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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 27, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'The world is watching you'. 236
A national player of distinction. 968
Academy opponents critical of 'railroading'. 593
Aggora in 'great value move' REDDITCH & BROMSGROVE. 200
ANALYSIS: Blantyre hospital project aiming to secure future; Birmingham Children's Hospital is helping to save thousands of lives in one of Africa's poorest country's thanks to a ground-breaking partnership. Gordon Cowie, a member of the board at the hospital, is urging people to join the fight against disease, poverty and starvation in Malawi. 1355
ANALYSIS: Synergies of thought to flag up word resolutions. 579
Antibiotic treatments pose threat of superbug. 353
Arson probe in school blaze; FIRE. 95
Babcock boasts big order book; ENGINEERING. 190
Birmingham and Walsall hospitals warned over failings. 387
Black and Asian leaders missing from city jobs. 529
Black Widow Dot; SPIDER. 84
Burmese junta admits Rangoon protest death. 751
Camilla taken for a spin by wax modeller for Tussauds. 265
Chase is on for last three units at The Croft; REDDITCH & BROMSGROVE. 287
China delay puts back start of taxi production; AUTOMOTIVE. 481
CLASSICAL: Forty years of luring some of the best artists around; Richard Hawley, artistic director at Abbotsholme Arts Society and the Lichfield Festival, talks to Christopher Morley about its 40th season. 1283
CLASSICAL: Keeping music alive - whatever the format; The history of electronic music has been dogged by built-in obsolescence. Terry Grimley reports on a Birmingham-led initiative to make it more sustainable. 995
Conservative ban claim at Staffordshire University. 533
Consolidation leading to sector brain drain. 324
Crackdown on emissions is good news; CHEMICALS. 270
Creativity and discipline a crucial combination; David Wilson, Ernst & Young's real estate, hospitality, and construction team, offers property investors some tips on how to survive the current turmoil - and to prepare for the future. 549
Credit crunch will slow growth of the UK economy; ECONOMY. 341
Cricket: Hall joins his compatriots at Northants. 468
Cricket: Mustard in the picture for ailing England. 711
Cricket: New man getting tough. 585
Culture: George excels in brief encounter; Cinema Mike Davies takes a look at this week's cinema releases. 1839
Dairy Crest says recall will hit UK spreads business; FOOD. 411
DID YOU KNOW? 86
Dramatic lesson for Nechells class; EDUCATION. 215
Drivers' eco option; ENVIRONMENT. 87
Eccentric arms magnet's unusual golf clubs for sale. 525
English rugby on verge of peace as World Cup decider looms. 643
Family and friends gathered yesterday for the funeral of former world rally champion. 261
Father and son convicted of raid. 147
Flirt for a fling; SOCIAL. 83
Football: Blues left down and out; CARLING CUP THIRD ROUND. 1078
Football: Ferguson left feeling cross as Maltese Mifsud sends Sky Blues flying. 897
Football: Fryatt goal stuns lacklustre Villa; FOOTBALL: CARLING CUP. 784
Football: Whild keen to oversee giant-killing of Cooper; FOOTBALL: FA CUP. 573
Froude boosts R&D after sale; ENGINEERING MANUFACTURING. 466
GMTV fined pounds 2m after competitions scandal. 222
Golf: McGinley quits Faldo's Ryder team, citing ambition to play. 749
Grand gesture for the piano festival; MUSIC. 119
Haywood targets Royals; NON-LEAGUE FA CUP. 330
Heritage Grange Developments: equity support speeds growth; Case study. Case study 426
Horse Racing: Ballydoyle star is ruled out of weekend Ascot showdown. 658
Horse Racing: Gulf Express. 131
Hospital viruses escaping wards. 258
Housing slowdown ahead for Celtic Tiger construction; CONSTRUCTION. 371
INTERNATIONAL: Climber injured; NEW ZEALAND. 82
INTERNATIONAL: Firemen killed as roof collapses. 93
INTERNATIONAL: Hunger strike by hockey stars; INDIA. 154
INTERNATIONAL: Wall of silence over online threat in Spector murder trial. 220
INTERNATIONAL: Woman nearly Bobbitt's hubbie; MALAYSIA. 144
JD Sports bucks the trend to play sportswear rivals off the park; SPORTSWEAR RETAILING. 362
John Nicholls moves in at Avenue Farm; LEAMINGTON/KENILWORTH/STRATFORD. 402
Kenilworth site has much redevelopment potential; LEAMINGTON/KENILWORTH/STRATFORD. 559
