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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 30, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
Appeal to find boy, 12. 91
Archive. 202
Asian tsunami disaster spares British industry. 282
Australia cruise to winning series lead. 625
Away first marks start of Harriers' future; LEAGUE TWO. 312
Beattie set on making Villa move. 851
Belmont's a breeze for thieves give list nova. 278
BIA one of fastest growing. 397
Birmingham Eccentric: Robber with 'bomb' busted; Our continuing series of stories from The Birmingham Eccentric newspaper in Michigan, USA, today features a bank robber who didn't get away, students who love knitting and a park tax dispute Staff Writer. 560
Birmingham Eccentric: Students are snagged into a knitting craze. 242
Birmingham Eccentric: Township may sue over Bloomfield Park. 370
Birmingham Post Comment: Bye-bye DIY. 114
Birmingham Post Comment: Let us hope shock turns to real support. 431
Birmingham Post Comment: Tory toppled. 254
Brit bosses daunted by public speaking. 357
Building on success for Weaver apprentices. 178
Bus lanes. 417
Cabinet shut out as PM clings to power. 582
Confident Carter relishing return to big league with Blues. 621
Council leader to quit after defeat. 451
Coventry head for wrong exit. 317
Culture: A year of operatic treats and memorable concerts; Christopher Morley looks back on another vibrant musical year in the West Midlands. 1465
Culture: Rotten Potato in a sack of fine films; Mike Davies looks back at the good, the bad and the ugly movies of 2004. 1127
Culture: Steve beats the odds for X-Factor hit single; Wil Marlow meets Simon Cowell's singing sensation. 1144
Dismal outlook for housing market. 367
Family 'destroyed' by girl's murder. 384
Film to tell singer's story leigh. 191
Firms turning backs on euro. 216
Free access is not an option; Bus lanes. 199
Heroes emerge from sea of bodies. 587
Hotel's restoration reveals wealth of hidden Italian treasures. 329
Inheritance tax plans aren't an election winner for the Tories. 510
Insurance phone calls keep you on the line. 184
Irish full of Macs Joy as rivals toil in his wake. 247
Jarvis is 'winning' battle. 591
Jobs up, work down. 159
Johnson sees Albion hope; THE PREMIERSHIP. 742
Labour should pay for 'election' polls, insist angry Lib Dems. 195
Manufacturing: Innovation is the top priority in the Midlands. 505
Manufacturing: Looking ahead to 2005, it's not a particularly exciting prospect . . . Small business analyst Russell Luckock takes his annual look at how the world of manufacturing is looking. 720
Manufacturing: We must be proud of the 'new breed'. 600
Moseley: working hard but could do better; Rugby writer Brian Dick turns schoolteacher and gives Moseley's players their mid-term report. 1211
MPs taking our gongs - even for abstinence; As the New Year approaches, Political Editor Jonathan Walker casts an irreverent eye over events of the past year with the annual Post Political Awards. 967
Nationwide interest rises. 178
New fines for doing it yourself. 237
Oil fall triggers sixth straight Footsie gain. 475
Perspective: Artists, free speech and responsibility; As the debate rages on The Rep's decision to cancel Behzti, the Most Rev Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Birmingham, has his say. 1198
Perspective: Drop the guilt and be more like a man. 589
Perspective: Those lists don't come for free. 476
Post People: Variety Club Christmas Treat. 158
Princess's fountain to reopen in May. 284
Rated poorly over red tape. 493
Ridgewell laments Villa slip before missed chance; THE PREMIERSHIP. 788
Rooney charged by FA. 426
Runaway winner thanks to China's economic rise. 346
Satisfied Thorpe thinks of England. 475
Security scare at Brum airport. 97
Severn Trent's award joy. 291
Shake-up for rag trade. 801
Shed your festive flab with a New Year walk. 223
Shoppers think plastic is fantastic. 239
SSL stay tight-lipped on takeover talk. 182
State school pupils set for random drug tests. 348
Tesco Mobile talk up trade. 140
Theme. 120
Thorpe's winning ways; SECOND TEST. 1050
Tidal Wave Disaster: 'Give Blair a break as we deal with disaster'. 180
Tidal Wave Disaster: 'Minutes later and I would've been dead'. 333
Tidal Wave Disaster: Bodies piled into graves as disease threatens Indonesia. 248
Tidal Wave Disaster: Couple describe seeing 'shell-shocked' survivors of tsunami. 252
Tidal Wave Disaster: Digger giant JCB's $1m aid. 145
Tidal Wave Disaster: Family are saved by swapping sea for sleep. 252
Tidal Wave Disaster: Hoddle's appeal to soccer fans. 233
Tidal Wave Disaster: Jimmy waits for news on brother. 520
Tidal Wave Disaster: Rescuers resigned to finding just corpses. 303
Tidal Wave Disaster: Solihull man broke own ankle to escape killer wave. 350
Tidal Wave Disaster: Stourbridge pair's hospital in hotel saves up to 50 people. 524
Tidal Wave Disaster: The sea seems to disappear and the beach dries. And then the walls of waves begin to batter the beach. Swimmers and sunbathers are swept away to their deaths. 107
Tidal Wave Disaster: Tragedy of bride-to-be. 551
Top tippers plump for rising Chinese shares. 1644
Toyota's shortfall blamed on expansion. 386
Urgent appeal for victims of tidal waves; Asian disaster. 275
We've lost interest in Becks beckham. 155
Williams targets Festival. 420
Winless Hoddle reserves judgment; CHAMPIONSHIP. 537
Women more likely to crash in car parks. 193

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