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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 10, 2008)

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1 in 3 Midlands hospitals yet to start bug deep clean. 556
Actors protest at Arts Council cuts. 292
Agenda: Independent Scotland more than pays its way; So how do you solve the West Lothian Question? Scottish SNP Euro MP Alyn Smith says the answer is independence - which would be good for Scotland and England. 630
Agenda: Paws for thought, catwoman, and get a life. 857
Agenda: Reality TV - what is it good for? Absolutely nothing. 644
Agenda: Why The Cube can lose Brum's square image; Temper has become one of the country's most collected graffiti artists but there are many more strings to his bow. Here he explains why a spectacular forthcoming addition to Birmingham's skyline has inspired him to turn his hand to sculpture. 997
Airports flying high. 104
Apple to lower its UK iTunes prices. 479
Arena Leisure hits profit target despite a rotten year; CONTRACT. 358
Automotive bosses getting younger, says study. 294
Axed Beeching line could avert Brum rail chaos. 642
BA to launch new luxury 'OpenSkies' brand to fly to US; AVIATION. 564
Birmingham-based Stoford Developments; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 134
Breakfast Club pounds 5,000 brings home the bacon; SPONSORSHIP. 212
BRIMINGHAM POST: Ocean's apart. 97
BRIMINGHAM POST: One track mind needed to solve railway dilemma. 415
Church blaze is considered arson; INVESTIGATION. 130
Civil servant who leaked secrets to press walks free. 479
Closure threat hangs over 17 West Midland schools. 242
Colour blind; COMMONS. 100
Computacenter set to beat expectations of the market; TECHNOLOGY. Financial report 186
Confused? Relax - this is how we live life in India. 530
Cricket: How Ambrose takes chances; George Dobell, Chief Cricket Writer, hears how Tim Ambrose's efforts to catch the England selectors' eye have borne fruit. 1617
Cricket: Kumble sought Ponting pact to stop Harbhajan storm spiralling. 731
Culture Cinema: Film fans prepare to Seymour of Philip this year. 834
Culture Cinema: Patriot Tom enjoys toeing the party line. Movie review 1300
Cushion can help fend off Deep Vein Thrombosis; MANUFACTURING. 524
Death row Briton arrives back on Scottish soil. 410
Debt-ridden trusts are being 'bailed out' by NHS partners. 302
Developer Rok says trade is significantly up on last year; CONSTRUCTION. 286
Football: Board may need to dig deep to back McLeish's ambitions. 584
Football: Chaplow's exit puts heat on in midfield; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 757
Football: Fifty-two years of hurt won't be ended just by sacking Allardyce; Newcastle United changed their manager last night. Again. It's senseless, panicky and mad, says Frank Malley. 858
Football: Martins fits striking bill for O'Neill. 691
Football: McCarthy calling for backing as Molineux fans get restless. 619
Football: Money's boost for Fox; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 291
Give me the boy, I'll show you the man. Conference news 174
Global competition for raw materials will have most impact on firms in 2008; MANUFACTURING. 597
Golf: Unexpected venue but Clarke looking to keep on right road. 373
Good Hope forced to cancel or postpone one in ten operations. 312
Greggs rises to second half sales challenge; RETAIL. 441
High street takes turn for the worse. 183
Hockey: Students and Beeston. 196
Holiday sales slowdown hits Restaurant Group; RETAIL. 386
Horse Racing: Hold Era can grasp victory at Hereford. 536
ICE seeks Midlands entries for its 2008 annual event; AWARDS. 154
Inquest told GCHQ bugged Diana chats. 256
Inquiry announced into police DNA database. 307
Jaguar/Land Rover sale by March 31; AUTOMOTIVE. 793
James Bond's two new girls a named. 133
JJB own goal; CONSUMER. 128
Lawn Tennis: Andy Murray. 183
Lecture from region's minister. 95
Lenders yet to pass on last month's cut to borrowers. 409
Letter: New operator, same service. 139
Letter: Put your trust in Hillary. 238
Letter: Red Ken model has nothing to offer. 213
Letter: Red routes essential to relieve congestion. 297
