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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 23, 2012)

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1920s hall is beyond repair, says landlord. 613
A Birmingham bank manager has [...]. 199
A Dinky toy legacy and the right to contest it. 474
A lesson in sumptuous sushi. 480
A mid-career pension muddle; Jeremy Gates looks at why so many people lose all track of their pension pots during their careers. 975
A portrait of success for ex-prisoner's art business. 876
A tipping point in the balance of trade power. 577
All lanes lead to Alexander Stadium for Olympic aces. 809
Allure of Peugeot's supermini; After the success of the 206 and 207, Ed Stephens discovers Peugeot isn't resting on its laurels. 642
An eight man team from [...]; CSR briefs. 109
An exciting sign of the times for Post Business Awards sponsor. 596
Analysing the art of investing in the right places. 732
Architecturally opposite sides of the same coin; Tewkesbury farmhouse with a twist... Manor looks very different when viewed from the front or the back, as Alison Jones discovers. 484
Asset-based lending becomes key to finance director's toolkit; Mark Harris, head of corporate at HSBC in the Midlands, on the growth of asset based lending. 730
AVB will have done homework - Clarke. 431
Backing for 'national' airport push. 743
Beware the bogus intellectual property protection 'invoices'. 269
BIRMINGHAM CONTEMPORARY MUSIC GROUP Cadogan Hall, London; ClassicalReviews. 387
Bookies don't fancy Baggies. 434
Boss Clark still searching for right Blues formula. 644
Brazilian brilliance. 211
Brum can learn from the cuisine dished up in the capital; Food critic Richard McComb thinks West Midlands restaurants are missing a trick when it comes to the Far East. So he went south to find out why. 1335
Cameron loses control. 948
Carpet firm chief scathing over major shareholder's proposals. 1279
CD releases. 335
Celebrating 60 years of hospital records; Justine Halifax reports. 1064
Celebrities failed to halt comic's sales slide. 261
Chambers of Commerce unite. 163
Cider maker's fresh thinking bears fruit; A cider maker is hoping to take inspiration from the world of beer to boost his sales. Enda Mullen reports. Financial report 869
Cit-ting pretty at the top; Impressive inside and out, Ed Stephens admires Citron's DS4. 550
City firm is on cloud nine over internet innovation. 500
City's proud link to a legend of the skies; viewpoint. 290
Collecting diary. 254
Coming up. 269
Comments from. 419
Conductor Nelsons extends CBSO contract. 385
Confidence-boosting win could work wonders - Stale; GREGGEVANS. 370
Council snooped on own staff with anti-terror powers. 256
Country home with the royal seal of approval; Set in beautiful countryside, this partly restored Grade II listed house has played an important part in the history of Wales, as Alison Jones reports. 961
Cricket coach development chief puts focus on teamwork. 165
Cricket needs to save 'KP' from himself. 402
Damsons have big potential; Garden Watch. 352
Dealing with insurers could seriously damage your wealth. 504
Desperate times for Dan and friends; Legendary comic The Dandy is ending its print run after sales fell to just 8,000 copies a week. 495
Developer wins town centre bid. 334
Does any exam test intelligence? 453
Doggone pooch icon hits Brum! The Battle of Birmingham saw Royalists - led by Prince Rupert of the Rhine and his pet poodle - storm their way through the city. Chris Upton looks at the emblematic role the prince's canine played. 896
Downsizing your home can prove a good move; Downsizing doesn't have to be a gloomy exercise as you reluctantly part with your home after the children have flown the nest. Instead look at it as an exciting opportunity, says Simon Merton of Strutt & Parker PROPERTYEXPERT. 372
Dream home with caves carved from sandstone; Kinver is famous for its Rock Houses... and Willow Hill offers buyers the unique opportunity to become modern-day Troglodytes, says Alison Jones. 731
Echoes of a lost culture ...and a dig at the French; In the fourth part of his series revealing the hidden treasures which will soon find a home at the new Library of Birmingham, Graeme Brown examines a collection of rare songsheets. 1333
Emphasis shifts to crunch talks in a bid to save colliery from closure. 408
Employment advice and protection port of call. 316
Express delivery for Will after 70 years. 214
Fairway to heaven for ex-heavy metal guitarist. 1153
Farmland bucks trend to prove fertile investment. 770
Feel the afterglow; Feeling sun-frazzled? Lisa Haynes reveals the SOS products for your recovery routine. 603
Firm wins pounds 4.5m mechanical deal. 167
First time buyer appeal. 220
Four staff from a Midland [...]. 135
From cells to sanctuaries - how zoos are rescuing their reputations; Zoos claim captive creatures are part of vital conservation work, insisting several species depend on them for their survival. Mary Griffin visits Twycross Zoo to weigh up captivity versus conservation. 813
Galloway's rape views attacked by Yaqoob; A round up of the most popular stories from the past week at 960
Giles salutes influence of captain Troughton. 700
Golfing tale's right on par; BOOKREVIEW. 396
Government to keep pushing boundaries. 637
Gypsy measles cases warning. 178
Hard times for thrushes as sightings fall; Nature Notes. 467
