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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 11, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
'Priceless' Elgar archive is donated to museum. 400
'Ridiculous' plan for fire station tower. 523
A completely different type of bypass. 649
A home, and consulate, fit for a royal guest; WELSHWONDERS. 481
a night of hospitality at Wroxeter's new Roman town house WIN; Birmingham Post competition. 481
A night with a knight; Bill Howell gets close to history when he spends the dark hours at magnificent Kenilworth Castle. 1100
Abberley was a master - Amiss. 532
Agencies celebrate raft of new client victories. 458
Agency appointed by charity. 235
Albion free to dream in Roy's benign dictatorship. 613
All hail the quail. 665
Andy saved the day for Wolves' ace wing king. 430
Another red tape debacle. 395
Bank a benefit for the region. 404
Bank extends orchestra deal. 121
Bannan's setting out new Villa goals for the season. 699
Birmingham riots: Long-term fixes can lance this boil; viewpoint. 420
Blue skies and hidden secrets; Catherine Lillington enjoys a taste of Melbourne with its wide streets and subterranean designer shops. 1204
Blues team up with hospices. 156
CBI back to classroom as college deal bears fruit. 272
Charity wins by a nose. 305
Classical. 715
Classical; CD releases. 150
Closed for business - cost hits more than just shops; Anna Blackaby speaks to business owners who have suffered at the hands of the. 915
Comments from 442
Community anger after triple murder. 335
Community link with swimming pool plans. 359
contents. 111
Corporate Golf Challenge 2011. 694
Crime and disorder? Let's try the 18th century Big Society. 296
Deal drives growth at bus firm. Company overview 1528
Dear Editor, I do not [...]; viewpoint. 289
Dear Editor, It is 12.40pm [...]; viewpoint. 220
Dementia OAP may be priced out of day care. 584
Dorus is up for the challenge to be No.1 at Molineux. 324
Double trouble for Dominic; Interview: Dominic Cooper. 868
Drastic action is needed to protect the Olympics. 1015
Dryish summer and things are abuzz; Garden Watch. 464
Edgbaston based charity Edward's Trust [...]. 128
Eversheds jazzes it up to celebrate with its clients. 1209
Faith schools can be an inspiration. 418
Fans on losing side with football saving accounts. 548
Farm thefts force stately home to increase security. 492
Festival. 258
Finding your station in life. 276
Former CBSO conductor Fremaux marks his 90th. 193
Funding targets are resulting in pension overpayments. 321
Funds to galvanise growth plan. 1406
Gallagher head-hunting for top city talent. 522
Get your FREE copy of All Out Cricket! 126
Getting ahead in the kitchen; You could never accuse Ludlow culinary maestro Will Holland of being a 'country bumpkin' chef, says Richard McComb. 1315
Government probe into bankrupt finance adviser. 534
Green belt is'sacrosanct' - but only up to a point; The West Midlands has an acute housing shortage but Government proposals to force the pace of new building have been greeted with a storm of protest by conservationists who fear a freefor-all approach will put the countryside at risk, explains Public Affairs Correspondent Paul Dale. 879
GVA boules tournament. 126
Happy goats, great cheese; Every one of Sarah Hampton's 70 animals has a name - and her excellent produce benefits as a result, writes Richard McComb. 820
Hard-nosed ex-Rover chief makes return at new firm. 472
Head of state has pride of place on Mitchell's wall. 572
Historic business capitalises as Edgbaston off to winning start. 498
IN BRIEF...... 470
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Industrial firms deemed strong enough to face market turmoil. 537
It's summertime and the living is very busy; The summer is a surprisingly busy time for letting. Philip Jackson of Maguire Jackson offers a few suggestions of how to make sure you don't miss out on the perfect property PROPERTYEXPERT. 396
It's the end of the eurozone so face up to reality, says city MP. 512
Jazz Diary. 535
Jazz; CD releases. 151
Jerome set to wander to Bolton in a pounds 6m move. 284
Knight Frank is putting fires out with latest deal. 185
KPMG family business dinner. 118
Labour 'can learn' from city MP who saved seat. 384
Land Rover aficionados gear up for rare auction. 634
Landlords are in optimistic mood. 154
Legal battle over plans for New Street Station store. 568
Legal staff get wet for charity. 147
