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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 23, 2009)

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'Carbon budget' looks to create green technology jobs; ENVIRONMENT. 1239
'Doing nothing is no longer an option as the city's elderly population grows quickly'. 539
'Tax change could force exodus' TOP EARNERS. 645
23.04.2009; BUDGET SPECIAL: CENTRE PAGES. 306
2m computers in cyber attack; SECURITY. 111
A case of too little, too late for region. 499
A catchy name. 163
A deal has been closed for a new headquarters. 193
A step in the right direction; It's a struggle to get boys to dance, but a workshop in Birmingham set out to change that. Lorne Jackson reports. 981
Academic is '90 per cent certain' over Bard portrait. 690
Actors cast fresh doubt over Shakespeare authorship. 306
Another fuel duty rise is a 'hammer blow' say hauliers; HAULAGE. 305
Bank bail-outs could leave UK taxpayers facing pounds 50bn bill, says Treasury; THE BANKS. 437
Battle over 'sexed up' evidence. 476
Bell given chance to roar back with Lions; CRICKET. 606
Ben's marathon defies doctors. 346
Bigwood advises on YMCA deal. 476
Blues' broken spine hasn't halted charge for promotion. 542
Bournville Place project wins regional award from Civic Trust. 317
Breast cancer toll falls to new low. 137
Broad warms up for Test series by making Worcestershire suffer with bat and ball. 345
Broadband investment vital for city prosperity; TECHNOLOGY. 518
Brown delighted by Barker and Piolet debuts. 256
Budget was no happy hour for publican; CASE STUDY: LEISURE. 441
Business Event diary with ASAP. To see the full diary, go to birminghampost.net/diary. 117
By-election called after councillor steps down. 133
Car companies expect taxpayer to help when the going gets tough; AGENDA & LETTERS. 200
Car scrappage scheme to boost flagging sales; AUTOMOTIVE. 880
Chancellor backed into a corner, says Chamber; BUSINESS REACTION. 819
Chancellor doesn't have the charm to put a happy spin on the colossal borrowing; CHRIS MONCRIEFF. 385
Charity fun run. 90
Charity run makes Sense. 290
Circumstantial evidence sets the game afoot. 274
Classy Debussy gives big Derby hint. 379
Construction company Morgan Ashurst,. 107
Councils had to show more unity and leadership. 281
Creatives welcome pounds 750m lift; TECHNOLOGY. 488
Darling makes pounds 3.1bn pledge as jobless total hits new high; UNEMPLOYMENT. 444
DEATHS. 235
Debutants and Bell are reasons to be cheerful; ASHLEY'S OVERVIEW. 306
Delaney tips Villa to break into top four; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 606
Deloitte Budget gathering. 95
Demerger is still on at Carphone; TELECOMMUNICATIONS. 159
Easter sweeter than ever for chocolate retailer Thorntons; RETAIL. 308
Festivals take centre stage; Classical music. 460
Finding some room for recovery. 846
Freddie Mac's finance chief is found dead. 199
Funding meets needs of students, says principal; CASE STUDY: EDUCATION. 379
Fury as city raises care charge by pounds 183 a week. 833
Government has not done enough to keep child poverty promise, claim charities; CHILDREN. 436
Government snub leaves an area of doubt. 311
Happy couple go underground for their wedding. 467
Helen serves time for hospice funds. 228
Hope for colleges with building ambitions; COLLEGES. 199
Housing market picking up as lending rises by 16 per cent; MORTGAGES. 242
How 10-point plan fared. 1660
I wanted to be a Thundercat! 228
IN THE SPOTLIGHT. 96
Increase in state pension welcomed by grandmother; CASE STUDY: PENSIONS. 420
Investment incentives don't go far enough, say experts; INVESTMENT. 319
Investor confidence returning. 439
Israeli anger at Short over Hamas invitation. 405
Jobs pledge is 'laughable' CASE STUDY: FAMILY. 606
Lions will need a prop up to fight Boks' fire with fire. 911
Little steps on a long, rocky road; COMMENT. 1035
Look East for lands full of promise. 521
