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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 3, 2011)

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'Giving GPs the money and the power is the only way forward' Health Correspondent Alison Dayani talks to a Birmingham GP tasked with spearheading the Government's most far-reaching health reforms for 60 years. 1002
750,000 set to pay higher rate of tax. 577
A company where every voice matters. 353
A cut above; The Sixties 'Don'. 380
A dinner date with millions; TV series Come Dine With Me has become a cult foodie favourite. Jon Perks spoke to one woman who experienced the reality cookery show first hand - with a little help from Michelin-starred chef Glynn Purnell. 1073
A Farmhouse feud; Glebe Farmhouse may have had a colourful history, but it pales into insignificance after former owners Andrew and Gail Wallbank's recent run-in with the Anglican Church, writes Annie Roberts. 320
A traditional home with presidential style; Alison Jones takes the tour of a Grade II village house with stunning contemporary interiors. 526
A truly sustainable business. 477
Agency brings in marketing expert. 146
All-American hero. 412
Anger as safe areas branded crime hotspots by website. 426
Another acquisition for Amey. 241
Antiques Roadshow in city. 112
Appointment at consultancy. 228
Appointment is major deal for forces business. 520
Award-winning home and countryside views; Alison Jones reports on a countryside home with a large extension that delighted planners in the Malvern Hills. 886
Bale packs the punch; Graham Young and Roz Laws review the latest films. 1354
BBC Sports Unsung Hero Awards night. 256
Beijing may be crowded but the people have a spring in their step. 786
Below-cost tendering as builders face hard times. 825
BHSF a company where CSR is built in, not bolt on. 507
Birmingham Science Park hosts tech entrepreneurs. 147
Blues new boy kept Carter in the dark. 568
Bosses get behind the bar. 225
Brought up on beer; Forget soft drinks - in the old days schools relied on brewers to keep their young charges hydrated. By Chris Upton. 942
Building a relationship. 217
Bustling suburb that has retained its village roots; Louise Denny and y Jack Pepper explore the affluent area of Aldridge. 990
Buy-in at manufacturing firm. 216
Call centre wins pounds 1bn council contract despite its'failings'. 904
Camilla joins The Archers - just for a day. 203
Care home pays pounds 40k after neglecting patient. 941
Caring Jimmy is still happy to help others; Editor Alun Thorne caught up with an entrepreneur who made his fortune from animation and is now looking to branch out into the care sector. 1319
Casino G hosts charity lunch. 223
Catalyst advises pounds 55m finance firm takeover. Company overview 452
Celeb auction. 103
Challinors opens new office amid expansion. 403
Chef launches pop-up venture. 121
City firm advises on giant business park; A round up of news from the region's commercial property sector in the past week. 1093
City's MIPIM team is'larger than ever'. 347
Classic styling with all mod cons; Experience the best of both worlds, with this traditional home built by Rajkowski Developments, writes Annie Roberts. 340
Classical; Mozart: Works for Solo Organ Peter King. 151
ClassicalReviews. 793
Clearwater advises acquisition. 233
Clients join BYPY winner at new firm. 232
Comments from 399
Communities in safe hands. 507
Confidence is a vital factor. 367
contents. 110
Contract wins for HR firm. 195
Council goes ahead crematorium plans. 164
Dealing with China - where do you begin? 555
Delivering global excellence. 523
Designer styles Citroen hatch. 112
Digital marketing firm in expansion. 108
DIY dine with me; Jon Perks and friends get cooking. 631
Doing great food a good service; DINING OUT. Restaurant review 1337
Drivers balloted over pay; A round up of the most popular stories from the past week on 1318
Driving improvements within the community. 616
Edgbaston looks to the future. 950
Elected mayor will give city the strong leadership it needs; Political parties are being urged to wake up to the probability that Birmingham will soon be governed by a directly elected mayor and to begin a Great Debate on the issue, reports Public Affairs Correspondent Paul Dale. 1031
Eliminating the asbestos threat. 508
Extra time for Clock Tower plan. 201
Fairer funding means pain elsewhere. 382
Finally entering the realm of pensions simplification. 785
Firm agrees 10-year Hagley Road lease. 284
George Green LLP wine tasting event. 119
George paints pretty picture of economy. 457
Grasp the steering wheel; Businessview. 1116
Harvesting books; Graham Young emerges himself in Dickens and Proust at the West Midlands' largest second hand bookshop. 782
High speed station site to be temporary events venue. 349
Honda gets jazzy with new hybrid; The beloved CVT is back in an extended range by popular demand, writes Edward Stephens. 704
Hospice calls for willing runners. 127
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In the service of Birmingham; COMMENT. 581
Investbx for sale as locals lose interest in exchange. 399
Investment will suffer without Chinese air link; As China celebrates its new year, the Post looks at efforts being made to improve trade with the thriving economy. 738
It's Miller (TV) time. 127
Jaguar Land Rover has awarded [...]; IN BRIEF...... 114
Jazz; Identity By Subtraction Denys Baptiste. 155
JLR rejection blow for manufacturing centre. 583
