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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 31, 2016)

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'Star City' casino and leisure complex up for sale. 222
136 companies across region at risk if UK steel industry bites the dust. 220
14 years to repair every pot-holed road in region; Under-funding and PS1bn bill mean streets likely to get worse. 413
84 children charged over firearms. 162
A little saving grace after a seven-year itch... 622
Academy chain learns a lesson at the school of hard knocks... COLUMNIST OF THE YEAR. 899
Adding investment sparkle to the region's many attractions. 805
American dream tugs heartstrings of audiences; TV star Jodie Prenger tells Lizz Brain how she believes the emotional journey within Tell Me On A Sunday will resonate with so many people. 711
Appliance of science making a massive difference to our lives. 913
Armed officer fired gun accidentally during raid; Weapon did not have safety catch on as trigger caught kit. 497
Battle for school places sees parental fraud soar; Families lied about their faith or rented a nearby property. 517
Ben is back in reckoning for France after Jack KO. 363
Big names behind the region's creative flair and imagination. 700
Birmingham can find the cure for leukaemia; ADVERTISING FEATURE ADV DVERT RTISING FEA EAT ATURE. 801
BOOK REVIEW. 418
Boost for corporate legal team. 198
Boost for region as firms see sales rise. Financial report 345
Brexit and the financial implications. 333
British classics with a twist; Childhood memories and fantastic British fare helped inspire Nigel Mendham's latest gourmet menu. Gemma Dunn takes part in a masterclass with the celebrated chef. Recipe 1513
Brussels and Paris terrorist killers 'visited Birmingham' MP demands answers on threat from 'hundreds' of local suspects. 476
Business park base acquired for PS2.6 million. 151
Call to use scanners and 'save distress' of normal post-mortem. 344
Campaigners who go the extra mile for benefit of community. 930
Car park fees rise as more shoppers head to city. 221
CD RELEASES. 439
Champions of healthcare and standards in our hospitals. 890
City is UK's 'crash for cash' capital. 240
Constituency donations from education business which paid head a second salary. 496
Could you B&B tempted? Ever fancied giving up your day job to run a B&B or guest house? Jayne Howarth has found some gems for sale across the Midlands that just might inspire you... 799
Damaged bridge over expressway finally reopens. 276
DAVID MYERS BETTING. 364
Deputy PCC suspended 'for praying' with victim's family; Complaint over deputy crime commissioner 'interfering' with investigation. 394
Design agency starts from scratch for Bears logo. 312
Dessert shop to create 40 new jobs. 170
Developers lose battle to build housing estate. 269
Developing a dynamic and brighter future for the region. 761
Double bay delight has many character features; This traditional, detached home is in a very desirable area of Coventry, writes. 373
Driving forces behind the breadth of culture in region. 670
Driving THEWEST Midlands' economy and creating jobs. 771
Eight games in 27 days... which way will Blues' season go? 711
Ex-minister Laws 'sorry' for MP after 'no money left' note. 446
Explosion of excellence and flavour across the dining scene. 858
Faces behind the creation of a top European retail destination. 859
Few cases of cruelty to animals end in conviction. 370
Fighting for - and defending - the interests of the community. 763
Financiers with the expertise to help make things happen. 709
Find the field-good factor at festivals.. Rock, pop, 80s, jazz, funk, folk, acoustic... whatever music you like, you'll find it at Midlands festivals this summer. Zoe Chamberlain reports. 841
Fines could curb parking on verges; Letters. 204
Firms creates 'shocking' TV advert. 157
Five ways to stay ahead in the renovation game; Make your home more valuable, sellable and enjoyable to live in by improving it in the right way. JULIE GRAY has five top tips to get your home looking its absolute best. 614
Former FA chief Bevington joins board. 211
GADGETS. 363
Go green and clean; If you want to do your home improvements in an environmentally-friendly manner, Julia Gray provides a variety of ideas to consider. 464
Great minds that progress our understanding and abilities. 871
Hope for 'Warrior of the Midlands' Letters. 106
Hope yet as bad case of 'treeicide' leaves yew lovers stumped. 578
Hospital parking fee for staff and visitors ditched. 363
Hub for digital start-ups opens doors for business; TECH & DIGITAL. 282
I am a real NeanderthI don't enjo technology much, I'm cautious of t; big screen One glance at his CV clearly shows MichaeShannon isn't work-shy, but he prefers to hunder the radar when it comes to fame. He Gemma Dunn why 'everything is science' and how our reliance on smartphones distu. 989
I can relate to the big questions most of us ask; He's played God on the big screen and now Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman tells Susan Griffin how he's taking on The Story Of God for a new TV series. 951
Immaculate home offers a taste of open-plan luxury; This stylish detached home benefits from being in a semi-rural location but has the delights of Solihull nearby, writes David Whinyates. 306
Immigration will not disappear; Letters. 190
In the saddle in Sri Lanka; Nigel Heath takes a cycling c break on the verdant island of Sri Lanka. 1004
