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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 25, 2013)

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'Business Catalyst' project to boost jobs. 405
A big job to rebuild trust. 868
A round-up of news from the region's commercial property sector in the past week. 1219
A round-up of news from the region's creative sector in the past week. 1123
A round-up of news from the region's legal sector in the past week. 1347
A round-up of news in the finance sector from around the region. 1731
A stunning kitchen at the heart of the home; An impressive open plan kitchen provides a focal point at this stunning home, writes Alison Jones. 710
A Victorian home with a stylish modern twist; This traditional residence has been totally revamped to provide luxurious living, writes Alison Jones. 357
Account for change; asktheexperts. 370
agenda. 172
All Inclusive Holidays from PS309pp. 234
Allotment holders urged to get fruity; GARDENING Plot-holders are being encouraged to grow fruit as part of National Allotments Week (August 5-11). Hannah Stephenson discusses which types of fruit will flourish in these spaces. 719
also showing ... 558
An affair to remember; NOSTALGIA Extravagance, scandal and the beginning of Hollywood's own star-crossed love story, Marion McMullen celebrates the 50th anniversary of the legendary Cleopatra. 833
Anger as council sinks pool restoration plans. 663
Apprentices - the answer to all your pressures. 413
At the centre of Birmingham's wealth management industry; BIRMINGHAM POST BUSINESS AWARDS 2013. Company overview 917
BANK STAFF STEP OUT FOR MEMORIAL RUN; Businesses POST THRIVE supporting the PEOPLE CONTACT JON GRIFFIN AT JON.GRIFFIN@TRINITYMIRROR.COM COMMUNITY. 204
BARONESS SUPPORTS COFFEE MORNING; Businesses POST THRIVE supporting the PEOPLE CONTACT JON GRIFFIN AT JON.GRIFFIN@TRINITYMIRROR.COM COMMUNITY. 120
Battle over council plan for bohemian city suburb. 906
Be sun savvy; BEAUTY Protect your skin as you're soaking up the rays. Lisa Haynes reveals how to tan without damaging your skin. 894
Bears have been victims of own success - skipper. 831
Big-hitting trio carry Beachcroft to another victory. 288
Birth of a king for the 22nd century; ROYAL BABY. 698
Building team award. 281
BUSINESSES URGED TO HELP FUND CADETS; Businesses POST THRIVE supporting the PEOPLE CONTACT JON GRIFFIN AT JON.GRIFFIN@TRINITYMIRROR.COM COMMUNITY. 131
Businesses welcome closer ties across region. 386
Buyers and sellers bullish; Housing market pundits are moving the year's property price forecasts upwards, after largely predicting they would stay flat. Vicky Shaw looks at how house prices are defying expectations. 634
Cadbury jobs safe as staff accept pay deal. 367
Call for register of landlords to stop rogue operators. 580
CBSO Youth Orchestra Academy Birmingham Town Hall*****; REVIEWS. 254
Chinese giants take 70 per cent stake in PS30m car parts deal. Company overview 714
Chinn axe will hurt charities; viewpoint. 118
City set for month of street entertainment. 150
Classical; CD RELEASES. 152
College happy to be backing event; Birmingham Sports Awards. 388
Conductor Nelsons pulls out of performance after head injury. 479
contents. 142
CONTENTS. 114
Counting on you to help butterflies. 391
Country is 'unprepared' for old-age timebomb. 540
Creditors hit out at unpaid debts as law firm sale is planned; EXCLUSIVE. 773
Cruise control; TRAVEL Presenter of BBC TV's Homes under the Hammer MARTIN ROBERTS finds total relaxation as his family set sail around the tranquil Caribbean. 1128
Crying Wolf; his feelings in the X-Man gets in touch with book superhero latest film outing for comic FILM REVIEW. 983
DEATHS. 337
Deciphering pension options. 755
Deloitte's MG Rover role back in spotlight. 515
Devolution can inspire democracy; viewpoint. 300
