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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 13, 2004)

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Abandoned pensioner's family contact council caring for him. 169
Anniversaries. 105
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: Bearing all for a dolly good show. 224
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: Catch your own piece of history; Harry Hawkes looks at one of the greatest British fly-fishermen of our time as his collection of fishing tackle, ancient and modern, is dispersed at auction in the Midlands next week. 1019
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: Crystal clear and all in the best possible taste; Forget your Laurence Llewelyn-Bowens and Linda Barkers and their love of MDF and kitsch, fine English hand-made crystal tableware is back in fashion. 685
Arafat laid to rest on a sea of emotion. 416
Archive. 195
Army helps Brits flee Ivory Coast. 141
At the cutting edge in the days when glass was a class act; A Birmingham man was at the forefront of grand greenhouses, discovers Chris Upton. 726
Banks sink Glazer bid after day of action. 282
Beware Trojan horses. 247
Birmingham Post Comment: Force to farce. 151
Birmingham Post Comment: Golden chance. 237
Birmingham Post Comment: Healthy living would lead to a fitter nation. 389
BOOK REVIEW: Little ditties that are not for the faint-hearted; Shit Ground, No Fans By Jack Bremner Transworld Publishers 4SportsBooks.co.uk price: pounds 5.99 (saving pounds 4.00 on rrp). 579
BOOKS: BESTSELLERS. 166
BOOKS: CHILDREN'S BOOKS; Jayne Howarth recommends the latest in children's literature. 239
BOOKS: Duty calls: It's Humphrys to the rescue of language; Lost for Words by John Humphrys, Hodden & Stoughton, pounds 14.99. 469
BOOKS: Exciting times of post-war euphoria; The Jazz Age in France by Charles A Riley, Abrams, pounds 25. 646
BOOKS: REVIEWS: The Island Walkers by John Bemrose, John Murray, pounds 17.99. 214
BOOKS: REVIEWS: Wrestling The Dragon - In Search Of The Boy Lama Who Defied China by Gaby Naher, Rider, pounds 9.99. 166
BOOKS: Secrets of dedicated follower of fashion; The Vesuvius Club by Mark Gatiss, Simon and Schuster, pounds 15. 281
Branson looks to India. 234
Brewers put health warning on beer. 105
British pair murdered in Zimbabwe. 119
BSkyB beams in to 62,000 new homes. 264
BUSINESS OF SPORT: Sport may suffer from its' chronic addiction to the drinks industry. 759
BUSINESS PROFILE: For me, the crucial thing is to get people into work again; Ian Halstead talks to the chief executive of Birmingham Forward about his career and a vision for the future of Birmingham. 1719
CD REVIEWS: Bard of liquid soul; Leonard Cohen - Dear Heather (Columbia) pounds 13.99. 600
CD REVIEWS: Classical CDs Expertly recorded and much to enjoy; Coventry's Music: Cathedral Choirs/Rupert Jeffcoat (Regent REGCD 165). pounds 13.99 Royal Coventry: Saint Michael's Singers/Paul Leddington Wright (Regent REGCD 166). pounds 13.99. 408
CD REVIEWS: Gong - Angel's Egg, You (Virgin/EMI) pounds 8.99. 265
CD REVIEWS: Jazz CDs. 1007
CD REVIEWS: Various - Ultimate R&B (Universal Music TV)pounds 13.99. 177
CD REVIEWS: William Walton: Symphony No.1, Crown Imperial, Orb & Sceptre - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Andre Previn (Telarc CD-80125). pounds 9.99. 260
CHECKMATE. 396
Crash man not a loner say friends. 519
Crash pilot was on training flight. 230
Cricket: INTERVIEW: Graveney's trek from captain to president; He is one of the greatest run scorers in the history of first-class cricket. And now Tom Graveney has taken up one of the most prestigious roles in the game - president of the MCC. He told Chris Pryke about his plans - and how he never intended becoming a cricketer at all. 1731
CRICKET: Owzat! Stratford future left on a sticky wicket. 242
CRICKET: Work pays dividends for Solanki. 510
Death inquiry. 81
Dyson sucks up pounds 17m. 310
Family want inquiry into baby death. 312
Farewell to legend of music industry. 504
Farmers' warning. 121
FOOTBALL: Blistering power is simple secret as Pope looks to discover way to FA Cup heaven; Colin Stoner talks to a defender who is showing the strikers the way. 662
FOOTBALL: Blues cranking up the talent machine; THE BOSS Finding the stars of tomorrow is tough, but it could soon be vital, reports James Nursey. 1307
FOOTBALL: Blues in hunt for Scouse double. 640
