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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 15, 2004)

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Abbey investors pocket pay-out. 186
Airline bosses face questioning. 140
Aled cancelled Brum gig for TV dancing date. 226
Anniversaries. 170
Asbo farmer arrested after pigs go on rampage again. 338
ATHLETICS: Stand-in Pavey likely to revert to indoor focus. 445
Baby boy choked to death on grape. 203
Birmingham Post Comment: Don't drive. 119
Birmingham Post Comment: Ethnic worries. 241
Birmingham Post Comment: Why we have to win the new Battle of Britain. 366
Blunkett facing new claim on nanny visa. 682
BNP leader bailed after race inquiry. 391
BNP leader is bailed after race inquiry. 281
Board blamed for debt crisis at hospital. 610
Bodies of crash aircrew recovered. 392
Bombadier chief resignation shock. 170
Burglars are stunned by stockbrokers. 116
Buyers market as prices drop. 339
Carpetright target. 241
Chief hits back at his bobbies. 370
Christmas lights in Leonard Road. 111
Clarke backs 'outstanding' Blunkett. 427
Club licence row. 172
COLIN & JUSTIN: IMPERIAL LEATHER; WHEN IT COMES TO INTERIOR DESIGN, NOTHING BEATS THE FEEL OF WONDERFULLY SOFT LEATHER. COLIN AND JUSTIN GET COSY... 597
Cost of oil leads to new rate fear. 536
Council concerns over new legislation. 316
Courts stores sold to specialist. 257
Crash policeman admits careless driving. 334
CRICKET: Ackerman joins Leicestershire. 151
CRICKET: Australia wary of erratic Pakistan. 265
CRICKET: New Road's Newton sees brighter sky. 411
CRICKET: Thorpe urges England to go in smiling. 770
CULTURE: An essential evening; Behzti (Dishonour) The Door, Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 307
CULTURE: Britten rules the waves; Christopher Morley hears why Alexander Anissimov feels a connection to Benjamin Britten. 764
CULTURE: Pantomime, poignancy and women's parts; John Slim enjoys an artful performance at the Swan. 623
CULTURE: Swing in exultation; Peter Bacon brings tidings of joy for jazz lovers as well as offering a few gift suggestions. 754
CULTURE: Teletubbie-tastic; Sleeping Beauty Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. 257
CULTURE: This is Phil talking; The godfathers of electro pop The Human League return to Birmingham on December 19. Fellow Sheffielder John Revill speaks to singer Phil Oakey. 1067
DINING STYLE: COCONUT THAI CHICKEN. 295
Dolphins too thin. 122
DON'T FORGET THE PETS; FROM LABRADORS TO LURCHERS, AND TABBIES TO TOMS - YOUR POOCHES AND PUSSYCATS DESERVE A TREAT FROM SANTA. LIFESTYLE EDITOR LISA PIDDINGTON FINDS OUT WHAT WILL GET THEM ALL HOT UNDER THEIR COLLARS. 303
Drugged director's Rolex stolen. 362
EARLY STAGE BUSINESSES: Taking risk on road to success; Advantage Business Angel's managing director Neil Mackay casts his eye over the question of risk. 540
Enjoy 20 per cent off the bill at Shimla Pinks. 297
ENTERPRISE: Brum getting a real taste of Germany. 825
ENTERPRISE: Email experts are on hand to advise entrepreneurs. 231
ENTERPRISE: Innovative fire alarm is runaway success. 376
ENTERPRISE: It's time this Government really tackled the women-at-work debate. 496
ENTERPRISE: Skilled workforce vital, says Minister. 355
European carmakers do a profits U-turn. 608
Ex-Michelin guide inspector loses 'storm in a saucepan' fight. 263
Faith Shoes buyout. 202
Fears grow for missing woman. 143
Firm blames weak US dollar for sales dip. 280
Firmin & Sons given royal honour. 214
Football: Barrow's big night buoys up Pitmen; NON-LEAGUE. 374
FOOTBALL: Brave Knitters undone by Talbot strike; FA CUP SECOND ROUND REPLAYS. 416
Football: Bruce defiant on Savage. 651
FOOTBALL: Dhinsa remains 'deadly serious' in Sky Blues bid despite death threats. 512
FOOTBALL: FA to investigate Cech comments on free-kick row; NATIONAL NEWS. 319
FOOTBALL: Harriers clinch Birch signing; LEAGUE TWO. 508
FOOTBALL: Jack Lester. 140
FOOTBALL: LuaLua late show; Liverpool 1 Portsmouth 1. 119
FOOTBALL: No doubts on Mellberg; THE PREMIERSHIP. 622
FOOTBALL: Olofinjana finally seeing the light as Hoddle offers big-time opportunity; THE CHAMPIONSHIP. 559
FOOTBALL: Purse avoids gifts to Blues; THE PREMIERSHIP. 954
Former Lord Mayor to head bureau. 272
Getting students on the move. 521
GIFTS FOR HER; SURPRISE, SURPRISE - WOMEN DON'T WANT POTS AND PANS OR A NEW NIGHTIE FOR CHRISTMAS. INSTEAD THEY WANT SOMETHING ORIGINAL AND GORGEOUS THAT SHOWS YOU CARE. AFTER A RECENT SURVEY REVEALED NEARLY HALF OF MEN DON'T KNOW WHAT TO BUY FOR THE LADY IN THEIR LIFE - AND 70 PER CENT LEAVE IT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE - LIFESTYLE EDITOR LISA PIDDINGTON STEPS IN TO OFFER A HELPING HAND. 977
