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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 19, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
'Gateway' design hailed as iconic international landmark. 560
'UK must be part of EU club' POLITICS. 348
Alert as public borrowing soars to record pounds 10.4bn; ECONOMY. 426
American car sales likely to fall at least 10pc; AUTOMOTIVE. 269
Amtrak workers claim rival should employ them; LOGISTICS. 528
Banks joining together to calm jitters around world; ECONOMY. 564
Banks merger could mean the loss of thousands of jobs. 503
Birmingham and its civic leader will be focus of the conference; AGENDA. Calendar 659
Birmingham's green future launched. 516
Body of Lorca may be found in mass grave; INTERNATIONAL SPAIN. 140
Brickmaker Wienerberger to lay off 70 Kidderminster employees; MATERIALS. 387
British Farmers will pay for new CAP; LEGAL&FINANCE. 490
Brown does not deserve such a kicking - but he is finished; AGENDA As Labour gathers for its annual conference, starting in Manchester tomorrow, political editor Jonathan Walker argues Gordon Brown will never clamber out of the hole he is in. 1220
Cameron faces challenge over relationship with Europe; POLITICS. 304
Care home closed over 'protection issues'. 352
Ceremonial posts are 'preserve of wealthy' PARLIAMENT POLITICS. 134
Chamber takes on online sourcing service; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 228
Charge changed to manslaughter; COURTS. 91
Climbdown by beer festival governor; INTERNATIONAL GERMANY. 137
Collins gets back to business; GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP. 864
Conservative accuses Labour over jobless data; POLITICS. 385
Cosmetic surgery ads condemned. 213
Cricket: Frost century gives Bears ideal platform; CHELMSFORD (second day): Essex 341 v Warwickshire 277-3. 752
Culture: Celebrating city's literary heritage; Books Birmingham Book Festival is making its mark as a literary celebration with an urban edge. Jo Ind reports on the ninth year of the festival, which is supported by The Birmingham Post. 1146
Culture: Historic setting attracts diverse interests to festival; Books. 486
DID YOU KNOW? 175
Emotional meeting gets to Faldo. 1009
Entrepreneur who embraced HIPs beating the downturn; HOUSING. 536
Eternal conflict between mother and daughter; Lifestyle Once women were united in a battle for equality However, as Stephanie Calman tells Sarah O'Meara the victory has come at an unexpected price. 1000
Europe's big hearts have the edge over USA - but only just; COMMENT. 654
Evesham duo make convincing cases; NON-LEAGUE. 560
Family tributes to talented 'angels' killed in city flat. 615
Five Birmingham men in Homeless World Cup squad. 573
Forensic accountants can find partners' true financial value; LEGAL&FINANCE. 606
Former AWM top man joins regeneration at Hammonds; LEGAL&FINANCE. 241
Gascoigne arrested over criminal damage trying to get into pub. 280
Golf: Harrington gets the nod from Faldo for opener. 685
Government to fall nine years short of housing aim; HOUSING. 575
Graduating with your health intact; Lifestyle Alison Jones reports on how to survive those first few months at university with your health intact. 1078
Harvey Ingram scoops best employer gong; LEGAL&FINANCE. 205
Having trust of staff the best guard against data theft; LEGAL&FINANCE. 509
Healthy order book presents welcome news for Keir; CONSTRUCTION. 583
Hospital paid pounds 200,000 to dump bosses. 235
How my splendidly safe and boring bank shares made me a loser. 522
Ironbridge Gorge event expected to pull crowds; FESTIVAL. 166
Jail population forecast reduced; POLITICS. 148
Jarvis hopes to shake off injury for Preston trip. 655
Karnataka bids for the Nano plant; AUTOMOTIVE. 366
Key Capital Partners joins city presence; PRIVATE EQUITY. 359
Keynote speech could make or break Brown's premiership; LABOUR CONFERENCE PREVIEW. Conference news 396
Kingfisher still cautious after bumper half-year profits; RETAIL. 409
Labour's bid to shore up housing market 'doomed'. 602
Lawn Tennis: Murray laughs off Melzer barb during pre-match sparring. 661
Letter: Conservatives waged vain battle to save post offices. 592
Letter: Councillor Yaqoob is not too accurate. 277
Letter: Help me trace soldier family. 101
Letter: Hirst's posturing is certainly abstract. 429
Letter: Stop abuse of blue badges. 110
Letter: We want your memories of World War II for project. 192
