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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 9, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A classic taste of Italy evening. 323
A wake and a week in the Yorkshire Dales with real food, to boot. 557
Anniversaries. 116
Archive. 241
ATHLETICS: Williams storms in with lightning run. 261
ATHLETICS: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS : East sees British hopes go west; THE BRITONS. 475
ATHLETICS: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS : Malcolm and Devonish look to fly the flag; 200 METRES. 496
Balti belt calls for help after tornado misery. 571
Birmingham Post Comment: Raising the bar. 313
Birmingham Post Comment: Tornado could be opportunity for Balti Belt. 402
Birmingham Post Comment: Towels at dawn. 91
Black Country towers to fall. 184
City winning battle against the gun. 468
Cook's love was the 'greatest gift. 522
CRICKET : Aussie paceman Lee in hospital. 176
CRICKET : Cumbes' spin warning; THE ASHES. 675
CRICKET : NZ rush to Harare victory. 278
CRICKET : Rejuvenated Jones turns on doubters. 567
Crude oil price rises and import charges push up material costs. 472
CULTURE : The seagull has landed; Terry Grimley explains why a Birmingham pop genius is suddenly London's hottest property. 1322
CULTURE : Three Choirs comes of age in fantastic style; Three Choirs Festival Worcester Cathedral. 297
CULTURE : Two for one meals at Blue Mango. 325
Cutting crime pays residents and firms. 347
Derelict canalside site spruced up for another new mission. 246
Discovery set for re-entry. 663
DLB Building. 113
Dog shot during late night skirmish outside city centre club. 293
Don't label us, says Mahmood. 481
E-BUSINESS : A Flickr of a great idea to make your browser work harder. 491
E-BUSINESS : A new and effective strain of electronic global marketing. 497
E-BUSINESS : A safer way to protect ID data. 415
E-BUSINESS : A site for sore card users. 165
E-BUSINESS : AOL's surf and speak service. 402
E-BUSINESS : Flying south for the winner. 797
E-BUSINESS : Green alert to website diversions. 998
E-BUSINESS : Invoice in your favour - don't pay pounds 12 million. 366
E-BUSINESS : Kingston nets a lucrative double. 285
Ethnic minorities' picnic in country. 244
Father turns into fireball at barbecue. 240
Firms can grab gold at Olympics. 275
Football: Czech who could bring balance; THE PREMIERSHIP: Clock is ticking as Aston Villa seek right combination Hyder Jawad on why Milan Baros may be a boon for Kevin Phillips. 1211
Football: Ferdinand signs big new contract. 411
Football: Hoddle calls for caution over Eagles; COCA COLA CHAMPIONSHIP Wolverhampton Wanderers v Crystal Palace. 660
Football: Hughes rallies Sky Blues for latest away-day; Millwall v Coventry City. 368
Football: Keane kept in reserve. 242
Football: Redknapp may turn to Morrison. 392
Football: Reds talk tough on Baros. 776
Football: Westwood is fired up over Walsall chance; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE Walsall v Nottingham Forest. 313
Height of luxury on Broad St. 458
Homeserve serves up the bubbly for staff. 199
Hospital infections triple patients' length of stay. 362
Housing market cooling gradually. 343
IN BRIEF: CRICKET. 155
IN BRIEF: CRICKET. 215
IN BRIEF: SPEEDWAY. 158
Intandem signs up in pounds 1.8m partnership to develop twenty new films. 361
Japan PM calls election. 87
Le Bon and his crew break out bubbly after passing the danger point. 381
Letter: A chance to improve our daily lives. 174
Letter: Airborne tax is the real culprit. 153
Letter: Which one would you choose. 168
Letter: You're killing their hearts and hopes. 354
Marconi confirms talks. 583
MARKET REPORT: London boosted by oil and banking news. 512
Maxima hits the jackpot. 391
McCartney sisters lend their support. 380
Mettis lands Airbus deal. 447
