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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 24, 2006)

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An institution you can bank on; EARLY STAGE BUSINESSES Advantage Business Angels' managing director Neil Mackay continues his look at just how to grow a business. 519
Anger at bid to reject modern medicines. 517
Anger at Peugeot lame duck jibe. 620
Anniversaries. 136
Art Lounge. 125
Birmingham is home of buy-to-let hotspots. 301
Blooms report flowering of profits. 241
Blythe Valley helps Land a real result. 540
Bodycote covering itself. 144
BORDEAUX 2005 OPENING OFFERS. 968
Breast cancer drugs may be available. 279
British-Pakistani's execution put off. 135
BT offshoot on line for pounds 100m high-tech expansion in Midlands. 270
Buoyant Emap feels drag of magazines in French holdings. 483
Business Post's recovery. 620
BWMSCA Awards. 143
Cannabis worth pounds 2m seized by Customs. 227
Cardpoint in talks as profits rise sharply. 189
Castle of Dracula returned. 173
Cleaner, greener Birmingham Whitby's key priority. 580
Corporate Arts Club launch. 134
Council House Civic Reception. 169
Cricket: Cosgrove displays glimpse of class; First day: Glamorgan have scored 133 for three in their first innings. 360
Cricket: Five weeks to save season; REDROW. 656
Cricket: Malinga expects to wait. 154
Cricket: Show ponies in danger as Pears prosper with dressing-room stars; Brian Dick finds Worcestershire are reaping rewards with two new fine characters. 651
Cricket: Tendulkar misses tour after operation. 371
Cricket: Wagh's return vital for stronger Warwickshire. 828
CULTURE: Etiquette out of the window as the world becomes more informal; Amateur Stage. 731
CULTURE: Good to see this elder statesman getting back into the groove. 606
CULTURE: Malachi's sparse Odyssey; Malachi Bogdanov talks to Terry Grimley about his new take on Homer. 642
CULTURE: Review - Three reasons to be cheerful; The Bad Plus The Glee Club. 360
CULTURE: Reviews - Craftsman with an eye for the smaller detail; David Poxon/Ron Jones Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, St Paul's Square. 401
CULTURE: Reviews - Like father like son; Chris Stills Little Civic, Wolverhampton. 231
CULTURE: Reviews - They wear it well; Tonight's the Night Birmingham Hippodrome. 328
CULTURE: Reviews - Tragic story condensed into bite-sized chunks; Buddy Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham. 328
CULTURE: We're spoilt for choice. 754
David Wilson Homes Launch. 268
DON'T CRAMP YOUR STYLE; COLIN AND JUSTIN COOK-UP ANOTHER KITCHEN RESCUE PLAN. 507
DOWN, DOWN, DEEPER AND DOWN; ALISON DAVISON IS GOING UNDERGROUND... 751
Euro football needs saving. 161
Expanding Yellow even more in black. 410
Fire death now murder hunt. 101
Football: Altrincham lose appeal. 116
Football: Climate change spares Hoddle; POSTMORTEM: WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS Ged Scott on how big expectations melted away at Molineux "Hoddle got another term in office because now the job specification has changed, the board of directors still see him as the man for that job. 1000
Football: Davies nears decision time after talks with Charlton. 405
Football: Jones to sign. 139
Football: Jordan impresses the need for diplomatic silence on Morrison. 323
Football: Villa cool on Lescott bid. 473
Fresh challenge. 92
Gordon Moore Retirement. 90
Greek and Turkish fighter jets collide. 321
GRIN AND BEAR IT; EMMA POMFRET EXPLORES THE SECRETS TO A SUCCESSFUL SMILE. 995
Hams Hall owners in new bid. 431
Horse Racing: Guineas pair on hold. 630
Horse Racing: Incidentally can make impression. 327
Horse Racing: Race for Davies hots up. 911
How Jim Dyson cleaned up in Japan. 337
How statue cost this man his job. 654
How we ran out of energy to do anything about the biggest problem. 492
I want to stay in Brum till I retire, says bishop. 844
Immigration service odyssey of Lin Homer seems to be over. 434
