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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 27, 2012)

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'Austerity is here for a decade so we need to think differently'. 900
'Beacon of hope'as city skills suffer. 614
'Drive, strive and thrive' is nudging us out of recession, says Lloyds'regional chief. 393
'I could see no hope, no liberty and no sleep, just a lifetime of looking after James'. 1665
'Tick-box culture harms public's trust of banks'. 572
A Brief History of Social Care in the UK. 297
A dedicated team with considerable experience. 554
A fast changing landscape captured in time. 1091
A fresh type of investment finance to plug funding gap. 919
A global answer to regional atrophy; COMMENT. 401
A graphic tale from the beginning; Richard Edmonds marvels at a new book that examines the history of printing from 1700 to 1914. 944
A major advisor during some excellent projects. 473
A Midland law firm has [...]. 143
A solicitors firm has held [...]. 120
A strong team that offers very level-headed advice; Insolvency and corporate recovery. 1109
A team of barristers have [...]. 167
A well resourced, experienced and highly-competent team; Commercial litigation Birmingham. 1388
Active in complex challenging cases. 2124
An excellent understanding of client's requirements. 413
An impressive rosta of clients who rely on a sound service. 351
As a region we are stronger, otherwise it's sink or swim; viewpoint. 394
Asset-based finance is still growing despite tough times. 405
Attracting many client accolades. 455
Auto-enrolment - the biggest change to pensions in decades. 827
Backing for holiday home firm buyout. 186
Banks have to start earning our trust back. 381
Birmingham City FC's shirt sponsor [...]. 114
Birmingham's in the zone for economic growth; This week saw the official launch of Albert Bore's vision to secure the economic future of Birmingham through six new economic zones. Enda Mullen looks at the thinking behind the scheme. 1377
Blair Jnr 'being groomed' for MP; LESREID Political Correspondent. 561
Boosting skills is only way to drive success. 235
Building on a whole century of success at Clement Keys. 796
Busy year for an experienced outfit. 1159
Calm and measured approach. 2100
Cameron embraces'political disaster'. 196
Can hitman Bruce stay in the loop? Graham Young and Roz Laws review the latest films. 1343
Cash boost for Park Central plan. 248
Centre of legal excellence. 378
Chance to add a family touch. 357
City needs to shake off 'dirty' image. 206
Clarke ready for Warriors bow. 481
Classical Beethoven for All: The [...]; CD releases. 176
Classical Reviews. 805
Clegg shows thin skin with Labour attack. 350
Clegg's protest is a powerful message; COMMENT. 168
Clegg: If you want protest politics then vote Labour. 1469
Colin's aim to see Orlando bloom; University of Birmingham music professor Colin Timms talks to Christopher Morley about preparing for an opera premiere. 942
Collecting diary. 184
Coming up. 268
Comments from. 377
Communicating a specialist message. 1860
Concise and straightforward advice. 675
Connecting Birmingham to global economic networks; By Sir Albert Bore, Leader, Birmingham City Council. 432
Conscientious but robust and realistic. 780
Council bosses fear planning free-for-all; NELELKES Local Government Correspondent. 470
Council told to target 136 staff who take two thirds of all sick days. 713
Counting the cost of ageing. 1545
Court advantage: fine views over parkland; This grade II listed, three storey house has extensive cellars, a gatehouse, garages and is set in nearly 200 acres of unspoilt countryside. Alison Jones reports. 905
Create a grand view; viewpoint. 116
Cup hero Gabby reveals his goals for the season. 282
DAB radios; Gadgets. 276
Delightful country estate possesses lots of scope. 808
Demonstrating the differences regarding the burden of proof; Weightman's Jane Cox looks at how employers deal with minefield of misconduct and criminality in the workplace. 847
Dicks pays tribute to 'fantastic man' Bond. 279
Driving growth with PS6m funding package. 450
Duran Duran star glad to be back on Planet Earth; Fionnuala Bourke about growing up in the city. 953
Education firm sets up city HQ. 244
Eight volunteers from the Birmingham [...]. 114
End of the road for local pay deals? 214
Ex-vicar accused of stealing PS1m says he was owed money. 762
