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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 13, 2007)

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'Don Quixote' leaders ignore core values; POLITICS. 130
'Law firms should consider Stock Market'. 262
'Road pricing plan should be scrapped' POLITICS. 659
A memorable concert. 114
An insight into the electronic message. 299
Athletics: Harris promise is not lost on Sotherton. 690
Athletics: Sotherton sees Ennis threat; Britain's top female heptathlete tells Brian Dick about the knowledge she is under attack. 825
Bankruptcies up a quarter. 89
Benefits to be stopped for jobless non-English speakers; POLITICS. 220
Big Dave's pulling power beats the bullies. 390
Bird flu plant to resume working. 121
BIRMINGHAM POST: Government to face rough ride on road pricing. 408
BIRMINGHAM POST: Political football. 96
BIRMINGHAM POST: Time for action. 293
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 168
Britannia shares wealth. 163
British Airways faces new strike threat in pensions row. 262
Brum-based radio stations may be sold by Chrysalis. 404
Cameron looks to Scandinavia; POLITICS. 166
Camilla's all smiles ahead of surgery. 510
Care home boss denies sexually abusing boys. 195
Casting off shackles of bias. 536
Chancellor backs bid for Soccer World Cup; POLITICS. 360
Check your security to repel internet 'zombie' attacks. 352
Citizenship test arrests. 87
City reaps millions in ticket fiasco. 701
Climate change could erode Welsh coast. 218
Cricket: Afridi seeks law re-think. 116
Cricket: Australian fears rising. 514
Deal sees RedSky go to Explorer. 503
DID YOU KNOW? 180
Duchess Cornwall has history of ill health. 409
Easy way of finding a reliable tradesman. 569
End of the line for revered Defender? 363
Energy Cup draw favours Bees if Nuneaton are overcome. 131
Evesham on the ball for cup upset. 285
Fireman gets pounds 15,000 after wrongful arrest. 576
Fletcher finds solace in Mother Theresa's words during torrid times Down Under. 498
Food expert to drop Dr title for adverts. 241
Football: 'Respect' is the word as Boro prepare for Robins; FA CUP. 282
Football: Larsson out to stress plus points; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 911
Football: Little comfort from McCarthy. 312
Football: Mowbray keen to test Albion's strength in depth. 459
Football: Mowbray weighs up striking options. 807
Football: Six on Sky Blues list as hunt for manager inches forward. 386
Four million subscribers a month set 3G record. 497
Freeze frame; April 23, 1983. 125
Hit-and-run motorist almost killed me. 432
Horse Racing: Ball can celebrate at Southwell as Hessian strives to lose her maiden tag at long last. 487
Households turn down credit. 271
Impressive Hotshots on target to leave outclassed rivals second-best; BADMINTON. 329
IN BRIEF. 608
Indy revival leads the way in sales. 154
Inflation pushes cost of average UK house above pounds 200k. 288
INTERNATIONAL: Court grants parole to 1970s terrorist. 305
INTERNATIONAL: Deadly car bombs kill at least 80. 634
INTERNATIONAL: Portugal to relax strict abortion laws. 401
INTERNATIONAL: US calls on Pakistan to halt Taliban. 174
INTERNATIONAL: We haven't given militants bombs, says Iran president. 389
Internet service for the sophisticated or for the less refined. 475
It was right to close schools. 93
It's wise to clean up your old PCs before you recycle them. 807
Keyboard maestro in bid for TVR. 339
Lawn Tennis: Career-high Murray's ranking points at risk in defence of San Jose title. 173
Let's hope Birmingham Forward returns to its important lobbying role. 496
Longbridge plans are motoring on. 616
Lord Hunt to talk about the work life balance. 189
LSE trades up after repelling Nasdaq raid. 259
Midlands industry claims top awards. 145
Motorists urged to take action on parking fines. 856
MPs want inquiry into use of size zero models. 242
My life of pain must end, says Kelly. 240
New plea to end hedgehog cull. 188
News Digest: Aircraft's escort. 84
NEWS DIGEST: Make a date. 82
Old shoes can pave the way to beating cancer. 225
One step closer for city's tallest building. 524
Package holiday giant takes off. 714
Pawn loans up in busy January. 530
PERSPECTIVE: Grand vision must be turned into a reality; ARUP As Birmingham waits for the redevelopment of New Street Station, Colin Stewart, from Ove Arup & Partners, fears that time is running out for the Grand Central Station dream. 694
PERSPECTIVE: Ho, Ho, Ho! A round of applause for Santa Les. 567
Police steal Grammy spotlight. 638
POST PEOPLE: Birmingham Business Focus. 180
POST PEOPLE: Claremont Cocktail Party. 112
pounds 10m traffic light scheme is a 'waste of money'. 455
Price war averted in Vodafone acquisition. 199
ProLogis in new takeover. 658
Ratepayers failed by transport managers. 227
Region's economy suffering. 261
Relief as key cost for firms tumbles. 526
Remember the 15th! 155
Reporting for duty despite the snow. 501
Rest is the key for post-op recovery. 370
Royals often turn to herbal remedies to cure ailments. 339
Rugby Union: England to name team today in bid for club deal. 436
Rugby Union: Hinshelwood banking on Warriors' survival. 673
Saddlers urged to remain upbeat; LEAGUE TWO. 352
SHARE PRICES: Oil and gas problems send stocks down; MARKET REPORT. 462
Showcase could cost pounds 1 billion; POLITICS. 141
Showingcasing awards for young professionals. 388
Solidarity conference. 123
Solutions for the Blues. 98
Stourbridge look for Flying Postman to deliver in goals; NON-LEAGUE. 317
Terminally ill woman demands right to die. 716
The first operating system designed solely with the end user in mind. 607
THIS DAY IN HISTORY; February 13. 169
Time to take a break; Agbonlahor gets O'Neill backing BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 775
Travel merger throws up savings lifeline. 343
Vaughan is key to success; Radio Five Live's voice of sport Down Under. 1204
VISUAL ARTS: Art fair will put Curzon Street Station back on the track; CULTURE. 338
VISUAL ARTS: John forges ahead with new art deal; CULTURE. 200
VISUAL ARTS: Professionals won't let a little snow spoil night; CULTURE Review Philharmonia Symphony Hall ****. 283
VISUAL ARTS: Strength in depth; CULTURE Hard work? Helping select Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery's first open exhibition was a privilege, says Terry Grimley. 1324
We are not a police state. 85
WEB LIFE. 122
Website is just the business. 418
Well initiative makes a splash; CSR isn't just a marketing buzz word at Cadbury Trebor Bassett, an afterthought, or a reputation enhancing strategy. Thrive gains an insight into how one motivated company can make the difference in communities across the world and closer to home. 628
What if.... . . . just 25 per cent of West Midlands employees were given one volunteering day per year by their employer? 378
Whitby: No simple fix for our problems. 342
Williams returns to Boro. 173

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