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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 29, 2012)

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'Give us the power and we'll be Munich of UK'. 1910
'Real' jobs for temps could solve council's staff crisis; COMMENT. 184
'Responsible drinkers will be paying for alcohol curb'. 316
'You don't want a commissioner who is part of the officers' club...' The new man at the helm of West Midlands Police is already immersed in detailed policy just a week into his PS100,000-a-year job, finds Local Government Correspondent Neil Elkes. 1510
...but listed buildings may suffer. 246
150th anniversary celebrations. 274
A ball with Cinderella; Review. 635
A chance to make that step into country living; This collection of seven properties has created a unique country community, writes Alison Jones. 675
A little colour added to the way we were. 371
A pioneer of silver screen who became the ultimate Oscar winner; Ronnie Deutsch remembers being at the opening of the first Odeon cinema in Birmingham in 1930. But, as Graham Young reveals, that was just the beginning of his remarkable life. 1823
A riveting Christmas with angels, Dickens and festive trees; The Christmas break and bad weather will give the fans of the written word the chance to indulge. Richard Edmonds looks at the pick of non-fiction publications. 1687
A round-up of news from the region's legal sector over the past week. 1489
A solution to funding as lending levels dive. 673
academies. - 'privatis sation which removes accousu untability' viewpoint. 263
After the flood: view cottage in a new light; Huge effort has gone into sorting out the problems of rising waters at this listed home, writes Alison Jones. 474
Agency staff cash in as council workers face pay cuts and sack; EXCLUSIVE. 1104
Albion are not getting ahead of themselves. 325
Anti-airport stance just does not fly; viewpoint. 253
Bake Off stars at Good Food show. 206
Bar & grill celebrates its 15th anniversary. 156
Beer we go. 163
Birmingham property business builds up expansion. 441
Birmingham property developers build foundation for success; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 337
Blues' vibe is still negative. 431
Books so good they'll go down in history; Chris Upton takes another look at some of the best local history books of the year. 902
Brad knows importance of Villa's defensive focus. 728
Building a fruitful funding relationship. 317
Building hope. 159
Building support for property businesses in the West Midlands; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 714
Butchers is cut above the rest. 162
Call to scrap 'despised' tax on empty buildings. 324
Cannock crumble as Beeston hit the jackpot with nap hand. 270
City could get PS1 billion to pilot Heseltine reform. 755
City-based agency sets out to hold The Fort. 363
Clarifications and Corrections. Correction notice 150
Clark's basic instinct can get Blues back on track. 686
Classical The Longed-for Light Elgar's [...]; CD releases. 178
Clothes Show puts focus on British talent. 296
Cold snap could be to blame for decline in birds; Nature Notes. 459
Colleges to get uni status soon. 196
Comic strip's ink-redible journey has been fine and Dandy; Next week marks the 75th anniversary of The Dandy, when it will be published in print for the last time before moving entirely online. Justine Halifax takes a look back at its heyday with the family of the Halesowen cartoonist who drew characters such as Korky the Kat. 2133
Coming up. 210
Comments from. 413
Communications firm blows its own trombone. 457
Concern raised over the viability of 'Green Deal' The Government's Green Deal for landlords is good news for the environment but could be bad news for some property owners. Alex Robinson, of Stratford-upon-Avon law firm Lodders, examines its implications PROPERTYEXPERT. 581
contents. 114
Cuts mean a lack of justice for too many. 391
Daredevil Pan rides winds of change; A theatrical daredevil stunt is the highlight of a new production of Peter Pan coming to Birmingham, writes Roz Laws. 1023
Detached has capacity for development; Popular spot for traditional style home, writes Alison Jones. 358
Early festive present. 156
Employers need to be back in apprenticeship driving seat; viewpoint. 168
Employment rights are lost in personal service company deals. 596
Ennis relives glory night; BOOKREVIEW. 358
Europe is far from out of the woods. 365
Expand your business horizons in the global pursuit of growth. 763
Expectations met in lavish adaptation; Roz Laws and Graham Young review the latest films. Movie review 1639
F-Type Jaguar launched with a little star power. 340
Firms in bid to attract new investment. 222
First park in city for 130 years to open. 245
Firth's living room acting lessons are a dream for rising star; Interview: Jeremy Irvine. 806
Flooded families could be without homes for weeks. 605
Former BBC base and royal home reopened as new hotel. 381
From humble origins came a n-ice Union; Michael Wood discovers how bad weather and a crisis call was the making of a flourishing musical team. 800
Gadgets. 347
Get help to take a vital next step. 340
Getting vocal about the power of song; Transforming the lives of children through music has been a key part of the work of choir Ex Cathedra. Christopher Morley reports. 924
Grand old structure still standing after centuries; The core of this magnificent Lichfield home dates back to the 16th century, writes Alison Jones. 799
Greater powers needed to address growing landlord and tenant issue. 368
Gyms where you - not your cash - take strain; businessofsport. 1040
Hippodrome hits PS1m target. 227
Historic carpet firm's managing director steps down after bitter dispute. 350
Hollywood meets Black Country... 149
Home is where the heart is. 417
