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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 2, 2008)

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'Big five' become the hunted as credit crunch takes gloss off profits; BANKING. 997
'How are City A&E cuts improved patient care?'. 718
'Strictest security' for computerised health details. 325
123,000 from Midlands resolve to quit smoking; BIGGER PICTURE. 309
Blazing into the big picture. 460
Buckle up! It's going to be bumpy; STOCK MARKETS. 1198
Change is the air as balance of power shifts to put euro in the pound seat; STERLING. 1100
Changing jobs? Know your rights; EMPLOYMENT. 209
Concern over dramatic increase in prison suicides. 364
Culture: Stepping up the interest; Terry Grimley picks 25 spring theatre highlights. 1493
Daunting target for motor trade; TRAINING. 288
Emergency services are kept busy as revellers have a blast; BIGGER PICTURE. 581
EMERGING MARKETS: Savouring the delights of Turkey; From the banks of the Bosphorus John Revill takes a look at the property market in Turkey. 1574
EMERGING MARKETS: Your buying property in Turkey checklist. 314
ENTERPRISE: Emptying the personal piggy-bank for start-ups is a recipe for disaster. 261
ENTERPRISE: Granny monitor seen as the future for elderly health care. 421
ENTERPRISE: Let 2008 bring better understanding and respect for small businesses. 405
ENTERPRISE: Passion for shoes sees Jo put her best foot forward. 322
ENTERPRISE: PC PAL franchise set to branch out. 171
ENTERPRISE: SMEs help Midlands close wealth gap to London. 286
ENTERPRISE: Vanessa's keen to press on after ironing out the kinks. 535
FA cash is urgently needed for game to kick on, says Carney;WOMEN'S FOOTBALL; The BBC raised their profile but England,s women still need help to reach a higher level, writes Carly Baldwin. 1060
Faith schools inquiry for Balls. 311
Football: Admirable Saddlers' fightback rewarded; LEAGUE ONE. 539
Football: Albion run out of steam at Fortress of Tractor Boys; FOOTBALL: COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 896
Football: Boo boys add to Wolves angst; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 642
Football: Familiar tale for battling Blues; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 911
Football: In-form Russell the hero as improving Harriers finally cut down Forest; NON-LEAGUE. 666
Football: Jadhi gives Blues hope as he bids farewell. 613
Football: Mellberg and Laursen lead Villa to sixth place; FOOTBALL: BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 1517
Football: Tractor Boys bounce back to bite level-tempered Mowbray. 584
Football: Wasteful Best excused as defence left culpable. 593
Fourth suspect held for college student's death. 279
Here's to 'drunk tank' initiative. 297
Here's wishing for long-overdue Midlands car industry revival. 514
How did flybe take off? AVIATION. 213
Humorous playlet with a serious message. 899
INTERNATIONAL: 'Impossible' for Pakistan to hold elections amid unrest. 480
INTERNATIONAL: Brown directs initiative to stop violence in Kenya. 610
INTERNATIONAL: Cyprus and Malta buy into euro's strength. 231
INTERNATIONAL: Fleeing teddy row; CHINA. 83
INTERNATIONAL: Freedom for woman activist who tried to assassinate Gerald Ford. 241
INTERNATIONAL: Taliban militants killed in operation; AFGHANISTAN. 132
INTERNATIONAL: US diplomat shot in attack on car; SUDAN. 139
It'll be a new deal for 2008 at Jaguar and Land Rover; AUTOMOTIVE. 340
Letter: Chill wind is blowing through property market. 224
Letter: Jacqui left to carry the can. 142
Letter: Mothers own embryos. 272
Letter: Second city sold short on Metro. 165
Letter: Spectre of single status council pay looms large. 280
Letter: Stand up for our hospitals. 175
Little: honour as principles are cast aside. 182
Make me an offer I can't refuse, says S&N boss; BEVERAGES. 709
Man quizzed in death riddle of ex-Beeb DJ. 638
Midlands mum plunges to death from hotel balcony. 336
Mountain to climb in reviving The Austin's fortunes. 541
Newborn doing well after bumpy delivery; BIGGER PICTURE. 227
Not safe to play around with health risk of toys; RETAIL. 301
ON THIS DAY; January2. 165
Police losing focus on photographers' rights. 285
Ponting not losing sleep over milestone chance;Cricket. 602
POST PEOPLE: Hoar Cross Soapbox Challenge. 156
Prices set to remain stable as slowdown now hits home; HOUSING. 1048
Pride inspired nation to put all its faith in a saint; Mother Teresa has been hailed as one of the great icons of the 20th Century. The following extract from a new book by Birmingham academic Dr Gezim Alpion shows how her native Albania helped create the legend and how its neighbours tried to "usurp" her. 1588
Quiz of the Day. 172
Repair job's not finished as rail commuters still face delays. 503
Rugby Union: The year brawn bested brain; Brian Dick says players began bigger and faster in 2007 but, sadly, less entertaining. Will the New Year bring change? 721
Sales growth holds hints of recession firmly at bay; ECONOMICS. 571
Second arrest in shooting of Pc; CRIME. 164
Seeking nature of God in Big Bang; The secrets to the beginning of the universe could lie underground in Switzerland. Joanna Geary joined a Birmingham University team of scientists working on the project in Geneva. Simon Hadley took the pictures. 1336
Stabbing victim; CRIME. 88
Staff share in pounds 12m savings share gain; BANKING. 292
Sweetening up investors sees focus lost in doing business; CORPORATE GOVERNANCE. 543
Teresa, not Diana, 'first saint of celebrity age'. 327
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Back Longbridge. 300
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Confidence trick. 94
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Constitution is good starting point to make difference. 390
Three killed in collision with bus; ACCIDENT. 162
Veteran Moorcroft plans to brandish Olympic torch in his home county; OLYMPICS 2012. 637
Volatility is here to stay for another year; MARKET REPORT SHARE PRICES. 511
We communic 8; AGENDA POST 150 YEARS Proud to be in association with The V Building. 124

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