Love story that's pure gold; review. 329
Making good Kontakts. 287
McCarthy still having to play waiting game for signings; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 430
McDonald's boost; UPDATE. 121
Medics return to Ghana for second medical mercy mission. 396
Mental heath care death figures worry. 321
Money supply bid optimism; BANKING. 281
More questions than answers; Post blogger and automotive expert David Bailey, who reported on Mr Darling's Budget on the live blog Birminghampost. net, was left with some doubts over the Chancellor's calculations. 852
More retailers could go to wall, says shoe shop boss; CASE STUDY: RETAIL. 519
Mowbray says youngsters will become Premier stars. 385
NEC Group exhibits its green credentials. 787
New man at BPG. 84
No surprises for Budget panel; andeep mangal. 515
Not much to get excited about for Suzanne; CASE STUDY: PROFESSIONAL. 311
Portfolio of sites point to developer 's success. 273
Public borrowing will soar to a record pounds 175bn; BORROWING. 536
Pubs dismayed by duty increase; ALCOHOL. 224
Pushing the boundaries; Terry Grimley looks ahead to a concert celebrating works by pioneering early 20th century composers. 862
Quiz of the Day. 152
Refurbished office space still holding its appeal. 538
Refurbishment at Bow Court. 466
RICS launches consultation to promote fees transparency. 289
Ryanair unveils 'fat tax' plans. 221
Scrappy attempt to help car industry. 426
Seminar on how to evolve in recession. 293
SHAREWATCH. 126
Sorry Sir Paul, 'super' forces aren't new idea. 219
St Modwen defies trends with ten property deals. 473
Stamp Duty break will assist first-time buyers; CASE STUDY: YOUNG COUPLE. 485
Stamp Duty holiday extended; HOUSING. 819
Stampede for 45 jobs at Birmingham hotel; LEISURE. 394
Start-up help needed to deal with credit and rates issues. 446
State pension will increase by at least 2.5pc; PENSIONERS. 209
Storm as BNP tries to use cathedral in poster. 487
Strategy is vital for company success; Management consultant and winner of the BYPY Inspiring leader award Peter Rees-Steer explains why a clear business strategy has never been so important. 390
Substitute faith for greed. 409
Targeted measures to assist firms; Against the backdrop of the most serious economic turmoil for more than 60 years, the nation's eyes were on Alistair Darling as he delivered his second Budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer. Nigel Pickard, head of tax at Deloitte in the Midlands, reviews the key points of the Chancellor's speech. 910
Tax shock for top earners. 555
Taxpayers are left with the bill. 664
The better the risk, the greater the opportunity; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 691
Tipton & Coseley maintains strong position despite recession; BUILDING SOCIETIES. 379
Tories should come clean about equalities; AGENDA & LETTERS. 127
Training staff is key to survival; geoff percy. 443
Tributes paid to Jack Jones, giant of the trade unions. 293
Two-year-old died after swallowing parent's methadone. 285
Union leaders cast doubt on Darling's pounds 9bn 'savings' plan; EFFICIENCIES. 491
Vote of confidence in banks lifts FTSE out of Budget gloom; MARKET REPORT. 545
Walker returning to where it all started; GOLF. 532
Warning over effects of oral pain relief gel on children. 300
We need your support over planning permission. 151
We want to work - all we need is a chance. 2015
Welcome boost for over-50s as tax-free ISA allowance increased to pounds 10,200; SAVINGS. 410
West Midlands hardest hit as jobless total soars; UNEMPLOYMENT. 549
Whitby's plea for city region. 493
Why MBAs enjoy a world class reputation; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 453
Young Bears bowling attack shows promise; CRICKET: LV COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 538
Young talent assures future of British diving and promises medals at 2012 Olympics. 235

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