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Raj Rana, founder of Itihaas Restaurant

Itihaas creates own craft beer with Lion Heart brewery

Raj Rana, managing director of Itihaas Group, joined forces with the Lion Heart brewery in Coventry, and the partnership has resulted in Sambha IPA

Pershore Weir Hydro Station wins Institution of Civil Engineers award

Pershore Weir Hydro Station was named overall winner at the 2015 ICE West Midlands Awards
Green energy plant in Worcestershire crowned region's best while Birmingham Airport runway extension and the restoration of Waterstones also win awards

AC/DC's Brian Johnson pays television tribute to MG

Brian Johnson with an MG TC
The singer and self-confessed car fanatic made his television presenting debut with Quest TV’s Cars That Rock and the success of the show has seen him return for a second series

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Raj Rana, founder of Itihaas Restaurant

Itihaas creates own craft beer with Lion Heart brewery

Raj Rana, managing director of Itihaas Group, joined forces with the Lion Heart brewery in Coventry, and the partnership has resulted in Sambha IPA

Pershore Weir Hydro Station was named overall winner at the 2015 ICE West Midlands Awards

Pershore Weir Hydro Station wins Institution of Civil Engineers award

Green energy plant in Worcestershire crowned region's best while Birmingham Airport runway extension and the restoration of Waterstones also win awards

Brian Johnson with an MG TC

AC/DC's Brian Johnson pays television tribute to MG

The singer and self-confessed car fanatic made his television presenting debut with Quest TV’s Cars That Rock and the success of the show has seen him return for a second series

Laurence Cadbury in his car 'The Beetle' which he took with him to Belgium and Northern France whilst serving with the Quaker-founded Friends Ambulance Unit during the First World War.

New book reveals how son of George Cadbury grew the chocolate empire

A book has revealed new insights and never before seen images of Laurence Cadbury, the son of philanthropist George Cadbury, founder of the Bournville Village Trust.

Mark Wilson, Aston Martin

Aston Martin appoints chief financial officer

Mr Wilson, who takes up his new role in June, will report directly to Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer and be part of the Gaydon-based firm’s executive board

One of the lots at the biggest Bonhams sale to date at Aston Martin Works

Bonhams' annual Aston Martin Sale is a record-breaker

The yearly auction takes place at Aston Martin Works in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, the historic home of the car-maker

A 1970 Jensen Interceptor car parked outside 'The Interceptor' pub in West Bromwich which has been named after it

West Bromwich pub honours heritage of Jensen Interceptor

‘The Interceptor’, located in the New Square shopping centre, is part of Greene King’s Hungry Horse pub chain and has created around 40 jobs.

One of the DeLorean gold cars

Former DeLorean director helps organise first ever reunion for car-maker

The original DeLorean Motor Company (DMC) was formed by automobile industry executive John DeLorean in 1975

Aston Martin has secured £200m in funding to support development of new cars including the DBX

Aston Martin to realise DBX concept with £200m funding round

Luxury sports car manufacturer secures support from major shareholders to drive forward new car development

Range Rover Evoque - the Prime Minister has vowed to stamp down on copycats after a key case involving JLR

Cameron: Chinese rip-offs are top of my list if elected

Far Eastern copycat of Range Rover's Evoque is 'just not acceptable' says PM during visit to Longbridge

Radio 4 presenter John Humphrys has come under fire for comments he made about manufacturing on the Today show

BBC broadcast branded 'ill-informed' for Birmingham manufacturing comments

Remarks by Radio 4 presenter John Humphrys on Today show cause backlash after he said manufacturing was moving in wrong direction

Jeremy Hicks, Jaguar Land Rover UK managing director

200,000 families reaping the benefits of Jaguar Land Rover's success

The Midland car-maker’s growth - which shows no sign of slowing - has seen its workforce doubled since 2008 and thousands of further jobs created in the UK supply chain

John Faulkner and Anna Stevenson from Millennium Manufacturing Group

Jobs saved as JJ Engineering rescued from administration

Almost 40 posts have been preserved after deal with Black Country-based Millennium Assemblies which now pledges to grown business

Jaguar's director of design, Ian Callum

Jaguar's Ian Callum lands top design accolade

The judges declared Jaguar’s director of design this year’s most influential UK designer finishing ahead of Waitrose’s Maggie Hodgetts and Burberry’s Christopher Bailey

Hill & Smith to acquire rival group in £10m deal

Solihull manufacturing group hopes to expand UK coverage with deal to buy Shropshire-based W Corbett & Co

John Sheppard, who has died at the age of 93, helped design the Mini

Tributes as last member of iconic Mini's design team dies

John Sheppard was key member of group who created car

Jaguar XJ

Hundreds of Jaguar agency workers face axe

Cull at Castle Bromwich factory affecting lines producing XF and XJ models despite £320m investment in new aluminium body shop

Jaguar Land Rover was among 12 winners from the West Midlands of a Queen's Award for Enterprise

Twelve West Midlands companies win Queen's Award for Enterprise

Jaguar Land Rover and Midcounties Co-op among the successful dozen which have been recognised for the innovation, sustainability and international trade

LandWind X7

Jaguar Land Rover may have to live with Evoque 'copycat'

The Midland car-maker had pledged to take legal action against Chinese car-maker LandWind over its proposed X7 model, which Land Rover bosses said bears a striking resemblance to the Range Rover Evoque

CGI of the planned HS2 rail line updated

SNP vows to start HS2 in Scotland, not Birmingham

Scottish nationalists say they plan to use post-Election power for a radical shake-up of high-speed rail plans for the UK

Videos & Photos

A blended image showing Birmingham Law Courts in 1900 and 2012

More blended images showing how Birmingham has changed from days gone by

Birmingham Pride 2015 boosts city economy despite subsidy cut

CGI of the Left Bank development looking up Oozells Way towards Broad Street

Calls to reject Broad Street hotel and apartment project

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