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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 3, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
3,000 jobs at risk after growth slows. 539
A tangled Web that still defies easy definition. 506
Always look on the bright side of death. 622
Anniversaries. 143
Archive. 201
Athletics: Radcliffe adds support for new and independent anti-doping body. 206
Badminton: Veteran Leung back to winning ways. 300
Barclays Private Equity takes chunk of Jerrold. Company overview 252
Better way to spend money. 101
Bewdley defences Finally finished. 557
Blind risk from cars and bikes. 95
Boy is killed crossing road. 171
Bringing a sparkle to the White House. 386
Broadening the shape of success. 414
Brum is only sixth best place to dine in the UK. 185
Cala turns attention to pounds 2m Kempsey deal. 312
Cameron: We have nothing to hide over party donations. 336
Christmas coming early for region. 316
Death duty in need of reform. 245
Digest. 94
Elephant tramples Briton to death. 160
Ex-Mars chief joins Thorntons. 147
Football: Agents' accounts may be inspected. 342
Football: Albrechtsen deal part of Stevens inquiry. 382
Football: Baros jaunt boosts O'Neill; Barclays Premiership. 638
Football: Coventry probe complaint on fitness guru Grewcock. 274
Football: Farmer knows it's a right dog's dinner at Albion. 382
Football: In Brief. 418
Football: Johnson's misfortune could mean promotion for Crouch. 384
Football: Keates credits the Pead effect; League Two. 294
Football: Little to get worked up about in tale of the interminable. 288
Football: No divided loyalties at Norwich for Smith. 314
Football: Pally Poll taxes Villa. 528
Football: Pearson putting faith in Davies; Barclays Premiership. 519
Football: Stelling shows Sky how it's done. 214
Football: T&T seek Fifa help to call up trio. 246
Football: Upbeat Gold relishing test. 739
Football: Wolves appeal over demonstrative Breen's dismissal; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 315
For keeping a cool head under fire; In association with. 560
Fraud hits fifth of firms in last year. 181
Fresh jump in manufacturing output. 329
Genetic pioneers win Nobel award. 244
Golf: Europe's top names see Woods away in distance. 561
Group hit with debts of pounds 100m. 649
Growing strong at Harry Shaw. 304
Gunman kills three at US Amish school. 462
GVA helps Colin on his way to top. 284
Homosexual admits knife killing. 258
Hopeless marketing and slow forward thinking is city's hallmark. 510
Horse Racing: Sergeant ready for new sortie. 360
Identity theft warning. 1235
IgorFest hotting up for autumn. 295
Impressionist boosts charity event. 119
Inaction has hurt British industry. 682
India will show Mumbai train bombing proof. 138
Innovate takes charge of Corby. 145
Innovit targets education. 348
Is this the site of Britain's next big nuclear dump? 510
Jessops web deal set to click. 593
Johnston can find plenty to delight in Ava's. 422
Lloyd Webber's pounds 35m debt deal. 129
Lomax quits as Misys falls. 629
Lottery chiefs approve pounds 250,000 grant towards Brum's Eastside park. 246
Midlands business travel specialists Book. 150
Minister: I'll help forces returning from combat. 676
Model with a difference ready to strut her stuff; Cancer 2020 June Higgs will strut down the catwalk tomorrow at a charity fashion show with a difference - all the models taking part have lost one or both of their breasts to cancer. She spoke to Health Reporter. 764
Motor Racing: Driven Comis aiming to come out on top in Mini adventure; Emily Atyeo meets a Midlander with a mission at Silvers tone this weekend. 504
Motor Racing: Sad Button prepares to say farewell to happy hunting ground; Formula One. 506
Mountain attempt is a family affair for JCB. 429
Netting the cash buyers online. 302
New law in US sends online betting firms into freefall. 981
Northern Rock stays upbeat. 590
Nuclear waste is here, so where do we put it? Shock and dismay in Coleshill. 1159
Officers hurt at institution. 87
Pellet girl is recovering. 159
Philharmonic warms to new venue; Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra Sutton Coldfield Town Hall. 290
Pit your wits in Acorns challenge. 182
POLITICS: Dave's big idea after the big bang theory; It's his first party conference as Conservative leader and Dave Cameron was all too eager to tell Political Editor Jonathan Walker about his achievements since taking charge of the Tories. 1113
POLITICS: Downing St scare man is charged. 621
POLITICS: London 'is sucking the region's lifeblood'. 250
POLITICS: Maude faces anger over Tory passes. 266
POLITICS: Osborne under fire for 'autism' dig at Chancellor. 483
POLITICS: Police officer admits: We've lost control of our towns and cities. 400
POLITICS: Quotes of the day. 140
POLITICS: Tebbit wants Tories to return to being party of tax cuts. 460
POLITICS: Time to help criminals stop being criminals. 491
POLITICS: We were wrong on railways. 110
POST PEOPLE: Nechells Baths Fundraising Event. 232
PROPERTY ESSENTIALS: The best address - Bard none; FOCUS ON COUNTIES Leafy, picturesque and boasting some of the most sought-after properties in the Midlands. In our continuing series leading up to the launch of The Birmingham Post's new property magazine, on Friday, Emma Pinch takes a stroll through some of Warwickshire's most desirable locations. 1208
Pub outlook is not as grim as first feared. 849
Pushing for Euro contracts. 104
Put your money in Birmingham, young professionals are told. 346
Quiz of the Day. 199
Reality of war. 291
revolutionary Eclipse. 132
Rugby Union: Bees on top-five course-Knight. 781
Rugby Union: Injuries to more than half of squad hamper Robinson plans. 506
Rugby Union: Weakened Saints sign Going. 133
Russia gets tough as Georgia lets spies go. 303
Santa's sleigh to take off in cyberspace. 485
SHARE PRICES: Internet bloodbath drags City into red; MARKET REPORT. 482
Soldier killed in attack on Basra base. 182
Sorry start. 88
Suffer the little children; Is childhood in crisis? Terry Grimley talks to former children's laureate Michael Morpurgo about his epic radio series on childhood. 1286
Surigcraft flies flag for the Midlands. Company overview 267
Swinging into action for business meetings. 332
Teenager lost two weeks after punch-up. 376
Theme. 123
They Said. 90
Troops were murdered on the same road as ITN journalist. 305
Twenty die in Iraq attacks. 184
Villa fans first. 223
Water firms in takeover deals worth nearly pounds 3bn. 406
We can handle the truth about nuclear waste. 402
Whale out to drive Rybrook forward. 204
When a big player concedes creative rights to the old guard. 517
Will brave politicians please stand up? As the debate on how to tackle congestion on our roads hots up, transport expert David Begg calls for action before it's too late Hurricane Katrina August 29,2005. 886
Wolseley looking to showcase products. 229
Woman dies in junction crash. 105

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