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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 2, 2007)

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'Loyal Gurkhas should have right of residence'. 251
'We are being ignored' say flood-hit residents. 786
Advertised broadband speeds 'misleading'. 196
Alcohol guides for teenagers; HEALTH. 139
Alliyu enjoys dream debut with Baggies. 215
ANALYSIS: And the winner is...not the little boy in Northampton. 627
ANALYSIS: Why our roads policy is worth waiting for; The door to Government funding for transport improvements must be kept open, while those opposed to road pricing should not take comfort from delays in a West Midlands decision, says Jerry Blackett, chief executive of Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 1027
APPOINTMENTS: Bank doubles financial solutions team. 445
APPOINTMENTS: Check your house is in order for new age discrimination rules. 476
Athletics: Impressive Devonish wins backing of some high-powered friends. 484
BA counts the cost of price fixing. 270
BAA's bid to ban protest 'is attempt to protect airport'. 427
Backwash from across the Pond could have been a lot worse here. 531
Barteak hires local boy to boost land team; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 358
Bellway unveils WV4 flat scheme; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 172
Bid to strengthen leadership within aerospace firms; MANUFACTURING. 369
Bidders battle the elements for lots under the hammer; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 303
Black Country broker penalised by City regulator. 277
Black police group fraud probe; FRAUD. 170
BMW profits hit as strong euro drives forward; AUTOMOTIVE. Financial report 688
British Airways fined pounds 270m over price fixing; AVIATION. 579
Briton convicted of biting policeman; GREECE. 147
Charity race organisers appeal for women entrants. 329
Charter seeing benefits of merger with Sanctuary; HOUSING. 297
Cinema: A smooth-talking trickster; Culture Mike Davies settles down with some popcorn and takes you through this week's film releases. 1815
CLASSICAL: A classic impact on the region's economy; Not only is classical music good for you, it's good for the economy as well, writes Terry Grimley. 670
CLASSICAL: A creative artist - with a little help from the audience; Composer, poet and singer Heather Wastie talks to Christopher Morley about her latest performance. 432
CLASSICAL: Rolling programme of classic films. 414
Close encounters for the people of Redditch. 704
Coach firm to hand out song sheets to fans. 230
Council puts the brakes on to kill off Super Prix. 731
Cricket: Bears knee-deep in trouble; RIVERSIDE (second day): Durham, four first innings wickets in hand, lead Warwickshire by 139 runs. 937
Cricket: England bid to quieten the criticism. 516
Cricket: Flintoff's back in the swing; LV COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 779
Cricket: Matt Mason's. 178
Cricket: Solanki is aiming for success; CRICKET: NATWEST PRO40. 345
Cricket: Unbeaten Wood puts Harborne in charge; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE TWENTY20 CUP FINAL. 138
Cricket: Vaughn van Jaarsveld. 185
Davies is hoping to shine after year in the shadows. 468
Developer unveiled for town centre plan. 251
DID YOU KNOW? 167
Do you have the goods to create change? UnLtd*. 958
Drivers pay for added security as BIA imposes drop-off charge. 316
Dud is no flop. 235
EBay holiday con mum jailed; COURTS. 148
Family rescued; RESCUE. 94
Fire up the detector van - they're watching Z Cars at number six; Freeze frame Summer 1962. 214
Flood impact on inflation yet to trickle through; FOOD. 333
Flybe strikes Brussels deal; AVIATION. 156
Football: Lyttle joins Tamworth revolution; NON-LEAGUE. 318
Football: O'Neill's ingredients tempt the tastebuds. 714
Football: Robinson saga goes on as Latics talk tough; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 496
Football: Why Iraq's stars could bloom in foreign fields; FOOTBALL: BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE With Birmingham City soon expected to be in the market for far-flung talent, Hyder Jawad suggests what could be a fertile avenue. 686
Fresh crisis of confidence causes FTSE to nosedive; MARKETS. 445
Gladman's warehouse construction is uplifting; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 340
Golf: Ramsay ready for hard work to start. 592
Golf: Sullivan cruising on to tackle old foe. 314
Golf: Tiger book of secrets a winner for Sorenstam. 608
Guardian on the acquisition trail after 'solid' results; PUBLISHING. 467
Hanson faces gloomy future; CONSTRUCTION. 110
Hilton donation raises the curtain at Playbox Theatre; ENTERTAINMENT. 182
Horse Racing: Ramonti proves Godolphin revival. 467
HydraPower heads closer to defect-free products; MANUFACTURING. 466
Inflation fears rise as manufacturing activity hits three-year high; MANUFACTURING. 495
