The new edition of the Birmingham Post is out now and highlights this week include:
Mark Cowan looks at how crime detection could be affected by the closure of the Forensic Science Service;
The Birmingham man who switched a career at a car part firm to running a patisserie in the city centre;
The university which paid more than £250,000 to refurbish its vice-chancellor's home;
How Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens faces an uncertain future after its funding is cut;
The chairman of a Sutton Coldfield residents association removed after a coup by fellow members;
The University of Birmingham's Chris Game looks at the election battle hotting up over the AV referendum;
Iron Angle reflects on a bad time in court for Birmingham City Council;
Spotlight on independent Birmingham film-makers 104Films;
Lorne Jackson interviews Birmingham artist John Salt;
Jasbir Authi visits the restored James Watt workshop at the Science Museum in London;
Spotlight on the new single from Stately Home of England, which used local musicians and businesses throughout the production process;
We meet the man behind Futsal, the indoor football arenas springing up all over Europe;
Birmingham City's Craig Gardner on his reputation as a hot-shot;
... plus your seven-day TV guide and Post Property supplement.
The Birmingham Post is on sale now, priced £1.