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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 3, 2009)

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$1tn package will 'shorten recession'. 463
'Family photo' call came at an inconvenient time for Canadian PM. 286
03.04.2009. 333
A return to Retro; Sally Hoban on a new fashion for antiques that you can treasure and wear every day. 1010
A world to conquer; Tom Fleming speaks to Roula Samaha about her journey from Beirut to Birmingham. 1479
Axe-man kills Israeli teenager. 163
Battle on a cold front; What is fuel poverty and why is it still a problem for thousands? Dr Peter Patel reports. 1052
Blaze of glory; Devastated by fire after a Squirrel nibbled through wiring, Crowley's Farm has been rejuvenated by its current occupants . Alison Jones reports. 900
BMW: Powerful, but still green. 108
Brum has the right balance; pen portrait. 314
Business Event diary with ASAP. To see the full diary, go to: 116
Claimed sustainable development on brown fields is a sham. 324
Coleman keen for test against high-flying Reading; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 510
Comfort zone; Edward Stephens checks out the safety credentials of Volvo's stylish XC90 4X4. 573
Construction index perks up from February all-time low. 296
Cooker company celebrates renovating its 10,000th Aga. 155
Could this be a record breaker? Alison Jones explores an awe-inspiring pounds 4 million property in Edgbaston. 650
Crest invites homebuyers to celebrate move in style. 313
Cricket club needs to expand while winning residents' hearts. 294
Dark tale that just refuses to let in the light. 217
Designs put library at heart of the city; COMMENT. 422
Determined Coventry in a hurry to confirm their league status. 295
DJ cleared of killing drinker; COURTS. 147
Don't just lie on the beach! j; Island paradise Gran Canaria has so much more to offer, as Frank Corless discovers. 1008
England aim to win one-day series - and make history; CRICKET. 402
Everyone got a bit of something; city view. 481
Ex Cathedra give Hagley School its singing voice. 203
faces suspension lying to stewards; FORMULA ONE. 430
Family free of blame in baby's death - coroner. 291
Firms pay up over builder's death from asbestos illness. 299
Fresh outlook for historic town; The Gallery offers an ambitious and impressive vision for urban dwellings, says Alison Jones. 371
Fresh start for Pype Hayes. 191
G20 deal fuels optimism as Footsie rises past 4000; MARKET REPORT. 516
Golden mix brings out the stars; Terry Grimley looks ahead to the Ludlow Festival. 259
Government in new promise to aid professionals get back to work. 413
Green light for eco barns; Two environmentally friendly barns will be available for viewings on April 5. Alison Jones finds out more. 319
Guide makes it easy to follow vegetable plot; in the garden. 383
Hammonds exits; UPDATE. 111
Henderson's unexposed charge may foil Voy Por Ustedes' glory bid. 245
High Street Honey; Alison Jones explores to delightful properties located on a Chipping Camden street once described as the most beautiful village street now left on the island. 963
Homeowners remain nervous about future; HOUSE PRICES. 651
Housing deal for vans boosts stricken LDV. 449
Join half-marathon to help Meningitis UK. 176
Keeping Muslim principles as well as securing savings. 1071
Kightly injury gives us added incentive to win - McCarthy. 415
Ladywood identified as poorest place in UK; n Call for an end to poverty at home as well as Third World. 782
Last orders after 77 years for engineering firm. 496
Latham flies home to carry on recovery from injuries. 330
Launch of No 2 Colmore Square; POST PEOPLE. 143
Leeds hell fires Milner to grab moment at Villa; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE: n Positives easy to see after lowest point in career. 541
Lenders able, but not willing. 442
Life on the farm; Alison Jones looks at the not-so Little Cleobury Cottage in Earlswood. 246
Look West, or else! Richard Edmonds on a new book that looks at how Russia was forced to abandon its Eastern traditions. 1091
Lots of wines to choose from for under a tenner. 383
Luring viewers to a secret paradise; A Birmingham building site is soon to be transformed into a beautiful garden in a new series of BBC Gardeners' World. Alice Hemmings takes a look. 1165
Madison joy but Denman crashes and Dancer dies. 407
McFadden return gives McLeish more options; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP: n Boss spoilt for choice as strikers queue up to start. 478
Merritt resurfaces as creaking Stour get dispensation. 390
Midland pilot died in North Sea air tragedy. 537
Ministers play down seeking bail-out from IMF. 169
Monster fun in 3D; The latest films reviewed by Roz Laws and Graham Young. 811
Mothercare sales still growing; BABYCARE. 129
Mowbray's into reality, not hoodoo; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 659
National Curriculum is too 'bloated', says MP. 481
New da Vinci portrait on show. 187
New flats could hit 'viability' of city high street. 338
New-look Gardeners' World comes from secret Birmingham location. 338
North Korea fires off rocket threat. 362
outdoor diary. 311
Part exchange - keeping the market moving; PROPERTYEXPERT: Steve Rush, sales and marketing director for CALA Homes, says that under present market conditions part exchange may be the only option to be able to trade up to a new home. 706
Penalties await anyone driven to distraction. 243
Plenty in snore for Clarke-Willmott's action girl Melissa. 432
Plotting by the Tory boys' club. 489
Points Smith's priority ahead of cup rehearsal; NATIONAL LEAGUE ONE: n Appeal victory has given Moseley breathing space. 719
Police raid squats in anarchists hunt. 174
pounds 193m library will be vital key to investment for city. 590
Preece drafted in to give Bees extra sting for Waterloo clash; NATIONAL LEAGUE TWO. 486
Pubs being forced out of business by 'cartels'. 587
Punjab to Birmingham direct flights needed. 616
Quiz of the Day. 187
Rambert's comeback proves very welcome. 215
Regional NHS trusts fail to deliver on new hygiene target. 331
Residents vent anger at Edgbaston scheme; n pounds 30m plans for ground under fire at public meeting. 575
Ruined father 'could not face end to lifestyle'. 714
Scale of ambitious plan becomes transparent. 1284
Screams in Solihull street between love rivals ended with knife death, court told. 416
Southampton's owners enter administration as Lowe goes again. 321
Tale of two deaths; Home-grown saints are hard to find, says Chris Upton who recounts the story of St Winefride. 896
Taylor Wimpey shares soar as deal nears to restructure huge debt. 265
The white stuff; While The White House doesn't quite live up to its Washington namesake, this Grade II listed Shropshire property still has plenty of character, says Alison Jones. 507
Top value roast can't be beaten. 511
Tracking down the criminals. 82
Turf at the top can give rare birds a new home; nature watch. 401
Union anger at 'annual job cutting' as Aviva look to axe 1,100. 363
Ups and downs of a great home; Jo Ind steps back into the 1930s and visits a cottage with centuries of stirring history. 1168
Walsall aiming to take advantage of Millwall's jittery home form; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 325
Wilson gets best out of light repertoire. 263
with the crowd g; Clive Platman reports on the pleasures and pitfalls of Bordeaux wines. 874
Wolves hopeful key players will be fit for Blues clash; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP. 371
Worcester's plan blown off course; GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP. 700

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