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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 23, 2006)

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'Challenging' year for brick company. 565
'Fit and healthy' lecturer, 29, collapsed and died after gym session at home. 294
A class act; ALISON JONES LOOKS AT WHAT THE KIDS WILL BE TEARING AROUND THE PLAYGROUND IN THIS SEPTEMBER. 498
Athletics: Gatlin banned for eight years. 248
B'HAM GERMAN WINE FESTIVAL. 900
Badminton: Hallam targets world seeding. 286
Basra pullout could come next year. 354
Baugur stalls on offer decision. 159
Blair weathers the storm in Barbados. 590
Bodycote warning over strong pound. 329
Bosses in plea for transport solution. 261
British troops kill nine Taliban insurgents. 285
Brothel killing arrests. 109
Building the Irish Quarter Exhibition. 125
CASH, CHEQUE, CREDIT CARD... Ok - so we're obsessed with storage and always on the hunt for handy and stylish solutions to keep everything in order. This week we've come up with three handy units that would be equally at home in the hall, lounge or bedroom... 205
Casino hearings to start next week. 210
CBI West Midlands Summer Banquet. 146
CBSO has first leader for over two years. 242
City professionals are feeling the pressure. 139
Compton Verney Exhibition. 164
Conservatives plan to bring National Insurance and income tax into line. 275
Cricket: Bears tail wags to splendid effect; Durham trail Warwickshire by 261 runs with seven first-innings wickets remaining. 436
Cricket: Criticism will not stop Hair from continuing. 409
Cricket: Edgbaston consider 'no show'. 150
Cricket: ICC's video poser as Pakistan hire lawyer; BALL-TAMPERING ROW. 711
Cricket: One-day series at risk. 599
Cricket: Vincent sees Worcester home; Worcestershire beat Yorkshire by four wickets. 626
CULTURE: A better class of farce from Alan Bennett; Habeas Corpus Malvern Festival Theatre ****. 340
CULTURE: Drama schools should put Brum accent on agenda; Amateur Stage. 929
CULTURE: Last utterance from trio which really gelled; JAZZ DIARY AND CD REVIEWS JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK. 716
CULTURE: Last utterance from trio which really gelled; JAZZ DIARY AND CD REVIEWS REISSUE JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK. Sound recording review 147
CULTURE: Top names revealed for new season; JAZZ DIARY AND CD REVIEWS. Sound recording review 284
Derrick cleans up with caravan polish award. Company overview 624
Digby slams 'lazy' Britain. 571
Dudley site will create up to 180 new jobs. 360
Eastern Europeans better at communicating than Britons; IMMIGRATION. 327
Fairness is nothing to do with a tax that forces sale of family homes. 518
FINGER-PICKING CHICKEN BALLS; ANNABEL KARMEL Lunchboxes. 406
Football: Baggies capture Phillips. 734
Football: Blues labour to sink Shrews; Birmingham City 1 Shrewsbury Town 0. 933
Football: Dann dares to win it with late strike for Saddlers; CARLING CUP Plymouth Argyle 0 Walsall 1. 509
Football: Fleetwood smacks three past Sky Blues; CARLING CUP Hereford United 3 Coventry City 1. 531
Football: Mulgrew ready to fill void left by Naylor's departure; CARLING CUP. 508
Football: O'Neill's tactical challenge. 292
Football: Pair are united in their hunger; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 705
Football: Robson works on Koumas return to Albion. 427
Football: Villa face fight with fit Baros; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 899
Future bright for Brummie immigrants; IMMIGRATION. 192
Get some therapy for your computer; Win a laptop, printer and technical support worth pounds 1,000 in our great competition IT therapy. 610
GETTING THE NEEDLE; ALISON JONES LEARNS ABOUT A KNITTING COMMUNITY IN THE CENTRE OF BIRMINGHAM. 1845
Golf: Carter and Copsey set Nailcote pace. 285
Great food is only part of the story; READER OFFER Fantastic 2-for-1 offer. 325
