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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 30, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
A broader property perspective. 690
A right scrum of Metcalfes. 1122
A taste of The Girl From Hockley. 611
African Caribbean night of celebrations. 292
Amnesty seeking Pakistan answers. 482
Anniversaries. 136
Archive. 175
Ark Royal now ready for global flashpoint duties. 214
Armed robber on run could be trying to leave country. 336
Athletics: Radcliffe talk fails to divert Pavey. 464
AWG beats dry winter. 206
Badminton: Absent duo aid Roe plan. 111
Bank of Ireland invests in hotel. 187
BOOKREVIEWS: A teenage life less ordinary in Great Barr. 617
BOOKREVIEWS: CHILDREN'S BOOKS; How Nearly Everything Was Invented by the Brainwaves, DK, pounds 12.99. 144
BOOKREVIEWS: Has war become more barbaric? The Barbarisation of Warfare, editor - George Kassimeris, Hurst and Company. 542
BOOKREVIEWS: My favourite book; The Birmingham Book Festival. 494
Booming buy-to-let investors place Worcester in the top five targets. 391
Britvic gets a bit of fizz back with new products. 348
Button's grip hampered but test driver helps Honda. 525
City bonus payouts not as big as thought. 322
City living next to hotel. 157
City living projects for key Brum locations. 615
City will reach for Eastside Pinnacle. 549
Depraved sex beast sent to jail for life. 373
DRIVETIME: British luxury at its best; A masterpiece of British motoring heritage, the Bentley Arnage T is a classic adored by many. 586
FOOD NEWS. 442
FOOD& DRINK: Cafe's a lifestyle choice; The Kitchen Garden Cafe is more than a place to eat - it's about creating a sustainable community. 1264
Football: 'Stringfellow' Steane returns to Yeltz with point to prove; NON-LEAGUE FA CUP. 458
Football: Adams on a mission against tough-to-beat Pilgrims; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 379
Football: Bates escapes FA charge on 'slur' COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 166
Football: BRITISH GAS BUSINESS LEAGUE; NON-LEAGUE: FA CUP. 306
Football: Brown's belated chance to lift Worcester backs; EDF ENERGY CUP. 578
Football: Causeway do things properly by being professionals for weekend; NON-LEAGUE: FA CUP. 591
Football: Cooper request to reshuffled Lambs; NON-LEAGUE NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 276
Football: Fatigue befalls brave Macklin. 259
Football: Goals may be best bet at Chelsea; SPREAD BETTING. 629
Football: Hebberd hoping to follow in father's footsteps with slice of cup glory; NON-LEAGUE: FA CUP. 379
Football: Jose rivalry has O'Neill on guard. 861
Football: Long happy to turn tables; NATIONAL ONE: Second City derby rivalries revived The roles will be reversed for one Pertemps Bees player today. Rugby Correspondent Brian Dick reports. 801
Football: McCarthy men face noise test; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 728
Football: Mitchell wary of edge in scrums; NATIONAL TWO. 432
Football: Not fantastic, just felonious; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP Steve Bruce has been left frustrated by Blues' ill-discipline. 893
Football: O'Neill refuses to be cowed; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP Ged Scott finds the As ton Villa manager prepared for a daunting trip to Stamford Bridge. 810
Football: Parker returns to England fold for 'two very big games'. 657
Football: Player-of-round award has four-goal Lewis with queue for Cup final ticket; NON-LEAGUE. 633
Football: Points are real Albion priority; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 823
Football: Potters can put Hendrie on track; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 243
Football: Solihull's May has point to prove in Town clash; NON-LEAGUE: FA CUP. 510
Football: Stags set stiff test as Saddlers look to maintain home win streak; LEAGUE TWO. 340
Football: Taylor unsure of Hull reception; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 349
Football: Third-round still elusive for Darby; NON-LEAGUE. 333
Football: Vaughan no vertigo case in quest to raise Evesham; NON-LEAGUE: FA CUP. 475
Football: Villa worth settling for draw at 4-1 against champions; ODDS & EVENS. 521
Football: Walker wanting to repay Whild with Reds' success; NON-LEAGUE. 524
Football: William Hill's decision to close US operation ironic; POKER. 529
Genes are made of this - Down Under. 1068
Golf: 'Relentless' Woods lies five ahead; Golf: American Express World Championship. 678
Golf: Goosen is first in Goodwill Trophy; Golf: American Express World Championship. 279
Golf: Lyle still retains an iron will; Two-time major winner relives his early golf days in the Midlands and dreams of taking greatest challenge of all Ryder Cup drama continues to inspire Shropshire old boy. 1636
Golf: Midland final; Golf: American Express World Championship. 177
Golf: Natural who had focus of a winner; Golf: American Express World Championship Seve: Golf's Flawed Genius. 504
Golf: Superlative Bears brought down by heroic Yorkshire; Golf: American Express World Championship. 384
