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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 3, 2012)

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'Clairvoyants'using scam to con vulnerable people. 224
200 jobs could go at colliery despite doubling in output. 383
A little prom-p and ceremony; Zoe Chamberlain on the American craze getting Midland youngsters in the party mood. 323
A love of all things royal marks Jubilee; PROPERTYEXPERT. 431
A must see destination just got a little closer... ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE ON. 268
A plague upon the Midlands; The Black Death brought devastation to our region. Chris Upton examines how the people might have dealt with the summer of 1349. 915
A rare outbreak of agreement; COMMENT. 168
A team from leading law [...]. 153
Abundance of period features; HILLBARN Alison Jones explores this beautiful property, boasting a sunken bath and glorious views. 438
Agency appoints a head of office. 180
Agency steps in to raise profile of dance group; A round up of news from the region's creative sector in the past week. Company overview 1212
Alex forced to rule Bent out of Villa survival fight. 612
An emergency scheme to help [...]. 132
An intrepid group of business [...]. 109
Back from the brink; After plummeting from 25,000 to less than 500, Black Grouse numbers are finally on the rise. Emily Beament reports on the fightback. 749
Barn conversion sale in picturesque Wales; CRAWNANT FACH BARN Exceptional location ideal for those with an interest in walking and wildlife. Alison Jones takes the tour. 616
Birmingham Post competition Win an [...]. 183
Birmingham's culinary flag to fly in Windy City. 664
Brit wrinklies assemble to take on the beefed-up superheroes; The two creative forces behind the year's funniest film are to visit a special Midlands' film festival. Graham Young reports. 2459
Brussels festival is a moveable feast; Meals-on-wheels gets a five-star spin in Brussels. And that's just the start of a gastronomic adventure for Food Critic Richard McComb as he explores one of Birmingham's sister food cities. 2380
Calls to name Birmingham as national airport; Comments from. 447
Captain Jack leads way in Midlands XV of the season. 443
CBSO Symphony Hall CBSO [...]; ClassicalReviews. 309
Centro chooses Balfour Beatty to deliver metro extension. 330
Cheap drugs battle a'scandal'. 687
City's arts partnership begins hunt for local champion. 266
Classical; CD releases. 170
Collecting diary. 279
Coming up. 164
Commons 'could jail' Murdoch media chiefs for spying on MP. 974
contents. 128
Cosy cottage bliss on offer. 280
Couple's imagination sees potential beyond the rot; CHURCHFARM A cluster of historic buildings have been remodelled and refurbished to create a stunning family home. Alison Jones reports. 1184
Davenports eyes return to city; A round up of news from in the past week. 1283
Davis is told to rest after freak accident. 300
Deadline for 11 plus exam moved by two months. 294
Defensive spell was missing for Wolves. 427
Distress rises as firms turn to overdrafts. 260
Dividend payouts could hit record levels in 2012. 809
Dominic proves the Mainstay of Group's winning effort; TAVERNERSTROPHY. 171
Draper's back to brush up Classic. 1241
Drinkers hit by plans for minimum alcohol price; The Government's latest attempt to curb binge drinking includes a proposal to introduce a minimum price per unit of alcohol - probably 40p. Cillian O'Brien found out who would be the winners and losers from such a move. 733
Elderly men living life on the edge. 295
End this school scramble. 810
EROICA CAMERATA Adrian Boult Hall [...]; ClassicalReviews. 293
Eurozone blow hurts business. 265
Ex-Rover workers to get just pounds 3 payout. 270
Exclusive glimpse into future of Two Snowhill scheme. 381
Expansion at engineering firm. 277
Fascination of the bird feeder pecking order; Nature Notes. 498
Fiery passions and red hot dance; Expression is a way of life in sun-drenched Cuba. Diane Parkes talks to one long-serving director and discovers some secrets behind the feisty island. 1169
Fire control room merger to cost pounds 3.6m. 170
Fire's out as Victorian-era firm departs. 264
Firms flock to apply for growth fund. 365
Funding deal signed and sealed; A round up of financial news from the West Midlands in the past week. Company overview 1441
Get away from it all with your own Cotswold retreat; THREECUTECOTTAGES Agent offering three opportunities to snap up a rural idyll, as Alison Jones reports. 501
Giant cycle in aid of charities. 119
Go-ahead for Grand Hotel refurbishment. 339
Green shoots of recovery begin to show through. 237
Greg's Barnt Green date. 405
How black boxes cut premiums; Jeremy Gates reports on how telematics technology is being pioneered to help bring down insurance premiums for young drivers. 1054
Hughton's happy with a winning philosophy. 598
Hulking hero Mark is star of the assembly; Graham Young and Alison Jones review the latest films. 1318
Hunting for the point of excitement over local TV. 364
In the lap of luxury; To appreciate Brussels' gastronomic glory, Richard McComb needed a bolt hole for rest and recovery before the next meal. There are plenty of economy options but our Food Critic opted for classic comfort. 380
Industry may feel hopeful but danger still lurks. 403
Inspection a must at car enthusiast's ideal home; AMESBURYROAD Alison Jones takes a tour of this fantastic Arts and Crafts property. 1209
Insurer reveals rise in revenue. 116
International firm's MBO is advised in city. 163
Invest in water - but don't drown in blue gold. 787
