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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 31, 2006)

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'Chinese MI5 agent' wins 11th hour deportation reprieve. 286
'Vamp' Scarlett makes waves in Venice. 334
Annan says Israel must end suffering. 406
Archive. 229
ARM lends a helping hand to clean up in Project Kingfisher. 269
Bank rate rise will be maj or blow. 620
Binge-drinkers fuel rise in alcohol-related admissions. 378
BIRMINGHAM POST: Bad, but true. 296
BIRMINGHAM POST: Information or a matter of self-promotion? 367
BIRMINGHAM POST: Motormouths. 100
Bit of a squash for revellers at village's tomato festival. 271
Bomb in bin injures one on day Turks protest against attacks. 312
Boss of stem cell firm defends treatment. 539
Boxing: Broadhurst slips under radar for opening professional bout. 776
Brothel manager free in a month. 478
Bush speech flushed away. 234
Cancer cyclist worsens overnight. 338
Cannabis boys battle to return to school. 399
Carbon monoxide caused diver death. 186
Casino is not a 'done deal' despite rumours. 660
Charles to unveil Bali memorial. 138
Chung Shi shoo-in for Jagger's ex. 208
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Don't get burned by new law. 523
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Highcross in Opus deal. 100
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Landlords not same as creditors. 442
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Metalfin on move at Anchorbrook. 281
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Morgan Lovell looks at home in Brum. 193
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: UK's pounds 1.17 billion shopping trip. 292
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Walsall Council takes on Toll Point. 345
Consultants on board for new library scheme. 463
Corus hit hard by high costs and low prices. 667
Countdown for tip-top Tipton. 176
Cricket: Career-best Bell closer to securing top-order role. 351
Cricket: Rain comes to bail out England. 863
Cricket: Vincent ton puts Pears in control; First day: Worcestershire have scored 473 for six against Essex. 617
Cube in shape for square foot record. 400
CULTURE: A timely reminder; CD REVIEW. Sound recording review 278
CULTURE: Bartering over the border; Classical Preview. 515
CULTURE: Big finish for so successful festival. 306
CULTURE: Senior service from Douglas jnr. 1941
CULTURE: Stages set for new season; Terry Grimley picks some of the drama highlights at West Midlands theatres this autumn. 1161
Cycling: Hammond pips Boonen with academic support. 545
DIGEST: Home prices soar. 81
Doctors fight shy of tackling fat issue. 366
DSA appoints team from LSH. 266
Dunlop can prosper at Salisbury Wid a little help. 299
Errors at heart of US air tragedy. 640
Europe good for RTL but not UK. 405
Fields of dumped refuse. 280
FOCUS: Sir Digby: Most wanted and most expensive; Sir Digby Jones is not disappearing from view after his six and a half year stint at the helm of the CBI. In fact, the former Birmingham lawyer is still very much in demand, writes John Revill. 1691
Follow the money, insists London; MARKET REPORT. 539
Football: Davies misses Lucerne date. 370
Football: Double lift for Blues' Jerome; Coca-Cola Championship. 378
Football: Friends Reunited at Villa; Football: Barclays Premiership Hyder Jawad on the creative Bulgarian mid field man who plays like a German and tackles like a defender. 1040
Football: Gerrard intent on fresh England start. 503
Football: Naqaash and Harris hit back for Warwickshire; First day: Lancashire have scored 250 for three against Warwickshire. 807
Football: O'Neill still window shopping. 797
Gambling palaces - from super size to small. 218
Game's up for overcharging lawyers. 244
Golf: Broadhurst needing to lunge for the line; Ged Scott finds the Atherstone man's Ryder Cup chances are on a knife-edge. 1028
Government told to stop offloading tax responsibility. 403
Guillotine faces the chop. 137
Homestyle counts cost of beating debt mountain. 343
Horse Racing: Noseda pulls Tale. 430
Hospital praised for treatment quality. 480
Inchcape continues march on Russia. 262
Investors cash in on success of city site. 491
Iraq forces 'will be able to cope'. 323
Is this a tourist detraction? A brilliant and sophisticated advertising campaign, or expensive puerile nonsense? Chief Reporter Paul Dale looks at the latest attempt to talk-up Birmingham's tourism potential. 1036
It adds up to teach personal finance to the young. 526
Johnston Press hit by slump in advertising revenues. 381
Labour accused of wasting money paying 'wages of spin'. 344
Labour just not tackling trafficking. 198
Landlords cash in on influx of immigrants. 326
Lawn Tennis: Ruthless Federer sets up meeting with Henman; Tennis - US Open. 616
Lesbians 'should get fertility help'. 417
Logica on course in spite of slip. 599
Loss leaves Costain in a precarious position. 694
Majority aspire to live in rural idyll. 252
Man shot by police is facing charges. 115
Man tumble dried toddler. 104
Mansell in fast lane for police. 171
MANUFACTURING: Firms join plan to reduce costs. 333
MANUFACTURING: MG Rover engineers on road to success. 326
MANUFACTURING: Pluto looks a safe bet for Mohamed; Manufacturing Editor. 589
MANUFACTURING: Rail firms on track to share pounds 500,000. 381
MANUFACTURING: Symposium will be engine room of powertrain trends. 381
Missing girls may have gone abroad. 308
Motorists have no alternative. 208
Murder charge for jump dad. 595
Nat West closures turn to openings. 402
New face of Britain, by race chief. 476
News Digest: Man shot in leg. 100
News Digest: Mourner bitten. 101
Police quiz kidnap girl over whether abductor had an accomplice. 446
Policy by panic, and the changing face of Britain; Around 200 million people currently live outside the country of their birth, and in recent weeks the newspapers have been full of stories about the potential consequences of the accession of Romania and Bulgaria to the EU. 2136
POST PEOPLE: Yorkshire Bank Golf Day. 167
Quiz of the Day. 151
Radstone Technology fights off Eurotech approach. 450
Ratner told by Signet: Back off from bid to buy us back. 557
Relatives lose right to veto organ donation. 544
Retail has its best month for two years. 398
Russian LDV firm to float. 273
Ryanair set to 'go mobile' with a new phone service for customers. 309
Schoolgirl had 'begged' to go to Pakistan. 279
Sexy Summers is 25 years old. 155
Shares stay in premier league; Midlands head of corporate finance PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. 1153
Shaun reflects on Cup agony. 486
Shell fiasco boss gets off scot-free. 232
Student numbers fall. 185
Success on a plate for car trade. 721
Suspended sentence for 'sick' Pc who fitted bathrooms. 360
Terminated head got handsome send off. 299
Theme. 176
Three more charged in alleged planes plot. 384
Trust protests over plan's impact on sado-masochists. 240
UK is swamped by an influx of immigrants. 447
Union wins fight on car allowances. 244
Victory for victim's mother in porn law campaign. 285
Warwick experts called on to help shape future Tory policy. 449
West Midlanders are not shy about having their say. 412
WH Smith takes special delivery. 201
Why it's time to stop dithering... before we all start shivering. 524

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