The new Birmingham Post is out today and this week's highlights include:
David Cameron tells the Post's Jonathan Walker that the West Midlands will reap the rewards of spending cuts;
The battle to become Birmingham's first elected Mayor starts in earnest;
The return of the Morgan three-wheeler;
The Balsall Heath house named best zero carbon building in the UK by British architects;
The Birmingham brewery which has opened its own bar in the city;
A preview of this weekend's Good Food Show
The new pull-out Post Life is launched this week, with the main feature on Masterchef Michel Roux Jr,
Post Life also features:
An interview with actress Amy Lennox ahead of the Birmingham Rep's final production before it is closed for redevelopment;
A look at the new Royal Shakespeare Theatre, in Stratford-upon-Avon;
The sons of jazz legend Dave Brubeck on playing their father's music;
Interviews with 1980s pop legends Heaven 17 and Hollywood actor Colin Farrell;
An historical look at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre;
And we stay in the London hotel where Oscar Wilde was arrested.
The Birmingham Post goes on sale today, priced £1.