FOOTBALL: Bruce reveals Blues made inquiry about Owen. 544
FOOTBALL: Greening: Robson is real boost. 636
FOOTBALL: Histon tie revives O'Connor's Cherries memories; FA CUP. 412
FOOTBALL: Lambs seeking their own Tangerine dream; FA CUP. 668
FOOTBALL: McSheffrey ready to return to basics after Reid's video nasty; Coventry City v Plymouth Argyle. 461
FOOTBALL: Megson's final Baggies farewell. 171
FOOTBALL: Millers give Gray chance to sparkle; THE CHAMPIONSHIP Rotherham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers. 664
FOOTBALL: Mills fillip for Bulls. 147
FOOTBALL: Misery goes on as Harriers fall at first hurdle; LAST NIGHT. 425
FOOTBALL: No cause for alarm as Pitmen face crossroads; SOUTHERN PREMIER. 388
FOOTBALL: O'Leary's new deal good news says Angel. 434
FOOTBALL: O'Sullivan quits in disillusionment; SOUTHERN ONE WEST. 174
FOOTBALL: Painter draws on Cunningham's words of wisdom; THE PLAYERS. 430
FOOTBALL: Pearson casts sentiment aside; Nigel Person's route to The Hawthorns has seen many twists. Ged Scott reports. 880
FOOTBALL: Rangers ready to apply lessons; FA CUP. 602
FOOTBALL: Robins keen to be top of the tree. 269
FOOTBALL: Slough clash is no joke for Merson; FA CUP Slough Town v Walsall. 538
FOOTBALL: The talking stops - now for action; West Bromwich Albion v Middlesbrough. 718
FOOTBALL: Veteran Claridge laces up boots once more. 111
FOOTBALL: Villa on the right road; THE PREMIERSHIP. 776
FOOTBALL: Who are you, then?: BLACKPOOL; Everything you need to know about this weekend's opposition. 150
FOOTBALL: Who are you, then?: BOLTON WANDERERS; Everything you need to know about this weekend's opposition. 164
FOOTBALL: Who are you, then?: EVERTON; Everything you need to know about this weekend's opposition. 136
FOOTBALL: Who are you, then?: MIDDLESBROUGH; Everything you need to know about this weekend's opposition. 137
FOOTBALL: Who are you, then?: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE; Everything you need to know about this weekend's opposition. 188
FOOTBALL: Who are you, then?: ROTHERHAM UNITED; Everything you need to know about this weekend's opposition. 193
FOOTBALL: Who are you, then?: SLOUGH TOWN; Everything you need to know about this weekend's opposition. 119
FOOTBALL: Who are you, then?: YEADING; Everything you need to know about this weekend's opposition. 96
FOOTBALL: Worcester hindered by Snape's absence; CONFERENCE NORTH. 203
French gets Mikki in the groove. 221
GOLF: Mouland left fighting for future on Tour; TOUR SCHOOL. 570
GOLF: Stupples goes on birdie blitz. 282
Hercunite fires-up new Tipton foundry. 259
HOCKEY: Cannock facing toughest test. 688
HOMES & GARDENS: Time to make preparations if you want to get fruity next summer. 503
HOMES & GARDENS: Win a pounds 10,000 garden makeover with Xternal Dimensions. 507
How much exercise do fatties need ? 350
Hundreds of last-minute operations cancelled. 287
IN BRIEF: ICE HOCKEY. 177
Infertile mother the victim of cruel deception, rules High Court judge. 304
ISRAEL. 432
ISRAEL: Mission close to impossible for friend in desperate need; Jo Ind experienced the pain and frustration of moving around the occupied territories in Israel. 3027
ISRAEL: Planting hope in the hopeless heart; The Holy Land Trust is a Palestinian not-for-profit organisation established six years ago in Bethlehem. Jo Ind went to meet the West Bank Muslims and Christians who want an independent Palestine through non-violence. 674
ISRAEL: Steering a course through the intense madness that is Jerusalem. 386
It's a Farr cry from life as a carpenter, Adrian. 458
ITV to sell movie special effects arm. 253
Jarvis is on track to sell its PFI section. 335
JOHN BRIGHT: Digby makes the grade. 1510
Judges reject phone mast appeal. 157
Kilroy still fighting leadership battle. 146
Leaders vow to push for peace. 474
Legal firms combine to form MFG. 252
Letter: A poppy worn with pride; Sub head. 189
Letter: Statistics and truth. 272
Letter: The beginnings of an underclass; Off-shoring. 330
Lotus gearing up to shed 350 jobs. 276
Mosque prepares to celebrate as Ramadan comes to an end. 233
MP to quiz Brown on funds. 124
Murdoch reaches for the sky as media helps market race ahead. 352
Nangle to light up with Noddy. 204
NatWest goes to town with St James. 315
OAP's wanted for study. 125
Official: We're the laziest in Britain. 218
Pensioner wins 47-year fight. 179
People Post: Verdi's opera Aida at Alexandra Theatre. 108
