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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 21, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
'Miracle' escape as tree smashes down on train. 479
ABB asbestos bid backfires. 339
Action could hit water supplies. 194
Air France switch on Birmingham to Paris services. 361
Ambulance firm closes after police 'harassment'. 355
Amec pounds 95m share sale. 279
Anniversaries. 123
Archive. 207
Baby-death tragedy was doctor's second. 575
Bang the drum for Brum. 430
Birmingham Post comment: Acting wet. 253
Birmingham Post comment: Jaguar could be on track to catch the rest. 383
Birmingham Post comment: Star city. 162
Blair warned on court comments. 413
Bmi action plan is set for take-off. 340
Bringing the house down. 155
Busy route is closed for works. 201
Casino on target. 145
Constituency is knocked for six. 150
Crash brings memories of 1955 horror. 544
Cricket: Hondo ruins Bangladesh bid. 184
Cricket: India to stage appeal match. 216
Cricket: Vaughan targets genuine triumph. 813
Crime swoop nails bus criminals. 162
Crumbling cathedrals given pounds 1m boost. 377
Culture: A quiet triumph of British intensity. 1456
Culture: New Gone with Wind ? Mike Davies reviews the new cinema releases. 1303
Death certificates for missing Brits. 517
Digital sales set to boost Kesa group profits. 269
Driver filmed on phone not to appeal. 138
Enterprise clings on to festive profits. 270
Finance services turn Premier Ford losses into profit. 448
Football: Adams set to take over at Sky Blues. 219
Football: Barton quits Worcester job. 398
Football: In brief. 127
Football: Mellberg puts Villa on alert. 649
Football: Merson won't let Taylor go. 408
Football: Ndah struck by another setback. 461
Football: Pitmen manager demands repeat; SOUTHERN PREMIER. 314
Football: Robson excited by new arrival. 696
Football: Survival is initial target for Lazaridis. 309
Football: Sutton strikers can fill the gap; SOUTHERN ONE WEST. 303
Football: Vassell setback puts pressure on O'Leary to buy. 524
GOLF: In brief. 114
Government re-think on relief road. 186
Henderson's profits dip after trial delays. 200
High noon for Bush. 537
Hotels weather loan rate rises. 280
House price dark cloud on economic horizon. 885
Housing market reviving. 426
Increased costs hit Delphi hard. 223
Industry ready for Midlands staff surge. 422
Keep our suburb on the right road. 443
Land Rover wins car of the year. 202
Laura Ashley sees new slump. 278
Lawyer quits to give bosses job advice. 525
Legal & finance: A pounds 300m windfall... 230
Legal & finance: Compensation calm. 203
Legal & finance: Cutting sick pay 'may cure malingering'. 450
Legal & finance: EC health law may hurt. 140
Legal & finance: Home may not be so sweet. 432
Legal & finance: How Claire's big mistake proved a winner. 251
Legal & finance: Jump before you are pushed on workers' rights, firms are urged. 205
Legal & finance: Landlords face tenants trouble. 155
Legal & finance: Legislation hits the brakes. 599
Legal & finance: New quartet is on song for Wilkes. 223
Legal & finance: Pension law may hit new takeovers. 266
Legal & finance: Plans for European harmony in exams. 306
Legal & finance: Solicitor calls for change in speeding-ban explosion. 329
Legal & finance: Will money-laundering laws actually stop crime? The jury is still out. 534
Letter: Don't stop your trip, ours was great; Tsunami. 250
Letter: Fears over Milton Keynes growth. 285
Letter: First class rugby. 106
Letter: New Jag not that great. 170
Luminar sheds light on sliding sales. 296
MARKET REPORT: BP downgrading adds to trading gloom. 461
Michelin stars for Simpson's and Jessica's. 236
Midlands is most optimistic. 305
MK boom gives Brum an opening. 597
Motoring: Audi goes forward with the Avant. 257
Motoring: Laser ban will hit 500,000 motorists. 263
Motoring: Now get touring with Suzuki's adventurer. 430
Motoring: Suffering winter driving disorder? 333
Motoring: Topless Swede is more than a match for BMW. 952
Nine hurt in revenge attack on UK base. 283
Perspective: It's a man eat dog world - or soon will be; A nation of animal lovers? Alun Thorne's not so sure. 527
Perspective: Leaving a party but retaining one's ideals. 560
Perspective: Peacemaker versus the warmonger; As one war-loving President is inaugurated, Alison Jones speaks to another with peace on his mind. 1275
Police act on go-ped riders. 104
POST DEBATE: And what do you do for your pounds 200,000? Do we know what MEPs do in the continental corridors of power? Do we even need them? Political Editor Jonathan Walker considers the issues while two West Midlands Euro-MPs give their verdicts. 921
Post People: Clubbing at Hidden. 111
pounds 3.9m cash injection gets New Street Station plan on track. 344
pounds 338m needed for Brum schools. 541
Provost takes the Dickens of a job. 269
PSA chief predicts lift in Euro car sales. 180
Racing: Stoute has Motive for memorable day. 585
Residential Property: Farmyard conversions. 440
Residential Property: Flying start for exclusive scheme. 437
Residential Property: For What it's Worth; 17th century roots link three of this week's price band neighbours, each available between pounds 445,000 and pounds 500,000. There is a Welsh retreat that was once a hunting lodge, a timber-framed school house and a former weaver's shop in Shakespeare Country. Or, one might prefer something a little newer - with six bedrooms, suggests Marsya Lennox. 922
Residential Property: Glimpse of historic social climbing. 585
Residential Property: Long-term investment. 554
Residential Property: Lucrative holiday retreats. 558
Residential Property: New post at Accord. 116
Residential Property: New post at Chord. 112
Residential Property: Realistic optimism for strong demand. 653
Residential Property: Trio of luxury homes at Balsall Common. 243
Residential Property: Young see renting as only option. 573
Residential Property:A healthy transformation at St Edwards Park. 244
Robbie will keep the lawmen in order. 214
Rover denies 'Chinese takeaway'. 352
Rugby Union: Buy the Bees for pounds 1. 619
Rugby Union: Sale urge fixtures rethink. 191
Rugby Union: Stourbridge hoping revival will stand test of time. 588
Sales glee for L&G. 305
Seconds out, for 2005's big buyouts. 543
Soaraway Debenhams. 517
Tate supremo to stage Stratford revival. 316
Tennis: Henman ready to end hoodoo; TENNIS: AUSTRALIAN OPEN. 655
Tennis: Relieved Hewitt survives Blake test; ROUND-UP. 206
Tennis: Rusedski beaten but unbowed on top 20 target. 397
THE ALEXANDER CLARKE CASE: Alexander's birth not exceptional, says consultant. 438
THE ALEXANDER CLARKE CASE: No one listened to me and my daughter was born with injuries. 300
THE ALEXANDER CLARKE CASE: The sadness of silence. 566
THE ALEXANDER CLARKE CASE: Watson did it to my baby, too, says mum. 336
Theme. 174
Tom makes pounds 30m in Aggregate deal. 492
UKIP has no policies, no energy, no vision, says departing Kilroy. 460
United in grief for tragic family. 392
We count too, say Ripper victims. 296
We do care about our injured soldiers. 289
We're all treading water - waiting for something to go wrong. 499
Yorke's robber faces trial delay. 251

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