Letter: Why are there white juries? 137
Lichfield firm brings it Home; LEGAL&FINANCE. 155
Limp Worcester left to sweat on promotion; KIDDERMINSTER (second day): Worcestershire 265 and 122, Middlesex 321. 581
Loan logjam intensifies as August lowest since 2002; HOUSING. 360
Macquarie Group price sent tumbling; BANKING. 347
Massive medal haul for returning GB heroes; PARALYMPICS. 173
McLeish: Convince me you care; FOOTBALL: COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 641
Midlands caravan company goes into administration; MANUFACTURING. 578
More and more companies offering support when redundancy looms; LEGAL&FINANCE. 366
More parents panic in Chinese milk scandal fears; INTERNATIONAL. 289
Mother and son arrested in drugs swoop. 229
Mowbray in no mood to concede as Villa arrive; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 650
MRSA cases at City Hospital decline from 20 to just three; POLITICS. 682
Negotiating the minefield of choosing a grammar; AGENDA. 695
Nelsons lays intentions on the line; REVIEW CBSO Symphony Hall *****. 332
New 'safer' car airbag; INTERNATIONAL JAPAN. 147
New crackdown on speculators; FSA. 297
New species on reefs; INTERNATIONAL AUSTRALIA. 151
No relief for Labour as Tories break 50pc barrier; LABOUR CONFERENCE PREVIEW. 687
Nuclear is necessary to keep the lights on; ENERGY POLITICS. 188
Obama rubbishes McCain's claim to be agent of change; INTERNATIONAL. 666
ON THIS DAY; September 19. 173
One in 10 of us spend 14 years watching the TV; MEDIA. 212
Outcry as Friends' Institute faces 'callous' closure by city council. 466
Peak in food prices could be bad for Sainsbury; RETAIL. 534
Pernod success in US, but not China; DRINKS. 281
Petrov puts seal on Villa victory; UEFA CUP. 979
Plan to respray cabs on hold after pounds 24,000 oversight by consultants. 320
POST PEOPLE: British American Business Council gala. 116
POST PEOPLE: Marflow 40-year celebration. 213
Privatisation push could prove costly; PUBLIC SERVICE POLITICS. 167
Producers distance themselves from actress' pro-IRA sentiments. 250
Quiz of the Day. 166
Reality show focus on stock market trading. 211
Recording of OJ storming hotel room queried by audio expert; INTERNATIONAL. 351
Ryanair says it'll break even if oil stays at EUR100 barrel; AVIATION. 583
Sales staff now taking bigger risks; LEGAL&FINANCE. 597
Schools 'failing pupils' over maths education. 151
Setanta and ITV confirm highlights deal; NATIONAL NEWS. 345
Seven US soldiers die in Chinook crash; INTERNATIONAL IRAQ. 99
Sex education leaflet for primary school pupils defended. 258
Shoppers defy all the gloom to return to high street in droves; RETAIL. 282
Style takes stage ahead of eco status; MOTORING. 1321
Tesco calling for action to fight climate change; RETAIL. 194
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Friends debacle has proved a shabby episode. 410
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: No St Pancras. 286
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Oceans apart. 103
Third body at mansion fire identified as the daughter. 541
Tightening US immigration rules complicate travelling; LEGAL&FINANCE. 560
Tornado off Torbay; WEATHER. 91
TSB-HBOS 'mega-bank' still faces scrutiny; BACKGROUND. 346
Tuition fee rise would be another election loser; LABOUR CONFERENCE PREVIEW. Conference news 252
UK women who smuggled drugs in wigs jailed for a year in Jamaica; INTERNATIONAL. 445
Unions will use conference to call for better pay; LABOUR CONFERENCE PREVIEW. 390
University to cut 200 jobs to save cash; EDUCATION. 115
US bank bailout fears stop shares revival in its tracks; MARKET REPORT SHARE PRICES. 443
Vitec loses boss, gains finance chief; MEDIA. 172
Watchdog gives green light to first two city academies. 337
We were too slow out of the blocks - Milner. 350
WEB LIFE. 113
Why British companies are still losing out over EU tax regime; LEGAL&FINANCE Midlands businesses that are facing tumultuous times on the stock market have additional burdens to bear on cross border transactions, says Phil Warner, international tax director at RSM Bentley Jennison in Birmingham. 461
Why every word will be put under the microscope; LABOUR CONFERENCE PREVIEW. Conference news 301
Widow stepped in to MD job three days after fatal accident; RESTORATION. 704
Woman fights for life; STABBING. 116

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