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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 22, 2005)

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A friendly eye could never see such faults. 215
A new tower of strength. 395
A TO Z of politics: I is for issues - Iraq and international terrorism. 536
Anniversaries. 89
Architect guilty of breaching laws. 167
Archive. 221
Army drops case of Iraq pictures which axed Morgan. 248
Barron to be new man at city ballet. 257
Browne helps in American tech deal. 281
Burglars shoot man for his Porsche. 412
Chinese take away Ford's top cars. 483
City office opens to deafening silence. 757
Colt looks to the future after shares dip. 372
Creating ten new homes from one. 322
CRICKET Knight's fall prompts Bears to crumble. 770
CRICKET: FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP: Moody upbeat as Harmison mops up; Worcestershire lost by seven wickets. 719
Cricket: REVIEW Pietersen big day ruined by Sussex. 319
Culture: Classical skills on show; Terry Grimley previews a concert revealing Birmingham's wealth of emerging talent in Indian music Ajit Singh Mutlashi plays the tanpura. 383
Culture: Fever pitch Pooh strictly for the kids. 291
Culture: Messing in action; Alison Jones talks to Debra Messing about life after Will and Grace. 1063
Culture: Napoleon Metrodome Distribution Cert: 15 3 DVDs RRP: pounds 39.99 Out: now; The Pick of the week's DVDs. 263
Culture: Presiding on a wing and a prayer; The Pick of the week's DVDs. 521
Culture: Vera Drake Momentum Pictures, Cert: 12 Out: Monday DVD RRP: pounds 19.99; The Pick of the week's DVDs. 280
Directors' tax fines. 160
Domino's wants bigger slice of the action pizza. 299
Drinks are on Allied after pounds 7.4bn takeover; Pernod Ricard announces its recommended takeover of Allied Domecq Picture, VISMEDIA. 645
Election 2005: Brown's tax plan leaves pounds 11bn hole. 169
Election 2005: Election fraud likely, predicts Mawrey. 244
Election 2005: Howard attacks Blair over Rover. 529
Election 2005: Judge throws out post vote challenge. 531
Election 2005: Kennedy eyes student vote with pledge to dump university fees. 294
Election 2005: Labour promises powers to fight thugs. 240
Fiona is given youth role. 125
Fish market king who was a stage emperor. 587
Football: Bruce keeping tabs on Juve's pounds 5m man. 215
Football: Chaplow, Inamoto in mood to impress. 346
Football: Christie finally up to Harriers' pace; LEAGUE TWO. 223
Football: Cole denies Villa rift. 939
Football: Dunn hopes to rise up. 738
Football: Haywood out as injuries dog Halesowen's play-off hopes; SOUTHERN PREMIER. 298
Football: Hitzlsperger keen to fire Euro goal. 444
Football: Korea move starts to pay off for Seol as Hoddle reaps benefits. 438
Football: Lacklustre Robins raise their sights; SOUTHERN ONE WEST. 278
Football: Positive attitude spurs Adams. 371
Football: Robson's error proved canny; Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad talks to the Albion boss about his time with Terry Venables. 924
Football: Villa hoping transfer spree can offer ticket to success. 325
Football: Willenhall miss trio; UNIBOND ONE. 99
Football: Wrack's financial realities turn the screw on Merson; LEAGUE ONE. 453
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH; A house-buying budget of pounds 500,000, or just below, should stretch to one of these price band neighbours, spread across four counties. They might all narrowly escape the top Stamp Duty rating, but each comes with varying degrees of commuter appeal, reports Marsya Lennox. 925
George 'allowed cellmates to think MI5 killed campaigner. 419
Grade II Edgbaston eye-catcher. 737
Guard shot in post office robbery. 201
High hopes for beach buggy. 258
Horror as 24 killed in Indian rail crash. 189
Impaled driver looked like 'table footballer. 218
