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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 18, 2013)

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'Blacklisted' construction workers set for payout. 327
'Defrauded'charity set to claw back missing cash. 721
20-year plan to create city of the cycle. 402
A crafty idea putting sewing into spotlight; Making her own clothes has always been a passion for Birmingham sewer Lauren Guthrie. She talks to Betti Hunter about being a finalist in BBC2's Great British Sewing Bee and her plans for a new shop to encourage others to take up the craft. 960
A true test of champions; It''s 26 gruelling miles that leaves participants exhausted and blistered -but they come back year after year. Marion looks at the appeal of the London Marathon. 871
Aircraft noise school cash boost. 186
also showing... 613
An unpalatable message for Labour - from Blair. 913
Assisted places scheme up for award. 330
Auschwitz:a tragedy we must never forget; PROFILE; Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss, stepsister of Anne Frank, has written about the struggles that followed Auschwitz and her determination to ensure people never forget. Hannah reports. 1242
Back on the road and ready to party; Fighting back from a crippling brain aneurysm, singer-songwriter KarlWallinger talks to Dave Freak about his long-awaited return to the music scene. 895
Baggies can clip Magpies' wings. 428
BARRISTERS IN TRAINING FOR BOXING NIGHT; POST THRIVE PEOPLE. 152
BDO hosts annual budget briefing. 183
Beauty and the beach; Destination:. 546
Big cities go it alone to lobby Whitehall on cuts. 683
Boasting a sense of real splendour; WESTFIELDFARMHOUSE This home benefits from impressive rural views, writes Alison Jones. 508
Bonding with Brosnan; A home in paradise, a wonderful wife and a career still going strong -Pierce Brosnan has few complaints. In an exclusive interview from Hawaii, he talks Bond, beaches and beauties with Shereen Low. 1417
Brindleyplace launch 2013 Dragonboat festival. 196
Brits must learn from euro crisis; Botched bailouts and savings taxes - what can the eurozone crisis teach us about our financial future? Kathryn Gaw reports. 616
Broad Street chief told not to contact lap-dancing boss. 647
BUSINESS TO COMMUNITY RELATIONS EVENT; POST THRIVE PEOPLE. 164
CBSO/Viennese Symphony Hall IF [...]; REVIEWS. 253
CHARITY ABSEIL BOOSTS COMIC RELIEF; POST THRIVE PEOPLE. 140
Cities run for the hills as they ditch country ways; Comment. 908
City counts cost of welfare cuts as businesses fear revenue fall; EXCLUSIVE. 1167
Clancy's 'positive' bid to take over Labour leadership. 405
Classical; CD RELEASES. 167
Classy F-Type's a pure joy; With its sophisticated design and muscular performance, Chris Russon laps up Jaguar's new big cat TEST DRIVE. 800
Collapsed NHS trust in pledge on patient care. 741
Colleges boosted by PS5m grant. 206
Comments from. 443
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY; A round-up of news from the region's commercial property sector in the past week. 1186
contents. 129
CONTENTS. 158
Cultural vandalism of destroying old library; viewpoint. 239
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Symphony Hall [...]; REVIEWS. 248
DEATHS. 376
Developer's new plans revealed. 381
Discover a taste of the country in a city setting; MILLMEAD One outstanding feature of this charming home is its well laid out grounds, writes Alison Jones. 828
Divisive even in death... but after all, just a human being; Political Editor Jonathan Walker reports from London on the funeral's impact. 631
DVDs. 299
Dwelling harks back to its agricultural origins; This former hop kiln and coach house has been converted into a stylish living space, writes Alison Jones EASTHAMKILN. 434
Feel-good food to cook at home; Avoid running on empty with chef and TV regular Dale tasty recipes that will keep you going whether you''re training the London Marathon or just have a busy day ahead. 1113
Final journey of The Iron Lady. 812
FINANCE; A round-up of the news from the region's finance sector in the past week. 1646
FLORAL BORDER. 193
Fogle goes back to basics a wild life. 831
for a tipple even a saint couldn''t refuse; ON WINE. 679
Former BBC journalist plans to stand as a Midland MP. 179
Four-year war serial revealed. 219
Fresh & Easy turns out to be rotten. 388
GOLFERS SWING OUT FOR MARIE CURIE; POST THRIVE PEOPLE. 140
Grass roots support; There''s time to give your lawn a spring boost to help it survive worst of the weather, says Hannah. 578
Great tastes straight from city's streets; Birmingham's next generation of chefs are turning their backs on restaurants to run burger vans and snack shacks, writes Mary Griffin. 876
Guilty of taking eye off the ball. 396
Happy to bringing Bartok to Brum; One of the leading orchestras in the world comes to Birmingham next week. Christopher Morley talks to its principal conductor. 613
Herbal migrane medicine warning. 212
Historic pub closing to make way for pool. 304
Homecoming gig will be like all our Christmasses come together; As Black Sabbath prepare for two shows in Birmingham, guitar legend Tony Iommi talks to Paul Cole about his new album, battling cancer and the legal wrangles with Ozzy Osbourne. 1797