Keeping CLEUD up on property restrictions; Alex Robinson, an Associate with Warwickshire law firm Lodders, says there areways of getting round: PROPERTY EXPERT. 360
Keeping the show on the road; Chris Morley talks to the principal conductor of Birmingham Royal Ballet about the demands of a modern touring company. 1053
Khan insists that he will check in with Bears in April. 349
Labour threatens to withdraw its support for high speed rail. 689
Library turns over a new leaf as it prepares to move; Some of Birmingham's most treasured possessions are being packed up to be shipped to a new home. Alison Jones reports on the tricky removal operation. 1072
Life in the trenches; Terry Grimley previews a play which nearly never happened, but made a Dudley man's Hollywood career. 1386
Logging on to 1055
Longbridge funding bid despite RGF confusion. 463
Made-up. 138
Make life easy for the birds in your garden; Nature Notes. 576
Manufacturing activity grew in January [...]; IN BRIEF...... 147
Midlands claims a passing interest in tournament. 375
Movies on release. 1024
MPs banking on interns as a free source of labour. 816
Museum and Art Gallery merger with Thinktank to save money. 487
New man appointed to McAuliffe board. 216
New site inspired by famous faces. 436
Not what Eric ordered; Ironangle. 985
Odemwingie looking forward to seeing Vela make an impact. 362
Old Trafford just a blip in Villa revival, says Houllier. 379
On edge of an abyss after death of a child; Interview: Nicole Kidman. 638
Pallasades manager takes Retail Birmingham position. 330
Plans to take aviation team to a new plane. 371
Pop; Rolling Blackouts The Go! Team. 163
pounds 123m campus plans for Eastside are reborn. 507
pounds 21m sale of retail park. 143
Prepare the ground for spring; Garden Watch. 409
Prime rents set to remain stable. 517
Protection specialist to cover up at Sellafield. 482
Putting the g customer at the heart of Payments. 442
PwC in the Midlands. 486
Quiz of the Day. 180
Real freedom expression; With his punk-fusion rural inspired countrywear, Birmingham born designer Upender Mehra has shaken up the attitudes of the gentry, writes Zoe Chamberlain. 1107
Recognising and rewarding excellence. 972
Recruitment firm records sales rise. Financial report 139
Retro rally cars for Midlands. 134
Revisiting the past; Andy Coleman chats to folk rockers Fairport Convention about their upcoming tour. 905
Rewarding firms with heart. 254
Richard puts Youngs right at the heart of new England. 444
Robotics firm seeks grant boost. 235
Rose finally ready to bloom at Millennium. 382
Royal Mail Group - at the heart of the community. 854
Runners-up in running again. 291
Sales to China soar as firms feed the tiger. 1199
Savills takes on planning expert. 185
Science Park offers more help with tech growth. 272
Screen heritage of the region to be preserved for future generations. 255
Search begins for sponsor for new pounds 32m development. 205
Service Birmingham's statement of intent. 572
Silver lining to legal action over pounds 1 million; viewpoint. 304
Six Nations still Magg-ic for Kev. 979
Sketching a vision of great art; looks at a spectacular new exhibition celebrating the work of the Pre-Raphaelites. 773
Snippets. 298
Solicitor made charity trustee. 132
Solving clients' problems with forward thinking perceptions. Company overview 461
Stable outlook for private equity. 683
Steve Hill and friends. 406
Striving to be the best - G4S Care & Justice Services. 864
Successful Moog Fusion. 147
Supply chain firm wins major deal. 121
Tarnished legacy of Olympic stadium. 850
The challenge employment changes pose. 332
The eyes have it. 707
The message from history: it's all about networks. 369
The Old Hall - it's a little extraordinary; This Temeside property's church hall heritage ensures that this is one home that stands out from its neighbours, says Alison Jones. 280
The Venice of Germany; Marcus Queenborough takes a family camping trip to Germany and is struck by the beautiful surroundings. 885
The week ahead; What's happening near you during the next seven days. Calendar 241
Theatre review. Theater review 262
There's a real buzz about the Hive. 608
Things hotting up in January. 410
Threatened architectural gem could be moved to new location; viewpoint. 282
Tickets on sale for Bell dinner. 110
Toyota city car goes high tech. 107
Tracing the decorated soldier and grandfather I never knew; viewpoint. 170
Train drivers no closer to resolving pay dispute. 344
Treat ahead as Uri Caine meets Mahler. 532
Trust me to protect the poorest, says leader. 448
Two names, one vision; Lorne Jackson finds the artist 'Bob and Roberta Smith' is a man with a burning message about the frightening times we live in. 997
Tyre firm appoints new director. 211
University partnership will mean joint degrees - but no job losses. 906
Virgin vows to fill gap left by loss of Midland service; PostBusiness. 659
Volunteers do pounds 4.6 million of unpaid work for the city. 262
Whitby could be mayor - without being elected; EXCLUSIVE. 589
Whitby wins the lottery without buying a ticket; COMMENT. 210
Why are we sacrificing new jobs now for ones years down the line? viewpoint. 303
Why the Far East can teach us the sum is greater than the parts; Birmingham-based international leadership expert Joanna Tong considers whether the recent China-UK trade deal went far enough. 706
WIN a state-of-the-art cappuccino machine; Birmingham Post competition. 429
Working to create a culture of excellence at Trent & Dove. 229
Young designers' Facebook launch. 122

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