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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 18, 2007)

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'If he thought something was bad he would tell you'. 561
A day in the history of Balsall Heath; THE BIGGER PICTURE. 81
Al Qaida 'planning attack in US' INTERNATIONAL IRAQ. 167
Anti-laundering regs 'not working well enough' FINANCIAL SERVICES. 281
Arctic Monkeys go up against Amy Winehouse. 493
Asda settles row with publisher; BOOKS. 140
Babycare retailer Mothercare; THE CHINA CONNECTION MAZARS. 285
Belgrade back with ambitious season; Culture Theatre Belgrade Theatre artistic director Hamish Glen talks to Terry Grimley about his ambitious plans for the theatre's reopening season. 1440
Blue sees red over rate hike rumours and fears; SHARE PRICES MARKET REPORT. 512
Bomb-making books in Birmingham home. 425
Boxing: Calzaghe ready to face toughest test yet. 141
Britons bury head in the sand when it comes to debt; FINANCIAL SERVICES. 499
Busy birthday for Camilla. 275
Century-old policies law 'needs urgent updating' INSURANCE. 715
Child pornography vicar walks free; COURTS. 165
Councillor in brawl; COUNCILS. 84
Councillors mourn one of the city's good guys, Ken Hardeman. 858
Cricket: Benefiting from rise of Maddy; TWENTY20 CUP. 719
Cricket: Dhoni in Sachin's slipstream. 280
Cricket: Failure to adapt costs Worcester; BRISTOL: Gloucestershire beat Worcestershire by seven wickets (D/L method). 650
Cricket: Harmison decision defended by Moores; ENGLAND. 595
Cricket: Tendulkar chasing one last honour; INDIA. 291
Cricket: Warwickshire bid to revive Trophy best. 168
Cricket: Wright fired by youthful progression. 314
Crunch day as EMI takeover deadline given; ENTERTAINMENT. 221
Cycling: Soler Hernandez scales heights with stage prize. 656
Economy growing so swiftly it will overtake Germany; THE CHINA CONNECTION MAZARS. 532
ENTERPRISE: Business 'does not care about climate issues'. 581
ENTERPRISE: Consulting with the business community is crucial for our future. 429
ENTERPRISE: International Synergies expands into new premises. 365
ENTERPRISE: Success is crepe-ing up on new city catering outlet. 460
ENTERPRISE: The Midlands-based Classic Country. 311
Fears for region as quango given new policy powers. 642
Football: Blues have Mido in their sights; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 632
Football: Blues' search for a star of the future. 116
Football: Harewood is relishing Villa battle. 772
Football: Mowbray lands Teixeira as Greening shows faith in Albion with new deal; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 558
Football: Refreshed Young is fired-up for transatlantic workout. 658
Football: Strikers galore as McCarthy sets up Elliott signing. 265
Fourteen people have been taken to hospital; INTERNATIONAL. 83
Friel Homes putting money on Tilly; HOUSING. 209
Golf: Lawrie bids to make his own splash. 681
Golf: Open provides pleasant sideshow for determined Baker. 669
Golf: Smart money on Els but Jacklin could hit jackpot; ged Scott's OPEN DIARY. 845
Golf: Tiger set to roar into record books. 704
Golf: Woods is the man to beat: Broady. 403
Government bid was 'misuse of power' INTERNATIONAL. 183
Grant Thornton develops specialist advice division; THE CHINA CONNECTION MAZARS. 673
Higher and higher as analysts make their Speedy judgment; EQUIPMENT HIRE. 254
Horse Racing: Swinbank can ride the wave at Catterick. 531
Householders admit keeping 'weapons' ready for any intruders. 360
How CCTV pinpointed rioters. 648
Interest rates look set to go even higher; ECONOMICS. 437
Investment bank in Mountain Warehouse buyout deal; INVESTMENT. 422
Letter: A quick word; 101 PER CENT. 118
Letter: A quick word; KEN HARDEMAN. 104
Letter: All the qualities of a good leader; MARY WHITEHOUSE. 213
Letter: Box with dubious assortment of vaguely-related elements; MILLENNIUM POINT. 229
Letter: Flack is just a matter of geography; LORD JONES. 207
Letter: Politicians and developers; AFFORDABLE HOUSING. 398
Low-key drama behind the scenes of doomed opera production; Culture Theatre Amateur stage round-up by John Slim. 756
Lyttle and Darby on O'Connor wanted list; NON-LEAGUE. 117
Making customers happy creates debts for N Brown; RETAIL. 660
Mandela campaign launch for birthday; INTERNATIONAL. 187
Mitchells & Butlers still at the top of super category. 946
Mobile switch in hours planned; TELECOMS. 197
Moors run rule over former favourites; NON-LEAGUE. 143
New Lufthansa service to Romanian city to take flight; AVIATION. 353
Nightfreight boss's surprise delivery; LOGISTICS. 203
Not soldiering on in the interests of happy Wolves. 613
Nuclear waste fears over earthquake; INTERNATIONAL JAPAN. 173
ON THIS DAY; July 18. 149
Online retail booming and set to grow even further; Andy Lyon, Midlands senior partner and retail expert at PricewaterhouseCoopers looks at the growth in online shopping and the implications for retailers. 711
POLITICS: Barracks becomes a Beacon to Gurkhas. 176
POLITICS: Chairman calls for return of power to local councils. 514
POLITICS: Controversial railway line plans resurface. 312
POLITICS: Extra pounds 10m pledged to help schools hit by flooding. 548
POLITICS: Extra pounds 7.7 million to pay in Birmingham? 604
POLITICS: Galloway faces Commons suspension. 400
POLITICS: Jump in cover up by 300 pc. 193
POLITICS: New fear of being sidelined; BUSINESS ON ASSEMBLIES. 305
POLITICS: Wall crashes down in a second flood at Tenbury. 715
POLITICS: Where are the boundaries? BUSINESS ON RATES. 314
POST PEOPLE: Birmingham University graduation. 199
PwC staff face the music in CBSO ranks; ACCOUNTANCY. 215
Quiz of the Day. 186
Rentokil Initial in new takeover; CLEANING SERVICES. 183
Rowers have DevOcean to help children with epic race; Two Midland adventurers are planning an epic voyage for charity, even though one of them is a novice when it comes to the oceans, as they told Rhona Ganguly. 634
Rugby League: Parker leading by example. 182
Rugby Union: Optimistic Bees wait for Palm all-clear. 550
Russia says retaliation against Britain on way; INTERNATIONAL. 451
Sales dip for JJB Sports as World Cup effect wears off; RETAIL. 562
Six guilty of city race riot charges. 280
Smelly orchid; USA INTERNATIONAL. 88
SMEs 'must show scale of crime'. 292
Society being divided up more and more according to wealth. 491
Speedway: Brummies aim to prove point. 205
Sunni extremists massacre villagers; INTERNATIONAL. 186
Sydney terror alert; AUSTRALIA INTERNATIONAL. 98
Talk to donor family early, says Birmingham surgeon. 609
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Defensive action. 111
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Donor dilemmas. 307
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Regional plans must include a voice for business. 396
The driving force of the right vehicle for ventures; THE CHINA CONNECTION MAZARS Choosing the right vehicle is key to being in the driving seat of a successful business venture in China, but it does require careful consideration. Steve Wood, partner at international accountants Mazars in Birmingham, looks at some of the most commonly used ones. 693
Tourist sites' property assets sold by Blackstone; LEISURE. 543
Transparency gap must be filled' PRIVATE EQUITY. 1526
Wragge & Co appoints eight new directors; LEGAL. 176

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