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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 11, 2007)

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'We can still deliver, despite budget cuts' POLITICS. 265
24 star to serve time for drink-driving; INTERNATIONAL. 287
A major Swedish bank; BANKING. 218
A1 Stainless Fabrications Underground deal. 309
Above-inflation council tax rises likely in funding crunch; POLITICS. 277
Accused terror trainer admits soliciting murder. 404
ALFED moves to forge closer metalworking ties. 198
AWM aims; AGENDA. 298
BAA airports handle more passengers; AVIATION. 178
Better business space with big revamp; WAREHOUSING & INDUSTRIAL. 275
Bidders still in line to buy two factories, Airbus insists; AVIATION. 357
Big 'spike' in Midland firms going under; INSOLVENCY. 470
Birmingham mobile phone firm inquiry call. 259
BP slides into restructure mode; OIL. 110
British American Business Council dinner; POST PEOPLE. 153
Brown bloodied in Commons beating. 529
Brown hits out at insurers over flood risk homes; POLITICS. 646
Brown's rules may be breached by Darling, say fiscal experts; ECONOMY. 378
Burning desire to get rid of red tape. 327
Cadbury all set to spin off valuable US drinks firms; RETAIL. 627
Camp Hill railway line could be opened again. 532
Carphone Warehouse a winner; TECHNOLOGY. 630
Cash row hits flood victims. 546
Cheap trainers shame big name brands. 235
Clients targeted to cut prostitution. 99
Cricket: Morris feels neck on block. 289
Cricket: Series win ends Asian drought for England; COLOMBO (Sri Lanka won toss): England defeated Sri Lanka by five wickets. 975
Cricket: Smith and Kallis build on South Africa's lead. 338
Culture Cinema: There's a rat in le kitchen; Mike Davies reviews the week's new cinema releases. Movie review 1848
Cunard building new Queen Elizabeth. 345
Daw Mill gets big share of giant Eon contract; MINING. 547
Diana witness tells of photographers being on death car. 737
Dramatic De Menezes police action. 211
Driver walks free from court after crash which killed four teenage friends. 645
Drowning suspect; ARREST. 89
Even weaker market in West Midlands; HOUSING. 389
Ex Cathedra launches new season with Spirit of the Age; Ex Cathedra's Jeffrey Skidmore talks to Terry Grimley about the group's return to the Town Hall. 536
Expanding Rybrook is motoring on; AUTOMOTIVE. 237
Experian disappoints over challenge; FINANCIAL SERVICES. 347
Facebook closes mental health site; WEBSITE. Website overview 123
Fairbridge celebrity cricket match; POST PEOPLE. 178
Fashionable to invest in space at Orion; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 251
Fears over new planning tax; ECONOMY. 210
Five hurt in high school shooting; INTERNATIONAL AMERICA. 127
Flocking to the best hostelry after a hard day in the gardens; AGENDA. 587
Flying B deal gets Bentley bonnet past Hi-Finish line. 638
Football: 'Remarkable' Robinson secures half-century. 843
Football: A youthful Birmingham City second. 247
Football: Barry's England dreams alive. 756
Football: Black targeted by Lions. 646
Football: Chasetown in role reversal mode as giant-killers loom; FA CUP. 431
Football: Halesowen looking for Wright stuff. 221
Football: Laursen still enjoying his champagne moments. 675
Football: Mr Coventry in charge of Sky Blues. 891
Football: One-day triumph for gutsy tourists. 577
Football: West looks to past exploits to inspire Robins for upset. 471
Get off the sofa, fatty, and stop moaning; AGENDA. 632
Glitterati have designs on who's who of top togs. 388
Globalgroup swaps Mayfair offices for new home near BIA; SUPPORT SERVICES. 298
Golf: Rose makes a world of difference. 645
Golf: Webster and Rock look to cash in on absences. 618
Gosden's star is still heading for Doncaster bid. 468
Government attacked over money for Wales; POLITICS. 227
Hospital workers in Clooney scandal; INTERNATIONAL. 234
If you're looking for easy answers for success, you're out of luck. 523
Industrialist slams PBR attitude over small firms; ECONOMICS. 761
Industry tax pays for transport. 588
Insurance means trust - not being held to ransom; AGENDA. 393
Interpipe sold to industry giant. 188
Interrogated Burmese activist 'dies in detention' INTERNATIONAL. 496
It's change of pace that matters; AGENDA. 518
Jeremy Kyle to start BRMB show; RADIO. 83
Just see Anna's ambition drive Dudley firm forward. Company overview 518
Kidnap conspiracy; INTERNATIONAL. 95
Kitchen anxiety; SOCIAL. 92
Labour did not steal Tory policies, says Chancellor; POLITICS. 438
