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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 5, 2014)

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30,000 bodies to be dug up to make way for rail route. 365
A political spanner in the works. 354
A sculpture that's forever in Transit; ART Is Bill Drummond a white van man? Here the artist reveals his plans for a moving sculpture in Birmingham. 1035
again... 261
Airport chief wants help to lift our status. 240
Allianz nets 10-year deal with Fujitsu. 189
also showing .. 622
Ambitious projects to ignite the imagination; Kindle Theatre is changing its name and firing up for the future. Roz Laws reports on the Birmingham company. 1143
Andris and Hakan in Concert [...]; REVIEWS. 425
Anyone for a Greco di Tufo? 721
Appointment set to spur financial planners' growth; FINANCE. 279
Arena Central takes first step in PS400m masterplan; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 477
ASK DIARMUID. 117
Authentic ingedients the secret to success; As Sutton Coldfield launches its new restaurant quarter, Mary Griffin speaks to the owners of the town's only Michelin-accredited venue on their passion for Spanish food. 1122
Balloon releases threaten wildlife; Letters. Letter to the editor 160
Battles for beaches that turned the tide; The D-Day landings 70 years ago proved a key moment in WWII. Marion McMullen marks the historic date when 156,000 Allied troops stormed the Normandy beaches. 705
BOOK REVIEW. 413
BPA names its new presidenst; CREATIVE. 321
Bright highs; Time to ditch boring black and sizzle in this summer's boldest colours, says Didi Danso. 148
Call for more houses. 363
Civics' clever safety system is a winter. 633
Classical; RELEASES. 160
Clearer view of Jaguar's 'game-changing' new XE. 347
COMMENTS FROM BIRMINGHAMPOST.CO.UK. 315
Competition to give old landmarks a new future. 559
Construction firm signs charter to create jobs for young people. 228
Country cottage is well placed to soak up views; With an outlook towards the Malvern Hills this home is ideal for watching the seasons change, writes Alison Jones. 649
COURGETTE AND LIME CAKE (serves 8-10). Recipe 234
DAVID MYERS' BETTING. 465
Deloitte figures show contrasting fortunes for region's football clubs. 423
Designer's quirky hats are making heads turn; FASHION After marrying an Englishman, Monique Lee discovered Britain's love of quirky hats, something completely different to the culture she grew up with in Taiwan. Zoe Chamberlain reports. 722
Director role at advisers. 124
Dougie: I'd trust Brian Lara to bat for my life; It was a privilege to be on same field as 'misunderstood' legend. 1061
DVDs. 319
Edging towards sunlit uplands; VIEWPOINT. Editorial 256
Europe ruling on holiday pay sends a shiver. 362
Exhibition to shed new light on hidden corners. 640
Fall in profits at Willmott Dixon. 182
Firms prepare to take on more staff for the upturn; MANUFACTURING. 228
Funding in place for expansion. 185
GADGETS. 389
Get a real taste of the Bloomsbury set's life; BOOKS They were known for their poetry and prose but Virginia Woolf and co. were also good in the kitchen a new book reveals. Richard Edmonds learns more. 920
GOLF WEEK. 445
Governors banned from city in stand-off. 620
Gritty play queries role of our prisons; THEATRE. 848
Growth set to continue for city firm. 175
Health chiefs in bid to scrap 'up to 1,000' hospital beds. 337
High praise for period property in prime spot; A fine family home that dates back to the 18th century still looks stunning today, reports Alison Jones. 644
HS2 'could damage priceless exhibits... and help robbers' Museum Trust and Post Office petition Whitehall over fears about high-speed rail line. 1020
Huge boost for city jobs thanks to foreign cash. 778
I closed the script and begged for this part; INTERVIEW Gritty, meaty roles made Charlize Theron a standout star in Hollywood, but her latest film is a toilet humour-strewn comedy. And, she tells Keeley Bolger, it's one of her best yet SCREEN BIG. 919
I LOVE MEW YORK. 1262
Islamic Help hosts anniversary dinner; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 225
Jackson reforms event sparks lively debate. 202
Jag design ace becomes a LinkedIn Influencer. 202
Jail house rocks. 414
Jake's loving living in the fast lane; MUSIC He doesn't like modern music and laments about living out of a suitcase. Jake Bugg chats to Sarah Probert about the perils of being a young music star. 1175
JAZZ DIARY. 580
Jazz; RELEASES. 157
JLR secures land deal for expansion in massive new town plan; Fears quashed that car plant's future would be limited. 658
John Lewis looks to new city store as it hits 150. 330
King Edward's in PS10m push to offer free places. 795
Lacking in Grace but not style. 1033
LATE BREAKS. 265
Law firm is latest recruit to UK200. 173
Life's playlist is the ultimate democracy - here's my vote. 1292
Line would leave golf club with 17 holes; Petitions from Midland firms and organisations who fear HS2 line:. 682
LOVE EGGS (serves 4). Recipe 235
