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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 27, 2005)

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'B Safe' partnership makes vibrant city centre a better place to be. 309
Alternative therapy kills five-year-old boy. 352
Anniversaries. 132
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING : Collecting Diary. 91
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING : Klinger re-emerges in major Ikon show; A real delight for enthusiasts is currently on display at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham. Sally Hoban looks at the market for one of Europe's most over-looked artists. 814
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING : The world's oldest postcard; Collecting by Harry Hawkes. 489
Appointments: Having a devil of a time starting a business? Find yourself an angel. 462
Appointments: Linford books library specialist. 502
Archive. 198
ARCHIVE: The farm boy drawn to art of the matter; Chris Upton recounts how a young Samuel Lines was captivated by the beauty of St Philip's cathedral in Birmingham - and became one of the city's most influential painters. He loved the place so much that he never left. 991
As politicians fail to agree, Iraq's future hangs in balance. 295
ATHLETICS: Benjamin gamble reaps big reward. 583
Athletics: Doughty Thomas leaves his peers to join real world. 700
ATHLETICS: MLF MY LIFE FAMILY; Brian Dick reports on the ragamuffin who turned into a focused athlete. 1224
Birmingham Post Comment: In the frame. 101
Birmingham Post Comment: Judgement day. 316
Birmingham Post Comment: Legal lovelies who climb the office ladder. 424
Body found after boys are swept out to sea. 718
Bomber suspect 'should stay in Italy. 289
BOOK REVIEW: Anecdotes make forthright Titmus's life an entertaining read; Fred Titmus: My Life In Cricket By Fred Titmus with Stafford Hildred John Blake Publishing price: pounds 11.69 (saving pounds 6.30 on rrp. 582
BOOKS : CHILDREN'S BOOKS; Jayne Howarth discovers a shopping trolley that brings magic to a plastic world. 366
BOOKS: Ancient art of shopping; Shopping in the Renaissance by Evelyn Welch, Yale, pounds 30/The Business of Art, Contracts and the Commissioning Process in Renaissance Italy by Michelle O'Malley, Yale, pounds 22.50. 933
BOOKS: Crime File. 690
BOOKS: REVIEW: A Lesser Evil, by Lesley Pearse, Michael Joseph, pounds 14.99. 207
BOOKS: REVIEW: Justice On The Grass: A Story Of Genocide And Redemption, by Dina Temple-Raston, Simon & Schuster/Fireside, pounds 17.99. 291
Boy guilty of child rape. 186
BP is most admired UK group in world. 194
BUSINESS OF SPORT: Mobile developments could prove a bonanza for cricket's next generation. 747
BUSINESS PROFILE: What a refreshing change; He may still be working while most other senior executives are long retired, but Terry Corns, local chief executive of Lambert Smith Hampton, shows no signs of slowing down. David Faers listens and takes notes. 2234
Child drinkers on the increase. 534
Components firms in takeover. 112
Country's worst bug-hit hospital. 517
Couple's pounds 40,000 appeal for lost dog. 313
CRICKET : Aussies reduced to rubble; Second day: Australia trail England by 378 runs with five first-innings wickets in hand. 1525
CRICKET : Kent pair's 283-run stand keeps pressure on Sussex; REVIEW. 600
CRICKET : Pears left on the ropes; FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP Second day: Worcestershire need another 302 runs to avoid the follow-on against Lancashire with seven first innings wickets standing. 737
CRICKET: Depleted Green out to clinch title; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE. 362
CRICKET: England's best 'ultimate challenge' to Australia. 562
CRICKET: Late rally leaves England frustrated. 313
CRICKET: Trott's innings uplifts Bears; FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP Second day: Sussex trail Warwickshire by 231 runs with seven first-innings wickets in hand. 806
Death of a true democrat. 611
Emotion and heartache in photographs. 292
Ex-police chief to lead leak inquiry. 634
Exam whistleblower quits over marking row. 401
FAMILY : A life-changing experience; Thousands will be taking a year out to beat A-level blues. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves asks the experts about what's available. 750
FAMILY : Don't waste your time; Are gap years the opportunity of a lifetime or an excuse to be lazy Ed Chatterton investigates. 561
FAMILY : Mind how you do the gap; Volunteering is a great thing to do, but prepare properly, says Paul Groves. 379
Fearon in court. 99
Fire rips through Paris apartments killing 17. 604
First look at Jaguar's new star. 189
Five people wanted in hunt for Rory's killer. 407
FOOTBALL : Angel falls from grace as Baros prepares for debut; THE PREMIERSHIP Aston Villa v Blackburn Rovers. 696
FOOTBALL : Blakemore retains appetite for goals. 299
FOOTBALL : Burgess outstrips Villa mates in scoring deeds; NON-LEAGUE FA CUP. 548
FOOTBALL : Connolly finds all emotions collide in zany Stratford run; Colin Stoner on a young defender for whom the pitch is but life's stage. 340
FOOTBALL : Defender Tank sole survivor in 17-year Leamington gap. 511
FOOTBALL : Merson's men need to clip wings of Swans dangermen; Walsall v Swansea City COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 364
FOOTBALL : Revenge not on Jones' agenda; THE CHAMPIONSHIP Cardiff City v Wolverhampton Wanderers. 848