Letter: He who laughs last... AGENDA. 265
Letter: Make a noise for Eastside; AGENDA. 122
Letter: Subsidising a very profitable monopoly; AGENDA. 193
Letter: The Post Office should be a social service; AGENDA. 385
Letter: There are cheaper alternatives; AGENDA. 147
Letter: Will anyone notice a BBC strike? AGENDA. 93
Magistrate sues daughter-in-law for slander over assault claim. 462
Making a better West Midlands; As manufacturing changes, so must its workforce, explains John Adams, skills development manager at LSC West Midlands. 708
Maverick Bismarck death inquiry; INQUEST. 167
McCanns consider action over claims; CRIME. 144
Midlands misses out on new wildcat postal strikes. 509
Missing icons; AGENDA. 118
Missing identity; APPEAL. 83
Mistress of judge walks out of inquest. 361
Motor Racing: Jordan looking for smashing experience as champion; MOTORSPORT. 318
Murder inquiry after body found; CRIME. 140
New report queries savings over red tape. 220
No nuke secrets, Putin tells Iran; INTERNATIONAL RUSSIA. 84
Northern Rock shares show surge ahead; FINANCIAL SERVICES. 190
Novel idea may land book deal for new writers. 241
Novotel fit-out is the Wright deal; CONSTRUCTION. 262
ON THIS DAY; October 11. 148
Parents sent home with wrong babies in hospital blunder; INTERNATIONAL. 321
Parents talk of how half a Brazil nut killed son. 461
Paying for public transport failings is not the answer; AGENDA Prof Alan Wenban-Smith was at Birmingham City University this week at an event marking 50 years of planning education. Here, he explains that congestion charging might not be the answer to transport problems. 1081
Pensioners unlock record equity from their homes; FINANCIAL SERVICES. 604
pounds 1.5m price tage for estate 'with potential' WAREHOUSING & INDUSTRIAL. 293
pounds 6.6m to help get people back to work; SKILLS. 111
Priest who helped Dirty War torturers is jailed for life; INTERNATIONAL. 387
Prince praises Mary Rose custodians. 175
Prince William will learn to fly, like father. 252
Product safety: don't let a crisis turn into a disaster; So says Sean Elson, regulatory lawyer at Pinsent Masons. 516
Pumas winger says 'Bok arrogance is big weakness. 469
Quiz of the Day. 176
RBS seals deal for ABN buyout; ACQUISITIONS. 157
Record year for Knight Frank investment team; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 566
Region's auto industry has to avoid China crisis; Safety concerns could stall Midlands Car makers' plans to align their business with the growing Far East economy. 995
Resolution rejects Pearl's pounds 4.5bn takeover offer; ACQUISITION. 312
Review: Radulovic fires the imagination with poetry and passion; Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio Symphony Hall ****. 272
REVIEWS: A real legend live on stage; Dr Doolittle Wolverhampton Grand Theatre ****. 504
REVIEWS: Charming satire in good hands; The Importance of Being Earnest Malvern Festival Theatre ****. 287
REVIEWS: Truly engaging piece of theatre; Flight Path The Door ****. 316
Rock rolls ahead to lead investors a dance; MARKET REPORT. 514
Rugby union: Four Staffordshire schools. 90
Rugby Union: Gomarsall cited as key for Ellis; RUGBY: WORLD CUP. 659
Rugby Union: Harlequins have accepted. 121
Rugby Union: Warwickshire's hopes of retaining. 99
Sainsbury's sales show slowdown; RETAIL. 608
Scrum down to get to Paris to see England take on French in key game. 402
Sex case tennis coach wore girl pupil's knickers. 475
Smith joins Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander. 209
Speedway: Birmingham will take a 16-point. 286
The bind that has kept an army of solicitors well fed for years. 514
Tories sound alert over nuclear terrorism. 342
Tot's tech ticks; CHRISTMAS. 104
Trading overseas may not always be plain sailing. 604
True grit and tenacity; as key sector survives and thrives The pumping heart of Midlands manufacturing is still pumping away insists investment expert Andy Lyndon explains. Company overview 765
Turner goes to school in building for the future; CONSTRUCTION. 368
Unashamed celebration of illustrious history; Christopher Morley looks forward with relish to a programme reflecting on great composers from the Town Hall's past. 867
Under-age alcohol; CRIME. 123
We were kept in dark on trust's A&E service plans; HEATH. 694
Whole class suspended after 'riot' clip on YouTube. 397
Widow forced to honour debt; COURTS. 212
Widower sues GP who missed fatal breast cancer. 462
Women feel unsafe; CRIME. 81

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