Ireland ready for return after fans'award. 294
Is Mr Gove playing politics? COMMENT. 449
Jazz Diary. 175
Jazz; CD releases. 148
John Shepherd adds backing to charity. 209
JUILLIARD QUARTET Birmingham Town Hall [...]; ClassicalReviews. 265
LA's the way it should be done in London. 1009
Landmark pub celebrates anniversary with own ale. 267
Law firm strengthens as new consultant signs up; A round up of news from the region's legal sector in the past week. 1219
Legal eagle looks like he could do the double... 640
LEP pushes Clegg for city deal. 698
Lighter look at sales. 204
Lock in some spring style; Though you may be hiding it under an umbrella at the moment, now is the time to start playing with style to create a new spring look. Lisa Haynes takes a look at the trends for spring hair. 776
Members ang gered by cricket club spin; viewpoint. 514
Movies on release. 970
MPs back independent schools plan. 317
Network night for Deloitte's future decision makers. 191
New arts centre opens. 152
New restaurant to add spice of life to Botanical Gardens. 150
New teacher training policy threatens crisis in recruitment. 696
No clear boundaries in teaching 'British values'. 424
Nominations announced for annual ICE awards. 2845
Painting is forgotten Turner masterpiece, claims art expert. 837
Pensions adminstration firm moves to city office. 332
Picking up the scraps is anything but Safe; Interview: Jason Statham. 740
PM backs charity walk. 176
Poor city schooling to blame for youths out of work, claims Gove; EXCLUSIVE. 755
postflickr. 106
pounds 200m for Jaguar plant only if workers accept efficiency drive. 778
pounds 50k raised for childs charity. 211
Power and the glory; Audi A8 pushes all the right buttons, says Edward Stephens. 563
Premier League has bec come a game of money - not football; viewpoint. 565
Premier music venue goes under the hammer. 395
Quirky offerings are brought to the table; Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter is set to host a 'huge cultural olympiad event'. Christopher Morley gets ready to roll... 1125
Quiz exceeds expectations. 102
Quiz of the Day. 165
Reasons to just say 'no' viewpoint. 116
Reid's sad to see Roy leave for England. 400
Reiss plans to cut his way to the top of his profession. 502
Repercussions from age case. 427
Retiring councillor to carry on fight for a Bank of Birmingham. 626
Save our schoolkids from the shackles of work suits. 970
Search for an elusive angler takes a dive... 390
Silverware firm wins deal for the city's newest hotel. 443
Sitting pretty at Phoenix. 309
Society risks losing a who ole generation to the dole queue. 665
Sound move for audio firm with ex-Villa star's help. 540
Star of hit US drama gets cold shoulder back in UK. 270
Swede success easy to achieve; Garden Watch. 348
Taking a trip to the light house; WESTBOURNEGARDENS Alison Jones discovers the hidden delights of this unusual architect-designed four-bedroom bungalow. 335
Taking train to Brussels. 494
Tata ready to pull plug on electric car launch. 927
Taxi dispute could bring city to stop. 289
Telling speech at Grant Thornton business lunch. 220
The bible for Olympic facts; BOOKREVIEW. 313
the business of life An island view on; Property expert Glyn Pitchford's memoir reflects on how he journeyed from humble wartime beginnings to the rewards of business success... and Majorca. Enda Mullen spoke to him. 1004
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST [...]; ClassicalReviews. 365
The king of romance on big screen; American author Nicholas Sparks has had more novels snapped up to become films than JK Rowling. With The Lucky One the latest, Alison Jones finds out the secret of his success. 1023
The new radicals with a design on the future; In June Idea Birmingham will be holding a jobs expo and awards to celebrate everything about industrial design in the region. In the third of a series of articles, Birmingham City University's Beverley Nielson, who is driving the project, looks at how Birmingham's 'new radicals' are tackling the growth challenge. 1185
The perfect antidote for modern life; Alun Thorne and his family found a place in Cornwall where re-charging batteries comes as standard. 953
The week ahead; What's happening near you during the next seven days. Calendar 407
This quirky converted mill has curve appeal; COVERSTORY Alison Jones sets sail for a unique property built in the 18th century in the popular village of Rowington. 912
Top tablets; Gadgets. 249
Trott throws down the gauntlet to Bears squad. 681
UK leads competitiveness for developed countries. 607
University's top nursing degree course 'under threat' EXCLUSIVE. 616
UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS English Serenata at [...]; ClassicalReviews. 292
Villa's home no comfort. 423
Volunteering can offer focus and direction; viewpoint. 210
We've the know-how to reach Wembley - Doyle. 227
Weather hits sales for air con business. 214
Wesleyan sees sales rise amid economic turmoil. 534
Why 'mumpreneur' is the word for thousands; Laura Rigney's burgeoning business support network for mothers with time to spare and a dream is proving a real inspiration, writes Alun Thorne. 1212
Win a meal for two at Carluccio's and a signed cookbook; Birmingham Post competition. 414
Work starts on new route through heart of city centre. 221
X-ray move set to pay off for growing recycle firm. 454
Young entrepreneurs helping fellow pupils [...]. 106
Zac's all guns blazing as he moves on from Disney days; Alison Jones speaks to a muscular heartthrob looking to beef up his Hollywood profile. Movie review 758

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