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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 15, 2005)

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'Just ruddy get on with it; Business people trying to find their way in the world of Corporate Social Responsibility can get inspiration from one adventurer. Richard Wood, who quit his office job for an Atlantic adventure, revealed to Birmingham Business Breakfast Club how one person's efforts can make the difference. 654
Anniversaries. 112
Archive. 194
Army watchdog to combat bullying - MPs. 423
Beating the stranglehold of the Yanks. 588
Big discounts for seniors. 275
Big jobs boost for new city sites. 473
Birthdays - and Yoodoo nothing. 499
Bond Wolfe drops bid. 261
Bovis Homes building bigger and bigger profits. 263
Budget preview: Brown to dish up sweet and sour? 1196
Budget preview: Don't rock boat before the election; We do not want the Chancellor to rock the boat by introducing measures with an eye on the forthcoming General Election Debbie Walsh. 587
Budget preview: HMRC should not be on a mission; Bob Mitchell, chief executive of Birmingham-based Concentric Group, looks at the newly- formed HM Revenue and Customs. 472
Bytronic mission adds some fizz. 397
Children were our first casualties of Iraq war, reveals Cox. 348
Companies learn to be good neighbours. 408
Consultant wants to take the stigma out of STIs for locals. 381
Counties battered on its railways. 309
Cricket: Asian coaching leader slams Edgbaston rent rise. 791
Crucial differences for links (this time out it's not Microsoft. 621
Culture: Great 2-for-1 offer at Mango Tree; Reader offer. 292
Culture: Polwart still in the pink; Award-winning folk star Karine Polwart is coming to town on Monday. Charlie Melvin checks his diary. 1321
Culture: REVIEW Netherlands Sympyhony Orchestra Symphony Hall. 242
Dear Editor: Help beat crime for pounds 5. 194
Dear Editor: Park is our city's gateway. 165
Dear Editor: Park is our city's gateway. 115
Dear Editor: PM who rules by deceit. 146
Dear Editor: Warming to the idea of change. 117
Doctors escape Iraqi cage to learn. 346
Doctors should not prolong baby's life. 500
Family at war in battle over pounds 2 million will. 591
Family want justice for murdered Briton. 331
Football: Adams' confidence high as Coventry enter Lions' den. 309
Football: Chelsea tone riles Robson. 878
Football: Cooper hopes to avoid slaughter as Lambs travel to Scarborough without a full bench; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 247
Football: Forward-thinking Atieno in position for bright future. 315
Football: Hendrie: we are ready; Hyder Jawad finds Aston Villa's midfield terrier in upbeat mood. 756
Football: Keates plea for Harriers' support; LEAGUE TWO. 406
Football: Lowly Blues surprise to Mortimer; THE PREMIERSHIP. 740
Football: Reds bar path to Shearer dream; FA CUP. 281
Football: Reeves fills gap in Nuneaton midfield; NATIONWIDE NORTH. 122
Football: Savage hangs up career. 309
Football: Wolves desperate to translate away form into home win; THE CHAMPIONSHIP Wolverhampton Wanderers v Burnley. 613
Footsie down over fresh rate worries. 489
Foundation appointed by Trust. 143
Friends pay tribute to tragic family. 289
Greggs plans to expand. 495
Guide hopes to end lorry rat-running. 202
Halfords wheels in new chief executive. 207
Hanglider dies and another injured in separate beauty spot crashes. 202
Helping abuse victims. 166
House prices falling. 505
How viruses choke business. 176
Hughes banned from prison team. 236
Hunt on to find the best volunteers. 209
Husband 'stabbed wife in throat. 243
Images turn up heat on energy wasters. 209
Internet connection speeds and the TUC's new hours campaign. 517
Jacko trial rocked by surprise witness. 439
Judge concluding summing up. 204
Judge may name and shame corrupt activists. 349
Kuwait hospital the best in region; Health Reporter Emma Brady is with the West Midlands charity Baby Lifeline in Kuwait, where it is staging its first international conference. Yesterday delegates visited the Al Sabah Maternity Hospital where 15,000 babies are born each year. 588
Leading Article: Essential role. 297
Leading Article: Rural living threatened by sea of homes. 374
Leading Article: Thermal lesson. 110
Massive drug haul seized by detectives. 140
Meridian Line flight finder. 260
MPs insist rural rail lines must stay. 430
Mystery trio masterminded forgery of postal ballots. 423
Negative frenzy...what negative frenzy? Prices (almost) safe as houses. 489
New break in Milly inquiry. 243
No change in politics - Morris; MIDLAND We live in a time where politicians are judged by some macho thing about how much they can stand the heat Estelle Morris. 553
Pair deny killing child with salt. 512
Pat Murphy: Keegan's exit is a big loss to football. 957
Pat Murphy: Knight's shining example in face of adversity. 581
Perspective: See a blockbuster for only pounds 2 today. 203
Perspective: What price wellbeing; Next week NICE will decide whether crucial drugs to treat Alzheimer's disease will remain available on the NHS. Here one carer explains their importance. 620
Perspective: Why it's a dog's life - or a cat's come to that. 596
Phishing for the big operators. 789
Plea for fit helpers. 144
Police trio acquitted over jail conspiracy. 241
pounds 300bn needed for transport - CBI. 307
Racing: Cheltenham gallops. 182
Racing: Friendly rivalry as Irish steal a march on natives; Ian Williams casts an eye over the day's prospects as the Festival opens at Cheltenham. 609
Racing: Hardy Eustace bids to lead from front. 801
Racing: Hughes' Bumper plan. 110
Racing: In-form Harchibald can dash to glory. 643
Real-looking floors mean real profits. 320
RUGBY UNION: Robinson quick to reaffirm Corry. 203
RURAL MATTERS: Buyers out to land their dream home in country. 410
RURAL MATTERS: New bike route is unveiled at the Chase. 233
RURAL MATTERS: Rural housing levels on up despite guidance. 538
RURAL MATTERS: Sometimes the only thing we can do is delay the inevitable. 460
Second Sinn Fein candidate was in pub during IRA murder. 192
Taxman catching defaulters on Web. 231
Teacher's classroom ban must remain. 376
Terror charges. 91
Theme. 161
Tobacco smuggling is 'out of control. 322
Touching display for future gamers. 283
Travelodge announces room for new growth. 279
Walk for us, urges Marina. 258
Watchdog website update. 248
Whitbread ditches Marriott to raise pounds 1bn. 287
Woodley confident region has future. 225
WWF picture competition. 85

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