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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 5, 2008)

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'Pit bull in lipstick' savages Obama and wows delegates; INTERNATIONAL. 717
A real note of caution over striking out on your own; LEGAL & FINANCE. 426
A Warwickshire law firm has added the final ingredients; LEGAL & FINANCE. 304
Barnes-Homer keeps Harriers going upward; NON-LEAGUE. 484
Barry's debt of gratitude to O'Neill for call-up. 905
Beach House, Rhosneigr, Anglesey, guide price pounds 775,000. FOCUS. 228
Bear in mind the resale value when buying second hand; MOTORING. 407
Birmingham bids to brand itself 'a magnet for youth'. Website overview 611
Birmingham care homes admissions are frozen. 448
Birmingham failing poor and its ethnic minorities. 629
Boris hikes up cost of bus and Tube fares; TRANSPORT. 114
British widow died instantly in Canadian jet-ski tragedy; INTERNATIONAL. 303
Brown attacks 'separatist' SNP. 207
Brown told to avoid the easy inflation option; POLICY. 475
Bullring goes silver for anniversay. 428
business as usual on the XK; AUTOMOTIVE. 108
Cameraman held; INTERNATIONAL IRAQ. 121
Chief exec to leave Southern Cross; HEALTHCARE. 413
City living with rural panorama; FOCUS. 295
Coming to terms with all the conventions of a Convention; AGENDA An American war hero, a mother who loves hunting moose and more pizzazz than policies. It's politics but not as we know it. Welcome to the Republican National Convention, says Charles Barwell. 1347
Cricket: But Yorkshire remains immediate focus in quest to regain best form; COUNTY REVIEW. 404
Cricket: Fernando bolsters New Road attack after Kabir is ruled out; NEW ROAD (third day): No play - rain. 706
Cricket: Reliving the hazy summer days and the legendary Bradman's place in cricketing history; BOOK REVIEW Bradman in Wisden Edited by Graeme Wright 4sportsbooks.co.uk price: pounds 13.19, saving 34% on rrp. 494
Cricket: Talented Woakes strikes a rich seam. 1038
Cricket: Vaughan given time to claim Test spot. 519
Culture: Laughing matters at pub; Comedy Andrew Cowen hears how comedy is set to return to the Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath. 805
Culture: Ten days of festival funnies lined up for city; Comedy. 484
Deadline looming for Boeing to spike threat of industrial action; AEROSPACE. 552
Detectives try to trace dead baby mum on internet. 272
DID YOU KNOW? 195
Eco-town residents to be given lessons in sustainable living. 616
Expert advice badly needed; FOCUS. 874
Expert casts doubt on price falls; HOUSING Just how far have house prices plunged in the first year of the credit crunch? The pundits appear divided with one claiming the fall is much smaller than the 10per cent-plus figure claimed by Halifax and Nationwide. 552
Fascinating home that has it all; COVER STORY In nearly 40 years, a corner of North Worcestershire has seen the return of the buzzards - and an upturn in church attendance. Just part of the magic of St Leonard's Grange, reports Marsya Lennox. 1381
Flexibility keeps the property chain linked; FOCUS. 486
Football: Albion's foreign legion a result of overheated home market; Everton plead hardship and spend pounds 15 million on one player. Tony Mowbray tells James Peacock what it's like operating below the relative poverty line. 1195
Football: Magpies plunged into fresh crisis. 437
Football: Pearce has no interest in feeling Premier stress again; UNDER-21s. 286
Fresh wave of economic gloom sees index diving; MARKET REPORT SHARE PRICES. 440
Friends Provident will not panic sell; INSURANCE. 258
George Green scores for Port Vale; LEGAL & FINANCE. 142
Germans voice concern over cost of living; ECONOMICS. 298
GM and Ford woe as US hit by fall for the tenth month; AUTOMOTIVE. 563
Gold glad to breathe easy over Larsson - for now; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 687
Golf: McIlroy revives his amateur form. 560
Government 'fails housing market' MORTGAGES. 365
Home comforts at Bannerbrook; FOCUS. 156
Horse Racing: Reverence keeps weather eye on chances to create history. 591
Ibehre ready to greet old friends; LEAGUE ONE. 316
Ice in fuel may have caused air crash. 552
If it's Thursday at must be Belgium for hassle-free Hamilton; FORMULA ONE. 769
Interest rate hold prompts hope of future reductions; REACTION. 397
James Burbidge head of chambers at St Philips in Birmingham; LEGAL & FINANCE. 318
Jenner renews acquaintances at Bees ready to pack down in season opener. 766
Lawn Tennis: Many happy returns key for Murray to triumph. 636
Lawyer Sally Morris got close to the action at West Midlands; LEGAL & FINANCE. 319
League players plead over assault charges; COURT. 174
Letter: A vibrant, diverse and really cool city. 535
Letter: Far more to Longbridge. 153
Letter: Freemasonry explained. 113
Letter: Hypocrisy of local politicians. 173
Letter: We need well-designed houses not 'streets in the sky' dream. 315
Life's a beach with these two shore winners; FOCUS Holidaying at home is the new green thing. And by the seaside, bricks and mortar can earn money, suggests Marsya Lennox. 602
