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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 17, 2006)

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A high point of Warwickshire. 401
ABB back from brink and into the black. 218
Academy will train engineers of future. 488
Adviser banned over pensions. 281
Anniversaries. 136
Athletics: Content Caines back on track; America is now 'home' to Daniel Caines. 913
Athletics: Prize-money row bars Chambers from NIA grand prix. 411
Athletics: Rookie Rudman takes silver; WINTER OLYMPICS. 506
Beachcroft's key role in NHS plan. 211
Big minus for Telecom Plus. 309
Blair keeps out of award bid for dead policeman. 237
Booming buy-to-let keeping Bradford & Bingley buoyant. 297
Britannia rules as rewards top pounds 48m. 440
By a slice of country estate. 949
Call for Brown to help out business. 349
Cautious shoppers rein in their spending. 472
Choice for wide range of buyers. 331
Contracts for Chase Norton at pounds 25m. 196
Cracking film makes cracking DVD; DVD REVIEWS. 386
Cricket: Cairns departs Kiwi stage in historic bowl-out win. 228
Cricket: Strauss' rhythm thing. 803
Cricket: Target India's top order - Woolmer. 480
CULTURE: Back to his roots; Iain Glen tells Terry Grimley why a time in rep is still the best education for actors. 1050
CULTURE: Down to earth singing. 291
CULTURE: It's big and it's clever. 279
CULTURE: Quietly gripping. 320
CULTURE: Strokes of genius. 281
Dains welcomes delay of new industry scheme. 196
Don't gamble on new laws. 504
EasyJet rough landing at AGM. 576
Elegant Georgian home true to original design. 846
Ellis looks to lift Leicester. 301
Enodis cooking up some tasty results. 242
EU in threat of crackdown on energy rigging. 348
Euro gold in sight. 696
Fans 'want to see stars performing; Guinness Premiership. 303
financial planners. 182
Firefighters strike threat averted. 175
Football: Awkward Koumas stars for Cardiff. 303
Football: Clemence still clings to dream; FACUP. 757
Football: Fitzgerald joins Saddlers survival quest; League One. 687
Football: Jet-setter John happy on long road to success. 646
Football: Megs on given the chop at Forest. 297
Football: Powergen pull plug on rugby backing. 365
Football: Smith quits Willenhall for position 'too good to turn down; Non-League. 252
Football: Tam worth add Summerbee to week's signings; Nationwide Conference. 315
Football: Villa benefit from Cole's absence; FACUP. 809
Football: Wolves must stay positive; Coca-Cola Championship. 604
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH; A budget between pounds 800,000 and pounds 900,000 could take this week's Midland buyer to a choice of three counties and four eras for contrasting property types. There's a black and white picture in Worcestershire, classic Georgian styling in Derbyshire, converted charm near Solihull - or something nearly new in a Shakespeare village. Marsya Lennox investigates. 903
Fourth and final phase of Southside. 202
Fraudsters disguised as saviours. 612
Funding for New Street project not confirmed. 375
Further expansion expected for BDO Stoy Hayward's young team. 327
Golf: Thunderstorm delays birdie blitz by eight-under Jimenez. 453
Goodyear record still a loss. 208
Grand home on a blessed plot. 690
Hague wit rings true as Blair is edged from office. 579
Helen for Irwin Mitchell. 119
Holy smokescreen; DVD REVIEWS. 158
How Hill & Smith count on traffic. Company Profile 373
Huntsworth acquisition. 85
INTERNATIONAL: Bird flu may still not get to UK. 537
INTERNATIONAL: France condemns Iran's militarism. 309
INTERNATIONAL: Israel plans to hit Palestinian pockets. 239
INTERNATIONAL: New protests over Danish cartoons. 240
L'Oreal is planning cosmetic changes. 352
Largest deal in Hatton's history. 172
LETTERS & OPINION: A vortex for labour and resources. 264
LETTERS & OPINION: Don't attack the process of work behind the scenes. 350
LETTERS & OPINION: Drama crisis. 94
LETTERS & OPINION: Enough of 'open hearts'. 147
LETTERS & OPINION: Incinerators are not environment friendly. 231
LETTERS & OPINION: Partnerships still need a leader. 385
LETTERS & OPINION: Power corrupts. 282
LETTERS & OPINION: Wrong approach for cartoons. 203
Manor lifestyle on offer at pounds 1.5m. 1086
Many Midland lawyers are fee millionaires. 553
Mechanics can cost more than barristers. 153
MG Rover on road back - to Coventry. 634
MIDLAND: Automotive industry is stabilising, says Scheele. 818
MIDLAND: Bomb disposal experts called to city house. 427
