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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 5, 2005)

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A stunning result for Brocton. 178
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: Diary. 167
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: Rare memento of the mail train; Collecting. 334
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: The artists who potted beauty in an 'ugly' world; Sally Hoban investigates the work of one of the Midlands most renowned potteries. 916
APPOINTMENTS: Andy is handy for Co-op. 506
APPOINTMENTS: Low-tax gravy train is coming off the rails for non-domiciles. 454
Archive: 17th century plotters who sparked the course of history; This year sees a series of landmark anniversaries and today is no exception. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves looks at a series of events to mark the 400th anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot. 677
Archive: The jury had to stop for tea; Chris Upton discovers how a killer in Solihull got away with murder. 903
Athletics: Fit-again Brown has his sights on Big Apple triumph. 526
Athletics: Ryan takes on Yelling. 121
Ban lifted on Moonie head. 128
Bankruptcies soar as borrowers struggle. 207
Behzti decision 'was right' says judge. 395
Birmingham Post comment: Learning to live without Longbridge. 397
Birmingham Post comment: The new green. 84
Birmingham Post comment: Who pays. 298
Black is new green. 169
Blair faces revolt over terror bill. 426
Bond girl is back behind the wheel. 121
Book review: 'Old Stoneface' at forefront of changes to keep game fresh. 598
Books: A geodesic walk beyond my ken; A Briefer History of Time, by Stephen Hawking with Leonard Mlodinow. Bantam Press, pounds 15. 364
Books: CHILDREN'S BOOKS; Books can often answer those big questions that children ask, says Jayne Howarth. 231
Books: Epoch of creative artistry; Decorative Arts and Architecture of the 1920s by Roberto Papini, Thames & Hudson, pounds 75/Modernism in American Silver - 20th century design by Jewel Stern, Yale, pounds 40. Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. 761
Books: Review: The Ultimate Book Of British Comics by Graham Kibble-White, Allison & Busby, pounds 14.99. 161
Books: Review: What Remains: A Memoir Of Fate, Friendship and Love, by Carole Radziwill, Scribner, pounds 12.99. 323
Books: What did the Romans ever do for Boudica; Boudica and the Lost Roman by Mike Ripley, Severn House, (pounds 18.99). 427
Break a leg on the ski slopes. 248
Brighter future for jewellery business. 417
BUSINESS OF SPORT: League's lack of cash threatens Hearts' dreams. 824
BUSINESS PROFILE: I get a huge buzz out of being given responsibility; The manager of the new SAS Radisson tells Ros Dodd why the hotel is her life at the moment. 1965
Call centres a massive turn off for consumers. 362
Canalside plot fetches a fortune. 104
Clarke pours scorn on Tory drugs policy. 339
Cleared union man wants his job back. 432
Collymore fined. 108
Cricket: Bears beat Surrey in race for Vettori's signature. 1003
Cricket: McGrath's quality undoes West Indies. 714
Cricket: Testing time for flexible England. 568
Dangers of selling SIPPs revealed. 570
Defections warning hits BSkyB confidence. 381
Disputes cost BA pounds 35-pounds 40m. 263
Drivers told to slow down. 103
Drug-dealing player is jailed. 206
Drugs shame of former police officer. 271
Eat smart, eat StreetSmart for a change. 424
End of a motoring era. 89
Extra police in city after graves attack. 546
Family: Make every second precious; "Life's too short" is fast becoming a mantra for a growing number of people Emma Pomfret looks at ways of making every minute count. 537
Family: Parents need to get their house in order; Parents sometimes have to step on the brakes, says Carrie Dunn. 536
Family: Spending quality time together; Is your home a sanctuary where you enjoy spending time with your partner or is it simply a place where you bump into each other occasionally? Lucy Corry looks at ways of increasing the quality of your time together. 980
Father and sons guilty of killing. 488
Father killed after watching big match. 82
Firefighters to strike over job reforms. 343
Five white supremacists jailed. 266
Football violence in region still on the rise. 484
Football: Baros urged to emulate Vassell. 761
Football: Big three return as Sky Blues chase vital win. 338
Football: Bournemouth test is not the only examination for Ward. 493
Football: Colley desperate to take third chance of glory. 444
Football: CrouchOs sole aim is to end his Anfield drought. 444
Football: Gabbidon awaiting Earnshaw. 299
Football: Gethin aims to seize chance against Khan; Ian Clarkson meets the Midlands fighter next in line to tackle the precocious Olympic silver medallist. 800
Football: Giant-killing deeds fuel optimism for HednesfordOs Whittle. 528
Football: Heggs eyes up winning return; The former Baggie tells Ian Clarkson why he left Spain to play for Tamworth. 892
Football: Hoddle adds keeper after loan market blank. 618
Football: Hull in Leeds tickets row. 225
Football: Kilkenny's chance to make mark. 794
Football: Kinsella goal gives relief to Saddlers; Merthyr Tydfil 1 Walsall 2. 707
Football: Kirkland opens way for James. 337
Football: Lazaridis and Izzet put on Blues alert. 372
