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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 6, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
'Victim' of murder 'may have staged disappearance. 219
Acal posts half year figures 28pc down after tough conditions. 219
Aga snaps up pounds 2m fridge firm. 155
Airport festive strikes called off as members quit the union. 333
Anniversaries. 121
Anti-terror arrests. 116
Archive. 190
BA flying more passengers. 231
Bargains 'won't last until Christmas. 243
Best Mate hospice memorial. 275
Birmingham Post Comment: Chancellor makes the best of 'tough year. 418
Birmingham Post Comment: On thin ice. 94
Birmingham Post Comment: Park lottery. 313
Blair offers pounds 800m sacrifice to try to sort EU budget. 418
Boss hopes new Virago will rise to occasion. 552
BP China stake. 80
British firms lack eastern promise. 481
Brum gets a park - if we win lottery. 432
Brum streets so unsafe, say young women. 271
Carjack terror. 95
Celebrity chef blamed for firm's woes. 510
Challenge on savings. 82
Chinese deal worth billions to Airbus. 173
City centre rink skating on thin ice. 146
Coventry factory move could create 3,500 jobs. 631
CRICKET: India are checked by Vaas. 173
Cricket: Vaughan leaves Trescothick facing weight of history. 544
CULTURE : All I want for Christmas is a record player. 601
CULTURE : Perfect opportunity for Claire to shine; Graham Kibble-White talks weddings with Claire Goose. 999
CULTURE : Revolution revelation; Terry Grimley reviews exhibitions of contemporary art from China at Ikon Gallery and the Waterhall. 953
DARTS : Platt to face Power surge. 210
DJ killers have sentences cut. 161
E-BUSINESS : Combining expertise and contacts. 275
E-BUSINESS : Encouraging broadband use. 147
E-BUSINESS : Telewest transforms viewing habits. 622
E-BUSINESS: Fears for region's IT security. 161
E-BUSINESS: French lead Internet users. 91
E-BUSINESS: IT helps womb with a view. 544
E-BUSINESS: New VoIP phone system fits the bill. 327
E-BUSINESS: Probrand adds five dristributors to IT Index. 309
E-BUSINESS: The amorphous online encyclopedia that helps us all rewrite history. 496
E-BUSINESS: The place to be for TMT firms. 397
E-BUSINESS: Up close and personal, touching Base with Google. 579
Electrium bid to create more jobs. 294
Football: 'Under the influence' Gascoigne axed. 386
Football: Alonso misses clash. 225
Football: Ellington proving worth; THE PREMIERSHIP. 773
Football: FA probe violent scenes at Stoke. 254
FOOTBALL: Hull test of attitude for Villa luvvies; THE PREMIERSHIP. 641
Football: No defence for Blues; Birmingham City 1 West Ham United 2. 975
Football: Redknapp 'in limbo' as Saints refuse deal. 233
Football: Redmile tipped for Cup award. 152
Football: Seeding system to help England. 443
Football: Walsall boosted by trio's return; LEAGUE ONE. 404
FOOTBALL: Wolves elevation less than certain; THE CHAMPIONSHIP. 610
Galleon will now play Mysti for tweenies. 362
Gay couples name the happy day. 533
Girl shown mercy after pastor killing. 167
Go-Ahead owners for private bus company. 221
GOLF : Campbell wins European Tour player of year. 491
Great parliamentarian rremembered. 116
Growth dips and prices up. 447
Housewife delivers her neighbour's baby in living room. 226
IN BRIEF: ATHLETICS. 178
IN BRIEF: MOTORSPORT. 121
IN BRIEF: SNOOKER. 181
It looks very like another stealth tax grab by grasping Chancellor. 483
Last-ditch appeal for hospital plan rethink. 431
Letter: A local force for local people. 210
Letter: Early retirement is not an option. 333
Letter: Forgotten, not gone. 82
Letter: Holidays are ruined. 87
Letter: It is 'chest nut' the same. 122
Letter: Lesson for MPs. 112
Letter: Still no clearer. 104
Lookers to consider bidding for Reg Vardy. 281
