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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 23, 2006)

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'Odd couple' cocaine factory barrister and gangster jailed. 249
APPOINTMENTS: Curtis is the new man at BPE. 400
APPOINTMENTS: Some simple rules to help you avoid the late payment crisis. 466
Ashes bring absences warning. 374
BA shares soar on back of Macquarie bid for Qantas. 449
BIRMINGHAM November 23, 2080; ...if we don't do something about it NOW. 365
BIRMINGHAM POST: Big Bother. 274
BIRMINGHAM POST: Saving our world for the next generation. 513
Blair condemns assassination. 271
Blair ignores Olympic cash demands. 309
Blue boss 'has not given in her notice'. 199
Boom fuels increased speculation; Focus on commercial property in WORCESTERSHIRE. 444
Boxing: Broadhurst on form despite late call to arms. 494
Boy racers' suburban 100mph challenge. 147
BRAIN GAIN: Archive. 206
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 169
BRAIN GAIN: Theme. 203
Cancer is climate danger; Changes to the West Midlands' climate could mean we are sitting on a skin cancer time bomb, a meteorologist and local weather expert tells Joanna Geary. 473
Capital show puts city view on the line. 554
CBI boss stokes tension by highlighting skills problem again. 334
Cocktail of confusion over cheap holidays. 289
Cricket: Defiant Pakistan dent Windies' hopes. 147
Cricket: Kallis ton before India wilt. 97
Cricket: Plunkett faces drink charge. 163
Cricket: Retiring Brown feeling charitable. 324
CULTURE: Clause for thought; Mike Davies enjoys present company with Tim Allen. 688
CULTURE: Review - If it's not Baroque don't fix it; Tolomeo Malvern Festival Theatre **. 270
CULTURE: Shofar-driven songs from genial giant; Christopher Morley meets CBSO stalwart Beresford King-Smith. 843
Currys proves too hot for sector's taste; MARKET REPORT SHARE PRICES. 456
Deposit-grabbing landlords targeted. 264
Developers' problems may be cut down; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 477
Digest: O'Leary sells stock. 90
Digest: Super union backed. 115
DSG margins hit by Italian job. 235
Family dog attacks girl of three in garden. 316
Fewer stops with Chiltern. 278
Football: Adders cup upset. 193
Football: English clubs progress despite mixed fortunes; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 307
Football: Gareth Southgate. 118
Football: Hendrie on standby for Villa recall; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 565
Football: Hurt Feeley failed to feel broken foot. 167
Football: Martin Jol. 125
Football: McCarthy determined to focus on future. 639
Football: Mowbray's first casualty. 674
Football: Rovers set to recruit Woolley; NON-LEAGUE. 231
Football: Saddlers need to learn lessons; LEAGUE TWO. 226
Football: Unlucky Cort hit by new injury. 292
Football: Upson forced to fight for his place; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 648
Frozen embryo hearing. 163
Gates open on new scheme; Focus on commercial property in WORCESTERSHIRE. 148
Gorbachev undergoes surgery in Germany. 162
Grimshaw is not a talking head. 226
Hands-on heads win plaudits. 256
Hats off to T&W Brough sale. 153
Hauliers' confidence 'high'. 232
Heathrow on superjumbo alert. 233
Homes abroad proving a lure. 228
Horse Racing: Knight looks unstoppable. 472
Horse Racing: Panel date for jockeys. 89
How Brum could be UK capital. 365
How trees take a birching; Joanna Geary looks at the winners and losers as our environment changes. 1046
ICI sells off Quest to Givaudan. 245
Immigrants factor in rate hike. 747
Indonesia on streets to protest at Bush. 184
It's still a man's world in workplace. 350
Jobs may go in Alcoa shake-up. 440
Johnson catalyst to success. 397
Judges take sides over kickabout. 175
Labour rage at 'bounty' BBC cash. 88
Land of many mysteries. Video recording review 2010
Lebanon in mourning for minister. 204
Letter: From the message board. 109
Letter: Making best use of rail option. 323
Letter: The social cost of providing a home. 322
Letter: Time to rein in the liberal 'dictatorship'. 443
Letting lends a hand to Paragon. 554
Lib Dems in ' dirty' money row. 89
Madonna adoption ruling postponed. 135
Major letting at Whittington Hall; Focus on commercial property in WORCESTERSHIRE. 500
MANUFACTURING: Getting to the heart of string sound. 307
MANUFACTURING: Hardeman leads ICC break-out. 131
MANUFACTURING: Machine tool makers double turnover after project support. 391
MANUFACTURING: Sykes is back as best of British. 340
MANUFACTURING: Timebomb in our factories. 649
Maxus vans to be built in Russia. 288
Migrant workers 'good for region'. 492
More in region with HIV while diagnoses fall. 350
No big pay rises on way in New Year. 359
No hard cheese as Mice prospers. 307
Noddy takes to waves. 174
Now you can have your say to Prime Minister on the big climate change debate. 247
People believe pensions reform system will come to nothing. 300
Perspective: Tantrum from the term time holiday teacher. 575
Perspective: We care but don't do anything about it; While the majority of us profess to know about climate change and claim to want to alter our lifestyles, our actions tell a very different story. Rob Williams, senior environmental consultant at Birmingham-based Ecotec looks at why we say we care, but often don't show it. 1364
Police can put finger on suspects on the move. 646
Police chief proposes heroin on the NHS. 271
Pork Farm pies sale looks tasty says Mash. 474
POST PEOPLE: James Bond Reception. 220
Putting Heart into Midlands. 286
Reality shows are better by design. 253
Record year as Kenmore expands. 148
Region of doubt - why the Olympics are in and Birmingham is out. 495
Right of way row over polo ponies. 257
Rugby Union: Ashton urges players to use their heads. 392
Rugby Union: Eddy talk better than game; Rugby Correspondent Brian Dick looks back at the troubled times of Anthony Eddy, villain of the piece or victim of circumstance? 1260
Rugby Union: Floors handed debut for SA. 513
School area house premiums hit. 218
Schools doing well - statistically speaking. 497
Science Park chief Derek wins 'Oscar'. 314
Shot Pc detective in secret meeting. 488
Sikhs' Vatican prayer for peace. 469
Solicitors to get help with Legal Aid. 379
Speedy progress thanks to contracts. 527
Spring handover for Iraq. 517
The family of Peelers; Peel Street memories. 335
Time to spend, spend, spend on transport. 856
Tiny fares, but a big BIA operation for bmibaby. 277
Traffic charge still long way off. 510
US President is 'evil'. 144
Virgin plans extra 10 million seats. 244
Why Muslims live life within the bounds of nature for the love of God; ISLAM AWARENESS WEEK In today's article in our special series marking Islamic Awareness Week, Shaykh Muhammad Amin Evans considers man's impact upon his environment and fellow human beings. 579
Why we must fund a radical new way of replacing oil. 500
Wonders of the womb. 385
Xbox thefts may be linked. 86

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