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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 20, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
'Flawed' audit rating will stand. 206
'Green' industry could save industrial heritage. 924
'Tribalism' has cost us dear, says new chief of chamber. 517
'We want a different way of life - democracy doesn't work' Protests against corporate greed and inequality have spread from Wall Street to Britain. Political Editor Jonathan Walker talks to demonstrators. 1072
21 People Development: Recruitment & [...]. 446
27 Emerging Professional Award Sponsored [...]. 684
A city that is making big waves overseas. 250
A grand slice of country opulence and history; Alison Jones looks at the history of Clopton House and tours a large two-bedroom apartment within. 735
A region with ambition. 727
A Tipton based amateur dramatics [...]. 105
A weight off my shoulders. 1004
A word from the editor... Alun Thorne, Editor, Birmingham Post. Editorial 421
Abundance of acronyms - or AOA for short. 386
Academic went incognito to comprehend 'rioters'. 534
Agricultural land as best bet investment; PROPERTYEXPERT If you are looking for a safe investment, agricultural land should be at the top of your shopping list to help feed a hungry world, says Mark McAndrew, head of Farm & Estate Sales at Strutt & Parker Mark McAndrew. 395
Ahoy, me hearties; Edward Stephens feels the wind in his sails with Volvo's V60 special edition. 510
Airline carbon scheme ready for takeoff - and so are ticket prices... 831
Automotive retailer eyes growth plan. 288
Back to the beginning; Poet Pam Ayres is returning to the city where opportunity first knocked for her, writes Roz Laws. 867
Bakery's sales are rising nicely. 1501
BBC cuts in region are an act of cultural vandalism; viewpoint. 165
BDO debate on economy. 368
Belgian's formation not a problem - Hughton. 595
Big Society fails to rescue city project for homeless. 722
Blues can stifle patient Bruges says Atkins. 315
Boom time for old Basil; Lorne Jackson - no stranger to interviewing celebrities - chats with the daddy of them all... Basil Brush. 890
Building firm wins pounds 600k office contract. 196
Businesses to receive a free pounds 15m injection. 510
Buy British, save jobs... 326
Cadbury seeking wider drinks licence for site. 116
Can Post Office rescue savers? Jeremy Gates looks at the nation's money issues and reports on a range of inflationlinked bonds to help hapless savers. 865
Can't get on your bike if there's nowhere to go to. 1004
Capturing that star quality; Two new photographic exhibitions capture stars of stage and screen in different lights, writes Jon Perks. 1329
Celebrity secrets; Alison Jones looks at the latest celeb-endorsed products and pampering news from around the city. 756
Chicago, Chicago ... It's Mike's kind of town! 684
City support of high speed rail is waste of our money; viewpoint. 313
City unis in joint initiative to help struggling pupils. 439
City's first pod hotel had pounds 3.2m in debts. 245
Classical. 285
Classical; CD releases. 140
Combining city mayor and chief executive job is wishful thinking; viewpoint. 376
Comments from 419
Communication: Marketing & Creative Award [...]. Company overview 444
Consider the options before taking your pension. 770
contents. 117
Coughs and sneezes spread diseases... Graham Young and Roz Laws review the latest films. Movie review 1550
Coventry rising from the ashes. 959
Deal is sealed with envelope contractor. 145
Defence cuts threaten up to 2,000 jobs. 438
Disease threat to our crayfish; Nature Notes. 405
DJD scoops top award for theatre rebuild. 211
Eck will get best out of Villa - Foster. 434
Elected city mayors need my powers or will fail, says Boris. 621
Emma tops goal charts. 312
Fahey is so happy to be middle man at last. 452
Few solutions to an age-old problem; COMMENT. 223
Film depicting the Bard as a fraud slated by Trust. 217
Financiers oversee deal on plastic recycling site. 441
Fine art inspires design students. 117
Fine estate with potential to reap a rich harvest. 216
Fit for leisure and pleasure; This enormous six-bedroom home home boasts all mod-cons and an expansive leisure-oriented area in the basement, writes Alison Jones HAMPTONLANE. 472
Football game raises money. Obituary 178
Footprints are everywhere. 380
Former church is answer to a renovator's prayers; STGILESHOUSE. 349
FREE tickets to Antiques for Everyone at the NEC; Birmingham Post offer. 220
From Shakespeare to the Wild West? 860
Gabby has the world at his feet - Juan Pablo. 460
Gadgets. 295
Gatland hero not a villain; RUGBYNOTES. 401
Gebrselassie makes city return. 645
Golf club sold for a tenth of amount paid a decade ago. 378
Half-term days out. 768
How to survive for 170 years? Celebrate the changes; He is the Institute of Directors' director of the year and his business won the professional services category at the Post's business awards - but Wesleyan chief executive Craig Errington isn't resting on his laurels, he tells Enda Mullen. 934
I'm ready for action, Gera tells Albion boss. 332