Hallfield School Pavilion Opening. 110
Horror crash family together even in death. 444
Horse Racing: Alexandrova's hat-trick quest. 379
Horse Racing: Moore breaks duck at top-class level. 536
Hotel group beats profit predictions. 533
Housing market healthy. 475
IN BRIEF. 421
Inheritance tax is penalising middle class families as well as the rich. 257
Inquest opens on balcony death. 424
International hunt for father of dead family. 332
Iran will talk over nuclear crisis. 84
JCB Dieselmax breaks land speed record. 213
Kellogg's ad has to change. 281
Lebanon: Europe edging forward. 419
LETTERS & OPINION: Be a School Link Promoter and help Save the Children. 221
LETTERS & OPINION: Engineering is an exciting career. 378
LETTERS & OPINION: Holiday blues. 105
LETTERS & OPINION: Talk of the town. 305
LETTERS & OPINION: Teaching financial literacy. 223
LETTERS & OPINION: Why do we have illiterate adults? 274
LETTERS & OPINION: Winners and losers of free trade system. 407
Lloyds' Muslim account. 135
LSH Golf Day. 176
M&S to lead with ethical campaign. 461
Matalan chief given time for share offer. 386
Merger not enough for Virgin. 496
MODERN FRONT; COLIN AND JUSTIN TURN THIS LONDON GALLEY INTO A PRACTICAL KITCHEN AREA. 577
MP joins calls for curbs on migrants; IMMIGRATION. 490
Mums set up mother and baby gift website. 256
New course offers women confidence. 205
News Digest: Costly lock-up. 90
News Digest: Inefficient sellers. 102
News Digest: Keane crisis. 98
NO AWARDS FOR OSCAR'S; ALISON DAVISON BACKS A LOSER AT A CASINO RESTAURANT. Restaurant review 1090
Oil stocks dragging market down; MARKET REPORT. 484
Open door policy benefits economy; IMMIGRATION. 808
Ozzy tops Prezza as best figure of fun. 112
Pair released by Welsh police. 157
Panmure bucks market trend after switch. 355
Pay countries to take back their jailbirds. 207
PERSPECTIVE: An L of a job - even for the Spanish Inquisition. 593
PERSPECTIVE: Rewarding, challenging, awkward, breathtaking, hilarious, incongruous... ...and that's only the gap year! It's 12 months that can transform a life. Taking time out from education for a gap year abroad is an eye-opener as student Lizzi Middleton, who found herself in a Buddhist nunnery in India, explains. 1073
Pettifer Estates Abbey Park Development. 129
Policeman had to drive ambulance as three-year-old choked to death. 368
PPDG annual conference. 226
Property business expands to Morocco. 311
Public sector cash is crucial; Advantage Business Angels' managing director Neil Mackay continues to look at the requirements of innovation EARLY STAGE BUSINESSES. 543
Quiz of the Day. 162
Rain-hit coffee is cue for a price rise. 267
Regional Women's Enterprise Unit. 160
Resort killers freed from Cyprus jails. 197
Retail Therapy; BEAUTY STYLE. 854
RICS West Midlands Property Conference. 95
RLF's Scott Sutherland Retirement. 121
Sector pay deals still creeping in figures. 273
Security worries prompted hoaxer to plant 'bombs'. 286
Sir Digby rails against PC. 239
Survivor testifies in Iraq trial. 173
Suspects remanded over terror charges. 625
Switched On. 593
Taxes stifle enterprise, say local companies. 421
The new faces of Birmingham. 173
THIS WEEK'S STYLE BIBLE; Paula Pryke's Simple Flowers, pounds 12.99, published by Ryland, Peters & Small. 92
Top names drawn to city region summit. 317
Tourists back in hotels after forest fire alert. 246
Tribute to tragic air rifle boy. 431
TRICKS OF THE TRADE... 386
TV show spotlights paedophile conviction. 227
Ukraine plane crash kills 170. 263
Vans show almost sold out for NEC return. 602
Video phone tech company is ready for the big time; EARLY STAGE BUSINESSES. 461
Who will notice the 'invisible' workers? IMMIGRATION. 447
Why people too lazy to organise accounts are losing pounds 1.7bn a year. 385
Work starts at Hemisphere. 254

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