The new Birmingham Post is out now. Highlights in the current edition include:
The Digbeth regeneration scheme hit by the spending squeeze
The legal row brewing between the Custard Factory and one of its tenants
Paul Henry - Benny from Crossroads - talks about his new role playing comedian Tony Hancock
Richard McComb finds out if Purnell’s is still Birmingham’s top restaurant
Top architect slams new Library of Birmingham design
A day in the life at Birmingham's new super hospital
The brother of a Bloody Sunday victim speaks out over the devastation caused by the outrage.
Warwickshire CCC's chief executive explains why he thinks 40-overs is the perfect format for one-day domestic cricket.
Brian Dick talks to teenage British tennis hope Heather Watson as she prepares for her Wimbledon debut
Colin Tattum interviews Birmingham City goalkeeper Ben Foster.
The Birmingham Post is on sale at newsagents, priced £1.
* Next week's Birmingham Post is a Budget Special and goes on sale a day early on Wednesday, June 23.