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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 9, 2007)

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'Superfoods' flex expanding retail muscle. 419
60 jobs saved at metals firm after Russian deal finalised; METALS. 334
Acquisitions fever cushions another fall; GERMANY. 289
Arrest in football 'bung' inquiry. 110
B A long-haul passengers to feel the cost of oil price rises; AVIATION. 488
Bad children could be sent away to more loving homes. 663
Badminton: Extremes fail to stop Hallam's title brace. 649
BANKS. 182
Baseball: Reynolds strikes up a rapport with the Bulldogs record books. 393
Blue-chips stage late rally to keep FTSE on even keel; BRITAIN. 545
Booming Mini sales drive BMW forward; AUTOMOTIVE. 323
Brewer drinks to a 23pc jump in profits; BREWING. 577
CIA interrogated over secret prisons. 225
Court showdown looms over bank charges. 331
Cricket: Batty and Hogg lift Worcester; LV COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP NEW ROAD (third day of four): Surrey, with nine second-innings wickets in hand, need another 272 runs to avoid an innings defeat. 811
Cricket: Chasing pack set to pounce if top two fail to grab result; BIRMINGHAM MIDSHIRES BIRMINGHAM PREMIER LEAGUE. 286
Cricket: Cosker and Glamorgan end lean spell as leaders Notts are beaten; DIVISION TWO SPOTLIGHT. 540
Cricket: Debutants likely for Shropshire; MINOR COUNTIES. 332
Cricket: England let down by loose cannons; OLD TRAFFORD (second day): England lead West Indies by 175 runs with nine second-innings wickets standing. 911
Cricket: Gloucester debt to Hardinges; DIVISION TWO ROUND-UP. 171
Cricket: Hampshire in battle to avoid first defeat; DIVISON ONE FOCUS. 346
Cricket: Must-win mode for Warwicks; FRIENDS PROVIDENT TROPHY. 573
Cricket: Yorkshire title hopes are dealt a blow by Gough's broken hand; DIVISION ONE ROUND-UP. 916
Dentists agree to continue with contract. 371
DID YOU KNOW? 161
Down to earth for mile-high couple; COURTS. 173
Driven and on road to success; PROFILE John Cranage talks to Robert Forrester, chief executive of Vertu, a company which has become the country's 11th largest car dealer. 1616
Drunken brawl lands son of Kremlin leader in prison. 576
Europe-wide database proposals under fire. 309
Eurostar expects speedy growth. 206
Football: 'Exhausted' Bentley pulls out to spark Pearce fury. 651
Football: Albion set to follow Italian example. 595
Football: Blues keep tabs on Mido after Viduka joins Newcastle. 415
Football: England odds reduced; ODDS & EVENS BET RESCUE.com. 346
Football: Harriers win race for striker Richards; NON-LEAGUE. 507
Football: I miss Villa but it was time to go; EXCLUSIVE. 913
Football: McCann heads for Reebok as Reo-Coker move delayed. 817
Football: Moors swoop for Gould. 350
Football: Nani wants Portuguese to stand United; PREMIERSHIP ROUND-UP. 527
Football: Shrimpers anxious to keep Wolves from Eastwood's door. 303
Football: Why Reo-Coker fits the bill as a real lion-heart; Aston Villa are favourites to sign West Ham's Nigel Reo-Coker. Hyder Jawad weighs up the man and the player. 1117
Football: Young keen to get travel bug with club and country. 408
Fresh bid to ban TV junk food ads. 106
Galloway 'failed to stop improper donations'. 594
Goldsmith denies arms inquiry cover-up. 501
Golf: Cold putter sends Clarke packing; VIENNA OPEN. 584
Golf: Lots of cash is par for the course among golf's new designers; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 986
Golf: McCormack shows no fear to set up final date; MIDLANDS GOLF. 671
Golf: Monty worth an Oakmont each-way look; ODDS & EVENS BEST RESUE.com. 326
Green light for suspect to be extradited. 232
HANDLES BEAUTIFULLY WONDERFUL TEMPERAMENT NO REFUSALS. 113
