The Birmingham Post's popular Hidden Spaces supplement and two of its reporters have been nominated for the Midland Media Awards.
The pullout, which delved behind the scenes of the city's most interesting yet forgotten buildings, has been shortlisted in the supplement of the year category at the 2015 awards which are run by the Birmingham Press Club.
It will be up against supplements by the Shropshire Star, Ashbourne News Telegraph and Leicester Mercury among others.
Reporter Enda Mullen has been shortlisted in both the business journalist and feature writer categories while local government correspondent Neil Elkes has been nominated for his columns analysing the goings on at Birmingham City Council and other local authorities in the region.
Post head of business Graeme Brown said the nominations were reward for a year of progress.
He said: "It is great that Neil and Enda have been shortlisted for awards. Both have played a major part in growing our audience over the past year.
"We've seen a major surge in readers of our website, iPad app and mobile sites and it is down to up-to-the-minute reporting and incisive comment.
"It's also pleasing to see Hidden Spaces recognised. It returned for a second successful year and has become something of a Birmingham institution."
The award ceremony takes place on September 10 at Villa Park.
Pictures: One of the Post's many Hidden Spaces galleries