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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 14, 2007)

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'Fat gene' no excuse for giving up on losing weight. 230
'Vile racist abuse' in our playgrounds. 520
A lakeside retreat in the heart of Cumbria; UK TRAVEL Is it a sign of age to appreciate a holiday in the UK? 954
A tour around some of the best deals on the market; GREAT ESCAPES WORLD TRAVEL. 544
Aintree losing streak. 109
Airline war is in the open. 1541
Anti-Putin comments 'assessed'. 171
ANTIQUES & COLLECTING: Rockin' all the way to the salerooms; Rock and pop is proving one of the biggest and most lucrative collecting areas. 1069
Aston Martin hit by pay row walkout. 266
Birmingham hope for next Davis Cup round. 261
BOOK REVIEWS: BESTSELLERS. 88
BOOK REVIEWS: CHILDREN'S BOOKS; Baby Skills Play Books by Dr Miriam Stoppard (DK) pounds 5.99 each. 248
BOOK REVIEWS: Life is sweet for this new celebrity; Controversial ex-Mirror editor Piers Morgan explains how he re-emerged as a US television celebrity. 1192
BOOK REVIEWS: New Hampshire-born author Phil Lamarche presents; American Youth, by Phil Lamarche, Sceptre, pounds 12.99. 166
BOOK REVIEWS: Super-trouper Julie is forever the British icon; Julie Andrews: An Intimate Biography, by Richard Stirling, Portrait, pounds 17.99. 367
BOOK REVIEWS: The military junta that exploits and oppresses Burma's people; Perfect Hostage: The life of Aung San Suu Kyi, by Justin Wintle, Hutchinson, pounds 18.99. 260
Boy of 15 among eight capsize victims. 562
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 170
British soldier dies in Taliban gunfight; INTERNATIONAL. 392
Brits in Spain fear losing property. 597
Cadbury Schweppes drinks deal on way? 512
China's boom sees foreign bank reserves swell. 702
Control the urges of investment; PERSONAL FINANCE. 927
Corruption poser for firms. 489
Cricket: Bollinger is perfect fit for Rhodes; WORCESTERSHIRE: Ged Scott on a tale of two Australians. 822
Cricket: Cook's relief at century start to season. 369
Cricket: COUNTY-BY-COUNTY GUIDE; Chief Cricket Writer George Dobell assesses the chances this summer of the 18 hopefuls. 2491
Cricket: Get ready to while away the rainy days; BOOK REVIEW Playfair cricket annual 2007 Edited by Bill Frindall Fatty Batter. 490
Cricket: Imperious Australia humiliate Ireland. 279
Cricket: Jaques returns thirsty to enjoy his share of the celebrations; WORCESTERSHIRE: Ged Scott on a tale of two Australians. 806
Cricket: Maddy finds form for his new county; WARWICKSHIRE: George Dobell puts the squad under the microscope. 159
Cricket: Optimism can overcome nagging fear of failure; Chief Cricket Writer George Dobell finds much to be cheerful about in the coming months. 870
Cricket: Sillence sees his side home; WORCESTERSHIRE: Ged Scott on a tale of two Australians. 218
Cricket: Smith wary of Kiwis' threat. 398
Cricket: The Bears in their own words; WARWICKSHIRE: George Dobell puts the squad under the microscope. 2408
DID YOU KNOW? 111
Diplomatic blogger's musings binned; INTERNATIONAL. 294
Enjoy a spicy taste of Bollywood at Yorkshire fringe film festival; UK TRAVEL. 463
Enjoying the sun? The experts aren't so sure. 518
Euro zone growth hits peak. 337
Fears over fast-diminishing public service content on TV. 415
Fighter ace dies after last flight. 202
First-time buyers pick up bargains. 250
Flight of fancy with all magic sadly missing; Damon Smith reviews the new DVD releases. 615
FOOD & DRINK: Do you think green when you drive your car to the supermarket? With just a few changes, we could all become greener when it comes to the family food shopping. 716
FOOD & DRINK: FOOD NEWS. 365
FOOD & DRINK: For whom The Bell tolls at trailblazer pub; A couple who helped put the word gastro into pub are celebrating 20 years in the business. 1170
FOOD & DRINK: NATURE WATCH. 425
FOOD & DRINK: Recipe from The Old Bell; Vanessa's Boboetie. Recipe 210
Football: A World of problems? Business of Sport Peter Sharkey on the woes facing football's next World Cup in 2010. 965
Football: Bruce gambles on duo's fitness; COCA - COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: BIRMINGHAM CITY v SOUTHAMPTON. 1021
Football: Dowie wields the axe as Coventry look to future; COCA - COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: BIRMINGHAM CITY v SOUTHAMPTON. 479
Football: Empty seats fear at semis; FA CUP. 395
Football: Flying Saints ready to pile on problems for Bruce and Blues; SPREAD BETTING. 627
Football: Lambs desperate for win as relegation looms; NON LEAGUE. 578
Football: Loss of momentum threatens Blues' promotion progress. 859
Football: No margin for error as Halesowen chase dream; COCA - COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: BIRMINGHAM CITY v SOUTHAMPTON SOUTHERN LEAGUE. 616
Football: O'Neill to meet with Lerner as planning for future begins. 870
Football: Profligate Albion are cut adrift. 1091
Football: Sacked Stowell back on the road. 383
Football: Saddlers' vision of promotion comes from two angles; LEAGUE TWO. 540
Football: Villa facing nervy wait for Berger; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 839
