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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 23, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
'Let's take Ireland's lead on travellers'. 182
Anniversaries. 121
Archive. 158
Arena is upbeat after landing key events. 268
Art reaches new heights as the Birdman nestles in. 481
ATHLETICS: Gebrselassie leaves Limo behind on way to victory. 283
ATHLETICS: Whitlock promises more to come after reaching new heights. 473
Birmingham Post Comment: Art with a catch. 104
Birmingham Post Comment: Education hitch. 275
Birmingham Post Comment: New homes deal is not without some sacrifices. 394
Boy, 9, dies after hospital cancels op. 274
Brown boosts home buyers. 608
Brown: Britain a G7 mover and shaker. 203
Brum congestion charge 'devastating. 234
Cadbury to make fat-busting chocolate. 333
Campaign to educate children on the dangers of tobacco. 248
Collymore charged with assault. 196
Commons hunt trial gang to call Minister. 297
Conveyor jobs are back on track. 213
CRICKET : Batty and Hick give Worcester chance; Worcestershire require 167 runs to win with eight second-innings wickets standing. 675
CRICKET : Fulton fires Kent closer to turning tables on Notts; COUNTY REVIEW. 367
CRICKET : Sri Lankans set to interview Moody. 163
CRICKET : Teenager's ton poses Test slot conundrum. 507
CRICKET : Trott's best rescues Bears; UNIVERSITY MATCH Cambridge UCCE trail by 187 runs with nine first-innings wickets remaining. 698
Cricket: Crackpot plan will bewilder captains and baffle crowds. 777
Cricket: Wellington denied by rain. 420
Crotty for Lib Dems. 80
CULTURE : Asia has design on comic career. 144
CULTURE : Cake corner. 135
CULTURE : Despite the name, it's still the complete package; The HaveNots - Never Say Goodnight (Cooking Vinyl) pounds 11.99. 304
CULTURE : Donovan - Sunshine Superman (EMI) pounds 8.99. 346
CULTURE : Festival fun - it's not compulsory; CULTURE VULTURE. 318
CULTURE : Legend still shines brightly; Marcus Face sees the hippy legend in action in Wolverhampton while Andrew Cowen ponders some glorious reissues of Donovan's prime mid-60s work Donovan Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall. 361
CULTURE : Michele White. 139
CULTURE : Nation's Teddy recalled. 227
CULTURE : Old friends make fine reacquaintance; Gene Loves Jezebel: Promise (BBL 2011 CDD); Immigrant (BBL 2012 CDD); Discover (BBL 2013CDD) pounds 8.99 each. 501
CULTURE : Puppets take to the streets in dynamic new event. 795
CULTURE : Walking festival a Warwickshire first. 326
Disruption as BBC journalists walk out. 259
Education is reducing fires. 606
EDUCATION MATTERS : Adult courses in 'funding chaos. 268
EDUCATION MATTERS : Brum pupils walking to a healthier life. 263
EDUCATION MATTERS : Casualties cut by 'staggered school hours. 358
EDUCATION MATTERS : Central Trains' golden girl; Delays which have cost a Midland train operator hundreds of thousands of pounds have been slashed, thanks to a Nigerian student. Education Correspondent Shahid Naqvi reports. 589
EDUCATION MATTERS : Children who lack first aid skills. 331
EDUCATION MATTERS : Why early starters - Einstein excepted - do less well in maths. 255
El Ingles - Frank to you - hangs up his cape and sword at 62. 443
Epileptic has part of her brain removed. 267
Ex-Warks cricketer in cocaine admission. 707
Fire put out on Javine's hopes. 408
First Lady mobbed in Israel. 243
Follow a perfect stranger on holiday, says travel guide. 200
FOOTBALL : Agony for Barrick is doubled as Grays hit spot to take Trophy; FA TROPHY FINAL Grays Athletic 1 Hucknall Town 1 (aet, Grays won 6-5 on penalties. 564
FOOTBALL : Blues on edge over Gold talk. 710
FOOTBALL : Celtic in Well of despair; SCOTTISH FOOTBALL. 496
FOOTBALL : Cool Vieira leaves Ferguson red-faced; FA CUP FINAL Arsenal 0 Manchester United 0 (Arsenal win 5-4 on penalties). 863
FOOTBALL : Lehmann believes place is now beyond doubt. 230
FOOTBALL : Morrison ruling out Palace deal. 169
FOOTBALL : O'Leary is still after Bellamy. 158
