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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 25, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
'Danger road' to get new surface. 480
Archive. 162
Barracks reassurance. 141
Bay City Rollers were caught with cocaine. 189
Benefit clampdown to save Brum pounds 83m. 495
Bid to keep national youth festival here. 396
Biography is surprise Whitbread winner. 160
Birmingham Considerate Contractor Streetworks awards. 161
BOC shares soar with takeover bid. 293
Boxing: Mutley on the road to redemption; BOXING. 900
Boycott Cadbury they betrayed our farmers, says MP. 299
Breast cancer scare on increase. 283
Brit-built vehicles go faster overseas. 413
British 'ordered 9/11 suspect tortured'. 336
British Coal say miner's life is worth pounds 72.40. 512
Brown's borrowings look to be steal of the half-century. 537
Bruton Knowles event. 184
Business 'to back city academies'. 494
Cala Finance backs development 100 per cent. 421
Centre for blind to be given pounds 13m revamp. 270
Children 'safe' at sex case school. 366
Choices UK facing first annual losses. 372
City living trend set to continue in Birmingham. 441
Classy company puts Abe on a higher level. 958
Classy company puts Abe on a higher level; Jazz Diary. 450
Cleric's loss devastating for country, says Prince. 376
Coventry City Council's. 324
Cricket: England will not easily replace quality of Cooley; CRICKET George Dobell says success as a player does not a coach guarantee at the highest level. 665
Cricket: Onus on Pakistan for quick runs. 299
Daimler Chrysler will axe 6,000. 255
Damilola clues 'missed in original investigation'. 612
Development agency ignoring us - chamber. 369
DINING STYLE: A GOOD THAW HAD BY ALL; ALISON DAVISON PAYS THE PRICE FOR EXCELLENT SERVICE. 929
DINING STYLE: TIPSY LAIRD RASPBERRY TRIFLE. 271
DINING STYLE: WINES WITH CURRY. 952
DLA sports night. 112
DLA sports night. 240
Doctor goes abroad to commit assisted suicide. 619
Double-decker train can take the strain. 439
Duke sells family silver at auction. 351
DWP leaflets are 'gobbledegook'. 138
ECC Campaign. 80
Eliza, do little to cure a cold; John Slim sniffs out an interesting story. 764
ENTERPRISE: City to talk Turkey. 88
ENTERPRISE: Euro switch gets the SME vote. 150
ENTERPRISE: Franchises which plan for success. 145
ENTERPRISE: Let's not ignore the very real productivity of small business sector. 462
ENTERPRISE: New business is at the cutting edge. 446
ENTERPRISE: Revenue attacked over tax ruling. 209
Equity release figure rising. 486
Europe 'knew CIA exported suspects'. 307
Football: Barkley loss hampers Robinson. 337
Football: Bruce performs Euell turn. 197
FOOTBALL: Bruce plans yet another border raid; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 727
Football: Conduct unbecoming; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 661
Football: Cooper's new Lambs find their feet at Rovers; NON-LEAGUE. 617
FOOTBALL: Eriksson invited to 'bung' inquiry; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 363
Football: Eriksson talks up 'fantastic' opening. 491
Football: Kozak to fire Albion escape bid. 767
FOOTBALL: Leeds go to Fifa on Griffiths; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 253
Football: New cup would make National One worth the effort. 578
Football: Phillips' double boost; RESERVES. 288
FOOTBALL: Six-hitting qualities impressing John; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 507
FOOTBALL: Walsall's boys become men despite defeat; LDV VANS TROPHY Swansea City 2 Walsall 2. 572
Friendly - but not for business. 264
Girl abused by dentist who befriended her parents at church. 403
Golf: Pained Seve has to delay return; GOLF. 291
Harper's tough task to fulfil pledges. 248
Heizer sales heat up following big orders. 168
Hockey: Cannock quartet to fly flag; HOCKEY. 192
Hope dwindles. 311
How Jews run the world, by Hamza. 338
I keep rubbing my belly and telling them to hold on because there is a mummy and daddy waiting for them; Claire and Anthony Dunn kept a diary as they prepared to undergo fertility treatment funded as part of The Birmingham Post's campaign. Here, excerpts reveal how they coped with the emotional and physical turmoil leading up to their 22-week scan. 1659
