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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 12, 2016)

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'Deserter' is a hero once more; He died fighting for his country but was branded 'a coward' until his great niece cleared his name. 1310
'Freedom to blame for scandals at city schools' Top chief wants policy change after academy embarrassment. 561
'Risk to lives' as number plate thefts soar. 337
'Snapchat' teacher is banned. 159
7,000 sign up for city marathon. 273
A bloomin' marvellous way to spend a sunny day with the family; in 23. House, park and gardens from May 28 to Open: Open all year Monday to Saturday 10am If you're looking for a relaxing way to enjoy the warm weather, a stroll around beautiful blooms in fantastic historical settings is the perfect choice. Here are DAVID BENTLEY's top gardens to visit in Birmingham and beyond. 1584
A channel for realising aspiration; Graeme Brown, The Birmingham Post's Head of Business lauds the potential of the city's youth. 468
A whirlwind of a year with so much to celebrate in the city; What does winning BYPY really mean? Katie Kershaw writes about her whirlwind 12 months! 510
ALSO SHOWING. 373
Andrew's passion and humour shone; Letters. 311
Are you the best in the business? Launch of Birmingham Post Business Awards 2016, celebrating the great and the good of local commerce, enterprise and trade Birmingham Post Business Awards 2016 categories. 955
Back in the groove. 579
Barclaycard pulls out of city arena sponsorship deal; But ICC and NEC naming rights to be sold. 433
BBC 3 move is more than I'd hoped for. 326
Be careful what you wish for, McAuley warns fans. 428
Beeb finally tunes in to second city with BBC3 base; Campaign for fairer share of licence fee investment pays off. 614
BETTING. 389
Birmingham bosses 'far more sceptical' about staying in EU. 366
BOOK REVIEW; Forever Young by Oliver Kay (Sportsbookofthemonth.com price PS13.60. saving PS6.40 on rrp). 352
Boss defends price hikes as council income is threatened. 343
Boundaries rethink is example of consultation done correctly. 880
BPS - supporting the region's professional talent for 26 years. 438
BrumExports Communicating Internationally. 268
But ICC and NEC naming rights to be sold. 414
BYPY16 is not possible without our sponsors. 1518
BYPY16 scores TV face for title race. 228
Call for end to care orders that left baby in hands of her killer; MP demands suspension after murderer was jailed. 560
CD RELEASES. 407
Celebrating the best of professional talent; A word from this year's BYPY Chair, Bina Ganatra. 353
Charming period home with original features. 264
Cocktail bar comes with a 'non-pretentious' promise; A nationwide cocktail bar chain is opening its first premises in Birmingham. GRAHAM YOUNG is G shaken and stirred as he discovers what it takes to be a bartender there. 867
Councillor in anti-Muslim tweet apology. 305
Crowning an Inspiring Leader. 177
DANCE REVIEW; Carlos Acosta - A Classical Farewell Birmingham Hippodrome ????? HHHHI. Dance review 543
DANCE. 559
Dates set for Mirga to pick up the baton in Birmingham; The new music director of City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra tells CHRISTOPHER MORLEY why she plans to Y concentrate solely on her 'dream' job in the city. 1728
Dead unusual places to dine are recipe for success; Bored of eating at the same old restaurant chains? Then give these distinctive dining experiences offered by quirky independents a try. R0Z LAWS reports S. 1159
Deputy police boss caused 'upset' by visiting murder victim's family. 290
Developer extends role with agency. 178
dressed at the baftas. 367
Duo should make last-day clash despite knocks. 192
Engineering heavyweight who stood up to unions. 255
Ensuring the professional services sector has a bright future; Professional Services Week June 27 - July 1, 2016. 461
Ensuring young people have a greater platform for their views; A word from the Aspire Chair, Amelia Ladbrook. 196
Ewan still has his lust for life; TRAINSPOTTING FANS ARE ON TENTERHOOKS FOR NEXT YEAR'S SEQUEL, BUT EWAN MCGREGOR HAS OTHER THINGS TO THINK ABOUT. THE SCOTTISH ACTOR TELLS SUSAN GRIFFIN ABOUT LIFE IN HIS FORTIES AND HIS DIRECTORIAL DEBUT. 1089
Ex-PM Brown in city speech. 180
FINANCE. 287
Former mill for those with plenty of dough. 694
Fuel economy tests need total overhaul; Letters. 148
GADGETS; STAR WARS GADGETS. 358
Games bid part of a wider ambition; Letters. 154
Gee whiz... men's team are fastest! ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 415
Gig-goers punished by extortionate fees; Letters. 171
Giving young professionals the channel to make a difference; A word from the BPS Birmingham Future Chair, Rebecca Simkiss. 408
Gluten-free goodness; Gluten-free choices are getting better - but there's still away to go, says Phil Vickery. The TV chef tells KAK TE A WHITING why he's on a mission to make free-from cooking mainstream. 1536
Gold is safe haven in face of volatility. 325
