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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 16, 2006)

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A mynah inconvenience. 1075
Abbas bid for unity is backed by EU. 339
Antiques&Collecting: Badges of honour on the Antiques Roadshow; The Antiques Roadshow team visited Birmingham this month. Harry Hawkes went along to show off his collection of BBC memorabilia. 250
Antiques&Collecting: Jewel in the crown; One of the most prolific makers of Arts and Crafts jewellery lived and work in Birmingham. 1068
Antiques&Collecting: Toy cars set to drive a hard bargain. 189
Archive. 172
Badminton: Hallam flies into Spanish heat, hoping for a cooler reception. 610
Banks ramp up penalty charges. 273
BOOKREVIEWS: A Spot of Bother by Mark Haddon, Jonathan Cape, pounds 17.99. 269
BOOKREVIEWS: CHILDREN'S BOOKS; Moonbird by Joyce Dunbar and Jane Ray, Doubleday, pounds 10.99. 174
BOOKREVIEWS: Festival hit is a short, sharp shock; A bright new talent is to have his work highlighted at the Birmingham Book Festival. 374
BOOKREVIEWS: Making sense of an act of terror; The Boy Who Fell Out Of The Sky by Ken Dornstein, published by Spectre, pounds 16.99. 492
BOOKREVIEWS: The Syndicate of Tears by Bobby Nayyar; He always knew the numbers he picked for his workers. One of them had netted pounds 750,000. 488
BOOKREVIEWS: Under Orders by Dick Francis, Michael Joseph, pounds 18.99. 271
Builder must pull down his mansion. 204
Business leaders have say on rates. 584
Car sales show signs of recovery in August. 548
Car seat sales boosted. 239
Champers and hot rods - but all in a good cause. 572
Chance meeting turned painter into diplomat; LOCAL HISTORY How is it that a small corner of a foreign field in faraway Egypt remains forever Staffordshire? 1146
China openings outweigh risks. 192
Chrysler losses drags down car giant. 158
Claim that NHS cuts will avoid marginals. 262
Conwoman caught. 147
Cricket: Ashes optimism fuelled. 921
Cricket: Knight's apt reminder; Warwickshire trail Kent by 117 runs with two first-innings wickets in hand. 936
Cricket: Povey offers tepid support. 305
Cricket: Sun stops play as Lancashire sweat. 211
Cricket: Walsall stand on brink of equalling record; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE. 413
Cricket: Worcester in form for Pro40 elevation; NATWEST PRO40. 665
Customers join queue to fight bank's closure; When Lloyds TSB closes its branch in Barnt Green in November, the town will be left with a post office but no bank. But a group of residents are determined to stop the closure happening, as Emma Pinch found out. 838
Death of TV science pioneer Baxter, 84. 253
Debt firms benefit from easy credit. 428
Disabled boy forced to stay in hospital. 649
DRIVE TIME: Lightweight with heavy ambitions. 364
DRIVE TIME: Stunning debut for BMW; The new BMW coupe is sleek, stylish and very potent. 675
Drive-by Gaza killing. 119
Equity release. 159
Fans set to score with affinity savings scheme. 263
FOOD&DRINK: Trotting in winners at the top taste stakes; Selling prize-winning sausages has become a passion for one Worcestershire farmer. 1127
Football: Adams wary of Leeds' plight; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 358
Football: Cooper condemns transfer clearance delay as Devlin is left kicking heels; NON-LEAGUE NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 568
Football: Dunn real deal at Blues; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 809
Football: Frain wants consistency to blend with cutting-edge; NON-LEAGUE NATIONWIDE NORTH. 472
Football: Greenbacks fired by local passion; NON-LEAGUE. 335
Football: Hatton is hoping some of the old Lambs magic rubs off on Royals; NON-LEAGUE. 583
Football: Home-going McCarthy rules out favours from free-scoring Tykes; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 518
Football: Jerome's chance to make delayed start; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 290
Football: Juicy mix of celebrity and sport in the Big Apple hits target; BOOK REVIEW Once in a Lifetime By Gavin Newsham Atlantic Books price: pounds 5.39 (40 per cent off rrp). 558
Football: Laursen determined to make up for lost time; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP: 'I want to prove I am part of O'Neill future'. 734
Football: Mahon on special mission against Villa. 531
Football: Mikes ignore siren call of history; NON-LEAGUE FA CUP. 318
Football: Petty looking for serious run of knockout triumph; NON-LEAGUE. 445
Football: Robson making Koumas wait. 867
Football: Saddlers warm to winless Macc; LEAGUE TWO. 264
Football: Scholars run inspires Bullimore to fly higher; NON-LEAGUE FA Cup. 402
Football: Striking dilemma faces O'Neill; WATFORD V ASTON VILLA. 762
Football: Szewczyk out to banish first-round frustration; NON-LEAGUE. 488
Football: Villa's star set to rise again; European Cup heroes ponder past, present and future as billionaire Lerner's takeover signals new beginning post-Ellis 25 years ago, Villa began their bid to be kings of Europe. Hyder Jawad reports. 2043
Football: Yeltz and Bucks clash sees old pals thrown together; NON-LEAGUE. 465