House hides a sordid tale of adultery, betrayal and murder; A beautiful Cotswold mansion hides a dark secret from the past. Chris Upton looks at how a failed marriage led to a murder plot within 17th century aristocracy. 964
HS2 link to city could put UK at centre of major European air hub; viewpoint. 319
INSIDE. 287
It may be big it's not clever; FILM REVIEW. 1200
It's the year of living dangerously for Premier League's stragglers; SportComment businessofsport with Peter Sharkey. 1195
JAZZ DIARY. 438
Jazz; CD RELEASES. 150
LATE BREAKS. 288
Lauren's body of evidence; BOOKREVIEW. 392
LEGAL. 1230
Life and death through a lens as a nation crumbles. 1272
Life's been 'crazy' for Voice finalist; The Voice UK runner-up Bo Bruce talks to Marion McMullen about touring, recording her debut album and her relationship with judge Danny O'Donoghue. 695
Market Watch; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE Brought to you by. 1370
Marston's hit by snowy weather. 134
Midland wind farm battle is not about'nimbyism' viewpoint. 344
Midlands drama suffers a TV production crisis. 745
Money museum idea for municipal bank building. 606
New anger over plans for windfarm. 330
New device could mean that perfect sales pitch. 372
New Jaguars in pipeline as F-Type hits the road. 225
New life for coffin works with new PS200k grant. 575
New life for wall to see... viewpoint. 114
New scheme drives young entrepreneurs. 199
Nothing to be sneezed at; PROUDLOVE. 1087
Nursing boost after charity's record year. 216
Offer success at firm's open day; PROPERTYNEWS. 379
on trend. 133
Payment holiday part of long-term plan - Povey. 899
Police spending PS1m on consultants despite cuts; A round-up of the most popular stories from the past week at birminghampost.net. 995
Premium brands team up. 387
PS2.7bn spend unveiled as water chief steps down. 460
Quiz of the Day. 168
Rare chance to secure a piece of the countryside; This extensive country estate is on the market for only the second time since 1880, writes Alison Jones COVERSTORY. 791
Ready to grin and bear it in the Rockies; Hungry brown bears give PETER THOMPSON paws thought on a train journey through Canada''s Rocky Mountains. 1035
Retirement looms - but have you done your research? 833
REVIEW. 882
REVIEW. 256
REVIEW. 270
Rise in flexi-office space. 123
Rock & Pop; CD RELEASES. 160
RUGBY DINNER RAISES PS2,500 FOR CITY KIDS; POST THRIVE PEOPLE. 156
Ryan latest man to try to turn potential into prizes; RugbyTalkwith Brian Dick. 928
Scandal that rocked the Victorian court; Playwright Tanika Gupta wanted to write "a multi-cultural costume drama" exploring the hidden history of Indians living in Queen Victoria's London. She talks to Catherine Vonledebur about her thought-provoking new play. 995
Sit down and log on... Wi-Fi benches are city first. 166
Site sold for house scheme. 129
Sound move as PA firm expands. 554
Spring clean your beauty routine; Has dreary weather left you sporting a complexion? Lisa Reveals how to make your skin sparkle for spring. 751
Springtime Break; Fantastic Value Holidays! 843
Strikes loom - but it could be worse. 379
Stunning family home is a real showstopper; SILVEREDGE Situated close to picturesque open countryside is this high quality residence, writes Alison Jones. 735
STYLIST. 343
Sutton closes in on referendum over breakaway council. 729
Sweetening the tribunal process. 417
Take steps to avoid any hedge war declaration; PROPERTYEXPERT One man's leafy boundary can be another's light blocker. High hedges can often cause friction between neighbours. Lauren McGurk of Lodders Solicitors examines the root causes of such complaints and what can be done to resolve them. 722
Take the plunge with an historic waterside cottage; SEVENSIDE Benefiting from stunning waterside views are a portfolio of former British Waterways properties, writes Alison Jones. 405
Task force to help 14,000 city families crippled by benefits cuts; Huge welfare changes revealed Businesses fear knock-on effect EXCLUSIVE. 103
Thatcher had us barking - and chirping. 381
Thatcher, UK manufacturing and a lesson from Japan's lost decades. 1010
The hidden costs of cutting benefits; COMMENT. 414
The Russians just love playing at Priory club; TENNISWEEK. 301
this week. 135
Time to move on and tackle problems of today; COMMENT. 156
Top chef launches new city restaurant. 148
TOP TEN. 212
Tributes to creator of hepatitis vaccine who studied in city. 833
TRIED & TESTED. 184
TWO CORPORATIONS AWARDED THE BIG TICK; POST THRIVE PEOPLE. 188
Two-tonne sculpture to take pride of place in village. 166
U-turn over changes to planning policies. 391
UKTI boss speaks at science park. 188
Unemployment at two-year high. 230
University boosts city economy by PS1 billion. 602
University vice chancellor joins Local Enterprise Partnership. 355
Victory for villagers in gypsy fight. 312
WEEK AHEAD. 347
Why greater freedom for all proved an illusion. 376
Why our past could allow us to design our future; Birmingham could be a world beater when it comes to design, says the woman behind a celebration of the city's creativity. Cillian O'Brien reports. 1235
Why the revolution is not likely to be tweeted. 981

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