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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 22, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
'Best men' help Lee on big day. 310
'You cannot be serious' BAA tells Ferrovial. 526
A new growing season to plan - and new boys' toys to play with, too. 559
A tour around some of the best deals on the market; GREAT ESCAPES. 658
Anniversaries. 135
Athletics: Domestic failing could leave race to Gebrselassie. 456
Bears and dolls find new home. 266
Berlusconi refuses to admit he is beaten. 256
Boost for investors in mining stocks as FTSE 100 hits five-year high; MARKET REPORT. 404
Briatore targets big guns. 223
Bruce reflects Blues' new-found positivity; Everton v Birmingham City. 794
Cabinet's china gift. 181
Charles' emotional tribute. 493
Children's Books; Ivy by Julie Hearn. Oxford University Press. pounds 5.99. Reviewed by Jayne Howarth. 300
Chinese leader's trade gap pledge. 486
Come to Australia, but only if you're under 45 and not overweight. 443
Concierge. 619
Concrete jungle threat to region's green belt. 694
Constructing a case for HR professionals and big dangers of the PSL. 517
Cricket: Batty eyes Test recall; Being overlooked for Ashes Test at Edgbaston resulted in left-arm spinner regaining place in one-day team in India Josh Ball on Gareth Batty's plan to relaunch his international career. 820
Cricket: Bears chief prepared to talk politics. 268
Cricket: Ebullient Mitchell happy to play the sheet anchor role. 662
Cricket: Harvey sees off gallant White and Somerset in innings win; County Championship Review. 614
Cricket: Shoaib and Zaheer aid Malik plan; India Ian Clarkson on a pivotal season for the England U-19 pace bowler. 934
Cricket: Slow pitch and survival batting will test Bears; Hove (third day of four): Sussex trail Warwickshire by 41 runs with eight second-innings wickets in hand. 723
Day of firsts for pygmy group. 124
Desperately seeking Will; Chris Upton looks at the man - and men - who could well be Shakespeare. 1264
Dobson warns his players to show interest in futures; NON-LEAGUE. 319
Downing expands business in Hagley. 194
Ericsson's profits hit by Marconi. 137
Ethical holiday in UK. 262
EU denies its cash led to Ryton closure. 321
Evans claims No 1 spot. 237
Family 'devastated' by teen's death. 144
Fantastique understanding and precision; National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain Symphony Hall. 281
FINANCIAL WEEK: THE WEEK'S REVIEW. 900
Football: Action-filled countdown to Germany 2006 starts here; The England Compendium by Clive Batty [Vision Sports Publishing]' 78 - How a nation lost the World Cup by Graham McColl [Headline]' England's Last Glory by David Miller [Pavilion Books]' This Time by Harry Harris [John Blake Publishing] Book Reviews. 518
Football: Barkley braced to inspire Bath's effort; Heineken Cup. 694
Football: Bescot mind games matter; League One Walsall v Huddersfield. 590
Football: Blues need the force to be with them; Odds & Evens. 332
Football: Bruce may enjoy last laugh with Forssell. 591
Football: Cooper demands Lambs' own stuff; Nationwide Conference. 462
Football: Former Claret and Blues dispute Boro's FA Cup semi-final armband; Ged Scott on what good a 4-0 defeat by Aston Villa did for Middlesbrough. 785
Football: Goal-shy Wolves pay high price; Wolverhampton Wanderers v Brighton & Hove Albion. 460
Football: Hall happy to focus on present; Coca-Cola Championship Stoke City v Coventry City. 465
Football: Leeds duo ensure England are third; U19 World Championship. 246
Football: Noon eyes Burton and then Thailand; Nationwide North. 545
Football: Ridgewell comes of age at Villa. 729
Football: Robson the miracle-worker; Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion. 767
Football: Swifts upbeat on Brackley mission; SOUTHERN ONE WEST NON-LEAGUE. 502
Football: Whild expects dogfight to last for another week. 377
Football: Yo-yo Pitmen facing biggest task to avoid dreaded drop. 364
Ford hits biggest loss for four years. 533
Garden Diary. 425
Get on your bike to track down the tastiest food; TV's Hairy Bikers tell Lucy Corry about their latest serving. 852
Give authority full control of buses. 175
Glass class at home; Sally Hoban looks at a specialist sale in Stourbridge, an area steeped in the history of beautiful glass. 1150
GM stays silent on Ellesmere rumours. 492
Golf: Lawrie poised to strike after lightning halts Asian Open. 377
Group wide growth for WPP offsets weaker UK. 301
Healey stalls on Coventry decision. 407
HEALTH: Nurse who smuggled drugs is struck off. 286
HEALTH: Obesity is biggest challenge for region. 463
HEALTH: Overseas doctors find jobs under threat as Labour makes them EU only. 325
HEALTH: Take health trust to court, urges MP in Herceptin row. 480
HEALTH: UK is producing a new generation of fatties. 640
Hollywood's exotic movie queen with the deadly venom; Joan Crawford: Hollywood Martyr, by David Bret, Robson Books, pounds 16.99. Reviewed by Anthony Looch. 341
Horse Racing: Faasel can triumph. 449
Horse Racing: Kempton all lit up. 138
Horse Racing: Stars is ready to shine at Ayr; SCOTTISH GRAND NATIONAL. 694
In brief: PERSONAL FINANCE - Quality businesses to be found. 534
IN BRIEF:. 399
Is this a crown... 115
Jobs axed as city region moves a step closer. 205
Kerrang! rocks airwaves; Adrian Serle, managing director of Kerrang! Radio UK explains to John Marsden how a work hard/play hard professional ethos and a fresh niche in broadcasting is rocking the broadcasting world from Birmingham. 1902