FOOTBALL : Robson rules out Carter for debut against Blues. 513
FOOTBALL : Solano blow for O'Leary. 407
FOOTBALL : Warnock factor fails to unsettle Adams' passion to blunt Blades; Sheffield United v Coventry City. 547
Football: City to dig deep for tough trip; NATIONWIDE NORTH. 254
FOOTBALL: The friendliest of rivals; Today's derby will provide a litmus test for the season ahead, says Hyder Jawad. 739
Football: Watkiss happy to land Heslop; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 517
From bottle tops to awards. 307
Golf: Delightful, and Ruddy hard, too. 1123
Golf: Easy mover Donald shares lead. 826
Golf: Rose keen to blossom on home soil to achieve Ryder Cup dream. 414
HANDSWORTH RIOTS : When the city burned; Next week is the 20th anniversary of the Handsworth Riots. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves looks back at the events that shook a city to its core on September 9, 1985. 1157
Heatlands may use MRSA killer. 191
Heavy cost of law firm's mistakes. 672
HOMES & GARDENS : Add a mallow touch to your garden this autumn. 508
HOMES & GARDENS : Hot plants for cooler climes; Just back from your hols and fancy a Med look in the garden? Hannah Stephenson shows you how. 548
HOMES & GARDENS: Garden cuttings : EVIL VINE WEEVIL. 227
HOMES & GARDENS: Garden cuttings : GARDENING CHORES. 112
HOMES & GARDENS: Garden cuttings : LEARN NEW SKILLS. 110
Imagination is the real mother of invention; Trevor Baylis, former stuntman, water escapologist, swimming pool salesman and the inventor of the clockwork radio, is encouraging more children to get involved in engineering this weekend. He tells Emma Pinch why everyone has an invention in them. 741
JOHN BRIGHT: Who's game for a larf. 1234
Kitten sentence. 99
Leisure: Perfect peace along canal; Roy Davenport, a member of, takes us on a walk in Shackerstone. 540
Leisure: Weave through history; Shackerstone and its environs are steeped in history. Just sit back and enjoy a journey through time, says Travel Editor Paul Groves. 613
Letter: Drigg danger. 99
Letter: Missing the point about Max. 312
Letter: No need for alarm at Hall Green. 204
Literary lawyer's tale of sexy briefs. 338
Man dies after burglary. 168
MARKET REPORT: In the red after late fright. 406
Market share on up for ad giant. 492
Millionaire dies while surfing. 246
NHS cash crisis may lead to job cuts. 273
NHS waiting lists the shortest for 17 years. 193
NIGHT SKY FOR SEPTEMBER: Fading summer days herald bright nights for star-gazers; 150 years ago controversy surrounding the discovery of the planet Neptune threatened to divide the astronomical community, says Birmingham Astronomical Society. 954
ODDS & EVENS: Derby goals a sure-fire banker. 539
Ottakar's snubs possible HMV bid. 266
Out of date passport sparks checks row. 293
Overhaul brings turnaround. 202
PERSONAL FINANCE : A slice of your own dreams; Jane Hall looks at whether football shares will be winning the financial league come next May. 1585
PERSONAL FINANCE : Enjoying the benefits of a diverse investment portfolio. 400
Personal Finance: Currency conversion failings. 160
Personal Finance: Hidden cost of insurance. 200
Personal Finance: Living for today is the priority. 333
Personal Finance: The red light on energy efficiency; Consumers want cheaper energy and a clean planet. Mark Clare, managing director of British Gas, explains what energy companies are doing to try to ensure we get both. 778
PERSPECTIVE : IRON ANGLE: Walkabout fails to shed light on mystery of the metro; LOCAL GOVERNMENT WITH A SLANT. 490
PERSPECTIVE : Nobody ever said I was a bad MP; He was one of the fiercest critics of the IRA and lived to see them finally lay down their arms Chris Moncrieff looks at the extraordinary life of Gerry Fitt, who died yesterday. 1576
Profitable Fayrewood in offer talks. 221
Queen's racing pigeon is AWOL. 232
RACING : Chic to face the music. 259
RACING : Dettori glad to be back. 615
RACING : Dr Dash has perfect speedy prescription. 187
Racing: Marching Song set to conquer. 469
Roll up, roll up, come and visit the one and only Hemming Hall of Fame. 413
Royal Mail Group. 290
Spy camera raiders jailed for 'cunning' burglaries. 413
SUFFOLK PUNCH: Safeguarding a rare breed. 804
Surprise as output pushes up growth. 434
Theme. 187
Too many people fail in start-ups. 109
Toyota steps up the pressure in race for pole position. 464
TRAVEL : A saucy delight; Chocolate and beef?It may sound suspect but it tastes delicious, as John Revill discovered on a trip to Shropshire. 729
TRAVEL: GREAT ESCAPES: A tour around some of the best deals on the market; This week's round-up of great deals, local departures and special breaks includes. 733
TRAVEL: Italy's secret heart revealed; Italy remains a favourite with travellers but there are still some parts of the country that have escaped the tourist hordes, as Jo Travis reluctantly explains. 1289
Trio arrested near EU summit base. 159
Troubled Rentokil takeover on hold. 326
Vicar prepares to take on lingerie queen. 297
Villains hoping to dodge jail should avoid Warwicks. 329
VOICES : Bostin, ay it, aar kid; A major exploration of how we talk has concluded regional accents are alive and well. Chief Feature Writer and Kairdiffian Paul Groves joins the celebrations. 1108
VOICES : Why accents speak louder than words. 272
Woman admits hiding her babies' bodies. 161

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