Personal Finance: Baby store to launch savings account. 139
PERSONAL FINANCE: Bricks and mortar 'is still the best'. 261
Personal Finance: Consumers frustrated by identity regulations. 321
PERSONAL FINANCE: Don't walk away from money you own. 296
Personal Finance: Eight firms in default says FSCS. 196
PERSONAL FINANCE: Homeowners in equity risk. 533
PERSONAL FINANCE: Insurers owe endowment claimants pounds 15bn. 363
Personal Finance: Offensive should help. 774
PERSONAL FINANCE: Van drivers facing higher tax bills as new tax rules come into operation. 402
PERSPECTIVE: IRON ANGLE: There's no legal bar to the pursuit of 'justice' LOCAL GOVERNMENT WITH A SLANT. 487
PERSPECTIVE: It hasn't changed my life; Ten years and hundreds of millions of pounds later, The National Lottery is firmly entrenched in our society. So why does it still get bogged down in controversy, asks Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves. 1377
PERSPECTIVE: The lure of megabucks around the world; As Camelot blows out ten candles, Christopher Turton looks at how well Britain is doing in the world lotto league table. 511
Plaques in praise of The Lad; Emma Cowlard joined admirers yesterday to remember the genius of the man who changed British comedy. 605
Prince on hand as RSC declares debt slashed by pounds 2.4m. 333
Racing: Handicap helps Hobbs. 747
Racing: Managers have a flutter. 227
Racing: Richards' faith in Prophet. 276
RACING: Williams experiences day of mixed fortunes. 398
RAMBLING: The soft cloak of autumn. 881
Rape case detective issues appeal. 237
Rape jury discharged. 135
Rare Buddhas on national tour go on show in city. 374
Rover revs for exports. 535
Rugby Union: Harlequins' win puts Worcester bottom; LAST NIGHT. 293
Rugby Union: Honoured pupils go on guard for stars; MIDLAND ROUND-UP. 638
Rugby Union: O'Sullivan draws line under row. 204
Rugby Union: Patient Stuart-Smith keen to make most of opportunity; ZURICH PREMIERSHIP. 538
Rugby Union: Rabeni hones Tigers' claws; Brian Dick on the Leicester star out to rip Worcester apart at Sixways today. 1067
Rugby Union: Saints praying for an end to losing run. 623
Rugby Union: Scots seek knockout performance. 171
Rugby Union: Shanklin's sparkling on debut; Wales 66 Romania 7. 169
Rugby Union: Tkachuk up for challenge; ENGLAND v CANADA Brian Dick meets the Canada captain who carries a Bee on his CV. 1237
Rugby Union: Victory in style is vital for new-look England. 531
Sheffield to mourn Emlyn. 180
Shootings accused 'lost the plot in interview'. 776
Software experts Sanderson to take shares to the AIM next month. 523
SPIRITUALITY: Go back to basics and find the real you; Spirituality provides a massive umbrella term under which a bewildering array of beliefs and people gather, as Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves discovered. 733
SPIRITUALITY: Grow your wings and prepare to fly to your destiny; Diana Cooper is a therapist, healer, author, as well as an authority on angels. This is the second extract from her latest book A New Light on Ascension. 1968
SPIRITUALITY: Life in perfect harmony; Ever had a time when one thing seems to lead to another and, suddenly, everything seems to make sense? It happened to Clive Leighton. 1858
SPIRITUALITY: My life doesn't need a religion; In a world obsessed with labels, is spirituality just another trendy brand? Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves investigates. 765
Stones fail in row over royalties. 152
Students welcome police in campaign to stop drink-spiking. 192
Teacher guilty of assault. 109
THE LIST: Mike Davies on what to see in the cinema. 1839
Theme of the day. 171
TRAVEL: The concierge: AND THE AWARD GOES TO . . . 434
TRAVEL: The concierge: CRISIS. WHAT CRISIS? 387
Travel: The holiday generation game; What will be hot for 2005 and beyond? Travel Editor Paul Groves asked the great and the good at the World Travel Market. 1017
Travel: Win a luxury holiday to the Caribbean with bmi. 555
Two bomb suspects caught in firefight. 384
Upper deck ban. 114
US report links gas to Gulf War Syndrome. 717
Waiting lists hidden says consultant. 381
Washing hands is the key. 225
We got it wrong, admits the Bank. 670
Why buy-back builders are false economy. 490
Why London Olympics would give region a massive boost. 364
Why not minding our language costs pounds 10bn. 557

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