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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 4, 2005)

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A brief history of Tams; Terry Grimley meets prolific actor-musician John Tams. 1092
Accountants' united voice. 414
Albion nets internet souvenir sales. 546
Angry police attack MPs. 97
Anniversaries On This Day: 1675: Christian Huygens patented the pocket watch. 141
Archive. 190
ARTS REVIEWS: Remarkable human beans; I Fagiolini CBSO Centre. 266
ARTS REVIEWS: Spectacular production is a long night well spent; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. 368
As I was saying. 291
Badminton: Exciting talent unearthed as Chapman takes Warwicks title. 306
Bali victim's brother shocked at claims. 513
Barclaycard raises rates. 121
Barristers may strike over new legal aid fee cuts. 413
Best 'improving' after new infection strikes. 493
Black History Month. 135
Brand scaled back after slump. 241
Brum bishop launches book. 151
Campaigners will fight on to save Hall. 334
City to get pounds 34.7m for care homes for elderly. 262
CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE: Bookies back Davis to win leader race. 147
CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE: Brown is not a soft touch, says Rifkind. 471
CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE: Candidate's background could inspire disadvantaged, says MP. 431
CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE: CONFERENCE SKETCH - All doom and gloom in wintry Blackpool. 421
CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE: Fox critical of rivals' call for change without substance. 251
CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE: Voters are rude like Paxman says MP. 355
Construction industry's note of confidence. 247
Cricket: Time for Gilchrist to show Flintoff. 633
Dad walks to London in support of charity. 286
Docs 'failed to report' Shipman drug doses. 325
Dunblane files show the mind of a killer. 416
Eastwood at Galleon. 123
Equitable drops case against two directors. 262
Ex-RAF pervert, 74, jailed. 134
Extremists face being kicked out of country. 319
Football: Anxious Saddlers bid to extend Reddy loan; LEAGUE ONE. 285
Football: Baker forced to wait for comeback. 188
Football: Chaplow's reason to hope; THE PREMIERSHIP. 646
Football: Delaney impresses as Villa enjoy goal spree; RESERVES. 277
Football: Home is where the heart is for forward-thinking Miller; THE CHAMPIONSHIP. 525
Football: Praise pours in for Taylor show. 805
Football: Vase incentive for Oldbury; NON-LEAGUE. 231
Football: Whing accepts hard times; THE CHAMPIONSHIP. 374
Galliford buys Pentland. 106
Get a life - in fact get twenty different lives. 560
Girl, 13, denies hanging boy. 542
Golf: Monty rises to 16th slot. 285
Hancock pays for sales slump. 521
Hatfield case ends for sake of families. 301
Hunt for trio after trucker is abducted. 180
IMI improves its Asian profile with pounds 20m purchase. 207
IN BRIEF. 391
Jobs fear as new BA boss talks of 'efficiency opportunities'. 263
Labour to be lunchbox police. 432
Land Rover workers' pay talks under way. 308
Letter: Babyshambles on top form. 89
Letter: Constant abuse of English. 153
Letter: The Tories haven't learnt any lessons. 179
Letter: Tory/Lib Dem coalition have dithered on RCO. 451
Letter: Unfair scare tactic on Florida. 226
London skyline is all a matter of pots and pans. 251
Looking for tenors. 170
Manufacturers' death is greatly exaggerated. 585
Merger creates new TV giant; This is a momentous day for the cable industry, with the creation of a new competitive force in the communications and entertainment industries in the UKSimon Duffy. 657
Monarch passenger rise. 110
Monteray in pounds 350m BT extension. 89
More than cash needed to solve inner-city crisis. 399
Mothers know best about caring. 200
Motor Racing: Williams fail to agree on talks. 411
Mystery death of foreign student. 237
NATO to get Afghan command. 325
New alliance will take fight to supermarkets. 764
New group to support region's glass fims. 225
New pounds 4.5m cancer unit opens in Brum. 643
New shield will help turn growing tide of bank fraud. 301
No end in sight yet for MG Rover's Longbridge Chinese puzzle. 526
Northern prediction sets aside house fears. 187
Nurse who hid babies' bodies spared jail. 326
Nurse wins her cancer drug fight. 320
Only three remain from an original group of 100. 424
Pat Murphy: Art of the graceful departure. 192
Pat Murphy: Chink of light in dark. 1596
Pat Murphy: Rio has class to prosper. 286
PERSPECTIVE: Barristers' argument on poor pay is full of holes. 585
PERSPECTIVE: Football's first superstar and best known drinker. 338
PERSPECTIVE: Take one teacher, add a handful of pupils; As part of the drive to improve children's diets, schools are braced for the return of the much-maligned home economics class. Rachel Armstrong reports. 659
Police quiz Thatcher in US inquiry. 161
POST PEOPLE: Charity Auction at Metro. 293
pounds 500k-plus E&Y men grasp 14pc increase. 407
Prison officers attacked for St George's Cross tie-pin. 202
Property prices ease for investor landlords. 265
Racing: McEvoy delivers treble treat. 696
Racing: St Pirran's hurdling ability to please Guest; TODAY'S SELECTIONS. 400
Re-branding means that Jeeves will be searching for a new job. 494
Regeneration has failed city's youth. 604
Regional champions vie for prestigious e-commerce award. 462
Regional winners into Chamber's national finals. 332
Rivo goes from strength to strength. 385
Rugby Union: Walsh flourishing in free role. 635
Rugby Union: Worcester on edge over injury to van Niekerk. 710
RURAL MATTERS: Cider firm reaches out for top award. 152
RURAL MATTERS: Farming 'crisis' in cull on diseased badgers. 224
RURAL MATTERS: Game bird cruelty is 'rubbish. 430
RURAL MATTERS: Leaving home and making friends not as concerning as money. 528
RURAL MATTERS: Support local produce and the economy will enjoy a health kick, too. 589
RURAL MATTERS: Win pounds 10,000 for your school. 132
Severn Trent happy with performance. 160
SHARE PRICES: MARKET REPORT - Boots gives investors a shot in the arm. 484
Software lacks thorough testing. 290
Speed limit in force for M6 works. 191
Speedy in Delyn buy. 140
Squash: Boswell back in Priory's ranks. 386
Study will aid tests on danger genes. 266
Tennis: Murray follows Federer curve. 509
The AA opts for a durable IT solution. 506
Theme. 155
Thick cloud blocks out UK eclipse. 153
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Caring this Christmas. 589
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Generous bequest lets Birmingham Focus update its community bus; Even though we are a charity, we still have a brand and it is important for us to promote this Alec Longhurst, Focus. 317
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Taylor helps Pettifer place final brick in wall. 266
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Tell us who deserves a top award. 225
Tributes to popular 'tomboy' Kayleigh. 577
Tube driver hailed a hero. 95
Turkey agrees terms on EU talks. 434
US boat captain says wash from another vessel caused 20 deaths. 325
We're the best in the Midlands. 179
Website sales success. 121
Widower armed with sword was shot dead. 423
Wife killer jailed for life for a third time. 651
Woman sues Midlands bus company after collision. 169
Workplace safety tackled in sick days crackdown. 237

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