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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 10, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
'City needs a new Joseph Chamberlain'. 558
'Region should be given same powers ASWALEs'. 657
70 deals in a year after consultant goes it alone; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 249
A digital world; VIEWPOINT. Editorial 108
A real Ed ache - - what is Labour to do about PCCs? 763
A view of the bridge is one of property's selling points; Breathtaking vistas over an icnic structure, a chance to make wine and a tower in the garden are all on offer at The Orchard, writes. 847
Accountants celebrate new client. 163
Airline staff in focus for TV documentary. 166
also showing ... 600
Apprenticeship is a working solution. 336
Architect celebrates ten years at JDP with 200th project. 505
Ariadne Auf Naxos Royal Opera [...]; REVIEWS. 355
Asserting the company brand with a HQ that shouts success; Birmingham's next generation of office development gives prospective occupiers the opportunity to shape their new premises and maybe even build a statement HQ. Martin Guest, managing director of the Birmingham office of CBRE, explores the potential. 1110
Assessing the confusion in the housing sector. 787
August poll to choose commissioner could see low turnout. 274
Awards remind general public of great sporting diversity there is within the city. 558
Backlash as Ofsted boss slams council education department. 726
Bang tidy Brendas goes through the keyhole; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 319
Banking and real estate boost firm; LEGAL. 247
Barberry in PS15 million apartments investment. 280
Beauty of old mill that caught filmmaker's eye; This 18th century Cotswold silk mill has enjoyed some different roles in its long life, writes Alison Jones. 764
Big Four aren't ready for a baton passing just yet... TENNIS TALK. 855
Big parties fear UKIP in police by-election. 727
Birmingham - back to its best. 1140
Birmingham prime offices in global top 50 on price. 426
Birmingham team advises on GVA sale. 182
BLS plays key government watchdog role. 355
Bond Wolfe in PS1.2m Perry Barr complex deal. 202
Breast cancer 'could be linked to cholesterol'. 349
Bytesnap Design expands its office. 117
Care home occupancy rates mirror national average at 90pc. 586
Carry on campers. 814
Cash to help hydraulic firm build new HQ. 347
Celebration of an extraordinary decade in history of city gallery; Ikon director JonathanWatkins is revisiting the 1980s for the latest instalment of his gallery's year-long 50th anniversary celebrations. Graham Young reports. 1643
Challenge for pupils to bring history to life; A Birmingham primary school is turning an international crisis into a drama. Roz Laws discovers why. 1135
Chance to make brass from muck, city is told. 694
Chetham's Symphony Orchestra Lichfield Cathedral ?????[...]; REVIEWS. 261
City PR firm pushes moonwalk bid. 253
Class acts at top academy; The annual International Piano Academy returns to Birmingham this summer. Christopher Morley reports. 388
Clock this unique house. 423
College is building on a growth area. 364
College's leadership and management and motor vehicle department receive top accolade in 'Good'Ofsted report. 195
Colourful career from artist to curator to lecturer. 549
Commitment to sport gives the young focus and a will to succeed; Junior Sportsperson of the Year - sponsor Aston Villa. 575
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 149
Council office could be turned into new hotel. 449
CP Bigwood auction tops PS10m once again. 553
Deal to help engineering firm grow. 151
Demand fuels Mazrs' growth. 218
Devon knows, we're not miserable now; Victoria Jones eases away all the stress of the daily grind at a country house hotel on the English Riviera. 806
Dialect really worth waxing lyrical about; BOOKS The Black Country accent has a new champion in Liz Berry, a young poet who is trying to persuade people of the beauty of the local language one lyrical line at a time. Alison Jones reports. 1250
discovery the costs of second-hand motoring. 421
Duke Bluebeard's Castle CBSO at [...]; REVIEWS. 259
DVDs. 327
Early kick off at Breakfast Club; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 168
Eco flats. 387
Edgbaston Ashes policy is just the ticket for supportersinsists Bears boss. 682
Engineering hub takes shape on city campus. 333
ENJOY a scenic holiday in [...]; LATE BREAKS. 101
Family comes first for McCall and Campbell; SCREEN SMALL. 755
Former farm has been well crafted. 576
GADGETS TRAVEL. 377
Games firms share PS250k fundinhg; CREATIVE. 253
GBR Phoenix Beard secures Woodrow Mercer letting. 189
Green belt homes battle; Letters. Letter to the editor 222
GROWTH DEAL FUNDING FOR BIRMINGHAM. 359
Growth for Cundall after office move. 225
Growth set to double. 199
Half time and time to take stock. 357
Higgs pace chase to perfection as semi-finals hove into view; TAVERNERS CRICKET. 335
Holmes investigates: Looking for the smaller office space; This month, Birmingham's very own property super sleuth, Theo Holmes from CBRE, dons his deerstalker to investigate the options for businesses looking for small office space in Birmingham. 533
Hospital rakes in PS4m for parking. 202
House has got comfort nailed; A leisure wing makes relaxation so easy in this vemder built property writes Alison Jones. 597
Hundreds of nominations for awards. 128
Immigration isn't working; Letters. Letter to the editor 231
Improving economic outlook driving strong industrial activity. 742
It's the first movie my kids were excited about Daddy going away to work; Michael Bay likes to keep his Transformers cast on their toes - this time on a tightrope 20 storeys above ground. Jeananne Craig meets the director and stars of the hit film's fourth instalment SCREEN BIG. 963
JAZZ DIARY. 513
