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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 11, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
A giant leap for Jaguar. 85
Anniversaries. 112
Antiques & collecting: A delivery by the Hogwarts Express; Harry Hawkes is just wild about Harry Potter's latest appearance on stamps issued by the Isle of Man Post Office. 1164
Antiques & collecting: Acquiring a little piece of enduring magic; Richard Edmonds reports on a Sotheby's sale to coincide with the centenary of Peter Pan. 664
Antiques & collecting: Collecting Diary. 419
Archive. 197
ATHLETICS: In brief. 170
BAE subsidiary's pounds 500m deal. 168
Be in the know: Read The Post. 448
Berlusconi cleared in court. 182
Birmingham Post comment: BVSC own goal. 239
Birmingham Post comment: Cabinet door closed to all but select few. 396
Birmingham Post comment: Festive cheer. 113
Blue-chip falls take the gas out of the London market. 425
BOOK REVIEW: Cads, Johnnies, hobble-de-hoys and a revolution made to last; The Victorians and Sport By Mike Huggins Hambledon Books 4Sportsbooks.co.uk price: pounds 18.39. 572
Book reviews: 12 Days edited by Shelley Silas. Virago Press, pounds 10. 255
Book reviews: In Tasmania by Nicholas Shakespeare. Harvill, pounds 20, Picador, pounds 16.99. 224
Books: A time when life was no Cabaret; The Cabaret by Lisa Appignanesi. Yale pounds 25. 508
Books: BESTSELLERS. 82
Books: CHILDREN'S BOOKS; Jayne Howarth recommends the latest in children's literature. 185
Books: Lack of a sting in the tail for these memoirs; The Soul of a Butterfly by Muhammad Ali with Hana Ali. Bantam, pounds 12.99. 357
Books: Sickly opportunism; John Peel by Mick Wall. Orion. pounds 14.99. 746
BOXING: Inspired Williams bids to join legends. 403
Brilliance executives quit after auditor. 402
Brum gets most asylum seekers in UK. 460
BUSINESS OF SPORT: At long last - a football club that's the toast of the City. 771
BUSINESS PROFILE: Meccano isn't just for boys; Ian Halstead meets Christina Jackson, who chairs the Institution of Civil Engineers' Midland region. 1902
Card debt soaring before gift frenzy. 162
CD Reviews: Old aquaintances not forgotten. 356
CD Reviews: Rachmaninov: Vespers - Finnish National Opera Chorus/Soderstrom (Naxos 8.555908). 274
CD Reviews: Treats and treatment. 424
CD Reviews: Various Artists - Maybe This Christmas Tree/A Winter's Night (Nettwerk 5037703 039421/ 67003037921). 317
Centrica warns energy price rise will hit profit. 492
Charlotte healer. 105
Chess: CHECKMATE. 778
Christmas party rules? They're all humbug. 288
Could there be hidden treasure in your attic? 691
CRICKET: Butcher returns in place of Key. 811
CRICKET: Warwickshire scent new coach as Marsh quits Academy. 607
Crystal crime. 83
Decision on police death. 92
Delphi to lose almost 8,500 jobs. 176
Difficult to see how integrated tax system will work in practice. 488
Dome help for festive homeless. 159
Electric Cinema: Back together in Electric dreams; The silver screen has always held a romantic appeal. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves meets a man who will breathe life into the Electric Cinema. 1592
Ex-lover admits stabbing horse rider. 373
Family: Plenty of reasons to be cheerful; Despite what the merchants of doom and gloom might have you believe, Christmas really is the time to celebrate. Paul Groves and Rachel Armstrong provide a guide to happiness. 840
Family: Who's going to be game for a laugh? Christmas morning may bring excitement and presents, but by the afternoon often we're either rowing or falling asleep in front of the telly. Try playing a few games, says Rachel Armstrong. 834
Food: Enjoy some full-bodied works with a good nose; Indulging in good food and drink are a key part of any Christmas celebration. The Birmingham Post's wine critic Clive Platman continues his review of some of the good and bad wine books. 815
