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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 10, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
'Appalling' figures stun industry analysts. 703
Absa deal sees Barclays return to SA. 429
Amey driven by pounds 2bn road deal. 467
Anniversaries. 115
Archive. 166
Big changes to the small screen industry. 409
Blackett turns on Labour supremo. 595
Centrica to raise gas bills again. 536
City MPs give Blair backing. 206
Co-op up despite challenging trading. 275
Codemasters cracking the secret of expansion. 584
Cricket: COMMENT: Punishment is fine but rehabilitation must follow; Chief Cricket Writer George Dobell fears for Keith Piper and questions Warwickshire. 783
Cricket: Students embarrass Pears into follow-on; Worcestershire, with eight wickets standing, need a further 103 runs to avoid an innings defeat against Loughborough UCCE. 366
Cricket: Too few Warwicks players find form. 548
CULTURE : A most frank sonata; Andrcs Schiff Symphony Hall. 291
CULTURE : Bananas in pyjamas; Little Richard Wolverhampton Civic Hall. 316
CULTURE : Culture clash thrills; Jonathan Powell Royal Pump Rooms, Leamington. 255
CULTURE : Go with the flow; The Go! Team Birmingham Academy 2. 291
CULTURE : Philharmonic's final bow; Giordano Bellincampi, an Italian entrusted with a precious part of Denmark's national heritage, talks to Terry Grimley about the orchestra he will be saying farewell to in Birmingham. 933
CULTURE : Sweet soul lesson; Daryl Hall and John Oates Symphony Hall. 308
Dial Orange for business efficiency. 432
Dog's best Friend is also her partner. 270
Double delight for couples and their twins; A child's first birthday is always special. But it was doubly delightful for two Midland couples yesterday as they discovered they shared far more than a full washing basket and lots of sleepless nights, as Emma Pinch reports. 718
EADS' profit trebled by Airbus. 477
Exam papers scrapped after delivery van raid. 375
Exercise initiative to be unveiled at national conference. 280
Firm's success is down to playing it safe. 339
FOOTBALL : Adams committed to Sky Blues; THE CHAMPIONSHIP. 581
FOOTBALL : Clemence seeking explosive finish against the Gunners. 590
FOOTBALL : Harkness contracted; LEAGUE ONE. 116
FOOTBALL : Harriers begin cull after losing status; LEAGUE TWO. 257
FOOTBALL : Hereford quartet await debuts; NON-LEAGUE. 255
FOOTBALL : Pressure is getting to us - Barry; THE PREMIERSHIP. 775
Football: Albion call on idol charm. 893
Football: Robert Hulse. 158
Fresh food advice. 193
Get your own music mix on to DVD. 353
Girl, eight, tortured over witch accusation. 273
Government must be wary of Rover effect, warns PwC boss. 707
Hann not guilty of sex attack. 441
High Street hit by worst April for ten-years. 283
High-profile jobs for Midland politicians in reshuffle. 361
Howard greets new Midland Conservatives. 368
IN BRIEF: GOLF. 89
IN BRIEF: GOLF. 81
IN BRIEF: SPEEDWAY. 176
Interest in Jurys. 111
Is Brown's deficit a recipe for election defeat next time round. 502
Jacko defence begins by attacking maid. 231
Killer off drugs before stabbing. 509
Knife death charge. 82
Law and order top list of city council's pounds 6m spending priorities. 324
Let airport grow beg Coventry leaders. 367
Letter: Blame the tin-pot accountants and bureaucrats. 186
Letter: Outrage at view of US news and loyalties. 244
Letter: Shobdon doesn't want an arch enemy. 411
Lib Dems to target Brum. 548
Mac come up with an animal answer (again) to the 64-bit question. 474
Market Report: London cannot shake off economic gloom. 504
MEPs demand justice for sisters. 499
Mini helps to increase BMW sales by 9.7pc. 270
Mobiles not just all talk. 230
Murder police say girls' ordeal disgusting. 324
North Korea bombs fear. 102
Outgoing Rhodia boss could cost firm pounds 5m. 345
Passenger numbers up 27pc for flybe. 367
PAT MURPHY: England's big night market place for other nationalities. 256
PAT MURPHY: Ferdinand reality check may put stop to memory lapses. 425
PAT MURPHY: Jekyll-and-Hyde football. 920
PERSPECTIVE : Novel experience for funny girl Meera; Multi-talented Midlander Meera Syal moves into new TV territory with her ambitious adaptation of her own emotionally raw novel, Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee. Just don't expect too many giggles, she tells Graham Keal. 1171
PERSPECTIVE : Old boys' network comes in from cold - to spy. 563
POST PEOPLE: St George's Day feast, Botanical Gardens. 172
Postie jailed after dumping 1,000 letters. 211
Private schools show drop in pupils as average fee hits pounds 3,259 a term. 262
RACING : Elvstroem enlivens Lockinge Stakes field. 367
Radio merger off-tune. 441
Receiver shuts Ciro Citterio shops. 283
Red Square Second World War tribute. 115
Registry figures show sales decline. 470
Royal Television Society Sports. 144
RUGBY UNION: Boom hit by drop fear. 626
Rugby Union: Shropshire duo return for final. 438
RURAL MATTERS : Business leaders kick up a stink over 'stealth' tax on manure. 234
RURAL MATTERS : Flowers in extinction threat. 261
RURAL MATTERS : Masts being put up without permission. 209
RURAL MATTERS : Motorsport threatened by Defra subsidies. 357
RURAL MATTERS : No flies on Helen as spray takes off; A kitchen sink concoction designed to eradicate a swarm of flies has led to a dressage rider launching an international business, as Rural Affairs Reporter Sarah Probert discovers. 607
RURAL MATTERS : SPS uptake failure will hit farmers payments. 468
Safety groups slate AA plan for 80mph speed limit. 446
School desperate to help 'weak' Harry. 632
Scratch card firms admit trade act offences. 375
See a top film today for pounds 2. 199
SEO far, so good for some cowboys. 339
Store-attack case jury sworn in. 109
Sykes sells off arm in pounds 10m deal. 127
Techno chiefs have big plans. 546
TENNIS : Henman to tackle Rusedski. 186
The Birmingham Post Comment: Hold your nose. 122
The Birmingham Post Comment: Right priority. 244
The Birmingham Post Comment: Twin challenge may not be best way forward. 419
The search for a killer relative. 564
Theme. 167
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Chance to celebrate good; The Thrive Awards are being sponsored by Severn Trent Water, which values its work with communities. Thrive takes a look at how the company works with its customers to make a difference. 484
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Charity golf raises pounds 5,000. 312
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Fundraising ball a boost. 97
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : Job site for homeless launched. 258
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY : To get on, get out and volunteer. 389
Working like Clockwork. 110
Working time row spills over into EU. 289

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