DVDs. 311
Early loan repayment for Finance Birmingham. 251
Elegant fish dish is rich and fragrant; FOOD & DRINK In the last part of our cookery series with Birmingham's top chefs, Aktar Islam talks about life in the kitchen and delivers a simple but sophisticated recipe which could make a wonderful main course for a dinner party. Roulla Xenides reports. Recipe 1065
England is in my blood ... just don't mention the Ashes; INTERVIEW His X-Men alter ego may have a dark edge, but nobody has a bad word to say about Hugh Jackman. The Aussie star tells Shereen Low about bulking up to play Wolverine again - and why there are some things an actor shouldn't tell his wife BIG SCREEN. 938
Everyone is proud of my star - I've come a long way; INTERVIEW City actor David Harewood is to receive his OWNWALK of Stars award on Birmingham's Broad Street. Graham Young reports. 1850
Exploring the artistic influences of Britten; BOOKS This year is the centenary of the birth of Benjamin Britten. Richard Edmonds looks at a new book on the composer and his lifelong partner Peter Pears PROFILE. 985
Family to be cast as statue near library. 293
Far East giant taps into the UK heartland. 340
FCA abandons case against iSoft directors. 353
Firms worried by debt are failing with investment. 395
FLORAL BORDER. 170
GADGETS CYCLING ACCESSORIES. 282
Get the right people for the job and sell city to the world; viewpoint. 537
Grass-roots clubs playing a vital role. 521
Greats offer Ashes insight; BOOKREVIEW. 362
Greek classics; Destination: ATHENS Despite economic woe, city's array of iconic buildings still make it a must-visit. 567
Household names circling as retail renaissance is unveiled; EXCLUSIVE. 1020
Housing stimulus'will damage nation's spending power'. 235
How 'design and build' hit just the right note. 1000
How death has become a statistical exercise; Comparing mortality rates at hospitals is a meaningless academic exercise, argues Chris Game. 1353
HS2 could create up to 50,000 jobs, claim bosses. 847
I'm taking on stellar line-up. 408
Impressive home at the very heart of village life; Location is everything when it comes to this stunning double barn conversion, writes Alison Jones. 1074
IN THE BIRMINGHAM POST BUSINESS DAILY THIS WEEK. 107
Inspiration provided by history's golden age; The Victorian period provides the design cues at this impressive family home, writes Alison Jones. 585
Is council asking the right questions of cricket club? viewpoint. 294
James Gilchrist and Anna Tilbrook Tardebigge Parish Church****; REVIEWS. 317
JAZZ DIARY. 465
Jazz; CD RELEASES. 160
Kindness was on the money; viewpoint. 139
KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL. 786
La Boheme Longborough Festival Opera /////****; REVIEWS. 298
Labour demands answers over terror attacks in city. 442
LATE BREAKS. 311
Legal challenge to high speed line thrown out by court. 253
Let the games begin again in city centre. 228
Let's build on definite signs of recovery. 362
Make a real splash in a home full of character; An outdoor swimming pool is just one of the talking points at this period family home, writes Alison Jones. 362
More than just misery at the mill for Hayes; SMALL SCREEN. 713
More than one way to make a mark. 374
New Apprenticeship will suit golf firms to a tee. 368
New head chef for Marco's. 175
New PS5m dog rescue home gets go-ahead. 339
Next concert season offers artistic riches; MUSIC The region's musical societies offer a host of wonderful events for next season Christopher Morley takes a look at the highlights. 695
No regrets for retiring Moseley legend Richard. 903
Older and wiser, Alice in a wonderland of serenity; MUSIC Contented Alice Cooper headlines the first night of Cropredy's Fairport Convention next month. He talks to Martin Stote about gigs, guillotines, growing old - and that chicken. 1821