Food: Making chocolate. 217
Food: The history of chocolate. 242
Food: Well, I should cocoa; It is Christmas time and that, for many people, means one thing - chocolate. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves looks at our enduring obsession. 862
Football: Benitez confident in Gerrard. 258
Football: Benton ready for last hurrah with Glassboys. 573
Football: Blues better for experience of Clemence. 632
Football: Cole aware of regional differences. 539
Football: Fans put Lazio out of public's view. 176
Football: Fleetwood's return crucial for Studley. 309
Football: Free-scoring Rollason praises Tipton defence; FA VASE. 485
Football: Gloves are off as Bruce demands return from investment. 541
Football: Green and two top officials quit Oldbury. 208
Football: Heath has local knowledge to help Coventry. 428
Football: Hoddle prepares for 'Grand National' challenge. 580
Football: Hoult sees an Albion escape. 678
Football: Jol wants Keegan to remember reunion. 314
Football: Ledbury's Volosonovs bearing fruit; Colin Stoner on a Latvian aiding his club in their quest to make history. 643
Football: Level-head Upson makes a point of ignoring pre-match hype. 758
Football: Malvern staying in the Hunt despite injury disruptions. 412
Football: Mellberg out for revenge; Aston Villa captain still has score to settle. 677
Football: Merson hopes big win heralds new beginning. 500
Football: Reds hope Coleman can be on the ball. 199
Football: Savage urged to fire again; Ged Scott on a troubled spirit at the heart of Birmingham's midfield. 687
Football: Solano is Morley's winner; Hyder Jawad hears a member of Villa's European Cup winners laud 'Villa's Beckham'. 897
Football: Thompson's life goes full circle; Colin Stoner on a skipper happy to go back to his footballing roots. 633
Football: TWENTY THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT THE SECOND CITY DERBY. 632
Football: Weaver delivers Harriers rallying call; LEAGUE TWO. 387
Football: Wenger backs Arsenal's experience; PREMIERSHIP. 287
Football: Winning state of mind is essential for Robson. 882
Football: Wiser Kennedy still believes Wolves can make it; Ged Scott finds the Irish winger in confident frame of mind. 1082
Glimmer of hope for first-time buyers. 321
GOLF: Early bird Gustafsson. 587
GYMNASTICS: Upbeat Tweddle ready to take her place at the bars. 642
Harman fails in bid to jail father. 333
HOCKEY: Depleted Cannock fortunate to be spared by mid-season break. 763
Homes & gardens: Christmas craft activities for youngsters. 141
Homes & gardens: Create a secret outdoor hideaway even in the city; Melinda Nicholds-Brown offers some tips on making your garden a haven. 833
Homes & gardens: GARDEN DIARY. 126
Homes & gardens: GARDENING CHORES. 103
Homes & gardens: Plenty to do - and feed the birds. 389
Homes & gardens: Something for everyone from the ordinary to the exotic. 498
Honorary degree for Asian business leader. 285
Hortons' scraps Grand Hotel refurbishment. 340
Hospital to 'name and shame' boozy bars. 274
How Winkle the cat left fortune set in stone. 191
Hunting ban law 'a waste of money'. 651
ICE HOCKEY: Coventry out to maintain top spot with revenge on Bees. 292
IRON ANGLE: All together now... 'Dear old pals, jolly old pals...' LOCAL GOVERNMENT WITH A SLANT. 532
It has been a very taxing century for accountants Grant Thornton. 509
Jazz CDs: Bass wizard emphatically making his mark; Jazz CD of the week Avishai Cohen Trio & Ensemble - At Home (Razdaz Records SSC4602). 224
Jazz CDs: Jazz DVDs of the week Jamie Cullum - Live At Blenheim Palace (Universal 9868890) Diana Krall - Live At The Montreal Jazz Festival (Verve 0602498649367). 380
Jazz CDs: Kyle Eastwood - Paris Blue (Candid CCD 79789). 307
Jew lawyer 'forced to prove his heritage'. 411
