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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 22, 2012)

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'Business as usual' as chain seeks new owner. 284
'No' vote on female bishops is 'bitter blow'. 387
2,500 homes could be built. 130
21st century gossip is not journalism. 382
A country dwelling just bursting with character; This impressive family home offers well laid out living space with plenty of rural charm. Alison Jones takes the tour. 544
A handy spot for coffee-lovers; This stunning Grade II listed apartment has panelling, exposed beams and decorative stained glass, writes Alison Jones. 319
A home that promises more for your money; It's a definite case of 'buy one get one free' at this four-bedroom barn conversion, as Alison Jones finds out. 496
A round-up of news from the region's commercial property sector in the past week. 1515
A round-up of news from the region's finance sector in the past week. 1881
A round-up of news from the region's legal sector in the past week. 1578
A round-up of the region's manufacturing news over the past week. 1434
Air maintenance hub could see jobs boost. 644
Air Passenger Duty drag on exports push. 386
akers'it could be the end of the road Without a'march of the ma. 831
Albert Herring English Touring Opera [...]; REVIEWS. Opera review 365
Albion's price wrong again. 401
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BA and Virgin: city airport will never be an international hub; EXCLUSIVE. 1285
Ballerinas following in their siblings' footsteps; Birmingham Royal Ballet's new production is a family affair, as Fionnuala Bourke discovers. 1249
Barristers in university tie-up. 344
Batten down hatches for winter; Garden Watch. 488
Beauty. 332
Big-hearted firm. 151
Bond of Trust. 145
Book a place at the carbuncle awards. 124
Brain game. 169
Business plan switch'led to collapse of aero firm'. Company overview 661
Call to boost capacity in automotive supply chain. 596
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Cash and carry sales up 25pc after takeover. Financial report 491
CBSO Symphony Hall The CBSO [...]; REVIEWS. 282
CD releases. 421
Centro: we will step in to stop the rail chaos. 694
CIPD event. 110
City must not be a no-fly zone; COMMENT. 484
City's musical heritage could be celebrated. 325
Clinical Cannock on target with double delight. 286
Coe and read brilliant book; BOOKREVIEW. 347
College can enrol foreign students for now - court. 275
Coming up. 303
Comments from. 359
Concert hall ready to be a city crown jewel; Christopher Morley takes us around a simply stunning new music venue. 785
CONTENTS. 156
Continuity is vital for Stu; RUGBY NOTES. 463
Council could curb superstores. 673
Dame Gillian Weir Symphony Hall [...]; REVIEWS. 259
DEATHS. 170
Deferred business rates overhaul sees e-petition launched. 251
Delivering funds. 175
Designers called in for Mercedes deal. 373
Development to form part of PS90m town centre scheme. 279
Diop's extending his stay at St Andrew's. 288
Disgraced financier banned for nine years. 445
Doctor returns to offer 'antidote' to NHS reform. 591
Equal pay floodgates won't open. 392
Evgeny Kissin Symphony Hall Every [...]; REVIEWS. 240
Final journey for cycling legend Godwin. 407
Finishing touches put to new PS7m hospice. 387
Firms pitch to Post for share of vital RGF funding pot. 291
Foot to the floor in China. 1215
Football paying the price for new breed of owners. 1020
FRIDAY'S TV 23.11.12; CHOICE. 110
Funding cuts put end to awards promoting innovation. 220
Get some e street cred. 345
Getting youth engaged with political issues. 372
Gift shops, scenery and a serial killing spree; Holidays can be murder, particularly in the hands of one couple who have perfected the art.They talk to Alison Jones. 1102
Gillies targets moving from sore point to a soar point. 555
Help dealing with knotweed. 164
Hidden gem is just the wicket for cricket kids. 882
Hoop dreams. 155
Hotels could foot bill for city marketing drive as council cuts budgets. 788
How Channel 4 gave film-makers their big break. 793
I paid my debt to society - yet no-one will give me a job; Former broadcaster Ashley Blake is urging firms to at least consider employing ex-offenders, two years after leaving prison himself. He tells Graeme Brown about his struggle to find work ever since. 973
In Front of Nature Barber [...]; REVIEWS. 297
INSIDE. 111
Jazz Diary. 492
Journey's end near for first phase of station. 774
Joyous classic still worth a big Arabian night; Graham Young and Roz Laws review the latest films. Movie review 1665
Keeping Shay is a Given for Villa. 272
Knick Knack and Doo Dad [...]; REVIEWS. 171
Labour sharpen the knives. 776
Lambert is Gunner face a ferocious foe in Arsene. 721
Leon McCawley The Artrix, Bromsgrove [...]; REVIEWS. 246
Let the book shops know it's Christmas; Chris Upton brings us a list of local history books that might make the perfect festive gift. 954
Life's a beach on this farm. 188
Local winner at national PR awards. 146
Lodders Race Day. 102
Long can be a legend at the Baggies, says Regis. 449
Luxury is king size at Paris's only palace; France's first palace hotel has a relaxed, regal charm - which makes it pretty much ideal for Richard McComb. 1440
Marvel in rise of the maligned Canada geese; Nature Notes. 464
Massive shortfall of homes could hit a whole generation. 738
