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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 13, 2006)

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'Computer geek' facing US fury. 350
20-stone woman rotted on her sofa. 230
A busy time for BIA. 125
A million hopes. 312
Airport is closed over bomb note. 211
Ancient city company looks set to be saved. 158
Another honour for Jaguar XJ. 202
Anti-war activist fined for protest. 557
Authorities to become one body for region. 263
Bad Dogs and Englishmen; Mike Davies reviews the week's new cinema releases. 1746
Badminton: IN BRIEF - Tracey Hallam and Jill Pittard. 81
Balfour Beatty Power Networks. 148
BCCI judge described court case as 'farcical'. 450
Blair backs wholesale sackings in NHS. 477
Breaking down the barriers between genres. 559
Carmaker to keep 15pc stake in EADS. 339
Chamber's energy plea to Government. 570
Child welfare visits Britney after her baby is hurt in fall. 286
City charity given pounds 75 0k grant. 158
City lecturer to discuss movies' take on the Bible. 356
Clairvoyant jailed over fake will con trick; Breaking down the barriers. 288
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: LaSalle to capitalise on team's success. 245
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Office interest increases. 502
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Significant impact of pounds 20m city building. 250
Commons inquiry to hear city views. 393
Concert critic was a little unfair. 180
Council applies brakes to Formula One centre. 532
Council's chief executive is no longer acting. 302
Cricket: Heroic Strauss gets England off mark; CRICKET. 586
Cricket: Knight prepares for final season. 345
Cricket: Knight times end of innings; Chief Cricket Writer George Dobell on Nick Knight, who announced yesterday that he would retire after this summer. 1762
Cricket: Late wickets lift Bangladesh hopes of sensation. 291
Cricket: Vaughan may review one-day future. 297
Desert Island Sue to sail off into sunset. 456
Diversity is vast unused resource. 637
Dividend milestone for Laura Ashley. 407
Doctor is cleared of killing baby girl. 261
Dreadful arrogant bullying leaders. 106
Driver in cannabis smuggling ring jailed. 280
Dying on stage in the name of art. 158
Earnings rise down to bonuses, says NS. 413
Eco-friendly pluses add value to bottom line; FOCUS ON COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 613
Eurotunnel's stark warning on future. 695
Families of Red Caps ask police for help; On standby for derby cauldron. 188
Firm's charity work. 161
Football: Albion safe with Gera's goal supply; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 730
Football: BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP - Bruce still searching to strike the perfect balance; Blues will need their front-men to hit form to save their season. Ian Clarkson reports. 652
Football: Boro book Villa Park date; NATIONAL FOOTBALL. 303
Football: Cahill's good news at last. 710
Football: COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP - Hornets' Boothroyd ready to provide sting in Wolves tale. 644
Football: Hawthorns cast-off Anderson 'next Michael Owen'. 440
Football: LEAGUE ONE - Saddlers urged to keep faith. 386
Football: O'Leary sweats on Villa skipper. 602
Football: Robson worried by some class acts in Premiership's basement. 440
Fresh hit for village people; FOCUS ON COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 106
From farm to stage; Terry Grimley finds out how a farm in Warwickshire became a home from home for a young violin virtuoso from Kazakhstan. 1165
From strength to strength. 507
Getting stressed could help women in fight against flu. 462
Girls face new charge over death. 162
Golf: Early defence puts Casey's China form to test; GOLF CHINA OPEN. 566
Golf: Missing five halfway cuts fails to banish Monty's optimism; GOLF. 239
Golf: Top-ten finishes give Els hope of Masters low being forgotten; GOLF. 381
Greenspan's fear over world's assets. 117
Hero of canal rescue left battling for life. 259
Homebase slashes prices but can't prevent earnings dip. 395
Horse Racing: Sir Percy steps up Guineas campaign. 635
IMF global growth forecast looks set to go up, says deputy finance minister. 276
Introduction to an almost forgotten musical force. 494
Is anyone out there? 88
Is PFI really the right way to help drive public projects? 446
Jury hears passengers take on hijackers on doomed plane. 472
Killer back in court over prison assault. 205
Laissez faire attitude to employment would not suit the French. 522
Lawley rescued. 101
Lookers' warning on hostile takeover. 295
LSE shares soar but Nasdaq may still buy more. 332
MANUFACTURING: Dark clouds looming on the horizon, says EEF. 361
MANUFACTURING: Racer Matt forced off track; Manufacturing Editor John Revill talks to Matt Neal about hard times on the track and in the alloy wheels industry. 1395
MANUFACTURING: Walsall firm is named among UK's top 16. 364
Mike and Richard helped to shape my young life. 668
Milan shows Burberry is leaving the chavs behind. 380
Mum wins Herceptin case. 689
New service takes to skies at Birmingham International. 273
News Digest: Attack victim plea. 80
News Digest: Quarry rescue. 81
Next boss pays price as retail sales slump. 268
Nothing worth watching on the 'idiots lantern'. 313
Npower is exploring the possibility of 'clean coal' power plant. 411
Oil edges ever closer to record $70 mark. 442
Parents are to blame for many of society's ills. 403
Pc hung on as driver tried to flee. 198
Peppers Birmingham launch. 166
Plastic is not so fantastic for credit card holders who pay for where they live. 410
Police act as QE2 is threatened. 182
Putting faith in football. 421
Questions are raised over bird flu figures. 287
Retailer back in profit. 421
Rice tells UN to be strong on Iran. 424
Ritchley is to quit job at society. 514
Ritchley to retire. 99
Royals out in force as Harry goes on parade. 696
Rugby League: IN BRIEF - Rushall. 80
Rugby Union: Crocked Farrell has to write off season. 395
Rugby Union: IN BRIEF - Kim Shaylor. 104
Rugby Union: Injury-hit Bees given RFU help to ease crisis; RUGBY UNION. 510
Ruling leaves Labour's terror laws in 'tatters'. 309
Runners and riders in race for the job. 134
Salt death couple must face retrial, says court. 703
Seeing inside the mind of a genius. 253
Service pipes as long as the Channel Tunnel. 123
SHARE PRICES: Investor raid sends FTSE plunging; MARKET REPORT. 482
Sign up for a fun walk and help the BHF. 268
Sun says 'sorry' to Wayne and Coleen. 280
Super hospital backed by PM. 733
Swinger post angers mum. 94
Taxpayers foot bill for PM's dash for votes. 222
Teachers opposed to education reforms. 273
Teens found guilty in pensioner killing. 539
Thank you to friends and neighbours. 168
Thatcher to blame for lack of respect. 259
Train yobs risking lives. 131
Two groups looking after their members. 197
Unemployment at three-year high. 719
US troops 'like the Nazis'. 163
Victim in campaign over crime. 164
Visma's Sage U-turn. 181
Watchdog launches mortgage fraud plan. 413
We must keep faith in our faith schools; Faith schools have fallen under the spotlight again after a teaching union called for an end to their state funding. Here the Most Rev Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Birmingham, explains why he believes in them. 1118
WH Smith to split its news arm. 689
What is it? What does it do? Why so important? 431
What kind of NHS are we building? 701
WS Atkins predicting good year for results. 366

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