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

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Title Author Type Words
'Tangled life' of injured cadet; CRIME. 123
A queer request from waiter. 1180
Alzheimer's disappointment. 913
ANALYSIS: How Gordon Brown apes piranha in a goldfish bowl; Gordon Brown's Ministry of All the Talents is not the first as those, like Birmingham University lecturer Chris Game, who have watched the film Amazing Grace may have spotted. 1321
ANALYSIS: Why the PM plays cat and mouse game with Tories. 616
Anti-war protesters cleared of trespassing. 222
Astronauts check shuttle for damage during lift-off; INTERNATIONAL. 325
Athletics: Commonwealth 400 metres champion. 128
Balance of probability favours lucky cruiser. 185
Bankers take major hit on US cash fears; GERMANY. 272
Barnt Green's chance to go clear of pack; BIRMINGHAM MIDSHIRES BIRMINGHAM PREMIER LEAGUE. 388
Battling Owen to receive millions from hospital. 630
Blue chips slip as the Fed steps in; USA. 258
Body found. 113
Body remains found by kidnap hunt police team. 522
Bomb denials; CRIME. 99
Branson teams up with former employee for Asian foothold; AIRLINES. 343
Britannia kicks off season with a look at how football fans are saving; PERSONAL FINANCE. 332
British oil worker kidnapped in Nigeria; INTERNATIONAL. 158
British soldier killed in Taliban attack. 235
Burglars cost UK pounds 2.8bn a year; PERSONAL FINANCE CRIME. 121
Cancer victim Pavarotti 'better' INTERNATIONAL ITALY. 147
Catalogue of arson attacks; CRIME. 146
Climate change protest mystery; POLICE. 142
Colleagues pay internet tribute to latest Iraq victim. 398
Consumers ignore green investments. 254
Credit crunch fears hit home; BRITAIN. 545
Cricket: Kumble adds bags of salt in wounds; CRICKET: THIRD TEST MATCH THE OVAL (second day): England, with nine first-innings wickets in hand, trail India by 640 runs. 922
Cricket: Outplayed Worcester victims of wily Warne; CRICKET: LV COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP ROSE BOWL (third day of four): Hampshire (22pts) beat Worcestershire 3pts) by 285 runs. 868
Cricket: Roses records. 117
Cricket: Six-wicket Mann spins Warwickshire to victory. 291
Cricket: Toothless Bears hope to keep history at bay as run chase begins; Hove: Sussex require another 344 runs to defeat Warwickshire. 964
Cycling: Involvement in professional cycling. 142
Death Row Scot on road to release after 20 years; INTERNATIONAL. 708
Dobbies urging shareholders to accept Tesco takeover offer. 228
Earthquake in Manchester. 166
Eradicating disease is main aim of Government policy. 178
Foot-and-mouth outbreak suspected in new area. 645
Football: A day of immaculate beauty; Everyone stands at the starting line this afternoon with the same hopes and the same dreams. It's all downhill from here, says Hyder Jawad. 623
Football: Albion will keep stylish approach. 487
Football: And now Mowbray's era begins; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 731
Football: Barton calls for some perspective. 420
Football: Blues sign up another Gunner. 358
Football: Free-scoring approach to life at Liberty Way. 423
Football: I have seen the future and it is ninth place for Birmingham. 769
Football: McCarthy tempers hope with a dose of realism; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 753
Football: McSheffrey focused on seizing his opportunity. 811
Football: Muamba hoping his prayers will be answered. 511
Football: O'Neill ponders striking proposition. 492
Football: Optimism in short supply for Blues; ODDS & EVENS. 566
Football: Options are cause for optimism; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE: ASTON VILLA v LIVERPOOL. 780
Football: Realistic Smith wants to be part of establishment. 471
Football: Scots show how it is not good to keep up with Joneses; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 865
Football: Stiff tests awaiting Second City; SPREAD BETTING. 631
Football: The Moors are dead, long live the Moors; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 407
