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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 23, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
'Big problems' over letting computers control car speed. 307
Airport signs NATS contract. 136
Anniversaries. 131
Archive. 221
ATH digs deep to buy Caterpillars. 215
Athletics: Lewis-Francis leaves Brum for new start in bid to revive career. 739
AWM gets go-ahead to start work on Bromsgrove Technology Park. 454
Baby's progress astounds doctors. 503
BACKGROUND: Family firms brewing up a storm for selling out to the big boys. 424
Barhale on right lines. 129
Bedworth's bobbies on bicycle patrols. 345
BIA services firm changes hands in pounds 438m deal. 360
Birmingham Post Comment: Businesses need help to rebuild after tornado. 405
Birmingham Post Comment: Holiday capers. 118
Birmingham Post Comment: PayalongaMax. 291
Boy's body identified as Rory. 170
Breakdancer lives his fashion dream. 270
Brum BBC in running for TV accolades. 274
Bunker is smallest nightclub. 157
Caterers face strike as deadline looms. 621
Caudwell brings in advisers. 190
Clothing crisis over Chinese quota row. 221
Community's shock after father stabbed to death. 335
Contest to find best industry thinkers. 357
Court date for theatre claims. 173
Crackdown on drugs at V. 125
CRICKET : Abandoned match leaves Essex one win from title; NATIONAL LEAGUE. 415
CRICKET : Crawley and Watson lessen Worcester's survival hopes; TOTESPORT LEAGUE Hampshire defeated Worcestershire by four wickets. 519
CRICKET : Illy bids to Lord it for farewell; NATIONAL CLUB KNOCKOUT FINAL Ged Scott looks ahead to Barnt Green's big day at cricket's HQ. 860
CRICKET : World beyond Fletcher. 657
CRICKET: Pretorius' future in doubt after new injury woe. 682
CULTURE : Review: Perfect afternoon and a fitting end to the series; ANDREW KENNEDY St Bartholomew Church, Tardebigge. 186
CULTURE : Stratford goes digital for the weekend; Since the days of Shakespeare, Stratford Upon Avon has long been the home of traditional theatre. But August Bank Holiday weekend sees the arrival of the 21st century Ed Chatterton reports. 648
CULTURE : TV Preview: Keeping up the blood and the body count. 543
Daughter of tycoon found dead. 134
Desperate mayday calls from Flight 522. 329
Dome, sweet dome for Keller experts. 250
E-BUSINESS : A truck load of help from Worcester. 496
E-BUSINESS : A worrying threat to the freedom of the internet. 498
E-BUSINESS : In search of the ultimate prize - top slot with Google. 520
E-BUSINESS : New appointments at EDM Group. 332
E-BUSINESS : No gain without pane. 530
E-BUSINESS : Onetel gets four stars for access. 396
E-BUSINESS : The site of a healthier workplace. 320
E-BUSINESS : Wish you were here. 120
Family call for tube death truth. 507
Family's grief 'beyond words' after farmer's death during car theft. 391
First crossing of river on foot since days of the Romans. 208
FOOTBALL : Confident Saddlers in the form to shock sketchy Palace; Crystal Palace v Walsall. 448
FOOTBALL : Earnshaw's role for the future; THE PREMIERSHIP Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion. 749
FOOTBALL : Forinton backed and tested; SOUTHERN PREMIER. 207
FOOTBALL : Norwich seeking upturn. 271
FOOTBALL : Summer signing Voice quits Willenhall; SOUTHERN ONE WEST. 287
FOOTBALL : Versatility will be Anderton's biggest asset; CARLING CUP Wolverhampton Wanderers v Chester City. 567
Football: Blues aids Jarosik's Cup plan; THE PREMIERSHIP. 445
Football: Bruce reacts to worrying danger signs; Birmingham City v Middlesbrough. 825
Football: Czech is finally in the post for Villa. 951
Football: New boys Leamington face toughest task. 263
Football: Pearce sees Vassell as bargain of year. 312
Football: Ridgewell's star on the rise after reunion with Rooney. 507
Furniture factory destroyed by fire. 181
Grab a new Blues shirt today and pick up a pair of free flybe flights; ANOTHER GREAT READER OFFER. 174
Greene deal puts W&DB in its place. 530
Harry's game is finding pounds 8m for building centre. 553
