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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 10, 2007)

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Airlines must show full cost of flights. 189
All things ginger to be celebrated; FESTIVAL. 153
Assa Abloy has a bumper profits rise locked down with organic sales; ENGINEERING. Financial report 400
Aviva becomes another victim of the bad weather; INSURANCE. 638
BAE is still flying high despite investigations; AEROSPACE. 663
Birmingham schools praised as examples. 511
Boards and groups have helped boost the financial landscape; Chair of the West Midlands Enterprise Board Norman Price looks at how to raise finance. 697
BSkyB takeover of Sugar business turns slightly sour with investigation; MEDIA. 216
Buzzard helps trade figures fly bit higher; TRADE. 418
Carlo takes brand to Knightsbridge; RESTAURANTS. 151
Celesio, owner of Lloyds pharmacies, pushes profits; HEALTHCARE. 496
Clear path for Dobbies takeover; RETAIL. 662
Competition Commission set to look into BAA break-up; AVIATION. 370
Confidence in long-term targets goes up for Fortis; BANKING. 423
Consultancy changes hands; MBO. 182
Convicted paedophile being paid by police. 295
Crash probe continues as RAF mourns two airmen. 621
Credit crisis fears turn London red; MARKETS. 237
Cricket: Crazy day of summer gives Pears a chance; The Rose Bowl: Worcestershire require a further 449 runs to beat Hampshire. 808
Cricket: Michael Powell. 142
Cricket: Shantry in the swing for Bears; HOVE (second day of four): Warwickshire lead Sussex by 342 runs with eight second-innings wickets on hand. 917
Cricket: Tendulkar poised to punish slip; THE OVAL (first day): India have scored 316 for four against England. 1027
Cricket: Tim Packwood. 194
Cricket: Trio banned after League disturbance. 296
Cumulus finding silver linings in all sorts of clouds. 757
Cyclist injured; ACCIDENT. 80
Election job from Brown gets tongues wagging. 635
Euro councillors arrested after 'symbolic' sail across Channel. 270
First-time buyers put it off for social reasons. 459
Football: Europe for Villa, survival for Blues and May joy for Albion; The new football season begins tomorrow. Chief Sports Writer Hyder Jawad does his best to predict how the next nine months will unfold. 1497
Football: Happy Forssell determined to write a new page in his Blues book; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 595
Football: Mills banks on know-how. 402
Football: Morgan swaps red for gold and black. 523
Football: O'Neill gives Carson the chance to show his ability. 527
Football: Pele adds class to Albion; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 618
Football: Whild times ahead for Reds; NON-LEAGUE PREVIEW BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 401
Footballer pleads not guilty to attack; COURTS. 155
Ford driving towards profitability and new pay deal with union; AUTOMOTIVE. 472
Gardens add pounds 10,000 on house price, survey shows. 457
Golf: Storm rises to occasion while Woods lays down early marker; GOLF: US PGA. 625
Good guys antioxidants may turn out to be disease villains. 400
Government launches bidding for ID card scheme. 255
Great White Shark sighting was fake; NATURE. 159
How landlords are making a mint from student rents; LETTINGS. 630
Hut to become icon; ENVIRONMENT. 90
IMI buys largest slice of Swiss company; ENGINEERING. 165
Industry hit by low aspiration in black boys. 477
Investigation into nursing boss's pounds 15,000 meeting bill. 769
Jeweller revival still on. 182
LEGAL FINANCE: 'Landmark victory' for recycling firm in product dispute. 607
LEGAL FINANCE: Black Country law firm George Green. 179
LEGAL FINANCE: Brown and Darling may respond with an icy blast to Artic victory. 386
LEGAL FINANCE: Companies named and shamed for lax security. 405
LEGAL FINANCE: Lecote looks to bright future with internet. 277
LEGAL FINANCE: MFG Solicitors has appointed a new commercial litigation partner. 142
LEGAL FINANCE: New faces in Keoghs' insurance fraud team. 125
LEGAL FINANCE: Ortus searches out pounds 20m turnover legal merger. 164
LEGAL FINANCE: Resolving taxing question of global 'expat' workers. 506
LEGAL FINANCE: Rising number of directors look to M&As. 523
LEGAL FINANCE: Ruth and Andy join new firms. 100
LEGAL FINANCE: Want to move in with your partner? Think very carefully first, lawyer warns. 518
LEGAL FINANCE: We're the best, says Grant Thornton. 129
LEGAL FINANCE: Woodland's Andrew sets sail at the Bar. 294
Letter: A spectacular event; SUPER PRIX. 801
Letter: An appetite for public money; GOVERNMENT CUTS. 195
Letter: Diagnoses cannot be verified; MENTAL HEALTH. 464
Mars to use veggie label on packs. 256
Moves to put 'hotel from hell' on blacklist of tour operators. 545
New Black Country business centre starts; SUPPORT SERVICES. 308
New call to ban credit cards for anyone who is under 21. 276
No break for Thomson owner as UK holiday prices bite; TRAVEL. 480
Overseas gambling websites banned from advertising in UK. 369
Pioneering food centre moves step nearer; RETAIL. 541
Pirbright assessed after possible legionnaires risk. 593
Pizza to sell like Wildfire at Paradise Forum venue; RETAIL. 575
Police smash Notting Hill carnival gun-dealing gang. 238
Portmeirion cooking up some really tasty numbers; CERAMICS. 528
POST PEOPLE: Accountants Seminar. 229
POST PEOPLE: Montpelier Golf Day. 219
Postal strikes called off as new talks start up. 188
Professionals 'must replace rapper models'. 201
RBS pounds 1.1 bn deal off after credit crunch; HOTELS. 213
RWE planning green power station; ENERGY. 347
Severn Trent singled out as it misses leakage target. 606
Silence over sale of water firm; UTILITIES. 226
Software firms 'should pay for flaws leading to e-crimes'. 281
Spice Girl married in secret after baby split. 133
Telephone punters keep Ladbrokes above water; GAMBLING. 308
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: All children need to develop skills for a profession. 394
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: ID cards move. 308
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Reign in Spain. 84
Two British soldiers killed in southern Iraq blast. 443
Two held on suspicion of murdering schoolboy Jessie. 406
UK plants bring major surge to International Power; ENERGY. 314
US mortgage concerns hit UK's blue chips; MARKET REPORT SHARE PRICES. 485
Valiant volunteers defend the Austin complex; Freeze frame Spring, 1944. 165
Veiled Applause should get ovation from punters at Headquarters. 466
Why mighty Goldman Sachs have two hedge funds in trouble. 523
Winehouse shows are off. 97
Wuthering Heights is top love story; LITERATURE. 151

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