It's a whale of a sale for cynical eBay conman. 202
Jail for police officer who lied. 223
JMP Consulting opens new city office. 333
Job offers a chance to help; Wanted: Solicitor with five years or more experience in any specialist area, living locally to Birmingham, to work days and some weekends for negligible pay. Essential qualities: Intelligent but not clever, caring but not soft, strong but not overbearing. Emma Pinch reports. 550
Jobs axed to save profits. 535
Kate Adie visit hosted by Rotary Club. 143
Keeping people off benefit is fitting challenge. 422
Key Candidate party. 107
Letter: Give Murray a break. 180
Letter: Hoey's gun plans are repugnant. 202
Letter: Hoey's gun plans are repugnant. 151
Letter: Olympic-sized welcome needed. 227
Letter: Valuable lessons to be learned. 150
LIFE IN THE OLD DOG... THIS MONTH TWO HIGH PROFILE MEN ANNOUNCED THEY ARE BECOMING FATHERS AGAIN IN THEIR 50S AND 60S. JO IND SALUTES THE RISE OF THE OLDER DAD. 1414
Longer sentence for 'helpful' prisoner who organised daring escape. 267
Lucky tax break for city car dealers. 235
Mystery stab victim's body in pensioner's garden. 259
NEWS DIGEST: Armed raid. 106
NEWS DIGEST: Rapist manhunt. 88
No10 bid to save hospital. 104
Northern transfer for regiments? 191
Not so Jumpin' Jaks could slash bars. 263
Now name is just a memory. 316
Nuclear push lifts British Energy. 271
Only 13 helped by 'pensions lifeboat'. 419
Piers Morgan. 199
Plan to turn the 'white van man' green. 250
Police alert for pair. 117
Police fear sculpture stolen for scrap. 265
Pop over to Cork from Birmingham. 224
POST PEOPLE: Birmingham Foundation ladies evening. 127
POST PEOPLE: Edmond Shipway dinner. 87
POST PEOPLE: Naafi Night. 139
POST PEOPLE: PKF chicken wings reception. 129
POST STYLE: FLYING THE FLAG; COLIN AND JUSTIN TURN THIS CHILD'S ROOM INTO SOMETHING WORTH SHOUTING ABOUT. 775
POST STYLE: TRICKS OF THE TRADE... 727
pounds 300m cost of Labour spin. 92
pounds 80 million US deal target of Rentokil. 217
Prospective Nanjing plan will create only 600 Longbridge jobs. 392
QUICK QUESTIONS. 179
Quiz of the Day. 174
Racing: Littledodayno can take to all-weather. 264
Racing: Royal in waiting. 482
Rates risk highlighted. 180
RBS Astonwood golf day. 116
Retail Therapy; TURNING JAPANESE. 1010
Romancing the moon; Terry Grimley welcomes an exhibition that illuminates a previously dark corner of European painting. 872
RSA event. 130
Rugby: Jones handed call-up as Wales sweat on Thomas; RUGBY UNION SIX NATIONS. 307
Rugby: Toulouse run to finals helped by home draw; RUGBY UNION HEINEKEN CUP. 268
Saddam trial new judge row. 165
Sales down, profits up. 498
Scientists refine test for cancer detection. 304
Search on for top MPs and MEPs. 407
Sex fiend cleared to work in school. 394
Sir Digby: Why 'Little Britain' must get gongs. 615
Skulls reveal our changing faces. 316
Spread the risk and look to the future; This week Advantage Business Angels managing director Neil Mackay asks whether the mass market is ready to invest in early stage businesses. 498
Stephen Redford. 183
Students ban Christian group. 537
Students happier about university. 545
Surprise, surprise: Entrepreneurs get a buzz from making money; EARLY STAGE BUSINESSES. 544
Tennis: Baghdatis continues fairytale into semi. 508
Tennis: Sharapova calls for shake-up; TENNIS: AUSTRALIAN OPEN. 765
The Pine School Sunshine coach. 120
The Primary Proms at Symphony Hall. 105
Theme. 188
Think Zinc! 218
Tsunami-stress diplomat not guilty of air rage. 484
Turn in these thugs, police ask criminals. 520
Twins for fertility campaign couple. 624
Twins for fertility campaign couple; Who's expecting and when:. 253
US decision upsets the investors. 499
Vanishing breed. 102
Vodafone and Yell burst BOC bubble; MARKET REPORT. 491
Watchdog inquiry hits Yell. 563
What's On. 98
Why the truth of tyrannis wrecks a good end. 536

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