Exotic plants take root; An abundance of exotic veg from chick peas to callaloo is being grown in gardens and allotments across the Midlands. Mary Griffin looks at a research project designed to boost the survival of our more unusual crops. 662
Fears mount ahead of crux quarter day. 488
Finance to double production at new Holbourne premises. 427
First class practice, experienced in solving problems quickly. 555
Fishing town's delights had me hooked; Stunning sea views, historic sights and fabulous fresh fish made a trip to Falmouth memorable for Andy Richards. 960
Forget gilts - equities are golden opportunity. 381
From farm building to beautiful dwelling; Barn conversion has wonderful arched windows giving views across the countryside. Alison Jones reports. 411
Further healthcare interest at Pebble Mill. 507
Gameplan must contain some pride and passion. 661
Gender ruling that will affect all forms of pension provision. 695
Get set to access the hedge fund; Garden Watch. 422
Get yourself set for autoenrolment. 413
Getting a patent without prototype. 460
Grand Designs on making awards gala best ever. 451
Hair and make-up for 2013; If this bleak autumn weather has got you down why not flash forward to next spring? London Fashion Week gave us a glimpse into the clothing and colour trends for 2013. Lisa Haynes checks out next year's hot looks. 709
Harriers turning to the royalty of athletics to help new generation. 474
Having an emphasis on wealth preservation. 746
Healthcare injects growth into the local economy. 1899
Heavy defeat forgotten as victory lightens mood at Cannock. 290
How a rural life was swallowed by urban sprawl. 472
How to approach an interview. 367
HS2 is 'good for economy and environment'. 408
Independents need own quarter and helping hand; viewpoint. 353
Insuring to stay ahead of the unexpected. 775
International reach and focus on complex work. 309
Ireland set to be sidelined for two games. 284
Is a business bank finally a solution worth credit? 1201
Jane Austen for kids is a magical formula; Children's Book. 341
Jazz Diary. 550
Jazz Swept Away Marc Johnson/Eliane [...]; CD releases. 162
JJB lose their shirt after taking eye off the ball. 1023
Keep your finger on the pulse with analysis of regional healthcare issues. 185
Lambert's men raring to go for derby showdown. 690
Leumi ABL: providing robust financing solutions. 643
Lexus put the wind up rivals - not their drivers; There will be no fear of messing up your hairstyle with this draught-free classy convertible, writes Edward Stephens. 752
Lively discussion with Foundation. 143
Loan gets fitness firm in shape; A round up of news from the region's finance sector in the past week. Company overview 1408
Love it to death... 121
Lukaku is happy to learn ropes at Albion. 485
Major promotion for Weaver. 229
Making an impression. 474
Making our skills as fit as a butcher's; Fed up with pre-wrapped supermarket meat? A growing number of people are now learning how to make their own favourite cuts. Mary Griffin joins an award-winning Warwickshire butchers on a crash course in butchery skills. 1071
Manufacturers outperforming rest of country. 283
Marie Curie appeal given a BIG boost. 285
Market must build on a summer of optimism; A surprisingly busy summer of activity bodes well for the market this autumn, all it needs is the confidence to act says David Jones of Wyre Forest estate agents Allan Morris & Jones PROPERTYEXPERT. 532
Martine is Style ecatwalk queen. 221
Midland property rivals merge to form new firm. 380
Mike leaves it to the missus. 866
Motivating and keeping staff. 486
Movies on release. 1194
New centre gives teens fresh chance. 271
New chapter in story of university library. 443
New head of funding to help firm's growth plans; A round-up of news from the region's legal sector in the past week. 1200
New platform for designers. 300
New start-up creates seven jobs with loan from Lloyds TSB. 426
No jackpot for Clegg; viewpoint. 157
No simple answer to old university hierarchies. 396
No5 Chambers - regional, national and international reputations. 550
Notable expertise in leveraged and real estate financing; Banking and finance. 727
Olly searches for his own route. 1235
On yer bike... following in slipstream of our cycling superheroes; how the sport has put the nation in a spin. 1894
Open day for busy buyers. 252
Open fields outlook for home in historic setting; Traditional touches for detached built less than 10 years ago. Alison Jones reports. 361
Open wide - a look at dentistry. 1948
Pair promoted at consultancy. 128