MARKET REPORT: Gloom on Wall Street puts brakes on here. 483
Mis-selling scandal fails to hit AAM. 519
Morris dances over Seal acquisition. 455
NTL turns up the heat on BSkyB with Virgin merger proposal. 476
Official touch to Christmas. 131
PAT MURPHY: England need head start in preparations. 406
PAT MURPHY: Heroes beyond the grief culture. 436
PAT MURPHY: SIX AND OUT; O'Leary accepts that this bunch are of his making. 1136
Plea over hostages. 150
Post boss quits after new profit warning. 248
POST PEOPLE: Black Country Chamber of Commerce Banquet. 187
Pre-Budget Report : AT A GLANCE. 301
Pre-Budget Report : Civil Service job cuts row. 109
Pre-Budget Report : COMMENT: A bright new dawn over there and dollops of cold water over here. 451
Pre-Budget Report : EDUCATION: Teachers fear real struggle over school recruitment after 'pay freeze. 298
Pre-Budget Report : ELDERLY: Central heating boost for pensioners. 355
Pre-Budget Report : ENERGY: No help for Midland manufacturing again. 715
Pre-Budget Report : FILMS: Spending money to get movie money. 307
Pre-Budget Report : FUNDING: Police fears over lack of cash. 272
Pre-Budget Report : HOUSING: Moves over homes shortage meet with some mixed reactions GLOBAL WARMING Green group says chance missed on climate strategy. 928
Pre-Budget Report : LAND TAX: House prices 'will go up by pounds 9,000. 469
Pre-Budget Report : PROPERTY: Canny Brown has it bang to REITs. 423
Pre-Budget Report : SMALL FIRMS: Flexible VAT is friendly but the speech lacked substance. 494
Pre-Budget Report : TAX CREDITS: We're learning lessons on overpayment. 505
Pre-Budget Report : Tax revenue is key driver; Nigel Pickard of Deloitte reviews the winners and losers of this year's Pre-budget Report. 637
Pre-Budget Report : TRAINING: New Deal expansion welcomed. 571
Pre-Budget Report : Unapologetic Brown comes cleam at last. 973
RACING : Rimell weighing up Cheltenham option. 663
Reservoir Dogs men bagged pounds 91,000. 474
RUGBY UNION: Bees hope Olver is fit to return. 288
RUGBY UNION: Light Blues look to old heads; VARSITY MATCH. 531
RUGBY UNION: Wasps and Tigers clash in battle of Millennium; POWERGEN CUP. 482
RURAL MATTERS : Hunting for empty homes. 519
RURAL MATTERS : Recording tales of the riverbanks. 298
RURAL MATTERS : Savills on hunt for shooting grounds. 150
RURAL MATTERS : School links keep Moseley in the running; The Birmingham Post's search for the best farmers' market in the Midlands continues. Rural Affairs Reporter Sarah Probert visits the third market to be shortlisted for the Market Masters prize. 545
RURAL MATTERS : Top conservation award for family. 192
RURAL MATTERS : Your real Christmas tree could prove real expensive this year. 436
Saddam 'not afraid of execution. 352
Shires claim a funding rip-off. 488
Straw welcomes Rice assurances on US torture. 306
Suicide bomber kills five. 257
TENNIS : Fight over doubles fault. 530
The balloon goes up on police pledge to stop domestic abuse. 270
Theme. 169
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Kicking off year with Marilyn and Gala Ball. 556
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Martineau Johnson help budding entrepreneurs with enterprise. 176
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Parkridge in growing partnership with forest. 235
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Payroll giving is so easy. 272
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Santa helps Childline at Botanical Gardens. 155
Transport firm expands into driver training. 420
Umbro. 202
Uncertain times ahead as Carclo profits slump. 333
WAA snaps up internet agency. 490
Warning of tsunami 'could have saved lives. 600
Why city bus fare rise is so unfair. 367

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