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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 4, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
'It was a bit like being in a movie. 263
98[bar] death pensioner 'neglected. 834
A classic taste of Italy evening. 350
Adidas and Reebok join forces to take on mighty Nike. 350
Appeal off to flying start. 103
ATHLETICS: In brief. 154
Australians snub Brum school posts. 246
Beckham wins nanny 'hate campaign' libel case. 226
Biggest one-month fall in shop prices for eight years. 596
Birmingham bed blocking reaches crisis point. 361
Birmingham Post comment: Integration revolution has begun. 378
Birmingham Post comment: Spaceman Cyril. 110
Birmingham Post comment: The easy option. 306
Breast cancer genes claim. 308
Brit held over fake passport scam. 103
Bullring 'bustling' after terror alert. 504
Carmakers' losses surprise analysts. 545
Charity in HQ appeal. 505
Cleared student faces huge bill after hoaxing trial. 402
Closures 'fail to hit AIB. 464
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Beware repair obligations. 554
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Catesby Park seeks to fill last places. 145
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Hortons' Estate in fifth purchase. 292
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Hunters eyes Irish sites in city. 198
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Occupiers snap up industrial units. 273
Coroner's vow to halt inquest delays. 414
Coven offers comfort for young professionals. 308
Cricket: Bears batsmen ruin Ntini's day; First day: Warwickshire trail Middlesex by 261 runs with six first-innings wickets intact. 862
Cricket: Pitch is key to gamble of toss. 870
Cricket: Pressure piling up on Giles. 219
Cricket: Rhodes excited at reviving Worcestershire. 647
Cricket: Unscathed Vaughan's battle cry. 614
Culture: CD REVIEWS: Mendelssohn: Complete organ works, Volumes 1 & 2 - Jennifer Bate (Somm SOMMCD 050/051) pounds 11.99. 271
Culture: CD REVIEWS: Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto - Joshua Bell, Berlin Philharmonic, Tilson Thomas (SONY Classical SH 94829) pounds 12.99 HH HHH. 289
Culture: Charming flutes and sweet violins. 782
Culture: Herbie rides again; Mike Davies and Alison Jones review the week's new cinema releases. 1968
Culture: Young gun goes for it; Mike Davies chimes in with Jamie Bell. 1477
Culture: Youthful virtuosity of the highest degree; National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain Forum Theatre, Malvern. 277
Customs officer guilty of threatening behaviour. 404
Cyanide theft appeal. 130
Decorated Commando Association disbands. 228
Drivers on the to hell; M6 road. 257
Earth air 'escaped to the Moon. 200
Estate's rural boost. 259
Father's joy after special spine op. 266
Football: Albion lose Richardson. 639
Football: Butt medical crucial for Birmingham and England. 614
Football: In brief. 87
Football: Keeping top pupil test for Merson; ONE TO WATCH: MATTY FRYATT. 310
Football: Osborn wants Walsall to be top-six contenders. 363
Football: St Mary's boardroom split stopped Hoddle return to Saints. 551
Football: Will the real Saddlers please stand up; Brian Dick assesses Walsall's prospects for the new season. 704
Four rooms for Coventry hotel. 161
Future hope after the pain of bereavement. 741
German baby death police hunt for more. 303
Gloves off as fight for BPB turns hostile. 470
Golf: Enville, a superior Woburn, tops Staffordshire Quartet. 787
Golf: Happy Monty full of hope. 999
Golf: Relaxed Stupples targets Cup slot. 288
Graphics company in pounds 1m takeover. 413
Halma cheered by recent trading. 209
Hanson builds healthy rise in profits. 451
Inspiration and the personal touch needed to rescue struggling SMEs. 599
Interest in Tiny assets. 114
Jet ski tragedy ends in court. 554
Jones growth built on Brum. 436
Just part of the future furniture. 403
Land Rover escapes ad rap. 89
Letter: All that, and look at his smile. 81
Letter: Going underground was always reckless. 298
Letter: Going underground was always reckless. 157
Letter: Going underground was always reckless. 177
London bombs charge. 91
MANUFACTURING: Brock goes into European market with new ingots range. 449
MANUFACTURING: Byron plugs the gap with remote. 415
MANUFACTURING: R&D tax relief take-up is poor. 543
MANUFACTURING: Talbott's powering Britain...by grass. 648
Marconi reports losses but insists the slide has stabilised. 259
MARKET REPORT: Late oil-fuelled flurry lifts shares yet again. 459
MBO saves jobs at plastics moulder. 265
Meet Snuppy, the world's first cloned puppy. 307
Mission accomplished. 689
Mowlam critically ill. 104
Murder hunt Briton in Thai hospital. 193
Murdered girl's mother detained in visa row. 537
New face at 999 NHS trust. 169
NHS waiting list target could be missed. 359
Pair on way home to face axe murder quiz. 549
Passengers in miracle jet escape. 592
Perspective: Integration in society is down to us all to achieve. 542
Perspective: Let's get the Aussie party started; They're the party people of the world - and there will be thousands of them in Brum today for the second Test. But when it comes to Britain, there's only one place Aussies head for - London. As a result, says Shahid Naqvi, Birmingham is missing out. 1121
Post People: Midconsort UK Conference. 236
pounds 3.7m scheme. 90
pounds 700,000 each for Deloitte partners. 556
QinetiQ snaps up American IT firm. 250
Rachel hopes to have dead husband's baby. 557
Racing: Spectait four-timer in sight. 477
Radisson's delight at job fair candidates. 290
Reduced threat will allow base rate cut. 267
Residents' asbestos fears are allayed after city tornado. 496
Road crashes stretch Air Ambulance. 238
RUGBY LEAGUE: In brief. 103
Rugby Union: Man-mountain gets to show his softer face; Brian Dick finds World Cup- winning captain Martin Johnson building a new life in retirement. 396
Ryanair gets a lift. 119
Services boom led by city. 636
Shareholders soothed after arrears rise. 483
Shutdowns and stock falls in America drive up oil to new high. 434
Space is the place for former mayor. 262
Student wage forecast. 120
Subscriber switch-on big boost for BSkyB. 446
Supermarkets miss more regulation. 316
TB tests on dead badgers shock. 306
Tennis: Jittery service hits returning Henman. 254
Third of staff not engaged at work. 327
Tolkien landmark listed for renovation. 166
University throws weight behind judo hopefuls. 133
Unwelcome development for sellers. 688
US Marines killed in attack by insurgents. 121
War on Terror: 'I love life' insists suspect. 506
War on Terror: Aswat will be deported. 98
War on Terror: Compensation an insult say families. 350
War on Terror: Muslims must integrate, says Davis. 299
War on Terror: Terrorism fears of cricketers. 287
War on Terror: Women advised to unveil. 179
We've seen it all before - and there's still no cheque in the post. 530
Working holiday for Brits. 129

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