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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 9, 2006)

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'FX' takes a regulatory hit. 635
90-day law would still be wrong, says MP. 463
A nun's story; Prison chaplain at Winson Green Sister Winsome is simply divine. But soon she must move on, much to the regret of prisoners and staff. 1988
Airbus owner plans pounds 20m centre in UK. 150
American plane 'kills another Marine'. 350
Archive. 194
Available: a despicable 'dear husband'. 354
Baby's body in bin. 187
Barclays and Pru lead the revival; MARKET REPORT. 301
Berkeley upbeat despite profit loss. 372
Best foot forward. 118
Blair: Conform, or don't come here. 666
Blues raising Upson stakes. 637
Blues' draw not to be ignored; ODDS & EVENS. 569
BOOK REVIEWS: Novels that should go in every Christmas stocking; Best books of 2006 . . . 718
BOOK REVIEWS: Something for everyone to keep boredom at bay; Best books of 2006 . . . The gift of words is timeless and for youngsters there are plenty of great books to tempt them away from the X Box. 1118
Boxing: Blows traded on the scales. 768
Boxing: Title motivates Khan to batter boredom. 456
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 182
Bristol on their way into Cup last eight; YESTERDAY'S ACTION. 332
Brits in no danger of waisting away. 134
BT taking on established TV powers. 597
Bush baulks at Iraq Study Group. 236
Business taking off for BAA airports. 202
Candid pictures of Marilyn Monroe. 192
Catchy new name for Nema. 325
Change in the way to save money; PERSONAL FINANCE. 279
Choose the right tree for your home; THE GARDEN There is some good news for British growers of Christmas trees this year, but make sure you get the right sort. 705
Christmas tree decorations go vintage for collectors; ANTIQUES & COLLECTING. 225
Collie Holly scales new heights. 175
Confident outlook for Mouchel. 171
Couple lose pounds 30,000 to lotto scam. 150
Coventry University. 133
Crash OAP cleared. 189
Creating a little interest for savers; PERSONAL FINANCE. 1098
Cricket: Stewart blames players and defends Fletcher. 544
Desperately Seeking . . . 99
Detectives search for violent raiders. 522
DNA tests quash Diana secret service conspiracy theories in programme. 305
Don't wait for Yanks to go green says CBI. 480
Drink-fly airline pilot jailed after being seven times over limit. 290
DRIVETIME: Two kinds of racing machine; MOTORING NEWS. 294
DRIVETIME: VW fit for a Greek God; Volkswagen's first dedicated luxury saloon stands comparison with the best from BMW, Mercedes and Jaguar. 493
Election rumour after letter is sent out. 97
Electric light auction at Christie's. 364
Escape the shops with a little Yuletide gardening; THE GARDEN. 518
Festive railway chaos looming. 175
Flats plan savaged. 177
FOOD&DRINK: And we all want some figgy pudding . . . 592
FOOD&DRINK: Christmas all boxed up and ready to go; From wild foraged mushrooms and Fairtrade biscuits to the ultimate in luxury with Champagne and fine chocolates, there is a Christmas hamper to suit all tastes and all pockets. 766
Football: Adams still waiting for 'proper run' from Sky Blues. 412
Football: Blues seek stability at the top; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: BIRMINGHAM CITY v PRESTON NORTH END. 918
Football: BRUM IS BEST; Chief Sports Writer Hyder Jawad on John Lloyd's belief in Birmingham and his love of the Davis Cup. 1814
Football: Carty injury agony keeps Rovers on target; NON-LEAGUE EXTRA. 458
Football: Celebration of loyalty; STEVE BRUCE: FIVE YEARS AT ST ANDREW'S Hyder Jawad hears David Gold thank Birmingham City's manager for the last five years. 1203
Football: Claridge's full circle with point to prove; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: BIRMINGHAM CITY v PRESTON NORTH END. 118
Football: Cooper to reject Rushden chance; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 400
Football: Crossing swords at Blades; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 725
Football: Difficult times bring McShane his best year; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: BARNSLEY v WEST BROMWICH ALBION. 917
Football: Dubai bidders must preserve the soul of Liverpool; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 903
Football: Faulkner sees light in Moors' double defeat; NATIONWIDE NORTH. 519
Football: Geordie was the right man then and is still the right man now to keep Blues moving onwards and upwards; STEVE BRUCE: FIVE YEARS AT ST ANDREW'S. 1042
Football: Gold not sold on Mourinho suggestion; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: BIRMINGHAM CITY v PRESTON NORTH END. 223
Football: Hartson likely to play part; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: BARNSLEY v WEST BROMWICH ALBION. 657
Football: Hopkins in no doubt about Bruce's quality; STEVE BRUCE: FIVE YEARS AT ST ANDREW'S. 1017
Football: Leamington's success brings tough decisions for Cadden; NON-LEAGUE. 387
Football: Mole's low after axe at Causeway; NON-LEAGUE. 290
Football: Money appeals for big crowd; LEAGUE TWO. 528
Football: Recuperating Woodley remains at the heart of Stratford's glory quest; NON-LEAGUE FA VASE. 426
Football: Royals patch up differences with no-show pair; BGB MIDLANDS. 337
