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

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Activist posted offensive package. 271
All in a day's work for the car park inspector. 455
Allied Irish Bank offices launched. 179
Anniversaries. 124
Archive. 200
Bad news for Wiseman may signal rise in milk prices. 352
Billionaire's big pay day. 114
Birmingham Post Comment: Bill defeat calls PM's authority into question. 406
Birmingham Post Comment: Labour cop-out. 306
Birmingham Post Comment: Why? 102
Blondes spell big trouble for Davis. 477
Bodies found. 96
British oil account falls back into red. 383
Busy year for city's airport. 607
Cameron pledges to put his family first. 226
Casualties as bombs rock hotels in Jordan. 463
Caudwell cashing up. Company Profile 449
Chinese takeaway for Fenner. 152
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY : Appeal rates values now. 412
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY : Orion sets out its tasty stall. 146
Cricket: Vaughan still in limbo. 756
CULTURE : Classical Preview: A bit of Bernstein in the night. 840
CULTURE : Nourishing nuggets; CBSO Symphony Hall. 296
CULTURE : Stumbling into grace; Wil Marlow hears about Tamzin Outhwaite's most demanding television role to date. 968
CULTURE: CLASSICAL CD REVIEW: JS Bach: Ouvertures - BCJ/ Suzuki (BIS-SACD-1431) pounds 12.99. 324
CULTURE: CLASSICAL CD REVIEW: Tallis, Pitts et al: XL Choral Works for 40 voices - Rundfunkchor Berlin/Simon Halsey (harmonia mundi CD/SACD HMC801873) pounds 13.99. 300
Culture: Sealed with a kiss; Mike Davies reviews this week's new cinema releases. 1765
Doughnuts. 125
Driver charged over death. 194
Drivers caught in flash flood. 267
Durability threat to ID card microchips. 262
Excellent night for Midlands business. 416
Families' court fury after two hotel fatalities. 458
Family life should be free of secrets. 322
FirstGroup eyes rail franchise. 392
Focus on COMMERCIAL PROPERTY IN COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE: Gregg Titley, Shepherd: Saving on business park space. 249
Focus on COMMERCIAL PROPERTY IN COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE: Office steelwork takes shape at Saltisford. 197
Focus on COMMERCIAL PROPERTY IN COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE: Waitrose to trigger revival. 361
Football: Albion banking on Gera return. 357
Football: Baros hoping Villa luck will change against Black Cats. 261
Football: Bruce eyes pre-holiday points haul. 589
Football: Glassboys in hunt for keeper to replace sidelined Evans; NON-LEAGUE. 477
Football: Ince talking up Wolves boss for England recall. 663
Football: King sees Geneva chances improve. 159
Football: ONE YEAR AT THE HELM: Survival worth celebrating; Robson has the will of a born fighter Ian Clarkson on a gut-wrenching year for Albion's amenable manager. 1422
Football: pounds 300,000 a man to win World Cup for England. 325
French riot storm abates. 224
From Millionaire to Mastermind. 208
Geber eyes TNT in logistics expansion. 229
GOLF : Broady inspiration to hopeful Russell; TOUR SCHOOL. 311
GOLF : Monty given major backing by Woods. 681
Grim forecast for region's manufacturing jobs. 315
Gun hoax man rang Dunblane school. 304
Health Matters: Kevin's bravery shines through despite drastic plastic surgery. 436
Health Matters: Oral test could save your life bishop; Next week Cancer Research UK is launching a three-year campaign to raise awareness of mouth cancer - the sixth most common type of cancer in Britain. Health Reporter Emma Brady looks at what one Birmingham hospital is doing to educate its patients, staff and visitors about the disease, its causes and treatment. 552
Health Matters: Second Opinion: Regular visits will keep your mouth in tip top shape. 470
Health Matters: Whitehall hails NHS dentist recruitment. 279
Herceptin ruling reversed. 665
History should be made compulsory. 113