Innovate Logistics to move into city; LOGISTICS. 225
Irish Navy searches sea bed for cannabis. 240
Jaguar veteran to step down; AUTOMOTIVE. 167
Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero. 171
Langham jury to consider verdict. 108
Letter: A quick word; FLOODING. 97
Letter: A quick word; SUPER PRIX. 110
Letter: How will Tony explain the US arms deal? MIDDLE EAST. 164
Letter: Inadequate investment; NEW STREET. 376
Letter: Worrying similarities with problem runways; COVENTRY AIRPORT. 313
Loan growth takes it toll on Allied Irish; BANKING. 670
Man 'pretended to be fire chief. 190
Man charged after fight at concert; CRIME. 186
Midlands industrialists learn from best in Japan; MANUFACTURING. 535
Morgan Crucible fires up pounds 36.2m profits; ENGINEERING. Financial report 311
Mortgage lenders scrap exit fees; MORTGAGES. 665
Mother in court; COURT. 82
MPs pledge help to factory workers; REDUNDANCIES. 354
My gentle son gave his life for his childhood dream; The family of Grenadier Guardsman Daryl Hickey should have been welcoming him home to Birmingham this month. Instead, they are mourning the death of their gentle son in Afghanistan, as his mother told Emma Pinch. 722
New categories for 2007 Arts & Business awards; ARTS. 338
New project manager for Frontier; CONSTRUCTION. 331
New thermal acquisition for Bodycote International; PROCESSING. 148
Nissan's catalyst breakthrough; MANUFACTURING. 126
NP Aerospace taken over in pounds 71m trade buyout; COMPOSITE MATERIALS. 644
ON THIS DAY; August 2. 176
One-two sends Cadbury's reeling; FOOD. 629
Parents hail donor family's bravery as Zoe goes home. 659
Parlez-vous anglais, si'l vous plait? 235
Pedestrian killed; ACCIDENT. 101
Peter Jewell. 168
PHD expands into St Modwen's business park; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 625
Plans for terror attack Down Under; AUSTRALIA. 147
Police shoot man with 'impact round' CRIME. 125
POLITICS: Brown 'could call snap election'. 174
POLITICS: Donor conceptions should be recorded. 151
POLITICS: Fears over equality review delays; DISCRIMINATION. 123
POLITICS: Filmmaker made 'scapegoat' over documentary claims. 483
POLITICS: Labour accused; ENGLISH HERITAGE. 83
POLITICS: Midlands post; APPOINTMENT. 88
POLITICS: New twist in London mayoral race as speculation over Opik mounts. 326
POLITICS: Sir Menzies 'lacking leadership skills'. 174
POLITICS: TV's Kirstie insists HIPs are a miss for homebuyers. 680
POST PEOPLE: Birmingham Forward event with Lord Tim Bell. 90
POST PEOPLE: Business in the Community Awards. 169
POST PEOPLE: Technology Transfer Fund launch. 108
Profit builds for Travis Perkins after rate increase; CONSTRUCTION. 448
Programme overlooks Midlands beauty spots. 653
Prudential has no interest in UK assurance shake-up. 462
Quiz of the Day. 169
Racecourse owner faces washout after rain cancellations; LEISURE. 395
Redundancy claims land senior city councillor in trouble. 511
Research shows more than 8m are in serious debt; DEBT. 475
Retired general accused over football hero's combat death. 318
Rugby fans set to be remembered. 216
Rugby Union: Giant lock Nimmo on way back to Coventry. 633
Rupert Murdoch snaps up publisher Dow Jones. 514
Savills cracks Granite deal to establish US presence; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 576
Shareholders in HBOS stand to gain; BANKING. 543
Shooting inquiry. 91
Six plead not guilty to trespass; COURTS. 137
St Ives says tough times are ahead; PRINTING. 236
Takeover offer could lift iSoft from the doldrums; TECHNOLOGY. Company overview 760
Taliban threat to kill more Korean hostages. 354
Teacher dies in rugby trip rafting accident. 191
Teachers claim schoolchildren are being used as Wi-Fi guinea pigs. 370
Terra Firma finally gets its hands on music giant EMI; ACQUISITION. 390
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Admirable policy - or madness at the Council House? 392
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: In the pits. 301
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: No contest. 109
Tour operator to become buoyant again. 171
Two-year degrees will become 'badge of honour'. 525
US credit fears dampen London revival hopes; MARKET REPORT SHARE PRICES. 534
Washed up! Feared Cornish 'Jaws' no threat to humans. 273
Water supply finally returns as flooding crisis ends. 392
We cannot afford to fail on Afghanistan mission, warns Cameron. 449
We should embrace change to control it because BAUINAO; MANUFACTURING. 684
What made Virgin blow the whistle? 640
Which company has the best reputation in the region? REPUTATION MONITOR CIPR PRIDE AWARDS 2006 WINNER CONSULTANCY TEAM OF THE YEAR Ismarts IAS SMARTS BIRMINGHAM. 181
Wienerberger claims victory in Baggeridge bidding war; MANUFACTURING. 349
Win tickets to Twenty20 finals day. 182

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