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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 5, 2012)

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'Big Society'architect key speaker at social responsibility summit. 296
2-for-1 tickets to the National Golf Show; Birmingham Post offer. 205
A Reds letter day for Villa. 443
A solicitor from West Midlands [...]. 566
A spacious home with an element of surprise; Big really is beautiful when it comes to this contemporary family home which is set in a secluded location as Alison Jones discovers. 589
A windfall for school. 183
Adding a sp pring to your step; It's definitely time to banish the winter blues and bring out the spring bright hues. Mix and match or colour block fabulous brights - aqua, tangerine, cobalt, lime, fuchsia - to make yourself feel like summer's on its way. 176
Agbonlahor promises Villa will 'play for Stan'. 273
Airline duty will hold back deal-making. 406
An old-school engineer who found quick success; The man behind some of the Midlands' most impressive engineering feats has put pen to paper to tell his story. Mike Lockley met him. 638
Andreas enjoys taste of what is to come; Restaurateur Andreas Antona talks to Food Critic Richard McComb about training the next generation of kitchen talent in Birmingham. 1229
andy Lerner has told Aston [...]. 428
Back garden proving to be the perfect move; Family discover the perfect way to downsize their home without having the hassle of moving very far as Alison Jones discovers. 1342
Bar set high as the Bears aim to challenge in 2012. 740
Beauty doesn't cost the earth; Garden Watch. 357
Bent can see some light at the end of the tunnel. 596
Bespoke styling with a truly personal touch; Creating a perfect home proves to be a busman's holiday for the owners of an upmarket interior design company as Alison Jones finds out. 1066
Birmingham could pick up demand, says airport. 380
Birmingham Focus on Mayoral role. Conference notes 101
BRMB pioneer Robin still has plenty to say about future of radio; Midlands radio veteran Robin Valk tells Graham Young how the next step in the battle to win listeners could be yours... for just pounds 200. 1977
Budget demands careful plans; Jeremy Gates looks offers advice on the next step for savers following the Budget. 1130
Caldwell would love to live in fantasy land. 308
Campaigner 's legal fight to block HS2 to go ahead. 467
CD releases. 466
Chance for a Grade II restoration project. 335
Charity quiz night raises charity cash. 184
City's social clubs must be 'innovative' to survive. 470
Clarifications and Corrections At the [...]. Correction notice 153
Classic taken to another dimension; Graham Young reviews the latest films. Movie review 1487
ClassicalReviews. 1565
Cleanse & Tone. 216
Collecting diary. 201
Coming up. 220
Construction firm completes new nutrition company HQ. 327
Construction jobs saved after developer collapses. 450
Contemporary feel to a luxury family home; This spacious home provides the very best in modern living as Alison Jones discovers. 270
contents. 118
Contractors for new dental hospital shortlisted. 253
Convention centre has made pounds 1.4bn for region. 564
Council to launch loan scheme for businesses. 723
Cracking way to raise money. 176
Dachsund UN meeting in city; A round up of the most popular stories from the past week at birminghampost.net. Company overview 1601
DEATHS. 101
Deloitte puts spotlight on Budget at city dinner night. 143
EASTER TREATS. 102
Ed James Group expands after series of client wins; A round up of news from the region's creative sector in the past week. 1150
Ellery set to blaze trail for England. 923
Employment key for MP with eye on big job; Labour's Liam Byrne tells Political Editor Jonathan Walker why he wants to be Birmingham's first mayor, why he can win despite coming late to the race and why his decision to stand was backed by Ed Miliband. 1215
Firms urged to vie for slice of pounds 125m of funding. 422
Foley Lecture. 248
From Errol Flynn's yacht to the Tower Ballroom; Birmingham jazz great Andy Hamilton, still going strong at 94, has some amazing memories. But life has not always been easy, he tells Steve Bradley. 954
Funding boost gets projects off the ground. 258
Future of steel firm secure after Spanish buyout. 443
Gateway to the future takes shape in secret; A crucial development phase at Birmingham's New Street Station has been reached. Brett Gibbons takes a look at progress at the busiest transport hub outside London. 850
Getting ahead by having the right friends. 396
Good Japanese food? Give this place a miso; DINING OUT MIYAKO TEPPANYAKI Arcadian Centre, Birmingham B5 4ST VERDICT: 4/10 WITH RICHARD McCOMB. 1157
Goodbye Ulrich, a forward thinking man; Long-serving CBSO principal cellist Ulrich Heinen recently retired. Christopher Morley chats to a modest inspiration who will be sorely missed. 768
Government 'forgotten about crime'- Miliband. 644
Growing passions; On the eve of the UK's first National Gardening Week, Hannah Stephenson looks at how the RHS is trying to encourage children to take up gardening. 573
Healthcare staff take on Fun Run. 127
Helping to fill a musical gap; A new People's Orchestra is starting up in Birmingham. Maggie Cotton reports. 493
HIGHLIGHTS. 144
Homes selling fast. 215
Homework is the key to top results. 440
HS2 damages local identity; viewpoint. 162
Hunt for low carbon firms in West Mids. 219
Ideas worth spreading in Birmingham and beyond. 389
