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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 13, 2007)

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'Action needed to rid online bullying'. 294
'Stories for cash' nothing to do with us, insist No 10; POLITICS. 389
120 jobs under fire at barracks; POLITICS. 105
ARTS: Carmen, stripped of frills and fancies, still engages; CULTURE Carmen Welsh National Opera/ Birmingham Hippodrome ***. 285
ARTS: Old tricks for the new Dog; CULTURE Justin Timberlake tells Eileen Condon why he's ready to conquer Hollywood. 939
Auntie looks to region's talent. 355
Bevan Brittan welcomes new partner; LEGAL & FINANCE. 313
Blighted homes families' deadline. 356
Blockbusting development. 639
Blue-chip takeover frenzy subsides; MARKET REPORT. 441
Bodies of Iraq dead flown home; POLITICS. 334
Bomber kills eight in Iraqi Green Zone. 530
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 168
Britain's worldwide trade worsens. 434
Broadway Malyan 1st Anniversary. 243
Buried tax bombshell in Brown Budget; LEGAL & FINANCE. 423
Call to end Iran crisis. 137
Cannabis rat experiments vital, claims university. 183
Cashiers? Not for the likes of you. 661
Challinors expands commercial team; LEGAL & FINANCE. 257
Charges dropped against athletes. 431
Church must take on gang culture. 316
Co-op drives forward with revitalised operation. 459
Competition drives down SIPP charges; LEGAL & FINANCE. 596
Conservatives attack hospital spending; POLITICS. 511
Cricket: Sillence displays all-round skill in narrow win. 224
Cricket: Strauss is happy the heat is on; CRICKET: WORLD CUP. 929
Cricket: Time for joy to drive out pain; Chief Cricket Writer George Dobell argues that the county game can bring back smiles. 740
Cyber-crime surge creates 70 per cent more identity fraud victims. 625
Directors' pay under fire from BP shareholders. 330
Dodgy England could kick JJB into touch. 621
Durex maker is up to the challenge. 300
Europe keeps its bank rate at 3.75pc. 262
Extra 'e' could mean extra votes. 223
Father is freed after egg attack. 253
Figuring out fraud not all facts and figures; LEGAL & FINANCE. 641
Find a buyer, union urges. 289
Football: Berger has high hopes of treble. 658
Football: Bothroyd ready to lead Wolves' raid on Palace; Fit-again Wolves striker wants to repay the fans, Ged Scott reports. 607
Football: Fast-rising Wednesday fail to give Mowbray the jitters. 604
Football: Fox confident Saddlers can make it a happy anniversary; LEAGUE TWO. 497
Football: Kamara exit 'unlikely'. 574
Football: Saints to test Blues' faith; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 588
Former director fined pounds 30,000. 215
Free my son, pleads BBC man's father. 579
Friends mourn tragic teenager. 557
From rural haven to industrial heartland. 219
Gasman cometh - and he has your cash. 263
Golf: Ali's round blown off course at the end of tough day. 442
Grampian Country Food Group 24-hour strike. 324
GROWING FAMILY... ...BIGGER HOME; NEW HOMES The new-build market may continue to thrive but few new homes cater for family needs, writes Marsya Lennox. 668
Hawkins Hatton beefs up departments; LEGAL & FINANCE. 217
HIP HOORAY? PROPERTY EXPERT Peter Simner, partner and head of residential conveyancing at MFG Solicitors, offers advice on new legislation governing the sale of your home. 656
HIPs critics 'scoring points at expense of the consumer' LEGAL & FINANCE. 240
Horse Racing: Chief ready to rule. 453
Hotel film footage sent to UK. 124
In the days of Vic Crowe at Villa Park; Freeze frame October 3,1972. 110
Inheritance tax planning faces toughest time for 30 years, says expert; LEGAL & FINANCE. 282
Italian job for Specialist Heat Exchangers and Tube Fins. 390
Lenny the Lion creator Terry Hall dies at 80. Obituary 180
Letter: An early Scotsman of little note. 354
Letter: Aston Villa can take nothing for granted. 243
Letter: Government responsible for a media debacle. 225
Letter: Sad that Brummies feel need to move. 385
Man in court over rape of girl. 97
Midland fares better than most. 545
Motor Racing: Hamilton ready for heat and humidity in Malaysia; FORMULA ONE. 551
Needham & James appoints Scarle; LEGAL & FINANCE. 213
NEWS DIGEST: Bullied teachers. 80
NEWS DIGEST: Happy savers. 81
NEWS DIGEST: Rescue operation. 88
Northern Racing secure sale to property tycoons. 262
Now Ryanair's O'Leary looks to take off across the Atlantic. 325
Parents return to find home trashed. 264
Parking tickets to see off travellers; POLITICS. 134
PERSONAL GRAIN; TIMBER TRADITION Sales of timber-framed properties are rising as more buyers look for period charm over modern living, writes Marsya Lennox. 1170
PERSPECTIVE: Franchise your way to a beefy profit; Following the news franchises in the West Midlands can now boast a record collective turnover of pounds 820 million, Clive Houlston discusses the importance of franchising to the UK economy and how it can help to produce some of the country's most recognisable companies. 1043
PERSPECTIVE: Political spinners on a sticky wicket. 541
Police raid Rastafarian temple 'drug den'. 341
Pot Noodle recall after leak fears. 124
Prezzo keeps the pizza profits rising. Financial report 167
Protection welcomed; LEGAL & FINANCE. 145
Public demand sacking; POLITICS. 568
Results show Grosvenor Group's portfolio value is through the roof. 474
Rugby Union: Nations backing Euro future. 409
Rugby Union: Two-week ban frees Gillies to face Sarries. 217
Rural funding welcomed; Advantage West Midlands Mark Pearce, AWM's Director for Economic Development, looks at the progress made in rural development. 694
Russian beer set for UK after deal. 278
SABMiller results foaming after 10pc rise in beer volumes. 277
Sales are on the carpet. 498
School 'jobs for friends' inquiry. 156
SMG tunes in for a cut-price sale. 546
Sperm cells created from bone marrow. 546
Taxi driver 'raped text-message student'. 291
Technology catches sex attacker. 211
Terra Firma eyes Boots. 140
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: City's dark side. 290
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: How would the Tories improve health system? 383
THIS DAY IN HISTORY; April 13. 174
Top gear? Try keeping pace with the West Midlands this time. 508
Tribute to skewer death pensioner. 236
True or false? Some more daft Euroland ideas. 305
Two are held in Congo deportations protest. 518
UK loaf sizes under threat; It's a staple of our diet but the great British loaf is under threat from the European Union according to MPs, as Political Editor Jonathan Walker reports. 650
Union vows to continue fighting for journalists. 299
Unmarried couples property split fears; LEGAL & FINANCE. 504
US man charged with joining al Qaida. 328
Virgin takes BSkyB to court over lost channels. 250
Weststar deal helps LDV to look East. 616
Whateley leads the charge in retail shopping investment. 431
World Cup fails to raise the game of Sports Cafe. 299
World trade growth to slip. 1092
Yellow card to tackle city's gay sex violence. 516
Zoo croc bites off arm. 157

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