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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 25, 2007)

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'Stay local this weekend and help region recover'. 673
16-year-old arrested near to where Rhys shot dead. 523
17 minutes to decide on dream home. 359
A quick word; DRIVING BAN. 122
Actress robbed at posh hotel; AMERICA: INTERNATIONAL. 182
Alaska volcano sparks fears of major eruption; INTERNATIONAL. 175
Another in a long list of apologies; HEALTH SERVICE. 170
Another top executive quits following credit market turmoil; BANKING. 313
Artificial heart saves baby. 681
Asia optimistic in the face of global financial turmoil; ECONOMY. 634
Athletics: Collins: Hat-trick of medals remains the aim. 231
Athletics: Duo eye chance to overtake Kluft; ATHLETICS: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. 745
Athletics: Ohuruogu poised for fresh start after ban. 586
Babies' bodies hidden in house; FRANCE: INTERNATIONAL. 203
Bank barred from imposing further fees. 322
Bank denies stepping back from sub-prime; MORTGAGES. 286
Baseball: Bulldogs under the weather. 367
BIRMINGHAM POST: Give us a vote. 189
BIRMINGHAM POST: Reflections. 294
BIRMINGHAM POST: Rural first-time buyers should not be forced in to city. 319
Bomb in Spain marks firstCattack since ETA ceasefire; INTERNATIONAL. 543
Bosses forced out. 152
Bright future ahead for Jaguar and Land Rover; AUTOMOTIVE. 631
British drivers spent pounds 36.5bn on their motors; PERSONAL FINANCE. 223
City author nominated again. 89
City centre motorists warned. 155
Conservation group hits out over plans for big screen. 361
Credits alert for needy pensioners. 91
Cricket: Bruce apologises to Halsey. 339
Cricket: England's selection backfires. 698
Cricket: Hants upbeat about Warne. 234
Cricket: Maddy offers support for Greatbatch after Scarborough debacle. 489
Cricket: Pears sore at Kent's caution; CRICKET: LV COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP CANTERBURY (final day): Kent (4pts) drew with Worcestershire (4pts). 737
Cricket: Sorry Bears suffer utter humiliation; SCARBOROUGH (third day of four): Yorkshire (22pts) defeated Warwickshire (2) by an innings and 210 runs. 1066
Cricket: Taunton to provide 'home sweet home' for Worcester; NATWEST PRO40. 437
Criminals jailed after robbing and killing British politician in Washington; INTERNATIONAL. 408
Difficult call for small investors just now. 588
Ex-journalist will direct film agency. 367
Fears housing crisis could lead America into recession; US ECONOMY. 532
Finicius is taken to upset some classy individuals. 232
Fl team boss faces competition to buy QPR; SPORT. 469
Football: Albion urged to ignore the hype and entertain; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 747
Football: Barry finds history lies in his way; Chief Sports Writer Hyder Jawad talks to Dennis Mortimer about Aston Villa and England. 1517
Football: Blakemore's Scholars struck by the holiday blues; BRITISH GAS BUSINESS MIDLANDS. 817
Football: Bruce is braced for Fagan's trickery. 384
Football: Bucks face biggest test. 258
Football: Bulls bid to shine in the sun; AMERICAN FOOTBALL. 378
Football: Busy times lie ahead for O'Neill; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 697
Football: Dowie banking on no hassle. 455
Football: Early flurry of injuries puts Moors on back foot. 521
Football: Injuries mounting up as Blues enter crucial phase; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 688
Football: Jones boost for Malvern. 213
Football: Knowing the value of silence; BOOK REVIEW Interesting, very interesting. 500
Football: Mills wanting Lambs to focus on main storyline; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 503
Football: Mowbray swoops for Slusarski. 391
Football: Punters pile in on 1-0 Blues win; ODDS & EVENS. 494
Football: Royals boss keeps faith. 459
Football: Saddlers pay tribute to tragic youth player; LEAGUE ONE. 236
Football: Sanchez expects Davis to be permanent fixture. 500