Idyllic setting providing a true haven for wildlife; Grade II listed property has the very best of open countryside right on its doorstep as Alison Jones discovers. 429
INSIDE. 216
It all adds up to a very promising career path. 487
It's a wild life for pheasants in springtime; Nature Notes. 442
It's F-ull steam ahead as Jag creates latest model. 612
It's game on for digital jobs. 393
Jack sees end to Solihull's Championship journey. 334
James thrilled Titanic's epic heart will go on; Interview: James Cameron. 815
Jazz Diary. 519
Jobs saved as rival takes over supermarket. 199
Johnson has become the villain of the piece. 417
Kraft Foods chief sees her annual pay rise to pounds 13.8m. 437
Law firm's senior partner becomes new chamber president. 273
Lawyers in charity abseil. 225
Legal round up. 1052
LEP chief calls for new runway - at Heathrow. 993
Life sciences team oversees a pounds 56m licence agreement. 279
Lifeline for listed cemetery chapels. 565
Lower pay will not be 'imposed' on public sector - Cable. 270
Major players are not just on the course at Augusta. 1029
Manufacturing boss 'honoured' to be region's new High Sheriff. 420
Manufacturing briefs. 472
Marathon man starts charity run. 146
Matt Le Tissier guests at accountants' dinner. 301
MBO led and financed in city; A round up of news from the region's financial sector in the past week. Company overview 1451
Midland lighting firm secures major contract with film production giant. 318
Miliband wants less Respect. 1003
Morgan plans slow and d steady route to growth; Bespoke British sports car makers have had a torrid time in recent years. But while some like TVR and Bristol having gone to the wall Malvern-based Morgan continues to fly the flag and prosper. Managing director Charles Morgan reflects on its success and tells Enda Mullen how its future is as important as its 100-year heritage. Company overview 1630
Movies on release. 856
Mystery solved over why Titanic captain was so far from home. 792
National Apprenticeship and National Training Awards 2012. 825
New-found confidence as orders start to rise. 484
Office plans take step closer as first phase completed. 178
Open events give extra impetus to home sales; The success of Strutt & Parker's open day shows how effective "event" marketing can be in giving sales a boost, says Mark Wiggin of the Shrewsbury branch PROPERTYEXPERT. 457
Osborne leaves pensioners with much to ponder. 667
Partner in crime could be costly; COMMENT. 456
Period style evokes the memory of a golden era; Appearances prove deceptive when it comes to this period looking home. Alison Jones takes a tour. 466
Police force gambles pounds 5m on private sector plan; Commissioner could scupper move to contract out services. 108
Portas cash winging its way to city high streets. 437
postflickr. 277
pounds 12m boost to kick-start regeneration initiatives. 477
Property expert helps to seal deal for expansion. 438
Quiz of the Day. 189
Region's new FA centre to be welcome boost for economy. 454
Run-in won't knock us out of stride, says boss. 569
Sales have risen by more than a third at engineering [...]. 462
Saying good riddance to the bald Bard; A new portrait of Shakespeare puts pay to many people's preconception that he sported thinning locks, as Chris Upton finds out. 918
Sector is strong for acquisitions - recruitment boss. 622
Seize on the RGF offer to manufacture real growth. 1153
Sertec driving success forward. 525
Simon: Mayor should co-chair LEP. 428
Space inside and out. 552
Staff give back to community. 146
Still ahead in the style stakes. 694
Stoford chosen for retail contract; A round up of news from the region's commercial property sector. 1525
Stour opt for continuity in bid to bounce straight back; BRIANDICK. 448
Strike action called off at Olympics bullet maker. 309
Survival will make things smiles better for Youssouf. 412
t to follow, but we need a debate Chamberlain will be a hard act. 888
The BBC matters to the region; COMMENT. 155
The Birminghampost.net; Comments from. 668
The financier turning donation into an art. 994
The look of love; Edward Stephens discovers why the Peugeot RCZ attracts admiring glances. 646
The private sector gamble that has already cost police pounds 5m. 1008
The thinking man's beard here to stay. 386
The ultimate road warrior; BOOKREVIEW. 314
The week ahead; What's happening near you during the next seven days. Calendar 356
There's reason to be cheerful; RUGBY NOTES. 406
Tigers'league survival hopes are hanging by a thread. 311
Tinie launches new streetwear. 106
Top gadgets to entertain the kids; Gadgets. 318
Tributes paid to engineer who went on to become first county council leader. 349
Two volunteers from Willmott Dixon [...]. 600
Virdee quit BBC after'festering situation', claims source. 379
Walking track to the future; Graham Young explores a new view of Birmingham in words and pictures. 437
Where sultry Med meets thrills of exotic; Heartbreak, history and the enduring power of the human spirit are all evident in Northern Cyprus, Jon Griffin discovers. 1118
Where the money is going. 756
Who's sup for a crafty bargain? 134
Who's the biggest loser of them all? 347
Why I've turned into a prisoner of the dead bug. 998
Why Morgan could fly the British flag - in Iran. Company overview 761
Why should PM bully cit ty into a mayor? viewpoint. 991
Win a pair of return flights to a Monarch European destination. 253

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