Having the expertise to identify and understand an opportunity; Roger Wood, director at Midven, says venture capital is about more than money - it's about knowledge, strategy, experience and support. And it continues to be a valuable source of funding in tough trading conditions. 826
How pop songs of the past had X Factor; COMMENT. 163
Hydrogen loco on the right track. 176
I'll handle Games pressure insists golden girl Ellie. 324
Injured soldier scales new peak with Paralympic torch. 193
Is football finally waking up to financial realities? 1048
IT firm secures a foothold in the States. 182
Just 25pc of animals in zoos are at risk - report. 180
Karim looking forward to his Fellaini test. 299
Katie Bard keep the Olympic spirit alive. 210
KPMG dodge rain to secure last-four spot with emphatic win; TAVERNERSCRICKET. 160
Legal sector round up. 338
Lending more than trebles at invoice business. 208
Lloyds and RBS join forces for management buyout funding. Company overview 529
Lodders put focus on writing a will. 162
Low-key thriller with high class performances; Alison Jones reviews the latest films. 1654
Lukaku: I have nothing to prove to Andre. 286
Manufacturers are increasingly using [...]. 121
Manufacturing group chief to depart for the private sector. 388
Medaling has inspired city to get pedalling; Team GB's gold rush at the Olympic velodrome helped boost numbers at this year's Sky Ride, as Jane Tyler reports. 501
Midland and England sports stars [...]. 178
Millionth driver has vehicle seized. 188
Ministers must nail down jobs; COMMENT. 482
Mixing old and new keeps festival special; Christopher Morley previews the Presteigne Festival. 717
Mock tudor residence. 362
Model way to whip up some start-up business investment. 826
Movies on release. 860
Mutual agrees to takeover deal; A round-up of news from the region's financial sector in the past week. 1221
Nature's ace imitators; The wet summer may have proved disastrous for many commercial crops but the heavy rain has provided a pick-up to the supermodels of British flora. Liam Creedon reports. 672
New director appointed by building firm. 196
New faces at front of house for legal firm. 162
New hope for victims of pounds 2m property firm collapse. 450
New jobs at carpet firm could be lost to Portugal. 435
Olympic treasure trove discovered in a wardrobe. 329
Perri looking to upset the formbook in Birmingham. 351
Plenty of room for mum, dad and noisy teenagers; With this property you can let the teens do what they want without cramping their style, says Alison Jones. 998
postflickr. 119
Product development specialist ARRK [...]; Manufacturing round-up. 139
Property guru set to retire after half century of service; EXCLUSIVE. 488
Pros and cons of rail franchise; viewpoint. 192
Quiz of the Day. 170
Record-breaking schools riding the crest of a wave. 740
Recruitment drive as firm sees revenue exceed pounds 10m. Company overview 481
Rio Games are a long way off for Grabarz. 396
RODERICK WILLIAMS Tardebigge Parish Church; ClassicalReviews. 239
Row over 'flawed' candidacy battle for Tory police job. 625
Say 'da' and you're in for a treat in Crete; The Greek economy might be in a turbulent state, but Crete is the perfect place to unwind - just ask the Russians, says Edward Stephens. 1377
Shake-up for city firm as Tesco Law takes shape. 401
Shedding light on employment law. 260
Slump hasn't put brakes on two-wheeled craze. 361
Social housing sell-off would destroy Cadbury's sweet vision; viewpoint viewpoint. 273
Solicitors from the Birmingham office [...]. 162
Solihull supermarket staff scaled Mount [...]; CSR briefs. 109
Specialist storage manufacturer Rackline [...]; Manufacturing round-up. 129
Staff from the Birmingham [...]; CSR briefs. 138
Stars spy their chance to explore human tale; Interviews: Shadow Dancer. 745
Step in right Direction for agency; A round up of news from the region's creative sector in the past week. 1522
Steve's building great reputation. 204
Stockhausen opera taken to new heights. 312
Strikes set to disrupt train service. 153
Suffering milk farmers turn to energy production. 398
Summer... with a sting in the tail. 366
Take care during the'mini olympics' Richard Moat, a barrister and deputy leader of the Personal Injury Group at No5 Chambers, looks at what lessons can be learned from a High Court ruling on a case involving a sporting injury. 554
Taxing question of balancing private and state pensions. 568
The fly in the NHS ointment. 406
The growing problem of telephone system fraud. 635
The species most reliant on zoos for survival. 369
Tidal power would solve Britain's pressing energy needs; viewpoint. 286
Transport chief is making his move. 549
Tried& Tested. 128
Triple discount is sweet music to the ears. 377
TV snake charmer in 'lucky escape'. 272
Twitter shock for the sector. 432
Vault starlet Rowan is eager to hit new highs. 522
Victorian home lovingly restored to former glory; Solicitor Roger Hill took his cues from the past when renovating this glorious Victorian masterpiece, as Alison Jones discovers. 1014
Villa must find cutting edge, admits Lambert. 585
Wesleyan Assurance Society ballet night. 130
What's happening near you during the next seven days The week ahead. Calendar 524
Why the cost of raw material l ls is the real threat to national growth; viewpoint. 637
Why we're luckier than we think... 413
Win a two-night spa break at Stratford Manor; Birmingham Post competition. 571
Work completed on pounds 2.7m studio school development. 429
Working in the very best interests of your client. 486

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