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Midland Metro tram being tested near New Street Station

We want West Midlands firms to work on our tram lines say Midlands Metro bosses

The Midlands Metro Alliance, working on a series of tram line extensions, wants 80 per cent of suppliers to be based in West Midlands

7 more reasons why the Birmingham Post Business Awards are the biggest event in this calendar

Here are seven more amazing reasons why BPBA is so important to business in Birmingham

New future revealed for Curzon Street landmark

Famous entrance to old station will be visitor centre and education hub under new plans unveiled by HS2

Liz Peace who is the new chair of The Curzon Urban Regeneration Company

HS2 regen chief quits to take up new role in London

Woman charged maximising development around Birmingham's new HS2 station in Eastside has been appointed to similar post in the capital

'Sculptor in sound' wins £2m Birmingham Big Art Project

Turner Prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz lands prize to build new piece of public art which will sit in Eastside City Park

Fundraising consultant Caroline Taylor with Glyn Pitchford, chairman of the Birmingham Big Art Project

Fundraising boost for Birmingham Big Art Project

Consultant joins team to help raise capital to support new piece of public art in Eastside

Birmingham-based urban planning agency Node collects the award for best practice at the 2017 Urban Design Awards

Eastside masterplan earns Node a national award

Long-term vision to transform Birmingham's Eastside and bring former Typhoo Tea factory back to life handed national recognition

MIPIM 2017: How Birmingham, Solihull and the Black Country plan to impress at the international property show

MIPIM 2017 could see millions of pounds of investment flood into Birmingham, Solihull and the Black Country

MIPIM 2017: How HS2 will make Greater Birmingham THE place to lead UK growth

With Royal Assent for HS2 Phase One now granted, the region is gearing up to maximise the benefits, according to Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP Board Member Simon Marks

Bulldozers can't destroy city's globetrotting spirit

After the loss of the Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire has used the opportunity to take its world flavours across the city.

Aston Martin unveiled its new DB11 during March

Review of 2016 - March: £13m office facelift, new Aston Martin and major Eastside regeneration

A major masterplan to bring new commercial and civic space to Birmingham's Eastside was unveiled this month while sports car brand Aston Martin showcased its latest new DB model

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BPBA 2016 FULL shortlist revealed

See who has made the short list for this year's business awards

Birmingham City University on Curzon Street

A tutorial on the best student digs in Birmingham

Where are the best places for students in the city? We take a look at the key areas for those who are heading to Brum this September.

Eastside City Park will house a major piece of public art

London Midland sponsors Birmingham Big Art Project

Rail operator supports major project to create piece of landmark art for Eastside City Park

BCU staff will occupy the newly named Joseph Priestley Building from September

Birmingham City University names new home after Joseph Priestley

Renowned educational reformist is immortalised in office complex as first phase of Eastside Locks regeneration is handed over

Perrott's Folly will feature among the latest Hidden Spaces series of events

Hidden Spaces returns for glimpse into Birmingham's architectural heritage

Month-long series of events will take visitors behind the doors of Moseley Road Baths and Perrott's Folly among others

Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla, CBSO music director.

Dates set for Mirga to pick up the baton in Birmingham

Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla tells Christopher Morley why she plans to concentrate solely on her ‘dream’ job with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Digbeth Dining Club

What is it like to live in the up-and-coming area of Digbeth?

Once the industrial heart of Birmingham, Digbeth is now considered to be one of the main creative centres in the city.

Birmingham Post Power 250: Education

The ten people listed as the most influential in the West Midlands from the world of education

Neil Edginton at the School Yard development in Harborne

Birmingham Post Power 250: Property

The ten people listed as the most influential in the West Midlands from the world of property

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