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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 20, 2007)

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'Hungry' Shoosmiths fee income up to pounds 95m; LEGAL. 387
'Nazi' eagle has landed Barclays in trouble in Netherlands; BANKING. 270
'Spiderman' stunt scales Selfridges; The youth sitting on the Selfridges roof. 240
A land where almost anything is possible; THEATRE Amateur Stage. 894
Abortions in England and Wales rise nearly four per cent on last year. 340
Aeroflot places first order for Trent engines. 261
Airbus 'back in business' claim; AEROSPACE. 666
Alliance Boots pension deal ends fears of sale disruption; ACQUISITION. 418
Bad retail day as Tesco doesn't check out; SHARE PRICES Market Report. 508
Bank of Ireland backs husband and wife team at Mount House Group; HEALTHCARE. 287
Barclays' equity arm takes significant stake in Zenith; CONTRACT HIRE. 290
Baseball: Midlands Division leaders. 233
Bid to open coast; ENVIRONMENT. 95
Bournville gets back to basics as US swallows up drinks division. 480
Bournville still 'heart of Cadbury'. 487
Boxing: Hatton enjoying Mexican wave. 347
Byrne 'beyond desperate' on ID card plans. 223
Cadbury being courted by big private equity groups; CONFECTIONERY. 751
Cadbury's control of events seems to be slowly melting away. 484
Cemex plant now going flat out to keep up with boom; CONSTRUCTION. 468
Changzhou can learn a thing or two from UCE; THE CHINA CONNECTION. 708
Comedy giants in double; Peter and Dud Come Again Warwick Arts Centre ****. Theater review 276
Council advertises cannabis picnic event. 228
Council chairman says professor is just wrong. 460
Cricket: Cook seeks further progress on Durham's historic day; FRIENDS PROVIDENT TROPHY: SEMI-FINAL. 652
Cricket: Crass Windies beat themselves; CRICKET: FOURTH TEST MATCH RIVERSIDE: England defeated West Indies by seven wickets. 860
Cricket: Harmison gets back in stride for victory. 766
Cricket: Harris is quick to find the right length. 432
Cricket: Steyn targeting fond farewell; FRIENDS PROVIDENT TROPHY SEMI-FINAL. 809
Cricket: Vaughan's admission. 205
Debt proves very profitable for some; FINANCIAL SERVICES. 163
Developer prepares for future with shake-up; DEVELOPMENT. 298
Diana exploited; ROYALTY. 94
DID YOU KNOW? 102
Djemba-Djemba looking set for Portugal switch. 356
Eastern promise as six Airbus factories targeted; THE CHINA CONNECTION. 286
Euro MPs back Equitable Life damning report; FINANCIAL SERVICES. 738
Evening event at Anne Hathaway's cottage. 101
Firms owed money after Longbridge boycott talks. 353
Football: AMERICAN FOOTBALL. 176
Football: Hendrie fit and raring to accept best offer. 877
Football: Nicholls ready to shine for Saddlers after signing deal; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 319
Football: Wait continues for Blades as panel delays verdict. 354
Golf: Confident Sullivan qualifies; AMATEUR GOLF. 301
Golf: Ghost of Carnoustie still hovers over Europe's finest. 1020
Health scare drove Laurie towards slimming title. 359
Healthy start for Enterprise Hub; INVESTMENT. 340
Horse Racing: Ascot crowd down. 101
Horse Racing: Big guns bring in top prizes on first day. 656
Horse Racing: Right royal fight on the cards. 711
Horse Racing: The Windsor Forest Stakes is another tricky contest. 136
Inquiry will look at loan problems for ethnic firms; FINANCE. 464
Interest rates hit Tesco as slowdown confirmed; RETAIL. 563
International accountants Mazars; THE CHINA CONNECTION. 198
INTERNATIONAL: Eight held hostage as robbers raid bank in Paris suburb. 217
INTERNATIONAL: Eight quizzed; SWEDEN. 119
INTERNATIONAL: Firm found selling old dumplings; CHINA. 128
INTERNATIONAL: Food for vultures; SPAIN. 109
INTERNATIONAL: Israel pressured to follow US Palestine decision. 172
INTERNATIONAL: Live reptiles found stuffed in gnomes; AUSTRALIA. 160
INTERNATIONAL: Midland officers in Japan for Lindsay appeal. 178
INTERNATIONAL: More than 100 die in three days. 128
INTERNATIONAL: Pakistan row over Rushdie knighthood escalates. 410
INTERNATIONAL: US soldiers storm al Qaida sanctuary. 451
