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

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Title Author Type Words
A Clusta of opportunities for new MG web presence. 566
Accused tennis coach: I like men. 644
After the global turmoil comes a record climb; ECONOMY. 1108
Antioxidants no help in protecting loss of sight. 502
Appeal is launched to find disguised internet sex offender. 342
Argentina deserve chance in Tri-Nations, says Millar. 410
Badminton: Kernick and Perry star. 195
Bassi increases REI stake for fourth time; INVESTMENT. 275
Being constructive. 331
Body near station; CRIME. 91
Boy of 12 excluded from school after ball-bearing gun threat. 390
Bruce must play waiting game. 709
Champion jockey 'was recruited to throw races'. 771
Champions of brownfield renaissance; Entrepreneurial house builders hold the key to many of the West Midlands regeneration opportunities says Gerry Tilston, MD of Wolsey Securities Midlands, the independent finance specialists for residential development. 600
CHARITIES WHICH ARE TRYING TO CHANGE THE WORLD; thrive Birmingham suit amnesty October 12 2007. 1248
Chartered accountants brings in two trainees; LEGAL. 95
Children are victims of 'lifestyle timebomb'. 574
Cleaner, greener power station nears completion. 373
Cold weather boost for UK shopping in September; RETAIL. 495
Council workers fear losing their homes and bankruptcy. 493
Court hears accused fled to Thailand after murder; SUBJECT. 151
Cracking art installation introduced at Tate Modern. 337
Cricket: Australia undone by Indian discipline. 445
Cricket: Collingwood's shoulder worry. 830
Cricket: Dismissal of Kallis and Prince keeps Pakistan on track in bid to level series. 417
Cricket: England set to be free from Murali until Tests. 441
Crossing bus crash kills 28 people; CUBA INTERNATIONAL. 94
Crucial New Street research 'late'. 347
Darfur conflict a 'huge concern' for Irish and UK governments; INTERNATIONAL. 248
Doing my solemn duty at the Baggies. 302
Down in the Forest Products, there's new growth everywhere; APPOINTMENTS. 499
Families 'need better support' for Iraq deaths. 421
Florist gets big role; CABINET. 127
Football: First, catch your football club. 904
Football: Kidderminster suffer Kenna injury blow; NON-LEAGUE. 280
Football: McCarthy delighted to see the tables turned. 685
Football: Mooney is enjoying his cult status; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 366
Football: Reo-Coker on road to call-up; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 880
Football: Reverse only inspires Koren to aim higher; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 543
Football: Taylor sacked at Palace after poor start. 225
Former PM faces new legal action; ITALY INTERNATIONAL. 117
Fort Dunlop: how the race was won; While most commercial developments are akin to a rigidly planned marathon, Fort Dunlop has been a series of high energy sprints. Developer Guy Jackson explains how managing flexibility helped to redefine the former tyre warehouse. 726
Freshwater's rising tide of success; PUBLIC RELATIONS. 88
Fundamental gene in human nature to hand something on; AGENDA. 632
Furious Smith fires rocket after timid Moseley fail to lift off. 614
Golf: Monty opposes six-time winner Els; GOLF: WORLD MATCHPLAY. 327
Government criticised on medical training reforms. 209
Graduates on show at The Rep; thrive. 544
Health trust criticised in audit over 'significant lapses' of its complaints procedure. 414
How the Apple iPhone threat raised the hackles of mobile phone hackers. 559
ICT Cluster places still available. 178
Inflation pressure keeps the prospect of a rate cut at bay. 474
Judge's wife calm as husband burned; INQUEST. 115
Ladies only at Ladywood sparks Labour party row. 569
Last chance for sector to get it right on payment; The Construction Industry Consultation on improving payment terms ended in September. The proposals as they stand will give real teeth to the controversial Construction Act 1996. Tim Willis, a construction partner at The Wilkes Partnership in Birmingham, explains. 786
Letter: A recipe for passing the buck and indecision. 546
Letter: Busy, buzzing and top flight. 220
Letter: Insensitive stand-up comedy routine. 182
Letter: Let down by politicians. 187
Letter: More signs of a city that's on the move. 392
Letter: Stuck with a manifesto pledge. 146
Letter: The real New Street picture. 211
Mafia exploits loopholes to spread through Europe; INTERNATIONAL. 260
Man charged over bus death smash; CRASH. 191
Man in coma after mosquito bite; HEALTH. 154
Matthews targets testing as way to help companies. 279
McClaren demands same again. 495
Mercury is rising as 'hot' videos leave me cold; AGENDA. 730
Missing train led to death of daughter aged 9. 255
Mistake wins millions; GAMBLING. 92
Monkey business at Fort thanks to Dains; thrive. 403
Mother defends plan to remove womb of child with disability. 376
Motor Racing: McLaren chief promises level playing field for title decider; MOTORSPORT: FORMULA ONE. 616