Holcim cements leading position. 522
Housebuilder Redrow gets it right first time, says delighted chairman. 269
Ian hopes to clean up on can device. 116
IN BRIEF: BOXING. 89
IN BRIEF: CRICKET. 143
IN BRIEF: FOOTBALL. 100
IN BRIEF: RUGBY UNION. 80
Indonesian terror boss dies in raid. 468
Investors still wary despite profits jump at EADS. 549
Irish tribunal plan scorned by victims. 296
Is Blair on the brink? 590
Killer bus driver jailed for five years after mowing down pedestrians. 309
Labour MPs voting against 90 days. 251
Lakshmi warns of sharp drop in income. 317
Letter: A denial of faith and choice. 293
Letter: A rather shabby and seedy 'Gateway'. 92
Letter: Decision regarding new library is yet to be made. 370
Letter: Do the deadly thing Doug. 171
Letter: Reader 's letter. 121
Letter: What a terrible loss to Ireland. 186
Letter: Who is crazy ? 139
Lewd talk just 'a joke' army tribunal is told. 680
Lloyd's gets access to Chinese market. 423
MANUFACTURING : Car giants' troubles hit Midlands. 203
MANUFACTURING : Ceramic Industry Forum's new chief to focus on training. 418
MANUFACTURING : Hadley signs deal to market steel process. 571
MANUFACTURING : Lights fantastic for MadMax profits. 362
MANUFACTURING : Quality new key to global contracts. 252
MARKET REPORT: Oil not so slick as payout postponed. 499
Midwife's pounds 1m payout over Chinese meal bug. 442
Minor prang brings city centre to standstill. 236
MPs claim pounds 3.73m mileage. 98
Newbon to make big screen debut. 121
No cut in rates until 2006. 642
Number's up for Top Ten Holdings. 187
Outrage at condom lessons. 549
PERSPECTIVE : 'til death do us part - naturally; Most people imagine that when they die they either have to be cremated or buried in a municipal graveyard. Jo Ind reports on a Birmingham workshop taking place this Saturday which explores a green alternative. 1097
PERSPECTIVE : Never mind the shame, parents know best. 583
Pink funerals. 102
Police appeal over DVDs. 476
Pool cue killer not guilty of murder. 464
POST PEOPLE : Hon Alderman Albert Jackson retirement. 190
Prices in shops go even lower. 233
Probe to Venus makes contact. 218
Public schools in fee-fixing scandal. 306
Pupils take message to busy streets. 137
Racing: Nazimabad looks good at Taunton. 197
Reader offer: Tasty treat for diners at Opus restaurant. 367
Red squirrels. 123
Rhodia restructure paying dividends. 282
Robbie's biggest tour announced. 139
RUGBY UNION : Bees hop ing third time is the charm. 948
RUGBY UNION : Ireland rule out O'Driscoll reprisal plan for All Blacks. 291
RUGBY UNION : Jones resolving to lift dismal Aussies. 245
RUGBY UNION : N Mids shake-up. 223
RUGBY UNION : Ruddock warning of threat from Fiji. 421
RUGBY UNION : Wary Robinson looks for first signs of new forward progress. 580
Rugby Union: Form tells tale for Sixways vpartners. 441
Seasonal windfall boost for iSoft. 262
Special flight for easyJet birthday. 217
Spitting link to spreading bird flu. 201
Standard Life concentrates on personal pensions. 421
Student kills teacher. 107
T-Mobile plans to build on success by investing pounds 1.5 billion. 396
Takeover ruling looks like a long player. 292
Tearful plea after vice girl's murder. 261
The me. 109
Those French riots reflect winners and losers in the global game. 501
Thought for food. 139
Top-up fees lead to drop in applications. 167
Tributes to hero killed by rebels as he rescued tourists. 267
Unusual methods of flamboyant tycoon. 267
Visionary 02 boss wins top award. 151
Watson - the peace maker. 112
West Bromwich boss calls for an end to branch closures. 299
Wincanton driving profits way up. 396
Woman dies. 83
Women demand change in power; Women are still lagging behind when it comes to holding positions of power. Education Correspondent Shahid Naqvi spoke to the Government Minister determined to change that. 540
World record now unbeatable - boffin. 283

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