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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 2, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
'Racist' advert another stain on Cadbury. 588
'Unjust and unfair': Would-be academies could leave council with huge costs. 841
'Vaccination alone won't stop spread of TB'. 393
5,000 miles east - but China is a long way ahead of us. 1337
A 'Reform' we can ill-afford; COMMENT. 576
A bunch of losers; The source of our football team's failure internationally is ingrained in the squad's psyche, claims a new book. Graham Young reports. 879
A courtroom drama being streamed. 389
A cut above; Summer splendour. 370
A man with the personal touch; Andrew Grant tells Jon Perks the secrets of his success in a property business that has withstood the test of time. 694
A mouthwatering home on the border. 306
A paranoid android over data-sharing. 365
A team from Coventry property [...]. 124
A third of city children are in poverty - but we can offer some hope. 821
Anger over split garden show plan. 254
Appeal as wind farm mast bid rejected again. 184
Arts never been in more need. 791
Asian community to be targeted by new service. 392
Banks should now deliver. 391
Bid to improve standard of care at QE hospital. 370
Bigwood auction sales set to top pounds 8 million. 566
Birmingham camera action! The King's Speech may have grabbed the glory at the Oscars but UK film-makers still face significant challenges when it comes to getting productions off the ground. However, in Birmingham low budget movie-making is thriving as producers and directors come up with fresh ways to realise their visions. Alison Jones reports. 1853
Birmingham gets a taste of the Caribbean. 198
Birmingham-designed hotel opens for first time. 174
Blues starting to adjust to life outside top flight. 463
Brindleyplace Dragonboat Festival briefing. 191
Call for councils to take over ailing care homes. 614
Change in store as new face joins retail group. 479
Chiltern Railways best for business. 488
City stalwart in line for rare civic honour. 197
Classical. 446
Classical. 159
Cloudy Bay wines five-course lunch. 141
Comments from birminghampost.net. 409
Community centre opens at church. 115
Composer's view of city strikes a chord. 419
Conservation efforts pay off for butterflies. 254
contents. 167
CONTENTS. 138
Council forks out for'cuts event'. Conference news 581
Crafty gardening; Suzi McLaughlin is 'growing' a unique display made entirely of paper. Alison Jones spoke to her. 795
Danish perfection; Emily Bridgewater enjoys an unusual gastronomic marathon at the world's best restaurant - Noma. 1000
Dedication to the cause sees Phoenix flying high. 300
Developer hits back over 'garden grabbing' refusal. 438
Downing's future is not determined by Houllier. 347
Edgbaston courts favour with the 30th anniversary of Priory Classic. 921
Energy bonds could put wind in investors' sails. 633
Feelers out as JLR eyes plant site in China. 546
field of dreams; Zoe Chamberlain puts the glamour into camping. 314
FIFA are tarnished by a succession of scandals. 1074
Financial constraint expected to ease. 223
Fire won't derail glass museum scheme. 259
Firm encouraged in hunt for oil. 660
First class outing for the young X-Men; Roz Laws and Alison Jones review the latest films. 1470
Forget status, Birmingham just needs to get on with it; viewpoint. 241
Four phases before going to market. 214
Fruit and nut; Alison Jones delves into a selection of exotic skin care products. 622
Generation drifting to a cash-strapped old age. 517
Grade II* Elizabethan timbered country house. 649
Groundsman is hoping for some help from above. 389
Group lands pounds 5m worth of renewables contracts. 559
Guide highlights all that sparkles about the area's history. 231
Half marathon joins elite events on world stage. 580
Health trouble-shooter to champion patients' cause. 626
Heath Lambert sold to US firm. 117
High speed rail is needed, but opponents still have a point; viewpoint. 376
HIGHLIGHTS. 216
History is the future; A dowdy depot with an historic past has been reborn as one of the Midlands' loveliest small hotels, says Richard McComb. 885
HMRC clampdown; Commercial feature. 400
HS2 is about the greater needs of UK; viewpoint. 286
Hughes is front-runner to take over from Gerard. 393
IN BRIEF...... 356
IN BRIEF...... 469
IN BRIEF...... 553
INSIDE. 207
Insurance shock as drivers pay premium for increased fraud. 764
Jazz Diary. 442
Jazz. 161
JCB ladies step out in colourful style for charity. 268
Kickstart for gateway as pounds 24m hotel work begins. 545
Law Society boss locks horns with unswayed Hemming. 724
Leafy affluence at the foot of the Lickey Hills; Melissa Tisdale and Ryan Millward explore the attractions of Barnt Green and take a look at six of the finest properties currently on the market. 920
Litter louts are getting away with it scot free; viewpoint. 215
