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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 24, 2007)

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'Tax incentive should reward businesses who go green'. 291
ARTS: Banking on Melvyn to be the perfect master of ceremonies; CULTURE Emma Pomfret meets the brains behind the South Bank Show. 897
ARTS: Chance to support artists of the future; CULTURE. 337
ARTS: Legend's young at heart; CULTURE Mike Davies celebrates life with Peter O'Toole. 881
Baghdad rocked by new car bomb deaths. 181
Barclays backs buy-out of designer clothing retailer. Company overview 282
BEAUTY: Get a healthy, organic glow. 244
BEAUTY: Natural born rocker; Jo Wood tells Gabrielle Fagan how turning to nature has transformed her life. 647
BEAUTY: Sharp dressed man. 394
Bintley's heroic pitch; CULTURE THEATRE Terry Grimley checks on the state of play with David Bintley as he prepares to unveil his Latest full-length ballet. 1333
Bitter American pill for Tate & Lyle. 267
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 171
Bridging the investment gap; Isabell Majewsky, Director of Connect Midlands, examines the attraction of being a business angel CONNECT the fast track for technology business. 827
BT going green with npower. 335
Campaigners won't give up the fight for Cosford. 314
COMPETITION: Win a stunning diamond ring worth pounds 1,000. 375
Crabtree urges an end to 'yah boo politics' in business. 593
Cricket: England hit bottom of the class. 616
Cricket: Flintoff: We're better than this. 435
Dame Helen leads Brit Oscar charge. 761
Designer chic for hardcore clubbers; ENTERPRISE. 365
Dining: RECIPE - Pear and red wine glazed kangaroo fillet. Recipe 223
Dining: Top wines for investors; Clive Platman looks at the stellar prices that some fine wines are fetching. 848
DJ Tony tells Jade to on long holiday. 444
Drug firm upbeat over prospects. 201
Elderly 'let down over food in care'. 289
Electricity company saves last two from life in the dark. 265
Eleven are suspended after pupils walk out. 213
Environmental technology centre for Shrewsbury. 287
EuroLogix keen as Mustard for award; ENTERPRISE. 616
Families of fatal crash victims tell drivers not to use phones. 452
FASHION: Monsoon goes exotic with the Hurley factor. 300
FASHION: Retail Therapy. 774
Fiona Mills attacks media for instigating hate campaign. 395
Firms fear for public services; POLITICS. 104
FOOD: Azzari Too grows up. 755
Football: Big Ron returns to Poppies. 140
Football: Davies' attitude is priceless to Albion; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 651
Football: Fit-again Picken is back for Saddlers; LEAGUE TWO. 205
Football: Friends are reunited as Young signs. 865
Football: Hopeful Heath points to positives. 318
Football: How The Hulk could turn into fans' genuine hero; Hyder Jawad offers a welcome to Villa's philanthropic and peripatetic Norwegian. 1032
Football: Russell keeps seven-up Harriers on play-off course; NON-LEAGUE. 423
Football: Stability is key as Bruce rejects Hammers' Upson bid. 540
Football: Villa's new vision for the future; On January 10, The Birmingham Post welcomed Richard FitzGerald as Aston Villa's chief executive by raising key points and questions. Here, Mr FitzGerald provides his responses and gives an insight into how Villa's operation is set to change. 1717
Football: Wolves highlight play-off target with Keogh deal. 494
Gay rights adoption row set to ignite; POLITICS. 191
Give us back our freedom to lob a few toffees around; John Slim rounds up the latest news from the amateur stage community. 1003
Good hair day for niche producer. 529
Guiding those cut off by digital divide. 603
Gun battle an on-going struggle, says Reid; POLITICS. 593
Hemming campaign goes on to name and shame Ministers; POLITICS. 290
Hezbollah protest paralyses Lebanon. 286
Horse Racing: Promise set to shine. 450
Hot potato. 293
Humberts' buying spree pays off. 262
Industry cashes in with rising profit margins. 613
INTERIORS: Cash, Cheque or Credit. 266
INTERIORS: The dream scheme; A blank canvas offers Colin and Justin the chance to decorate a lounge in style. 626
