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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 21, 2005)

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'Evidence Clark's babies murdered. 445
A direct buyout by Eurofins. 326
A TO Z of politics: Dickens' fiction just as interesting as the real thing. 402
Activity trip boy killed, says jury. 498
Air India wants to boost Brum route. 241
Al Qaida has dirty bomb, claim reports. 189
Anniversaries. 85
Apollo's quick treat. 156
Archive. 167
Art in a glass all of its own. 141
B&S in net gain with machines. 207
Bank set to soar with Phoenix. 518
Berlusconi resigns. 83
Big impact of class changes. 273
Bill loves going to ground; It may not be very rock 'n' roll, but former Rolling Stone Bill Wyman likes it. Metal detecting is more interesting to him than a Stones record. He tells Emma Pinch why. 1112
Birthdays not so happy for Clinton. 246
BOB CUFFE: God and a load of lottery balls. 641
Boeing plays rough with rival Airbus. 615
Brown's Budget predictions met ... just. 254
Carriages stolen. 87
CD REVIEWS: Cathedral series hits the jackpot. 272
CD REVIEWS: Various composers: Organ music from Coventry Cathedral - Rupert Jeffcoat (Regent REGCD199) pounds 13.99. 284
Chinese to make Rover flagship cars. 569
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Ashfield welcomes King at Ionic Park. 289
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Brown stamps it out. 690
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Landlords to revive Corporation Street; Richard Bidwell retail director at Colliers CRE Birmingham, looks at the plight of Corporation Street. 354
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Sign of troubled times. 360
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Wat-er way to create 250 Spa jobs. 113
Cricket: COUNTY REVIEW Tremlett strikes to put skids under Sussex. 269
Cricket: Giles turns day for Warwicks and denies Kent advantage; Kent have scored 342 for nine v Warwickshire. 757
CRICKET: Pace ace Davies too hot for Pears; Durham trail by 32 runs with eight first-innings wickets standing. 417
CULTURE: Approaching wedded bliss; Alison Jones reviews The Wedding Date and Mike Davies casts his eye over the week's other new cinema releases. 2117
Culture: Captivating new spin on perennial divisions. 431
Culture: Classical Preview Secret Hagley. 629
Culture: Puzzling little pucker. 316
Culture: Tearing up the plans. 333
Da Vinci Code and Gazza top books. 328
Dunn's exported metal pays dividends. 229
Election 2005: Back to the good old days; Prescott's campaign is stuck in time warp Birmingham was stuck in a General Election time warp yesterday as the forces of Old Labour and Old Conservative came to the city. Neil Connor was on hand to explore if things really had changed. 378
Election 2005: Howard pledges Tories will defuse revaluation of homes 'timebomb. 404
Election 2005: Knight's Tories still as clear as day; Meanwhile, Baroness Knight of Collingtree, who was Tory MP in Edgbaston for 31 years before Tony Blair came to power, was in Harborne giving her support to Conservative candidate Deirdre Alden. 361
Election 2005: Labour could axe tax, says Kennedy. 277
Election 2005: Letters to PM thrown into skip. 543
Election 2005: Lib Dems seeks support for 'decapitation' move. 135
Election 2005: Not a good year for roses. 102
Election 2005: Not one to mince words. 99
Election 2005: Now 3,518 candidates fighting for 646 seats. 357
Election 2005: Terror case candidate. 134
Election 2005: Tories' minimum-wage row. 80
English founding father's DNA may shed light on birth of America. 271
Featherbrained. 93
First task force's NHS aid. 154
FOCUS ON COMMERCIAL PROPERTY IN STAFFS: Revival for hospital site. 282
Football: Albion out of danger zone; Tottenham Hotspur 1 West Bromwich Albion 1. 793
Football: Chelsea victory in Mutu battle. 310
Football: Delight for Gynn as Sky Blues fans rally. 240
Football: New-look Blues but same old frustration; Manchester CIty 3 Birmingham City 0. 683
Football: Outcast Camara leaving the picture as Wolves get set to cash in. 495
Football: Sparkling 'Church and determined Vale claim trophy plaudits. 243
Football: Standing's charged up. 156
Football: Stuttering Villa lacking in home fire-power; Aston Villa 0 Charlton Athletic 0. 652
Force is 'on trial' over Pc's speed. 249
Ford is quick to plunge into red. 676
Former Bosnian refugee killed in club attack. 119
Foundation's novel idea leads to success. 284
GIG REVIEW: Willy Mason Birmingham Academy 2. 254
GOLF. 132
Golf: Warwickshire bid to rewrite record books. 876
GreenMech has secret. 202
Halesowen insurance broker. 150
Hepatitis C warning for 2,000 women. 207
Home Alone star will take stand for Jacko. 191
Home truths. 322
Homes and jobs for Egg Hill area. 213
Innobox raises pounds 1 /2m for hotel scheme. 164
Investors in favour of RBS pay awards. 227
Iraqi bodies in river. 137
JCB and Delcam get third Queen's honour. 335
Jenkins 'lied over Billie-Jo killing. 636
Just how were Rover cars Shanghai'd. 425
Just possible that the housing market could find its soft-landing spot. 520
Letter: Bullring issues dealt with. 146
Letter: Care industry bandwagon. 256
Letter: Putting a bomb under Rover. 212
Letter: Which is better. 82
Life through a tube looks so good. 544
Lookers draws line under MG Rover links. 240
Market Report: US inflation jump gives market jitters. 464
Mechanic 'part of MoD metal plot. 650
MG careers fair. 96
MG man Accelerated to help out. 215
Move over London, it's the 'Brummie Embassy. 513
Murrell accused claims brother was woman's killer. 430
New pope pledges to unify Christians. 279
New scheme gives vision to smaller companies. 295
NHS terror suits are poor, says Brum team. 363
Packaging costs may mean prices will have to go up, warns Smith. 292
Pair voted for interest rates rise once again. 661
Patients 'mirror soap stars' illnesses. 296
Patients' chicken game led to Brit death crash, inquest told. 441
Perspective: Bad news: No it's all good for Teflon Tony; With just over two weeks' campaigning left before General Election, Political Editor Jonathan Walker looks at the parties' performance so far. 1030
Post people: 20:20 Vision at The Post & Mail newsroom. 147
Priceless assets catalogue 100 years of factory. 548 is on way to city. 231
Prudential's investment pot attracts pounds 2.1bn. 450
RACING Bishops Court leads way for Epsom experts. 372
Reducing war zone risks earns AKE trade award. 436
Researchers say being slightly overweight can prolong life. 211
RUGBY UNION: Maynard to stand by most under-performing Bees. 455
Sales hit by poll jitters. 434
Small firm's innovation. 139
Sterling is riding on a crest of wave. 197
Supply jobs saved after Rover crash. 583
Survivor's second suicide bid. 245
The Queen's birthday gifts. 534
Theme. 166
Top level talks to save New Street revamp. 284
Towers refuses to admit firm is dead. 503
Traders' protest causes chaos. 209
Wheel of business turns for DCM. 260
White feather shows bravery of pigeons. 139
Wyman still treasures rolling out the hits. 268

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