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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 14, 2009)

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14 kids injured in school bus crash. 155
14.07.2009. 284
Agency grows in confidence. 341
Archbishops to rule on cuts in Church of England posts. 387
Asian jewels in the crown. Awards list 675
ASTON UNIVERSITY DEGREES. 3192
Audience with a blast from the past at the cricket. 468
Banking bail-outs cost every UK home pounds 1,000. 593
Blue collar staff are the worst-hit. 487
Bring voting power back to the regions. 305
British economy 'needs manufacturing power, not financial bubbles' says expert. 405
Broadhurst honoured at striking Open's first ball; GOLF: n Atherstone's best drawn in opening group. 618
Brown insists troops have right kit to fight Taliban. 358
Children left home alone when blaze broke out, court told. 306
City hospital helping all tongue-tied babies. 876
City nurse wins union VP vote. 112
Consider patent action carefully. 353
Duke of York to open new JCB factory. 311
Dunelm grows in declining market; RETAIL. 135
Eager Jaguar customers placing blind XJ orders. 664
Easing your cash flow problems. 313
Eastside courts plan a step closer to reality. 417
FA rule Newcastle out of Utrecht date; FOOTBALL. 189
Fervour of our food talk. 530
Flashes at end of the tunnel; city view. 452
Flintoff doubt with scan on same knee requiring recent operation. 455
Froch in defence of title against Dirrell; BOXING. 117
Funding problem remains as ambitious pounds 90m investment plan for city pools backed. 371
Furniture maker gets top table at embassies. 607
Galvanising firm boosted by securing contract treble. 285
Georgia's wish come true; Many little girls dream of having long tresses. Diane Parkes tells how that dream came true for one six-year-old with a rare condition. 849
Goalkeeper Krysiak staying at Blues after clarity row; ANDY WALKER, STAFF WRITER. 307
Having children 'devastates' pay. 130
Health alert over North Korea leader. 322
High-speed rail route debate sparks call for NEC stop off. 261
Hints on how to ease the pain. 447
Holiday headache for part-time staff. 360
Hot Prospects launch event. 115
Insulation firm protects itself by changing path. 399
Insurer Friends Provident rejects Resolution takeover advances. 341
Iwelumo surgery today on broken metatarsal. 468
Juror affected by injury photo; COURTS. 129
Khan aiming to conquer Kotelnik and then Hatton; BOXING. 407
King Edward masterplan urged before arts centre. 312
KM& T branch out into new 'lean thinking' healthcare. 263
Leading sculptor inspires youngsters to create. 172
Lessons in spending; Former Chief Inspector of Schools Chris Woodhead gives a low mark to Labour policies. 1071
Lets Roll can drag Chris [...]. 394
Liberia rebel leader Taylor to cite role of 'peacemaker'. 581
Mafe uses experience to create lean and fit Albion; FOOTBALL - CHAMPIONSHIP: n Former Olympic sprint star to get squad into shape. 622
Mixing old and new on a grand scale; Jonathan Shaw is a photographer who likes to push boundaries. Terry Grimley finds out how. 1035
Mother and son arranged string of sham marriages. 248
Motor-home group British again. 512
New directors take control at expanding mailing house and print specialist. 275
Opportunity for Bears to build form; CRICKET - PRO40: Warwickshire's chance to start winning habit. 899
Patience is key to recoup bank bail-out cash; COMMENT. 417
Pick of the day. 203
Plan A is the only plan. 179
Plea to help find my long-lost cousins. 121
Police officer spared jail for leaking details. 678
POST PEOPLE; DLA Piper reception. 85
Potential Friends takeover sparks late market rally; MARKET REPORT. 532
Professor to step down as from medical school post. 300
Put property inside a pension wrapper. 311
PwC upbeat about sector's future if production firms play to their strengths. 348
Quiz of the Day. 178
Ready-to-go Davies has silverware on his mind; FOOTBALL: n Defender relishing long, hard road to glory this time round. 491
Record numbers of foodies help Taste event boom in face of crunch. 264
Reforms needed to expand new green schemes for jobs boost. 256
Rentokil seals deal to rid Libyan rats. 302
Report calls for couples to be given 'cooling off period' before divorce. 294
Respects paid at cathedral to vicar's son in swimming tragedy. 252
Sadness at Albion over Hartson cancer ordeal. 296
Sale deal firm had already asked to go into administration. 203
Son, soldier, artist - but too young to die a hero. 246
Stereotypes 'hold back' women's business role. 698
Suspected Nazi guard is charged; GERMANY. 132
Swine flu probe into deaths of GP and girl. 463
Teenage soldiers 'were too young for front line'. 517
Tevez agrees to join Manchester rivals; FOOTBALL. 104
Tory pledge to increase overseas aid. 388
Toy collection expected to fetch thousands at auction. 239
Trapped miners chewed coal to survive for 25 days. 90
Twitter fights to charm teens; A recent report by a 15-year-old intern at Morgan Stanley about how young people access their media sent consternation through the Twittersphere. Here Solihull teenager Anna Cooban gives her take on what's hot and what's not in the media world. 875
UK 'soft touch' for traffickers; IMMIGRATION. 121
University creates more places. 537
UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM DEGREES. 3331
Warning downgraded as Metalrax trades in line with expectations. 294
We must be told the full costs of providing swimming baths. 287
When the will to win comes at a price for the gentlemen's sport. 664
Young model's dying call: 'He's stabbed me'. 714
Young soldiers being left to pay the tune by cynical politicians. 318

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