Government wants speed on roads plan. 387
Grayson Thermal Systems. 91
HBOS to exceed hopes. 256
HMS Illustrious. 124
Hotelier appoints new chief executive. 195
Hunt laws differ north of border. 515
Ill baby's parents accuse hospital. 297
IN BRIEF: BASEBALL. 101
IN BRIEF: BOXING. 223
IN BRIEF: MOTORSPORT. 157
iSoft shock as director quits. 390
Jowell supports Eastside library. 309
JP Morgan cuts forecasts. 289
Jungle Joe so happy in Brum; After his victory in I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here, Joe Pasquale is hot property. As he prepares to star in Jack and the Beanstalk at the Birmingham Hippodrome, the king of the jungle is determined to enjoy his new star status, as he told Emma Pinch. 698
L: Archive. 175
LEGAL MATTERS: Law trainees face race bias. 511
LEGAL MATTERS: Morris Inquiry report warns of racism within the Met. 425
Letter: Eastside opportunity; Library. 96
Letter: Reader's letter. 157
Letter: Reader's letter. 195
Letter: Reader's letter. 234
Letter: Reader's letter. 104
Living wills Bill beats revolt. 290
Lottery cash to boost sports provision. 309
M6 closed overnight for repairs. 138
MacArthur's bid back on track. 164
MARKET REPORT: Vodafone fears sees Footsie slip into red. 495
Menzies' results may beat expectations. 204
Millau span. 227
Mistake 'exposed Ofsted'. 268
Moor Stret restoration wins prize for Chiltern. 144
More girls binge drinking than boys, says survey. 224
MP - I needed both parents. 314
New product wins Grayson orders. 565
Nun wins pounds 69,000, and gives it away. 339
ON THE GRAPEVINE: CLIVE PLATMAN PASSES THE PORT. 905
Online exhibition centre Virtex: Steve Martin gets ready for big sales push. 424
Ozzy pulls out of show over bike crash injury. 98
Patient's 12-hour ambulance ordeal. 299
PERSPECTIVE: Christmas by numbers; Alexander Tulloch the Post word expert, with 25 things you didn't know about Christmas. 1256
PERSPECTIVE: Don't be party to this nonsense; Julian Robinson offers ten reasons to hate office Christmas parties. 800
PERSPECTIVE: Following the lore of the letters to help memory. 580
Pioneering treatment could be paying off. 125
Post People: ART AND THE SIXTIES EXHIBITION. 158
Post People: ASTON VILLA GOLF DAY. 119
Post People: BARNT GREEN INN OPENING. 129
Post People: BIRMINGHAM FORWARD CHAIRMAN'S DRINKS RECEPTION. 159
Post People: BIRMINGHAM INSURANCE INSTITUTE. 105
Post People: BRILLIANTLY BIRMINGHAM. 189
Post People: CHRISTMAS AD CAMPAIGN LAUNCH. 181
Post People: EASTSIDE REGENERATION EVENT. 100
Post People: GATELEY WAREING DEAL DINNER. 110
Post People: HAZLEWOODS. 106
Post People: ITNET. 115
Post People: REED SMITH NETWORKING EVENT. 163
Post People: WEST MIDLANDS BUSINESS COUNCIL. 182
POST WEDDINGS. 224
pounds 100,000-a-year supervision order for violent teenager. 278
pounds 47,800 for Chaplin cane. 97
RACING: Relieved Fallon is cleared by JC. 588
Record profits for tour group. 562
Retail Therapy: MEN'S BEAUTY GIFTS. 520
Review: Big Mouth preaches to converted; Morrissey National Indoor Arena. 286
Road danger highest today. 164
RUGBY UNION: Diamond to turn up trumps at Sarries. 420
RUGBY UNION: Subs are replacing sanity. 681
Ryanair rapped over ads. 168
Saddam's lieutenants ready to face trial. 410
Santa savers sprang into action when Brian collapsed at party. 302
Schools' reading shame. 490
Securicor merger is on target. 189
SOMETHING FOR HIM; LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO BRING A SMILE TO HIS FACE THIS CHRISTMAS? LISA PIDDINGTON HAS SOME ANSWERS. 604
SOMETHING FOR THE KIDS; WHETHER YOU'RE CELEBRATING BABY'S FIRST CHRISTMAS OR LOOKING FOR A GREAT GIFT FOR AN OLDER CHILD, LIFESTYLE EDITOR LISA PIDDINGTON PICKS THE TOP PRESSIES - AND THERE'S NOT A ROBOSAPIEN IN SIGHT! 789
STEPPING BACK IN TIME. 398
TABLE TALK: MECHU'S MIX MASTERS; MIX AT MECHU, 45 SUMMER ROW, BIRMINGHAM. 0121 710 4222 ALISON DAVISON JOINS THE CITY CENTRE MASSES AT A SWISH SUMMER ROW RESTAURANT. 999
Teacher sacked for throwing bag at unruly pupil is reinstated after outcry. 298
Tenant denies hitting landlord with golf club in eviction row. 372
The Bank of England finally got it right by freezing interest rates. 545
THE HOME AT CHRISTMAS; BUYING FOR A HOME BIRD? THERE'S PLENTY OF CHOICE AND GREAT IDEAS TO CHOOSE FROM, SAYS LISA PIDDINGTON. 225
Theme. 124
TURN THE TABLES... LISA PIDDINGTON DISCOVERS A NEW BUSINESS VENTURE THAT MIGHT JUST COME IN HAND THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. 319
Victory for victim's family. 586
Violence was wrong, says Abbas. 254
Warship captain relieved of command. 391
Watchdog warns over deaths in custody. 319
Work until you're 65, says Blair. 538

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