MIDLAND: Councillors' plea for Ministers to back Brum's pounds 559m super-hospital. 329
MIDLAND: Fund for poor cut by pounds 3.2m. 492
MIDLAND: Gateway to Birmingham's future. 345
MIDLAND: It looks like a glorified cinema; Good, bad or indifferent? Arts Editor Terry Grimley gives his verdict on the latest plans to redevelop New Street Station. 612
MIDLAND: Lawyer's Entwistle bias fears. 415
MIDLAND: M6 Toll has created 250 jobs. 143
MIDLAND: Villa slips out of another important league. 357
MIDLAND: Wall collapse being investigated. 250
More surgery for shot Pc. 451
Motor Sport: Mansell gives Button deadline for success. 459
Motoring: Foxy ladies can get a smart deal at the garage. 364
MOTORING: Latest SL a worthy version of classic. 634
Motoring: Style and agility in fashionable package. 546
MOTORING: Suzuki is the best of the rest in Mini range. 358
Much-admired B15 postcode. 209
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL: 200,000 fuel rebate payments by British Gas; Winter Warmth Special brought to you in association with British Gas. 384
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL: Abu Ghraib pictures row. 389
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL: Abuse is hurting US authority, says Hague. 185
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL: Heating help; Winter Warmth Special brought to you in association with British Gas. 82
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL: Scheme bringing warmth to people; Winter Warmth Special brought to you in association with British Gas. 179
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL: Why have prices risen? Winter Warmth Special brought to you in association with British Gas. 163
National Grid powers up in US. 230
NATIONAL: Anti-terror chief wants big changes. 488
NATIONAL: Blair to continue using private sector for NHS services. 230
NATIONAL: Government says there's no change to school reforms. 277
NATIONAL: Taste of the Orient. 499
NATIONAL: Teachers' fears for love scenes. 420
NATIONAL: Tobacco has staying power. 166
New Focus as boss replaced. 201
New sparkle to Jewellery Quarter. 619
News Digest: More jail time. 97
Old timbered charm and Georgian solidarity. 286
Pc drove two cars while over limit. 146
POST DEBATE: It needs control as clear as polythene; Tom Oliver, of the Campaign to Protect Rural England, says the use of polytunnels should be subject to democratic control. 358
POST DEBATE: No pretty poly, but is it a case of tunnel vision? The use of polytunnels has been the cause of much debate. Rural Affairs Reporter Sarah Probert asks whether tighter restrictions are needed. 684
POST DEBATE: None of flood-threatened residents sign up for warning service. 217
POST DEBATE: They are a key part of the farm rotation; Anthony Snell, Herefordshire fruit farmer and West Midlands regional horticultural board chairman, believes polytunnels have revolutionised farming. 395
POST PEOPLE: Four Seasons opening. 269
Princely praise for new JCB diesel. 279
Quiz of the Day. 177
Racing: Eustace's health is less than Hardy. 676
Racing: Kelly appeal cuts ban to ten days. 152
Reed Elsevier could do better in its crucial US division. 300
Rice diet of expertise. 107
Rugby: Rugby Union Rasmussen demanding Worcester rediscover fear factor to find form. 740
Sauciness without heart; DVD REVIEWS. 524
Sauciness without heart; DVD REVIEWS. 316
SHARE PRICES: EU makes it 2001 a shares odyssey; MARKET REPORT. 464
Spirits are willing in America for Diageo. 501
Spitfire and the Mini in TV viewers' list of top British design icons. 232
Tax expert strengthens city team. 120
Tax win will bring relief to others. 391
Taxpayers face pounds 100,000 Floozie fountain bill. 174
Theme. 213
Two hurt as gas platform catches fire. 115
UK may be forced to act by law ruling. 210
Upton full of energy in new lead role. 215
Upton to fast track Ernst & Young growth. 221
US rejects call to shut down Guantanamo. 570
VW revving up EU sales. 616
West Brom's plan to revitalise industrial area. 318
When the Liberals were the reformers; Chris Game looks at the historical background to the recent celebration of two important political centenaries. 1265
Why handshake deals not legally binding. 464
Why we could all end up simply playing silly burgers over bird flu. 522
Wilkes plays blinder for Redditch FC. 444
Zurich still billions ahead despite year of disasters. 358

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