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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 30, 2011)

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'China's building high speed rail - and so should we' EXCLUSIVE. 1245
'Crossroads' tower goes. 154
'Top-level support is crucial for Midland industry to prosper' Thousands of jobs could be created at MG's plant in Birmingham - but only if the Government backs industry, shadow Chancellor Ed Balls tells Local Government Correspondent Neil Elkes. 984
16k sq ft of new leases at Midland site. 163
A cocktail of treats. 158
A degree of success from the Open University; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 2323
A Georgian jewel; It is believed that the Lyttleton family were once owners of Walton House, a charming Worcestershire property dating back to the 18th century. Alison Jones reports. 564
a gourmet meal for two and Simpsons' new cook book WIN; Birmingham Post competition. 292
A little foreign drama; As Birmingham hosts its second European theatre festival, Lorne Jackson talks to its co-director about what it will bring to the city. 1060
A real feel for community. 442
A sham marriage based on a flawed premise; Theresa McCormack and Zira Hussain, of St Philips, report on balancing human rights and the increase in sham marriages. 520
A song in her heart; Christopher Morley speaks to Gaynor Keeble about her life as an opera diva. 735
A stable investment; Alison Jones takes a look at a Worcestershire property equipped to host its own riding school. 506
A steady return to the market. 561
A team from Shoosmiths has [...]. 117
Abbey days await; INVESTMENTOPPORTUNITY Alison Jones takes a look at three lots coming up for auction, on a Worcestershire farm belonging to an order of nuns. 419
Accountant is brought in as RSM director. 281
Administrators called in by Hyatt hotel's owners; A round up of the most popular stories from the past week at birminghampost.net. 1255
Afloat once again; A 30-year restoration project has seen the Droitwich barge canal returned to its former glory. Matt Lloyd reports. 605
Agency backs intern campaign. 236
Agents raise cash to go to hospital. 121
All change with raft of new faces at property firms. 432
All the facts and figures on the ins and outs; Professor Mike Wright and Rod Ball, Centre for Management Buyout Research. 1368
An enigmatic history from a new direction; Interview: Robert Redford. 755
An unexpected outbreak of survivor syndrome; COMMENT. 212
asktheexperts. 1261
Barratt boost for first-time buyers. 283
Bell and Trott show their support for charity day. 398
Beware pension transfer incentives. 514
Birmingham could face new wave of strike action. 349
Birmingham top of council debt league. 596
Blues owner in court for money laundering case. 397
Bringing asset-based lending into the mainstream. 540
Bungalow with land and garaging in abundance. 362
Business tax - a cost that you can still reduce; businessgrowthmonitor By Lucas Markou, partner at Solihull-based accountants and business advisers Jerroms LLP. 506
Cadbury staff sweet on charity. 148
Can forced mediation ease pressure on courts? 643
Capable, but no X factor; Ironangle. 983
Case study: Team Telecom Group. 545
Casino licence boost for NEC leisure plan. 666
China knows where city is - but does the Beeb? viewpoint. 368
Chinese want HS2, but that's no consolation; viewpoint. 281
City MP on same bill as extremist. 213
City's standing is cemented. 404
Clarity of the pre-nup. 595
Classical. 733
Classical; CD releases. 154
Clegg offers hope for councils to do business. 387
Co-op full of energy as it muscles in on big six. 654
Cohabitation and the law: Is it financially safer not to marry? Claire Taylor, of Thursfields Solicitors, reports. 467
Collaborative law - creative solutions to ease burden of separation; Until recently, the Midlands was poorly served by collaborative lawyers. Is the initiative finally taking off and what are the benefits for divorcing couples? Karen Moores, family law partner at Sydney Mitchell and Judi Wood, associate solicitor at Sydney Mitchell, report. 507
Comments from birminghampost.net. 877
Concerns at 'consumer' approach to universities. 554
CONTENTS. 176
contents. 110
Coping with drought and frost; Garden Watch. 381
Council worried about 'survivor syndrome' danger. 717
Creating the platform for an MBO. 1108
Cricket stars take part in charity event. 230
Cycling tale a tour de force; BOOK REVIEW. 341
Deals double in region as UK market stagnates. 518
Demand for industrial units grows, but office market slow. 649
Dementia patients were 'robbed of their dignity' Diane Parkes speaks to a nursing student who kept diaries of the difficulties experienced by staff and patients in dementia wards across the Midlands. 932
Developer is on the ball as it signs Villa sponsorship. 450
Diana - style icon for a generation; Princess Diana would have been 50 on July 1. Jane Grice, Programme Director for the BA (Hons) in Fashion Design at the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, looks back at some of Diana's many looks that often set the tabloids talking and high street fashion houses eager to imitate. 682
