As composer John Joubert approaches his 90th birthday, he’s delighted at the prospect of hearing his labour-of-love opera performed.
University's new facility will feature almost 40 miles of shelving and will launch with an exhibition showcasing collections from the past 500 years
New science block criticised by Post readers is due to get green light as city council officers praise 'high standard of design'
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.
Dr Kurt Yang Liu from Birmingham Business School discusses the obvious appeal of English and European football clubs to Chinese investors
Body awards more than £400,000 to help museums across the West Midlands make the most of their collections
A report surfaced this week suggesting there is still much work to do for council bosses
Airline boss reveals why you should enter Birmingham Post Business Awards ahead of nomination deadline closing on Friday, July 29
Grand opening of city's first 50-metre pool and new sports arena has been put back to Christmas
This property in Chad Road is an elegant period semi-detached house, Grade II-listed with extensive accommodation arranged over three storeys, including five bedrooms.
Latest phase of £300m campus expansion will welcome 'Central Teaching Labs' aimed at bringing together its science, technology, engineering and maths facilities
Turkish Airlines' General Manager Selim Ozburk reveals passion for city ahead of sponsoring BPBA 2016
Groundworks and civil engineering contractor to design and build a new cycle path and install soft landscaping
Life sciences minister George Freeman predicted the sector would double in size in the region – creating thousands of skilled jobs
Second time in a week that regeneration of Birmingham's main station is crowned region's best as Institution of Civil Engineers praises 'wow factor'
Mike Lockley reports on the nightmare from history that returned for one final victim
Edgbaston institute says it wants to help companies team up with its 3,400 academics to bring new inventions to market
Find out who took home the category prizes and was named overall Birmingham Young Professional of the Year 2016 at last night's ceremony - in partnership with BYPY
Projects will involve examining the use of novel materials and methods for storage, efficient insulation materials and manufacturing processes
Local Government expert Chris Game, of the University of Birmingham, looks at the battle for seats in local elections in the West Midlands