Inflation rise may hit pay. 130
Jakeman to help with property move. 648
Job losses won't hit region. 531
Lecturers asked to pay students. 98
LEGAL & FINANCE: Bevan Brittan expands its real-estate team. 315
LEGAL & FINANCE: Business liable for invaders on site. 555
LEGAL & FINANCE: Charity sets up helpline. 113
LEGAL & FINANCE: Handy Andy joins Harrison. 276
LEGAL & FINANCE: Heatons gets savvy litigation leader in Spooner. 232
LEGAL & FINANCE: Why running a marathon is not so different to running a firm. 489
Letter: Boycott a bad move. 172
Letter: Finding real crime figures. 245
Letter: Not boxing clever over identity theft. 253
Letter: Phoenix facts. 196
Letter: Visual delights. 123
Lib Dems' regional fortunes rest on a knife edge. 544
Lloyds' losses. 140
Longbridge's ray of sunshine. 224
Man asked crime pal 'to kill lover. 190
Market Report: New York rally fails to stop Footsie's fall. 463
Melrose in pounds 429m double deal. 246
MG Rover dealers heading for collapse. 574
MG ROVER: Blues to play benefit game in aid of workers. 324
MG ROVER: Network Rail lifeline for 200 workers. 278
MG ROVER: pounds 5m to help staff find new jobs. 157
MG ROVER: SAIC 'not looking for new partner. 148
MG ROVER: We still believe British-made motors are the best. 244
MG ROVER: Who killed Rover? - Blair; How dying Pope and Royal wedding took General Election heat off doomed car giant for Labour Party Who was ultimately responsible for MG Rover's demise? Business Editor John Duckers gives his verdict. 731
Mobile mania. 101
Mother fights for life after stabbing. 546
MOTORING: Carry on Piaggio with new engine. 344
MOTORING: SEAT reveals glimpse of Leon. 348
MOTORING: Staying in front of its rivals. 730
MOTORING: Volkswagen's foxy little city slicker. 720
Murder arrest. 93
Muslim threat is exaggerated says freed Begg. 341
My bump was a surprise, says Jamelia. 203
National Secretary Day. 90
Net sales slump hits high street. 370
New evidence that teacher 'killed Billie-Jo. 238
New role for Central Hall. 565
Not so capital. 296
Obrey is Higgs' new associate. 220
Parents lose battle for baby. 613
Pensioner killed in flat blaze. 90
Persimmon 'has firm foundations. 219
PERSPECTIVE: Secretaries are great - but their day is a joke; For all those who missed National Secretaries' Day, don't worry. There will be something else along before you know it. Ellie Simmonds reports. 776
Phoenix takes flight in pounds 37m sellout. 369
POST DEBATE: Welcome to Planet Mobile; Mobiles, gadget-packed or bricklike, now map the way we live. Is there anyone who can live without one. 1597
Post people: Business in the Community Breakfast. 147
Racing: Nicholls win helps close gap on Pipe. 385
Real IRA man Hulme loses his appeal. 444
Residential Property: A Park Central showhouse that whets the appetite for city living. 1105
Residential Property: Affordable city centre homes. 542
Residential Property: Privileged extra at Chantry Park. 785
Robot maker's shares rocket. 273
RUGBY UNION: Survival remains Sixways priority. 366
Screaming banshees scare male strippers. 270
Shires' crime hits five-year low. 395
Smith puts Brum on map by floating film company. 549
Star City relaunched by Dome guru PY Gerbeau. 299
Succession planning is so crucial to OMBs. 521
Superjumbo 'ready to fly' soon. 182
TENNIS: Henman hints at role as captain. 402
Theme. 168
Trials of virus-busting drug taking time. 225
Turnover up at EV Automotive. 97
Wake-up calls appear to have gone unheeded. 407
We're healthy - but now far sicker says doc. 188
WH Smith surprise success. 303
Who goes under the hammer. 136
Why it's time to take the pulse of those American gas-guzzlers. 538
Women in cancer 'con. 408
Women will be the richer sex. 253
Young children in care 'risk mental problems,' says report. 230

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