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09:24, 3 DEC 2014
Old ATV presenter eyes spring launch of local station
City could finally see see its own local TV station in action in three months spearheaded by the former face of ATV
Video: Wallace and Gromit creator designs Bullring's 2014 Christmas advert
Aardman Animations builds 13ft mechanical model to showvase shopping centre's different range of retailers
Esther Rantzen 'in running' for Birmingham TV licence
Legendary TV broadcaster linked with local TV station ahead of November deadline
Botanical Gardens Birmingham
Fern Britton guests at latest Journalists’ Charity bash
The former host of ITV’s This Morning will be talking about her life on Thursday October 16 at the Botanical Gardens
Plough half of Premier League clubs' TV cash into youth football, MP urges
It is the right time for the Government to impose a 50% levy on the country's richest clubs, Labour’s Roger Godsiff argues
Custard Factory owner Lucan Gray on the future for Digbeth and Birmingham
Digbeth is home to the largest cluster of creative and digital businesses outside London, with 400 businesses employing 2,000 people in the creative and digital sectors
Pictures: Custard Factory-based Yamination Studios plays key role in national TV ad for Cravendale
The Yamination team, based at The Custard Factory in Digbeth, built the set for 'Barry the biscuit boy' in just three weeks
John Hegley: My musings on poetry, books - ands spuds
Acclaimed poet is one of the star attractions at this year’s Wenlock Poetry Festival. Graham Young reports
Birmingham's favourite stores and staff unveiled in retail awards
The Retail Birmingham Awards 2014, backed by the Birmingham Post, recognised retailers and individuals for excellence in customer service, team work, emerging talent and leading in industry standards
Jewellery Quarter-based IE Design nominated for international awards
Jewellery Quarter-based IE Design Consultancy has been nominated three times across two categories for prestigious international awards.
Five street food vendors join forces
The latest food news from the West Midlands.
A class in class as Solihull pupils get a lesson in etiquette from the master
Manners guru offers insight into those little things which could save blushes at those all-important works dinner parties in years to come
Birmingham City Council
Dozens express interest in cut-price Alpha Tower
CBRE has been instructed to sell the 200,000 sq ft office for £10.25 million – significantly below the £42.5 million Catalyst’s European Property Fund paid Arena Central Developments for it in 2008
Alpha Tower up for sale: Pictures of a landmark under construction
Alpha Tower was constructed at a time of rapid change in Birmingham city centre with the Paradise Forum development housing the John Madin-designed Central Library being built at the same time
Birmingham City Centre
Birmingham's Alpha Tower on sale for quarter of 2008 price
Arena Central building on the market for £10.25m - having had a £42.5m price tag five years ago.
Birmingham Post Business Awards
Birmingham Post Business Awards host Natasha Kaplinsky on her TV career
Natasha Kaplinsky tells the Post how she worked her way up to become one of the most recognisable faces on TV
Birmingham City Council
Birmingham sitcom star Jo Enright goes back to her past for new show
Actress Jo Enright talks about how real-life work experience has helped prepare her for a role in new sitcom The Job Lot.
Richard McComb: Ziggy played guitar and the blands played on
You've got to be chuffed for David Bowie. But is it right that a 66-year-old man should be at the top of the hit parade in 2013?
Stage legend Jacobi boasts: I bedded James Bond years ago!
It’s 50 years since the young Derek Jacobi was plucked from Birmingham Rep by theatre old boy Sir Laurence Olivier.
Film and theatre: Sir Derek Jacobi reflects on his extraordinary career - which began in Birmingham.
An only child of working class parents, Sir Derek Jacobi was just 10 years old when he sat down to write a letter that wasn’t to change his life.
Brockencote Hall is a different world on our doorstep
A leading Midland hotel's refurbishment has been money well spent, reports Adrian Caffery.
MG hoping for sales boost after entering British Touring Car Championship
MG Motors UK faces a race against time if it is to realistically compete for honours in this year’s British Touring Car Championships.
Broad Street Birmingham
From MC Hammer trousers to London Fashion Week for Halesowen designer Tamara Joseph
Zoe Chamberlain meets a Midland designer who has held her first show at London Fashion Week
British National Party
A vote of confidence at the election
Chris Game sets out the case for a move towards proportional representation.