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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 1, 2009)

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A baker's dozen of young people; THRIVE. 290
Aberdeen parts deal provides Credit Suisse with a quarter-stake. 344
Adams store closures 'likely'. 112
Agricultural rent reviews are used by landlords to reap their own harvest; COMM PROP. 363
Always look on the bright side of life in these troubled times. 398
Archbishop - focus on others, not just woes of the economy. 231
Athletics: Lolo's on track for Glasgow; In association with 126
AWM's pounds 14m boost for All Saints scheme; REGENERATION. 628
BIRMINGHAM POST COMMENT: Council thrashing about in the deep end. 482
Blue chip cheer after worst year on record; MARKET REPORT SHARE PRICES In association with 313
Brown calls on British spirit to get through global crisis. 319
Car industry an absolute priority for Mandelson, says Midland MP. 248
Challenge to invest to beat the recession; THRIVE. 288
City not prepared to go overboard on big-money buys; In association with 290
Clothing firm Morgan falls victim to downturn; UPDATE. 142
Coleman turns to youngsters as he looks to dodge banana skin; In association with 420
Comic Lee on phone charge. 82
Credit crunch befalls Birmingham's dogs and cats. 287
Cricket: Johnson 'the wise old head' In association with 121
Cricket: Warne places defeat at the hands of bowlers; In association with 458
Database plan crucial to fight crime - Smith. 525
Death counter starts tolling; ART. 115
Djourou out to scare strikers in Gunners' new title push; In association with 343
Dozen hurt after 20-car pile-up in fog. 542
DTZ post clean sweep success; COMM PROP. 631
Eclectic dreams; CULTURE Ahead of Semyon Bychkov's visit, Terry Grimley talks to the Russian conductor. 1070
Edexcel clinches pounds 25m Sats deal. 401
Elokobi offers upbeat bulletin for New Year; COCA-COLA CHAMPIONSHIP In association with 589
ETA bomb TV station in Spain; FOREIGN. 144
Existing squad not star buys key for Mowbray; PREMIER LEAGUE In association with 608
Exorcise the ghost; AGENDA Bishop of Birmingham David Urquhart sets out a vision for saving Congo from more suffering. 1219
Factory blaze: pair rescued. 94
Farm land expected to buck property trend; COMM PROP. 481
Farm lands role in TV documentary. 362
Fond farewells and rapturous welcomes; CULTURE With a new year here, Christopher Morley recounts the highlights of 2008. 957
Football: Gerrard has timely support of Benitez; Charged Liverpool captain in 'very good talk' with manager In association with 590
Football: Let's make it a happy New Year says Petrov; High-flying Villa urged to kick off 2009 in good style. 554
Fresh threat to gas supplies; Daniel Fineren looks at the implications of the potentially disastrous gas crisis in the Ukraine. 724
FTSE closes 31pc down after a year to forget. 544
Fundraisers from the John Taylor Hospice; THRIVE. 237
Gifford fingers crossed for triumphant return of Killaghy Castle; In association with 238
Home Secretary's new year security warning smacks of 1984. 299
Horse Racing: Courses optimistic fixtures will go ahead; In association with 362
Horse Racing: Flowers for Turner; In association with 189
Horse Racing: King hopes Franchoek will deliver; In association with 340
Hotel will back hospice; THRIVE. 248
Inquiry shows need to create a greener skilled workforce; THRIVE. 509
Investment in training our greatest challenge; ECONOMY Geoff Percy, Chairman of the CBI West Midlands, calls for businesses to worry about the micro while the macro looks after itself. 633
Israeli air strikes on Gaza continue; FOREIGN. 484
Journey towards cost and eco efficiency; THRIVE. 277
Kevin's perfect end to 2008; john bright's 2008 review. 1197
Letter: Council's pay policy is not 'in tatters' - it's a roaring success. 271
Letter: M6 Toll owners have a cash cow. 422
Letter: Support for a National Defence Medal drive. 125
Letter: Time is running out to secure future of JLR. 145
Leukaemia cells killed by grape seed extract. 199
Lingfield; In association with 96
Looking on the bright side ... AGENDA. 522
Machete death - son charged. 88
Medieval sword fights could be just the thing for 'difficult' pupils. 326
Minding your Ps and Qs; Manners maketh the man, says Sam Wylie-Harris, despairing that modern etiquette leaves a lot to be desired LIFESTYLE. 897
Ministers have snouts in the pension trough; city view. 483
Money! Money! Money! ENTERTAINMENT. 107
Murder hunt after man's burnt body found by M45 embankment. 303
New signings would keep Blues players fresh says Bent. 635
New-look church is proving attractive. 236
Passengers 'shudder' at 6pc rise in rail fares. 447
Pinter makes his final bow; FUNERAL. 136
Quiz of the Day. 184
Railway station plan for pounds 60m Olympic pool site. 494
Record year for farm sales as investors turn to land; COMM PROP. 357
Redknapp in Defoe hope; In association with 120
Rugby Union: Worcester lose Tuitupou to injury for rest of campaign; In association with 308
Struggling Swiss bank UBS sells Bank of China stake at a discount. 412
The ice maiden is flying high; pen portrait. 271
Tories slam use of Lottery funds for 2012 Olympics instead of good causes. 346
Training cutbacks must be avoided at all costs; EDUCATION. 537
Unwanted gifts can help hospice; THRIVE. 120
We had 15 seconds to find cover before rocket landed; FOREIGN As the conflict in Gaza continues, Birmingham Post reporter Paul Bradley reflects on his recent visit to the region and the terrifying moment he came under fire from Hamas. 465
Why the Wye is set for a good year. 407

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