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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 24, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
'Brian Cox effect' sees university physics course inundated. 717
'Supporters can win UK referendum on Europe'. 421
'The only way is up for' property investment. 498
'Ultimate'Range Rover launched. 494
1,000-day milestone for gypsy camp protesters. 739
100,000 more in work but overall jobless figure rises. 486
2012 worst year yet for M6 Toll. 760
4,000 jobs hopes dashed as regeneration halted. 555
8 REVIEWS birminghampost.net/music. 1471
A brighter new horizon. Company overview 791
A creation that makes debt unfashionable. 550
A deal that's solid oak. 553
A formula for success. 436
A heavenly home with a touch of LA glamour; American inflences have been brought to bear on this stunning luxury home, writes Alison Jones. 910
A knight at the theatre. 425
A No.1 book about No.1s; BOOKREVIEW. 360
A philanthropist of the airways. 547
A round-up of news from [...]. Company overview 1506
A time to make savvy choices for year ahead; New Year resolutions for saving and investments, by Stephen Jones, head of Brewin Dolphin, Birmingham. 773
A very old family firm. 477
Abolition of Agricultural Wages Board 'welcomed'. 405
Acquisitions on the menu. 600
All you needed to know... When Google failed to supply an answer about one of the city's late great politicians, Jon Griffin reached for a trusty old friend, the Birmingham Post Year Book. He looks back fondly at the region's go-to directory in an age before the internet. Directory 1109
An Ocean of money. 335
Ancient foundations for a fairly modern manor; Hall goes from Saxon monastery to gorgeous Arts and Crafts design, writes Alison Jones. 745
Appropriate name. 223
ashid Tayub, 63, and his [...]. 236
Awaiting a new Sabbath album. 552
BBC payout for Virdee in 'bullying' row. 361
Beaumont backs Championship. 1284
Beware the hazards as a first-time exporter; asktheexperts. 821
Birmingham bucks trend to post best ever results. Financial report 308
Blue blood and blue plaques. 438
Bon viveur Michael was a controversial charmer; Tribute: Michael Winner. 840
Bore joins supercabinet to battle'immoral cuts'. 803
Breakfast buffet. 210
Bright pupils. 176
Britain's oldest brewery gets down to earth as it expands. 861
Bucking the trend with double-digit growth. 722
Building an empire. 488
Building veteran with a big heart. 398
Bulky waste collection fee voted down. 195
BUYING a supercar has changed [...]; Advertisement Feature. 255
Charge drunks for NHS use; viewpoint. 107
Charity Bill 'a boost to third sector finance'. 310
Chicago campaigns to reinstate air link to twin city Birmingham. 908
Chink of light for region's construction sector. 347
City break that's a sweet treat; A chocolate inspired weekend break is one way to enjoy the historic city of York, writes Jasbir Authi. 882
City tightens belt on lavish banquet for new lord mayor. 592
City's biggest hotel finishes PS4.7m upgrade. 165
City's homeless building futures with cupcakes. 739
City's PS15m 'call to arms'to tackle youth jobs crisis. 951
City's smart thinking is 'incomprehensible drivel'. 733
Civic Society hosts breakfast at Hotel du Vin. 138
Clarifications and Corrections. Correction notice 150
Clarke can't wait for the window to slam shut. 470
Classical Massenet Ivre D'Amour Silver [...]; CD releases. 159
Clever - and silly - twist on classic tales; Children's Book. 394
Colliding with growth. 502
Coming up. 243
Comments from. 453
Committed to Villa, prudence and the arts. 780
Construction projects on a global scale. 545
Contact Enda Mullen at enda.mullen@birminghampost.net. 1344
contents. 123
CONTENTS. 140
Costume designers make an exhibition of themselves. 481
Counting one's wealth. 863
Crafty appeal. 175
CREATIVE; A round-up of news from the region's creative sector in the past week. 1561
Death of CEF founder. Obituary 293
DEATHS. 274
Digby backs injured troops' microlight flight over pole. 370
Digging up a fortune despite dip. 471
Diversification makes business as solid as a ROK. Company overview 403
Doctor Harry remains in rude health; Comedian Harry Hill has come a long way since his days as a hospital doctor. He talks to Roz Laws about giving up TV, writing a musical and how he has forgotten all of his medical training. Theater review 1165