Don't go overboard... pirates' treasure goes on sale in the region. 377
Drinking in the old and new down Quarter way. 367
Easing the pain. 508
Edmiston's firm starts search for takeover targets. Company overview 439
Exploring the nature of silver; The delicate beauty of a talented young silversmith's creations echoes that found in the natural world, writes Diane Parkes. 1770
Export sales are'key to region's growth'. 254
Facing a year of change in family law. 646
Fed up with councillors who get their free dinner and eat it; viewpoint. 277
Fighting fifties; Sexism and ageism are the themes of a new budget production starring former 80s singer Toyah Willcox. Roz Laws spoke to her. 1003
Finding the best outcome for relationship break-ups. 503
Firm in link with school. 206
Firm to launch courses in PR. 238
Fit for purpose; with Holly Wells Run for your life. 322
Former hospital could be just what doctor ordered. 476
Gadgets. 360
Get good advice before getting into the saddle; PROPERTYEXPERT Matthew Allen of Fisher German looks at the benefits and pitfalls of equestrian letting. 473
Give back and make a difference; Janette Rawlinson, treasurer of the Women In Business Association, considers the importance of community activity. 698
Greater media access to the family courts; Jonathan Nosworthy and Louise McCabe, of St Philips, report on a move to make the family justice system more transparent. 678
Greece still counting the cost of hosting Games. 1022
Greenwood Projects' 25th anniversary. 190
HIGHLIGHTS. 219
Historic house is setting for new BBC TV drama. 176
Historic house saved as luxury hotel set to open; Castle Bromwich Hall has been restored to its full splendour as a luxury hotel. Jasbir Authi takes a tour. 597
Hold your horses; Chris Upton discovers something rather unusual at a church yard in a small Warwickshire town. 844
Homegrown spectacular; Alison Jones discovers the fascinating change in Holdfast Post's plantings - from its functional market garden beginnings to cottage garden delight. 1192
Hospital bans surgeon after patient recall. 248
Hospital trust lets public into board meetings. 313
Ice cream row gets scenic town hot under the collar. 270
Identifying the challenges; MANAGEMENT BUYOUTS 9. 500
IN BRIEF...... 701
IN BRIEF...... 586
Independents weather storm that has flattened high street; As Retail Birmingham launches a special week on Saturday to celebrate the city's small shops, consumer editor Emma McKinney speaks to a jeweller about the challenges it faces and reveals how independent stores are giving high street giants a run for their money. 1105
INSIDE. 129
IPOs remain an attractive post-MBO strategy. 881
It's all in the plan - emigrating with children. 808
It's not all doom and gloom... After another bad week for the retail sector, the Post speaks to industry experts about what the future may hold for Birmingham's high streets. 685
Jazz Diary. 469
Jazz; CD releases. 154
Jet Total Vehicle Solutions has [...]. 163
Jobs boost as Spyker's owner takes on factory. Company overview 536
Jordanne's still green on grass ahead of SW19 test. 865
Keeping tabs on our moths and butterflies; Nature Notes. 433
Kernott v Jones: a cautionary tale for our times. 460
Knights of realm join CBRE ranks. 180
Law firm expands with merger. 806
lay claim to The investors who of business' the title 'the A&E; Anna Blackaby meets four turnaround investors who shed light on what happens when they step in to fund a crisis-hit business. 1366
Learning about words can be fun too; Children's Book. 294
Levitation's what I need. 1026
Life after the MBO. 767
Lighting up possibilities with China trade links; Postbusiness. 693
Like father, like son; Musician Arthur Jeffes has resurrected the unusual music of his father's famous Penguin Cafe Orchestra, writes Diane Parkes. 947
LONG BARN SHROPSHIRE pounds 375,000. 254
Loving care for treasured Victorian board games. 343
Low waged 'face pension poverty'. 403
Machine mayhem is a hard battle; Graham Young and Roz Laws review the latest films. 1270
Macklin takes disputed loss on chin. 408
Maggs centres in on Adams for a return to Moseley. 331
Major appointment for Divorce & Family Law Practice. 204
Making the case for a mayor; COMMENT. 559
Management buyouts - the keys to success. 550
Matrimonial orders: the new divorce. 868
McLeish sets down ground rules for his Villa squad. 435
Melrose plans pounds 1.3bn buyout of rival firm. 205
Movies on release. 1206
Mullion Cottage open day. 327
Nationalising the M6 Toll road isn't necessarily the right route. 757
Networking group driving forward with new board members. 430
New Blues man Gomis hoping for a European run. 465
New breed of Tory councillor continues his family dynasty; He is most widely known as the youngest member of a Birmingham political dynasty, but there is a lot more to Robert Alden, one of the rising stars of the city Conservative party, reports Local Government Correspondent Neil Elkes. 853