Football: Small mentality at St Andrew's must be tackled - and soon. 814
Football: Stevenage take points; BLUE SQUARE PREMIER. 230
Football: United still unhappy with Green's role for Liverpool in abortive Heinze affair; FOOTBALL ROUND-UP. 716
Football: Wolves won't relax by the Pool. 486
Football: Yeltz snap up Eaden; BRITISH GAS BUSINESS PREMIER. 224
Footballer was 'naive, but he is not a nasty person'. 509
Gala dinner to fly the flag for Birmingham. 109
Girl is one of three killed in attacks on Iraqi police bases; INTERNATIONAL. 368
Golf: Germany yesterday after a second-round. 147
Golf: Pilot Pen tournament in New Haven. 128
Golf: Record for Walker but Carter clear. 434
Golf: We don't need play-offs to know who's the best in the world; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 950
Half of those investors who use internet do it at work; PERSONAL FINANCE. 310
Harder to buy in rural Midlands. 631
Head hits out at league tables. 525
Henderson expecting drop-off in investment; FINANCE. 391
Horse Racing: Cheveley Park aiming to celebrate with Echelon. 672
Investors are wary ahead of reshuffle; JAPAN. 246
Job cuts help to stabilise clothing chain Gap as second quarter profits rise; RETAIL. Financial report 381
KENYA: INTERNATIONAL; Gang leader held. 93
Killer's letters to the teenage ex-girlfriend he murdered found in wood. 381
London market heads for holiday in positive mood; BRITAIN. 505
Metalrax profits dented by costly Belsize integration; ENGINEERING. 638
Motor Racing: Hamilton wants the last word; FORMULA ONE. 693
Motor Racing: Jones ready for solo run; GT CHAMPIONSHIP. 285
Motorcycling: British Superbike crowd favourite Chris Walker. 165
New low-cost protection. 112
ON THIS DAY; August 25. 138
People who have lower deposits still being hit; PERSONAL FINANCE. 332
Playing political games; FAILING SOCIETY. 475
Poker: Body language of poker catches on across Channel. 523
POLITICS: Brown faces party revolt over EU treaty. 311
POLITICS: Cameron calls for new 'social covenant' and responsibility. 401
POLITICS: Children are taken unnecessarily, says MP. 280
POLITICS: Eight to contest Brandwood seat; BY-ELECTION. 112
POLITICS: Government crackdown. 152
POLITICS: Gwen dress sense; LIFESTYLE. 96
POLITICS: pounds 80m NHS payout; HEALTH. 107
POLITICS: Slow progress on Blair's promise for military ward. 620
POLITICS: Varsity chair now Lord-Lieutenant; EDUCATION. 133
Poor standard of care in UK for stroke victims. 229
PROFILE: Exemplary advocate for society; Duncan Tift meets Sukhdev Bhomra, president of the Birmingham Law Society, and finds a man who advocates fairness not just for his clients, but for his family and community as well. 2121
Pru warning over pensions crisis; PERSONAL FINANCE. 982
Quiz of the Day. 191
Race killings wait; AMERICA: INTERNATIONAL. 90
Record Delcam revenues diluted; TECHNOLOGY. 306
Remains could be of the last tsar's son. 187
Rugby Union: O'Gara saves Ireland with last-gasp try. 266
Rugby Union: Ruddock sets out stall with serious 'friendly'. 575
Shots on M5 add to bank holiday traffic misery. 611
Symptoms of being over 25... 758
Takeover blow as Sainsbury's shareholder sells stake; RETAIL. 473
The British people should be given a referendum; EU TREATY. 393
The heroic teacher who died trying to save mum. 258
Three soldiers killed and two injured in US 'friendly fire' incident. 484
Transplant athlete fit and raring to go for gold. 392
UK economy grows, but turmoil yet to hit home; ECONOMY. 251
US home sales boost European stocks; GERMANY. 267
US rapper refused entry into Britain over visa. Concert review 366
Variable rate is mortgage of choice for most owners. 291
Wall Street finds a silver lining; USA. 255
Waning Celebrity Big Brother canned. 181
West Brom's run of bad luck ended by brilliant sun. 413
West demands more from Evesham; NON LEAGUE BRITISH GAS BUSINESS MIDLANDS. 592
Why DCC can spell out trouble shopping abroad. 716
Why debts are mystery to many people. 354
Woman dies after attack by gang in park. 242

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