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Michael Buble on stage in concert at the NIA in March

Michael Bublé to perform as NIA renamed the Barclaycard Arena

The Canadian superstar will officially open the venue on December 2 following its two-year £26 million refurbishment

Restaurant plans for former Midland Bank building

The former Midland Bank headquarters at 33 Bennetts Hill which could house a new restaurant or bar
Real Estate Investors lodges application to covert offices into restaurant or bar following £1.5m acquisition in April

Review: Panufnik Centenary Concert, CBSO at Symphony Hall

Birmingham Symphony Hall
Christopher Morley witnesses a celebration of the 100th birthday of Andrzej Panufnik, principal conductor of the CBSO between 1957 and 1959

The Birmingham murder most foul that left its stamp on history

Social reformer Sir Rowland Hill, who was born in Kidderminster
The Midland-born Victorian social reformer Sir Rowland Hill - inventor of the penny postage stamp - played a little known part in a macabre episode in Birmingham's history, writes keen historian Peter Douglas Osborn

Edgbaston launches its latest gastropub

The High Field gastropub is the latest venture to open in Edgbaston's developing hospitality hub.
The official launch of The High Field in Edgbaston on Thursday evening will see the first Birmingham venue from Midlands-based Peach Pub Company, which has ventures across Warwickshire and Oxfordshire.
The former Midland Bank headquarters at 33 Bennetts Hill which could house a new restaurant or bar

Restaurant plans for former Midland Bank building

Real Estate Investors lodges application to covert offices into restaurant or bar following £1.5m acquisition in April

Malvern Autumn Show returns for a celebration of food, gardening and nostalgia

Food, drink and giant vegetables take centre stage at this year's Malvern Autumn Show.
The Malvern Autumn Show returns this weekend, at the Three Counties Showground in Worcestershire, promising a celebration of food, gardening and nostalgia. Mary Griffin takes a look at what's in store

Reviews: How the region's Michelin-starred restaurants have fared with Post critics

Top chef Glynn Purnell is one of four in Birmingham city centre to hold a Michelin star
As Michelin unveiles its 2015 list of the nation's finest restaurants, here is a look back at what the Post has said about the establishments over the past few years
Social reformer Sir Rowland Hill, who was born in Kidderminster

The Birmingham murder most foul that left its stamp on history

The Midland-born Victorian social reformer Sir Rowland Hill - inventor of the penny postage stamp - played a little known part in a macabre episode in Birmingham's history, writes keen historian Peter Douglas Osborn

Thousands turned out to be in Lloyd George film

A still from the 10-part film on David Lloyd George showing the scene outside Birmingham Town Hall.
The riots which took place after Lloyd George's infamous speech in Birmingham in 1901 were recreated for the big screen. Chris Upton reports

The Worcester curate helping to build bridges with the sweet smell of home

Father Geoffrey Anketell Studdert Kennedy, also known as Woodbine Willie.
Worcester curate, Father Geoffrey Anketell Studdert Kennedy, who was honoured for his bravery in the First World War is remembered in an exhibition. Chris Upton reports
The Moratab Pazhan - an Iranian-built Land Rover

Not the end of the road for classic Land Rover

When Land Rover stops production of its iconic Defender in 2015, Iran will be one of the few places drivers can still buy a version of it in the shape of the Morattab Pazhan

New BMW MINI has got massive appeal

The MINI is now available as a five-door, five seater for the first time.
Edward Stephens discovers that size really is everything when he gets comfortable in the first five door MINI

Road Test: Rolls-Royce Wraith has grace and elegance with raw performance

Rolls-Royce Wraith the fastest most powerful Roller to date.
Rolls-Royce has come up with its fastest and most powerful car. Edward Stephens takes a test drive in the Rolls-Royce Wraith.
Jinlye in Church Stretton, Shropshire.

£1m Church Stretton property surrounded by Shropshire countryside

Jinlye in Church Stretton, Shropshire, is surrounded by 6,000 acres of National Trust land. Alison Jones reports

Converted Pershore properties are open to potential buyers in Worcestershire

Willow Bank in Pershore, Worcestershire.
An open event for these properties in Pershore, Worcestershire, will let potential purchasers drink in the lovely views, says Alison Jones

Grade II listed Staffordshire barn is filled with rustic charm

The Cruck Barn in Church Farm Mews, Church Road, Dosthill.
The ancient roof supports in this Grade II listed barn in Dosthill, Staffordshire, make a truly stunning feature, writes Alison Jones

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Michael Buble on stage in concert at the NIA in March

Michael Bublé to perform as NIA renamed the Barclaycard Arena

Jinlye in Church Stretton, Shropshire.

£1m Church Stretton property surrounded by Shropshire countryside

Willow Bank in Pershore, Worcestershire.

Converted Pershore properties are open to potential buyers in Worcestershire

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Business Reporter
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