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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 28, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
'Kick in teeth' for creditors. 312
'Maniac' Hobson jailed for life. 559
40 donors saved my life - now give blood. 558
An unprofessional example. 1030
Anniversaries. 121
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: Rare and exceptional tea-time assortment; A rare porcelain collection of only 11 items is expected to go under the hammer at Sotheby's for more than pounds 365,000. Harry Hawkes reports on the forthcoming sale of the near 300-year-old items. 860
APPOINTMENTS: Corporate manslaughter law is under attack from all sides. 473
APPOINTMENTS: Susan takes on top role in freight. 470
Archive. 204
ARCHIVE: Calm for troubled minds; Pioneering therapy work was undertaken in Birmingham institutions, reveals Chris Upton. 1036
ATHLETICS: Paula Radcliffe London Marathon winner Paula Radcliffe will be among the entrants over 1500 metres at the Prefontaine Grand Prix Classic in Eugene, Oregon, next Saturday. 89
BBC strike called off as unions ponder. 232
BBC weathers the storm and changes map. 255
Berlusconi backs Blair, but avoids the Liverpool question. 460
Birmingham Post Comment: Feeling blue. 101
Birmingham Post Comment: Price of speed. 306
Birmingham Post Comment: Yellow and red cards to abuse and violence. 403
Birminham Post Weekend: All in a day's work; Beat bobby John Keepax stepped into the road to stop a speeding motorist and was callously mown down. Despite suffering horrific injuries, he tells Richard McComb he has no regrets about his actions. 2155
Bollywood stars in town. 222
BOOK REVIEW: Winning formula makes Mourinho the 'Special One; All The Way Jose By Harry Harris John Blake Publishing 4sportsbooks.co.uk price: pounds 12.59 (saving 30 per cent on rrp. 592
Books: BESTSELLERS. 85
Books: CHILDREN'S BOOKS; Jayne Howarth looks at two different books for toddlers. 216
Books: REVIEWS: May Contain Nuts, by John O'Farrell, Doubleday, pounds 12.99. 235
Books: REVIEWS: My Friend Leonard, by James Frey, John Murray, pounds 16.99. 253
Books: Ripley's Crime File. 661
Books: Signs of the times; True to the Letter - 800 Years of Remarkable Correspondence, Documents and Autographs, by Pedro Correa Do Lago, Thames and Hudson, pounds 29.95. Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. 665
Books: Wish list tribute to timelessly classic Pete and Dud humour; Goodbye Again, by William Cook, Century, pounds 17.99. Reviewed by Simon Evans. 453
Both sides claim victory as HSBC staff strike over pay. 414
Busines Profile: Farah on faraway places; After coming to Birmingham via Guyana, Canada, Sweden, India and China, Farah Baksh tells John Revill how she ended up in the Midlands and why manufacturing still has a future. 1955
BUSINESS OF SPORT : Mid-table berth offering more than mediocrity; With Peter Sharkey. 722
Buy-to-lets hit as rate rise bites. 598
CLASSICAL REVIEW : Elgar a mere taster for the main course; CBSO Symphony Hall. 304
Conman is jailed in pounds 4.5 million NHS scam. 498
Controversial Tory makes it into house; and Emily Pennink Host Davina McCall at the Big Brother house for series six of the Channel 4 reality TV show. 639
Cricket: Bangladesh needing an early night after Trescothick eases baby blues; FIRST TEST At Lord's. 496
Cricket: Curiosities amid the slaughter; Second day: Bangladesh trail England by 320 runs with five second-innings wickets remaining. 912
Cricket: Hemp dazzles and then lights go out on ineffective Worcester; Glamorgan beat Worcestershire by 53 runs at Sophia Gardens. 519
Cricket: Innings win has Notts on top again. 414
Cricket: Island in the sun for Moody; Ged Scott on the new task facing Worcestershire's Australian coach. 759
Cricket: PCA blame Bears after Piper ban. 806
Cricket: Stratford theatre needs healthy last-day audience. 550
Cricket: Wellington aim to put their best foot forward after unsteady start. 349
Cricketing debutants make a good and bad impression in trophy match. 339
Diamond earns fortune. 152
Donor campaign hits the streets. 281
Dowding's delight with big profits. 417
Flagship academy is 'failing pupils'. 296
Food: Consumers fill on Blueberry hill. 159
Food: Good news for the cauli - except from the young. 375
Food: Veggies for meat-eaters; Gabrielle Fagan looks at the increasingly exotic and erotic world of vegetarian cuisine. 1168
Footall: Blues boss staying in race for Bellamy. 543
Footall: Bruce's boy has points to prove. 533
Football: Aggborough row takes local twist. 236
Football: Duo for Pitmen. 122
Football: Lambs preparing to welcome Alsop. 219
Football: Play-offs keep the heat on punters; Odds and Evens. 374
Football: Reds ready to begin pounds 30m signing spree. 176
Football: Richardson earns England debut; A Johnson. 593
Football: Skipper Ince looking for leading role to play at Molineux; The evergreen midfielder still has a lot to offer, says Ged Scott. 753
Football: Smith happy to see his stock rising. 524
Football: Walker closer to Premier reality. 610
FORMULA ONE : Ferrari boss anxious to extinguish Schumacher flashpoint. 586
Fort Dunlop will be symbol for the city. 554
French revolt over treaty. 529
Fuel bills giving Arla a headache. 182
Gardening: GARDENING CHORES. 114
Gardening: Gardens enjoy F-factor. 206
Gardening: LUDLOW IN BLOOM; Garden cuttings. 289