Party gal Barbara shows she's Nice by name, nice by nature; From raffles to games, comedian Janice Connelly promises to keep the audience entertained for her latest Birmingham show, writes Roz Laws. 880
Pointing the way ahead for marital pre-nup agreement. 688
Police in 'PC Pleb' t-shirts protest in troubled MP's constituency. 433
Pop Babel Mumford & Sons [...]; CD releases. Sound recording review 142
postflickr. 299
Profits rise as rental income boosts firm. Financial report 351
Quiz of the Day. 176
Raise your glasses to a past pub; Up until 10 years ago, this stylish family home set in two acres was a pub as Alison Jones discovers. 337
Refurb gives new lease of life to the old rectory; Bespoke entertainment system includes awardwinning cinema room - Alison Jones takes the tour. 1109
Region must be part of UK infrastructure debate; While the region has continued to attract inward investment, it must now increase its activity or face losing out to other major cities. Mike Steventon, senior partner of KPMG in Birmingham looks at what needs to be done in the last of the Inward Investment Series. 505
Russia offers big potential for investors. 371
Scientologists invest in mansion; A round-up of the most popular stories from the past week at 1615
Search Engine Optimisation. 324
Seismograph invention was a Shaw thing; Chris Upton discovers how one Black Country man shook the world with a new machine created in his garden shed. 927
Seven employees from the Midland [...]. 121
Shareholders set for showdown with carpet bosses. 690
She tackled war, now Rosie turns to religion; Recovering from a knee operation prompted Rosie Kay to delve into the world of religion for her latest dance production, writes Alison Jones. 1092
Sixways fever on the wane; RUGBY NOTES. 475
Soap star glad to mix it with the Bouncers; Midland acting star Don Gilet tells Alison Jones about his latest role and working with theatre legend John Godber. 782
Solbakken knows it's dog eat dog for Wolves. 452
Some grounds for cautious optimism. 903
Specialist team held in high esteem. 717
Squire acquire new blood and provides pragmatic solutions. 402
Staff from the Midland offices [...]. 177
Superstar hit comes to Brum. 367
Sweet taste of success. 217
Sydney Mitchell- recommended lawyers with exceptional vision. 514
The Birmingham base of a [...]. 109
The heat is on because the central heating is off. 1051
The launch of Edgbaston Medical Quarter. 464
The new order means taking a longer-term investment strategy; Matt Waddell, head of corporate finance at PWC in the Midlands, looks at why investors are taking a longer view. 669
Theatre Reviews. 1014
There is still a considerable appetite for good deals. 843
Thoroughly professional team that acts for leading retailers. 465
Top restaurant to help bring a taste of Buenos Aires to city. 926
Top service with a bank of considerable experience. 514
Traders 'positive' after meeting council leader. 594
Travolta's Savage return is down to the director; Interview: John Travolta. 777
Trees show their colours as we're all set to shiver. 152
Tributes to woman who created one of UK's largest charities. 392
Tried& Tested. 129
Triumph starts with a'tri' and ends in an 'umph' ..! 457
Two cyclists from the Birmingham [...]. 119
Urban cyclists: BMW drivers with no car... 378
Very busy and successful year despite challenging conditions. 904
Victoria leads from front; BOOKREVIEW. 354
Villa's timing just perfect. 466
Vitriol and abuse is the price of power, claims Deputy PM. 591
Volunteers from the Midland office [...]. 133
Way clear for expansion of David Phillips. 214
We can't afford more governance; viewpoint. 153
Well-resourced unit with clear pragmatic and concise advice. 598
Wet summer will lead to a riot of colour; Nature Notes. 397
Who are the Brummies..? The CBSO can let the world know; viewpoint. 199
Why fine principles could never help financial advisers behave themselves; MAXTHOWLESS-REEVES. 900
Win a PS600 Vanmoof bicycle and Dare2b clothing; Birmingham Post competition. 523
Work experience'should be compulsory'to solve skills crisis. 282
Work experience: managing all of the legal requirements; The best things in life are free but are they legal? Victoria Duddles from Weightmans looks at the legal status of internships. 828
Work longer and go easy on the banks - Digby; CILLIANO'BRIEN Business Staff. 691
Yale Garage is sold lock, stock and barrel. 436
Yet more bad news for savers; Jeremy Gates looks at how savers are getting scorched by a new fall in interest rates. 1148

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