Horse Racing: McEvoy takes Eggar honours. 414
Horse Racing: Rags aiming for Belmont riches. 666
House of Fraser takes foie gras off the menu. 199
Hunt for two escaped prisoners; PRISON. 131
Ideal compilation to dip into during those solitary moments; BOOK REVIEW. 612
Kwik Save heads for administration; RETAIL. 327
Lawn Tennis: Bloomfield scores in home test; SURBITON TROPHY. 460
Lawn Tennis: Henin faces tough battle in bid to join elite company. 285
Lawn Tennis: Nadal blocks path to clean sweep for Federer; FRENCH OPEN. 784
Lawn Tennis: Sharapova returns to her 'lucky charm' event; DFS CLASSIC. 402
Letter: A cultural disaster to close Science Museum; HERITAGE. 230
Letter: A quick word; THE APPRENTICE. 167
Letter: Our wish comes true; TONY BLAIR. 431
Letter: TELEVISION. 136
Letter: Vigil to highlight poverty to world leaders; G8 INTERFAITH VIGIL. 230
Lifestyle firm goes to school. 138
Lockerbie bomber row blows up. 203
Mail strike bad for Business Post; LOGISTICS. 92
Man dies as car flips over; CRASH. 125
Memorial plaque plans for our war medal winners. 418
MG creditors dealt cash blow. 595
Mortgage market helps Dudley grow; BUILDING SOCIETIES. 156
Motor Racing: 130mph no barrier to McGuinness; MOTORSPORT ROUND-UP. 469
Motor Racing: Hamilton focuses on equality; FORMULA ONE. 922
Motor Racing: Jackson vowing to put the boot in; TOURING CARS. 442
Mystery of lost bail halts play for trophy. 363
New CBSO chair. 114
Nigeria warning. 89
No celebrity get out of jail free card for screaming Paris. 764
ON THIS DAY; June 9. 155
PERSONAL FINANCE: Credit card firms cash in on advances. 238
PERSONAL FINANCE: Investing abroad. 86
PERSONAL FINANCE: Leasehold and freehold terms confuse novice home buyers. 527
PERSONAL FINANCE: Less cash for a better pension. 197
PERSONAL FINANCE: Less fortunate being stung over loans. 272
PERSONAL FINANCE: Mortgage fees through the roof. 115
PERSONAL FINANCE: Paying for peace of mind is part of the service deal. 1117
PERSONAL FINANCE: Scottish Widows found to be lacking after FSA probe. 871
Poker: Strip stunt setting the game's image back by years. 569
Poor planning threatens post office network. 309
pounds 600m Encores for Ramada; PROPERTY. 80
Production still on the up despite interest rate rises; MANUFACTURING. 580
PUZZLES: Quiz of the Day. 169
Rising interest rate fear depresses Nikkei; JAPAN. 246
Rodney Wilson is 150th soldier to die in Iraq. 376
Rugby League: Abel shows quality and courage for Bulldogs. 419
Rugby Union: Mallinder handed Saints top job. 636
Sharp to threat; BULLIES. 99
Shoppers pause for 'remarkable' Jez; As the funeral of a young soldier killed in Iraq was held, campaigners pushed for a memorial to those who won the Victoria Cross and George Cross. 637
Sports World tycoon buys stake in Amer Sports; LEISURE. 407
Stag returns home after drunken stunt. 188
Stein over cook; DIVORCE. 100
Stocks dig in to end three-day slide; USA. 268
Taking moral high ground. 717
Taxi driver tells of Lozells riot assault; COURTS. 187
Tescos tries hand at gardening; RETAIL. 562
THE 150. 536
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: A step forward. 292
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Never forget. 109
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Parents in the spotlight, but they're not alone. 349
Thousands given faulty pregnancy tests in hospitals. 399
Three killed during Isle of Man TT race. 218
Time to think about the future; Diary of a PoW. 668
Two-year suspended sentence for British driver after fatal crash. 344
US downturn takes the sparkle out of Signet's carefully crafted UK recovery; JEWELLERY. 323
WEB LIFE. 109
West becoming 'fearful' of Russia, Blair tells Putin. 673
Wheels come off for unfit George. 1046

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