Football: Time for first test of Dowie's rebuilt Sky Blues. 511
Football: United tie up Tevez deal. 266
Football: We can compete - Money; LEAGUE ONE. 210
Football: Yates happy to take cover at Harriers; Non-League Correspondent Colin Stoner completes his preview of the Blue Square Premier and North Divisions, which kick off today BLUE SQUARE PREMIER. 541
Freight train derailment hits passengers. 361
Galloway will fight General Election against Labour minister. 303
Golf: Laura Diaz claimed the lead at the Scandinavian TPC. 124
Greyhound centre can stay open; RESCUE. 139
Higgins 'carries can' for HBOS profit debacle; BANKING. 236
Home owners force out woman of 103 over funds wrangle. 447
Hopes that trapped US miners still alive; INTERNATIONAL. 182
Horse Racing: Henrythefavourite. 218
Horse Racing: Versatile Manduro in form to confirm European dominance. 718
Interesting figures; PERSONAL FINANCE SAVINGS. 107
Investigation into takeover brings share price dive for Games. 379
Jurors visit Phil Spector mansion to see scene of death; INTERNATIONAL. 476
Labour aims for northern votes; INTERNATIONAL IRELAND. 145
Lamborghini fires Jones; MOTORSPORT. 342
Letter: A constantly diminished role; MAYOR. 137
Letter: Complete lack of understanding or compassion; PARKING. Obituary 241
Letter: Eastside Grand Central plan gains ground; NEW STREET. 210
Letter: For economic progress; DEVOLVED POWER. 336
Letter: Politicians not admitting their mistakes; CENTRAL LIBRARY. 183
Market fears as stocks fall. 700
Mere Green revamp gets go-ahead; DEVELOPMENT. 150
Murdered Leticia's injuries 'like major traffic incident'. 373
New guidelines gag military personnel. 269
Old Mutual is muted by sterling's solid strength; FINANCIAL SERVICES. 483
Olympic star fined for bump. 175
ON THIS DAY; August 11. 170
One call for many city services; COUNCIL. 167
Our boys keep Taliban at bay in Green Zone; Midland soldiers with the British forces in Afghanistan are not just fighting to stop the return of the Taliban but are trying to win hearts and minds by helping rebuild the country, as John Bingham reports from Helmand. 881
Paramedics hurt in ambulance. 113
Pensioner reverses car into house. 181
Pete visits Moor Street Station; Freeze frame February 1, 2005. 184
Playtech out to buy European rivals to boost dominance; INTERNET. 286
Police dog handler cleared of assault. 352
Prince William ready for next soldiering step. 222
Promise of hassle-free finance for students. 249
Quite a challenge on the pensions front, Darling. 910
Quiz of the Day. 168
RBS plans to buy ABN Amro get a big boost; BANKING. 250
Rea is fastest in free practice. 161
Readymix hit by tighter trading conditions; CONSTRUCTION. 243
Real cost of your summer holidays; PERSONAL FINANCE CREDIT. 127
Rugby Union: Calf muscle tear puts Moody on injured list. 752
Running a tight ship in business; PROFILE John Cranage talks to former petty officer David Morris who runs the Premier Group, a pounds 1 million-a-year financial services company. 1840
Schools will share pounds 4m flooding recovery fund. 212
Something's brewing in field of archaeology. 267
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Getting shirty. 176
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Lenders should heed warnings of financial jitters. 373
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Reflections. 288
Thomas to captain Wales. 452
Top Asian police officer will target extremism. 214
Troubled market tumbles to year low; JAPAN. 264
Villa score the fashion winner; Birmingham City shamed themselves in the early 1990s with a kit that resembles a dirty shower curtain, according to a new survey. Meanwhile, their neighbours Aston Villa are leading the style-pack in the modern era. 637
Web company chief hacked biker sites. 212
WH Smith may start new chapter with Borders; RETAIL. 536
Where there's a will there's a simple way of cutting tax; PERSONAL FINANCE. 1305

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