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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 29, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
'Lady in the Lake' killer gets life. 683
'Obsessed' detective loses court battle. 392
Almost child's play. 124
Anniversaries. 108
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: Collecting diary. 147
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: In the mood for nostalgia; Harry Hawkes relives memories of air raid sirens and war time blackouts in the middle of Warwickshire's countryside tonight. 917
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: Sky's the limit for Kennedy magic; By Richard Edmonds. 377
APPOINTMENTS: Lord on move to property group. 609
APPOINTMENTS: Tax deadline day: Don't let Gordon take more than he needs to. 536
Archive. 172
ATHLETICS: Home-town start as Lewis-Francis embarks on glory trail. 597
BAA sees passenger numbers rise again. 266
BAE finds pounds 633m on its radar. 238
Ban protesters to 'keep on hunting'. 534
Bingo! pounds 275m for shareholders. 184
Birmingham Post Comment: Coroner's care home questions need answers. 398
Birmingham Post Comment: Light-fingered. 80
Birmingham Post Comment: Pointing the way. 306
Blair warns IRA to quit crime spree. 159
BOOK REVIEW: 'Typhoon' captures joy of touring; In the Eye of the Typhoon By Frank 'Typhoon' Tyson Parrs Wood Press price: pounds 14.00 (saving pounds 6 on rrp). 442
BOOKS: CHILDREN'S BOOKS: Jayne Howarth recommends the latest in children's literature. 190
BOOKS: REVIEWS: Life journey of the monk and a satirist; Father Joe by Tony Hendra, Hamish Hamilton, pounds 16.99. 924
BOOKS: REVIEWS: Sharon And My Mother-In-Law by Saud Amiry, Granta Books, pounds 12.99. 233
BOOKS: REVIEWS: The Icarus Girl, by Helen Oyeyemi, Bloomsbury, pounds 16.99. 247
BOOKS: Ripley's Crime File. 520
BOOKS: Riveting history of a couple who were born to boogie; Everybody Dance: Chic and the Politics of Disco by Daryl Easlea. Helter Skelter, pounds 14. 517
Botox parties a thing of the past as Government clamps down on 'botch jobs'. 223
Britain opens the polls as Iraqis make history. 496
Bush ready to order partial pullout. 261
BUSINESS OF SPORT: Ferrari deal key in Ecclestone's battle for control. 869
BUSINESS PROFILE Terry driven by frustration; Ian Halstead meets Nick Terry, the managing director of communications specialist Top Banana. 1668
CD REVIEWS: Antonin Dvorak: Cypresses - Timothy Robinson (tenor), Graham Johnson (piano), Delme String Quartet (SOMMCD 236) pounds 13.99. 297
CD REVIEWS: JAZZ CDS: Upwards and onwards with one of the true innovators; JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK. 434
CD REVIEWS: JAZZ CDS: Various - People Get Ready (Warner Jazz 5046743512) pounds 9.99. 400
CD REVIEWS: Scritti Politti - Early (Rough Trade) pounds 13.99. 501
CD REVIEWS: Symphonies lacking originality; Wellesz: Symphonies 1 & 8; Symphonic Epilogue - Vienna RSO/Rabl (cpo 999 998-2) pounds 10.99. 321
CD REVIEWS: The politics of pop; Arthur Russell - World of Echo (Rough Trade) pounds 13.99. 363
Charles: Our debt to medics. 183
China puts its import ore in. 818
Clifford Jones: When childhood dreams are realised in middle age. 1237
Consultant faces inquiry after baby died six weeks after birth. 238
Coroner's care home concerns. 526
Cotter's inquiry proposal. 182
Cricket: Bears keep powder dry over switch. 170
Cricket: Pietersen talk show. 601
Does he who dares, win? In sport it is a virtue, in business it is synonymous with success: is our competitive streak what keeps the human race alive, or what will kill us in the end? Jo Ind investigates. 2315
Ellen on course to become a record breaker. 148
Ex-minister dies in attack. 158
Football: 'Resilient' Borough handed West Country challenge; SOUTHERN PREMIER. 325
Football: Absence of rich investor prevents Villa rivalling Premiership's best. 710
