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Former Barclays branch in Moseley

Controversial Costa Coffee in Moseley gets green light

Plans for the chain to open at an old bank in Moseley resulted in a dramatic response on social media

The Royal family

City MP slams £330m cost of 'royal tourist attraction'

Money spent on The Queen and the Royal family 'should go to struggling people'

General business

Business in the Community is good for business

The approach adopted by BitC takes corporate social responsibility to the next level, with a simple desire to tackle a range of issues by mobilising businesses to help leverage their skills to deliver real results for others.

Keith Marsden, landlord of the Prince of Wales, Moseley

Birmingham pubs raise glass to new law that could bring down price of a pint

Pubs Code given final approval in Parliament, giving thousands of community pubs more power to buy beer without restrictions

General business

Prince Charles re-enters the planning debate

Planning is about building quality places for us all. I remain concerned that the present planning agenda is neglecting issues of affordability, environmental and social justice and we urgently need to have planning principles that are inclusive and egalitarian.

Queen opens Jaguar Land Rover's new i54 engine plant

Her Majesty's visit comes at difficult time for the company as it continues negotiations with trade unions over pay dispute

The area in front of the Big Peg as it looks today as the Golden Square project continues

Jewellery Quarter Information Point to be rebuilt in Sutton Coldfield

Pavilion taken down as part of Golden Square project to be given a new lease of life in north Birmingham town

Nathaniel Parker as Henry VIII in the Royal Shakespeare Company production of Bring Up The Bodies

New season at Royal Shakespeare Company marks 400th anniversary of Bard's death

Esteemed director Sir Trevor Nunn returns for major year at the theatre

Victoria Carpets in Kidderminster

Victoria Carpets returns to black under new management

Victoria Carpets in Kidderminster saw posted a pre-tax profit of £2.3 million, up from a loss of £3.3 million in 2013

Dr Chris Upton

Chris Upton: Great War commemoration was a week to remember

Great War commemoration and the Commonwealth Games have kept all regal hands to the pump.

Many quirky artefacts are on display in Famous Beyond Words, the new exhibition at Shakespeare's Birthplace, in Stratford

The worldwide view of William Shakespeare

The team behind The V&A’s hugely successful David Bowie Is exhibition has helped to design and build a new exhibition celebrating Shakespeare

The Duke of Cambridge

Prince William to visit Library of Birmingham

William will also visit homelessness charity St Basils' Carole Gething House in Small Heath, to meet staff and young residents and learn how it is working with Centrepoint, of which he is Patron, on the End Youth Homelessness Alliance.

The Queen

A Royal nod to tradition and heritage

The Coronation Festival may not have been everybody’s cup of tea, but it struck an impressively resonant chord for anyone who favours stabilty over volatility, or tradition and heritage over change for change’s sake.

The Mini was marketed as a fun car which would appeal to both sexes

Adopted Brummie Leonard Lord and how he gave the world the Mini

A new book is aiming to lift the lid on Leonard Lord, the man who ran Longbridge in the wake of Herbert Austin, but who remains an unsung hero of 20th century industry.

Angelina Jolie

Christopher Bucktin: Angelina challenges the old Hollywood clichés

Christopher Bucktin on Jolie, Cameron - and why Prince Harry might be a new American idol...

Memorial made of shell casings in Camp Bastion, Afghanistan. By Sergeant Russ Nolan RLC

Call to bring Camp Bastion memorial to the Midlands

A memorial to British soldiers killed in Afghanistan could be dismantled in Camp Bastion and rebuilt at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.

Queen Elizabeth II accompanied by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall

Queen's Speech: "A blueprint for those who want to work hard"

A crackdown on immigration and measures to boost the economy were at the heart of the Queens Speech as the Government set out its legislative programme for the next 12 months.

Stuart Tayles with the Princess Elizabeth at The Tyseley Locomotive Works

Princess Elizabeth steam train gets overhaul at Tyseley Locomotive Works

The Princess Elizabeth locomotive is undergoing a major overhaul in a Birmingham workshop, in desperate need of funds to help return it to the railways.

Birmingham Post Business Awards

Birmingham Post Business Awards 2012 - The Winners

Category winners at the 2012 Birmingham Post Business Awards, plus photo gallery.

Bonnie St Andrews

Adrian Caffery travels to Prince William's old haunt and finds that it is worthy of its royal pedigree


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