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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 4, 2006)

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'Super-medics' to treat patients in the home. 567
Archive. 149
Badger cull row set to rumble on. 161
BAE fails to prevent FTSE' continued rise; MARKET REPORT. 494
BAE shares crash land after Airbus verdict. 570
Begbies Traynor looks overseas in expansion plan. 337
Birmingham Post: Bin and gone. 292
Birmingham Post: Homecoming. 87
Birmingham Post: The wheels of justice grinding very slowly. 403
BNP keeps seat . . . for the moment. 663
Boss in the front line. 152
Bribery scandal involving Jowell's husband rumbles on. 392
British taskforce facing review. 448
Call to speed up judgment of LIFTs. 209
Cameron backs local produce campaign. 335
Civilian and military jobs axed in defence agency merger. 415
Co-op buys pharmacies. 143
Contract wins help Kier to high profits. 272
Cricket: Flying start tossed away; TWENTY20. 733
Culture: Be rocked by Amadeus and a 2-for-1 ticket offer; Get a free souvenir programme. 294
Culture: From Stratford to the Windy City and back; Chicago Shakespeare Theater brings its production of the Henry IVplays there this week as part of the RSC's Complete Works season. Founder-director Barbara Gaines talks to Terry Grimley. 1170
Culture: Voices loud and clear; Transmissions Festival The Door, Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 444
Cycling: Hushovd shaking off pain to lead; TOUR DE FRANCE. 381
Death crash verdict is 'laughable'. 277
Debts blow for Sophie's PR firm. 250
Drivers stranded as work starts on M6 pot-hole repairs. 563
E-BUSINESS: A garish site for rambling teenagers to hang out. 679
E-BUSINESS: Bluespier bags healthy contract. 303
E-BUSINESS: Brownhill Data logs on to Australia. 260
E-BUSINESS: Browser deal for Extrion. 138
E-BUSINESS: First year full of sparkle. 298
E-BUSINESS: Forward thinking on work practice with Innovit. 353
E-BUSINESS: Google make their first foray into consumer's wallets. 521
E-BUSINESS: High-tech system keeps tabs on pupils. 452
E-BUSINESS: Touch of genius from Midcounties. 409
E-BUSINESS: Wireless internet on a train. 595
E-BUSINESS: Zenos in plan to set up Midland IT academies. 439
EADS bosses battle to save reputation. 390
EU taxes on imported shoes is bad for all. 334
Ex-Villa star 'hit taxi woman'. 290
Fair trade starts at home, says Miliband. 606
Fallon is banned in race-fixing inquiry. 213
Farming in the frame as politicians go for votes. 437
Financial services wary of looming fall in business volumes. 386
Fire deaths inquiry. 179
Fish are first victims of heatwave. 219
Floors 2 Go posts profits warning amid falling sales. 475
Folkes' income goes up fourfold. 297
Football: Five years - what a waste; Radio Five Live's voice of sport PATMURPHY. 1143
Football: Frings go from bad to worse after Fifa ban; WORLD CUP SEMI-FINAL. 392
Football: Rooney speaks up for himself. 790
Football: Totti hoping history repeats. 351
Football: Ward could be the answer for Wolves. 607
Football: Wembley hit back in new war of words over delays. 327
Football: Zidane the best of a bad lot in a World Cup without sparkle. 791
Former TA man jailed over killing. 262
From Geordie to Jamaican. 97
Fuel costs ahead on National Express's road to acquisition. 413
General Motors tie-up with Renault in balance. 391
Heatwave is proof that Brum is the new Paris. 711
Hidden costs of police merger could hit pounds 800m. 435
Horse Racing: Improving Minister can make case to secure Thirsk prize. 321
Horse Racing: Johnston on target. 140
Horse Racing: Top duo reach for stars in Eclipse Stakes battle. 309
Hurricanes make BP's flame splutter. 544
IN BRIEF: Athletic - Marlon Devonish posted. 124
IN BRIEF: Cricket - Warwickshire succumbed. 161
IN BRIEF: Speedway - Knockout Cup. 142
Israel given ultimatum by militants. 572
It's all gold for Keira at Pirates premiere. 365
Lawn Tennis: And after the joy comes Murray's tennis horribilis. 913
Lawn Tennis: Federer continuing his serene progress; The champion is in cruise control as his rivals are being forced to step on the gas, says Brian Dick. 843
Lawn Tennis: Nadal hits back at doping claims. 224
Letter: A mayor means more loss of power. 223
Letter: A waste of public money. 110
Letter: Dam work was a benefit to local people. 304
Letter: Dam work was a benefit to local people. 152
Letter: Saving the Ryton plant and Peugeot Citroen cars. 316
Letter: The case for a mayor or directly-elected body. 605
Lloyd's of London investors to sue the Government for pounds 1bn. 454
Make a Date. 80
Manufacturing output grows at its quickest since July 2004. 613
Millions can own home abroad. 161
More firms striving for energy efficiency. 216
Mother died after surgery. 698
MPs 'must be budget monitors'. 93
Muslim dream of dead soldier. 110
Muslim soldier 'trying to make a difference'. 779
My bum bag shame is tearing me apart inside. 612
Nasa. 102
New Street revamp facing more delays. 617
NEWS DIGEST: Plea to drinkers. 87
NEWS DIGEST: Teen trio wanted. 85
Nine dead as rebels battle for Kashmir. 348
Pel is still alive and sitting after deal. 577
Police blunder may free drink-drivers. 253
POST PEOPLE: HSBC school lunch. 190
pounds 64.5m deal for hearing aid group. 531
Q & A. 163
Quiz of the Day. 183
Reforming CSA will take years - Hutton. 300
Region boosted by STB. 467
Region's bosses in emissions quota row. 288
Savills is confident of living up to expectations. 202
Scotland Yard is at full stretch dealing with terrorist threats. 447
Sherwood changes as Caprice signs up. 233
Solar boat to be tested. 86
The calm before the autumn storm of Digby's political ambition. 554
The Continental model; What can we learn from our cousins across the Channel? In the latest part of our series on city regions Adam Marshall of the Centre for Cities at the Institute of Public Policy Research examines city regions in other European countries. 1034
Theme. 173
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Children are learning to give rugby a try. 307
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Get A-Head sports challenge fund-raiser has its best year yet. 348
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Mansell's hits peak with pounds 5k for charity. 196
THRIVE THROUGH CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Ribbon is cut on new era of play for pupils. 277
UK job ban for overseas nurses is a 'red herring'. 471
Uncovered: confidential plan to close Ryton. 486
Villagers flee fighting. 165
Wheelie bins could be green answer. 429
Without history we would be goldfish; As a new campaign is launched to celebrate and promote history, TV historian Dan Snow argues that the past has never been more relevant and important. 1026
Woman admits to running brothel. 119

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