Football: Albion building confidence. 714
Football: Albion building confidence; WEST BROMWICH ALBION v TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR. 731
Football: Back in the Hunt: Hawthorns star finds paradise in life after football. 386
Football: Blame the players not boss Merson declares Emblen; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE Walsall v Huddersfield Town. 593
Football: Blues gamble on Bellamy. 907
Football: Blues' flawed genius; Chief Feature Writer Hyder Jawad on what might face Steve Bruce a week after Savage era ended. 1075
Football: Bookies homing in on Chelsea; ODDS & EVENS. 553
Football: Brown hoping crisis is easing. 239
Football: Bruce faces up to richer rivals. 924
Football: Cowan in demand. 112
Football: Cunnington and Jackson show interest in Worcester; NATIONWIDE NORTH. 324
Football: Cunnington and Jackson show interest in Worcester; NATIONWIDE NORTH. 346
Football: Guv'nor thrilled to prove a point; FA CUP Arsenal v Wolverhampton Wanderers. 874
Football: Hallam sees Bedworth starlet Cummins League club target; SOUTHERN ONE WEST. 290
Football: Harriers face key battle for survival; LEAGUE TWO Cambridge United v Kidderminster Harriers. 386
Football: Henchoz joins Celtic as Anelka leaves City; TRANSFER NEWS ROUND-UP. 1819
Football: Hoddle talks up Highbury chances. 314
Football: Noble Cooper lets Colkin depart; NON-LEAGUE NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 469
Football: Old boys rally to Moors' cause after blaze. 573
Football: Operation only cure for Dunn. 288
Football: Positive City scent upset. 722
Football: Reds close door on Smith departure; UNIBOND ONE. 205
Football: Robson keen to smash unfair transfer window; WEST BROMWICH ALBION v TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR. 544
Football: Sangha targets old team-mates after switch. 465
Football: Upson's ugly way to deal with Chelsea's pretty boys; Chelsea v Birmingham City (Tomorrow, 4pm). 557
Frozen food is favourite grocery invention. 182
Gay boss wins pounds 35,000 after office homophobia. 187
GOLF: Dougherty upstages Montgomie. 703
Harriet finds a liver donor. 280
Haynes enjoying chapter. 186
HEALTH: Fears over food? That's nothing new. 196
HEALTH: Is it a cold or is it flu - and when must you seek medical attention ? It appears to be the bug of choice in winter. Gabrielle Fagan goes in search of the truth about flu. 878
HEALTH: It can only get better; Last Monday was supposedly the most depressing day of the year, according to scientists. So why do some of us feel SAD all winter, asks Paul Groves and Emma Pomfret. 1054
HEALTH: Leafing through life's problems; We are not always good at seeking helpful advice from friends and families, which could explain the success of self-help guides. Gabrielle Fagan investigates. 783
HEALTH: Sewing costumes is hardest skill of all; Multi-skilling tends to come naturally to many parents but Rachael Crofts finds that costume-making tops the list of tricky skills. 535
HEALTH: Window opens wider on the spectacular cosmos; Birmingham Astronomical Society reports on the night sky for February. 894
HOCKEY: Harborne are fined for exit. 484
HOMES & GARDENS: Courtly love in the garden; In the first of an occasional series on British gardens through history, Anne Jennings looks at how outdoor spaces were tackled in medieval times. 1018
HOMES & GARDENS: How to get the right landscaper for you. 438
HOMES & GARDENS: Make your garden a winter haven for birds and wildlife. 612
How Ken the Pen was pipped. 292
I was a policeman's policeman - Sir John. 201
Inquest adjourned on man who died two weeks after arrest. 209
Jane raises pounds 1m - and calls it a day. 325
Landsbanki wants to snap up stockbroker. 129
Lennon the Scouse 'tealeaf'. 113
Letter: 4x4 debate. 148
Letter: Chain gang. 325
Letter: Green ideas. 233
Letter: Woman of property. 233
Liberty's nightclub tycoon is dead. 221