Haslam in fine form; SUPERBIKES. 84
Hidden gems may be buried in the loft. 571
Hockey: Midlands Premier Division debut challenges Sutton Coldfield. 575
Horse Racing: Icon all set to fly flag. 360
Horse Racing: Smart chance suits Magnusson hope. 314
Hot stuff - but not quite boiling point; Chicago. 328
How Birch Coppice delivers for UPS. 319
How did the gardener grow? SATURDAY INTERVIEW. 1778
How Midlands can compete. 632
How Roy became firm's golden boy. 551
How snap softening caught Jessops. 376
IN BRIEF. 423
INTERNATIONAL: America blamed for mistakes by Straw. 161
INTERNATIONAL: Bikini song man is very alive and well. 345
INTERNATIONAL: British soldier 'alive' after ambush in Iraq. 683
INTERNATIONAL: Girlfriend Joanne tells of night of terror during murder of backpacker killing. 310
INTERNATIONAL: New judge relative killed. 201
INTERNATIONAL: Space is like a burned almond cookie - but don't try to wash. 361
It all turned into a real scramble. 160
Jet engine pay row reaches stalemate. 265
Jobs hit by online insurance. 212
Just a kid from Hockley. 1446
Lawn Tennis: Srichaphan produces brilliant fightback to end Henman hopes. 598
Leaving it all in a good shape; John Cranage talks to Andrew Messenger who after ten years is stepping down as chief executive of the West Bromwich Building Society. 2456
Letter: A club without restrictions. 253
Letter: Indicative of the farce that city has become. 236
Letter: Indicative of the farce that city has become. 127
Letter: Rocketing costs and a 'nice little earner'. 346
Lowry paintings among gallery haul. 379
Lufthansa's eastern promise. 484
Mortgage lending still at high level. 401
Motoring News. 179
Mucklow acquires Yuasa's site. 243
NATURE WATCH. 354
Neal on path to 20-year record; TOURING CARS. 265
New baby Rollers by BMW. 279
New faces will hit the F1 spotlight; FORMULA ONE. 686
NEWS DIGEST: Homes blitz. 97
NEWS DIGEST: Tesco arrest. 80
Northern Racing comes home a winner on nine courses. 312
Opus offers hope of 4,000 jobs with new business park at Warwick IBM site. 261
POLITICS: Age law confusing claim businesses. 491
POLITICS: Blair aide quizzed by police over cash for honours. 206
POLITICS: Cameron wants to clean up politics. 202
POLITICS: Is Whitby doing the business for Brum? IRON ANGLE LOCAL GOVERNMENT WITH A SLANT. 528
POLITICS: Measures aimed to help both young and old in the workplace. 431
POLITICS: No on-spot fines for violence. 138
PROPERTY ESSENTIALS: The best postcodes in town; FOCUS ON THE BEST Bs In the first of a special series leading up to the launch of The Birmingham Post's new property magazine on Friday October 6, Emma Pinch considers the question of the best postcode in Birmingham. Today we look at Barnt Green, Edgbaston and Sutton Coldfield, with the best property for sale in each. 1390
Psychological benchmark 6000 slips away as mines go down; MARKET REPORT. 365
Pupils 'waste last year at primary'. 234
Qinetiq in solid start as public company. 347
Quiz of the Day. 195
Record numbers hit by disease. 254
Region has several reasons for backing EU. 408
Revive your tastebuds with a cheese fest. 706
Roseville Plastering. 95
Rugby League: Bressington on mission; as old boys look to prove a point against former teams. 850
Rugby League: Umaga's charges warm to Plymouth travel test. 656
Ryanair in 32-plane deal. 152
Simple answer for Green. 140
Singer Watson in danger of going blind through brain tumour. 272
Solicitor jailed for smuggled alibi. 285
Spin the wheel of fortune; In the sublunary world pride comes before a fall, success is but one step from failure, and age one step from youth. 1200
Stamps of diversity. 136
Star City in sky. 296
Star Nicole helps launch new UK breast cancer campaign; Cancer 2020. 350
Studying the expense; Business Editor John Duckers looks at student costs and challenges as another year begins. 1615
Suing son's school costs dad pounds 250,000. 413
Swimming: Sweetman retains suspicions on doping. 406
THE GARDEN: GARDEN CUTTINGS. 447
THE GARDEN: Rich pickings for fruit lovers; Choosing the right apple tree for your garden isn't as difficult as you might imagine. 705
THE GARDEN: Why we should always find space for a conifer. 434
Theme. 146
Time for Fifa to enforce the rules on agents; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 808
Top awards for Midland law firms. 184
Travel expenses. 94
Tricks of the light. 1068
UK growth could be boosted by migrants. 558
UKTRAVEL: Are you sitting comfortably? England is celebrating its children's authors this autumn with exhibitions and special events for all ages. 1136
UKTRAVEL: Invest in a little sunshine abroad. 319
Walsh injury compounds defeat. 381
What it's all about. 177
Woman in rape claim named. 540
Women are supporting men and cars at Emap. 327
WORLD TRAVEL: A tour around some of the best deals on the market; GREAT ESCAPES. 587
WORLD TRAVEL: Off piste in France in our own campervan; There's no holding up traffic in the nippy new campervans on offer these days and they are ideal for the open roads of France. 1390

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