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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 1, 2015)

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'Bang heads together' and save tyre factory; Business Secretary urged to pile on pressure to save jobs. 408
'Free' M6Toll road would cost millions but rake in billions; Revealed: Leaked West Midland 'super-council' plans to ease congestion and impose its own business tax Our members do not want a combined authority to have the power to increase tax on businesses. 560
20 years of clowning around... Irish comic Jason Byrne reveals to Roz Laws why he likes making stars out of his audience. 652
A home for the Blues faithful.... Old church where the football club began on market for PS2m. 573
A new generation face spiralling debt mountain; PERSONAL FINANCE. 582
A rare glimpse of star's Taylor-made elegance; 14 BOOKS Photographer Catherine Opie was granted access to Elizabeth Taylor's Bel Air home in the star's final weeks. Richard Edmonds reports profile. 648
A super week for a super city. 354
A very big region with seemingly little to say. 1050
A word to the wise in confidence. 353
Advice assists auto firm with growth plans. 223
Alcohol sold in 'dry' Bournville after 120 years; Move criticised as 'catastrophic' for suburb. 637
also showing... 689
Apple store could rejuvenate city's heart after lean years; New flagship shop could mean well-earned boost for businesses hit by Metro work EXCLUSIVE. 648
Be inspired - come and see us! 510
BETTING. 402
BHSF MD's nomination. 151
BIRMINGHAMNEED TO KNOW This week in history. 117
BOOK REVIEW. 375
Brilliant Macbeth isn't half bard; film review. 467
Buyer's lightbulb moment. 232
Capital gains make seconnd city look like a bargain Property price gap between north and south widens. 1044
CD RELEASES. 405
Changing face of the second city; How Phyllis Nicklin captured the cusp of a new era for Birmingham. 862
City's Conservatoire welcomes crop of classical superstars; Birmingham Conservatoire's autumn season has just got under way. Christopher Morley takes a look at some of the glittering visitors heading this way. 765
Companies around the world are drowning in spreadsheets... ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE ...but now Birmingham start-up Synapse throws them a lifeline. 147
Council leaders appeal for Labour backing over combined authority. 471
Discover Genoa's gems; Home to great art, opera and... pesto, Genoa is an overlooked city break destination. Gabrielle Fagan recommends the best way to spend a weekend there. 1123
DVDs. 1245
Empire strikes back as hip hop dynasty returns; small screen. 861
Enjoy a taste of autumn delights; Top Italian chef Antonio Carluccio shows Marion McMullen how to dish up autumn on a plate. Recipe 774
Feel the history at 16th century country home; It's called The Old Castle and this property really is a keeper, writes Alison Jones. 656
First apprentices start at KPMG. 181
Fleur is a force for looking good. 748
Forget Monopoly fears and land on Park Lane. 931
Funding for equipment boosts BMI. 174
Getting t London look; Winter's not even here, but the fash fast-forwarding to next spring. Katifrom all the biggest shows at Londo. 653
Go and be an England hero, Jack. 298
Grass is a class act; Ornamental grasses provide a lowmaintenance way to introduce colour and texture when your flowers die off. 529
Handsome hall has been restored to former glory; This south Staffordshire hall was saved from dereliction by its owners, writes Alison Jones. 727
Harry at helm of agency. 354
has Put some fizz into your night! To mark National Champagne Week Sanjeeta Bains has come up with the five best places in Brum to get a glass of bubbly. 748
High-speed rail would by publicly run under party. 349
How can you tell the difference between winter bugs? 548
How Midlands first raised the red flag for the young Corbyn. 328
I'm proud my story is opening at the Rep; Meera Syal's 1997 debut novel Anita and Me has been adapted for the stage and premieres at the Birmingham Rep this month. Roz Laws talks to the author about its continued success. 923
Increasing numbers are turning to credit. 398
IT Specialists clinch new support deal WITHWESLEYAN. 202
