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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 15, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
'Fonz' exit talk is wide of the mark insist Villa. 439
'Rebuild West Bromwich as UK's political capital'. 224
'Sherly's' back with a bang; Graham Young and Roz Laws review the latest films. 1376
'You plan for your future but you don't know what your future is' Dave Hodgson is under no illusion about what is happening to him as he fights cancer. He tells Richard McComb about fulfilling dreams and coping day by day. 2848
2,500 complaints against financial services upheld. 317
A big thing in a small package; Edward Stephens puts the new Toyota Yaris through its paces. 603
A hairy month of fundraising. 307
A hat-trick of literary gems; BOOK REVIEW. 342
A pension for the long haul Rolls into town; Jeremy Gates looks at the nation's money issues and reports on Rolls-Royce's pounds 3 billion pension 'longevity swap' with Deutsche Bank. 1028
A top six finish is within our grasp, says Burke. 604
A traditional Nativity; Youngsters can now enjoy the famous Christmas tale in a beautiful setting, writes Graham Young. 750
A tree is not just for Christmas... Nature Notes. 445
A trip back through time; Chris Upton ventures further afield in the second part of his books of the year recommendations. 893
Academy set to help with youth training. 633
Act boosts whistleblowing firm. 393
Admit it - we never have believed in Europe... 386
Advertising agency gets a beautiful appointment; A round up of news from the region's creative sector in the past week. 1096
An awkward time for insolvency practitioners to drink Champagne... viewpoint. 127
An inspiring tour around Birmingham. 386
An investment manager at Birmingham's [...]. 129
And so, a farewell to arms. 970
Annual chaos after post office closures; viewpoint. 145
Art and culture are essential; COMMENT. 567
Baggies 1-0 is value at 10/1. 364
Bank funded care home opens in Birmingham. 377
Barclays Wealth. 149
Biblical date is a seminal milestone in our history. 461
Building nursed back to health. 451
Call to expel 'Nazi' gaffe Midlands MP. 319
Cambodia is'new China' in Halfords'supply chain; Business Staff. 857
Carter content with team's Championship momentum. 463
CBSO Symphony Hall The [...]; Classical Reviews. 295
Celebration of Santa Lucia. 161
Character home with outstanding views; PONDHOUSE. 745
Charity's plan for hospice gets backing of solicitors; A round up of news from the region's legal sector in the past week. 1174
Charming Holly Cottage. 275
Children from a Birmingham school [...]. 112
CII presentation to candidates. 240
City arts heritage struggles to cope as funding slashed. 1224
City should demand the mo o ost powerful mayor in Britain. 858
Classical; CD releases. 140
Coal firm fined pounds 1.2m after deaths in Midland pits. 429
Comments from; On High Speed Rail. 743
Competitive bidding sees five properties sold. 237
contents. 102
Corking stocking fillers; Clive Platman looks at some ideal festive gifts for wine-lovers. 841
CPBigwood contract. 164
Criminal penalties for businesses require caution. 702
David Cameron - a lapdog or a British bulldog? viewpoint. 432
Delays to pension reform adds to the confusion. 817
Delph back in the frame to face Liverpool. 331
Disappointed Baggies are made to pay the penalty. 529
Do us all a favour and buy British this Christmas... 415
Does your school make the grade? 919
Downing tells Albion players to keep focus. 304
Driving Forward to a brighter future; With a new chief executive, a new chairman and a new home, is it the start of a new era for Birmingham Forward? 1665
Duck for the geese; Mike Wood gets up at the crack of dawn to watch a remarkable spectacle of nature. 1161
Edwards prospects now brighter after scare. 320
Employing outside expertise - at a price; COMMENT. 197
Empty trains at peak times 'undermines' case for HS2. 631
Enterprises win thousands of pounds from community awards. 313
Film / Fashion / Dining [...]. 122
Finders keepers, losers weepers for No.2 Brad. 626
Fir the love of Christmas. 1034
Firms expect profit rise despite economic woes. 467
From Pole to Pole with a sound mesage; Diane Parkes speaks to a environmental film-maker about close encounters with inquisitive bears and a walrus - and the pressing need to protect a precious ecosystem from global warming. 1521
Gently does it as landmark windmill has roof restored. 372
Gleeson returns with new firm. 140
Green and pleasant homes; There has never been more reasons to examine the energy efficiency of a property you are considering to purchase. Alison Jones looks at a batch currently on the market with an A-C green rating. 554
Guns and knives among items seized at courts. 605
Halesowen Orchestra Cornbow Hall, Halesowen [...]; Classical Reviews. 346
Harnessing collective buying power for good. 480
Hemming in clash over care. 125
Hospitality firm wins cricket deal. 162
