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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 11, 2013)

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'Festivals capital' bid to boost tourism. 275
'I'll bring child sex offenders to justice' Watson to target paedophiles after controversial resignation SPECIAL INTERVIEW. 119
'No closure'motion for council-owned pools fails to float. 568
'Opt-in' system for members. 185
28 VOLUNTEERS BRAVE CHARITY ABSEIL. 168
A character semi with a hidden space secret; The possibility of a fourth storey of accommodation is just one thing that makes this home unique, writes Alison Jones. 421
A comfortable retirement. 767
A diet of outrageous DOFE ideas. 427
A healthy workforce = more chance of a healthy profit... that's the bottom line. 1216
A Partridge like faux pas that exposes the real truth. 965
A perfect picture of paradise; TRAVEL Stunning beaches, palm trees, pool bars, blue seas and azure skies. No wonder Helen Harper went to the Dominican Republic with a boyfriend but returned home with a fiance. 1097
A response that hinders region's growth chances; COMMENT. 149
A round-up of all the news from the legal sector in and around the region. 1024
A round-up of news from the region's commercial property sector in the past week. 1298
A round-up of news from the region's commercial property sector in the past week. 976
A round-up of news from the region's manufacturing sector in the past week. 1147
A round-up of the week in the Midlands finance sector. 1605
A3 is a model of German efficiency; Edward Stephens ENJOYSAUDI's sporty and surprisingly frugal offering TEST DRIVE. 565
agenda. 213
All change on pensions - are you ready? 413
also showing ... 563
ANDREW CAMPBELL ON WINE. 679
Apprenticeships are merely child's play for Lawnswood. 753
Astbury Hall in the spotlight. 245
Awards prize pot just got bigger; TRAVEL Vote for your travel heroes and enter great holiday draw. 487
Baby frenzy pays Royally for lookalike. 239
Bathroom bonanza. 188
Birmingham Bach Choir Birmingham Oratory [...]; REVIEWS. 208
Birmingham Sport receives support from RSM Tenon. 451
Blue-light service merger deemed 'completely mad'. 632
Bore draws opposition over Partnership plans. 714
Brum's getting some exciting fringe benefits; ARTS A new arts festival arrives in Birmingham and its creator is confident it will catch the imagination. Roz Laws reports. 662
Can you recognise this local landmark? 210
Capital growth for bus firm. 175
Car industry big winners of cash lifeline for region. 641
Castle restoration was a noble deed; HISTORY The renovation of one of Warwickshire's lesser known castles has been completed. Chris Upton takes a look around. 941
Celebrating a new school of uplifting design that delivers; Two Birmingham schools, built by Lend Lease in partnership with the city council, have just won a raft of awards. Ian Halstead finds out more. 1508
Chamber holds networking event; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 124
Charity ball raises PS20,000 for the air ambulance. 141
CHEST the prize. 290
Chetham's Symphony Orchestra Lichfield Cathedral [...]; REVIEWS. 261
City Council continues its support of sporting excellence. 414
City homes shortfall must fall at public sector's door; viewpoint. 263
City indie scene is going swimmingly; MUSIC They are amongst a handful of bands leading the indie music scene dubbed B-Town. Tom Pell chats to Swim Deep about their musical adventures. 874
City's two-day food festival is the business; FOOD & DRINK Birmingham's business district is proving it has more to offer than pinstripes and profit margins. Mary Griffin salivates over the Colmore Business District Food Festival. 704
Classical; CD RELEASES. 158
contents. 145
CONTENTS. 141
Cornbury FestivalThe Great Tew [...]; REVIEWS. 268
Councillor's 'cover up' claim over damning report into disabled children's services. 686
Courting Birmingham ... and further afield; BIRMINGHAM POST BUSINESS AWARDS Court Collaboration is sponsoring the property and regeneration award at the 2013 Birmingham Post Business Awards. The company was established by entrepreneur Anthony McCourt. 488
Cutlery firm in Prime position for emergency Kazakh order. Company overview 692
DEATHS. 149
Developer is driven by city centre momentum. 617
Devolution can lift this city; viewpoint. 229