It's not just the Tories who are making Labour MPs nervous. 996
Kitchen in open plan barn has wow factor; This spacious barn could be developed further as it's being sold with planning permission, says Alison Jones. 646
late breaks. 192
Learning Lab's app is a help in any language. 447
Lonely planet; Ridley Scott's new sci-fi movie might boast a world-class supporting cast, but as the castaway astronaut at its heart, Matt Damon is its focal point. He tells Susan Griffin that carrying the film was a scary prospect big screen. 1072
Long-awaited Grand Central will be a shop window for the world. 876
Looking forward to the autumn cover up. 313
medical notes. 403
Metro bar to go pan-Asian in relaunch. 390
Midland MPs back Corbyn's alternative to era of austerity; But emphasis on foreign policy criticised by some. 628
Midland pensions fund 'fuelling climate change' Green campaigners'calls are rejected as too risky. 673
Moore Stephens brings supersonic car to Birmingham. 226
MP calls for probe into breast surgeon. 533
Natural ways to keep colds and flu at bay; Autumn has barely got started but germs are already starting to spread. Katie Wright reveals how to stay t well during cold and flu season. 556
New 20mph speed limit zones are welcomed. 575
New faces at Pennycuick Collins. 255
New worlds apart. 681
Offensive comedy? Blame the audience not the comic; Daniel Sloss is a comedy veteran at the age of 24. He talks to Roz Laws about his 'dark' side and why he gets annoyed at people who can't take a joke. 717
Office in city for Rowan Dartington. 163
Orion Media founder Riley joins city-based Koala TV. 188
Painting a great image for Crown. 144
Personal Safety GADGETS. 453
PICK OF OCTOBER'S JAZZ GIGS IN THE WEST MIDLANDS. 146
Post columnist made freeman of Coventry. 182
Poundland founder still investing despite telling Dragons' Den: 'I'm out'. 613
Powers sought for WMCA away from the mayor:. 125
Priestley, Watt and Attwood on the move as old library comes down. 407
PS1.8bn upgrade for West Midlands roads. 545
PS100m plan for city Jewellery Quarter; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 327
PS15m plans to transform traditional city suburb. 416
PS56m weekend to remember for city; Thousands of visitors flock in for major Birmingham events. 747
Quiz of the Day. 154
Rarer than diamonds; Only in the last few decades has Africa begun to give up one of its most beautiful gems. 1183
Retro toy used to fight deadly fake medicines. 260
REVIEWS. 939
REVIEWS. 684
REVIEWS. 904
Rowett faces selection dilemma for Leeds trip. 390
Royal Ballet ticket giveaway. 156
Smoking seriously damages your teeth. 556
style files. 157
stylist. 357
take over landmark book store; US computer giant to create one of country's biggest technology outlets in old Waterstones EXCLUSIVE. 136
The key to stress free moving day; Buying and selling a house can be stressful enough. Then comes moving day. David Henderson, of Strutt and Parker, offers some tips on how to make things run smoothly. 531
The Parts Alliance continues to grow through GSF deal. 303
The taxing issue the new pension legislation. 686
There's never a dull moment with Weird Al; Weird Al Yankovic is heading for Birmingham Comedy Festival. He talks to Roz Laws. 402
Toffees blunders left us in sticky mess - Dawson. 372
top tens. 135
Tories are toast if Corbyn sells his growth strategy. 912
Travel time can be classed as work itself. 368
tried & tested. 224
Ultra A5 performs as good as it looks; Audi A5 offers drivers a sleek package. Edward Stephens reports TEST DRIVE. 574
Veretout gets over his early teething troubles; Frenchman becoming key part of engine room after sluggish start. 544
Vibrant mix for jazz fans this autumn; PhilWoods is currently at the helm of Jazzlines, Birmingham's premier jazz organisation. He talks to Peter Bacon about its autumn season. 872
Weightmans team advises on buyout; LEGAL. 250
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 205
Whitehall snubs police chief after funding request; Crime commissioner's Freedom of Information request rejected by the Home Office EXCLUSIVE. 664
Wragge gets a corporate team boost. 189

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