Football: Smile beats bad times; STEVE BRUCE: FIVE YEARS AT ST ANDREW'S Myriad twists may still come but the survivor warms to more of same:"If the next five years are like the past five, I'd take that" Chief Sports Writer Hyder Jawad hears what half a decade of management can do to a man. 2021
Football: The Doc's 'book of two halves' BOOK REVIEW Tommy Docherty: My Story. Hallowed be thy Game By Tommy Docherty Headline Publishing price: pounds 12.53, saving 34% on rrp. 520
Football: Those famous last words from Savage to Cunningham. 542
Football: Vale are left idle; NON-LEAGUE. 136
Football: Wintry Billingham's role in Evans' birthday treat; NON-LEAGUE FA VASE. 381
Football: Wolves joy at Murray's new deal; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 732
Fuel poverty is a serious risk to pensioners; PERSONAL FINANCE. 281
Go-Ahead for better trading figures. 163
Go-ahead for Carphone deal. 112
Grandma, we love you. . . 107
Growth of wealth in UK to outstrip other G7 countries; PERSONAL FINANCE. 417
High street stores face winter of discontent. 391
Hockey: Olton and Sutton seek unlikely gifts. 600
Horse Racing: Age and weight no problem for Spot. 666
Housing slump forecast; PERSONAL FINANCE. 166
I wasn't any good at my first job; BUSINESS PROFILE John Marsden talks to Dominic Stokes, 25 per cent owner of Birmingham business Stoford. 1899
It adds up to teaching finance; PERSONAL FINANCE. 860
Kember's clemency plea. 619
Lenders increase fees by up to pounds 200. 304
Letter: Demise of the public toilet. 170
Letter: Disabled facilities leave much to be desired. 407
Letter: Human cost of US corruption. 201
Letter: New twist on elected mayors. 96
Letter: Warning not nearly Stern enough. 225
Litvinenko witnesses tested for polonium. 265
Meeting of minds and a look-back on history; LOCAL HISTORY Best books of 2006... The Midlands has a rich heritage and there is no shortage of good local history books to chose from. 1215
Merry Christmas in store for hotels, bars and restaurants. 356
Mitchell still upbeat despite Stour's Norfolk trek; EDF NATIONAL TROPHY. 210
Molly's return is halted by new ruling. 344
Moseley sign fly-half Hayes. 468
MP hits out at new equality board. 249
MPs play hardball with US over hi-tech fighters. 346
No easy answer. 289
Not me sir, a big boy did it. 1245
Other side to our green and pleasant land; RURAL LIVING Embattled farmers and isolated rural communities are raising the profile of countryside crime. 811
Our city's eco policy. 715
Party line. 115
Poker: The joys of brag and the glamour of the broom cupboard. 532
pounds 20million of rarities up for sale; ANTIQUES & COLLECTING. 113
pounds 54m fraudster's luxury life. 547
pounds 68,500 loo sale with vacant possession. 303
Publishing firm once owned by Maxwell slashes debts by pounds 550m. 304
Pupils chase school knifeman. 331
Reid critical of 'PC' tinsel ban in offices. 162
Rekindling memories of childhood; ANTIQUES & COLLECTING Many original book illustrations, the work of fine artists, are now highly collectable. 1003
Rekindling pupils' science of learning. 607
Rod Joy's; RURAL LIVING. 417
Rugby Union: Geraghty and Treston boost for bruised Cov. 367
Rugby Union: Larder role to beef up Worcester; RUGBY UNION: EUROPEAN CHALLENGE CUP. 548
Rugby Union: Williams backs break to boost Bees' chances; NATIONAL ONE. 425
SATURDAY INTERVIEW: The not so gentle tale of country folk in Ambridge; Gay weddings and murders are all in a day's work for The Archers' editor Vanessa Whitburn. 1868
Service to financial services; PERSONAL FINANCE. 136
Shotgun victim is critical. 175
Sir Digby states his non-party manifesto as possible elected mayor. 414
Skanska swoops for McNicholas. 214
Soaring costs of mortgage fees hits homebuyers hard; PERSONAL FINANCE. 256
Sponsor deal may be own goal for Villa. 543
Sports TV awards attract all comers. 323
Super plants can beat off Euro rivals. 350
Sustainability report deserved better treatment. 376
Sutton injury 'cost Blues Premier status'. 612
Swedes acquire Huntleigh. 546
Table Tennis: Upson's waiting game to see best of Brum at Premier level. 407
Taranis to rebound. 155
Teens not switched on to eco message. 298
Telewest creates 90 jobs. 544
Theme. 160
Thieves swiping manholes. 176
Top Tory defects to Independence Party. 157
Tribal chiefs agree to meeting with Fijian coup leader. 315
Two lagers and a stamp, please. 264
Two-horse race for First Choice bid suitors. 165
UK TRAVEL: Business MD realises B&B dream. 165
UK TRAVEL: Guided walks at NT estates. 183
UK TRAVEL: How even a toddler can be a VIP in the city; In the heart of London is a hotel that offers a luxury break for all the family. 844
Uniting to bring calm to streets of Lozells. 527
US-led air raid kills 20 insurgents. 169
Ward's cheeky request falls on deaf ears; IRON ANGLE: LOCAL GOVERNMENT WITH A SLANT. 424
Was Euro Disney bid a fairy tale? 814
Weak dollar fails to lure UK tourists. 145
Weakened Sale plan 'best shot' at Stade Francais; HEINEKEN CUP. 606
What do the pupils think of school? PERSPECTIVE. 1220
WILLS. 369
Witter's message. 144
Worcester braced for renewed flooding. 265
WORLD TRAVEL: A tour around some of the best deals on the market; GREAT ESCAPES. 515
WORLD TRAVEL: City that's Boston with life; With its rich history, mouth-watering food, and the best of shopping, Boston has it all for visitors to the US. 1283
You were right to follow Sid's advice. 181

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