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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 15, 2007)

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'Honour killing' victim's boyfriend weeps over video. 430
A gift from hamster jam. 142
A step in time, but out of ideas; CULTURE CINEMA Mike Davies reviews the week's new releases. 1418
AMEC deconstructs assets in a bid to rebuild fortunes. 421
APPOINTMENTS: Four to step up at Savills. 471
APPOINTMENTS: The legal pitfalls of moving employer or setting up on your own. 416
Arts can find Match Made in Heaven. 345
Average earnings hit by bonus factor. 272
Black Country transformation wins approval. 626
Black fraud trial jury sworn in. 166
BRAIN GAIN: Quiz of the Day. 176
Cadbury 'to split into two separate businesses'. 324
Canny Abramovich saves billions in divorce. 262
Card fraud success hit by online scams. 359
CBI: Rates to stay high. 135
Children face soaring mental illness. 495
Closure of Snow Hill station; Freeze frame May 19, 1969. 114
Community used to hardship united to lift spirits. 259
Consortium in move on Sainbury. 209
Cost-cutting kicks in at General Motors. 500
Coventry masterplan to create up to 15,000 jobs. 171
Cricket: England plans hit by Anderson blow. 410
Cricket: Ponting hammers Scots. 106
DID YOU KNOW? 80
Dispelling the myths on council tax valuations. 229
Diversity keeps assistant conductor on his toes; CULTURE CLASSICAL Terry Grimley catches up with the busy schedule of CBSO violinist and conductor Michael Seal. 1201
Ennstone moves for asset growth. 242
Evans' super shed site targets local market; Focus on commercial property in LICHFIELD AND TAMWORTH. 494
Ex-policeman gets jail term. 80
FCUK profits down again. 364
Fears for damaged children. 229
Fears for Nuns hooker after spinal injury during practice. 264
Firms face increased liability; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 488
Football: Bruce looks to Forssell; COCA COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 583
Football: Fluid Villa are undone by final ball; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 957
Football: Harper seeks Walsall stay; LEAGUE TWO. 310
Football: Lazaridis faced with ban after taking anti-alopecia treatment; ROUND-UP. 324
Football: Sky Blues 'wedding' set. 385
Football: Ten-man Albion sunk by last-gasp Grabban; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 880
Football: Wolves' concern eases on Murray. 410
Footsie follows Wall Street fall. 153
Friargate opens up Coventry. 340
Golf: McGinley hoping to take revenge on Casey over resculptured course. 445
Good news keeps on coming for high-flying Miller. 335
Hampson Industries brings good news to manufacturing. 287
Horse Racing: Monet looks a picture; RACING: CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL. 206
Horse Racing: New Voy on the block; RACING: CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL. 735
Horse Racing: Smurfit Kappa; RACING: CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL. 95
Horse Racing: World at Drever's feet; RACING: CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL. 755
Hospital's pounds 65,000 to tell people to 'stub it out'. 182
How the American 'liar loans' de-stabilised stock markets worldwide. 504
HRG defies analysts' predictions to make pounds 675m profit. 317
IN BRIEF. 373
In defence of Selly Oak; Treatment of injured soldiers and armed forces personnel at Selly Oak Hospital has provoked fierce debate over whether military hospitals should be reinstated. Defence Minister Derek Twigg told Health Correspondent Emma Brady why this unit is "the best place" for them 'Selly Oak is clearly the best place for our soldiers to go when they are injured'. 732
Industry jobs take a tumble. 809
Insurers a few tiles short of a roof. 542
INTERNATIONAL: Ethiopia hostages 'healthy'. 409
Just the Guy for Shakespeare; CULTURE CLASSICAL Guy Woolfenden shares highlights of a distinguished career with Christopher Morley. 1349
L&G strikes sour note in the City. 544
Labour of love on the net. 597
Legal aid firms' 'crisis'. 619
Legendary band still firing on all cylinders; Edgar Broughton Band Cox's Yard, Stratford-upon-Avon ****. 397
Let's use English 'as it is spoken'. 244
Letter: Failing Noddy book theories. 194
Letter: In the hunt for an Afghan coat. 125
Letter: Long-held view on nuclear weapons that is still relevant. 276
Letter: The greenfield legacy. 372
MANUFACTURING: Dennis Eagle flying after pounds 1m licence agreement with India. 519
MANUFACTURING: Export plan is no pie in the sky. 584
MANUFACTURING: Gibbon spearheads skills drive. 265
MANUFACTURING: HydraPower has surface coating covered. 419
MANUFACTURING: Rail best-practice right on track. 278
Mipim 2007 Dinner. 134
Mugabe - a dictator who ruined a nation; Zimbabwean Dr Ross G Cooper decided to quit his homeland in the face of economic disaster and brutality sweeping the country. Now, the Birmingham-based UCE physiology lecturer, says the time is overdue for peaceful protest and international pressure against President Robert Mugabe and his regime. 926
Munday joins Solihull exodus; NON LEAGUE. 322
NEWS DIGEST: Culture shift. 84
NEWS DIGEST: Expenses shock. 90
NEWS DIGEST: POLITICS - Trendy Tony. 106
O'Neill: Djourou deserved to see red. 286
Olympics banks on Sally. 145
Police beat me, says Zimbabwe leader. 341
POLITICS: 'Boys Own' library to place literacy levels on a par with girls. 284
POLITICS: Costs on the road to nowhere. 254
POLITICS: Give us direction, hoodies tell Chancellor. 311
POLITICS: High speed rail link on Tory agenda. 503
POLITICS: Hundreds protest against Blair the 'global nuclear hypocrite'. 371
POLITICS: Legion honours Dame Vera at 90. 145
POLITICS: Lord Fowler slams Vatican over Aids. 324
POLITICS: Lords cram into House to say 'no' to elections. 407
POLITICS: Shopping centres 'jail' plan. 189
POLITICS: Trident vote blows up into massive rebellion. 666
pounds 8.5m gives Leanne hope of normal life. 290
Proposals to merge hospital with city trust 'is bribery'. 389
Rugby Union: North Midlands duo ready to fly flag with England call-ups. 373
Rugby Union: Sanderson grounded for Falcons. 515
Rugby Union: Thomas to lead by example after Wales rule out Jones; SIX NATIONS. 396
Rumours of steep hikes dismissed. 528
Savills has high hopes for buoyant Brum. 417
SHARE PRICES: Financial sell-off sees Footsie slip; MARKET REPORT. 469
Shed rentals rising north of snarl-ups; Focus on WAREHOUSING AND INDUSTRIAL SPACE. 415
Show us you care, Gordon. 587
Smokers kicking the habit. 137
Soldiering on through the floods of 1947; Sixty years ago, one of the most devastating floods in living memory hit Britain but for many in the Midlands, it was carry on as normal, as Joanna Geary reports. 661
Stabbing victim's ex-husband sought in murder inquiry. 189
Stagecoach pair in the money. 428
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: And here's one... 167
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Breaking taboo of Cinderella NHS service. 415
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Time to go. 212
Theatre review: Street is quite a dancing feat; CULTURE CINEMA 42nd Street Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton ****. 401
THIS DAY IN HISTORY; March 13. 157
TV star dies after losing cancer fight. 579
Tycoon sues over 'vicious image'. 588
Unveiled: NEC of the future. 514
Varied office space in new development; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 348
Walsall community leaders attack plan to axe wardens. 181
WEB LIFE. 83
Why BBC saw red over Blue Peter. 399

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