We've carved beneath the city an invisible network of service tunnels, subways, crypts, catacombs, bomb shelters, cellars, mine shafts, railway lines and roads, writes Ben Waddington
The Macdonald Burlington in New Street has developed a unique cottage industry pumping water up from an underground well dating back to the hotel’s origins in 1873.
Failure to develop Midlands base after Pebble Mill closure 'a scandal'
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Judges say Katie Kershaw from Node Urban Design truly embodied what they were looking for and will inspire Birmingham's young professionals
Pre-dinner drinks are being held at the ICC tonight ahead of the 15th BYPY to celebrate Birmingham's business stars
New Culture Secretary appointed as pressure rises on state broadcaster to invest as much in the Midlands as other UK regions
Post investigation reveals the city is overlooked in recruitment as most roles are filled in London or Salford despite pledge to devolve spending to the regions
VIPS and businesses turned out in force last week to officially celebrate the opening of Birmingham's newest restaurant, Gas Street Social at the Mailbox.
The Harvey Nichols opening will be followed by a number of new store launches at the shopping centre over the summer period
The number of store openings in the region fell in 2014 to 371 – 100 fewer than the year before
Commissioning in the Midlands is vital to overcoming a significant shortfall in BBC investment in the Midlands compared to other UK regions, according to Birmingham MP Gisela Stuart
Tony Hall will receive letter from Birmingham Post demanding a fair deal from corporation over its spending in the Midlands
Selly Oak MP Steve McCabe has called for a parliamentary debate after it emerged less than nine per cent of BBC licence fee money raised in the Midlands was spent here
Senior industry figures say the television production sector in Birmingham has been crushed with BBC investment largely focused on all regions but the Midlands
MPs, civic and business leaders join Birmingham Post's call for broadcaster to stop ignoring the Midlands with investment rising in all UK regions but here
Carlo Distefano is the business brains behind the flourishing San Carlo stable of upmarket Italian diners, which has mushroomed to employ more than 1,000 people across the globe
Project will see 71 apartments built in a building which 'floats' and join neighbours The Cube and The Mailbox
Engineer Tony Pilgrim, who has died aged 91, was pivotal in the birth of the iconic studios in Edgbaston and was latterly an outspoken critic of corporation's move to the The Mailbox
Peter Salmon, who leads BBC England at MediaCity UK in Salford, spoke out after a storm of criticism questioning the corporation’s commitment to Birmingham