NEC Catering; TEAM TUESDAY. 92
New tracking system proves speed camera wrong. 327
New warehouse for RWS as part of restructure plan; CERAMICS. 300
New-boys Vitis make final list for top award. 222
No agreement on postal strike talks; INDUSTRY. 127
Now adverts are invading our cyber game worlds. 507
Now mobile phones are spammed. 240
NPL rejig as Lowe gets all set to sail away; TECHNOLOGY. 409
ON THIS DAY; October 9. 182
Papers of 17th century scientist available on internet. 289
Parsons is ready To take a stand; TONIGHT The man dubbed 'The King of Political Comedy', Andy Parsons, tells Simon Harper how he found an outlet for his anger through humour. 841
Plane Stupid chained airport protest is a new departure. 401
Platform in place for pounds 176m rail interchange redevelopment; REGENERATION. 257
POLITICS: Appeal fears; COURTS. 97
POLITICS: Armed policed step down from 24/7 role of guarding Blair. 238
POLITICS: Brown has plans to halve troops in Iraq. 436
POLITICS: Law Lord will now be recruited; LEGAL. 167
POLITICS: My vision for country came before poll, says Brown. 652
POLITICS: The election that never was brings out the best in Cameron. 506
POLITICS: Thousands in anti-war protest. 131
POLITICS: Vigil for Cubans held by America; HUMAN RIGHTS. 152
POST PEOPLE: Invest in Birmingham launch. 102
POST PEOPLE: Italian Job party. 207
Princess Diana has to give way to media queen Victoria. 486
Purple patch in collecting for the Barber Institute; Culture Visual arts Birmingham's Barber Institute enjoyed a golden age of collecting under its recently retired director, writes Terry Grimley. 1149
Qinetiq offers firms taster of success session. 243
Quiz of the Day. 166
Racecourse insight helps to remove the hurdles; Construction chiefs must deliver a vibrant positive message if they are to attract bright new talent at a time when skilled workers are in short supply as John Mellor reports. 606
RBS-backed team wins its fight for Dutch bank ABN; BANKING. 544
Re-booting computers costing pounds 14m a day. 251
Reduce limit plea; MOTORING. 142
Region's economy is holding up; ECONOMY. 598
Resolution of Friends merger a step closer; INSURANCE. 297
Revealed: New look for city tower. 122
Review: A one-off artist who paints what he sees; Culture Visual arts Black Eyed Sheilas St Martin's in the Bull Ring ****. 273
Rico opens base in Dunstable. 248
Rock rescue doesn't prove inspirational; SHARE PRICES MARKET REPORT. 508
Rugby Union: How to win ugly is key to England; RUGBY UNION: WORLD CUP. 856
Rugby Union: Wales look Down Under in quest for new coach. 545
Russians all set for new space launch; INTERNATIONAL. 167
Safeguarding future through skill development. 545
Sales for LDV take a dip despite market resurgence; AUTOMOTIVE. 358
Scientist scoops a Nobel Prize for 'knockout mice' INTERNATIONAL. 437
Service cuts fear in city budget overspend. 593
Slowdown will go on, says Gartner. 176
Special education revamp to focus on city's children. 648
Summer floods wash away insurance falls. 634
Testing times ahead as GSK picks European as new CEO; PHARMACEUTICALS. 563
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Which Athens? 100
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Women only? 293
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Young victims of life in a divided Britain. 390
Time to get creative about affordable housing; Local authorities must find new and creative ways of meeting the housing needs of local people, argues Richard Parker, partner and construction sector specialist at PwC in the Midlands. 656
To bee or not to bee, that is US question; INTERNATIONAL. 310
Tomintoul looks set to sparkle for Cecil. 733
University cracks warped fingerprints challenge. 473
US Army planned to use radioactive poison to kill; INTERNATIONAL. 257
Vodafone going into broadband; ACQUISITION. 210
Wake-up call works wonders for women. 1038
We must humanely fight the war against terrorists; AGENDA Amnesty International today begins a major national poster campaign in Birmingham drawing attention to human rights abuses in the war on terror. The organisation's UK director, Kate Allen, explains why she believes the British Government is beginning to re-think the way it deals with the threat of terrorism. 1126
Wealthy queue up to buy expensive Land Rovers; AUTOMOTIVE. 695
Wells expecting glorious repeat on way to final. 638
What do people want to see? Culture Visual arts. 227
What goes up must come down - beware of the meteoric rise. 496
Which way ahead for sustainable home building? It costs too much money and presents too many unachievable goals. Has the code for sustainable homes gone one step too far to the detriment of the public housing sector? David Quirk, partner at Rider Levett Bucknall, believes it has. 453
Why web advertising is safe bet. 366
YouGov set to expand international influence; MARKETING. 327

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