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

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Title Author Type Words
'I CaN't LIVe WIthOut'... 348
A 30 year labour of love; Jon Perks speaks to UB40's Robin Campbell brothers and Birmingham about birthdays,. 981
A big hit on the art scene? 297
A Birmingham corporate finance executive [...]. 140
A gift that just goes on giving. 383
A sound investment; Unique new artworks come to St Pauls Gallery: ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 482
A sound investment; Unique new artworks come to St Pauls Gallery: ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 482
A sound investment; Unique new artworks come to St Pauls Gallery: ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 482
A wealth of character set in Cotswold stone; Rectory Cottage is an idyllic home at Barton-on-the-Heath, sensitively and lovingly transformed with wonderful gardens and views. Annie Roberts reports. 642
Always second to Manchester. 166
ANSWERING BACK; RAY QUINN, ENTERTAINER. 741
Archaeological bid to shine light [...]. 275
BACK OFF THE POST A [...]. 349
Besblock to the Fore with Park scheme. 176
BEST CELLARS; chRisTmas cheeR. 372
Blue plaque kudos. 289
Building for the future, but at what price ? As another eco town is proposed for the region, the Government is determined to drive forward the largest increase in house building in decades, even if that means swallowing up some green be writes Public Affairs Correspondent Paul Dale. 828
Building new homes. 228
Building up an insurance offer. 107
Campion to advise Lodders. 131
Casepak tie up Fairway deal. 106
Cause to celebrate; heaLth&beauty: The laTesT news and advice on how To look and feel greaT. 699
Challinors works on pounds 50,000 Kian appeal. 491
Chequers event; POST PeOPLe //every WeeK IN THe BIrMINGHAM POST - every MONTH IN LIvING. 193
Children's services are on a Knife -edge; A government special measures order slapped on Birmingham's children's social services department is set to be lifted in the new year. But huge problems remain, writes Public Affairs correspondent Paul Dale. 617
Chris releases single for SSAFA. 430
City eateries knifed in restaurant guide. 658
City law firm sees a bright green future. 454
Codemasters steer into rights wrangle. 475
Commission tells Solihull to improve social care. 187
Community spirit is a real winner for the Hortons. 536
Companies cut back on property portfolio. 563
Compost corner. 109
Confidence lift but below UK average. 451
CONTENTS. 151
Corporate law firm Cobbetts has [...]; IN BRIEF...... 350
David Wilson branches out across Midlands. 256
Deal shows LDC's teeth. 471
Deck the halls... Alison Jones receives some expert advice on the dos and don'ts of Christmas dcor. 1430
Deck the halls... Alison Jones receives some expert advice on the dos and don'ts of Christmas dcor. 1430
Deck the halls... Alison Jones receives some expert advice on the dos and don'ts of Christmas decor. 1430
Dunk, munch, enjoy; Our man revels in an Indian blow-out at Birmingham's original curry house: DINING DETECTIVE. 866
Eat Central unveiled; POST PeOPLe //every WeeK IN THe BIrMINGHAM POST - every MONTH IN LIvING. 117
EDITOR'S LETTER. Editorial 148
Essential viewing. 525
Essential viewing. 525
Essential viewing. 525
Expenses rebel MPs told to pay up. 189
FASHIONNEWS. 325
FILM; WHAT'S ON AT THE FLICKS THIS MONTH. 938
Finding peace the natural way. 458
Finding peace the natural way. 458
Firms need to master; Keeping employees focused on performance is more important than ever in tough times. At a recent Birmingham Post round t table with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, employers and employees debated how do this. Anna Blackaby reports y. 963
Flagship city campus is a step nearer. 184
ForHim; Last chance saloon: As you read this, Christmas will be just three weeks away and counting. Gulp. 484
Forum calling for road safety scheme. 132
GADGETS; Power crazy. 313
GADGETS; Power crazy. 313
GADGETS; Power crazy. 313
Geoff Tresman, chairman of finance [...]; IN BRIEF.. 398
GET YOUR KIT OFF; IN BRIeF. 120
Getting better; The Bootleg Beatles' Neil Harrison talks to Jon Perks. 496
Go green and reap benefits. 398
Gospel not separate from today's issues. 645
Government for regions. 359
GQ Magazine event at Selfridges; POST PeOPLe //every WeeK IN THe BIrMINGHAM POST - every MONTH IN LIvING. 101
Hawkins advises caravan deal. 159
History in the making. 470
HO HO... GO! IN BRIeF. 97
How to play it smart; STYLE GURU. 431
How to play it smart; STYLE GURU. 431
How to play it smart; STYLE GURU. 431
How to play it smart; STYLE GURU. 431
How to play it smart; STYLE GURU. 431
IN BRIEF. 224
IN BRIEF. 448
IN BRIEF. 424
Into darkness... Dominic Cooke tells Terry Grimley about Arabian Nights and the threat to Britain's theatrical renaissance. 1009
