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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 26, 2007)

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925 and counting for singer. 173
Apex deals by Barclays for Harborne firm. 246
Asha's brimming with hope for new venture; Indian singing star Asha Bhosle has chosen Birmingham to indulge her love of cooking with the launch of a new restaurant, Asha's. Emma Pinch meets her. 829
BA cancels flights after cabin crew strike in pay row. 302
Bentley Jennison no-risk pounds 6m lift; LEGAL & FINANCE. 185
BIA future far from certain. 469
Birmingham pilot a success. 193
Bishop of Coventry will step down. 208
Boss loses extradition challenge. 149
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 181
Brown named as Serco chief; EXEC MIDLANDS. 221
Cars left trapped in tower 'bat cave'. 532
Center Parcs sells Chapel Spa; LEGAL & FINANCE. 174
Clips of understanding; CULTURE DVD REVIEWS. 273
Concerned passenger thought alleged bomber had been shot. 415
Crest boom before bid date. 561
Dame Judi in fine form; CULTURE DVD REVIEWS. 296
Daring jump from train eventually led to freedom in Switzerland; FREEDOM REGAINED. 483
DID YOU KNOW? 128
DIGEST: Inflation plea. 95
Early hopes hit by Wall Street slump; MARKET REPORT. 452
eBay figures smash predictions to boost online company. 281
EU fudges pensions decision. 558
Fatal bid to help wife. 132
Football: Ehiogu heads north in Rangers deal. 123
Football: Gold ticks off days to keep Upson; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 592
Football: Hibernian move holds key to Boro pursuit of Gera. 517
Football: Little and large put smile on Villa faces; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP Villa's new signings provide a rich contrast. 968
Football: Mills the favourite for Lambs return; CONFERENCE. 225
Football: Moore shrugs off merger talks to focus on push up table; NON-LEAGUE. 303
Football: O'Neill set to pay for success. 909
Football: Rookie Cederqvist will be par for the course; LEAGUE TWO. 695
Football: Rovers respond well to Brown's exhortations. 237
Football: Three leave Robins in commitment drive. 261
Football: Tweed the hawk. 169
Football: Wolves move for on-loan keeper; FA CUP. 442
Ford staff agonise over payout deal. 1267
Getting wed? Be cynical and get a pre-nup, warns lawyer; LEGAL & FINANCE. 291
Golf: Cautious Goosen takes another step in climb back to the top; GOLF: QATAR MASTERS. 558
Gordon is talking tough but a Labour PM always needs the unions. 511
Government under fire for home seller packs. 339
Hero's widow may sue police. 513
High insolvency prompts pounds 1.4bn bad debt wipe; LEGAL & FINANCE. 367
Horse Racing: Knight's plans stay on course. 560
Hospital cleaner jailed for using OAP's savings book. 218
IN BRIEF. 534
In the steps of my father; More than 60 years after her father and his fellow Allied fugitives escaped through Nazi-occupied Italy, Rosemary Clarke is to retrace his epic 600-mile journey. In the first of a special series, Richard McComb tells the remarkable story of Jack Clarke's flight from a prison camp, his re-capture and his dramatic second bid for freedom across the wild terrain of the Italian mountains. 210
Injuries paled next to loss of a friend. 192
Insolvency pressure on Midlands firms. 237
Insurer pleased with pace of market recovery. 150
INTERNATIONAL: Farmer 'hung woman from meat hook'. 288
INTERNATIONAL: Israeli president is suspended. 410
INTERNATIONAL: Man dies as plane skids into van. 106
INTERNATIONAL: Non-lethal ray gun feels hot, hot, hot. 200
Investment pays dividends for tool hire firm. 282
Jane Flemming and Kelly Round both are lawyers dealing with family matters; LEGAL & FINANCE. 112
Kitchen fire from oven sterilisation. 240
Labour lashed on gun crime figures. 630
Landmark office is refurbed. 125
Last year was worst on record for Ford. 374