King ready to hand over power in Nepal. 385
Labour steps up attack on Cameron's eco agenda. 428
Lawn Tennis: Secrets of the talent-spotter; Success is now a double act for England No 1, says Adam Dent. 803
LETTERS & OPINION: Britannia or Blair Force One? 325
LETTERS & OPINION: Front gardens or car parks? 245
LETTERS & OPINION: We should learn to say non. 81
LETTERS & OPINION: World-class displays. 529
Light-fingered hacks beware. 1069
Lookers is using scare tactics, says Pendragon. 593
Moran's wrath descends on Royals after play-offs slip; NON-LEAGUE. 413
Motor Racing: Defiant Button revved up to put brake on Renault; FORMULA ONE. 576
Motor Racing: Mobiles on course to alter game; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 911
My ship came in on Saga Rose; David Faers eats, drinks and trips the light fantastic on board the Saga Rose. 1387
New light on learning and behavioural difficulties promises lasting and non-invasive treatment; Lisa Salmon discovers a new approach to children with learning difficulties suchas dyslexia and behaviour problems. 548
New roads have proved a magnet for developers. 390
News Digest: Airport request. 97
News Digest: Milk warning. 90
Not so NICE. 302
O'Leary lets win speak volumes; SPORTS LETTER. 269
PERSONAL FINANCE: Britons pile up a mountain of debt. 241
PERSONAL FINANCE: Drivers enjoy dip in premiums. 213
PERSONAL FINANCE: Hunt is on for the best investor. 745
PERSONAL FINANCE: Leaving financial planning too late. 351
PERSONAL FINANCE: New deadline proposed for tax self-assessment returns. 432
PERSONAL FINANCE: See your bank statement on a mobile phone. 178
PERSONAL FINANCE: The hidden costs of a home loan. 1230
PERSPECTIVE: Failure to expel five makes a mockery of fraud policy; IRON ANGLE LOCAL OVERNMENT WITH A SLANT. 502
PERSPECTIVE: Why Britain is the boss's flexible friend; The imminent closure of Peugeot's Ryton plant poses the question as to whether UK employment law is unfair? Here Mike Peachey, human resources director at Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Derek Simpson, general secretary of Amicus, have their say Sacking workers can be a political disaster. 997
Pictures so graceful in their calm inscrutability; The Lamas of Tibet by Melina Mulas, Five Continents, pounds 27. Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. 494
PM choice splits Iraq. 197
Police in the clear over M-way chase gun death. 293
Property millionaires up, while prices dip. 339
Quiz of the Day. 172
Racing club row to delay Silverstone work. 232
Region's rich getting richer. 571
Remember to relax; There's no gain without pain, but Jayne Howarth can't wait to return to Center Parcs. 1239
Reviews: Keeping Secrets, by Andrew Rosenheim, Hutchinson, pounds 16.99. Reviewed by James Cleary. 278
Reviews: What Happens Now, by Jeremy Dyson, Abacus, pounds 10.99. Reviewed by Alex Sarll. 249
Robert is called to account by hotels. 649
Rugby Union: Basement slot haunts tired Bees; National One. 777
Rugby Union: Cup success easing league title pressures on Wasps; Guinness Premiership. 392
Rugby Union: Doomed Orrell targeted by settled Stourbridge. 428
Rugby Union: Guests could spoil party; National TWO Rugby Correspondent Brian Dick on a Moseley script written, but yet tobe followed. 859
Rugby Union: Relieved Falcons chase silverware; European Challenge Cup. 256
Rugby Union: Return of Gillies and Le Roux can be key Worcester players; European Challenge Cup. 575
Rugby Union: SO Who Are YOU, Then? - CORNISH PIRATES; (v Coventry). 137
Rugby Union: SO Who Are YOU, Then? - LAUNCESTON; (v Moseley). 96
Rugby Union: SO Who Are YOU, Then? - Surprising facts about this weekend's opposition; GLOUCESTER (v Worcester). 81
Russians to rescue as Firmin is saved. 381
Salute to the winners of 1966. 620
Santana loses his fight. 136
Snooker: Murphy remains too hot to hold after fire scare. 361
Stay healthy for your exams; As exam revision time gets underway, it's very easy to become stressed and forget about your health, discovers Lucy Corry. 997
Stowaway cat tagged. 143
Take a walk on the wilder side. 533
Taming of the Bard; Arts Editor Terry Grimley meets Deborah Shaw, the woman responsible for organising the Royal Shakespeare Company's Complete Works Festival to celebrate every known work by the Bard. Both plays and poems will be performed in his home town by the RSC and visiting companies from around the globe. 1401
Teach Darwin 'theory' as fact. 156
Tears of a father whose son's life was snatched away. 588
Teens planned shooting spree on Hitler's birthday. 230
The Queen takes her big day in her stride. 337
The real craft of a young joiner; THE SATURDAY INTERVIEW with Sir Donald Sinden. 1898
The summertime hues; Now is the time to prepare those summer hanging baskets, says Hannah Stephenson. 749
Theme. 174
Twist in a dark episode; A family photo set author Sebastian Junger on to a journey of dark discovery, as Mark Egan finds out. 899
US theory says Bard was son of queen. 371
West will be playing Ball next season; NON-LEAGUE. 495
What is the bottom line? It's Real Nappy Week next week. Ros Dodd looks at why thousands of new parents are going back to basics. 1324
Wherefore art thou? Inspired by the Bard? Ken Bennett has a selection of Shakespearean breaks that won't end in tragedy. 1078
Win tickets to best Gardeners' World Live yet; Post competition. 405
Woman so thin she was nearly kicked out of Oz. 158
Wyevale backs consortium's pounds 310.9m takeover. 319
You're not fat enough to live here. 806

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