Living without fear; Ex-SAS soldier Bob Shepherd has witnessed some of the world's bloodiest conflicts. He tells Lorne Jackson what it is like to leave behind decades of danger for a life of writing. 1588
Local TV stations herald broadcasting's new dawn; Channel eight will become the home of a series of new local television stations serving towns and cities from Kidderminster to Birmingham, under plans drawn up by Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt. He spoke to Political Editor Jonathan Walker. 917
Looking down the centuries; Since Neolithic times, a mysterious Worcestershire hill has formed the focal point for generations of people, writes Chris Upton. 911
Midland firms fall victim to global chaos. 1230
Mike's back at the crease. 963
Millions wasted on council's redundant property portfolio. 1514
Monteith Scott celebrations. 173
Moseley mourns loss of long-standing stalwart. 241
Movies on release. 1265
MPs do the 'leading' in post-riot aftermath. 354
Muslim school can expand in ex-gun factory. 221
N'Zogbia is planning to be perfect 10 for Eck. 453
New face joins the ranks at chartered surveyors. 150
New housing strategy offers different set of problems. 770
New library shows its face. 129
New signing Shane set to be an action man for Hodgson. 330
No invite to Google Plus yet - not that I'm desperate. 348
No monkeying about this time; Graham Young and Roz Laws review the latest films. 1528
Olsson: We cannot afford to give teams a head start. 407
Only thing on Spector's mind is a Prem return. 416
Owner fields offers for the Wrekin Ruby. 427
PACE's summer ball raises pounds 2k. 109
Pain of seeing family firm go up in smoke. 381
Palace of harmony; The Herrenchiemsee palace in Germany was the perfect setting for a unique festival, writes Christopher Morley. 679
Pattie Boyd exhibition marks Brown Shipley's Birmingham expansion. 227
Payouts for Midland hospitals' negligence costs NHS pounds 70m. 1412
Poor taste in art by Her Majesty's Government; COMMENT. 210
Pop; CD releases. 154
pounds 7m lost as shoppers desert city. 801
PR firm brings in new director. 115
Profits fall after company goes on acquisition trail. 467
Progressive home that has defied the years; John Madin's work is the Marmite of architecture. Alison Jones discovers a unique house which he designed in Lapworth that still has its 60s style. 1232
Purchase brings four-fold turnover boost to Laidlaw. 673
QE Hospital is an oasis of kindness; viewpoint. 117
Queens Heath - a name that won't blow you away. 978
Quiz of the Day. 179
Reality check at Blues is welcomed by Hughton. 657
Reasons for riots, but no excuses; COMMENT. 552
Record interest expected in universities scramble. 596
Register your septic tank. 205
Retailer is final part of jigsaw at new retail site. 1207
Riot remnants are reminder of worse time. 417
Rovers' return holds no fears for McCarthy's men. 676
Saddle up and save the euro. 408
Saddle yourself with countryside perfection; Annie Roberts compares two equestrian properties currently on the market. 964
Sheba Exploration on the up. 114
Skills shortage takes bite out of denture maker's business plan. 426
Snippets. 280
Solicitor shuts up shop as small legal firms struggle; EXCLUSIVE. 647
Something for the weekend? 345
Squire Sanders Hammonds client golf day. 135
Strategies for life - not just massage; viewpoint. 466
Strong start puts finance firm in place for growth. 378
Struggling for an answer. 1129
Stunning transformation of listed Georgian home; Alison Jones explores a Grade II former Edgbaston drama school that has been converted into a fabulous house with every conceivable extra. 820
Stylish home with stables and 13 acres of potential. 383
Taste the green dream; Is there a finer cafe than the Green Cafe in Ludlow, Shropshire? Richard McComb. 885
Terrific Tendulkar is the best of the lot for me. 363
The week ahead; Jon Perks looks at what's happening near you during the next seven days. Calendar 257
Theatre. 673
This age of austerity is not the age of the high speed train; viewpoint. 260
Tiggy Winkles Day Care Nurseries [...]. 103
Time to get with the programme; BOOK REVIEW 32 Programmes: Dave Roberts. 297
Untested firms used by police after service axed. 1265
Waspish fly's sweet secret; Nature Notes. 483
Watercolours paint a picture of bygone era. 159
We need a national recovery strategy and to re-engage with the roots of our society. 839
We're all pulling in the right direction - McLeish. 313
Wrong maps blamed over Gun Quarter name debacle. 387

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