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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 21, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'Barbaric' honour-killers will spend years in jail. 807
'Enormous relief' for Blair's aide. 137
'Patients confused in NHS emergencies'. 535
Adults lack willpower; PERSONAL FINANCE. 95
Airbus will not let politics hit plant sales; AVIATION. 473
Average home tops pounds 300,000 in London; PROPERTY. 561
Baseball: Bulldogs thrown a curveball by continuing soggy summer. 396
Baugur 'not after Debenhams' RETAIL. 252
Bears fans save innings at West Brom; PERSONAL FINANCE. 207
Big-money Newbury card washed away in deluge. 619
Black facing 30 years in prison; INTERNATIONAL. 693
Blue chips finish in the red; BRITAIN. 542
Businessman and Post columist Trevor Law. 302
By-elections boost for Gordon Brown. 123
Caterpillar crushes Stateside stocks; USA. 251
Cemex copes with US fall; CONSTRUCTION. 353
Child porn vicar resigns from post in five parishes. 255
Co-op Bank plans second centre in West Midlands; FINANCIAL SERVICES. 459
CompuGroup for iSoft; SOFTWARE. 194
Council steps in to keep Worcester Swan afloat. 512
Cowboy contractors damage homes; PERSONAL FINANCE. 171
Cricket: Australians facing New Road chop; Ten players are out of contract at Worcestershire in September. George Dobell assesses their chances of staying . . . 637
Cricket: Benkenstein lifts Durham; CHAMPIONSHIP FOCUS. 306
Cricket: Hectic day has game in balance; LORD'S: India trail England by 153 runs with six first-innings wickets remaining. 942
Cricket: New Road hit by second flood. 688
Cricket: Reality ends Riley's brief encounter; MINOR COUNTIES. 390
Cricket: Smethwick-Penn row ruling awaited; BIRMINGHAM MIDSHIRES BIRMINGHAM PREMIER LEAGUE. 460
Cricket: Tahir best as Bears tame all but van Jaarsveld on docile strip; LV COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP CANTERBURY (first day of four): Kent have scored 195 for four wickets. 463
Crowds brave rain to get final Potter book. 413
Cycling: Boonen leaves it late to snatch dramatic stage; CYCLING: TOUR DE FRANCE. 689
Cycling: Tour success is moving bike retailers up another gear; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 1017
DID YOU KNOW? 183
Doctor from Midlands remanded over car attacks. 343
Drink a rape factor; CRIME. 94
Drink-drive campaign targets young. 216
E&Y leave it until last over; JOHN BRIGHT CRICKET. 251
Economy growth fuels rate fears; ECONOMY. 533
Falls wipe out European gains; WORLDWIDE. 288
Farmers warn over price rises; FOOD. 143
First-tee woes prove god-like Tiger is human after all; ged scott's OPEN DIARY. 918
Football: Blues set to clinch pounds 6m Mido deal. 570
Football: Bulls' European idea for sports-loving Brummies; AMERICAN FOOTBALL Colin Stoner reports on the Midland derby offering an added edge and an added attraction. 702
Football: Giddings back fighting fit. 191
Football: Harriers happy to be patient for Christie to make comeback; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 439
Football: Irish home from home entices Elliott to join McCarthy clan. 650
Football: Milan showdown offers Cahill chance to savour tasty Italian treat. 630
Football: Pearce opens England door to Agbonlahor once more. 451
Football: Rickards left looking for new club after disappointing Reds. 518
Football: Rommedahl heads home as Young goes north. 364
Game of housey-housey as planners seek new sites. 666
GM pulls ahead of Toyota; AUTOMOTIVE. 179
Golf: Baker cut up after a nightmare. 519
Golf: Brum guru helps to iron out contender Westwood's flaws. 302
Golf: Garcia leading pack with Broadhurst still in touch; GOLF: THE 136th OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP. 648
Golf: Lee's late show puts out home hopefuls Lawrie and Monty. 363
Golf: More to come from Broady. 974
Great British summer. 730
Handlebars stuck in rider's leg; ACCIDENT. 188
Harman latest to admit drug use. 129
Heather will get pounds 70m from Sir Paul. 263
Horse Racing: Bowen buoyant for Summer. 771
Horse Racing: Cecil looking set for Ascot. 214
How the town of acting legend Sarah Siddons missed boat; POST COMMENT. 357