Kesa admits pounds 10m profits fall; RETAIL. Financial report 299
Kiely looks back on a nightmare. 486
King Sturge crowns new head of WM; PROPERTY. 403
Land of Leather holding its nerve to continue pounds 25m store rollout nationwide; RETAIL. 513
Launching an operation in the North. 566
Letter: A sustainable lifestyle; CLIMATE CHANGE. 376
Letter: Just a way to further squeeze commuters; CONGESTION CHARGING. 168
Letter: Lord Jones has done much for city; PROMOTING BIRMINGHAM. 278
Letter: Mugabe is only partly responsible; TERRORISM. 303
Letter: Purely for the purpose of revenue generation; AIRPORT PARKING. 257
Manufacturing still has bright future here. 237
Moroccan Maddie spotting appears to be a false alarm. 221
New highs for G&C Finance in upwardly mobile cities. 582
No need to panic, is the message from lenders; LENDING. 311
Northern Rock rumour lifts other FTSE lenders; SHARE PRICES MARKET REPORT. 503
Northern Rock talks offer hope of takeover lifeline; BANKING. 700
Olympian Sir Steve. 109
ON THIS DAY; September 27. 189
Partnerships cement growing; East Midlands round-up. 326
Plastic population on the streets of Birmingham. 537
POLITICS: Balls ponders over prospect of an election. 181
POLITICS: Boris looks to have the X Factor vote. 254
POLITICS: Brown opens Big Tent to allcomers. 401
POLITICS: Brown rejects referendum call; EUROPE. 159
POLITICS: Cameron riding roughshod claim. 229
POLITICS: Grammar schools safe under Brown. 842
POLITICS: He beat bombs, floods and foot and mouth, but can Brown now call election? 573
POLITICS: Labour feeling its own credit crunch; FUNDING. 105
POLITICS: Latest Benn in political dynasty; YOUTH. 159
POLITICS: Tory boss seen as out of touch, says Tebbit. 338
POLITICS: Why we must protect our children from violent films. 633
POST PEOPLE: Acorns Children's Hospice AGM. 172
POST PEOPLE: Thai Buddhist Temple opening. 158
pounds 100m funding deal a boost for developers. 331
pounds 6m bolt from the blue for hospice. 273
Pritchard plan; REGENERATION. 104
Prostitute top dog inspected matching underwear. 440
Protestors attempt to 'reclaim the roads' Freeze frame May 17, 1998. 119
Quiz of the Day. 176
Race killing sparked brawl; CRIME. 133
Rail passengers given poor advice by a 'helpline'. 271
Ramsay talks of brother's hell. 247
Royal heir in costume drama; ROYALTY. 151
Rugby Union: Moseley sweating on Binns injury ahead of All Blacks showdown. 558
Rugby Union: Samoa sign off with a flourish. 197
Rugby Union: Sanderson facing ban after citing. 725
Rugby Union: Thomas' pride at reaching 100no; WORLD CUP. 647
Smith defends policy. 119
Smiths group shooting down break up rumour; ENGINEERING. 629
Soldiers tell of efforts to save life of comrade. 629
Solutions are at hand for planned profit ambition; SOFTWARE. 546
Spice Girls lose out to Floyd; ENTERTAINMENT. 120
Start a supply chain - and help hedge fund bosses; MANUFACTURING. 631
Strong figures but Barratt hit by Northern Rock; HOUSEBUILDING. 627
Summer season sales take off after an inauspicious start; TRAVEL. 275
Take your pick from five funding choices; Rupert Young, investment director at DTZ in Birmingham, looks at the range of options available for funding commercial developments. 1143
Tapping into regeneration potential. 724
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: How do you run a city full of minorities? 395
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Political loss. Financial report 322
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Vote Boris. 104
To Let: desirable property with view of drunken excess. 221
Top news for retailer which wipes floor with rivals; TILING. 349
Town criers' verbal battle over contest; COMMUNITY. 153
Toyota figures a victim of own success; AUTOMOTIVE. 393
Turmoil eases as banks snub offer of pounds 10bn from Bank of England; BANKING. 615
Villa worker's claims rubbished; TRIBUNAL. 205
Walsall ready for chief executive. 185
WEB LIFE. 131
Why the great north banking saga still has a while to run. 508
William Ashley Developments: archetypal G&C customer; Case study. Case study 441
Woman claimed benefits for 'split' while husband stayed in the home. 285
World biker gets Barnsley chop. 120

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