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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 13, 2007)

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A bigger than you think network. 489
Access to ventures with potential. 421
Aer Lingus routes grow. 154
Airbus and Boeing beware as aircraft industry takes off in China; INTERNATIONAL. 285
Akzo Nobel move fuels ICI deal. 330
Alliance Boots board rejects deputy chairman's pounds 9.7bn takeover bid. 317
Alliance Boots holds on after 'friendly' bid; SHARE PRICES MARKET REPORT. 479
An understatement that's a statement; Every driver's dream. Sylvia Westall and John Cranage on the British motoring brand of power, beauty and soul. 725
Aston Martin will stay in Midlands. 661
Badminton: NIA facilities win over Chinese. 412
BBC journalist kidnapped by gunmen in Gaza; INTERNATIONAL. 241
Blizzard father's tragic loss. 176
Bovis profits up in a confident housing market. 395
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 183
Britons die in Paris apartment block blaze; INTERNATIONAL. 224
Brum MPs leading Trident rebellion. 505
Brum youths enlightened by climate change debate. 456
Building societies need to eat together - not gobble each other up. 473
Cameron backs Blair on cutting greenhouse emissions. 278
Car sales growth helps Lookers speed ahead. 702
Centres of learning suffer from Brum image malaise; BIRMINGHAM MASTERPLAN Last week Professor Michael Parkinson claimed Birmingham's academic sector was not playing a big enough role in taking the city forward. Education Correspondent Shahid Naqvi talked to the heads of the universities and assesses whether he was right. 1504
Children's ward saved in closure plan U-turn. 574
Computer learning centre opens. 246
Constable finds prospect of double quite arresting; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 314
Contract wins help Interserve profits. 234
Councillor's nose broken in brawl. 333
Cricket: Battle against boredom; Radio Five Live's voice of sport. 1106
Cricket: World Cup to see end of Fletcher. 794
Crowded hospitals MRSA fear. 380
Diaries shed light on Darwinian life; Charles Darwin's Origin of Species may have changed the course of scientific thinking, but his wife was also a prolific author, charting their six decades of married life together. Rhona Ganguly reports. 495
DID YOU KNOW? 112
Elderly escape to the country. 117
Falling out of Love with ITV. 973
Fears over missing girl. 122
Football: Battling Saddlers have Wright stuff for promotion; LEAGUE TWO. 555
Football: Big boys set date for new Wembley; ROUND-UP. 409
Football: Davies keen to live his Wembey dream; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 645
Football: England lose key pair for title bid. 311
Football: McSheffrey's absence opens door for Jerome in Norfolk. 507
Football: Present and future means more to McCarthy than past; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 715
Football: Sheldon bolsters depleted Yeltz; NON-LEAGUE. 340
Football: Sorensen rolls back the years; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 796
Freeze frame; 1978. 125
French PM endorses presidential contender; INTERNATIONAL. 311
Gina Ford is not a happy little childcare guru. 837
Global warming has economic, health benefits too, says Redwood. 353
Going through hell, high water and snow to ensure we deliver. 624
Graduates vital part of masterplan. 215
Group 3 unveils internet VePhone. 287
Hain's fox hunting 'hypocrisy'. 163
Horse Racing: And they're off in race for Festival fame; Inca can handle ground - Murphy. 643
Horse Racing: Detroit to motor home in Champion Hurdle. 396
Hurley fails to revive fortunes at Monsoon. 424
ICT skills are becoming as important as literacy; Gordon Frazer, Microsoft UK general manager, says that technology will help the West Midlands realise its skills potential. 433
IN BRIEF. 415
Keeping business green. 385
Late-night quizzes return to ITV. 318
Lawn Tennis: Murray whips Mahut to lift hopes after Federer departs. 478
Leaders tortured after Zim prayer meeting; INTERNATIONAL. 465
Letter: An otter takes a city detour. 176
Letter: Most billionaires are reluctant to give. 320
Letter: Shambles of council pay evaluation. 679
Letter: Threat to our garden spaces. 221
Levy asked aide to lie over cash for honours, BBC claims. 436
Making foreign languages compulsory won't solve tutor crisis. 418
Midland house prices level off. 413
Mills wants more from flying Lambs. 223
New bosses to expand iconic brand. 286
New Midlands operations director at RICS. 434
NEWS DIGEST: Accused in court. 90
NEWS DIGEST: Building disaster. 89
NEWS DIGEST: Cost shoots up. 100
NEWS DIGEST: Gore praise. 127
NEWS DIGEST: HP taste row. 88
NEWS DIGEST: Insulate to save. 80
NEWS DIGEST: IT thrombosis; INTERNATIONAL. 91
O2 in new SME starter tariff. 274
Old Palace fit for a bishop. 475
Performance audit gives us top marks; John Edwards, AWM's Chief Executive, looks at the work and impact of the National Audit Office. 788
PERSPECTIVE: Food for thought in growing organically; Having been dismissed as a niche market in the 1990s, demand for organic goods has spiralled over the last decade. Today, Robin Maynard, Director of Communications for the Soil Association, explains why the public must join the fight to prevent organic farming standards being diluted. 1220
PERSPECTIVE: Ploughing one's way through a literary minefield. 555
POST PEOPLE: Different By Design. 246
pounds 20 for Smith? We'd rather face Churchill. 325
Prince Charles 'isn't abusing his position'. 610
Raid cash scramble. 117
Rethink on grant shake-up. 501
Rise in raw materials costs adds to inflationary pressures. 344
Rugby Union: Sole doubts choke claim as Scots are cleared; SIX NATIONS. 410
Rugby Union: Stewart pledges to return to playing. 194
Rugby Union: Worrying times ahead for struggling neighbours; Two clubs separated by more than miles are bound by a common goal - avoiding relegation. Rugby correspondent Brian Dick analyses the plight of Worcester and Moseley and wonders whether they will win their battles to stay up. 707
S&N deal doubles market share. 410
Sandwell fits the Bill. 501
School quizzed over knife claim. 204
Seductive sound of quiet Cowboys; A Cowboy Junkies Acoustic Evening Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton ****. 285
Sex equality ruling will help women in the workplace. 580
Shetty: I'm glad no one was charged. 279
Sky's not the limit for 'greener earth'. 572
Slump in full-year profits at Greggs. Financial report 474
Soccer star guilty after brawl. 187
Spicy delicacy on menu as family offers buyers a chance to savour Patak's. 298
Streak delighted to have Giles as Bears vice-captain. 324
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Brit at the wheel. 99
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Language key to future of a global city. 366
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Meddle on. 309
THIS DAY IN HISTORY. 176
thrive: Art project creates awareness. 212
thrive: Cadbury's staff roll up their sleeves to help National Trust. 360
thrive: Little steps for a better future. 162
thrive: Youngsters tread the boards. 588
Visitors give thumbs up to Brum. 174
VISUAL ARTS: Can we please junk this unsightly piece of junk? CULTURE Terry Grimley asks how a crude and grotesquely out-of-scale sculpture for Moseley got through the planning process. 726
VISUAL ARTS: Take stock of the new; CULTURE NAB NEW ART BIRMINGHAM 15-18 March 2007 Terry Grimley previews this weekend's visual arts festival in Digbeth. 644
Warning as Advantage West Midlands gets top marks from inspectors. 321
WEB LIFE. 144
Worrying times for those on the 'at-risk list' for email addiction? 514

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