Die cast for generation of illiterates. 325
Doctor who set up city estate's first GP surgery dies at 76. Obituary 395
DTZ and GVA make hay while sun shines in high-scoring week. 268
DVDs. 307
Edgbaston wins battle for India tie. 165
Elegant period home with gardens to match; Alison Jones takes a tour of a traditional stalwart of Edgbaston. 580
Elmhurst School of Dance Ruddock [...]; REVIEWS. 266
England looking to bring back another world medal. 680
Exploring the many sides of a Hollywood heroine; ARTS A burgeoning Birmingham theatre company is taking its first show to the Edinburgh Festival. Roz Laws talks to its star and to a Midland comic also heading north for the event. 692
Fine country home with an interesting legacy; Alison Jones takes a look at a dwelling that ticks every box - location, space, gardens, beautifully finished and, oh yes, nuclear shelters. 1301
First female RICS chief 'will fly flag for region'. 563
Fly-tipping is thriving in age of wheelie bin; viewpoint. 466
Food festival off the menu as city focus shifts online. 587
Free tea and biscuits lures the punters. 388
Fund to help city residents who fall on hard times. 388
Funding boost means now homes from empty properties. 245
GADGETS CAMPING. 303
Gem of a game recreated by duo. 277
Glorious days out; GARDENING Find inspiration, colour and beauty this summer by visiting our country's greatest gardens. Hannah Stephenson takes a tour of the trees and topiaries. 591
Golf club marks centenary with Ascot gathering; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 156
Government bonds offer real benefits. 397
Green and pleasant country idyll; Alison Jones salivates over an idyllic country house set in 10 glorious acres of woodland and walled-garden. 1138
Hammer falls on home in heart of the country. 462
Hawkins Hatton host second dinner for entrepreneurs; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 227
Heading into Fergie tome... BOOKREVIEW. 367
Healthcare training facility opened. 440
High-speed rail does not have to be a blot on the landscape. 757
House with a sense of grace; This residence has its roots in religion as it was once a vicarage, writes Alison Jones. 693
HS2 rail route 'safeguarded' from future developments. 422
HUNDREDS TURN OUT FOR SUMMER FAIR. 138
Implications to Birmingham of new office to residential rules. 638
Interest rates promise signals a bright future; PROPERTYEXPERT. 515
Italian Alpine Christmas Markets. 207
JAZZ DIARY. 492
Jazz festivals turn up the heat in city. 230
Jazz; CD RELEASES. 150
Joined up thinking needed in cyber criminals battle; viewpoint. 195
Keeping holiday costs down; Families are set to collectively spend PS27 billion on getaways this summer, and many are dreading the extra strain on their budgets. Vicky Shaw has some ideas. 760
KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL. 509
Labour face a little local difficulty on selections. 1091
LATE BREAKS. 258
Law firm holds free seminar; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 165
Leading the way in green technology. 226
Learning to do the fright thing; FILM REVIEW. 999
Lestyn Davies and Thomas Dunford [...]; REVIEWS. 224
Maddy's mixed emotions as he nears close of play. 968
Majestic Fjords Springtime Cruise. 210
Midland acts starring at the Edinburgh Festival. 839
MIDLANDS TEAM RETAIN RUGBY TITLE. 176
Money pit HS2 needs to be stopped now; viewpoint. 330
Murray master of a sport made in Birmingham; Andy Murray may have become the first British man to win Wimbledon for 77 years but without the contribution of Major Takes a closer look at a truly global sport's Second City roots. 1113
Nominations open for Sports Awards; Birmingham Sports Awards. 138
Not a union for one nation; COMMENT. 441
on trend... 209
Open is a big ask for Rose. 443
Party kicks off a silver celebration. 282
PEDAL POWER RAISES PS6,000 FOR RESEARCH. 182
Playing at being a pro; GOLFWEEK. 413
Police force finds no evidence in inquiry probe. 229
postflickr. 190
Power struggle will mean more shocks ahead... 394
Preparing Britain for war; NOSTALGIA Gas masks were issued to people all over Britain for the first time 75 years ago. Marion McMullen looks back at how the reality of war hit daily lives. 819
Privatisation plans brings shares boost for Mail staff. 387
PS400m city scheme to bring slice of Big Apple back on track. 568