Jill's journey on the road back from hell; In 1986 Jill Saward was the victim of a rape in her home at Ealing vicarage. Having been to 'hell and back', she is unwavering in her campaign to help other victims, as Suruchi Sharma reports. 602
JOHN BRIGHT: Always be nice to rich babies. 1113
Johnny Briggs. 93
Law chief warns of human rights threat. 472
Legacy of the past given go to archives. 245
Letter: Miscellany. 185
Letter: Miscellany. 126
Letter: Miscellany. 114
Letter: Miscellany. 105
Letter: Miscellany. 148
Letter: Putting something back; Miscellany. 186
M1 fast lane experiment based on city council pilot study. 319
Media anger over top general's comments. 519
Morrisons leads fuel price cuts. 243
Now HSBC warns of borrowing slowdown. 340
Nuclear losses triple. 215
Officers return. 82
Passenger numbers taking off. 317
Pastimes: Dining during the ice age; How did we manage before the refrigerator was invented? Chris Upton has the answers. 996
Pastimes: Little change since Bard's days. 671
Personal finance: Barclaycard to withdraw free benefits from January. 324
Personal finance: Children worry parents will spend too much on Christmas. 272
Personal finance: Festive spending is not just on gifts, says new bank survey. 246
Personal finance: First-time buyers save for longer. 479
Personal finance: Romania the place for skiers this winter. 575
Perspective: Destiny calls for Shropshire lads; As 500 troops from Shropshire prepare to travel to Iraq, Simon Hough examines the welcome awaiting them. 1079
Perspective: Trams can give the city a cosmopolitan edge; Other European cities have them a plenty, so why not Birmingham? Reflecting on her experiences in Strasbourg, Michelle Alexander looks at the merits of an easy rider. 723
Plans for city's new superstadium are 'out of this world'. 254
Post offer: Fabulous Festive Food At The Mailbox. 229
pounds 1bn Osmond clinches closed life fund deal. 421
pounds 90,000 director jailed for swindle. 420
Racing: Bandit shows class in comeback victory. 397
Racing: Grounds for concern. 93
Racing: Rooster on the run; BULA HURDLE. 531
Racing: Top trio target hat-trick; BONUSPRINT.COM GOLD CUP. 896
RN names helicopter dead. 181
Rugby Union: Coventry step up a size with appearance of Rheeders. 860
Rugby Union: Jenner brings pain relief to sore Bees. 805
Rugby Union: Thomas showing quality pedigree; Brian Dick on an exciting prospect from Moseley's latest crop. 1128
Rugby Union: Tindall latest to join Bath injured before must-win European game; HEINEKEN CUP. 508
RUGBY UNION: Update. 203
Rugby Union: Worcester hoping O'Duza will sharpen up cutting edge; EUROPEAN CHALLENGE SHIELD. 528
Rumsfeld caught out in 'ambush' by US reporter. 313
Shipman GPs cleared by GMC. 387
Soldier admits killing youth. 133
Spitfire inventor should be honoured, says MP. 613
Stars who abuse law for common man. 103
Sweetener for ABF. 85
Teenager may lose ear after bottle attack. 227
THE SATURDAY INTERVIEW: with Graham Stacy: Accountant who hates to tick boxes. 1464
The South West Durham Credit Union. 95
The week in pictures. 215
Theme. 169
Top Tory turns the screw on Blunkett. 295
Travel: A bewitching hotel; It was a trip into the unknown in more ways than one. But what Martin Warrillow found after he braved the M6 and headed north wasn't the slightest bit grim. 924
Travel: A Christmas to remember at The Lanesborough. 510
Travel: A tour around some of the best deals on the market; The great escape. 582
Travel: CONCIERGE. 656
Travel: The folly of youth; A big show in a small town in America deserves to be world famous, says an awestruck Sid Langley. 1349
TV chef with drink-drive ban supports campaign. 255
Villa fans arrested. 112
Voluntary group row on sackings. 515
We can be curry capital of Europe. 570
Win Lord of the Rings DVD set. 169
Yanukovych hits back. 168

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