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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 11, 2007)

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11 held for power station break-in. 300
A matter of Trust as Clifford succeeds in business. 325
A&M EDM expanding; ENTERPRISE. 342
Accident Exchange outlook warning. 325
Airbus dividend 'up to shareholders'. 286
American stock fears over nuclear Iran see oil price climb after losses. 423
Amethyst not toying with future. 412
ARTS: Absurd amount of activity to make the show run smoothly; CULTURE John Slim finds everything except the kitchen sink at Hall Green Little Theatre. 699
ARTS: Taming of Marky marksman; CULTURE Mike Davies gets Mark Wahlberg in his sights. 1064
Award winner Tracey is on the cutting edge; ENTERPRISE. 732
BA Connect hits BIA figures. 622
Banker dies in blizzard. 137
Boy of 13 on gang murder charge. 161
BP on slippery slope over boss's pay deal. 512
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 167
Breathing space for SMG. 259
Brit backpacker dies in New Zealand camper van crash. 456
British Energy power station row sparks legal proceedings. 415
Building a model future for cars; THE CHINA CONNECTION. 971
Bush tries to crack down on China as US firms lose billions; THE CHINA CONNECTION. 330
Business Meetings; THE CHINA CONNECTION When in china... 152
Call for end to alcohol sponsorship in sport. 266
Calthorpe clinches Hagley Road project. 293
Cancer victim loses fight for embryos. 710
Captured Brits action 'too soft'. 550
Cemex ups offer in Rinker bid. 580
Chamber in red tape appeal to Whitehall; ENTERPRISE. 401
Claims tycoon dies in Spain. 274
Climate of change for Duran Duran. 569
Community work worth pounds 3.6m. 129
Cricket: Australian spirit needed to boost Bell and friends. 552
Cricket: Fleming planning more Cup success. 355
Cricket: Inzamam blasts lack of support and poor security. 288
Cricket: Referral system tested. 187
Cricket: Steyn warms up but Bears' bowlers toil. 897
Cricket: West Indies to miss their party. 479
Department of Cornell. Theater review 205
DID YOU KNOW? 148
DIGEST: BMW set for new models. 261
DIGEST: Sainsbuiy deal stalls. 425
DINING: Talk of the town. 818
EasyJet revenues soar on boom in passengers. 142
Electricity bills 'still not competitive'. 245
Esterform big package. Company overview 503
Executive Communication's busy line. 150
Fans in violent Old Trafford clashes. 232
FASHION: Be an all-weather woman; Take a fashionable approach to combat those seasonal showers with some trendy raingear, says Lisa Haynes. 720
FASHION: Retail Therapy. 691
Football: Agbonlahor is ready for step-up, says Barry; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 860
Football: Chelsea leave it so late but survive; UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINALS SECOND LEG Valencia 1 Chelsea 2 (Chelsea win 3-2 on agg). 150
Football: Classy United in seven heaven; UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINALS SECOND LEG Manchester United 7 Roma 1 (Man Utd won 8-3 on agg). 455
Football: FA set for probe following Blues' Barnsley brawl. 700
Football: Flowers positive on Sky Blues. 459
Football: Goal-hero Bothroyd has eyes on bigger prize; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 377
Football: Heskey is hopeful for Villa. 761
Football: IN BRIEF - Kevin MacDonald's men. 206
Football: IN BRIEF - The former Manchester City player. 92
Football: Nicholls hopes Burton spell will help seal another shot at Walsall; COCA-COLA LEAGUE TWO. 408
Football: Suffering Sodje gives all; COCA-COLA Championship. 965
Fortune from fast money and fast cars; BACKGROUND. 195
Four Serbs guilty of war crimes. 247
From the message board. 250
GADGETS: Up, up and away; Most of us can only stare in awe at those semi-professional pilots with their overpriced remote control airborne machines, looping-the-loop, trimming tails off birds and making perfect landings. Now there is a growing collection of aerial acrobatic craft designed especially for the amateur market, light-weight, cheap and easy to use, writes Peter Jenkins. 326
Gates looks forward to even more cash as China tackles piracy. 422
Gauloise turns down Imperial. 571
Greggs adds new ingredient. 306
HEALTH: Kate's wheels were meant for racing; Alison Jones talks to a young woman putting the welfare of others before her own major health problems and entering three Race for Life events. 951
Horse Racing: 'Hedge' in fine fettle. 124
Horse Racing: Hodges' Cantabilly ready to make a big splash at Bath. 408
How pair fought the law. 152