Late night TV quiz caller had pounds 348 bill for 15 telephone calls. 292
Lawn Tennis: Awesome Federer proves gulf remains as wide as ever; TENNIS: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: MEN. 256
Lawn Tennis: Sharapova crushes departing Clijsters to set up final date with unseeded Williams; WOMEN. 396
Lawyers make grade at Piper; LEGAL & FINANCE. 194
Letter: . . . integrity and honesty. 270
Letter: A woman of principle. . . 268
Letter: Help to cope with stress. 298
Letter: Inherent fear of free speach. 186
Letter: Poetry society. 125
Letter: Saucepan theory and Richard McComb. 170
Lufthansa takes off with BIA figures. 308
Marston's buys smaller rival, Pope. 574
Metro bar expands with help from Allied Irish. 321
Monsoon looks to Liz to revive flagging fortunes. 411
Music Zone job losses. 123
New faces bolster Bromsgrove law office; LEGAL & FINANCE. 326
NEWS DIGEST: Drink black hole. 154
NEWS DIGEST: Jury discharged. 103
NEWS DIGEST: Team effort. 93
O'Leary is 'Al Capone of the aviation industry'. 269
Our rising stars cut the Mustard. 515
Paedophile spared overcrowded jail. 220
PERSPECTIVE: Flying in the face of accepted Labour doctrine. 549
PERSPECTIVE: Turning paperclips into lasting tribute; When head teacher Linda Hooper decided her pupils needed to learn about the Holocaust, with the help of paper clips, she could not have envisaged the global response that overwhelmed their small school in the United States, as she told Rhona Ganguly. 1166
Pete Burns to sue surgeon. 107
Pioneering op to save Neil's hand; Private Neil McCallion nearly lost his left hand in a bomb blast while serving in Afghanistan last year. In an exclusive interview, he talked to Health Correspondent Emma Brady. 750
Pizza man has alibi. 185
Policy holders eligible for pounds 4bn deal. 410
POST PEOPLE: Aston University Eye Clinic Opening. 166
POST PEOPLE: Walsall Law Association 61st Annual Dinner. 82
POWs ushered through hole in compound wall. 371
Promotion stress similar to divorce; EXEC MIDLANDS. 234
Pupils should be taught Britishness and diversity. 199
Race row saved Big Brother. 145
Record $12,7bn loss for car firm. 557
Region loses out on road cash for missing targets; By Paul Dale Chief Reporter. 401
Released murderer killed care worker. 347
Retire with pounds 5m? You might prefer pounds 10m; LEGAL & FINANCE. 321
Rugby Union: Brain: we have to win tonight. 702
Rugby Union: Mallinder delays Hill's return. 329
Rugby Union: Windo ponders Moseley move. 364
Rugby Union: Wings blow for Ashton. 197
Rumour of 'hidden computers' at No 10. 243
Ryton closure affects numbers. 484
Savings culture is back and thriving. 401
Share cash aids strong Colliers recovery. 463
Sharing spoils of legal war; LEGAL & FINANCE. 612
Spotlight could turn on police procedure following officer's death; BACKGROUND. 388
Straw defends UK Christian majority. 286
Students avoiding science. 437
Teenage Catholic girls in trouble; CULTURE DVD REVIEWS. 235
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Forget the stiff upper lip, let's get angry. 414
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Loud complaint. 102
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Wrong answer. 291
The Queen takes a stroll around Centenary Square; Freeze frame June 12, 1991. 126
THIS DAY IN HISTORY; January 26. 182
Tip to top-up low pay for waiters; LEGAL & FINANCE. 295
To hell and back in a camper van; CULTURE DVD REVIEWS. 284
Toddler found safe after car-jacking. 153
Too many lawyers, not enough engineers. 368
UK job market guilty of 'massive' waste of talent; EXEC MIDLANDS. 656
Waitrose inspires NHS response. 256
We can rebuild him; Exclusive. 146
WEB LIFE. 109
Wembley building firm lifted by bid offer. 215
Women brought food to escapees in river bed; CAPTIVITY. 689
Wragge is on right track for stations; LEGAL & FINANCE. 319
Wragge secures a plumb client; LEGAL & FINANCE. 456

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