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04:00, 8 SEP 2017
Birmingham Post golf day is a big success
The Birmingham Post held its Autumn Pairs golf tournament in association with LDV
Invest in Birmingham
100 new jobs created at Kings Heath care facility
Exemplar will launch 'Maypole Grove' in April to provide a residential care service for younger adults with acute physical and mental disabilities
Time for hard questions over how we treat each other post-Brexit
Niall Crowley, from Invoke Democracy Now, says the Brexit vote at least prompted people into debating politics
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.
Midland properties ready for a grand design
Here are a handful of properties that either already have planning permission to extend or there is plenty of scope for development.
Birmingham Post Business Awards
Why there is a real thirst for business in Birmingham
Director of Jerroms, Mark Eden, reveals passion for business in Birmingham ahead of BPBA 2016
Great things about living and working in glorious Kings Heath
Here we take a look at what makes Kings Heath a special suburb to live in.
Birmingham Post Power 250: Health
The ten people listed as the most influential in the West Midlands from the world of health
Your character building move into pub ownership
For anyone who has ever dreamed of running their own pub, there are a few great examples in the Birmingham area that are looking for landlords.
Petition calls for Birmingham council boundary changes plan to be binned
Growing discontent over ward proposals that strike at heart of old communities
What’s hot in Birmingham for 2016's househunters?
If you are looking to move to a cool pad in Birmingham in 2016 we point you in the direction of some desirable areas - some established, others up-and-coming.
Birmingham city centre
Plans for rail lines, cycleways and Metro extensions agreed by chiefs
Movement for Growth sets out plans to extending the Metro, a wider Sprint bus network and train lines in Castle Bromwich, Moseley and Kings Heath
New Birmingham ward boundaries could push Moseley Village out of Moseley
Proposed changes to the political landscape of Birmingham could "rip the heart' out of popular village as residents digest future of the city
Ex-cinema just one of the properties going under the CPBigwood hammer
A derelict old picture house is an eye-catching addition to CPBigwood's latest auction at Aston Villa FC
Hopes raised over city park vision for Birmingham Smithfield regeneration
CityPark4Brum is campaigning for Birmingham to create a green oasis in the heart of the city, pointing to New York’s Central Park as inspiration
Birmingham City Council
Council calls for right to prosecute bad drivers
Inconsiderate drivers performing illegal manoeuvres are leading to traffic mayhem, according to officials
Green energy group seeks investors for Moseley and Small Heath solar panel projects
Community Energy Birmingham to put solar panels on the Ackers Adventure and Moseley Exchange buildings
Refugee crisis - Birmingham councillor opens heart on family's persecution
Labour councillor Claire Spencer gave an emotional account of the difficulties Syrians will face coming to Birmingham and urged the city to make them feel at home
West Midland retailers set for major business rates relief
New rateable values will leave firms in certain parts of the region significantly better off - but there is more pain to come
Lots of potential to bag a real bargain at CPBigwood auction
House buyers have realised the attractions of buying at auction.
West Midland properties on the market with green and pleasant plots
Alison Jones plots a course to some properties currently up for sale which possess sublime gardens.
Cannon Hill Park
Green idylls of Second City get the thumbs-up
14 parks and spaces in Birmingham win praise as part of national Green Flag awards
Call for end to Birmingham schools' traffic carnage
Parent tells councillors it is dangerous taking her children to school owing to mass of traffic outside
University of Birmingham
Birmingham historian leading the fight to bury Waterloo hero after 200 years
A Birmingham historian is campaigning to place the remains of a Battle of Waterloo trooper back where they belong – in the ground.