MG Rover workers 'lack right skills. 408
Middle East fears hit price of crude. 262
Miracle escape for little Yusuf in road horror. 360
Morgan Sindall building success. 543
OFT confirms Beatties deal won't be referred. 223
Oil-for-food chief accused of accepting bribes. 498
Pat Murphy: ASHES BURNING BRIGHT. 773
Pat Murphy: Flintoff is the perfect role model to inspire the nation. 415
Pat Murphy: MacGill can be an ace in the hole for Australians. 414
PERSPECTIVE : Cordiale with my entente, please garcon. 567
PERSPECTIVE : How much more British would you like us to be; Government Minister Hazel Blears has suggested re-branding ethnic minorities in an effort to strengthen their ties to the UK. Birmingham Post News Editor Mo Ilyas asks what's in a label. 1128
Peter Jennings, the face of ABC, is dead. 200
Police special takes on force over constable job rejection. 440
POST PEOPLE : Deloitte Destination Midlands Dinner. 139
POST PEOPLE : Ricoh Arena Countdown. 166
pounds 1m for councillors' expenses. 228
Prescott is tour guide for family. 360
Primary school test results 'set to fail. 270
Racing: Johnston now ready with his star Attraction. 341
Retailers say more cuts are needed. 245
RUGBY UNION : Farrell and Gomarsall feature in England elite squad. 359
RUGBY UNION : Tana Umaga. 94
RURAL MATTERS : Appealing markets. 95
RURAL MATTERS : Fears over milk output. 266
RURAL MATTERS : Hawkman brings life to the city. 287
RURAL MATTERS : Is country just for rich whites. 623
RURAL MATTERS : New green spaces. 149
RURAL MATTERS : pounds 30m investment in rural jobs. 162
RURAL MATTERS : Ragwort warning to land owners. 240
RURAL MATTERS : Solving puzzle of building more houses to bring prices down. 474
Soldier erased from war memorial - for surviving. 284
St Modwen moves to Quinton. 157
Stanley Leisure to return pounds 330m to shareholders. 190
Stratford named as top town. 144
Student gets life for sex murder. 344
Sub-drama sailors describe conditions. 332
Sudan 1 alert in county. 106
Swapping Chardonnay for tense stage thriller. 590
TA needs to sell itself as a training package to recruit. 351
Talks over Iranian nuclear scheme. 305
Theme. 178
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Do you know someone special. 288
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Gurdev's power of song; An inspirational woman is the first winner of a Thrive Award. Gurdev Kaur shows remarkable devotion to enhancing the lives of women and their families. Thrive takes a look at one woman's efforts that make the difference. 482
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Professionals take up the Stoford Challenge. 233
Towels on sunbeds 'not legally binding. 184
Tractor fan's 'hobby' pays for warehouse. 336
Troops on Rock and a hard place; While a fortnight by the Med is nothing out of the ordinary for thousands of Midland people, it is unlikely to be anything like the trip enjoyed by 100 or so volunteers from the Territorial Army's 35 Signal Regiment. Reporter Emma Pinch and photographer Jason Skarratt joined them to check out their summer break with a difference. 744
Visteon in the red. 200
Volunteer assaulted helpless patient. 299
Want to get rid of a body? Ask a librarian. 216
WAR ON TERROR : Apology over football taunts. 210
WAR ON TERROR : Blair's 'shaky' terror response. 662
WAR ON TERROR : Britain revises travel advice for Saudi. 307
WAR ON TERROR : British al Qaida suspect 'tried to set up US terror camp. 388
WAR ON TERROR : Failed suicide bomb plot suspects in court. 443
WAR ON TERROR : Lack of CCTV hampers inquiry. 296
WAR ON TERROR : Reforms 'could cripple police. 244
WAR ON TERROR : Surgeon stoned by gang. 184
West Mids' economy strong start to second half. 423
Why French fail to appreciate fine wine. 190
Woodward Foodservice. 226
Zenith up to new heights. 103

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