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

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6.5m choose Moyles for breakfast. 209
Accounting change fails to damage iSoft. 218
Apprentices' pounds 40 gender pay gap. 140
Aviva hurt by rivals' cut-price tactics. 283
Axe may fall on our best police. 505
Backbenchers round on Kelly over school reform plans. 455
Backstage staff in limelight. 232
Bank rate 'heading north, not south'. 335
BAT looks east for European profits in Russia and Romania. 373
Big Ben to stop for maintenance work. 136
Birmingham Post comment: If it isn't broken then why try and fix it. 409
Birmingham Post comment: Just a fudge. 297
Birmingham Post comment: Pot, kettle, black. 97
Blacks prays for rain. 494
Bomb plot 'time waster' in court. 203
Boots hit by double business whammy. 550
Bournville masterplan for the 21st Century. 335
Charles speaks out on global warming. 291
Cheer up - 'slugflation' is nothing like as bad as 'stagflation. 538
City in the dock over Jew pupils' bus fees. 414
Commuter tells of death-hole escape. 324
Cook heads up buyout of Wegener. 226
Cost-cutting and sales put Fujitsu back on the road. 322
Council faces pounds 250,000 bill for Spitfire sculpture move. 304
Coward painting to be auctioned. 145
Cricket: Loudon tests his mettle. 770
Cricket: Pears' Bracken receives call-up. 235
Crooks exploit terror alert. 85
Culture: A sobering look at our booze culture; A new drama throws an uncomfortable spotlight on the British drinking problem Lucy Corry and Wil Marlow talk to one of its stars and also look at the effects of heavy drinking. 569
Culture: Classical review: Breeding wins through; Philharmonia Symphony Hall. 275
Culture: DVD Reviews: Simp-ly hilarious. 913
Culture: Know your drink limits and stay fit. 597
CYCLING: Strasbourg to start Tour. 206
Detectives seek Polish national after body in car is identified as stab victim. 394
Doctors not giving up on Best. 220
Eleven die in airport jail blaze. 150
Eton jibes fail to rile educated Cameron. 377
Eurotunnel battle over pounds 6.12bn debt. 462
Football: Baggies rule out unlucky Kirkland. 759
Football: Baros out of City clash. 775
Football: Cooper swoops for Dons keeper; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 298
Football: Fit Roper helps boost confidence. 229
Football: Flintoff fights homesickness before Pakistan tour has begun. 579
Football: Heskey still hopeful of winning fitness race. 426
Football: Moors weighing up Damson Park future; NATIONWIDE NORTH. 314
Football: Page to bring City woes to book. 409
Football: Pair welcomed back to fold by Willenhall bosses; SOUTHERN ONE WEST. 330
Football: Robinson facing FA charge after red card. 126
Football: Ross set to battle for Wolves place; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 412
Football: Still a Forss fit for Blues. 520
Football: Sutton all set for test. 127
Football: Thome in loan move to Rams. 164
Football: Vassell: 'I can't see Doug Ellis leaving Villa. 578
Galloway accused of corruption again. 451
Geldof named Man of Peace. 84
Gnawing doubts on eager beavers beaver. 616
Golf: Crossed dressing. 187
Golf: Monty ready to conquer Europe. 874
Golf: Purple patch keeps Webster in the chase. 412
Goodyear enjoys best quarter for seven years. 272
GP suspended over Shipman morphine. 153
Homes cleared in rush-hour alert after tanker overturns. 206
Hospital will cut jobs to save cash. 425
How Mr Goldstein's kosher gag finally raised a laugh. 286
I did not move to England just to study online. 356
Iran steps back into dark ages. 480
Israel back on trail of revenge. 247
Judicial U-turn for Miers. 469
Kennedy sets up Lib Dem inquiry into Swiss role of election donation. 312
Knight Frank makes mark in Manhattan. 458
LDV confident of maintaining production. 278
LEGAL & FINANCE: Bentley Jennison. 208
LEGAL & FINANCE: I walked on hot coals to raise cash for Meningitis Trust. 221
LEGAL & FINANCE: I'm baffled how these business plans and budgets are worked out. 557
