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The BNP Paribas team which is competing in the 2015 Great Birmingham 10k Business Challenge

BNP Paribas raising money for Alzheimer's Society at Great Birmingham 10k

Property consultancy signs up to Business Challenge with one team member running events throughout 2015

Cameron calls for more well-paid jobs as average Midlands wage falls

David Cameron at Fujitsu in Solihull
According to figures from the Office for National Statistics wages in the metropolitan area decreased by 11.2 per cent between 2010 and 2014 after accounting for inflation

Tory right to buy idea condemned

Head of Bournville Village Trust joins condemning voices as Conservatives invoke Thatcher's 1980s policy by giving social housing tenants the right to buy

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The BNP Paribas team which is competing in the 2015 Great Birmingham 10k Business Challenge

BNP Paribas raising money for Alzheimer's Society at Great Birmingham 10k

Property consultancy signs up to Business Challenge with one team member running events throughout 2015

David Cameron at Fujitsu in Solihull

Cameron calls for more well-paid jobs as average Midlands wage falls

According to figures from the Office for National Statistics wages in the metropolitan area decreased by 11.2 per cent between 2010 and 2014 after accounting for inflation

Tory right to buy idea condemned

Head of Bournville Village Trust joins condemning voices as Conservatives invoke Thatcher's 1980s policy by giving social housing tenants the right to buy

Birmingham will play host to the Morrisons Great Birmingham 10k next month

Two music waves close in Great Birmingham 10k

Entries are still open for road race next month but 1980s and 90s-themed starts prove very popular with runners

Iain and Margaret Payne with Steve McCabe who are angry over the new energy saving lampposts replacing the heritage ones on Bournville Lane.

Low-cost lampposts cast shadow over Bournville

City to allow cheap replacements for heritage lamps, locals claim.

Ellen Eyre in 1900

From orphan to family fortunes with a little help

Birmingham author's gran climbed social ladder with the aid of Cadbury cousins

RIBA Love Architecture Festival - Hidden Spaces Exhibition hosted by Network Rail at New Street Station

A hidden trail in the busiest space

New Street showcase for architecture project which delves behind the scenes of some of the city's most important and interesting buildings

West Midlands Police

West Midland job hunters wait two months for criminal records check

More than 4,000 West Midlands job hunters have been waiting for more than 60 days for police to complete criminal record checks.

The Library of Birmingham, in Centenary Square.

Queues for the Library of Birmingham on last ever Sunday

The controversial decision to cut access times at the Library of Birmingham to save costs has provoked widespread outrage.

M6 Toll Road

Transport Minister: We'd look at opening up the M6 Toll

Government Transport Minister John Hayes said he'd listen to pleas to use the M6 Toll road to ease jams

Map of the 2015 Great Birmingham 10k Run course

Peopleline recruits strong team for Great Birmingham 10k

City centre recruitment firm's team includes former Walsall and Kidderminster Harriers player James Cronin

Birmingham Metropolitan College

Birmingham Metropolitan College axes up to 250 jobs

Funding cuts blamed as further education college reveals major cutbacks across the region

Map showing changes to city centre bus routes from May 10, 2015

'Stay away' from Paradise as transport chiefs warn of gridlock

Next phase of traffic works in £500m redevelopment to start in May with Paradise Circus island to be partially closed and several bus routes diverted

The Coffin Works building in the Jewellery Quarter - one of two winners of the 2014 Renaissance Award

Newman Brothers Coffin Works and School Yard win civic award

Birmingham Civic Society recognises brace of conservation projects in annual Renaissance Award

Watch: Labour council leader condemns "abhorrent" immigration leaflet by Labour shadow minister

The Labour leader of Birmingham Council attacked "abhorrent" leaflets by a Shadow Minister which warned immigrants must "earn the right to stay" by learning English and obeying British laws.

The M6 Toll could help ease congestion around Birmingham says the city's transport chief

Call for M6 Toll owner to drop charges for the summer

Birmingham's transport chief wants the paid-for road to become free for frieght until August to help ease the jams around the city

BBC Director-General Tony Hall

Director general vows to strengthen BBC Birmingham as more criticism over investment pours in

In a letter to the Post, Tony Hall said he was committed to making sure the West Midlands is “properly represented and reflected”

Bareface Media's account director PJ Ellis (checked shirt) with some of the agency's team doing the 2015 Great Birmingham 10k Business Challenge

Bareface Media supports LoveBrum in Great Birmingham 10k Business Challenge

Marketing agency signs up mixed team for 10k race next month and is aiming to raise £1,000 for city charity

Villa Park to host CEO Sleepout

City council boss Mark Rogers will join other senior business and community figures to spend the night outside at the home of Aston Villa

Birmingham Heartlands Hospital

Negligence claims cost West Midlands hospitals £45m

The Heart of England NHS Trust, which runs Heartlands, Good Hope and Solihull hospitals, had the biggest bill in the region – £13.9 million for 2013-14

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CGI of new residential facility in Longbridge for staff working at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine

St Modwen's plans for defence staff facility in Longbridge

Map showing changes to city centre bus routes from May 10, 2015

'Stay away' from Paradise as transport chiefs warn of gridlock

The Coffin Works building in the Jewellery Quarter - one of two winners of the 2014 Renaissance Award

Newman Brothers Coffin Works and School Yard win civic award

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