Quiz of the Day. 153
Rates review urged to avoid more High Street casualties. 591
Restoration bid for lost grave found by trustees. 324
REVIEWS. 949
RLB embarks on new era in its city-centre offices. 767
Rock & Pop; CD RELEASES. Sound recording review 166
Self storage industry stays resilient despite VAT hike. 536
Set sail in classic style. 744
Simon Boccanegra Royal Opera at [...]; REVIEWS. 283
Skills shortage hitting job prospects for young adults. 660
Spacious home with a character all of its own; Despite extensive upgrading, this home still retains much of its original 1920s charm, writes Alison Jones. 374
STYLIST. 409
Summer has sizzling array of festival fun; MUSIC Christopher Morley looks at a busy classical music month ahead. 671
Summertime's in bloom for society judges. 154
Tackling a monster new role; INTERVIEW BIG SCREEN National treasure Dame Helen Mirren tells Alison Jones about feeling the fear and doing it anyway. 1166
Tangible evidence that economic recovery is firmly under way; Arguably, the hardest hit in the market has been the development of industrial and distribution properties. That is until now, as Alex Carr, director of industrial and logistics at leading national commercial property consultants Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH), explains. 749
TEACHER TAKES ON BIKE RIDE FOR HOSPITAL. 199
The 60th Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival [...]; REVIEWS. 283
The alternatives to HS2 are going nowhere fast. 1181
The best job in the world? SMALL SCREEN. 731
The blame game helps no one at all. 403
The chance to make a good first impression; They say you never get a second chance to make a first impression. That's as true of an office welcome as it is of people. In the quest to lure occupiers, developers are placing greater weight on giving the reception and public areas of a building the 'wow' factor and a sense of place. Martin Guest, managing director of the Birmingham office of CBRE, looks at the rise of the killer lobby. 749
The Lion King Birmingham Hippodrome [...]; REVIEWS. 342
The Spectacular Northern Lights. 130
The US has trouble telling it how it is regarding Egypt; Stateside From our man in America Christopher Bucktin looks at the Egyptian crisis from the American perspective. 1051
There's that nagging doubt that I have unleashed this inquiry but not given it the attention it deserves... Quit shock Watson's new evidence for investigation into historic child abuseIn his first major interview since resigning from the shadow cabinet MP Tom Watson speaks to Political Editor Jonathan. 1277
Things to do this week. 216
TOP TEN. 224
Traditional Cypriot dish worth the wait; FOOD & DRINK In the third of our cookery series, Roulla Xenides goes into the kitchens of some of Birmingham's finest chefs to bring you the recipes, tips and trade secrets that will make your dinner party stand out from the crowd. 1071
Training key to growing care industry. 268
Transatlantic deal plans to boost motor sector firms. 396
Transport chief challenged on tunnel closure. 214
Troy Story Orchestra of the [...]; REVIEWS. 225
TRUST SUPPORTS WORKERS' GOOD CAUSES. 232
Two Plays For Radio Birmingham [...]; REVIEWS. 246
Unique building hits right note; Dating back to the 19th century, this unusual property was once used as a hotel ballroom, writes Alison Jones. 467
Unite-backed Labour hopefuls picked for four seats in region. 483
University of Birmingham is aiding search for talent at Sports Awards. 355
WARWICKSHIRE cricket legend Dennis Amiss [...]. 137
We have a lot to be very proud of; Two veterans of the Birmingham property scene - Jan Thompson and John Griffiths - got together for a chin-wag. We asked Ian Halstead to listen in. 962
We need to shout about the great drama we're creating here; INTERVIEW The BBC's executive producer of drama in Birmingham believes it's time to amplify the region's success stories. He talks to Graham Young. 1516
Weather rains supreme over the Aussies. 383
WEEK AHEAD. 315
Wilde beast? BOOKS History has tended to cast the Marquess of Queensbury as a violent, vengeful bully who hounded Oscar Wilde to his ruin, but a new book seeks to cast him in a fresh light says Richard Edmonds PROFILE. 831
Wimbledon taught us... TENNISWEEK. 364

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