on trend... 153
Orchestra of St John's Church, Bromsgrove ///// ****; REVIEWS. 366
Pension reforms on the menu as minister joins diners; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 162
Personality test to help councillors 'avoid conflict'. 759
Politician left a great legacy despite his mean reputation; HISTORY Despite using some of his wealth to help the citizens of Tamworth, voters turned their back on would-be politician Thomas Guy. Chris Upton takes a look at the life of the 17th century businessman. 931
postflickr. 276
Prompt action needed; asktheexperts. 286
Property guru dies just months after his wife. 428
Property professionals mingle at Hotel Indigo. 143
Pros and cons of the great escape; Thinking about moving out of the city to somewhere more rural? George Pickard, head of country house sales at Halls Worcester, gives some advice. PROPERTYEXPERT. 435
PS1.3 million awarded to man left housebound after motorbike accident; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE ON LINDER MYERS SOLICITORS. 313
PS10,000 BOOST FOR MIDLANDS AIR AMBULANCE; Businesses POST THRIVE supporting the PEOPLE CONTACT JON GRIFFIN AT JON.GRIFFIN@TRINITYMIRROR.COM COMMUNITY. 179
Quiz of the Day. 155
Region bucks trend for foreign investors. 472
Revamp your recipes; FOOD & DRINK James Tanner has taken time off from whizzing up delicious dishes for TV's Lorraine Kelly to compile a recipe book giving classic favourites a modern update. Keeley Bolger reports. 1188
Revealed: PS44m plan to change face of Solihull; Huge swathe of town centre set for transformation EXCLUSIVE REPORT. 123
REVIEWS. 779
Right step for old staircase worth saving. 387
Root a better bet than Bell. 445
Royal couple share joy money just can't buy; COMMENT. 186
Royal fascination borne out of thirst for history; Stateside From our man in America Christopher Bucktin examines why America has been transfixed by this week's royal good news. 990
Sasso - in a class of its own. 660
Scheme brings pedal power to south of city. 247
Security company targets the jobless. 468
Stalwart Neil's a real star at Colebridge; Birmingham Sports Awards. 574
STYLIST. 428
Sunny boost for property market. 251
Take these Olympic figures with a large pinch of salt. 1141
Tasty vision for town's future; COMMENT. 373
TEAM SET TO MENTOR AFRICAN TEACHERS; Businesses POST THRIVE supporting the PEOPLE CONTACT JON GRIFFIN AT JON.GRIFFIN@TRINITYMIRROR.COM COMMUNITY. 215
The 'light bulb' moment that offers a degree of comfort... In the latest part of a series visiting small businesses in the West Midlands, John Cranage looks at a firm from the education sector. 1091
The future of dining is casual dining - Marco; INTERVIEW Marco PierreWhite was the very first celebrity chef and the youngest in the world to gain three Michelin stars. He tells Mary Griffin why he now avoids Michelin-starred restaurants, why he isn't ashamed to endorse Knorr and why his greatest desire is for an ordinary life. 1190
They said don't go - but I had to face up to the EDL and Islamophobia. 911
Things to do in the garden this week. 224
Time was right to quit - Anne; TENNISWEEK. 433
TOP TEN. 238
Toyota finds a new sporting star at last; Edward Stephens likes this affordable, Celica-inspired contender TEST DRIVE. 604
TRIED& TESTED. 192
United we are powerful. 882
VOLUNTEER DRUMS UP SUPPORT FOR KIDS; Businesses POST THRIVE supporting the PEOPLE CONTACT JON GRIFFIN AT JON.GRIFFIN@TRINITYMIRROR.COM COMMUNITY. 163
Vulnerable children still unsafe in city, says care boss. 1107
Warehousing apprentices get a glass and a half of experience. 508
WEEK AHEAD. 281
Week of fun celebrates city's independent shops. 177
Where there's a will, there's a way to save. 409
Win a corporate golf day for 12 at Nailcote Hall; Birmingham Post competition. 416

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