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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 14, 2016)

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'Care ISA' could solve ageing crisis. 401
10 solicitors join real estate team; LEGAL. 382
11 appointments ASVANTI bids to fill market gap. 300
A haven of peace from London life; Sion Morgan takes a break from the bustle of the capital and laps up unashamed luxury. 712
A Thames masterpiece recreated in heart of the country; A copycat farmhouse in Warwickshire village has a charm all of its own, writes Alison Jones. 711
Added investment lure of a thriving cultural environment. 884
Airport still trails others despite 10m passengers. 441
also showing... 729
Artwork must relate to all true Brummies. 348
BBC boss Hall must be called to account; Letters. Letter to the editor 358
BCL Legal gets top marks from its staff. 169
Birmingham 'more investable than Madrid, London and Paris. 390
Boudicca and Britain's bloodiest battle; The spot where warrior queen Boudicca and her tribe met their Roman match may lie in the Midlands Mike Lockley tells the tale of a 2,000-year-old mystery. 1178
Boys begin to close gap on girls in the classroom; GCSE results suggest tide could be turning as more exams introduced. 508
Building a link between office design and staff wellbeing; Joe Croft, head of environmental and sustainability at fit out specialist Overbury, discusses how office design can have a significant and positive effect on staff wellbeing. 726
Business opportunity with sale of imposing Georgian office building. 256
Buyers need PS23k deposit. 227
Cadbury honoured in name of new retirement complex. 374
Cadbury's new Creme Egg recipe sees sales plummet. 171
Call to recycle city's food waste. 231
Can new Beorma development match its towering ambition? 1062
City developer digs deep to balance out rising stamp duty. 320
City's firms challenged to get running. 233
Classy kitchen is star of show; A lot of work has gone into creating a Northfield home with the wow factor, writes Alison Jones. 435
Comments from 321
Corridors of power now your luxury living space; Apartments in Sutton Coldfield's old council house are up for sale at more than half a million pounds, writes Alison Jones. 351
Country house reaps the reward of careful change; This seven-bedroom charmer in Shropshire is well worth seeking out, writes Alison Jones. 502
Creating something that stands out from the crowd; Neil Edginton likes building things - and a challenge - and his latest projects are certainly fulfilling both criteria. 1195
Credit cards' record 0pc deals... with a sting in tail; PERSONAL FINANCE. 607
CREED (12A) Starring. 375
Director brought in by consultancy. 148
Doctors deserve the right to be listened to. 138
Drained by the constant rain; gardening With Diarmuid Gavin There are ways to protect your garden if it's waterlogged y p y. 808
Drug and alcohol tests led to missed bin collections. 274
DVDs. 362
Early drummer's tribute to rock legend Bowie. 563
Ex-city student draws in millions of fans. 229
Ex-council chief quits latest post as HMRC boss. 249
Extra week to enter 'Oscars'. 229
F1 driveshaft supplier in management buyout deal; New funding to support expansion. 451
Family anger over state of Cadbury; Descendant and MP hits out at US owner Mondelez. 583
Filling in the sauvignon blancs. 666
former Methodist church hall The night a Starman played a. 618
Friendly fire only for Clancy on question time debut as leader. 927
Ghost of Eric Pickles haunts Whitehall still. 1022
Guns are not exciting in this movie... they're very realistic; Chloe Grace Moretz has spent two-thirds of her life on screen - and she's not yet out of her teens.The cool-as-a-cucumber star talks to Susan Griffin about how she manages to stay grounded in the spotlight big screen. 1100
Help those caught in the middle. 411
Here's how to enter... 186
Holmes investigates:Taking stock of the office market; This month, commercial property super sleuth Theo Holmes from CBRE dons his deerstalker and gets out his magnifying glass to cast his investigative eye over the key trends in the Birmingham office market in 2016. 640
Hospital denies bullying doctors. 374
Hospitality college set to expand; Second phase of PS90m plans for catering and tourism university. 509
Hotel has spa quality; On a trip to Northumberland, Coreena Ford discovered a hotel positively brimming with style, pamper packages and culinary delights. 831
Hotel updates online package. 157
How long can we support the big brand demand for space? The influx of big names to Birmingham is great but is there still room for our independents? - Alastair Robertson-Dunn, director, hotels, retail and leisure at Bilfinger GVA, takes a look. 869
I know how lucky I am to be in this; small screen. 935
I wish Bowie could have flown in space, it's so joyful; Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, the man who recorded Space Oddity in space, is coming to Birmingham. He tells Graham Young how sorry he was to learn of David Bowie's death. 1579
Illuminating drive in this stylish Volvo; The new XC60 comes packed with gadgets, writes Edward Stephens. 694
Inger returns to practice as partner. 212
Inquiry over Touchwood extension. 315
Investing in innovation is key driver for growth. 303
Island hopper; Stark volcanic vistas and some superb sea views were among memorable sights enjoyed by Anthony Collins on his cruise, taking in Morocco, CapeVerde and the Canary Islands. 1158
It's an interesting year for payers of business rates; Graham Knight, director, business rates, Bilfinger GVA, takes stock of the largest change to local taxation in 25 years. 676