Made-up; Facial exfoliator. 134
Magical powers and foul deeds up high; Children's Book. 438
Management reshuffled at PKF after promotions. 997
Masshouse buys out of flats deal. 136
Mayoral race will be good for city, says Zissman. 290
Merger opens Eversheds up to Middle East growth. 159
Midland victory over empty rates. 344
Mixed season could end on high note for Carson. 344
More jobs as Paragon expands to fill market gap. 222
Movies on release; New Films This Week. 980
Navratilova delighted to join in with celebrations. 427
New city library is already overpowering; viewpoint. 273
New drive to polish up Jewellery Quarter; The Jewellery Quarter is unquestionably one of the gems in Birmingham's crown but has perhaps never quite reached its full potential. However, all that may be about to change. Editor Alun Thorne reports. 1136
New Edgbaston cricket ground bowls them over. 670
Newman latest university with global aspirations. 287
No parade and now relegation - it's a tragedy. 388
Panic averted - JLR's in the best of health. 415
Peer jailed for pounds 11,000 expenses fraud. 245
Politicians take leaf out of journalists' expense book. 385
Pop. 256
Pop. 163
postflickr. 113
Property professionals play a different tune. 622
Push for second enterprise zone. 205
Quiz of the Day. 149
Ravel's Spanish key; An Iberian influence colours much of Maurice Ravel's finest work, not least Bolero. Christopher Morley looks at his genius. 777
Region set to benefit from demand for JLR vehicles. 361
Remote headland home is source of inspiration; Breathtaking views and the isolated clifftop position of North Stack provide the ideal location for artist Philippa Jacobs. She talks to Alison Jones. 1287
Rents static in industrial and logistics. 350
Retail opportunities at Masshouse and Hive. 330
Sector boosted by rising manufacturing activity. 572
Sensible pricing vital for cost-sensitive buyers; James Bowkett of Knight Frank stresses the importance of correct pricing in a sensitive market place PROPERTYEXPERT. 542
Setting healthy targets for staff development. 524
Shed natural light on the Black Country; Nature Notes. 485
Shoosmiths has made 13 promotions [...]. 102
Signs of improvement as more funds lent to manufacturers. 263
SIX OF THE BEST. 555
Snippets. 282
Sparky fits the bill; Hou's next forVilla? 148
Store wars as retailers renew battle for prime city location. 600
Students get hands dirty at new firm. 738
Testing the next generation of medicines; Developing a drug can take more than two decades. Health Correspondent Alison Dayani investigates part of the process carried out at a clinical research centre in Birmingham. 1412
The answer to growing in the wind; Garden Watch. 471
The art of finding your own perfect space; Alison Jones talks to the owner of a Grade II listed cottage in Offenham - an artist who has created his very own Utopia for creative flair. 982
The cost involved with ignoring your pension. 629
The first Andrew Grant Golf [...]. 122
The fruits of a family's Worcestershire links; Alison Jones reports on delightful Rhydd Gardens, an historic walled-garden home that belonged to one of county's oldest and most charitable familes. 848
The growing power of an acting force; Interview: Michael Fassbender. 850
The ingredients do the talking; Matt Weedon's cooking graces an aristocratic country setting in the Cotswolds, finds Food Critic Richard McComb. 940
The late bloomer; Despite being championed by the likes of Elton John and Elvis Costello, Ron Sexsmith has never quite broken into the big time. Now his latest album could change all that. Jon Perks spoke to him. 984
The not so young ones. 953
The search for Birmingham's young professional rising stars. 190
The two-wheel drive to success for Range Rover; After Midland car giant Jaguar Land Rover reported one of the largest profits in the region's history, Enda Mullen took a look at a new generation of Range Rovers. 854
The week ahead; Jon Perks looks at what's happening near you during the next seven days. Calendar 259
Theatre. 358
There's artistry inside and out at award-winning mac. 339
There's no excuse to let it all hang out, chaps. 950
Toilet talk sparks hunt for listed city urinal. 489
Two bites of the enterprise cherry; COMMENT. 192
Universities hit students with pounds 1.5m in book fines. 595
Values up at St Modwen. 229
Villa left with no option but to do the right thing and start afresh. 1057
Villa pair are worth a look. 355
Volunteers from Willmott Dixon Partnerships [...]. 118
Wendy takes care to fulfill her ambitions. 423
Why consult if you are not bothering to listen? 663
Work begins in earnest after property merger. 523
Write of passage; An innovative playwriting course is energising young people from ethnic backgrounds. Lorne Jackson spoke to three of them. 1072
Written word? Take it as read. 423

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