How small businesses do the CSR thing without fuss; ENTERPRISE. 354
How the EADS board decision could pay dividends for UK firms. 481
How water may be the biggest problem and cause of conflict; THE CHINA CONNECTION. 585
HSBC report a real burden for Royal Mail. 386
Increase in single parent families. 164
Injection-free treatment for diabetes sufferers. 279
INTERIORS: From bathroom to a sanctuary; So how do you go about turning your bathroom into a haven to rival a lavish spa? 1097
iPod sales just the job for Apple. 175
Jobless generation costs pounds 5m a week. 454
Johnson faces legal action from NUT. 244
Keeping region at enterprise forefront; ENTERPRISE. 141
Kuwait Airways ready to spend EUR6bn on planes. 340
Labour 'a Philistine Government'. 198
Letter: Allow the Town Hall its full glory. 159
Letter: Bill will not stop animal cruelty. 216
Letter: Delighted at Lyons appointment. 144
Letter: Just a few ripples instead of a war. 173
Lodders oversees big Abbey Park deal. 268
More help for Equitable Life victims. 202
NEWS DIGEST: Murder charge. 83
NEWS DIGEST: N Korea threat. 85
NEWS DIGEST: REM scam. 84
NEWS DIGEST: Soyuz docks. 100
Now let's reward the bad pupils. 577
PERSPECTIVE: Finding an appetite for Sunday lunch - at the pub. 565
PERSPECTIVE: Time for Muslims to lose ghetto thinking; New statistics suggest Muslim children are increasingly underachieving in school. Today, Waqar Ahmad Ahmedi, chairman of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association in Birmingham, calls for youngsters to return to the very core of their faith - learning. 893
POLITICS: Browne under fire over military stories U-turn. 305
POLITICS: Faye 'a walking embarrassment' to services. 339
POLITICS: Now book hospital treatment online. 349
POLITICS: UK 'Megan's law' plans restricted. 572
POST PEOPLE: Andrew Stilton Book Launch. 117
POST PEOPLE: Anthony Collins Training Day. 96
POST PEOPLE: Aston Martin Unveiled. 99
POST PEOPLE: Barnardo's Sporting Dinner. 159
POST PEOPLE: Birmingham Post Business Award. 84
POST PEOPLE: Mencap Aftershow Party. 115
POST PEOPLE: Midland Heart Conference. 112
POST PEOPLE: Pinsent Masons Drinks Reception. 93
POST PEOPLE: SucceSS First Birthday. 141
POST PEOPLE: Walta Awards. 210
POST PEOPLE: Wenham Major Conservative Party Lunch. 83
Property trap for young professionals. 266
Q & A. 367
RBS and Santander eye ABN. 585
RECIPE: TOMATO TART; Wining. 428
Red tape leaves police officers demoralised. 190
Retailers feel home price pinch. 689
Road victim's family call for law change. 238
Rugby Union: Clubs calling for talks as European row escalates. 573
Rugby Union: Here's a second-class idea; Brian Dick is less than impressed by thoughts of the lower orders being asked to save the Heineken Cup. 958
Rugby Union: N Mids duo for England. 162
Rugby Union: Stunned Gillies is hit with second stamping charge. 506
Search for 50 home energy inspectors. 243
Shakespeare Garden Tours. 292
SHARE PRICES: Sainsbury's take takeover tumble; MARKET REPORT. 457
Speedway: IN BRIEF - Graham Drury comes up. 180
Spilt corrosive paste danger. 150
Spring sun gets retail tills ringing. 360
St Chad's roadwork on target. 163
Statutory holiday proposals rejected. 282
Suspect dad found hanged. 251
Talk to terrorists, says new study. 225
Tate & Lyle in bitter fight over patent infringements. 237
Taylforth partner on hotel attack charge. 155
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Bright sparks. 109
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Give us a break. 305
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: We don't have to tell teachers how to teach. 386
THEATRE: Centre stage dramatics; CULTURE Terry Grimley looks at the theatrical gems coming up at Warwick Arts Centre later this spring. 630
THEATRE: Confessions and other treats for Malvern; CULTURE Terry Grimley previews summer theatre in Malvern. 325
THEATRE: UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS AT WARWICK; CULTURE. 486
THIS DAY IN HISTORY; April 11. 172
Trailer to feature in US market; ENTERPRISE. 227
UK 'must get over Iraq misadventure'. 225
Warwick carrying TV hopes of Midlands. 798
WEB LIFE. 133
Why new homes are getting smaller. 258
Wining: How Oz got on to world wine map; Clive Platman savours some interesting facts in Wine Atlas of Australia clives-wines.com info@clives-wines.com. 956
Women seek younger men. 162
You Gov demand soaring. 267
YOUR GUIDE TO WHAT'S ON AND WHERE AROUND THE REGION'S CINEMAS. CHECK WITH VENUE FOR STARTING TIMES. 441

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