Jacques not for sale, warns Gary. 223
Jaguar Land Rover sales rise despite China slump. Financial report 368
JLR reveals PS500m Midland investment; Major research and development boost thanks to huge new site. 425
John scoops the honours for OfficeWatch competition 2015. 258
Joleon proving he's a class act - boss. 259
Last chance to own piece of Felix's fantastic estate; Late publisher Felix Dennis's unusual residence has raised millions of pounds for a forestry project, and there are still two lots left on the market. Alison Jones reports. 745
late breaks. 194
Law firm's PS5k donation to help two kids. 217
Lose your 'mindless' habits and take up ones that make life better... 872
Major expansion move for ambitious logistics company. 430
Marketing guru at keynote event. 151
Mayor joins local business people at book launch. 152
Midland astrophysicists grab more Hubble time than most. 388
Midland trains could have seats and toilets removed to ease overcrowding. 413
MP Phillips backs latest Corbyn colleague to resign in protest. 416
MPs' call for new anthem is music to the ears of some. 868
New boss on board as city firm expands. 111
New lease of life for old baths in PS4m restoration. 388
New live escape game planned for city centre. 190
New regional accounting giant after rivals merge. 342
New trainee solicitors get warm welcome from BCL. 230
New year, new employment legislation... 374
Number of new start-ups in city down by a fifth. 171
Pair are Instagram STARTURN with help from PS100k grant; TECH & DIGITAL. 357
Pass the baton to young Lithuanian! Has CBSO finally found its next music director? Christopher Morley is hoping a recent concert will finally end speculation about an Andris Nelson's replacement. 693
Paying off debts moves up list of priorities. 316
Press Club milestone celebrated. 101
PS20,000 package of prizes on offer to city's top small businesses. 541
PS40m deal for central city building. 234
PS50k boost for online training tools developer. 216
Put yourself on a seafood diet. Recipe 853
Remi's reminder TOVILLA stars after 'Gumgate' row. 366
Return to old methods to stop flooding; Letters. Letter to the editor 240
Richborough enjoys a record-breaking year with PS40m transactions. 535
Rotary club to raise cash for cancer charity; Letters. Letter to the editor 273
Saido hasn't held grudge, insists Pulis. 161
Savills in planning promotion. 231
Savills in planning promotion[...]. 231
School's fightback after THETROJAN Horse scandal; New principal reveals key to turning school around after 'Islamist plot'. 711
Speed up change or face takeover, council is told; Failing authority must deliver realistic budget in next two months. 498
Spirit of freedom; Ground-breaking film Born Free was a roaring success when it was released 50 years ago. Marion McMullen finds out why 2016 has been declared the Year Of The Lion. 809
Stamp duty changes not all bad news; Change is coming to the second home and buy-to-let market as new stamp duty rates become effective in April. Richard Harper, from Fine & Country West Midlands, discusses the implications. 429
Stock market dilemma for Chinese chiefs. 354
Take a bite out of Brum's food scene; Those with a passion for food and drink can't fail to be satisfied with the line-up of events for 2016. Luke Beardsworth has put together a list of those not to be missed. 903
Take a break in a haven of beauty; If the excesses of Christmas and New Year have taken their toll on your body, give yourself a boost with a spa day. Alison Jones has found six spas in and around Birmingham perfect for a pamper session. 1099
Takeover that left a bitter taste; VIEWPOINT. 268
Talks over James' deal ARE taking place -Tony; Baggies boss refutes midfielder's claim he hasn't been approached. 691
The highest take up in the city on record; Will Ventham, director in the office agency team at CBRE, looks back on a bumper year for Birmingham office take up. 448
The week ahead. Calendar 121
This Room is definitely worth a view; film review DAMON SMITH. 490
Thousands of women hit by rise in pension age; MP: Changes too quick for many to plan ahead. 395
Time for a new order in suburban markets. 522
Time for rethink to save city's old districts - Clancy; Council leader speaks out after growing anger about boundary changes. 566
Time to end the silence on future of BBC Midlands; MP demands answers in regional funding row. 614
Time to go gunning for the magnificent seven; These executive homes offer the best of market town life with good access to the city, writes Alison Jones. 404
Time to take a fresh look at your pension arrangements. 722
Top office rents 'to hit PS32.50 psf this year'. 388
top ten. 165
Tower Hits Road Block Because Of Council Rules [...]; Conditions over hotel operator puts neighbouring flats on ice. 442
Tower hits road block because of council rules; Conditions over hotel operator puts neighbouring flats on ice. 441
tried & tested. 211
Trio of deals as work on Fort Dunlop continues; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 342
Unbuilt Midland homes backlog hits a new high. 639
University campus sold to Chinese investors. 301
University's honorary doctorate for Asian Network founder. 306
Veteran Lib Dem LEADERTILSLEY to pass on the baton. 572
Why aren't transport costs falling with price of fuel? 393
Why there is no beed for a dry January; Is your skin in need of some TLC? Don't worry, here we around up a dryness-beating dozen of the best moisturisers. 618
Winning Aston Martin plant 'is priority' for city. 519

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