LEGAL & FINANCE: Martineau wins college contract. 357
LEGAL & FINANCE: Now shed a tear for the pounds 46.50 a day barrister. 312
LEGAL & FINANCE: Overweight lose in jobs market. 278
LEGAL & FINANCE: Stress at work is still a problem. 523
LEGAL & FINANCE: Stuart on beat for Woolley. 160
LEGAL & FINANCE: Wragge secures buyout. 384
LEGAL & FINANCE: Wright Hassall answers 'what's in a name. 186
Lending on properties highest for over a year. 355
Letter: Calling old comrades. 81
Letter: Fire chief should resign. 154
Letter: Postive response to stadium. 120
Letter: Postive response to stadium. 92
Letter: Sound judgement and honesty is required for leadership. 241
Letter: Terrible war crimes of English generals. 275
Maiden Group bowled over by drop in sales. 229
Make us happy, staff tell bosses; By Charlotte Bailey Special correspondent. 114
Market kicks Reuters for not being upbeat. 382
MARKET REPORT: Shell fails to put foot on the gas for market. 492
Matt Vause, from Fino Cafe Bar. 91
Miners are killed in gold mine explosion. 147
Motoring: Bit too ordinary to feel like a Beemer. 322
Motoring: Bunch of gripes for proton. 167
Motoring: Simply better Sportage. 638
Motoring: Style and status take a back seat for Almera. 560
New gas pipeline plugs gap in supplies. 554
Nicotine test helps smokers quit. 241
No expense spared over MPs' claims. 656
No sparklers without a passport, grandmother told. 219
OLYMPICS: Open-water swimming to create Olympic splash in 2012. 606
Paedophiles told to keep doors closed. 177
Pension changes bring investor interest back to buy-to-let market. 441
Perspective: Cities share a name and a sad heritage; Birmingham has united this week in condemning the worst unrest in the city for two decades but as Roz Golds discovers in our namesake city, there are no quick fixes to racial disharmony. 797
Perspective: How we stuff MPs, just like Paxo. 587
Portrait of the artist... is probably another young man. 229
Post Debate: Hewitt may have last laugh on smoke ban; The Health Secretary has not given up on her mission to outlaw smoking in all public places, as Lyndsay Moss and Jennifer Sym report. 1526
Protesters' anger over road revival. 508
Pubs stop food to avoid ban. 86
Racing: Classy Bouboulina shows rivals way. 604
Racy new Archers wins fans. 130
RAF doctor 'firm' over Iraq stand. 90
RALLYING: McRae geared up for Australia finale. 477
Residential Property: 17th century home over five levels. 1171
Residential Property: Elevated home boasts river views. 1088
Residential Property: Elizabethan home in 17 acres. 895
Residential Property: Everything at the touch of a button. 874
Residential Property: Period cottage with plenty of extras. 423
Residential Property: Tranquil riverside idyll. 489
Residential Property: Trio of Harborne tempters. 713
Residential Property: Twin aspects of a 'splendid restoration. 672
Road safety plea as hospitals await casualties of darker evenings. 229
RUGBY UNION: Determined Robinson urges Sharks to put bite on unfancied Dragons. 539
RUGBY UNION: RFU scrapping Long Form Agreement. 471
S&N scratches new skin product. 360
Save our children from junk food. 124
Scary Tony is top of the ghouls. 149
Scotland sizzles in October's Indian Summer. 274
Scotland Yard defends terror shooting policy. 601
Sony clinging on but full-year loss looms. 547
Student in legal battle over fees. 555
Suicide pact girl's grave visit. 178
TENNIS: Murray triumphs in Basle. 323
The Balti Belt light show. 525
The Brown way ahead. 152
The chicken's off, worried chef tells discerning diners. 450
The icing on Birmingham's Christmas cake. 209
The pounds 1.5m hourly prize for cash-choked Shell. 581
The Works up for top awards. 193
Timeline of a gushing rush to profits. 559
Toffs' shop comes to Warwickshire. 278
Traffic warden stabbed. 82
Two detained by police after weekend city riot murder. 430
Volunteer jailed for sex abuse of teenager. 330
Winter deaths 'a scar on society. 261
WOMEN'S FOOTBALL: England's far from unlucky 13. 181

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