Football: Love's sweet on success for Boro. 430
Football: Revenge fires Aulton on Scholars' big day. 703
Football: Robson in call for end to niceties. 861
Football: Sinton's humble start in management repeats playing plan of classy teenager; REMEMBER ANDY SINTON. 649
Football: Thompson bids to leave United hamstrung; Comeback kid tells Colin Stoner heOs up for the biggest game of his career. 568
Football: Wrexham wrecked as Bulls charge on. 86
French youths still on rampage. 436
Golf: Between Rock and a card place. 479
Health: Light up your life to beat Winter Blues; The end of British Summer Time is always a time to be sad. But, as Gabrielle Fagan and Lisa Haynes explain, there are ways of beating the winter blues. 1159
Health: Post natal depression: help is at hand for all new mothers; It is often waved away as the baby blues, but Gabrielle Fagan discovers how post natal depression takes a serious grip on mothers. 829
HOCKEY: Olton sights on top spot. 573
HOMES & GARDENS: Garden cutting s. 469
HOMES & GARDENS: GARDEN DIARY. 376
HOMES & GARDENS: GARDENING CHORES. 119
HOMES & GARDENS: Gritty charm of alpines; Hannah Stephenson loves the cool charm of alpine plants. 527
HOMES & GARDENS: Maples make a handsome splash of autumn colour. 511
Hope lost for boys swept out to sea. 599
Horses for courses. 107
Hospice shame of health trusts. 258
House prices grind to halt. 550
Hunt supporters rally to defy 'flawed' ban. 573
IRON ANGLE: Delays likely in Midland metro extension; LOCAL GOVERNMENT WITH A SLANT. 510
JOHN BRIGHT: Lion roams in Moseley. 808
Judges show mercy as Harvey the hacker is released from jail. 267
Land Rover stays in the driving seat. 609
Letter: It's just the same old people again. 274
Letter: No religion in education. 146
Letter: The time stands still for no man. 278
Library division hits rock bottom. 378
MARKET REPORT: A disappointing week of trading for top line firms. 384
Medical assistants prove their worth. 193
Nanjing unsure over plant. 472
Nippon wary over aquisition. 211
No good vibrations between Beach Boys. 234
Online deals can wreck credit. 223
Personal finance: Brazil is new hope for overseas buyers. 126
Personal finance: Builders bank on sales rise in 2005. 211
Personal finance: The cost of information packs; Jeremy Gates reports on the implications to sellers of the new legislation on house sales. 1225
Perspective: FORBIDDEN; It was a love affair that ended in murder. Aislinn Simpson examines the tragedy of Manna Begum and Arash Ghorbani-Zarin. 905
pounds 3m payout for ex-soccer star's son. 352
Racing: Ellison aims to win it in Style. 796
Racing: Feathard Lady still unbeaten. 139
Racing: Hayley Turner and Saleem Golam. 119
Racing: Knight appeals Towcester fine. 299
Racing: Softly softly for War of Attrition. 710
Report criticises police procedures in Deepcut deaths investigation. 441
Review: Unusual and rewarding experiment; Un-Kahi MAC, Cannon Hill Park. 278
Rugby Union: Davies demands Leeds do talking on pitch. 566
Rugby Union: Home glory spurs Cook. 913
Rugby Union: How born-again Bick has seized his chance to lead Moseley drive. 616
Rugby Union: Knight in for hungry Bees. 752
Rugby Union: Pack will be key to Coventry double. 582
Rugby Union: Return to Wales stirs emotions for Henry. 373
Rugby Union: Robinson viewing Deacon as Martin Johnson of the future; ENGLAND V AUSTRALIA. 480
Rugby Union: Ruddock looks to apply pressure; WALES V NEW ZEALAND. 540
Rugby Union: SO WHO ARE YOU, THEN. 216
Rugby Union: Worcester confirm top class pedigree; Worcester 15 Leicester 11. 823
S&N achieves a larger measure of the market. 385
School worries. 95
Shares in Greggs. 220
Simon says scrap the TV licence fee. 265
Tears and cheers as woman jailed on appeal for fatal assault. 371
TENNIS: In brief. 113
The Saturday Interview: Escape - from being a stranger in my own life. 2503
Toyota stumbles in its march to take automotive top spot. 340
Travel: CONCIERGE. 696
Travel: GREAT ESCAPES: A tour around some of the best deals on the market. 744
Travel: This will float your boat; Worried you're missing out on the cruise holiday boom, but scared of splashing out only to find it isn't for you Jeremy Gates has the answer - a weekend cruise. 878
Travel: TRAVEL SHOP: Break away to a new winter destination; This week we look at winter breaks to suit all budgets and all requirements. 284
Travel: Wales in winter couldn't be finer; The office getting too much for you? Perhaps you're in need of a spot of enforced relaxation - and a luxurious holiday home in Wales in ideal, says Lisa Piddington. 1011
Trust boss shocked at abrupt dismissal. 303
Twin plot results in criminal's escape. 278
Two men charged over bomb conspiracy. 461
Urban living pioneer goes bust. 256
Vardy upbeat over trading. 125
Vigil for Iranian family facing deportation. 351
Walking through history; Starting from Fillongley Matthew Allton takes us on a walk to the ancient hamlet of Maxstoke. He is a member of Walkingworld.com. 1672
We need armour say paramedics and drivers. 341
Weekend: Puppy love overdose; We treat our pets like part of the family. Some of us even treat them like our children. But spoiling your furry friend can have huge repercussions for their physical and mental health, as Caroline Foulkes discovers. 1834
WI stalwart dies at home. Obituary 172

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