If you set your MIND to it... 1090
Inspirational Thomas's colossal tale of courage is a Tour de force; BOOK REVIEW Riding Through the Storm By Geoff Thomas Orion Books 4sportsbooks.co.uk price: pounds 10.40 saving pounds 6.10 on rrp. 585
Insurgents kill RAF trio in 'anorexic' mortar attack; INTERNATIONAL. 479
Israel releases prisoners to boost Abbas; INTERNATIONAL. 373
It's over for cricket this season. 180
Jasper is next up for Star treatment in Birmingham. 299
Jury retires in murder trial; INTERNATIONAL IRELAND. 194
Land supply and building 'won't hit prices'. 191
Langham witness recalled over evidence. 198
Letter: A quick half in the Hope and Anchor; TOWN HALL. 134
Letter: Committed to better traffic management; CONGESTION. 278
Letter: Essential infrastructure; NEW STREET. 169
Letter: Essential infrastructure; NEW STREET. 193
Letter: Positive and beneficial effect on the community; LOCAL LEAGUES. 367
Limitless bonus for C&W bosses; TELECOMS. 474
Lohan out of rehab and into police station; INTERNATIONAL. 208
Man charged over charred body killing. 262
Manchester to snatch cash for transport. 129
Midwives in pay action ballot; HEALTH. 171
Moor the merrier after national double. 300
More reports on machete OAP. 144
Motor Racing: Hamilton wins Alonso's vote. 753
Motor Racing: McLaren 'confident of being cleared'. 316
Motor Racing: Punters hit by Hamilton loss should keep faith; ODDS AND EVENS. 512
New HQ for estate agents' association; PROPERTY. 532
Nikkei rises on back of Wall St; JAPAN. 236
No charges over cash-for-honours. 539
No deadline set for North Korean nukes; INTERNATIONAL. 233
Nursing officer in Afghanistan wins military honour. 438
ON THIS DAY; July 21. 155
Plan to halt Darfur bloodshed; MEETING. 169
Poker: The game where the best man may win. 586
Popmaster on air; PHONE-INS. 108
pounds 50m credit card penalty; PERSONAL FINANCE. 193
Pub injuries no worse for laws. 176
Quiz of the Day. 157
Reflections. 285
Relieved Davies flying flag for Britain. 326
Retirement shortfall is looming large for UK adults; PERSONAL FINANCE. 384
Row over IRA killings ruling; INVESTIGATION. 189
Rugby Union: All Blacks look to the old guard. 459
Rugby Union: Bulldogs build firm foundations for bigger, brighter, future. 731
Russia threats may hit Midland firms; INTERNATIONAL TRADE. 524
Russia wants usual relations with UK; INTERNATIONAL. 208
Sales of used 4x4s rise in face of green lobby gloom; AUTOMOTIVE. 395
Scotland Yard defends 'meticulous' investigation. 242
Sexual disease on rise in region. 206
Ship blown up; SALVAGE. 110
So where will the mortgage rate rise spiral take us to? PERSONAL FINANCE. 1275
Soccer clubs should pay TV rights cash as tax, says MP. 555
Speedway: Brummies to fill gap with Dane Moller. 225
Starbucks link with Pepsi to expand; FOOD. 150
Surprise fall in US, but barrel cost near peak; OIL PRICES. 391
Taking Stock of the masterplan lessons learned helping Malawi; Having recently been shortlisted to become the city's first masterplanners, there is no doubt that architect Broadway Malyan is beginning to make a name for itself in Birmingham. Tom Fleming talks to director of architecture Steve Stock about email, masterplanning and Malawi. 1127
Tamworth keen to offer Lyttle big part in future. 371
Teenager was texting in car when she killed grandmother. 440
Temple bull slaughter appeal; COURT. 184
Tennis: Second City aiming to be first in Leamington; TABLE TENNIS. 506
Terra Firma on solid ground at EMI; MUSIC. 183
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Fair game? 158
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Whether or not our weather is a laughing matter. 354
Tories defend role; AID. 84
Trafficmaster finds its way; IT. 314
Two men held over 'terror find' in flat. 228
Two months' rain in a day in British monsoon. 717
Warning over new nuclear leak; INTERNATIONAL JAPAN. 168
WEB LIFE. 118
What will happen when the pub smoke clears? PERSONAL FINANCE. 924
Who can fill regeneration brief for city Tories? IRON ANGLE. 532
Wilkin gets his man as Brown exits Hinckley. 365
WILLS. 370
Worker suspended over child porn. 139

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