Documentary uncovers 'real story'behind passive investing. 909
Don't expect a magical turnaround - Saunders. 490
Drinkers raise a toast to city's 'finest pub'. 346
Drinks are on SGH Martineau. 130
Dynamic duo aim to cook up a storm at the culinary World Cup; The pressure is on for two Midland chefs as they prepare for the Bocus d'Or. Richard McComb joined them in the kitchen. 1638
Eager to maintain a valuable land bank. 142
Early birds ca atch the jams as snow bringgs city to halt; viewpoint. 1024
English exam fiasco fails to quell success in city. 789
Entrepreneurial Triumph. 504
Ex Blues stadium manager accused of fraud. 202
Fevered panic that wouldn't go down well in Corinth. 401
FINANCE; A round-up of news from the region's finance sector over the past week. 1664
Food giant and a charitable knight of the realm. 549
Free parking could save High Streets. 385
From tea to the tee. 352
Funerals group completes takeover. 219
Gadgets. 238
Garlick already planning summer deals. 288
Give UK trade body extra clout says Midlands MP. 423
Good will mission. 164
Grand scheme for top city hotel. 490
Great expectations of parental rights; A Royal baby is reminder to local employers on workplace paternity and maternity rights, says Shakespeares. 469
Hardwaring business. 332
Harsh lessons ahead if the snow doesn't stop. 1019
Having the Will to keep shareholders on side. 632
Hayter loss is a major blow; RUGBYNOTES. 480
Heavenly village farmhouse was bishop's abode; Beamed ceilings and exposed timber frames bear testimony to village farm's historic past, writes Alison Jones. 687
Helping hand for law firms. 115
High speed rail depot will destroy jobs - MP. 677
Hospice help. 178
HR issues a big deal for small firms. 401
I am hurting as much as the fans insists Lambert. 638
Inquiry over M6 closure. 167
INSIDE. 132
Investing in dealerships. 495
It's no holds Bard at the 'Shakespeare gymnasium' says Gregory; New RSC boss Gregory Doran has big plans. Theatre writer Marion McMullen finds out how he's aiming to bring some of the country's top actors to the Warwickshire stage for some leading Shakespeare anniversaries. 1042
Jazz Diary. 555
Jazz Gamak Rudresh Mahanthappa A [...]; CD releases. 146
John pays his UK dues. 540
Kirsty is richest of rich. 614
Kudos to the designers; Alison Jones discovers a gorgeous kitchen/diner just made for creating tasty cuisine in front of an appreciative audience. 514
Laura to jet off with England after final crunch. 297
Let your allotment go to seed; Garden Watch. 368
Local firms must genuinely coommit to helping women rise to the top. 832
Long line of aristocracy without a public house. 404
Maintaining a sharp rise in property assets. 280
Making plans for complicated new changes to child benefit. 397
Making the call at the right time. 371
Marking a good year after the downturn. 425
Mobile phone coverage is a factor in home decision; We check the local schools out, we check the transport links out, we even check the local pub out... but how many of us would check out mobile phone coverage when we're thinking of buying or renting a home? PROPERTYEXPERT. 467
Movies on release. 1010
Murray aiming to roar like Lion for Scotland. 361
Nana was the inspiration for first novel; Inspired by her grandmother, a Sixties children's TV presenter, journalist Emma Clark Lam decided to pen her first novel on Kindle. She talks to Zoe Chamberlain. 931
New boss for Millennium Point. 292
New centre's goal to help SMEs prosper. 222
New Co-op for city suburb. 258
No answers - just a flurry of doubts. 423
No5 Chambers offers a lifeline to investors hit by credit crunch. 876
Nominations wanted for arts patrons. 199
One advisory firm that's ready for the rule changes. 920
One of the oldest families in the city. 501
Online gambling is proving a safe bet for Coates. 583
Original features hark back to Victorian times; Here's a property with decor and styling in keeping with its history. 450
Patriotic loyalty for club and country. 471
Peacemakers and good men... 546
Penalties of missing tax deadline. 225
Physical response to Brian Cox effect; COMMENT. 161
Plumb business model. 639
postflickr. 276
PR firm rescued after ex treasurer stole PS180,000. 498
Pressures of a president are well captured; Graham Young and Roz Laws review the latest films. 1383
Property specialist. 342
Quiz of the Day. 151
Rankin's hit by flare-up of an old foot problem. 655