Hunt: Local TV station can be on air in two years. 631
Hunting for the'God Particle' Business Staff. 724
Insurance can sometimes be the best investment. 781
Interiors firm completes two refurbishments. 270
Investing for future growth in Midlands. 993
Investing in employee health is in everybody's interest. 424
Investment at times like this has to be welcomed. 890
Investors must act on energy legislation. 351
Jarvis hopes to pick up six points at Molineux. 383
Jazz; CD releases. 146
Jobs threatened as DVLA Midland offices to close; A round up of the most popular stories from in the past week. 1274
Large family home in desirable Edgbaston; Alison Jones reports on an extensive house in a much sought-after area with plenty of room for a growing family. 522
Long delivers Bees rally cry. 428
Made-up; Eye liners. 108
Make time to unwind; Alison Jones takes a look at a selection of seasonal treats. 597
MBO completed at finance firm; A round up of news from the region's finance sector in the past week. 1458
Members of the Kraft Foods [...]. 128
Messiah City of Birmingham Choir [...]; Classical Reviews. 279
Mick refuses to Stoke the fire over hot towels. 610
Midlands Retail Dinner with David Wild. 148
Morrison's not taking his place for granted. 444
Mose set out on mission possible. 1451
Movies on release. 1176
New era dawns with fair maidens at Bard's school. 267
New VP on board at business group. 109
Office and hotel scheme set for city centre eyesore. 629
Office move heralds new jobs for Grant Thornton; EXCLUSIVE. 579
Only Twits fail to see loss of real journalism. 421
Opus in hub deal with APC Overnight. 303
Perfect partnership for Holmes... and Downey; Interview: Robert Downey Jr. 879
Platini set to lift the lid on third-party contracts. 967
Pop; CD releases. 158
postflickr. 107
pounds 1.2m in fight against gangs. 201
pounds 19k raised for young people. 223
pounds 20,000 for 'program change'. 750
pounds 20m new-look NIA plans to put it on the world stage. 396
pounds 45m rescue deal secures 120 club jobs. 327
Programme reveals 1,800 new jobs in Birmingham. 433
Property firm launched after pounds 6m funds agreed. 607
Proud associate member of Considerate Constructors. 232
PxP launches new development. 139
Quiz of the Day. 172
Red hot; Baby, it's cold outside ... but things are hotting up for Christmas. Red is, yet again, the colour of the season, says Zoe Chamberlain. 492
REI makes credit deal amid plans for growth. 406
Sale of laptops signals the end of newspaper dreams in city. 343
Sales bonanza brings busy year to a close; Alison Jones reports on the success of two recent property auctions held in the region. 467
Season's greetings for new charity development. 388
Shaylor - embracing a culture of responsibility; Leading Midlands construction company Shaylor is committed to supporting The Considerate Constructors Scheme and strives to achieve a rating above the average score of 31, on as many projects as possible. Director Richie Shaylor reports on how this is achieved and why it is an essential part of the company ethos and the values that define the group and its approach to business. 700
Shepherd wins pounds 17 million UCB contract. 284
Show respect and save our war memorials; viewpoint. 271
Snippets. 296
sodes derived from the simple [...]. 265
State funds for widening of major city link road. 295
Students and staff from South [...]. 106
Taking care of business while hitting a high note. 195
The choice between active and passive investments. 757
The Christmas spirit lives on; viewpoint. 228
The future is Bright. 262
The power of positive thought... and a blue slide. 567
The Sixteen Birmingham Town Hall [...]; Classical Reviews. 207
The The week ahead; Jon Perks looks at what's happening near you during the next seven days. Calendar 173
There's more to a festive market than selling nuts. 365
Three years of no growth in Midlands economy. 736
Top city hotel in administration. 491
Top fireman is chosen to judge BYPY awards. 235
Trading with China' seminar. 210
Tradition and nostalgia sets festive tone; Jazz Diary. 487
Treatment table; 17.5 minutes to super fitness. 376
Tree trimmings; Gadgets. 185
Trio lettings at Midland firm. 210
Triumph of deception; Christopher Morley reflects on how Beethoven's Ninth Symphony premiere was a slap in the face for London. 762
Turkish delight as trade office opens. 718
Two for price of one at English Heritage sites; Birmingham Post offer. 178
Unemployment rises as lack of confidence bites. 201
Violas are delight to the senses; Garden Watch. 336
What the Dickens is going on? Graham Young speaks to entertainer Al LePage who is bringing Dickens to the masses - the old-fashioned way. 862
Willmott Dixon helps elderly residents put their feet up. 330
WMCCE remains important catalyst for innovation and best practice; Constructing Excellence. 651
Workers at Morgan Motor Company [...]. 102
Yates hopes to see Jack back at Robins. 250

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