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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 13, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
$1bn deal will revive MG. 117
'Bionic Man' controls his TV by thought alone. 224
'Roaming' mobile calls face cuts in Europe. 156
'Scrap home packs'. 228
'Too many of wrong kinds of teachers'. 207
Anna under fire from shareholders. 192
Archive. 172
Armchair World Cup fans boost Argos sales. 422
Athletics:.Morgan on steady path to Sweden. 681
Back to normal after tornado 'with no need for aid'. 408
Backpacker gets ten years for drugs in case. 157
Big Airbus-Boeing dogfight resumes. 680
Bishop turns his eyes to heavens. 315
Black Country transformation envisaged in study. 291
BT's transformation is still accelerating, shareholders told. 289
Burberry progress goes on. 455
Car parking rules relaxed in new laidback guidelines. 316
Chamber is told how Labour now setting out to cut back on red tape. 572
Chief Constable still believes in police mergers after Blair U-turn. 470
Couple told their two-day wedding party clashes with theme park's Muslim event. 402
Cricket: England from tormentor Asif. 562
Cricket: Harmison's best needed for England. 752
Cricket: New boy Harris to partner Loudon. 235
Culture and trade join forces in region. 351
CULTURE: A game of two halves; Jeff Beck and Buddy Guy NIA Academy. 324
CULTURE: In the hands of a master; CLASSICAL CD REVIEW SZELL: TCHAIKOVSKY SYMPHONY NO.5/ CAPRICCIO ITAL-IEN (Sony Classical 82876 78744 2). 259
CULTURE: Keeping it surreal; The Nose, Lichfield Garrick. 276
CULTURE: Kids turn on charm; The Little Sweep Longborough Festival Opera. 275
CULTURE: Lost in translation; Henry IV Parts 1 and 2 Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon. 417
CULTURE: Opera outreach programme winning many new friends; Classical Preview. 694
De Vere's deal for Village at the Green. 496
Demand for oil will grow more quickly. 529
Dentists dispute contracts. 577
Dessel's mountain skills earn jersey joy; Tour De France. 493
EIC buys new base after top results. 278
End of road for deadends. 180
Eurotunnel in yet another round of talks to ward off bankruptcy. 277
Everyone urged to get behind Cosford project. 209
Ex-NEC staff behind major Abu Dhabi exhibitions base. 281
First U K dealer for Marcos models. 322
Flu pandemic could kill 14,000 in Midlands. 296
Foot soldiers are revolting; With the issue of city regions high on the Government's agenda, the West Midlands Regional Assembly could have been forgiven for feeling uncertain about its future as it held its annual meeting yesterday. Chief Reporter Paul Dale was there. 665
Football: Chasetown confirm Villa's pre-season visit; NON-LEAGUE. 562
Football: Danish duo lift mood at Villa. 662
Football: Fulham squash Blues' prospects of wrapping up pounds 3m John transfer. 536
Football: Kamara adds to Albion worries; FOOTBALL: COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 687
Football: No amnesty for scandal-hit clubs. 145
Football: Referees ready to give divers the high jump. 553
Football: Threat to Greece friendly lifted. 244
Football: World Cup winner Lippi walks away. 383
Football: Zidane the defensive condemns Materazzis provocation. 547
Frustration is understood by those at top. 395
Fumes after sewage fire 'not toxic'. 321
Fundraiser for Blair arrested by police. 211
Glittering career of Lord Cashpoint; Profile. 424
GM tie-up with Nissan and Renault interesting idea, says chief. 386
Golf: Tour's best come out to play. 762
Gondola punts for fresh markets. 428
Head in mood to shine. 281
Hezbollah captures two Israeli soldiers. 609
Hobbs' nobs take the biscuit for buying. 210
Horse Racing: Brittain's delight for bookies. 646