Football: Villa's lean spell sees winning odds lengthen; COCA - COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: BIRMINGHAM CITY v SOUTHAMPTON ODDS AND EVENS. 435
Football: Wolves aim to storm Palace; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 713
Friend with the wind in his sails; SATURDAYINTERVIEW Prolific environmental campaigner Chris Crean has proved you don't need to climb a tree or tie yourself to railings to win an argument. 2073
Getting a good return on inflation; PERSONAL FINANCE. 904
Golf: Delighted McDowell left impressed with Shanghai set-up. 336
Grand day out; THE BIRMINGHAM POST. 206
Handcuffed by red tape. 496
Hare pieces of art unveiled. 208
Horse Racing: Berry ripe for glory in National. 472
Horse Racing: Garden back in bloom. 213
Horse Racing: Murphy happy with Joes Edge. 179
Horse Racing: Pins tickers' guide to the Grand National. 2880
How I beat two recessions; Special Correspondent James York talks to a businessman who told his employees his company "would not be taking part" in two serious recessions and who solved the problem of getting a grand piano hoisted by crane from the street into his flat BUSINESS PROFILE. 1860
IN BRIEF. 631
In brief: Fee free cards when travelling overseas; PERSONAL FINANCE. 538
Inquiry into sex attacks by pupil aged 5. 507
Jessup adds colour to Black Country. 329
Join an exclusive club with the ultimate driver's car; DRIVE TIME Maserati Quattroporte Price: pounds 80,000 Tested by JONATHAN SMITH. 586
Judge in blackmail trial still being paid. 297
Kureishi on short list for top story prize. 237
Labour slumps in by-election. 104
Ladies' day at Witley at last. 503
Letter: Could do better. 100
Letter: Foolish premise on alcohol. 566
Letter: More to combat identity fraud of deceased. 238
Letter: The art of talking about abstract art. 189
Light a bonfire - we need our police back; THE BIRMINGHAM POST. 359
LOCAL HISTORY: How a new town revealed its medieval past life; An ancient monastery became the gateway for Redditch New Town. 1330
Madonna back to Africa; INTERNATIONAL. 87
Michelmersh mystery as Baggeridge Brick on verge of being bought. 300
Midlands looking for better return on efforts; MINOR COUNTIES. 621
Miliband no chance, warns Healey. 278
Militants claim Iraq parliament bombing; INTERNATIONAL. 393
Motor Racing: Hamilton is certain Ferrari duo can see him closing in; FORMULA ONE: BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX. 341
Motor Racing: Lavilla in mood for new double; SUPERBIKES. 308
MOTORING NEWS; DRIVE TIME. 296
Murphy named Spicedad; INTERNATIONAL. 87
New car market hits the brakes as sales slump. 364
News Digest: 'Predator' jailed. 90
NEWS DIGEST: Arsonist error. 89
NEWS DIGEST: Teen in trouble. 95
No witch-hunt over sailors' stories. 364
Nurses out of homes market. 340
Peace, love and spending; PERSONAL FINANCE. 1113
Pet insurance can take away the pain of unexpected vet bills; PERSONAL FINANCE. 224
Poker: A safe pair of hands online. 544
Poundland gets mhl support. 102
Put one over your boss by managing his mind. 1194
Putting rubbish in wrong bag costs reporter pounds 550. 290
Retailers affected by sunny Easter. 322
Rugby Union: Brain's game is to stay on ball; GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP. 789
Rugby Union: Double motivation keeping Bees alive as season nears its' end; NATIONAL LEAGUE ONE. 579
Rugby Union: Fit-again Clarke returns for nervous Saints. 519
Rugby Union: Marshall backs Celtic quality. 179
Rugby Union: Mitchell prepares to make close call; LEAGUE TWO. 314
Rugby Union: Not one for the ladies ... 986
Rugby Union: OK fatties - now get thin. 143
Ryanair faces Aer Lingus EU block. 490
Scale of expansion leaves FishWorks floundering. 384
Seductive mix that proves hard to resist; WORLD TRAVEL A golf resort and spa brings a whole new appreciation of the Canary Islands. 1444
Six-year high as the drugs kick in and oils look pretty slick; MARKET REPORT. 349
St Modwen sells racecourses stake. 328
Suicide after coffee jibes in office. 174
Talking sign warns pupils. 223
Teachers want to stop spread of faith schools. 280
Teenager becomes latest victim of violent attacks in drive-by shooting. 353
THE GARDEN: A springtime feed will boost blooms and feed roots. 503
THE GARDEN: Gardeners have always been crazy about gadgets; Even in the 16th century, garden gadgets were being invented. 1024
THIS DAY IN HISTORY; April 14. 176
Titanic tragedy for lovers. 538
Tories fear another Sangatte in France. 248
Uncertainty over jobs making doctors ill. 563
Vengeance in the dark forests near Bewdley; COVER STORY The usually picturesque Wyre Forest became a sinister setting for the filming of the latest Hollywood blockbuster. 1836
Wading through rivers and being welcomed in the mountains; INTERNATIONAL In the latest instalment of our Second World War chronicles, ex-PoW Anthony Laing describes his continuing trek through the Italian Apennines in an attempt to meet Britain's liberating units, and how his survival was helped by the kindness of mountain families. 666
WEB LIFE. 126
Weekend reflection; THE BIRMINGHAM POST. 295
Woolmer inquest date set. 185

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