This week's Birmingham Post is on sale today and, with all its magazines and supplements, contains a whopping 252 pages in total.
*Birmingham Airport's long wait for a runway extension could soon be over.
*Business groups warn LEPs could be too small to succeed.
*Time running out to complete Snowhill scheme
*Economist dismisses interest rate hike fears
*The cuts that will change the city council forever
*Birmingham prepares for ‘Popemania’
*Moseley church wins solar panel appeal
*Why baby yoga is all the rage
*Dom Joly on his weird and wonderful travels
*Warwickshire prepare for the CB40 final at Lord's
*Villa's new boss Gerard Houllier declares: “I’m fit and raring to go”
The Legal 500 supplement, the PR & Marketing Handbook, Business Property Review, Post Property and The Birmingham Chamber Awards.
The Birmingham Post is available from newsagents, priced £1.