How MG became an icon for children's author; MOTOR WEEK IN THE POST FROM MONDAY IN THE POST FROM MONDAY. 414
IN BRIEF. 671
Industry clients lack persistence. 236
Jobless hits a six-year high. 630
Josie welcomes Stone ruling. 525
Lambert Smith Hampton's Birmingham office. 124
Land Rover's muddy end; MOTOR WEEK IN THE POST FROM MONDAY IN THE POST FROM MONDAY. 123
Lawyers looking for new home. 646
Le Pen to stand trial for denying Nazi brutality. 129
Letter: A power failure out of our control. 440
Letter: An idea the public does not like. 170
Letter: Conflict and common sense. 205
Letter: Licensed to harass and rip us all off. 257
Letter: No one is forced to work in pubs. 225
Letter: No one is forced to work in pubs. 107
Letter: Stop this one-stop shop. 112
Licence to print money as Cradley lots draw international bidders. 420
LSE not for sale, says defiant chairman. 378
M-way link to ease pollution - residents. 591
MANUFACTURING: Autolink conference success. 123
MANUFACTURING: Award for high-speed Protomold. 490
MANUFACTURING: Big new Davromatic contracts in safe hands. 347
MANUFACTURING: Bralo riveting news of move. 138
MANUFACTURING: Partnership assesses impact of Ryton closure on Peugeot suppliers. 526
MANUFACTURING: Rojac wins meta award for showing customers work in progress. 297
Mason's conversion is making Parsons try harder than ever; Brian Dick hear show a new recruit has raised the bar at Birchfield Hrriers. 506
Memorial service for cathedral ex-provost. Obituary 293
Microsoft faces EU fines of pounds 2m a day over sharing program code. 413
Mixed session leaves Footsie at a standstill; SHARE PRICES MARKET REPORT. 487
MPs rebel over US extradition 'imbalance'. 367
MUMBAI: 'Our trust has been shattered'. 664
MUMBAI: Midland families wait for news of bomb victims. 406
Nanjing hopes to be global carmaker; MOTOR WEEK IN THE POST FROM MONDAY IN THE POST FROM MONDAY. 580
New Mini keeps its value; MOTOR WEEK IN THE POST FROM MONDAY IN THE POST FROM MONDAY. 218
New-style barristers burgeoning in Brum. 770
NEWS DIGEST: Cash point raid. 103
NEWS DIGEST: Fire suspect. 93
NEWS DIGEST: Hanging arrest. 84
Not sleeping enough can make you fat. 302
Now Ken targets Chelsea tractors. 267
Now Severn Trent tops complaints. 228
Organs won't face music. 176
Police call on Sikhs to fight gangs. 363
Police investigate Sikh human funeral pyre. 241
POST PEOPLE: National Festival of Music for Youth. 276
Predictable end. 296
Premier is in the soup in a big way. Company overview 512
Quiz of the Day. 183
Redman Heenan opens Queensway. 226
Region lags behind in graduate salaries. 253
Region's NHS patients 'wait over limit'. 425
Roman roads. 97
Scrap fire mergers, Reid told. 622
Sex selection outlawed. 187
Sex slave trafficker jailed for 12 years. 612
Signals of chaos on network. 344
Singletons' heart risk. 165
Social bank idea for dormant accounts. 570
Stability, easy credit and the ten-year cycle that should scare us all. 519
Statistics on levels of manufacturing pay damned by engineering employers. 324
Suffering East out of Euro running. 398
Summers hits New St delays. 334
Super fly guy; Mike Davies reviews the week's new releases. Movie review 1947
Tarrant is honoured by other university. 339
Tennis: Murray tested to limit. 261
THE LEBANON TIMELINE. Chronology 384
Theme. 178
Three-course prix fixe menu and a glass of wine for pounds 15 at Bank. 626
Top-class return excites Hansen. 186
U-turn on deadlines. 130
Well-documented link. 148
Why there's gnashing of teeth over NHS service; Corporate lawyer Clare Emery is getting her teeth into the problems facing NHS dentistry in the West Midlands and feeling distinctly down in the mouth about it all. 1270
Witness in banker case found dead. 664

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