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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 20, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
'Still tough out there'. 296
'Worst is over' for city swine flu epidemic. 584
20.07.2009. 285
Airing grievances about Birmingham 'International' standards. 227
All's rosy in the garden after Eden grabs gold; ATHLETICS. 403
Astronauts mark milestone; NASA. 132
AUTOMOTIVE. 166
Bank profits bounce back; BANKING. 1234
Betterpr growth continues after securing Urban Living contract. 252
Birmingham's proud broadcasting history; On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the oldest broadcast association in the world - which was founded in Birmingham in the gloom of the 1930s - Mike Owen, the longest-serving chairman of TRIC Midlands, reflects on the changing face of the media throughout its long history. 639
Black cab-maker Manganese Bronze has [...]. 266
Bobby's back with an audio-visual feast. 529
Bromsgrove collapse again to leave them bottom of pile; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE REVIEW. 416
Brothers in Armed Forces reunited in Afghanistan. 211
Cameron condemns helicopter 'scandal' n Tories pledge equipment boost for front-line troops. 354
Changes help turnover rise at Mills & Reeve; LEGAL. 416
Chemists need some medicine. 424
Chilling fields; Jon Perks finds out how festival founders manage to keep their event fresh after 15 years. 854
City of Culture bid calls for a sensible approach. 666
Clarke ton gives Aussies glimmer of hope; THE ASHES: SECOND TEST n Record run chase still on after early Flintoff wickets. 846
Components firms get a pounds 3.5m fighting fund; AUTOMOTIVE. 474
Council fears website ridicule. Website overview 181
Cruise ship heading for Britain for only launch of the year. 292
DEATHS. 179
Depth of Lord's roots explored in enjoyable fashion. 288
Digby: Jacqui too inexperienced; EXPENSES. 140
Don't panic ... it's only a Wizard way to keep play clean. 479
Dramatic changes during past year for car-makers on both sides of the Atlantic. 441
Dreaming of a cool tea shop. 474
Election in spring is predicted after polls. 589
Evolving naturally and organically with friends; Shambala Festival, which celebrates its tenth birthday this year, has quietly built up a dedicated following through word of mouth alone. Anna Blackaby talks to Sid Sharma, one of five friends who run the festival, about its distinctive ethos. 557
Familiar failings haunt social services; COMMENT. 437
Fat Dog Film & Media reflects broader range. 131
Fluid's game for Monster Hunter. 113
Heartbreak as Westwood is denied by one missed putt. 453
IN THE SPOTLIGHT. 102
Inquiry: Social Services in city a complete failure; EXCLUSIVE. 566
Is the R& Amissing an Open goal by not charging its hosts? BUSINESS OF SPORT. 874
Jazzing it up at breakfast. 121
Just what is the point of public-private partnerships? 279
Life's WorldF3rst concept for a mean green machine. 450
Mandelson in plea over JLR; AUTOMOTIVE. 533
Music legend Ozzy Osbourne - [...]. 95
My flowers the only tribute at cenotaph. 394
New models making debuts at Midlands Motor Show. 460
New owner is bullish about BSC's potential; MANUFACTURING. 470
Old gunslinger rides off with dignity intact; THE OPEN n History gets away but classic sporting memories remain. 1385
Osborne set to axe FSA in financial culture change. 372
Output figures D-day. 236
Pavershooz can getbackonthewinning trail and [...]. 273
Pay What You Want pays off. 474
Pennon well-placed in a choppy water world; SHARE WATCH. 314
PFI loan to help rebuild high rise estate. 244
Pick of the day. 192
Plumbing merchants sold out of the family after 82 years; SERVICES. 174
Porritt, the green guru, gives city advice on targets. 375
Posh display pushes Villa young guns into spotlight. 431
POST flickr. 112
pounds 500m Government aid 'has not helped jobless'. 460
President gives the toast. 166
Pro40 proves a washout again after rain ends Bears' hopes. 203
Profound music in a fine setting; review. 287
Promoter Frank Warren has [...]. 651
Quiz of the Day. 162
Rees Bradley Hepburn wins through to advert final. 198
Ride outside the rails; Railnews director Alan Marshall warns that high-speed trains could bypass Birmingham. 1073
Robbed of my precious time; city view. 461
S& X delays tenth birthday bash to host Ellesse's glitterati party. 225
Sculptures exhibition. 146
SHAREWATCH. 108
Smith offers friendly parting shot from Rangers as Ferguson links up with Blues. 380
Some optimism returning among financial officers; SURVEY. 299
SOS to keep medal in city. 197
Stop faffing - just do it! pen portrait. 220
Strong shift towards smaller cars, Jato says. 506
Swann still confident of England celebration. 621
Teens don't say exams are easy. 510
Tennis starlet Drew sets sights on podium at European festival. 340
The welcome of whoops, chants [...]. 247
Toyota to build new hybrid at UK plant. 552
Trialists and fit-again Roberts impress for Walsall. 294
Two injured in city stabbings. 556
UK Westminster passing debt on to English taxpayers. 288
Unheralded work shines; review. 293
Virus threat to early recovery. 178
Warwickshire play it safe and grind out bonus points; Warwickshire drew with Lancashire. 381
Watson in a philosophical mood as Open defeat sinks in. 418
Website window investment fund task for Switch. Website overview 224
West Midlands is still feeling recession pain; INSOLVENCIES. 369
Why we are failing our children; BACKGROUND Public Affairs Correspondent Paul Dale looks at the issues behind the huge failures in the city's children's services. 882
Wily coyote a smart worker. 391
Young Villa take time to get going; PETERBOROUGH UNITED... 0 ASTON VILLA... 3. 527
Zero Carbon option; Martin and Lisa Wilson searched for a home, couldn't find one, built one instead and plan to go a step further, as they tell Patrice John. 1086

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