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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.
Broad Street Birmingham
Review of 2017 - December: Council tax rise, Commonwealth Games and 42-storey apartment tower
Our Review of the Year ends with the news in December that council tax in Birmingham was set to add £70 to the average family bill and track cycling at the 2022 Commonwealth Games would be taking place in London
Review of 2017 - January: Commonwealth Games, green belt housing and Colmore Row makeover
Our Review of the Year for 2017 kicks off with the news London Olympics bosses were recruited to help Birmingham secure the Commonwealth Games and Sutton residents were battling developers
Moseley restaurant to close 17 months after opening
Italian chain Prezzo due to move out in early 2018 and be replaced by a 'Lounge' bar
Birmingham Botanical Gardens' Seasonal Style Event returned
Birmingham Botanical Gardens' Seasonal Style Event returned with a sensational line-up of fashion and beauty must-haves
Birmingham Town Hall
Celebrating Birmingham composer's 90th birthday
Pianist Duncan Honeybourne tells Christopher Morley about his admiration for Mosley-based John Joubert, both as a great composer and as a great friend
Sightings of waxwings appearing around the West Midlands
Waxwings are unmistakable, being short-legged, plump birds about the size of a starling.
Review of 2016 - April: Arts centre closing, indie restaurateurs hit out and new funding for Moseley Road Baths
Independent restaurant owners hit out in April at the perceived favouritism by landlords for chains while the end drew nearer for a city arts centre
Birmingham Metropolitan College
Review of 2016 - January: UCB expansion, new Villa chairman and Cadbury tax
Our Review of the Year kicks off with the news that University College Birmingham was planning a major expansion of its campus in the Jewellery Quarter and a prominent businessman joined the Villa board
Soprano superstar jumped at the chance to support Julian Lloyd Webber's work
Soprano Danielle de Niese is sought after around the world, but the star is heading to Birmingham Conservatoire for an intimate recital.
Innovative Sixties home with far-reaching views
Fancy getting your hands on a piece of award-winning architecture in a leafy suburb of Birmingham?
Composer John Joubert to finally see his opera Jane Eyre performed
As composer John Joubert approaches his 90th birthday, he’s delighted at the prospect of hearing his labour-of-love opera performed.
Birmingham's conservation areas only work if residents are on side
Architect Joe Holyoak assess if and how the city's historic conservation areas can be protected and preserved for future generations
How Lionel Ritchie, McBusted and Take That helped create hundreds of Midland jobs
The region enjoyed a major jobs boost last year after music tourists spent a total of £271 million in the region
Bijou bolthole in bohemian Moseley could be yours
It's a delightful one-bedroom retreat, tucked between two Victorian houses in Moseley. And it could be yours.
Hidden Spaces returns for glimpse into Birmingham's architectural heritage
Month-long series of events will take visitors behind the doors of Moseley Road Baths and Perrott's Folly among others
The independent spirit of trendy 'village' Moseley
With its indie spirit and cosmopolitan character, the Birmingham suburb of Moseley is known for its village feel and trendy vibe
Great things about living and working in glorious Kings Heath
Here we take a look at what makes Kings Heath a special suburb to live in.
Even tennis club thinks Boundary Commission has crossed the line
Thousands show that, far from being apathetic about local issues, community identity really matters to them
Tributes paid after death of Bert Hackett - better known as Birmingham Post cartoonist Gemini
Mr Hackett, who lived in Moseley almost all his life, inspired a special exhibition at the mac Birmingham through his work
Macmillan Cancer Support
Birmingham Post Power 250: Third Sector
The ten people listed as the most influential in the West Midlands from the third sector
Victorian 10-bed in Moseley gives you all manor of options
There are some choices to be made with this impressive Moseley house.
Turn your hopes of owning a property abroad into reality
How easily could you turn hopes of owning a property abroad into real life?
Moseley home has a bedroom for every day of the week
This Victorian detached house in Moseley could be perfect for big parties of people