FOOTBALL : Robson plans purchases to keep Albion on the up; PREMIERSHIP ROUND-UP. 457
FOOTBALL : United will be hungrier still, warns Keane. 530
Former bar worker calls for city ban after emphysema shock. 351
FORMULA ONE: Raikkonen stroll improved by Williams' strike. 866
Girl's death may scrap reality TV show. 244
GOLF : Harborne hail Johnson's 'fantastic' English Ladies' success. 543
Golf: Heaven and hell - again; Dodd on a roll as Howell suffers. 960
Golf: Injured Norman delays return; ROUND-UP. 292
Hard life in small business. 129
HOCKEY: England wrap up series with comfortable win. 320
How smoking parents risk their child's health. 635
How well-fed British management continues to dish up dogs' dinners. 499
Letter: Keep us posted over mail service. 80
Letter: Labour's lack of moral outrage. 136
Letter: Pie in the skyline. 328
MEDIA & MARKETING: Lisa in Pace hot seat. 195
MEDIA & MARKETING: OWB lands Ascot contract. 232
MEDIA & MARKETING: Posting dangers of heart disease. 556
MEDIA & MARKETING: Wising up to the opportunities - and pitfalls - of sponsorship; British Airways sponsored the recent Kylie Minogue Showgirl tour, so as the singer awaits treatment for breast cancer BA's Midlands PR Roseanne Crossey reflects on the value of sponsorship. 401
Metals roll out the margins. 613
Midland base will spread ocean power through Europe. 278
Minister talks to Marconi. 174
Murderer on the run. 85
Muslims 'victimised' after terror attacks. 254
New boots are blamed for more firefighter injuries. 367
Pension plan for graduates to retire at 70. 383
PERSPECTIVE : NEVER MIND THE BULLOCK: Bill, it was the NUT that backed GCSEs; Bill Anderson from the NUT claimed in this paper that an uninspiring National Curriculum was to blame for disruptive children. Here Post columnist Brenda Bullock explains why the unions only have themselves to blame. 646
PERSPECTIVE : Time we managed without the books and gurus. 528
PERSPECTIVE : Us British clearly put in the picture over our proud past; Battlefield Britain (8 DVDs) DD Home Entertainment. 454
POST PEOPLE: Birmingham Young Professional of the Year. 226
pounds 500,000 deal tempts Ross back to Eastenders. 321
RACING : Crowley's landmark. 616
RALLYING: Higgins in top gear. 87
Rebel George defends his Mariam cash. 403
RUGBY UNION: Grewcock vows to keep his head amid Lions storm; Alex Lowe talks to the former Cov lock ahead of tonight's Puma contest in Cardiff. 450
RUGBY UNION: Lyman is quick to start building his new career. 470
RUGBY UNION: Mids maintain form to reach Twickenham; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP Oxfordshire 14 North Midlands 34. 295
RUGBY UNION: Scrum dominance gives ruthless Sharks their bite; EUROPEAN CHALLENGE CUP Sale Sharks 27 Pau 3. 299
RUGBY UNION: Toulouse bounce back; HEINEKEN CUP FINAL Stade Francais 12 Toulouse 18 (after extra time. 712
RUGBY UNION: Waratahs fightback secures final date; SUPER 12. 223
RUGBY UNION: Warriors get French lesson; EUROPEAN CHALLENGE SHIELD FINAL Worcester 10 Auch 23. 614
Say 'oui' please, Euro leaders tell the French. 515
Scrutiny of city council contracts. 486
SHARE TIPS: Alliance a worthy option after changes. 279
Snow storm claims 41 soldiers. 232
SPEEDWAY: Legends return to battle Wolves. 511
Steady as she goes for housing. 558
Stop branding our children as yobs. 185
Study shows that 80 per cent of Midlanders are ultra clueless. 365
Tennis: Confident Sharapova feels better than ever. 335
Tennis: Henman planning repeat feat on clay; FRENCH OPEN: Frank Malley considers whether the British No 1 can be a real title contender. 815
THE LIST: Generating real Bardic excitement; Henry VI - The War of the Roses The Dream Factory, Warwick. 300
Theme. 159
Turn a blind eye, Lord Nelson. 277
Warning about matters of the heart. 269
Why Kylie has moved us to give; Casting an eye over non-sporting matters, The Birmingham Post chief sports writer Hyder Jawad gives his own view on Kylie, cancer and charity. 620

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