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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 26, 2005)

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'Peace Tax Seven' lose their High Court fight. 391
'We're on red alert over phone mast resurrection. 320
A first for Lloyds as lending hits ten figures. 290
A pounds 40m shopping spree. 162
A sparkling success for De Beers. 570
Anniversaries. 93
Archive. 131
ARM clinches reed deal. 129
ATHLETICS: MLF takes up Athens team baton. 1247
Background: Nightmare over for negative equity pair. 540
Barclays takes piece of Absa. 236
Beatty to build pounds 160m complex. 164
Birmingham Post Comment: Border skirmish. 293
Birmingham Post Comment: Brum needs to jump before wheel stops. 393
Birmingham Post Comment: Neigh fever. 86
Blues fan 'not given fair trial' after riots. 426
Britain is worth pounds 5.8 trillion. 193
Britain's pounds 1m pledge for famine-hit Niger. 214
Brum casino decision delayed. 491
Brum's success shown off to Finns. 237
Building society forced to cancel pounds 30m mortgage debts. 332
Chorion. 137
City Asbos rocket as gangs cause misery. 665
Closures hit two stretches of M6. 153
CRICKET : Fletcher ignores middle ground. 388
CRICKET : Pears' flimsy foundation. 836
Cricket: Eight-wicket Muralitharan routs depleted West Indies. 326
Cricket: Should England's selectors make changes for Edgbaston? 456
CULTURE : The Beast is a classic work of beauty; The Belgrade Theatre has turned to one of the world's best-loved fairytales for this summer's spectacle in Coventry's Cathedral ruins, writes Terry Grimley. 620
CULTURE: Gifted but Kennedy's behaviour is a bovver; English Symphony Orchestra Symphony Hall. 287
Desperate pleas after Egyptian bomb blasts. 691
Dettol demand helps firm clean up. 273
DIVING : Waterfield and Taylor become Britain's first world medallists. 317
E-BUSINESS : Big prize for online awards. 634
E-BUSINESS : Broadband outstrips dial-up. 202
E-BUSINESS : Computer sales are still soaring. 275
E-BUSINESS : Estate agency switched on to sales. 218
E-BUSINESS : Exactaform is at cutting edge of technology. 387
E-BUSINESS : Forward and Future websites. 354
E-BUSINESS : Hard choice not made on software. 665
E-BUSINESS : Humber-Ashford planning expansion. 139
E-BUSINESS : Open house. 111
E-BUSINESS : Potter and the magic of the web. 350
E-BUSINESS : Why these sites are proving to be good news for all internet users. 527
E-BUSINESS : Why you may one day soon be losing at online poker to a robot. 516
Eircom to buyout Ireland's Meteor. 332
Family welcomes review of suicide murder suspect. 436
Farewell to the man who changed Europe. 638
Firm fined pounds 50,000 after teen crushed. 351
FOOTBALL : Pandiani saga tires Bruce. 608
FOOTBALL : Takeover talk rife at Magpies. 195
FOOTBALL : Walsall. 87
FOOTBALL: O'Leary laments likely departure of 'stale' Vassell. 553
FORMULA ONE: BAR seek path around Button contract. 650
Gifted children 'are not stretched. 312
Golf: McGowan maintains impressive showing. 456
Has Nanjing really got the clout to put MG Rover in the fastlane. 495
Hospital 'sorry' after patient kills herself. 335
Indentity theft on the up as cost of fraud dips. 599
Introducing the contenders. 363
ISoft spies big future. 90
Kuehne + Nagel's profits rise to pounds 58m. 177
Legal world mourns loss of leading QC. 664
Letter: After all the designs, what about the users. 210
Letter: Reader's letter. 169
Letter: Reader's letter. 108
Letter: Reader's letter. 149
Letter: Unco-ordinated and unprofessional. 203
Letter: Who'll keep Rover flag flying. 150
Lord flies into flak over airport roles. 420
Man set up fund with benefits. 149
Man shot dead outside city nightclub. 134
Market Report: Reckitt Benckiser helps FTSE drive. 483
Medic 'fell asleep during operation. 227
MoD reveals kit thefts. 117
Monsoon's cash worry after city attacks. 515
MP battles to make circus exempt from tough new licensing laws. 275
Net sales spot on for pizza profits. 568
New Rover owners Nanjing denies it will strip out Longbridge. 484
New stem cells trial in US may lead to heart attack cure. 234
No Christian blessings for gay couples. 321
No horsing around for hay fever hit Teddy. 270
Now Hanoi Jane to take on Iraq war. 171
Parents' dyslexia bid. 123
PAT MURPHY: England players were correct to exude confidence. 837
PAT MURPHY: McGrath right for New Road. 347
Pearson reports strong first half. 308
PERSPECTIVE : After the shooting, let's have talking. 594
PERSPECTIVE : The long and whinging road; Birmingham's ruling Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition spent pounds 79,500 of the public's money on a consultants' study of future options for the Central Library - but they didn't want them to read it. Terry Grimley explains why. 1008
Photographer faces jail after Diaz topless snaps forgery. 307
POST PEOPLE : Birmingham Chamber Patrons' Lunch. 163
POST PEOPLE : John Davies Interiors Golf Day. 107
Renewed momentum in UK sees Vodafone win over sceptics. 548
RESTAURANT OFFER AT THAI EDGE: Chance to enjoy a two-course meal for two for just pounds 10. 303
Riots after elections. 139
RUGBY UNION: Eddy to marry best practice. 741
RURAL MATTERS : British bees in wipeout fear over funding slash. 644
RURAL MATTERS : GM oilseed cross-breeding creates first 'superweed' in UK. 507
RURAL MATTERS : Show-off squirrels ruin ancient woodland in mating game. 428
RURAL MATTERS : TV shows misery of farmed chickens. 308
Secretary sacked me for being pregnant. 410
Shocked Britons return home. 446
Short out to strip Blair of war call. 395
Staffs AWM pounds 57.5m boost. 533
SWIMMING: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: McClatchey medal joy a family affair. 699
Teenager gang raped on Alton Towers school trip. 403
The highest bidder to conduct orchestra. 403
Theme. 180
Three into two won't go for MPs. 488
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : 'Access all Areas' day is a real eye opener. 306
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Aiming to be the heart of the community; A regional shopping centre's Corporate Social Responsibility strategy has now become part of its business plan. It is just the latest step in the management team's commitment at Touchwood in Solihull. 617
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Banks' support for CBSO enters tenth year. 255
Trust funds pounds 2m health centre. 242
Ultra's US Army deal. 144
UPS wants LYNX for pounds 55.5m. 209
WAR ON TERROR : Brazilian shot dead 'was here legally. 319
WAR ON TERROR : Britain to share data with France. 128
WAR ON TERROR : Deport those who spit hate at us, says Major. 322
WAR ON TERROR : Minister praises Midland Muslims as religions urged to stand together. 446
WAR ON TERROR : Police name capital's failed suicide bombers. 792
WAR ON TERROR : Wary commuters return to Aldgate tube station. 280
Wife killer is jailed. 207
Woolworth feels the high street heat. 534

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