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12:33, 27 JUN 2017
Brum From Above: How well do you know Birmingham's landmarks?
Here's the second instalment of famous Birmingham buildings and sites
Picture quiz: Can you recognise these Birmingham landmarks from above?
See how many of these you recognise. The answers are in the final image.
Five Midland businesses make Lloyds Bank Enterprise Awards shortlist
Three categories open to entrepreneurs currently studying or who graduated within the past five years and have been trading for more than one year
£30m Eastside Locks student housing work starts
Alumno Developments is investing £30 million to deliver a canalside scheme at Eastside Locks
Nobody quite knows where driverless car will end up leading us
I wondered what might happen in a crash but to be fair the test car isn’t intended for road use and is anyway limited to 25mph.
Boot camp for rising tech firms returns to Midlands
2014 programme will see ten teams from across the world come to the region to develop their startup idea.
Longbridge's £1 billion rejuvenation could take another 20 years, admits developer
Development of 468-acre site complex, which once housed the UK’s most famous car plant, is nearing its halfway aim of creating 10,000 jobs across high-technology, retail and leisure
Nuclear physicist wages war on hackers
West Midlands businesses are being blackmailed by gangs of organised cyber criminals who are charging monthly fees for them to access their own databases.
City looks to pinch high tech jobs from London
Marketing Birmingham is targeting more high tech jobs in the capital to move to the city after recent successes with the likes of Asos and Deutsche Bank
Midland luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin comes second in Britain's coolest brand list
Luxury manufacturer beaten by tech giant Apple according to annual survey
What happens when the digital network shuts down?
The average amount of data every human currently sends is six gigabytes. By 2017 it is thought that this figure will have at least trebled.
Boss is always there with ‘Big Brother’ app
Solihull firm launches app which can follow employees' every move
Birmingham Town Hall
Andris Nelsons on his dual challenge of Birmingham and Boston orchestras
CBSO artistic director Andris Nelsons has taken up a new position in the US.
How the Dam Busters mission became a British wartime legend
Dr Peter Gray from the University of Birmingham looks at the myths surrounding the Dam Busters mission.
Accelerator programme opens in Birmingham
The window for applications for the third series of tech accelerator programme Oxygen Accelerator has now opened.
Alexandra Theatre Birmingham
Before Google, before the internet, there was the Birmingham Post Year Book
When Google failed to supply an answer about one of the city’s late great politicians, Jon Griffin reached for a trusty old friend, the Birmingham Post Year Book.
Birmingham 'risks becoming another Detroit'
Birmingham must embrace the spirit of entrepreneurialism the city was built upon or face “Detroitification,” the founder of the Custard Factory has warned.
Birmingham's big chance to show what it can do
Bennie Gray, entrepreneur champion and founder of the organisation which runs the Custard Factory in Birmingham, outlines his manifesto for saving the city's economy.
All the news and views become a searchable piece of history
As we all know, today's newspaper is tomorrow's fish and chip wrapping.