Letter: Regular screening for drivers. 182
Letter: The Monk - stylish high-tech kit of its day. 455
Letter:-Oh, the irony! 119
Manufacturing and retail sectors call for a cut. 323
Maximus hits 2008 running with a raft of new projects; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 547
Midlands MEPs tell a sorry tale of two cities. 751
Mixed bag points to a tough year ahead; RETAIL. 592
Most experts predict Bank will play safe and hold rates; ECONOMICS. 648
New offices for skills group; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 327
New regional base for St Modwen; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 154
Next mayor: I owe it to my wife. 248
Now a third major shareholder backs Northern Rock plan; BANKING. 571
Office of the Deputy PM knew of water tank faults. 704
Official: Britain third most expensive country on planet; ECONOMICS. 289
Old guard bring sweet skills back to the future; MANUFACTURING. 557
On a roll - niche roll cage kit maker off to a good start; MANUFACTURING. 569
ON THIS DAY; January 10. 156
Parking ticket surprise for owner of vintage tractor. 249
Party atmosphere promised for BCMG's family concert; Could Birmingham Contemporary Music Group's family concerts pioneer new ways of presenting classical music? Terry Grimley previews next Sunday's digital experiments. 858
Peace initiative an 'historic moment' says Bush. 399
Persimmon hit by buyers' weakening confidence; CONSTRUCTION. 603
Poor sales prompt M&S to 'batten down the hatches' SHOPPING. 683
POST PEOPLE: Benussi & Co reception. 121
Prison officers face strike ban; REVOLT. 148
Pundit Hansen helps Morrisons put the boot into rivals; SUPERMARKETS. 453
Quiz of the Day. 167
Rail engineering work was 'completely out of control'. 363
Record for British icons; AUTOMOTIVE. 681
Record year for bed specialist; RETAIL. 165
Record year for Eurostar after fast link is opened; TRANSPORT. 387
Rose-coloured spectacles and the view to an M&S shares kill. 551
RSPCA to rescue neglected horses. 166
Rugby Union: Vainikolo rumbles into Ashton's plans for Six Nations. 1018
Rugby Union: Warriors must improve to join England's best. 689
SCHOOL TABLES: 'You're fired!' says England's most improved school. 240
SCHOOL TABLES: 'Zoo' jibe school now one of best. 782
SCHOOL TABLES: 300,000 teens left school without basic 'three Rs'. 353
SCHOOL TABLES: comprehensives featuring in the top 200. 158
SCHOOL TABLES: Government signals shift in its attitude to faith schools. 315
SCHOOL TABLES: Grammars top the tables once again. 179
SCHOOL TABLES: Headteacher: Changes for the better take time. 323
SCHOOL TABLES: Immigrant children up 50pc in schools. 703
SCHOOL TABLES: King Edward Girls third in country. 147
SCHOOL TABLES: League tables 'flawed and misleading' say private schools. 486
SCHOOL TABLES: NUT slams selection for pupils. 766
SCHOOL TABLES: Some of the best in the country. 132
SCHOOL TABLES: Summer babies may be able to start a year later. 229
SCHOOL TABLES: West Midland schools facing 'radical action'. 267
SCHOOL TABLES: Why leafy shires are the place to be for examination success. 235
SHARE PRICES: M&S drops 19pc and pulls sector down too; MARKET REPORT. 524
Shaylor building diabetes centre; CONSTRUCTION. 122
Slump will not change plans. 232
Speedy Hire buys logistics company; ACQUISITION. 178
Speight no longer murder suspect; POLICE. 142
Sports Cafe in talks for extra bank funding; LEISURE. 250
Stadco paints a bright future; MANUFACTURING. 187
Sterling takes a pounding; MARKETS. 252
Tearful Hillary saddles up on comeback trail. 672
The highs and lows for Sir Stuart as fortunes change. 502
There's no place like home - despite the accolades; Jonathan Biss tells Christopher Morley about the pressures of a busy international career ahead of his Birming ham concert. 1386
Things looking up for Midlands carmakers; Two pieces of welcome news have improved prospects for the Midlands car industry in 2008, writes David Bailey, of Birmingham Business School. 774
Time to get tough on internet sales; TOUTS. 145
Top Labour councillor defects to Tories. 217

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