iSoft ready for sale. 175
Israeli president may face rape charges. 175
Join the Post People. 110
Judgment awaited on 'pro-life' images. 324
Katich will captain Derbyshire. 167
Keep Shrewsbury free, insists MP; POLITICS. 232
Keeping Sketchley boosts Johnson. 525
KGB tried to kill Pope in 1981 shooting, suggests book by pontiff's close aide. 326
King predicts lower inflation later this year. 208
Lawn Tennis: Fast-rising Murray on brink of big-time breakthrough. 395
Letter: Hard-working professionals. 522
Letter: Investing in people and skills. 219
Letter: Tragic loss to the business community. 172
Letter: Tragic loss to the business community. 177
Library plans could be shelved. 544
Logica CMG on track to meet targets. 216
M&A still very much in vogue. 537
M&S digs way out of pounds 704m pensions deficit. 529
Midland homes' value up 1.5pc. 633
Minority venture capital fund; ENTERPRISE. 173
Moment hero fireman almost caught 'Tube suicide bomber'. 114
Music For Youth - The Primary Proms Programme. 170
Nasdaq chipping away at LSE. 257
Navigating the Bank's 'river of blood' to its unknown destination. 505
NEWS DIGEST: Bats, but no belfry. 97
NEWS DIGEST: Failing grade. 82
NEWS DIGEST: Inquiry ongoing. 97
NEWS DIGEST: Land Rover raid. 83
NEWS DIGEST: POLITICS - Cheap justice. 85
Nine held after police swoop in Staffs drugs raids. 276
Now U Can Store It in West Brom, too; ENTERPRISE. 217
Party animals look to Vegas. 323
PERSPECTIVE: Common sense will resolve argument; Following on from his comments made in yesterday's The Birmingham Post which reignited the debate over single-sex adoption, the Most Rev Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Birmingham, now calls for reason and balance between different opinions. 847
PERSPECTIVE: Spartan wages won't lead back to the farm. 642
Pig farmer: Murder claims are hogwash. 539
Police hold five in terrorism swoop. 154
Poor old Doug. 100
POST PEOPLE: Aston Business School Executive Forum. 99
POST PEOPLE: Aston Science Park Seminar. 160
POST PEOPLE: BDO Stoy Hayward Team Building at Wylde Green Primary School. 106
POST PEOPLE: BUST Ladies Charity Lunch. 100
POST PEOPLE: CECA Midlands Annual Dinner. 86
POST PEOPLE: Centre City Re-Invention. 173
POST PEOPLE: Grant Thornton Tax Seminar. 137
POST PEOPLE: LIPs at Wongs Event. 131
POST PEOPLE: St Bernards Lawns Open Evening. 120
POST PEOPLE: Williams de Broae Drinks Reception. 125
Pound nudges two dollars. 264
pounds 500 million wiped off Tate & Lyle; SHARE PRICES MARKET REPORT. 461
Pushing for 'vital' language training. 355
Residents evacuated as flames tear through factory. 283
Rewarding ambition; ENTERPRISE. 101
Roddick in form to test Federer; AUSTRALIAN OPEN: MEN. 273
Rugby Union: Ashton's project blown off course by broken wings; SIX NATIONS. 532
Rugby Union: Energy wasted on Trophy. 748
Rugby Union: Feaunati adds his weight to cause. 306
Rugby Union: French call for RFU to save Cup. 212
Rugby Union: Tigers could face Munster rematch; HEINEKEN CUP. 213
Rugby Union: Ulster demand ERC action over Brennan fan 'assault'. 469
Safarova checked out in last eight; WOMEN. 296
Set example on retirement age, Government is told. 483
Soldier died believing he would bring peace. 573
Speaker sinks Tory bid for Napoli debate. 248
Stability in a wind of change. 663
Stores' inquiry 'silenced'. 498
Strike to hit wide range of government agencies. 217
Students learn how to make business mark with new enterprise conference; ENTERPRISE. 264
Tea with the Queen; ENTERPRISE. 96
Teenage hobby pays off as Corgi buys collectibles company. 458
Tesco welcomes report. 732
Third face op transplant. 98
THIS DAY IN HISTORY; January 13. 165
Travel tonic at Smiths. 410
War still good for Chemring. 299
We need you to rat on your builder. 491
When terror rode the Tube. 1065
Where will library's final chapter be set? 397
Yorkshire before SA for classy Rudolph. 316
You really need to be rich to rate on this list. 511
Young businessman died in 'laughing gas experiment' says coroner. 302

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