Internet scams taking big toll of region's small firms; ENTERPRISE. 482
Internet traders illegally refuse customers right to cancel orders; RETAIL. 340
Irish tycoons in Chrysalis talks; MEDIA. 216
It's the Reel thing as cinemas expand locations; LEISURE. 307
Lawn Tennis: Henman ends drought with 'intense' display; NOTTINGHAM OPEN. 909
Lawn Tennis: O'Brien leads British charge; TENNIS: EASTBOURNE. 851
Letter: A quick word; OPINION GORDON BROWN. 117
Letter: Building a huge success in the face of adversity; OPINION WOLVES. 280
Letter: Choosing gender above policy and personality; OPINION DEPUTY LEADERSHIP. 387
Letter: COUNCIL HOMES; OPINION. 149
Letter: Reform the city council; OPINION ELECTED MAYOR. 252
Letter: Stand up a fight for the oppressed; OPINION MIDDLE CLASS. 173
Make sure you do plenty of homework and take local advice; THE CHINA CONNECTION. 705
Man forced child to eat chilli; COURTS. 128
Man stabbed tackling raiders gets police award. 424
Manning tribute; DEATH. 115
Midlands confident despite UK gloom; ENTERPRISE. 509
Military stories ban after hostages fiasco. 429
Monet painting fetches pounds 18.5m. 275
More 'free' cash machines to be spread about. 259
Mother fails in battle over CSA 'failure'. 220
Motor Racing: Hamilton role at Silverstone; MOTORSPORT. 394
Murder hunt after body found; CRIME. 104
Offices become galleries in city museum project. 597
ON THIS DAY; June 20. 163
Outstanding business solutions from brightest students; EDUCATION. 417
POLITICS: 'Illegals should win right to stay' IMMIGRANTS. 132
POLITICS: Bad landlords will be named and shamed. 533
POLITICS: Computer experts concerned over new electronic voting. 323
POLITICS: Crime and punishment review pledge by Brown. 524
POLITICS: District councils fight for survival. 197
POLITICS: Ethnic minority finance inquiry; BUSINESS. 90
POLITICS: PARLIAMENT TODAY; Commons. 186
POLITICS: Thousands of criminals set for release as prisons fill up. 528
Prestigious export award for Arden Photonics; ENTERPRISE. Company overview 361
Prison officer Kevin Heffernan; ENTERPRISE. 185
Quiz of the Day. 161
Recycling help for SMEs as new adviser appointed; ENTERPRISE. 336
Reviews: Novel drama where the canal is the star; THEATRE Box Birmingham Repertory Theatre on the canal ***. 376
Reviews: Resounding declaration of confidence; THEATRE Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra Symphony Hall *****. Concert review 458
Row between pizza chains is real Hot Stuff; TRADE MARKS. 432
Rugby League: Birmingham Bulldogs. 157
Ryanair tempts flyers with sale; AVIATION. 82
Shooters to fall foul of new rules; DRINKS INDUSTRY. 185
Solihull site could be safe. 499
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Midlands will recover after Heart surgery; OPINION. 364
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Smoke screens; OPINION. 99
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: The key to jails; OPINION. 298
The EU work for small businesses; ENTERPRISE. 412
The same end for women who were worlds apart; ANALYSIS. 595
This evil gunman is jailed for life. 373
This is your Pilot speaking; THEATRE Terry Grimley looks forward to an evening of theatrical experiment at the Custard Factory. 690
Too late I conjure up a few germane ripostes; At Monday's Big Debate, hosted by The Birmingham Post and the NEC Group at the ICC, Germaine Greer made clear her dissatisfaction with the RSC and Stratford-upon-Avon. Post arts editor Terry Grimley gives his reply. 704
Tourism board to close as aid axed. 670
Trifast looks ahead after positive year; MANUFACTURING. 583
Unite's joint project with Cala gets second chance; PROPERTY. 547
Video game banned for 'casual sadism' CENSOR. 188
Warning over China's patchy property performance; THE CHINA CONNECTION. 409
We need reconciliation rather than victory; ANALYSIS By Richard Burden, Labour MP for Birmingham Northfield and Chair of the Britain-Palestine All Party Parliamentary Group. 1189
WEB LIFE. 111
Whitbread plans to take Travel Inn brand to India; HOTELS. 538
Wichenford Open Gardens; POST PEOPLE. 150

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