Improving M&S 'still has much to do'. 653
IN BRIEF. 594
IT entrepreneurs putting on million airs. Company overview 310
Johnson hopes reduced' GOLF. 248
Lecturers risk court action, says expert. 478
Letter: Devolution has given strength to the union. 345
Letter: Devolution has given strength to the union. 313
Letter: Out of the limelight. 107
Letter: Routes of the trees. 210
Letter: Routes of the trees. 88
Letter: Wake up call for city. 169
McGinley giving arm and one leg to earn his place at Wentworth' GOLF. 551
Midland academic defends MPC's new man. 299
Mother's herceptin victory sparks prescription debate. 401
Music to EMI's profit-tuned ears. 434
National Trust Play Day. 153
New partner in play at Shakespeares. 242
ORIENTAL PORK AND PINEAPPLE KEBABS. 329
Ottakar's looks to clinch HMV deal. 353
Paragon sees virtues in home loan demands. 394
Pensions worry of new tax on jobs. 634
PERSPECTIVE: Lunatics have taken over the TV asylum; After one of the Big Brother contestants threatened to kill himself on air before walking out, Dr Gary Wood asks whether anything surprises us about the depths to which reality TV has sunk. 1154
PERSPECTIVE: Princess Charlotte and the Di factor. 618
Police mergers could cost 25,000 jobs, says expert. 259
Politics: A few political gaffes, slips, and downright cock-ups. 446
Politics: Anti-war protester to fast after police act. 424
Politics: Asylum seeker figures rise. 174
Politics: Hutton Report apology furore. 108
Politics: Police Federation chairman is shocked at Home Office reshuffle. 265
Politics: Reid rounds on his own department. 538
PRECIOUS METALS. 287
Prison officers charged over death. 114
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 182
Rabbit Guide to Birmingham launch. 176
RBS Senior Executive Lunch Pictures, ROLAND ROWLEY. 102
Rebellion on Blair's reforms. 196
Recovery story brings spectacular rewards to small shareholders. 365
Released murderer of Belfast solicitor flees Northern Ireland. 247
Report reinforces CBI fears over SBS. 405
Retail Therapy. 1057
Retail Therapy; Dates for your diary:. 185
Row over appointment of new chief executive. 287
Rugby Union: Ford and Wells are added to England set-up. 419
Rugby Union: Saint-Andre's toughness triumphs; GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP FINAL. 470
Rugby Union: Waters' world spot. 181
Ryton lame duck remark an insult to 2,300 workers. 425
Selfridges in the pink for gay pride. 111
Shadow boxing over for improving Sajid; CRICKET: SECOND npower TEST MATCH. 533
Shares bounce back after savage plunges; MARKET REPORT. 469
Sites for Britain's first super-casino will be unveiled today. 393
Sniper tells of planned terror campaign. 327
Soccer salaries 'offensive to Christianity'. 219
SSL steps up Scholl sales on internet. 295
Sytner UK's third Lamborghini outlet. 288
The Mailbox. Letter to the editor 155
Theme. 171
Things definitely Get better for electrical group. 218
THIS WEEK'S STYLE BIBLE; The Comfortable Home, by Jane Burdon, pounds 18.99 Publ by Ryland, Peters & Small. 110
Topps of the pops for tiles. 429
Tough times, but Metalrax pulling together four divisions. 373
Train loo ad trapped child sex abusers. 413
TRANSPORT: A queue for love -among other things. 260
TRANSPORT: Government set to miss the bus targets. 542
TRANSPORT: Line upgrade great... if only. 715
Trees for Cities Launch. 157
TRICKS OF THE TRADE... 403
UK plc is all set for growth. 642
Understudy Plunkett stands up for himself. 532
Varsity farce. 284
Volume trouble leaves Widney in red. 445
Waterpark is top dog for family walks. 107
West Midlands Developers Alliance. 141
When workplace regulations just get in the way of good relations. 432
Where canny Angels can really take high flights. 514
Who knows the face of tragic Lilly? 581
Why I left Brit to die on Everest; We couldn't do anything. He had no oxygen, no proper gloves, things like that. 668
Woman's attacker ruled insane. 137

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