Have courage to surrender, murder police tell car thief. 402
High winds bring more wildfire misery. 328
Hopes of museum for pope house. 147
Huge waves killed three in family. 242
IN BRIEF: CRICKET. 112
IN BRIEF: RUGBY UNION. 108
IN BRIEF: SPEEDWAY. 158
Iraqi deal lawmakers search for agreement. 267
Letter: Camp chaos. 81
Letter: Care for the elderly shouldn't always be about funding. 204
Letter: De Menezes police were right. 250
Letter: Thank you, Brum. 85
Letter: Traffic maths. 86
Letter: Wake up to twin evils of smoking. 270
Light at end of Chiltern tunnel. 142
Love 'pregnant by Steve Coogan. 146
Man sought after white spirit death. 206
MARKET REPORT: Rentokil soars with Robinson interest. 489
Massive cost of nights in police cells. 331
MP wants ideas for cutting red tape. 259
Mum and daughter compete in contest. 243
Mysterious 'Piano Man' found wandering on Kent beach goes home. 229
Next stage of M6 signage upgrades. 170
OBITUARY: Brain tumour kills inventor of iconic rock synthesisers. 568
OBITUARY: Education's liberal pioneer; Robert Dearden, who has died at the age of 71, was a Professor of Philosophy of Education in the University of Birmingham. A former colleague, Dr D Ieuan Lloyd, pays tribute to one of the country's leading thinkers in the field of primary education. 811
OBITUARY: Former L'Oreal chief dies, aged 87. 123
PAT MURPHY: JOSE CUT FROM THE SAME CLOUGH. 577
PAT MURPHY: Reality dawns on the wasted Age of Eriksson. 821
Pension law plans 'could cost loss of pounds 7.5bn. 407
PERSPECTIVE : Killing in a country lane that touches us all. 555
PERSPECTIVE : No ordinary man, no ordinary death; The brutal murder last week of Brother Roger Schutz has shocked Christians around the world. Here Jonathan Gurling shares his experience of the man who changed his life. 991
Police link warning. 131
POST PEOPLE : Brewin Dolphin Cocktail Party. 122
POST PEOPLE : NHS Management Training Scheme Ball. 139
Poundland opens distribution centre as part of expansion. 416
pounds 16m jobs-spinner for part of Longbridge site. 538
Rentokil target of Gerry's company. 504
Rolls-Royce strike over sacked union official may spread to area. 443
RURAL MATTERS : AWM helping rural communities to help themselves. 473
RURAL MATTERS : Bovine TB watchdog disputes badger-culling claims. 264
RURAL MATTERS : Farmers urge us to buy British pigs. 557
RURAL MATTERS : Festival celebrates country living. 318
RURAL MATTERS : Free range dilemma over sick chickens. 294
School trip firm buy-out. 233
Second diver goes missing. 106
Secret is out - Blairs in Barbados. 247
Sing-along-a-Max all way to bank. 331
Sirens of the Serpentine. 134
Studley Castle sold to tycoon. 490
Studley's owners often left bankrupt. 319
T@lecom's device to track patients. 271
Tables reform 'dodged. 260
The last settlers pull out of Gaza. 395
Theme. 157
There's no point playing King Canute with Government red tape. 487
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Executives give creche a free makeover. 261
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Looking at ethics of fundraising challenges; Fundraising challenges - are they really a worthy cause? Nicky Conway, Strategic Adviser at Forum for the Future takes a personal look at the implications. 501
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Walking for diabetes cure; Chris Burns has spent 19 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers, and is sure there are colleagues who do not know the challenges facing one of his daughters, Stephanie. She is one of thousands of people who has diabetes - a condition that supporters of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation want to stop being a way of life for future generations. 591
Tornado traders need tax sympathy. 552
TV host's tie auctioned. 123
Uplifting idea for unloved bras. 457
Whitehall overstates school advances. 272
Woman nearly moved to NHS while dying. 623
Younger siblings earn less. 166

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