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

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'English are embarrassed about their true identity. 357
Amateur Stage: Attention to detail marks Antony as one to watch. 916
Amateur Stage: WHAT'S ON. 137
Anniversaries. 97
Archer's back - in Bucharest. 162
Archive. 211
AT JUST pounds 2 IT'S A SNIP; THE BEAUTY BUSINESS IS A MULTI-MILLION POUND INDUSTRY - BUT YOU DON'T HAVE TO SPEND A FORTUNE TO LOOK GOOD, AS POST STYLE EDITOR CAROLINE FOULKES AND BEAUTY EDITOR VICTORIA THOMAS FIND OUT... PICTURES BY JEREMY PARDOE. 1597
BADMINTON Students bounce back to hit SGN. 524
Belief in justice system 'rising. 217
BID difference. 96
Big friendly choral society; Christopher Morley meets the new conductor of Birmingham's oldest choral society. 1161
Blair warns against abandoning country to 'warring factions. 285
Boy dies and his brother hurt in school bus smash. 242
Brum's central shopping area in line for pounds 5m improvements. 408
Brum's SCC wins huge deal with HM Revenue and Customs. 336
BST's nuts and bolts keep Navy shipshape. 576
Cars 'outgrowing' parking spaces. 212
Cash row 'puts lives at risk. 540
CHRIS UPTON: The cost of living and the cost of housing. 605
Cobbetts ranks top. 146
Cold snap brings out woolly shoppers. 459
Community hospitals face axe to offset pounds 36m deficit. 254
Cotswolds homes backed by Cala. 415
Cricket: India turn to Dravid for progress. 174
Cricket: Pietersen and Bell stroke way to bright future. 899
Dates for your diary. 578
Davenham sees a good first day. 354
DINING STYLE: EVERYDAY BORDEAUX. 916
DINING STYLE: HONEY, FRUIT AND CITRUS CHEESECAKE. 256
DINING STYLE: Two's company, three's a novelty; ALISON DAVISON JOINS QUITE A CROWD AT THE MAILBOX. 1044
Diwali-row man held. 103
EARLY STAGE BUSINESSES: Speak a new language in a mouse click. 447
EARLY STAGE BUSINESSES: Why taking risks now will bring future rewards; This week Advantage Business Angels managing director Neil Mackay braves the front lines of business reality. 513
Education White Paper 'mayhem'. 145
Emirates maintenance contract worth pounds 353m. 315
England, our England but what does that mean. 407
ENTERPRISE: Anyway the breeze blows for business. 287
ENTERPRISE: Businesses get chance to impress investors. 283
ENTERPRISE: Entrepreneurs encouraged. 553
ENTERPRISE: Financial aid for firms is an ART form. 218
ENTERPRISE: Old school friends set to clean up with a gentler approach. Company Profile 416
Excel has expanded in Coventry. 236
Football: Blues lose mean streak. 757
Football: Feeney's exploits attract interest from St Andrew's. 354
Football: Financial package key in Peace move for Keane. 597
Football: Fryatt earns Saddlers revenge; Walsall 1 Bournemouth 0. 533
Football: Gazza's Valley stumble. 152
FOOTBALL: Milner impedes Hendrie return. 655
Football: Palace make mockery of Sky Blues' best-laid plans; Crystal Palace 2 Coventry City 0. 734
Football: THE CHAMPIONSHIP: Wolves offer no warmth for fans; Wanderers 0 Sheffield United 0. 822
GOLF Rimmer round brings Riffa joy. 389
Hilton puts Brum Metropole on the market. 216
How Chinese whispers and an absence of logic sent prices soaring. 534
Innovation on the up. 139
Irving charged over denial. 183
JAZZ CD REVIEWS: A thoroughly engaging listen that is well worth the wait. 945
JAZZ GIG REVIEW: Equilateral thinking. 303
Keeping tabs on toll of later pub hours. 255
Land Rover jobs shock. 173
Lawyers join court martial association. 646
Letter: Reader's letter. 550
Letter: Reader's letter. 149
Letter: There'll always be an England. 400
Makeover plan for council chamber. 178
Man dies in crash after chase. 228
Man loses damages case on job reference. 352
Man was 'executed' by gang. 155
Margaret, the rebel royal; The Windsor's won't love Lucy Cohu's portrayal of one of their own, she tells Emma Pomfret. 880
Mario Testino takes a picture of photographers. 112
MARKET REPORT: Enterprise brings summer sunshine. 491
Merkel in hot seat of alliance. 478
Millions starving. 168
More drinking time equals more arrests. 250
Murder arrest. 82
Oil price drop fails to ease pressure. 408
Older kids are a bad influence on young. 196
