Load mobile navigation
Leads & Deals
Invest in Birmingham
Latest Regional Affairs
Arts & Culture
Family & Kids
Film & TV
Food & Drink
Music & Nightlife
House and Home
Book an ad
Advertise with Us
How to Complain
Corrections and Clarifications
Terms and Conditions
© 2018 a Reach plc subsidiary
04:00, 4 AUG 2018
High fibre breakfast for Chamber of Commerce
Ultrafast fibre was the main item on the menu at a business breakfast briefing hosted by Openreach’s chief executive, Clive Selley, and Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.
Birmingham city centre
The city needs a green heart
The campaign for a new 21st Century park in the centre of Birmingham is gaining momentum.
West Midlands universities and industry join forces to secure Government grants for cutting edge research and development
New board set up by Mayor to attract investment in energy, driverless cars and life science research
MIPIM 2018: West Midlands to unveil £10 billion investment prospectus
Key development and regeneration sites across Birmingham and the West Midlands will be showcased to the world in new prospectus
MIPIM 2018: Event programme unveiled by Midlands UK
Midlands delegation has announced the themes and speakers for the events which will highlight investment opportunities in Birmingham and wider region
West Midlands Mayor guest speaker was at grant-giving charity's dinner
Heart of England Community Foundation trustee Sir Dominic Cadbury welcomed key figures from across the area to a dinner at Muirhead Tower, within the University of Birmingham campus.
Last chance saloon
A petition calling for Birmingham to create a major new park has achieved 5,000 signatures, and people are continuing to sign.
Comment: Councillors are right on GKN and Street's silence isn't good enough
Councillors Ward and O'Reilly and local MPs are right in stressing the strategic importance of GKN, says Professor David Bailey
Project to get more apprentices from BAME and disadvantaged communities
Birmingham one of five cities earmarked for the jobs boosting scheme
Clarke Willmott hosts a lunch with Paul Kehoe
Birmingham-based law firm Clarke Willmott LLP last week hosted a lunch for business professionals with keynote speaker Paul Kehoe
Time to get serious about bridging West Midlands skills gap
Expert panel debates how the region can improve its skills base and become the best in the country
THE BIG DEBATE | Securing the prosperity of the West Midlands: Where to from here?
Birmingham Post and Mail editor-in-chief Marc Reeves host a panel of key players including West Midlands Mayor Andy Street and Lloyds Banking Group Ambassador for the Midlands, Martin Dodd
Local authorities urged to think big for nature conservation in 2018
One of the key aspects of nature conservation in towns and cities is access to nature for all the people living there.
Review of 2017 - November: Paradise walkway reopens, £250m for Metro and museum funding drive
After being closed for two years, the walkway under the old Central Library building reopened in November while Theresa May announced £250 million worth of funding to improve transport in the West Midlands
Review of 2017 - October: City's MPs, abortion clinic protests and Boris Bikes for Birmingham
The political map of Birmingham is to be redrawn with the number of MPs dropping from ten to nine and city's health chief supports ban on protesters outside Edgbaston abortion clinic
Review of 2017 - August: Bin strike halted, new transport chief and council watchdog steps away
There was a fragile ceasefire in August as the bin strike which had gripped the city was halted and Mayor Andy Street recruited a new transport chief to oversee the stream of major projects planned over the next few years
Review of 2017 - July: Channel 4's move, Library of Birmingham on a stamp and investor sought for Smithfield
The campaign to bring Channel 4 to the West Midlands was officially launched in July and the Library of Birmingham featured in a new stamp collection
Review of 2017 - June: Hall Green stadium, council chief's pay off and HSBC's move to Birmingham
A historic Birmingham greyhound stadium was bid farewell after owners announced its closure date in June and a £500,000 pay off for the city council's former chief executive was branded ludicrous
Review of 2017 - May: New mayor elected, unexploded bomb and HS2 landmark revamp
There was a historic moment for West Midlands politics in May as Andy Street was appointed the region's first directly mayor and Birmingham was strangled for almost two days after an unexploded bomb was found
West Midlands Mayor opens new retirement village
Longbridge Retirement Village is on the site of the former Austin/Rover car factory where some of the residents used to work.
Big moment for £700m Paradise development as first office block topped out
PwC have agreed deal for entire One Chamberlain Square building
These Christmas offers in Digbeth are awesome
Andy Parker, from the Custard Factory in the city's Creative Quarter reveals the top Christmas offers on festive goods in Digbeth - and how you can save cash with this blog post
Birmingham Post Power 250 2017: How it works and sector breakdown
What criteria are used to build the Power 250 and how have the different sectors fared?
Birmingham Post Power 250 2017: Politics
Some of the key movers in the West Midlands' political sphere