Gardening: Organic display had a wonderful silver lining. 475
Gardening: Put your back into it; Gardening might be back-breaking work, but you don't need to be so literal, advises Hannah Stephenson. 659
Geldof attacked over 'bunk-off' call. 219
Golf: 'Awesome' Prosser. 161
Golf: Broady suffers usual bogey. 442
Golf: Monty wants dampener on things. 348
Golf: Now it's time to Rock and roll; Robert Rock reckons his Tour career is at its crossroads. James Nursey reports. 743
Golf: Size isn't everything as Wentworth poses giant problems. 552
Golf: THINKING MAN'S GOLF; Wentworth's firm and fast greens win over McGinley. 1030
Golf: Vienna fightback is music to Davies' ears. 196
GOLFERS' BODY CLINIC: Exercise: Wrist flexion and extension strengtheners. 469
GYMNASTICS: London's 2012 Olympic bid. 89
Health: Behind the bingeing; Behind the lurid headlines and policy pledges, the issue of binge drinking by women does not always appear to be a major cause for concern Debbie Newbould explains why she felt it was time to start listening to the women involved. 1476
Health: Can you keep up, or do you just want to get away; The dream of a new life somewhere far away has long been a favourite. But, as Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves discovers, more of us are attempting to turn it into a reality. 662
Hottest May day in Britain since 1953. 273
Housing market stabilising. 239
Insurance premiums under pressure. 225
IRON ANGLE: We'll never know if he got two votes; LOCAL GOVERNMENT WITH A SLANT. 469
Jail for human traffic kingpin. 537
Just go fishing - bosses tell NEC workers. 243
L&G has pounds 1.1m mis-selling fine slashed in half by tribunal. 418
Leah's death helps three others to live. 277
Letter: Hospital site must have safeguards. 274
Letter: No backing for Land Rover. 111
Letter: Thank goodness, the buses are secure. 125
Letter: Theme. 173
Machine will help cut heart death rate. 234
Man caged for double rape of 12-year-old. 364
Mortgage lenders urged to improve Key Facts documents. 317
Motorists' pounds 3.29m in fines. 241
Mum's 'little wonder' is growing up. 231
NIGHT SKY FOR JUNE: Make the most of short summer viewing window; As Stonehenge plays host to summer solstice revellers, this time of years leaves only a short observing window for astronomers, reports Birmingham Astronomical Society. 883
Organising your retirement. 126
Pastimes: Around the world in 47 million bricks; Jayne Howarth vists a bigger and better Legoland in Windsor. 520
Pastimes: CHECKMATE. 345
Pastimes: Joy of plentiful rain. 959
Personal Finance: Bank customers vote with their feet. 322
Personal Finance: Cheaper life insurance. 105
Personal Finance: Good five-year bond deal. 91
Personal Finance: Norwich Union pension switch. 334
Personal Finance: Recipe for tasty kitchen deals. 377
Personal finance: Reduce the risk to your portfolio. 714
Personal Finance: Safest places to put money. 835
Personal Finance: Savings rates being lowered. 191
Piper confident Bears will have him back after drugs ban. 389
Police in shock find. 135
Poor showing from banks and oil sees FTSE close on low note; MARKET REPORT. 458
pounds 1m homes sales rises by a third. 351
pounds 350 to settle neighbours' hedge wars. 322
Racing: Liverpool party continues for Burke and Norton. 306
Racing: Murtagh has appeal date. 117
Racing: Racing rejects pounds 8m TV plea. 600
Racing: Tucker's luck due to turn for the better. 700
Railway message to children. 233
Refund saves Rover dealers. 290
Rocking Robbie is king of pop world. 147
Rugby League: One out and one in for Warriors; MIDLAND RUGBY. 525
RUGBY UNION:: All Blacks on red alert for the arrival of smartly-dressed Lions. 591
RUGBY UNION:: BROTHERS IN ARMS; They may be half a world apart, but the family ties are still strong between the mighty Umagas Brian Dick meets a man who knows what the Lions should be thinking as they plan for the toughest test in world rugby. 1689
RUGBY UNION:: Ineligible player costs Shipston league status. 278
Scout leader's child porn shame. 142
SEX! Well, there's no point in keeping quiet about it; As the number of people with sexually transmitted diseases continues to rise, Adam Aspinall argues that it's time to bite the bullet and get to the clinic, whatever your age. 1084
Sheriff opens MFG. 166
Sppedway: Wolverhampton. 199
TENNIS: French Open: nadal Blast French hope. 724
Tennis: Rusedeski top seed. 84
Tennis: Williams shocked by little-known teenager. 317
Tesco to roll out food free stores. 237
The Picture Editors Awards. 172
THE SATURDAY INTERVIEW: Is what you see, what you get; THE SATURDAY INTERVIEW with Dr Gary Wood. 1800
Travel: : A tour around some of the best deals on the market; GREAT ESCAPES. 675
Travel: : Lose your heart to Florence; It is one of the most photographed cities in the world. But Russell Atkins finds there is still much to wonder at in Florence. 1452
Travel: CONCIERGE: FUN AND FJORDS. 253
Travel: CONCIERGE: SADDLE UP. 333
Travel: CONCIERGE: SURF THE WAVES. 148
Travel: The spirit moved me; Taking a spiritual holiday can be a life-changing experience, as Alex Evans discovered. 1214
UK's referendum question 'is okay. 182
Unofficial home helps warned. 204
Viagra blindness fears are examined. 428
Virgin's best year despite pounds 60m loss. 404
Yellow cards for drunken city yobs. 597

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