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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 28, 2016)

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'Midlands Engine' faces a battle for investment. 799
'Mismanaged' roadworks overrun by nearly a year. 301
'Schindler' of the Black Country to be immortalised; Statue for man who saved thousands of Jews. 786
'Tremendous relief' as city parking levy idea is thrown out. 317
175 years of THEWESLEYAN; Birmingham-based assurance society formed over a chapel marks milestone. 350
300 student rooms for city campus. 212
39 brilliant things 9 to do in and around Brum this summer; Looking for the most amazing activities, events, locations and places to eat and drink this summer? Well, look no further. ZOE CHAMBERLAIN reports. 1877
80 staff axed at engineers. 161
A fairway to heaven. 268
Airport flies new service to Prague. 117
ALSO SHOWING. 381
Anger over new plans for site of historic home; Student flats proposal expanded despite neighbours' fears. 442
BETTING. 426
Between the Rock and a Golden place; Alcatraz is just one of the highlights of a visit to San Francisco, as FIONNUALA BOURKE discE overs. 875
Birmingham Post nominated for BBC campaign. 298
BOOK REVIEW. 410
Bournville architects bought by competitor. 298
Brazier takes on new role at RBH agency. 196
BUSINESS CHALLENGE SCROLL OF HONOUR. 126
BUY LESS BUT BUY BETTER. 351
Candidates ready to axe deputy police chief role. 419
CD RELEASES. 425
Chamber move for BID boss. 241
City could close roads if pollution levels soar. 454
City's creating new 'concrete jungle' Letters. 244
Cogent brief to boost cycling. 116
Council wards to be redrawn after backlash from residents. 377
DEMOLITION (15) ... .. 269
Destroying green belt not the answer; Letters. 120
Direct flights to the land of opportunity. 341
DIY DONNY; OUR EXPERT ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. 257
Don't forget your flute for a 'hands-on' masterclass; Sir James Galway and his flautist wife Lady Jeanne come to Birmingham Conservatoire this weekend for a recital, followed by a workshop. CHRISTOPHER MORLEY T reports. 721
Dynamic Audi S8 has what it takesto be a sporting icon; New S8 is one of the fastest five-seater cars on the road, EDWARD STEPHENS reports S. 583
Earn your stripes... let them take you in the right direction. 422
End of an era for city as Pavilions shuts up shop to make way for Primark. 289
Entrepreneur launches new venture at business park; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 390
Equestrian idyll worth ride to see. 172
Feelgood factor could be EU vote decider. 353
Flu jab more effective in morning. 314
GADGETS; ANTI-ALLERGY GIZMOS. 292
Gardner: Albion have no bias in title race. 682
Glastonbury contract is no small beer. 410
Go-ahead for care home. 162
Government accused of 'policing on the cheap'. 421
Grand Central architect who walked out: It's showing its age already; Warning that iconic station atrium is starting to 'sag' due to compromises. 586
Green belt homes would be 'vandalism' - Mitchell; MP condemns plans to build 6,000 properties on edge of city. 669
Historic walkout by junior doctors. 290
HOLIDAY DEALS escape plans; Fancy getting away from it all? We've rounded up our pick of the top destinations on offer from travel agents. 179
Honest David a touch harsh on fading Blues. 670
Household disposable income rises to PS13,600. 390
I want to help Villa get back into Prem; - Says club legend Stiliyan Petrov. 490
In full bloom. 311
Independent spirit of trendy 'village'. 1290
India the good news story of world economy. 627
Legal eagles to pound the streets. 253
Lloyds Bank to shut three branches in cutbacks. 383
Lord Digby Jones tackles issues at law firm's event. 138
M&S starting work on site that sparked claims of 'snobbery'. 361
Marathon will be a major boost for the Second City; New world-class event expected to draw in more visitors and investment in the long run. 724
Masshouse set for go-ahead; 600 new city apartments could get green light from council. 336
Millions of self-employed facing poverty in old age; PERSONAL FINANCE. 720
Mix-up over city playground closures list. 249
MMR jab 'vital' to stop spread of measles cases; Vaccination levels too low among children to banish disease. 508
More roads don't ease congestion; Letters. 163