Maiden advertise poorer profits. 273
MARKET REPORT: Caution over Iraq election sees FTSE dip into the red. 429
McAleese in 'Nazi' apology. 155
MG workers asked if they want to relocate to Shanghai. 362
Mortgage declines signal slowdown. 433
New Millennium Point boss promises bright future. 411
Nice man of rock Capaldi dies at 60. 689
NOP looking for pounds 205m sell off? 136
OAP dragged. 86
Omagh prisoner Murphy walks free. 268
PASTIMES: Code-breaking mission; Chris Upton reveals all in the second part of his Shugborough Hall mystery monument report. 890
PASTIMES: Where the dinosaurs roamed . . . 846
PERSONAL FINANCE: A safe way to test the market. 527
Personal Finance: Chipping away at new PIN. 304
PERSONAL FINANCE: Investors uncertain on equity markets. 216
Personal Finance: Paws for thought on cost of veterinary treatment. 227
PERSONAL FINANCE: Raising the roof for new buyers. 564
Personal Finance: Retaining MMO2 shares. 307
Personal Finance: Shopping for investments the easy way. 915
PERSONAL FINANCE: Storm warnings in FSA's financial forecast. 727
PERSPECTIVE: Standing up for the Class of '89-'90; Still facing possible retribution from fundamentalists over his part in Jerry Springer - the Opera, Stewart Lee is going back to his roots in stand-up comedy, writes Terry Grimley. 758
PERSPECTIVE: Teenage thugs? They're tomorrow's taxpayers; With damning crime surveys and thoughtless royals, it has not been a good January for the nation's youth. Hannah Watson makes a case for the defence. 577
Poirier double as Blaze take lead. 218
Pooh, Tigger and Woodland Trust. 160
Pornographer downloaded 42,000 images of children. 358
Porsche can't keep them all happy. 251
pounds 30 billion deal is the best Gillette can get. 669
Racing: Grey Abbey can repeat leading role. 515
Racing: The Kew Tour heads Smith's Chase hopes. 312
Reviews: Masterclass from distinguished Academy; Academy of Ancient Music Barber Institute. 278
Reviews: Poignant night; Jacqueline du Pre Tribute Symphony Hall. 361
Rhythm ran deep in his Italian blood. 230
Rita closes the net on long lost foster brother. 641
RUGBY UNION: Bournbrook trio merit call-up. 435
RUGBY UNION: Fresh blood fortifies Nuns. 210
RUGBY UNION: HEALTHY RETURN; It's not about revenge, the Warriors' Springbok tells Brian Dick Delport focused on Worcester ahead of Kingsholm reunion. 1039
RUGBY UNION: McDonald handed crucial role for Moseley's 'semi-final' NATIONAL DIVISION TWO. 444
RUGBY UNION: Robinson improves England hopes; SIX NATIONS. 424
RUGBY UNION: Saints braced for test at Sale; ZURICH PREMIERSHIP. 537
RUGBY UNION: Transformation pleases cold-caller Wirachowski. 837
RUGBY UNION: When Warriors 'arrived' in Premiership. 705
Smiths' deals are paying off. 279
TENNIS: GOOD BUT NOT THAT GOOD; Tim Henman deserves our praise, not our sympathy, argues Hyder Jawad. 1010
TENNIS: Hewitt halfway to dream night to remember; AUSTRALIAN OPEN. 780
TENNIS: Tears flow as Molik takes title. 114
The bubbly wife who lost her sparkle. 414
Theme. 192
Top banker jailed after pounds 2 million betting con. 269
Train strike hits buffers. 87
TRAVEL: Cottage idyll is a shore thing; The idyllic seaside cottage is central to the 'getting away from it all' dreams of many. The National Trust is looking to help people realise the dream, as Travel Editor Paul Groves explains. 768
Travel: Tackling tourist invasion; Is 2005 the year we all begin to travel more responsibly, asks Travel Editor Paul Groves. 1240
Travel: THE GREAT ESCAPE: A tour around some of the best deals on the market. 694
Tributes to city charity stalwart. 270
University to build mental health unit. 135
Video X-factor helps Microsoft double its quarterly profits. 442
Villa win cup without kicking a ball! 257
We'll fight on to save Charlotte. 685
Where have all the Brum rockers gone? 322

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