Lifestyle: Change makes a difference; After witnessing the horror of the tsunami, Stourbridge father of two Richard Jordan, was moved to take action to help children less fortunate than his own. He and his daughter Caitlin recently went to visit the boy they sponsor, Abelo Gondwe, in Malawi and describe what they found. 879
Lifestyle: Pam the people's poet is still waxing lyrical; Pam Ayres tells Polly Weeks how it feels to be a household name. 1001
Man held following fatal stabbing; CRIME. 137
Man who missed top job at Nestle is new Unilever chief; CONSUMABLES. 575
McBride transfers its work from Coventry with loss of 80 jobs; MANUFACTURING. 561
McCarthy honoured after Wolves' flying start. 356
Midlands businessman held in Dubai over missing ex-girlfriend; INTERNATIONAL. 336
Midlands plays central role in Cultural Olympiad events. 444
Minister Flint says sorry to MP Fabricant. 335
More than a slight return for Hendrix Strat. 318
Mother speaks of grief over son's killing spree; INTERNATIONAL AMERICA. 137
Moving video tribute to Kirstie by friends; BLAZE. 160
MPC finger is on trigger for a killer cut in interest rates; ECONOMY. 676
Murder and suicide theory in holiday home deaths; INTERNATIONAL. 377
New alert on insider trading danger; LEGAL & FINANCE. 727
Nothing run of the mill about brace of homes; FOCUS If one historic mill conversion is not quite enough, you can buy two, reports Marsya Lennox. 1398
ON THIS DAY September 5. 174
One in seven people bullied in workplace. 250
Parents spend pounds 21,000 helping children when they grow up. 292
Pensioner will have to confront vandals who smashed window. 318
Pics in need of pick-me-up; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 266
Plan for a bargain; EXPERT Sarah Summerton, director of Walton Homes examines how to get the best deals from a new-build housing project. 879
Plane bodies recovered; INTERNATIONAL CONGO. 97
PM hanging on; INTERNATIONAL THAILAND. 107
Police raid nearby house in Chinese killings case. 232
Police stop forms will go. 162
POLITICS: Blair bodyguard left gun in loo. 124
POLITICS: Clarke stirs pot by joining PM's growing band of critics. 650
POLITICS: Double standards in prostitution attitudes; SURVEY. 136
POLITICS: Government ordered to release Iraq dossier details. 304
POLITICS: International aid scheme launched by Brown; GOVERNMENT. 163
POLITICS: Juvenile crime targets missed. 168
POLITICS: Met Commissioner says reports of his demise have been greatly exaggerated. 419
POLITICS: Minor criminals should not be jailed - Lib Dem; PRISONS. 183
POST PEOPLE: Deeley Group Midsummer Nights Dream. 162
POST PEOPLE: Easter Park open day. 221
Quick fixes to shore up prices are the last thing first-timers need. 525
Quiz of the Day. 147
Race and class shown as big factors in work experience placement. 734
Recognition from our national and international neighbours; AGENDA. 631
Rice Krispies and the Dizzy feeling of emulating your first hamster; AGENDA. 806
Russia unimpressed by belligerent Americans; INTERNATIONAL GEORGIA. 97
Sandvik insists demand has stayed strong despite climate; ENGINEERING. 299
Seven killed in Gulf air crash; INTERNATIONAL. 152
Shared ownership on offer in Northfield. 324
Short workout in Brussels for Ohuruogo as she sharpens speed; Athletics. 293
Silence over claims of restarted atomic plant; INTERNATIONAL NORTH KOREA. 120
SIX OF THE BEST CHIPPING CAMPDEN. 2033
Soldiers death was accidental, finds inquest. 250
Son reunited with father he thought was cremated. 257
Staffordshire waste handling company JBMI's cash injection; PRIVATE EQUITY. 623
Stamp duty freeze 'would have helped 29pc of buyers' POLICY. 337
Study claims stations talk about drink far too often. 551
Succession planning should be priority for family-owned firms; LEGAL & FINANCE Two-thirds of family or owner-managed business owners have no succession plans in place when it comes to the departure of key staff. Jeremy C larke-Morris, head of taxation services at chartered accountants and business advisers Kendall Wadley, discusses what business owners need to consider when planning for such an event. 734
Sunday opening trial for library. 198
Tales charged with passion and commitment; REVIEW TALES OF HOFFMANN THEATR HAFREN, NEWTOWN, POWYS ****. 363
Tax bible has doubled. 315
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: All our children deserve equality in education. 411
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Parental support. 86
THE BIRMINGHAM POST: Town planning. 277
Threat of recession spurs businesses to cash in 'family jewels' LEGAL & FINANCE. 277
Top end property is still selling; FOCUS. 228
Toyota to start 2009 with trio; MOTORING. 406
Transatlantic bomber trail held up by juror's absence. 364
Twingo Renaultsport the latest in hot hatch line; MOTORING. 321
Two on murder charge after city club stabbing. 114
U-turn needed on punitive property tax, says chief; LEGAL & FINANCE. 625
UK's abysmal car sales now back to the Swinging Sixties; AUTOMOTIVE. 739
Weather takes wind out of record's sails. 227
WEB LIFE. 112
Wheelchair user left stranded by station staff. 218
Whitbread lifted by cashconscious businessmen; LEISURE. 592
Wife in court over husband murder plot; COURT. 189
Will a quarter-point cut really make a difference? AGENDA. 423
Woman tried to drive off fire engine; CRIME. 84
Worst car sales since 1966. 222

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