Mature lodge boasts youthful appearance; Farmland views from a refurbished home full of character and original features. Alison Jones reports. 582
Metro Bar to offer new place to do business. 518
More city schools go for academy status. 561
More than lip service for PS4m child cancer appeal. 1038
Movies on release. 716
New HQ is a cool move. 167
No chance of a leap of death from fiscal cliff. 368
No laughing matter over high speed rail. 274
Now's the time to buy for a future investment; While the property market has been unpredictable, the lettings market has been thriving. However, Simon Merton at Strutt and Parker says we are a nation that prefers to buy as a long-term investment and current figures show it is the best time to do so PROPERTYEXPERT. 397
Old offices to be new flats. 221
Parties agree on major benefit cuts. 348
Period home of historical note; Dating back to the 17th century, this impressive home has many original period features, writes Alison Jones. 460
Pet store has perished in dog-eat-dog digital world. 402
Pickles: equal pay bill is city's fault. 611
PM planning overhaul is welcomed. 227
Police boss scraps outsourcing plans. 567
postflickr. 112
PR firm wins in six-figure buses pitch. 213
Profit fall despite'Wiggo effect' A round-up of the most popular stories from the past week at birminghampost.net. 1667
Projecting fine design into the future. 911
PS1.3m boost for budding entrepreneurs. 238
PS36.5m upgrade for colleges. 248
PS6.5m upgrade after Hyatt rescue buyout. 467
Quirky event spaces located in beautiful surroundings; Damien Vincent, Head of Event Sales at mac birmingham, gives an insight into conferencing and events at the Edgbaston arts complex. 230
Quiz of the Day. 171
Renewable event highlights city's partnership approach; Ian Taylor, commercial director at Marketing Birmingham, reveals that the collaborative and strategic approach to attracting business tourism and inward investment for the city is paying off, with RENEWABLEUK the latest major organiser to select Birmingham as host for its prestigious event in 2013. 512
Returning doctor puts NHS under microscope; COMMENT. 176
Review will have far-reaching implications. 756
Review; Birmingham Royal Ballet Sinfonia Birmingham Cathedral. 256
Safety checks to stop fumes. 240
SAIC invests in design facilities. 160
SATURDAY'S TV 24.11.12; CHOICE. 105
Seasonal tips for selling your home. 335
Sir Bernard turns to the movies in a state of conscience; Former Lord Mayor of Birmingham Sir Bernard Zissman tells Graham Young about his plans to make a film he hopes will be as inspiring as Schindler's List. 1941
Sky is the limit for luxury living; An indoor pool complex with feature ceiling is a talking point of this property, writes Alison Jones. 572
Social housing sector can play a part in poverty battle. 223
Solbakken: Wolves set to end poor run of form. 491
Southside Stories big screen debut. 156
Stampede for bargains as Comet stores crash. 300
Stour Sturdy in chase for record. 407
Stylish techies; Gadgets. 240
Support our market, not Germany's. 218
Sweethearts go Bach to where their heart is; Roz Laws speaks to one golden couple on why returning to Brum is proving the best decision of their lives. 892
Tarmac sells stake in Midland firm to allow massive merger. 316
Tasty donation. 156
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The Audi A1 quattro - one of just 333; Ed Stephens salivates over the new, super-fast, ultra-exclusive Audi A1. 547
The bar that turned down a presidential booking... 234
The big mistletoe party; Tenbury Wells has been the home of mistletoe for over 100 years. Zoe Chamberlain reports on how people come from far and wide to join this town's special celebration. 474
The city of the car with little time for cyclists; Cycling safety has been thrown into the spotlight after a series of crashes with Olympic heroes knocked off by other road users. City biker Daniel Watson, from cycling shop On Your Bike, kept a diary of a week on the mean streets of Birmingham. 1144
The end of QE? It's too soon to say. 414
The festival that gives Birmingham much food for thought; Artisan food and traditional English drinks form a holy alliance in Hereford, writes Food Critic Richard McComb. 1612
The WEEK AHEAD; What's happening near you during the next seven days. Calendar 460
Time for savers to take risks; Jeremy Gates looks at how savers can protect their interests following the sharp surge in inflation. 906
Time is nigh for wobbling Mose. 1040
Top marks for region's conference venues. Conference news 353
Train operator promises end to disruption. 316
Tribunal Service moves in biggest letting of the year. 242
Tyler James Glee Club, Birmingham [...]; REVIEWS. 186
Union claims 'fait accompli' over bakery closure. 306
Villa star at TBG Learning celebration. 253
Wade's ready to keep on running to boost Blues. 701
Well placed to work, rest and play; Close to Rugby station, Levon Lodge calls to mind a gentleman's residence or a country home, writes Alison Jones. 890
Westwood takes a balanced view of Barry. 306
What's in a name? 208
Win a two-night break for two with Classic Lodges; Birmingham Post competition. 691
Works of art that have stories to tell; Graham Young discovers an extraordinary collection of art gathered from government buildings around the world. 519
Wrong election at wrong time. 559
Young entrepreneur in line for Prince's Trust recognition. 351

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