Golf Day goes with a swing. 243
Government is seeking your train of thought. 800
Government jobs cull slammed by business leaders; Bid to shed 533 city roles 'a blow to devolution'. 496
Grade II-listed office complex to get a major revamp by July. 198
Hard work wins against all the odds. 378
Harvest interest in a rural retreat. 317
Hospital transplant first for HIV-infected organs; Breakthrough for recipient patients who also have disease. 337
Hotel could double size with new floors. 145
HR, RECRUITMENT AND TRAINING. 212
Iconic Henry Moore sculpture goes on display at Barber fine art institute. 300
Influx of businesses at Longbridge. 178
It's out with the old and in with the new; Jayne Howarth discovers five amazing buildings that have been converted into flats. 868
Keeping up with the pensions revolution. 627
Kinsella to leave after not being offered deal. 240
Labour election success 'not good enough' - MP; Dromey warns party made little progess INWEST Midlands. 420
Lack of enthusiasm fails to win my vote; Letters. 103
LEGAL. 201
Malmaison set to pioneer new office concept in city; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 340
MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS. 275
Media giant buys owner of Midland radio stations. 325
Meet the BYPY16 judges. 895
Minorities make city schools 'some of best in country' But former equality chief warns UK is 'delusional' about racial differences. 623
Mortgages into old age as people live longer; PERSONAL FINANCE. 702
MP: Gay marriage could pay for upkeep of Lichfield Cathedral. 316
MUSIC. 1159
My beautiful, brave sister died at the hands of her husband - I still cry endlessly; Losing her sister was always going to be tough, but losing her to murder has been sheer horror. Singer Rita Coolidge talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about grief, forgiveness and being tasked with the killer's ashes. 1063
On budget and on time, please; Watchdog: PS10m Centenary Square revamp must not spiral out of control. 350
ON THE SMALL SCREEN; DAME JUDI DENCH ON STARRING IN THE HOLLOW CROWN. 862
OUR EXPERT ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. 268
Pannu peace deal eases way for Blues takeover. 388
Pensioners go mad for new hearing aid; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 212
Plight of turtle doves in Malta needs action. 363
Prison told family son 'had died'. 118
PROPERTY AND CONSTRUCTION. 200
Property firm snaps up two more for PS5m. 185
RAISE A GLASS. 502
Reach for the sky; ADD SOME FAST-GROWING FLOWERS AND CLIMBERS TO YOUR PATCH. 568
Relief for residents in political border skirmish. 422
Restaurant and bar plans for historic offices. 235
Restaurant to offer taste of Argentina to city business district; Top steakhouse Gaucho attracted by city food scene. 493
Return of Peaky Blinders caps a great year for fashion boutique. 333
Right to buy could see 1,190 council homes sold a year; Charity Shelter warns new scheme to sell housing association properties could backfire. 547
Roadshow to help entrepreneurs grow; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 436
Rushian's a big hope for Villa after bulking out; Lyden praises teenage star set for breakthrough season. 591
Sex attack a week in hospitals; Huge increase in number of assaults 'not acceptable', says union Unison. 590
Shoo-in for new law partners. 103
Spotlight on restrictive covenants and impact on innovation. 490
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 245
STATESIDE. 655
StirlingAston has PS7m tag. 268
Team of volunteers helping to create a memorable evening; Meet the BYPY16 Committee. 214
TECHNOLOGY. 288
THE ANGRY BIRDS MOVIE (U) ... .. 265
The makings of Aspiring Talent; This year's finalists. 174
theatre. 864
Thriller has too many defects; OUR KIND OF TRAITOR(15) ... .. 478
Ticket price rises at prestige halls hit cheaper seats; Symphony ANDTOWN halls to close off tiers. 652
Tories take power on new town council. 464
Tributes to architect who designed Central Library; Design chief led team that created iconic Brutalist landmark. 871
Trio of sites go for PS7.3m. 148
Turns out Corbyn knew better than the experts. 764
Universities join PS20m quest for 'cold power' TECHNOLOGY. 342
Uplifted by the array of talent on display; Welcome to the Chair of Judges, Tracy Westall. 364
Wages pledge as crime commissioner re-elected. 395
We can't go against Church teachings; Letters. 107
WE'D LOVE TO GO BRAC; LOOKING FOR A CROWD-FREE FAMILY BEACH HOLIDAY THIS SUMMER? THEN TRY CROATIAN ISLAND BRAC, SAYS HANNAH STEPHENSON. 651
Welcome review of plastic microbeads; Letters. 166
West Midlanders ready for strong elected mayor; Poll reveals support for more powerful leader. 585
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 115
What you see is what you get with no-nonsense Viva; Vauxhall's value-for-money motor is a credit to a famous name, says EDWAR W D STEPHENS. 504
Why we're supporting LoveBrum tonight. 424

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