Redrow buyout ditched as profits soar by 70 pc. 736
Region forms heart of UK 'Motorsport Valley'. 1021
Region's skills crisis left it more vulnerable to double dip recession; Urban policy think-tank Centre For Cities has released its annual outlook on the UK's major conurbations. Graeme Brown speaks to one of its economists, Paul Swinney, how the West Midlands fares in the research results. 925
Rent income up 12 per cent at Midland property firm. 390
Rich getting richer 'good for job creation and tax'. 799
Rob's rich home life. Concert review 474
Rock & Pop Opposites Biffy [...]; CD releases. Sound recording review 141
Royal Ballet orchestra one big happy family; working orchestras in the country, the Birmingham Royal Ballet Sinfonia. 890
School closures set firms back PS100m as workers stay away. 858
Seeking compensation for abuse of the elderly. 445
Selfridges Birmingham welcomes you to the ultimate personal shopping experience; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 255
Service to give landlords peace of mind. 239
Shiraz Tejani's LPC Group, [...]. 285
Small rise in cost of luxury goods offers a helping hand. 470
Snow comes at a delicate time for us. 355
Stop crops going to pot; The humble potato causes a flurry of excitement for gardeners at an annual Warwickshire gardening charity event. But will the persistent wet weather blight growing prospects? Sarah Probert reports. 772
Stylish fundraiser. 154
Success is a sweet dish. 483
Tax planning for business assets. 463
Taxing times for UK fraudsters; HMRC is sparing no expense in its efforts to track down tax fraud. Could you be in the crossfire without even realising it? Kathryn Gaw reports. 646
Taxpayer foots bill for council's PS800k 'accounting error'. 750
The brand of success. 447
The choice of life. 555
The city family who have made fame their fortune; Are the Spencers the biggest showbiz family in the Midlands? Graham Young reveals their extraordinary story. 2035
The drinks are on Raj. 207
The land of plenty. 461
The life and thoughts of a Victorian bank clerk; Through his diary, annotated in the book Talking With Past Hours, William Fletcher gives an intimate portrait of life in the Midlands during the 1800s. Chris Upton reports. 980
The perfect union of the old with the new; Contemporary styling contrasts beautifully with original features at this renovated barn, writes Alison Jones. 477
The solution to January's ills is to move Christmas. 970
There's many challenges ahead - but it's not all negative news; The outlook for the dealmaking market in 2013 - by Graham Young, Midlands head of leveraged finance at HSBC. Industry overview 1037
Third time lucky for city culture bid? 361
Throwing a Snowball at Jam House. 125
Time to stand out in company car park; The stylish Kia Optima is an ideal alternative to the standard company car, as Edward Stephens discovers. 721
Tip shop plan takes recycling a step further. 246
Tips to aid your Big Birdwatch; Nature Notes. 389
To freeze or not to freeze? 920
Top marks for grammar school - 500 years on. 246
Tranquil spot on the waterfront. 260
Travel Facts. 121
Tribunal for police force as officers retired off. 188
Troubled HMV had very little choice, sadly. 397
Turkish Airlines and city airport host media party. 109
UK Bar Guide recognises No5 experts. 560
Uncertain futures for 19 of Clark's squad. 281
Viability often lost in rush for redevelopment; viewpoint. 125
Villa are the underdogs. 467
Vlaar: No time for a hangover. 294
War veteran who won't slow down. 384
Warm thoughts. 145
Wasps-bound Charlie thanks Moseley for tier two stage. 509
Watchdog fears biomass move. 218
We have to start winning soon admits Blues boss. 618
What's happening near you during the next seven days The WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 499
Wheelie bin survey to look at every city home. 265
Where is the sporting largesse for Waterfield? businessofsport. 1035
Why Obama's home town remains proud; As Barack Obama was sworn in for a second term, Kat Keogh travelled to Birmingham's twin city Chicago to sample the sentiment after four years of financial crisis and struggle. 1010
With their wealth comes our jobs; COMMENT. 491
Workers in Midlands victims of 'blacklisting'. 302
You may be young but only one person can plan for your retirement. 787

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