Ford keeps Jaguar but dumps Aston. 223
Golf: Advantage to Europe; GOLF: HSBC WORLD MATCH PLAY. 1059
Golf: Clarke looking to putt on style. 445
Golf: Irish mist obscures true value of Dublin's Ryder Cup; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 908
Google murder plot husband is jailed for life. 446
Growth bond has promised return. 80
Guantanamo Bay is all World Cup and wizardry, says Pentagon. 313
Horse Racing: Geojimali is the local hero. 203
Horse Racing: Head for Borderlescott in search of Gold at Ayr. 212
Hospitals order extra to beat strike. 522
How Ormy stood tall to make his name; REMEMBER? IAN ORMONDROYD Villa almost hit the headiest heights 17 years ago. Graham Winbury looks back...and up. 720
Hunt for saviour as Homebuy debts soar. 286
I don't like Brum being called the second city; John Revill speaks to Sarah Gee, the new chairman of Birmingham Future who has spent some time with a Timelord, a hobbit and played for Scotland. 1787
Jaguar not for sale insists Ford boss. 566
Keep up with new Age Discrimination rules, employers warned. 304
Labs link to fingerprint pioneer. 133
Languages are a must for business. 123
Lethargy costing current account holders dear. 1032
Letter: Blinded by number of traffic lights? 163
Letter: No excuse for deer culls. 89
Letter: Now is the time for Labour to show strength. 314
Letter: Proper informed debate a must. 162
Letter: Why hung parliament is such a ropey idea. 234
Machine tool sees recovery. 257
Mortgage 'groupies' help each other onto property ladder. 361
Mums defend their junk food school run. 205
Murder at top public school. 193
Muslim anger after Pope's Islam speech. 636
NatWest mortgage deals make the choosing easy. 345
New pension rules provide a banana skin for the unwary. 893
NEWS DIGEST: Kidnap attempt. 103
O'Neill's men may in sharing points; ODDS & EVENS. 268
Plan for music until 4am angers residents. 597
Poker: Manners can bring massive dividends. 524
POLITICS: Cruddas in deputy leader bid. 123
POLITICS: Hoon warns PM to go before May. 567
POLITICS: Howdy, here's a look at your li'l old town; LOCAL GOVERNMENT WITH A SLANT. 606
POLITICS: Man who voted twice fined pounds 100. 397
POLITICS: Only one in three think MPs tell truth. 404
pounds 5,000 reward in murder inquiry. 135
Powell attacks President over terror Bill. 241
PPI not matching expectations. 433
Prayers for millions at risk in Darfur. 417
Quiet day's trading as falling metal prices spark miner slip; MARKET REPORT. 430
Quiz of the Day. 181
Retirement fears mount for 30 to 50s. 432
Revel keen to stick Airfix together. 133
Rugby League: Ebullient Stourbridge set on revenge; NATIONAL TWO. 235
Rugby League: Leaders await Tigers' backlash; PREMIERSHIP PREVIEW. 472
Rugby League: Villa's supremacy well-merited; SPREAD BETTING. 658
Rugby Union: Bees yet to convince Williams; RUGBY UNION: NATIONAL ONE. 771
Rugby Union: Brain's boys fail to recover; GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP. 945
Rugby Union: Improved Coventry to ridicule fixture computer. 397
Rugby Union: Moseley intent on 15-man rugby. 399
Rugby Union: Worcester are overpowered as Sharks make their way to top. 209
Runaway Muslim bride tells of love. 289
SaturdayInterview: Discovering the friendly face of book festivals; Uniting readers with their literary heroes, Jonathan Davidson prepares for another year as organiser of The Birmingham Book Festival. 1618
Schools should do more to bring 'boring' Bard to life, says RSC. 305
Smoke alarm might have saved life of 'vulnerable' man. 330
SPASPECIAL: First timer learns to takes the rough with the smooth; Men should get in touch with their feminine side and try out a spa treatment. 710
SPASPECIAL: Massage with a half Nelson; There's no need to feel deprived when eating in the splendid chandeliered dining room at Ragdale Hall. 1191
SPASPECIAL: My own private haven for royal-style relaxing; Never mind the day trip, everyone should try at least one night away at a luxury spa for true relaxation. 1011
SPASPECIAL: Relaxation in distant lands. 323
Swedish firm selects rural base. 237
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Lowest of the low. 106
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: No deterrent. 316
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: The customer matters little to banks today. 401
The nibs that ruled the inky world; Birmingham's legacy to the written word is being preserved by a group of volunteers at the city's Pen Room. 1391
THEGARDEN: Feast of country life at Malvern; Thousands of enthusiasts will visit Malvern next weekend to mark the end of another gardening year. 707
THEGARDEN: Strip the beds for a colourful winter display. 493
Theme. 145
Time to invest. 138
Villagers urged to get voting to save historic forge; LOCAL HISTORY. 307
Volleyball: Delayed start can help - to a degree. 421
WORLD TRAVEL: A tour around some of the best deals on the market; GREAT ESCAPES. 604
WORLD TRAVEL: Holland's best-kept secret; It may not have the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam, but The Hague is a real gem of a place. 804

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