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A new coffee 'pod' is opening today in an old phone box in Eden Place

Old BT phone box in Birmingham opens as coffee 'pod'

New lease of life starts today for one of four disused red phone booths off Colmore Row

Artist's vision of Pluto proves out of this world

Images of Pluto as painted by Birmingham artist David A. Hardy in 1990 - predicting how the New Horizons probe mission would find the body
Birmingham-based artist David A Hardy has described his delight at the incredible pictures beamed back from Pluto which bear a remarkable resemblance to his own predictions created 25 years ago.

Former Birmingham home of Eddie's rock club to be reborn as apartments

Former home of Eddie's rock club in Gough Street could been reborn as apartments
New plans brought forward to regenerate run-down site close to The Mailbox as 73 apartments as boom in city centre living continues

Aston Martin DB10 glimpsed in Spectre James Bond trailer

Aston Martin DB10 at the launch of the new James Bond film 'Spectre' at Pinewood Studios
The official trailer for the film, which can be viewed below, has now been released and it features glimpses of the Aston Martin DB10 created specially for the film

Former Post & Mail project approved despite 'Marmite' claim

CGI of redevelopment plans for former Birmingham Post & Mail building showing view from Whittall Street
Councillor says 14-storey building is likely to divide opinion in the city as green light given to build offices and 115 flats
A new coffee 'pod' is opening today in an old phone box in Eden Place

Old BT phone box in Birmingham opens as coffee 'pod'

New lease of life starts today for one of four disused red phone booths off Colmore Row

Arthur Price eyes Far East with new orders in China

Simon Price, CEO of cutlery firm Arthur Price
Luxury cutlery firm is tapping into fascination with British manufacturing by branching out into Chinese markets

Le Bistrot Pierre eyes Gas Street for first Birmingham restaurant

Le Bistrot Pierre is hoping to opens its first Birmingham restaurant in Gas Street
French group brings forward new plans to open venue in the listed former headquarters of the Worcester and Birmingham Canal Company

When Birmingham went all out for Olympic glory

Birmingham’s audacious - and ultimately doomed - attempt to host the 1992 Summer Olympics has mostly faded from memory - but it is 30 years since it was announced in 1985.

Tributes to Midland skate maker who got Europe rolling

Derek John Morris
Derek Morris, the man behind Solihull-based Morris Vulcan Ltd and MV Sports and Leisure, helped transform the UK’s toy industry over several decades.

Staffordshire Hoard shortlisted for national award

Terry Herbert from Burntwood, Staffordshire, with some of the Anglo-Saxon hoard he found
Historic haul of ancient artefacts has been shortlisted in the Icon Conservation Awards
Peugeot 208 BlueHDi 75

New car road test: Peugeot 208 BlueHDi 75

Jonathan Crouch from caranddriving.com looks at the Peugeot 208 BlueHDi 75

Frankfurt Motor Show: 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupé first drive

Merc’s strong new entry in the premium-brand mid-size coupé will take on the likes of the Audi A5 and the BMW 4 Series.

I Love My Car: Mercedes E250 Sport Edition 125 Coupe

I Love My Car, a weekly feature where you tell us about your motor, featuring a a retired textile sales executive from Lancashire.
Grade II listed Steppe Farm in Worcester Road, Harvington, dates back to the 15th century and has only changed hands five times.

15th century Steppe Farm is a labour of love

This 15th century home is a keeper, as it has only changed hands five times

Former church transformed into stunning property

Chapel Haven was once a Methodist Church on Narrow Lane in the village of Lowsonford in Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire.
Look through the arched window to see a stunning transformation at this former church in Lowsonford

Stylish £1m glass house in Solihull has the wow factor

Well Meadow in Bates Lane, Tanworth-in-Arden, has been designed by architect Graham Sharp.
Appearances are deceptive, as there is a lot more to this 'bungalow' than meets the eye

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Grade II listed Steppe Farm in Worcester Road, Harvington, dates back to the 15th century and has only changed hands five times.

15th century Steppe Farm is a labour of love

A new coffee 'pod' is opening today in an old phone box in Eden Place

Old BT phone box in Birmingham opens as coffee 'pod'

Chapel Haven was once a Methodist Church on Narrow Lane in the village of Lowsonford in Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire.

Former church transformed into stunning property

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