Introducing the power plate... 438
Invest and export to beat the downturn. 546
JLR turning corner. 1189
Jobs are top priority, Darling. 964
Jones to be Midland recorder. 152
JP quits over 'outdated' court system; Former Birmingham poet laureate Roshan Doug has quit the bench because he says it is unrepresentative, he tells Rebekah Oruye. 722
Kavita proves the times they are a-changin' Tom Scotney talks to the y latest name to join the top ranks of the city's financial scene. 683
Keelys help Dains' expansion. 172
King Sturge's industrial team has [...]. 177
KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL. Recipe 151
Landmark ruling that puts bank savers first. 678
Money for nothing? 751
Motoring history link under hammer. 663
Next generation challenge; The Apprentice finalist Kate Walsh was among the judges at a business event to find the next generation of Alan Sugars and Karren Bradys in the West Midlands. Ms Walsh was judging the Coca-Cola Enterprises Young Chamber challenge, which asked schools from across the West Midlands region to create a new drink for the London 2012 Games. 1128
Nigel's a chocolate soldier. 714
Now's the time to plan for RTV. 163
Online games are marketing dream. 1091
Ooooh, shiny... FOR HER: A selection of must-haves that'll reflect your personality. 463
Ooooh, shiny... FOR HER: A selection of must-haves that'll reflect your personality. 463
Ooooh, shiny... FOR HER: A selection of must-haves that'll reflect your personality. 463
Perfect scents; TRIED &TESTED. 197
Pony's tale unearthed in treasured history box; Memories of a beloved pony have been discovered in the grounds of a councillor's former home. Annie Roberts reports. 547
Pushkar opening; POST PeOPLe //every WeeK IN THe BIrMINGHAM POST - every MONTH IN LIvING. 164
Quiz of the Day. 167
Rescuing development. 362
Revving up for hospice fundraiser. 157
Rolling back the years with happy recollections of Dame Margot. 244
SARN HOUSE SHREWSBURY, pounds 575,000. 262
So who's in charge round here? Who really runs the West Midlands? It's a bit difficult to be certain, says Public Affairs Correspondent Paul Dale. 1802
Spacious elegance in a new home at Dorridge; Annie Roberts takes at look at a brand new, five-bedroomed house from Bloor Homes. 253
Spoilt for choice; Christopher Morley looks at the must-see concerts this week. 1019
St Modwen sell property for pounds 1.1m. 165
Stifling the creatives. 624
Street-wise about the numbers game. 1771
Stunt takes off with manufacturer's help. 483
Successful launch of Bishopsgate Wharf. 280
The codfather; SUNDAY SLEUTH. 520
The codfather; SUNDAY SLEUTH. 520
The crowd called out for Moor. 165
THE FEDERATION OF SMALL BUSINESS PRE-BUDGET REPORT WISHLIST. 263
The Full BP; PERSONAL TRAINER. 462
THE MONTH AHEAD. 436
THE MONTH AHEAD. 436
THE MONTH AHEAD. 436
The return of optimism. 506
The return of optimism. 506
The return of optimism. 506
The return of optimism. 506
The return of optimism. 506
The various viewing aspects of Threeways; Annie Roberts takes a look at a three-bedroomed bungalow that makes the most of its countryside location. 197
THIS MONTH YOU'LL MOSTLY BE... 159
THIS MONTH YOU'LL MOSTLY BE... 159
Timeless beauty; Annie Roberts takes a tour around Hammerwich Place Farm, a perfect example of Georgian splendour. 285
TOP TEN WEB HITS. 86
Top tips on re-packages. 364
Turning up the heat; With only two seasons - hot and hotter - Bali is the perfect destination for sun worshippers, as Alison Jones recently discovered. 1441
Turning up the heat; With only two seasons - hot and hotter - Bali is the perfect destination for sun worshippers, as Alison Jones recently discovered. 1441
Turning up the heat; With only two seasons - hot and hotter - Bali is the perfect destination for sun worshippers, as Alison Jones recently discovered. 1441
TV Choice. 217
TV Choice. 198
TV Choice. 201
TV Choice. 216
TV Choice. 201
TV Choice. 200
TV Choice. 218
Two nations clash at NIA. 257
Uncertain time must end soon; St Modwen's Midlands director, John Dodds, looks at why tension is mounting over the Long Marston site at Stratford upon Avon, with a decision due from planners next week. 731
Weakness of pound 'not helping UK exporters'. 405
WEDDINGS. 254
West Midlands firms delay purchases and investments ahead of upturn. 651
Wheels of foRTune; Ross Bearman tells alison Jones about his ambition to broaden many people's cheese horizons beyond the confines of Brie and Stilton. 684
White flag being waved over city's transport. 265
Who can fill culinary gap? 369
WIN Fashion at Your Fingertips. 225
Window of opportunity; Exclusive. 671
wired for sound. 95
WOODFIELD HOUSE SHREWSBURY, pounds 850,000. 159
y Why expect first-class food in economy seat? 530
Yearning for quiet please! 383

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