New Edgbaston bowled over by rush for tickets. 374
New face at the Wesleyan. 318
New health and wellbeing centre. 235
NEW HOUSE FARM BROMSGROVE pounds 675,000. 296
New initiative to get youngsters interested in accountancy. 359
No further powers for city mayors, says Pickles. 765
Not a jeer or a boo for Cameron's home truths; Public Affairs Correspondent Paul Dale reports from the Local Government Association conference in Birmingham, where David Cameron became the first prime minister to address the annual gathering of councillors and council officials. Conference news 814
Nowhere left to go as BBC axes show. 308
Online sales are the saving grace for John Lewis boss; Against a backdrop of some of the toughest conditions in recent years for retailers, Enda Mullen speaks to John Lewis chief Andy Street about how the firm is faring. 934
Partnership approach to delivering regeneration; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE ST. MODWEN. 439
Perfecting the broth - for you; Who prepares, wins. Chef Andreas Antona, the founder of Simpsons, talks to Richard McComb about the secrets of good food. 1601
Phoenix Group wide of the mark as KPMG march on. 459
Pop Together We Were Made [...]; CD releases. Sound recording review 158
Pop. 324
postflickr. 119
pounds 150k boost for agency amid expansion plans. 429
pounds 2.8m deal struck for warehouse. 121
Preparing for Jamaican visit. 399
Private equity - much more than a funding solution. 923
Production group backs pension plan. 289
Protecting both your health and your wealth; Tania Derrett-Smith, Partner in the Family Law team at Challinors. 615
Quiz of the Day. 165
R-evolution; Edward Stephens finds out what makes Volvo's V60 such a hit with Brits. 602
R3, Women in Business ball. 144
Rail boss who took on Virgin set to disembark. 562
Raising the funding - the role of debt. 727
Reid calls for more consistency at Hawthorns. 294
Reporting increased activity in the retail market. 322
Residents' outrage over illegal car park. 705
Reunited siblings launch beauty business together. 492
Rhetoric won't strike a blow... 317
Riding high on two wheels. 226
Rock. 357
Savour the delights of Cologne; Fionnuala Bourke is struck by the chic, yet surprisingly traditional, city of Cologne. 871
Second to none; Emily Bridgewater finds that Porto may live in the shadow of Portugal's capital, but it still has a huge amount to offer. 782
Securing business success with a succession plan. 837
Signature lettuce at a steak house? Restaurant review 1105
Six local charities have collected [...]. 127
SIX OF THE BEST. 492
Snippets. 286
State of pain; Anatol Lieven's book suggests Pakistan's fragility and a water shortage could have implications for us all, writes Michael Loftus. 850
Stockbroker eyes bigger role in city. 252
Strutt & Parker improve website facilities. Website overview 152
Suite dreams are made of these at Edgbaston. 909
Targeting key growth sectors that are ripe for MBOs; Peter McLintock, head of corporate at Squire Sanders Hammonds, believes that it's not what you do, it's where you do it! 863
Telford legal firm MFG Solicitors [...]. 112
The importance of access to justice for everyone; Cathy Price, of Price Mystry Solicitors, reports. 684
The key to luscious lips; Alison Jones reveals the products no girl should be seen without this summer. 631
The meaning of mid-life; Tom Hanks wrote, directed and starred in Larry Crowne, a film about a man having a midlife crisis. Alison Jones met him. 1148
The rights and welfare of children to remain paramount. 524
The thorny issue of contentious probate; Claire Darley, senior associate at Martineau, reports. 590
The Week ahead; Jon Perks looks at what's happening near you during the next seven days. Calendar 264
This one's a real honey; Honeybourne House was the manager's residence for the renowned Royal Brierley Crystal Works. Today, it's one of a few Grade II listed homes on this once industrious site, writes Alison Jones. 578
Top-level backing sees investment drive gather pace. 377
Town offers a great blend of history and culture; Deena Carty and Charlene Cole discover the delights on offer in the town of Stafford. 976
Tributes after death of much-admired city QC. 834
TV gardener launches church flower festival. 124
U-turn over axing free transport for pupils; EXCLUSIVE. 679
Valuing an owner-managed business for divorce. 751
Village scheme begins consultation with residents. 450
Waking up to the nightmare of child abduction; Fiona Farrell, solicitor at Martineau, reports on this heartrending issue. 438
Wealth firm in pounds 1.7m flotation. 161
Weather stations keep close watch on city's climate. 194
When the dream turns sour; We are all familiar with tales of children being abducted and taken beyond the UK borders. Lorna Meyer QC, Head of the Family Law team at No5 Chambers, considers the other side of the coin. 532
Why play golf? ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 273
with Diane Parkes Made-up; Lip balms. 108
Wlad's tipped to make Haye. 424
Wood you believe it? 408

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