Olympic Games: Learning Beijing lessons; Hyder Jawad on Sir Steve Redgrave, Olympic ideals and London 2012. 825
ORIENTAL DREAM; COLIN AND JUSTIN TRANSFORM THIS PRISON-STYLE BEDROOM INTO FENG SHUI INFLUENCED PARADISE. 731
PARTIES THAT DON'T COST A PACKET; ALISON JONES AND EMMA BRADY DISCOVER WHETHER OR NOT NETTO VALUES HOLD TRUE WHEN IT COMES TO FOOD ON A BUDGET. 1201
Party Feet stride to success for SSL. 441
PERSPECTIVE: City's lawyers lead way in new order; The legal profession is set for its biggest ever shake-up and, according to Birmingham Forward chief executive Simon Murphy, it can only be good for the city. 803
PERSPECTIVE: How we finally called time on calling time; On the eve of the the introduction of 24-hour drinking, Charlie Hamilton looks back at the history of licensing. 300
Peter Bacon's Jazz Diary: Cool sounds from Poland and jazz on your doorstep. 505
Pioneering mentors scheme wins prize. 295
Plans for regional superforce criticised. 353
Plugging the gap. 300
POST OFFERS: WIN pounds 500 TO SPEND ON FESTIVE GOODIES AT MUJI. 390
Post People: Accelerate Awards. 156
Post People: Ashfield Land fifth anniversary. 129
Post People: Birmingham Libraries and DAB event. 121
Post People: Birmingham Press Club AGM. 194
Post People: CBEB breakfast. 218
Post People: DLA planning seminar. 102
Post People: Haslimann Taylor's 18th birthday. 125
Post People: In the Pink charity gala dinner. 80
Post People: Mills & Reeve Champagne reception. 135
Post People: Post Weddings. 117
Post People: Soroptimists International. 83
Post People: Spice Ball. 119
Post People: The Gordon King golf classic. 159
Post People: West House School. 107
Prayers for dead city youngsters. 187
Prince's whistle-stop tour of tornado trail; Four months after a tornado hit south Birmingham, Neil Connor was on hand to see the Duke of Edinburgh pay a visit to the suburb which bore the brunt of the freak weather. 586
Probably the last 'clean-up' in Europe. 395
Pupils 'rescued' by move to colleges. 485
Pupils benefit from the challenge of preserving environment. 409
Racing: Bewleys Berry. 126
Racing: King-Hutchinson treble joy. 408
Railway TV screen plans fall through. 289
Recall after ink found in Nestle baby milk. 278
Reports of Hustler's demise exaggerated. 250
Retail Therapy. 859
Review of flu jab supplies announced. 333
RUGBY UNION: Beim hopeful of return for Bees; MIDLAND ROUND-UP. 331
RUGBY UNION: Ireland coach rules out bias call against Casey. 425
RUGBY UNION: Lamont insists quality display key to progress. 476
RUGBY UNION: Time to tackle dangerous play. 591
RUGBY UNION: Underdog Scots face All Black shadowmen. 419
RUGBY UNION: Varndell and Simpson-Daniel to sharpen England backline. 454
RUGBY UNION: Wales advised on title defence. 361
Scots beat off E.On in power struggle. 540
ScS turns tables on sector. 246
Security stepped up. 94
SHARELEAGUE: There is a Christmas treat in store for you. 882
Sharon 'the peacemaker' could return as prime minister. 445
Signet's profits warning. 298
Slowdown set to last two years says expert. 269
Small prices for little people. 515
Smoking ban plan for pubs attacked. 598
Stanley still raking in the cash. 396
Student's anti-piracy film scoops award. 315
Suicide man faced charges in stab case. 691
Supplier of McOvens brings back dividend. 422
Suspects released. 101
TALES OF ORDINARY MADNESS: TALK ABOUT PAP MUSIC; THERE ARE ASPECTS OF THE BOB DYLAN PHENOMENON THAT ANNOY ME TO AN INFINITE DEGREE, AND I THINK HE WAS/IS A MANIPULATIVE AND THIEVING GIT, A FAILURE AS A HUMAN BEING, BUT HIS TOWERING ARTISTIC RECORD IS AWESOME. 771
Talking continues in effort to avert airport Christmas holiday strikes. 379
The consort they call 'the phantom. 364
Theatre to be saved by council. 496
Theatregoer wins pounds 3,000 compensation for injuries caused by stage collapse. 475
Theme. 171
Tourism is recovering, says Inter. 519
Travelodge axes 200 jobs as local base shuts. 410
TRICKS OF THE TRADE. 288
TV show axed after star exposed as sex offender. 176
Widow weeps at memory of attack. 312
Widow's tribute to Villa fan killed on duty in Iraq. 568
Wolseley buys two companies. 200

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