If we can't have a Boris then why bother? COMMENT. 558
IM Group feels tsunami's effect. 622
IN BRIEF...... 605
IN BRIEF...... 666
Increase in pedal power is good for the economy. 877
INSIDE In Post Life Rock [...]. 363
IP firm expands with a new Merseyside office. 291
Jazz Diary. 507
Jazz; CD releases. 153
Jenas injury was just bad luck - manager. 322
John Hemming's full statement to the Birmingham Post. 683
Just for the record, Mick's not after confidence vote. 605
Labour of love starts to bear fruit; Tom Oliver makes cider with a whole lotta love, writes Richard McComb. 1199
Legal sector perfect storm 'will provide opportunities'. 425
Legal team wins contracts worth pounds 9m for council. 816
LEP has the ear of local MPs to address concerns. 516
Made-up; Face powders. 118
Maggs pleased with Mose's hard centres. 304
Magnificent Seven do the city proud with one divine dinner; A lavish seven-course dinner served by Birmingham Chefs Alliance heralds a turning point for the city's culinary credibility, writes Food Critic Richard McComb. 1186
Mazars boss visits India to promote city. 255
McCarthy has improved Wolves - Warnock. 312
McLeish using his head to end setpiece struggles. 606
Men urged to partake in run. 147
Midven recruitment initiative. 130
Move for Olympic torch-making firm. 433
Movies on release; Also released this week. 945
MP to take on Murdoch in US. 120
MP: I have not had 26 mistresses. 752
Mr Banker, could I have my pie back now please? 382
New appetite for theatre; A Show aimed at the body and mind is heading to the Midlands to lure in new audiences. Lorne Jackson reports. 809
New concerns over children's social services. 661
New face in at finance firm. 195
New faces as agency enjoys contract wins. 1100
New home for JFK memorial? 352
New owners to axe 75 Brintons staff. 168
New powers to move on travellers at short notice. 294
Not all bowled over - but we like ideas men. 417
Not all public workers get gold-plated pensions; viewpoint. 168
Oscar buzz singles out Birmingham director; Interview: Khaled El Hagar. 711
Perfect Perth; Cricketing legend Dennis Lillee talks to George Dobell about the wonders of Western Australia. 1664
Phibbs heads list as Hill seeks Chiefs to join braves. 420
Picture perfect Olympic feats; BOOKREVIEW. 292
Picture set to draw in bids. 219
Planning consent. 145
Pop. 136
Pop; CD releases. 161
Post & Mail golf day. 236
postflickr. 126
Prime Minister gives backing to'excellent initiative'. 314
Professional Services:. 494
Put the 'Birmingham' into Edgbaston and reap rewards. 305
Quiz of the Day. 159
R&D boost as Warwick Group joins up with BAE. 487
Retailer posts pounds 18.9m profits. Financial report 183
School abandons plans for academy. 338
Scrapping the drop is a non-starter - Hodgson. 559
SME & Business Start-Up Award [...]. 462
Snippets. 333
So, who does care if you're average? Not politicians. 353
Solicitors hand over cash raised from charity runs. 202
Sponsored by Product innovation Industry [...]. 524
Sponsored by Product or service [...]. 465
Sponsored by Product or service [...]. 383
Style icons. 113
Supermarket accused of reneging on canal deal. 793
Supermarket and council must keep word over canal restoration; viewpoint. 323
Supporting SME ambitions; Advertisement feature. 561
Taking Wagner to deeper levels; The industrial community of his childhood brought music alive for the our greatest Wagnerian bass, writes Christopher Morley. 995
Telling the story of life; Cecelia Ahern's latest novel deals with life catching up with a 30-year-old woman. Emma McKinney spoke to the author - aged 30 - about literary success. 1072
Thank you for a fabulous evening; Steve Anderson-Dixon, Regional Managing Director, Trinity Mirror Midlands. 618
The affordable route to country house splendour; Alison Jones takes a look at a fine apartment in Laugherne House at Laugherne Park, Worcestershire LAUGHERNEHOUSE. 527
The Birmingham office of law [...]. 164
The height of fame; Jinny Bunford stood out in a crowd and her towering frame and flowing locks were the source of much interest, writes Chris Upton. 840
The Lichfield head office of [...]. 136
The sale of the century. 955
The The week ahead; Jon Perks looks at what's happening near you during the next seven days. 179
Theatre. 308
These are taxing times for high-earner pensioners. 799
Thinking ahead to summer... Garden Watch. 354
This category was open to [...]. 404
Tight tussle for top two. 368
Top tips on leading a luxury lifestyle; PROPERTYNEWS. 264
Troublesome families 'must get support'. 309
Two schemes handed over by Opus. 153
Uncertainties that are still surrounding auto enrolment. 703
What's in a name? CURIOUSNAMES Alison Jones reports on four homes with curious names that have no obvious link with the dwellings. 469
Win a pounds 1,000 spending spree, a beauty treatment and tea at Harvey Nichols; Birmingham Post competition. 427
Winner Pailton Engineering Grev Ellaway, [...]. 335
Work initiative makes move to the Midlands. 182
Work is completed on new Tesco store. 148

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