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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 6, 2007)

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1,600 rescued from Greek cruise ship; INTERNATIONAL. 177
A civic reception for the Blues; Freeze frame February 26, 2001. 125
Bishop's sex questions embarrassed gay man. 282
BMIBaby increases flights to Scotland. 198
BRAIN GAIN: Make a Date. 80
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 166
Chef who gave his lover HIV is jailed. 235
Colleagues pay tribute to BBC boss. 560
Community pride helps regeneration thrive. 428
Crazed knifeman who took hostage is detained. 335
Cricket: Buchanan wary of 'razor's edge' threat of next rivals; WORLD CUP. 322
Cricket: England showing growing intensity; WORLD CUP. 378
Cricket: Groenewald impresses; Second day of two: Warwickshire 369-7 dec. drew with Oxford UCCE 211. 497
Cricket: League to keep lines open on Academy. 491
Cricket: Moody options stay open; WORLD CUP. 328
Cricket: Nixon lauds Bopara's 'exceptional' talent; WORLD CUP. 552
Customers keen to hail a cab; AUTOMOTIVE. 455
Dead submariner gets guard of honour. 427
Deloitte promotes three in world arm. 226
Diplomatic talks over journalist; INTERNATIONAL. 238
Do homework before selling your garden. 540
Edgbaston development moves a step closer. 174
Ex-mayor slams 'rusty' roundabout sculpture. 570
Football: Bargain duo proving big players in Villa's battle for respectability. 652
Football: Bruce fined. 126
Football: Contrasting contests to test Albion; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 763
Football: Dowie's search for response. 251
Football: Doyle's rush to success; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 695
Football: Fans in brawl as Spurs fail. 158
Football: McIndoe ready to put himself on spot for Wolves' cause. 455
Football: Mellberg urges Jekyll and Hyde Villa to change for the better; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 596
Football: Money wants security to shore up Saddlers' promotion run; LEAGUE TWO. 377
Football: Solihull Moors to start new chapter; NON-LEAGUE. 375
For their sake, tell us the truth about pub bombs. 709
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH SIX OF THE BEST; A budget of pounds 500,000 might be enough for a pick of picturesque properties in a choice of Midland counties. There's an old granary, a converted mill, a Victorian cottage - and something surprisingly new, reports Marsya Lennox. 1267
Four British soldiers killed in Iraq blast. 258
Freed Marine admits to gathering intelligence. 699
Future clear as crystal for Waterford. 411
Garden go-ahead. 138
Golf: Rose flourishes among Augusta blooms; GOLF: THE MASTERS. 737
Hospital unveils insulin inhaler. 719
HOT IN THE CITY; CITY LIVING Birmingham's city living boom continues to thrive, reports Marsya Lennox. 986
House price growth is slowing, says Halifax. 198
Inheritance tax will hit nearly 10m, says report. 395
Jewellers happy to strike gold with new hallmark legislation. 328
Lawn Tennis: Lloyd loving the Fab Four; TENNIS: DAVIS CUP. 576
Lawn Tennis: Serving up big dose of humour; Hyder Jawad says team spirit could take Great Britain a long way at the NEC this weekend. 917
Legal & Finance: Blogging could get you fired. 531
Legal & Finance: Grace becomes part of Harrison family. 143
Legal & Finance: Harjinder heads up society. 84
Legal & Finance: Law for cancer patients. 180
Legal & Finance: Midlands companies hit by credit and debit card rules. 329
Legal & Finance: Negligent landlords could face hefty fine. 446
Legal & Finance: Norman appointed to lead new division. 152
Legal & Finance: Pickering's top property team. 171
Legal & Finance: Pre-nuptial contracts will be binding. 556
Legal & Finance: Sandwell Council deal secured with the help of Wragge & Co team. 262
Legal & Finance: Stub it out in the motor. 649
Legal & Finance: Three more trainees Faye Biddle. 98
Legal & Finance: Trainee wins A Class. 197
Letter: Better with Labour grandees. 153
Letter: Commercial reality means routes are tried and tested. 280
Letter: Selective memory on self-promotion. 241
Letter: Whitby 'courageous' in standing against press. 266
Letter: Yet to see a copy of Forward. 123
Life's great for post-war baby boomers. 184
More terror arrests are 'highly likely'. 411
Mortgage lenders to benefit from improved protection. 400
Muslim alliance welcomes anti-terror steps. 267
New boss takes EUR28m from struggling Ford; AUTOMOTIVE. 406
New HQ for developer. 162
New partners announced for city's international law firm. 262
New treatment has changed my life. 326
New vehicle sales still accelerating; AUTOMOTIVE. 743
NEWS DIGEST: Ban ignorance. 80
NEWS DIGEST: Inquiry decision. 85
NEWS DIGEST: Reanimation. 103
NEWS DIGEST: Wait for fate. 88
PERSPECTIVE: Fun's just beginning in Labour leadership circus. 328
PERSPECTIVE: It is not so much a case of the punishment fitting the crime. 174
PERSPECTIVE: Now is the time to get tough with Iran; As Britain's 15 sailors and marines are finally freed, Lord Corbett of Castle Vale argues it is time for Britain and the West to abandon appeasement and adopt a firm policy towards Iran, built on imposing wider-ranging economic sanctions. 968
PERSPECTIVE: Scientists have spent three years. 86
Peugeot closure behind dip in output. 386
Pilgrims return in large numbers to Jerusalem; INTERNATIONAL. 193
Playboy boss is cleared of indecency; INTERNATIONAL. 108
Police use new powers to shut down Midlands drugs den. 234
POST PEOPLE: Launch of Dunstall Hall. 253
QUIET CALL OF COUNTRY LIFE; PLACE The rural charm of Stoneleigh in Warwickshire has lured homeowners who want both tranquillity and convenience. 924
Rates stability 'sensible'. 755
Relief at rates reprieve. 664
Rentals success. 131
REVIEWS: A great Scene up close; CULTURE Ocean Colour Scene Hard Rock Cafe ****. 345
REVIEWS: Enchanting effervescent little masterpiece; CULTURE The Wand of Youth CBSO, Symphony Hall ****. 285
REVIEWS: Red-blooded and gutsy from the efficient OOTS; CULTURE Orchestra of the Swan Civic Hall Stratford-upon-Avon ****. 281
Rotech buys niche market competitor. 270
Rugby Union: Bees boost as eight more sign up again. 250
Rugby Union: French confirm European snub as RFU links doubted. 361
Rugby Union: U16s off to a flier in Four Nations. 324
Schools leave our pupils gasping for air, say teachers. 304
SHARE PRICES: Hop, skip and a jump sees market to holiday; MARKET REPORT. 433
Shooting Sport has Mini in its sights; AUTOMOTIVE. 351
Speed cameras under scrutiny as more drivers exceed 40mph. 347
Student homes help. 165
Syrian meeting angers Bush; INTERNATIONAL. 375
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Only truth can clean the blood from our minds. 407
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Passion for art. 285
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: We never close. 91
Three men charged over 7/7 bombings. 710
Two die in Easter getaway motorway mayhem. 300
Uganda date for royals; INTERNATIONAL. 153
We just can not escape it - an interest rate rise is cruelly inevitable. 511
We were brutalised by police, say fans. 211
Wyevale to drop heaters. 395

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