More than 1 in 4 patients must wait a week to see GP; Labour calls for debate on health funding. 521
More than just benches and bus stops at stake in this parish poll. 959
MUSIC REVIEWS. 555
Music room hits right note at luxury home. 307
N a visit to the garden ceRocking a natural look; ADD A DASH OF COLOUR WITH SOME OF THESE LITTLE ALPINE GEMS. 664
New Chinese Twittter boss eyes cash not crackdown k; KATIE WRIGHT look T s into the concerns over the social media site's new managing director. 431
Nine promoted at Bilfinger. 117
On the edge of their seats; How the political landscape could change at NEXTTHURSDAY's local elections. 1736
ON THE SMALL SCREEN; Emma Willis ON MAKING MIRACLES HAPPEN. 925
One in four 999 staff 'has considered suicide'. 402
Patient safety is the reason we're striking; Letters. 360
PCC hopeful faces criticism for online comments. 297
Perfection on a plate; MasterChef winner Mat Follas shows MARION MCMULLEN the perfect way to veg out. 1243
Pinsent Masons named city Law Firm Of Year. 456
Pirlo's on the ball when it comes to winning desserts; A new Italian-inspired restaurant is focusing purely on top quality puds. After meticulous planning, will it get its just desserts? SANJEETA BAINB S reports. 617
PS8m pay-out awarded to teenager left paralysed by medical blunder. 389
quick bytes TALES FROM THE WEB AND BEYOND. 216
RAISE A GLASS WITH JANE CLARE. 488
Recruitment firm celebrates 9th anniversary. 155
REVIEWS. 564
Rise of the robots threatens 300,000 jobs in the region; Secretaries and drivers face losing out to automation. 607
Rowett drops transfer hints for summer rebuild. 395
Royal visit to recall the 'lunarticks' who built the modern world. 338
Secretary of State to rule in row over new school; Appeal by troubled academy trust considered BYWHITEHALL. 571
Silver lining in troubled global times; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 459
So devastating when fate was sealed - Micah. 308
Spilling the beans on how to get great coffee; We pay more than enough for coffee on the high street these days, so make sure you get the best quality and value for money. Chicagoborn Adam Smith, who runs the Quarter Horse Cafe, one of the country's few coffee bars to have its own bean roasting machine on the shop floor, reveals the secrets of the trade to GRAHAM YOUNG. 974
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 204
STATESIDE Chris Bucktin. 586
Station redesign an opportunity missed; Letters. 275
Striking a perfect balance; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 341
Stylish and contemporary; HOMES. 131
SUPERHERO SHOWDOWN; CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR (12A) ... .. 417
Test of architectural mettle makes its mark. 1007
THEATRE REVIEW; ..... 427
Tradesmen: avoiding a rough deal; Julia Gray shares her tips on the best wayys to increase your chances of getting it right when it comes to choosing tradesmen. 441
Trainspotting 2 is win-win for me but it has to be different; As Trainspotting celebrates its 20th anniversary, writer Irvine Welsh tells HANNAH STEPHENSON his thoughts on the long-awaited sequel. 916
Trowers strengthens dispute resolution team. 280
Trust chairman to go as PS3.4m deficit is revealed; Boss steps down as investigation begins into hospital finances. 512
Uni supporting calls for 2026 Games bid. 327
We all quit our jobs on the same day to chase dream; As their international stock rises, Midland blues-rockers Broken Witt Rebels are putting it all on the line to make it big in the music business. MICHAEL WOOD chats to lead singer Danny Core D. 851
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 127
Why not scrap HS2 and invest in NHS instead? 390
Working with Meryl is pre retty ty frightening She's 's a very bigstar; expressions - which together saw "I didn't mean the Hugh Grant couldn't turn down new biopic Florence Foster Jenkins. He tells GEMMA DUNN about being in awe of his co-star Meryl Streep and how privacy campaigning took up more time than he was expecting. 968
Young patients begin work on PS37.5m centre. 337
Young professional of the year awards; The Post shines the spotlight on the three young Marketing and Communications professionals who have made it on to the shortlist to win a flagship Birmingham Young Professional of the Year 2016 award from BPS Birmingham... 527

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