Homes under the hammer. 333
Hospice help. 153
How a little 'salary sacrifice' could see a fringe benefit for the children. 674
How Al's garden grows; Alan Titchmarsh shows off his own back garden in his new book, as Hannah Stephenson discovers. 780
How did we all end up payinnng for something we already owned? 919
How does your company treat new media: social or antisocial? 967
I have seen the light - and I want it to go away. 967
I will live or die by my decisions - Lambert. 283
In honour of our sporting heroes. 158
In the pink. 135
Industrial action unlikely to bring festive travel joy. 705
Influential buyers impressed by region's business tourism offer; ADVERTISING FEATURE Buyers visit 15 regional venues and take part in over 50 hours' worth of meetings / Two-day Showcase declared 'very informative and very relevant' by attendees. 709
Injured employees face tough battle for compensation. 300
Inquiry call over fate of AWM assets. 331
Insolvency rate still dropping. 154
It's business sense to befriend the Bear. 440
Jazz Diary. 284
Jazz Welcome To Bat Country [...]; CD releases. Sound recording review 156
Jobless focus 'should not just concern young people'. 584
Jobs lifeline for adults is 'game changer'for firm. 733
John embraces new challenge. 997
Johnson relishing Edgbaston return. 388
Launch night an exclusive affair. 108
Leading the way as mid-market provider of private equity. 923
League must be prioritised; RUGBY NOTES. 454
Level best: Bungalow boasts an added extra; This extended dormer home sits in a pleasant rural location close to Earlswood Lakes, writes Alison Jones. 451
Living museum offers historic charm for events; Mark Reeves, General Manager (Food and Drink) at Black Country Living Museum explains how the historic venue can cater for business tourism events. Conference news 331
Local Ofsted director to focus on poor schools. 639
MANUFACTURING; A round-up of news from the region's manufacturing sector in the past week. Company overview 1272
Mini-bus gift. 173
More investment in bricks ann nd mortar is only way to solve nation's houu using crisis; viewpoint. 408
Movies on release. 883
MP Fabricant: Tories should strike UKIP deal to secure seats. 619
MP who took on press: hacking can be justified. 572
MPs: growth relies on regional transport cash. 777
New boss's grand plans to get Belfry back on the map. 664
New head for top city girls school. 210
New Jacobean stage for Shakespeare's Globe. 169
No need to go offshore to avoid tax - HCB expert. 195
Old city municipal could re-open as the'Bank of Dave'. 488
Only the best will fill Ash's boots - Povey. 381
Organisation for property professionals appoints [...]; A round-up of news from the region's commercial property sector in the past week. 1579
Oxbridge is not the be all and end all. 394
Positive steps need'backing up with clarity and guidance'. 655
postflickr. 115
PR... it's a tough job but someone's got to do it; Businessview. 1127
Private equity - a financial lifeline for small businesses. 564
Property companies could benefit from VAT policy changes. 409
Property firm secures new West Midlands site. 408
Property investment company launch A [...]; A round-up of news from the region's finance sector in the past week. 1669
PS7m plan to restore former home of Joseph Chamberlain. 356
Public 'misled' into thinking HS2 route is set in stone; viewpoint. 306
Quiz of the Day. 171
Rapid way to blitz ice; Skoda's new car has a cool way to scrape away ice, says Edward Stephens. 709
Real barn-stormer; This stylish barn conversion offers a spacious and versatile living space, writes Alison Jones. 233
Recycling the outrage. 905
Rediscovered Spitfire could return to base. 840
Residents flee massive fire at alcohol plant. 315
Restaurant crowned the best in Midlands at'curry oscars'. 186
Rock & Pop To Be [...]; CD releases. 121
Rocky road ahead for advisers. 228
Sanderson is hoping to stay out of trouble back at Mose. 530
Searching for the answers. 169
Splash of colour all year round; Garden Watch. 358
Staff on target. 164
Stagg-ering food - just wish it was a bit closer to home. 1275
Stale under pressure to get Wolves back in tune. 484
Steve gets a Special delivery from Jose. 473
Stour take a break from steamrollering opposition. 333
Strictly dress co oode. 338
Taking sides over press freedom... 324
Tarzan to help city swing to success; COMMENT. 478
Tata cuts Midland jobs; A round-up of the most popular stories from the past week at 1551
The funds, skills, expertise and passion for ensuring growth. Company overview 902
The pitfalls of extended flexible working rights. 507
The private banks with a wealth of clients; Jeremy Gates looks at what a client needs to gain access to the most exclusive private banking accounts in the world. 991
Top school in spin-off plan to meet clamour for places. 478
Tough year ahead for foundry despite profits. 567
Travelodge looks to offload Midland hotels. 337
Tributes to entrepreneur who saw future of mobile phones. Company overview 386
Tributes to pioneering surgeon. 648
Vision for commercial district as Masshouse plans are resurrected. 780
Vomiting bug forces wards to shut. 197
Walking a fine line on freedom. 436
Wealth, well managed with astute and experienced planning. 1013
What a Grand way to holiday; Graeme Brown discovers that Eastbourne's most elegant hotel is in no rush to move with the times. 950
What's happening near you during the next seven days The WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 469
Wheelie bins: unnecessary and unsightly; viewpoint. 154
Who would rise to such corporate nonsense? 401
WIN a VIP trip to Cheltenham. 412
Win AVIP trip to the International Hurdle; Birmingham Post competition. 421
Wind farm push could be blown off course. 626

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