JLR representatives speak at seminar; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 155
JLR would have ruined Ford, says former chief. 697
Launch of Cube's latest restaurant; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 158
LCP retail director retires after 46 years in the business. 408
Lies, damned lies and statistics no guide to recovery. 976
Listed family home has a pleasing symmetry; An open event at this Barnt Green home this weekend is sure to draw plenty of admirers says Alison Jones. 574
Local developer continues the transformation of town centre. 352
Major banks - - just who are we dealing with? FINANCE. 529
Major new creative hub to bring 400 skilled jobs. 727
Making perfect scents; Fragrant, beautiful, long-lasting and poetic - who wouldn't want a rose by any name? 913
Mega-rich clubs no / longer fooled by first impressions... or are they? BUSINESS OF SPORT. 1159
Miliband: We'll reverse centralisation and hand powers back to councils. 385
MUSIC BE Festival Double Bill Birmingham Rep[...]; REVIEWS. 468
New city link to Iceland welcomed by president. 741
New dawn for New Street. 268
New peak for Freeths in challenge. 245
New plans for Jewellery Quarter site. 285
Next train on platform one will arrive in a week's time. 352
Offices that were born in a barn win award recognition. 225
One for the record as music stars join top city pop panel. 191
Outstanding. 464
Pianist to give a master class. 350
Picnic time, Italian style; Enjoy a true taste of Italy this summer with picnic specials from TV chef Antonio Carluccio. Marion McMullen looks at some of the tasty sunshine treats on offer. Recipe 1090
Plan ahead for financial changes; PROPERTYEXPERT After years of low interest rates the tide is set to turn. Simon Merton of Strutt & Parker warns mortgage holders that they need to be ready. 397
Plot to bomb Lodon was thwarted by heroiic pilot. 945
Pre-packs still an issue but report to be welcomed; FINANCE. 277
Precaution is the best measure in pesticide row. 358
Primark to open major store after Pavilions deal. 667
Private equity groups thought to be eyeing city's NEC group. 381
Profits exceed expectations at city-based legal firm. 253
Property function of a data centre. 385
Protesters in legal bid to halt food college closure. 690
PS1.2m growth fund boost is par for course. 513
PS1m cycle routes opened. 260
PS350m city growth deal is good for region - PM. 1113
Q&A. 102
Quaker trusts are caught up in tax evasion probe. 523
Quiz of the Day. 156
Rain couldn't stop play. 245
Rectory garden is a real delight; Hard work has paid off in the grounds of this Dorsington home with the colourful results raising thousands for charity. Alison Jones reports. 595
REI celebrates a sensational year with drinks in the sunshine. 207
Reputation of school unfairly tarnished; Letters. Letter to the editor 375
Restaurant is placed on the market. 127
REVIEW. 396
REVIEWS. 858
RLB wins a key role in PS36m hospital expansion. 350
Road safety campaign lands award for firm. 208
Sax legend's new work is inspired by art exhibition. 460
Sequel wings its way into your heart; FILM REVIEW DAMON SMITH. Movie review 1400
Sibelius - Complete Symphonies; CD RELEASES Classical. 157
Silver maker signs PS1m deal with Wedgwood. 304
Sporty stance on the new 308 is so alluring; Stephens TEST DRIVE. 495
STATESIDE. 640
style files. 129
STYLIST. 286
Summer reads of the star writers; You may be picking up the new novel by your favourite bestselling writer this summer, but what will they be poring over? Hannah Stephenson takes a sneak peak at some top authors' holiday reading lists PROFILE. 1253
Super film captures old Broad St. 312
Tahir prepares to face scrutiny once more on the bus-lane fines fiasco. 806
Taxing time saw citizens rebel against unpopular monarch; An extreme reaction to increased taxes by citizens OFWORCESTER in the 11th century saw them decamp to an island and fight off the royal army. Chris Upton reports. 963
Team Geese chase Great Run success. 217
The Barber of Seville Longborough [...]; REVIEWS. 233
The Ferraris of Italian fizz; ANDREW CAMPBELL ON WINE. 674
The Road Ahead Albare; CD RELEASES Jazz. 143
THEATRE; REVIEWS. 485
There is all to play for in a year of two halves; As global real estate advisor, JLL, publishes its latest Big Box Industrial Report, we catch up with Cameron Mitchell, head of UK industrial & logistics in JLL's Birmingham office to tell us why this year will definitely be a game of two halves and how the industrial sector looks set to grow. 1211
THIS year's final of the [...]; REVIEWS. 253
Thousands of young musicians head to city. 236
Threat to 800 jobs as university considers PS1.6m cuts. 549
Three chances to buy at Moreton. 280
Time for council to take charge; VIEWPOINT. Editorial 253
Top ranking for FinTech city lawyer. 164
TOP TEN. 157
Travel sector appointment. 144
Tree-lined boulevard was once city tramway; Letters. Letter to the editor 154
Triple treat for a twitcher; Twitchers do it in hides. Not so, says Mike Lockley as he fulfils a childhood birdwatching dream. 1198
Turn OFTHE Screw Seastar [...]; REVIEWS. 240
Unbreakable metal that was forged in the Black Country; They are one of the most influential heavy metal bands to come out of the Midlands and now 40 years on, Judas Priest are still rocking. Sarah Probert reports. 2073
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 165
When chips are down, Opus steps up to plate; In her search for a top quality, reasonably priced lunch, Mary Griffin finds potato perfection in this Brindleyplace gem. 1039
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf [...]; REVIEWS. 425
With craft cast a spell on those who enter industrial unit. 1221
Woodrow Mercer takes last Colmore Place. 195
World-class studios helping to create a new vision for city; Letters. Letter to the editor 360

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