Lovely gardens at Three Gables. 304
Main parties can only blame themselves; Letters. Letter to the editor 244
MAN wants to lock in some sales. 242
Manor can trace its roots back across the centuries; Changing architectural tastes have left their mark on Dippersmoor in Herefordshire, reports Alison Jones. 720
Merger combines family law teams; LEGAL. 256
Midlands beske joinery firm takes on Connect PR. 150
Mindy's project has been good for Weeks; SCREEN SMALL. 802
Miracles abound in the cult of de Montfort; The body parts of Simon de Montfort, killed for leading a rebellion against the king in 1265, were considered to have magical powers, writes Chris Upton. 859
Money talks when it comes to choosing a prefereed committe. 758
New launch prompted by confidence. 147
New recruits for De Marco team. 229
New restaurant quarter to put town on the food map. 548
New Tory chief: give us 3 years; City's Conservative group leader sets ambitious target for regaining reins of power. 851
NIA sets the stage for a major overhaul; The National Indoor Arena closes this week as part of a massive upgrade. Graeme Brown took a last look before the wholesale changes are completed. 1091
Now RBS curbs mortgage lending; PERSONAL FINANCE. 334
Office market ready for take-off; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 146
Passion play brought into 21st century; THEATRE Actress Sharon Small is making her RSC debut as an adultress plotting to murder her husband. She talks to Catherine Vonledebur about acting roles for women. 1273
Pianist relishes the modern approach; Pianist Nicolas Hodges talks to Christopher Morley about performing two new piano concertos at Symphony Hall next week. 745
Picture postcard seaside resort; TRAVEL S. 657
Police anger as city calls for PS750k revamp of HQ. 574
Police priorities; VIEWPOINT. Editorial 104
Power Panels signs national partnership. 291
PS533k Persuaders Aston Martin on show. 325
PS56m fund launched for region's smaller firms. 241
Quiz of the Day. 164
Regency style replicated in this modern mansion; Caulin Court offers luxury on many levels coupled with classic looks inspired by another era, says Alison Jones. 947
REVIEWS. 873
Rock & Pop; RELEASES. 121
Room to create in house on a sought after street; A useful addition makes a creative space in this smart modern home in Solihull, says Alison Jones. 413
School parking crackdown is welcome move; Letters. Letter to the editor 157
Selfridges beauty hall unveiled; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 132
Shopping park sold for PS72m. 246
Sisters hit on a recipe for success; A love and talent for tasty home-cooking runs in the Reith family. The 'Three Sisters' tell Lisa Salmon about leaving their 'proper jobs' to open a cafe, and share three of their recipes. 835
STATESIDE. 724
Stores will be forced to charge 5p for carrier bags. 318
style files. 158
Taking a fresh look at lupins; They did fall out of favour, but lupins are back with a vengeance. 560
Tata Motors' golden goose makes PS4,800-a-minute profit. 456
Tax changes could affect homeowners. 177
Tax planning and asset control make trusts a popular option. 738
TENNIS WEEK. 424
The art of any good book; ANTIQUES CHRISTOPHER PROUDLOVE. 1097
The beautiful symmetry of a calculated work. 536
The Edgbaston hotel opens in 1920s style; POST PEOPLE COVERAGE: CALL GRACE FRANKLIN ON 0121 234 5955 OR EMAIL POST.PEOPLE@BIRMINGHAMPOST.NET. 187
The power to change lives for the better. 415
TheTempest - - screened live from GlobeTheatre; REVIEWS. 501
This knotty problem has to be nipped in the bud; A lush green outlook can be very attractive to buyers, but be wary of the potentially costly invader that could lose you the sale, warns Derek Abbott of Hollier Browne. 352
Three women at city's top table as Bore names new cabinet. 340
Top ten things to do in the Digbeth area. 974
TOP TEN. 155
Transport cash bias to London must end - MPs. 546
Tributes for 'Mr Humanism' Letters. Letter to the editor 240
TRIED& TESTED. 200
Trouble afoot for those who need to use city podiatry. 362
Turn back the clocks; We spend a fortune keeping wrinkles at bay, but how do you turn back time on tired tresses? 764
TV duo ready to deliver takeaway magic; TV presenters Ant and Dec are turning their TV show into a live event in Birmingham. Roz Laws tries to tell them apart. 1199
TV's Gary in Covpress link. 148
Upgrade takes Classic into the Premier league. 888
Web firm in bid to help literacy leaves. 233
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 125
When it comes to rock and roll, have a laugh or don't come to the party; Stop your sobbing because Pretenders singer Chrissie Hynde is back. Marion McMullen discovers how the rock rebel found Swede dreams in Stockholm. 1077
Why does the council hate our civic history. 1002
Worcestershire Law Society crowns award winners. 213
World Cup or Western League - integrity is a key factor for sponsors; BUSINESS OF SPORT. 1123
World of change whichver way Scotland votes. 842

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