Influential champions of the beating heart of Great Britain. 802
IOD launches its new course. 179
Israel is not the problem - ISIS is; Letters. 176
Jobs at risk as company raided by FBI collapses; Firm in price-fixing probe faced millions in potential fines. 510
John Lewis to open city tech base. 185
Kemp insists he's no friend of these 'frustrating' friendlies. 300
late breaks. 132
Leaders responsible for new landscapes around the region. 902
Leadership in making the region a better place to live. 726
Leaving EU better than alternative; Letters. 115
Legal eagles who are flying high in the pursuit of justice. 794
Lincoln, York & Castle Howard. 135
Little boys' room with a view... New hotel opens with stunning vistas of the city from unusual quarters. 598
magnolia x loebneri. 113
Make a vow to choose an unusual place for your big wedding day; Why stick to the conventional locations to tie the knot when you can go to some of the city's most prestigious venues? Roz Laws reports. 1048
Manufacturing a tremendous boost to the region's economy. 891
Mice blamed on new tramlines forces cafe into major clean-up. 313
Midlands schoolboy designs new PS1 coin. 235
More apartments set for city Masshouse scheme. 342
More than PS1m paid to Midland teachers assaulted by their pupils. 251
Movers, shakers and achievers within the business of sport. 899
MP backs jewellers in row over city hallmark. 344
MPs received cash from pay scandal academy chain; Head keeps job as chain split up. 156
My stalker would send me 70 emails a day; Creepy criminals are familiar territory for bestselling writer Jeffery Deaver - in the fictional sense. But as his latest novel is published, he tells Hannah Stephenson how he is dealing with being the target of a real life stalker profile. 1119
New air link to Bucharest from city. 147
New living wage means pay rise for one in five; But many smaller companies fear for jobs, claims chamber. 699
New retail park placed on market; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 212
Non-league football club looks to turn professional; Team has ambitious goal as it reveals PS900,000 investment. 581
Outstanding champions for business and growth in region. 959
products of the week. 224
Providing services that keep everything we need running. 841
PUBLIC NOTICE. Public notice 133
Q&A. 106
Quiz of the Day. 173
Rates of cancer survival prove some of the worst; Fears of Midlands 'postcode lottery' for some forms of disease. 439
Remi Garde: Right man at wrong time? Win-ratio was appalling - but transfer window sealed Villa's relegation Club thank boss after pay-off agreed. 583
Revamped Superb lives up to its name; Skoda estate is more than just a load lugger, reports Edward Stephens. 597
REVIEW. 346
Sandwich was the best thing since sliced bread (almost). 332
Senior surveyor joins consultancy. 261
Shakespeare art brought to life in new exhibition; Terry Grimley gives his verdict on the new Shakespeare in Art exhibition at Compton Verney. 915
Sizzling Victorian home could set your heart ablaze; This secluded, five-bedroom property, combines period features with contemporary style, writes Jayne Howarth. 540
So, who is it that's making things happen in the region today? 386
Special needs children 'failed by dismal' care; Watchdog slams performance of council. 446
Specialist law firm marks 10 years. 126
Stamp duty change may open way for first timers; PERSONAL FINANCE. 589
Standard bearers for charitable big heart of THEWEST Midlands. 801
Stars' tweet success from humble origins; As the social media platform Twitter celebrates a milestone, Roz Laws looks at how Birmingham stars got a handle on it. 831
STATESIDE; Letters. 766
Step out for some real classical treats; A plethora of quality events are happening outside of Birmingham this spring. Christopher Morley gives us the lowdown. 628
style files. 143
stylist. 366
Success stories powered by the leading lights of learning. 799
Superfan's pilgrimage to see heavy metal heroes; Chris Hopkins has travelled the world to see Black Sabbath. Graham Young catches up with him before he heads to the US for the fifth time to follow the music legends. 917
Superjumbo proves that city airport is going places. 313
Supermarket stars [...]. 685
T was the era of the clapo-Les himself became an overnight A galaxy of stars was born; Marion McMullen looks at some of the acts who got their big break on Opportunity Knocks as the TV talent show reaches its 60th anniversary. 835
TAPS. 203
Tata sale could hit 1,000 workers in West Midlands; Future of two Black Country plants in doubt. 485
The miserable Midlands - and reasons to be cheerful. 947
The people ensuring that the West Midlands is going places. 902
The write way to unwind. 1009
Time to banish our inferiority complex and make this right; ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN. 1059
Tributes pour in as council leader dies; Councillor was tipped as mayoral frontrunner. 539
Trip down memory lane as man rebuilds his old school bus. 464
Trott goes out to bat for Cure Leukaemia in 10k run. 464
Troubled bar that drained police time closes down. 353
VILLA'S SEASON OF DOOM. 290
Virgin Rail in office deal. 171
Waiting for a bus is down to a fine art. 153
Warriors of the web who are breaking down the frontiers. 898
Weeding out the dangers; Spring's here and it's time to get to work outdoors - so here's how to do it safely. 752
what to do this week. 143
Young property professionals shortlisted for BYPY award. 420

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