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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 18, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
Another setback in Ulster. 194
Apartment buyers need to be careful. 515
Archive. 210
BA starts process of getting new planes. 559
Back to the Future for Stefanicki. 246
Bellway building for the future. 556
Birmingham home owners owe more to banks than property is worth. 349
Bono gunning for his Stetson. 526
BOXING: Mutley set for Bami. 212
Brawn crushes creativity. 876
Brum takes it on the Chinn over a Mayor; The Government has admitted that plans for elected mayors, be it for city regions or cities themselves, are proving more controversial than they had hoped. However, John James, chairman of the Institute of Directors West Midlands, believes they are a change worth fighting for. 1145
Brum's nine-year hitch for spotlight. 432
Bush signs law to lean on prisoners. 252
Business bosses push for city region - and elected Mayor. 305
Buy my house and get Aston Martin for free. 714
Champion boxer faces months in jail. 304
Changes will improve NHS, insists PM. 612
Cheating not a bother for students. 140
Corus confirms Tata offer of pounds 4.1bn. 308
Council must deliver equality for its workers; THE BIRMINGHAM POST. 406
Council unions to vote on strike. 475
Coventry MP wants even more casinos. 281
Cricket: Aussie one-day scalp worth Ashes points to England's Vaughan. 655
Cricket: Collingwood: no excuses. 213
Cricket: Razzaq's hitting succeeds; CHAMPIONS TROPHY. 562
Cricket: Speed calls for more testing. 330
CRICKET: Trescothick can handle Ashes says Graveney. 505
Cricket: Warwickshire contracts for promising teenage pair. 213
Culture: Birds and the buzz; Guillemots Alexandra Theatre ****. 318
Culture: Caned and able; Peter Bacon's Jazz Diary. 714
Culture: Sullivan & Gilbert doesn't have the same ring about it; Amateur Stage By John Slim. 897
DB Des Res; THE BIRMINGHAM POST. 90
Devolution still our key aim, says Whitby. 555
DINING STYLE: MCHENRY HOHNEN WINES. 974
DINING STYLE: NAILED FOR THE TASTE; TABLETALK. 949
DINING STYLE: Sporting Eggsellence. 311
Doctors celebration. 83
Drawing a veil over Labour ministers. 142
Drawing a veil over Labour ministers. 83
Emirates Line can be debut winner. 160
England injury blow for Barkley. 291
Epilepsy doctor still waits for decision. 223
Equitable Life in 'money for gagging orders' row. 219
Excellent chance of winning in top regional business awards. 237
Financial services bosses pressing Brown to cut back red tape. 246
FLOCK TO IT; WALLPAPER IS BACK AND ITS HAD A MAKEOVER, AS GABRIELLE FAGAN DISCOVERS. 1067
FOOTBALL: Adams fumes at lenient referee as Johnson wins derby for Wolves. 815
FOOTBALL: All's well for Shakespeare; COCA COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 796
FOOTBALL: Late strike bolsters Bluebirds; ROUND-UP. 211
Football: Rooney leads United to the brink; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 658
Football: Shackell strike tightens painful grip on Bruce; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 868
FOOTBALL: Walsall make passionless exit despite late goals and spot-kick drama; JOHNSTONE'S PAINTS TROPHY. 672
Former Carlton boss in book bid. 260
Gay police campaign brings most complaints about an advertisement. 394
Ghost hunt biggest in world. 210
Gingerbread Persons get their marching orders. 455
Giving Consumers a brand new Voice. 154
Green industry worth pounds 30bn. 350
Headless corpse case set for appeal. 232
Health and safety red tape now costing small firms dearly. 185
Hi-tech cash up for grabs in Midlands. 306
History of British racing icon. 262
Horse Racing: Natal in Arkle quest. 546
How Morris put back cause of women in politics - Blunkett. 273
How neighbourliness pays off. 229
How shot Pc tried to help dead colleague. 513
How UPH offers new perspectives on working. 204
IN BRIEF. 338
India and Pakistan talk again. 153
Is Brady getting the Gold shoulder treatment? 159
It's not over yet; THE BIRMINGHAM POST. 324
Low bids rattle shaky London; MARKET REPORT. 487
Lucas of PWC is new Barclays' kingpin. 309
Madonna's adopted boy back in Britain. 437
Making splash with city jobless; Hundreds of people who have never worked in their lives are finding employment and self-respect thanks to a unique experiment in one of Birmingham's poorest wards. Chief Reporter Paul Dale investigates. 789
Maria Moore, a student from Solihull College. 127
Midlands Co-op welcomes a taste of island life. 243
Motorists should not pay for political inaction. 202
Mouchel Parkman war chest. 540
Mysterious Roman treasures go on show. 246
New day dawns for top food firm. 540
No global alliance talks for motor industry. 247
O'Neill backs Sutton to shine; THE PREMIERSHIP. 697
Outdated MFI 'will take years to revive'. 477
Output back to 2004 levels. 542
Pair charged over hunting with dogs. 144
Phoenix Golf Society. 83
POST PEOPLE: Apple Day and Harvest Fair. 157
POST PEOPLE: ArtsFest 2006. 116
POST PEOPLE: Foundation for Conductive Education. 160
POST PEOPLE: ICC 15th Anniversary. 167
POST PEOPLE: Newspaper Press Fund greyhound evening. 142
POST PEOPLE: RICS cheque presentation. 98
POST PEOPLE: University of Birmingham graduation dinner. 214
POST STYLE: A CAUTIONARY TALE; PATRICE JOHN EXAMINES SOME OF THE UN-ADVERTISED SIDE EFFECTS OF SKIN LIGHTENING PRODUCTS. 1177
POST STYLE: LOOK OF THE IRISH; ALISON JONES DISCOVERS WHY IRISH FASHION IS FAST BECOMING A CATWALK FAVOURITE,. 522
POST STYLE: Switched On. 421
Public are consulted regarding Eastside. 145
Public are consulted regarding Eastside. 99
Quiz of the Day. 156
Retail Therapy. 852
Road pricing 'could push up cost of motoring' - Minister. 266
Romans had a bigger brother. 593
Scarf ban for medical students. 160
Shake-up at in-flight caterer Alpha. 194
Shares in Scott Wilson. 211
Someone really needs to audit the auditors in latest Barclays fiasco. 522
State pension up with inflation. 581
Success on cards for Clinton. 276
Suicide bid by mother in social services wrangle. 433
Sydney Mitchell golf day. 114
Teenage angler lands a piranha. 309
Theme. 191
Troops deserve our respect and backing. 238
Troubled iSoft now open to bidders. 446
Two die and 60 hurt in rail crash. 191
UK voting banana republic. 677
US population boom is more of a whimper. 170
Veil can be problem, says Blair. 240
Wyko goes Dutch with takeover. Company overview 552

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