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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 30, 2017)

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'Crisis' as region loses 100 GPs in just one year. 362
'Experimental roads' to be built in the Midlands; Routes will pave way for driverless cars. 440
'Grand Designs' home the length of six buses. 712
10 quirky attractions to get you in mood for Christmas. 1000
3PB Barristers marks launch of new office. 167
A daunting December in the next phase of Bruce promotion push. 739
Aerospace firm shuts factory to create 'super site'. 351
All change at Associated Architects. 175
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 278
ALL TREATS and no tricks; chris beesley finds steak perfection in chester. 735
Apartments scheme to be scaled down in size. 333
Ballroom woes are not council's fault; Letters. 108
BBC told to give tapes of IRA man to police; Former terrorist admitted his part in pub bombings. 467
beaut y buzz; THE LATEST PRODUCTS AND GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 284
Blurring the lines between growth and value. 637
Boga now up and running after slow start. 380
BOOK REVIEW. 417
Bosses behind Midlands rail franchise revealed. 404
Boutique hotel plans for old listed factory. 319
Brits have taken me into their hearts, says R&B star; US R&B singer Alexander O'Neal has re-recorded his hit album Hear Say to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its release. He talks to MARTIN HUTCHINSON. 479
Brr -illiant for winter; Meet the plants that shake off the cold YOUR GARDEN. 601
CD REVIEWS. Sound recording review 411
Cherry picker company bought by rival for PS10.7m. 181
City 'caves in' to union on binmen's pay dispute; Opposition councillors hit out after deal that could end strike. 413
City leader won't rule out congestion charge; New council chief says he will do 'whatever it takes' for cleaner air. 510
Colombia's calling; MARIA BRESLIN travels to the south american country and discovers soul, street art and - of course - coffee. 1253
Compiling the essential guide to classical concerts; Chamber Music Plus - an annual Bible for concert-goers - is reaching more people than ever before. CHRISTOPHER MORLEY finds out how the publication began. 782
CORDUROY COMEBACK; An offshoot of the Seventies trend, corduroy is back on the catwalks - and shaking off its fusty reputation, says KATIE WRIGHT. 294
Council hamstrung on housing policy; Letters. 254
Customers overpaying insurance. 174
Doctor suspended after injuring man in car crash. 338
DOCTOR'S NOTES. 135
Dogs home boss and ex face jail for PS900k theft. 443
Don't ditch conservation areas, urges Civic Society. 490
Don't guilt mums about breastfeeding for longer; Mothers who choose to nurse for longer are often criticised - but is this fair? LAUREN TAYLOR speaks to supporters about 'full-term' breastfeeding. 956
Don't miss next week's Post: ? Special 64-page pullout. Letter to the editor 213
Evil mother who starved Khyra to death is freed after just 7 years; Case prompted major review of social services. 507
FASHIONABLY GREAT; Fabulous food, fine art, fashion and fun are never far away in Milan, writes MARK WOODHOUSE. 1020
Fees row could lead to 'Cash machine deserts'. 461
FIT FOR A KING. 237
five reasons to...EAT CARROTS. 118
Free school to lose funding for 'failing' pupils; City academy was in special measures. 604
Gallery to join forces with Royal Ballet for cultural centre. 243
Give and take from both sides but relief as settlement reached. 789
Gizmo's owner coming to Birmingham cinema for Q&A. 303
Hot shot is 'top of the Villa hitlist'. 334
House prices soar near centre. 262
Hundreds lose jobs in collapse. 139
I believe in the power of the mind. If you put out a positive vibe, good things will flow; X Factor winner Matt Terry tells GABRIELLE FAGAN about dating, being held at gunpoint and the sacrifices his family made to help him achieve his dream. 969
I love Mexican food. It's so in your face; RICK STEIN TELLS ELLA WALKER THAT NOTHING CAN BEAT A TORTILLA AS THE PERFECT VEHICLE FOR FOOD. 1544
Inquiry into new type of pension. 201
Jeetan: Great honour to be Bears skipper. 319
Jewellery Quarter building bought for PS28m. 284
joanne watkinson; SHOPPERS: THE NEXT GENERATION. 313
Jobs support service scoops excellence award. Awards list 368
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 262
Less talk and more action on transport; Letters. 248
Let Ireland vote on their own 'Brexit'. 360
London's transport cash dwarfs Midlands. 247
Lone wolves that rained terror on city; November 1940 marked the darkest days of the Blitz for Birmingham and Coventry. Large-scale night attacks laid waste to large swathes of the cities. But the Germans also used daylight raids of solitary bombers as a weapon of terror. Now Blitz historian Steve Richards has researched three such attacks on Birmingham. 932
Lovely views to woodland. 145
Measles alert as children go unvaccinated; Parents urged to seek MMR vaccine as city cases revealed. 411
Measles outbreak prompts warning to get MMR jab; Health chiefs in urgent alert as new cases confirmed. 103
Mechanic stripped stolen Land Rovers. 345
Memorial plan for father of Industrial Revolution Darby. 475
Midland boss who refused to retire dies at age of 99; Tributes to much-loved chairman of builders' merchants who worked right up until the end. 586
Minorities could offer PS24bn boost. 277
MP:Young unaware of capitalism's benefits. 304
Museum looks to the future; Major campaign to raise PS40m to create new exhibition centre and galleries. 407
MUSIC REVIEWS. 611
New city air link to India. 149
New offices for business park near city's airport. 247
Nightclub loses licence after drugs death. 245
Number of winter deaths soared across the region. 306
ON THE RADAR. 210
Pardew: I'll take Baggies to the next level. 852
Parking pirates? At least we didn't make a loss. 642
Plans on track to reopen old railway line. 368
PLANT OF THE WEEK. 112
Power 250 takes off with the help of Qatar Airways; ? Don't miss the Power 250 pullout in next week's Post. 859
President's ex on trial over torture. 113
Prime development raises roof. 110
PS11m from car parking charges 'not profiteering' Council defends surplus after increase in fees last year. 408
PS16m for Midland roads along HS2 railway route. 404
public Notice. Public notice 1353
Quiz. 113
RAISE A GLASS. 531
Region fares poorly in 'state of nation' report. 708
Rest easy at tranquil, stylish barn conversion. 504
REVIEW. 246
REVIEWS. 581
REVIEWS. 531
Risk-taker Steve sees glimmer among all the gloom. 495
Rural retreat. 593
Safe future for a great landmark; Letters. 125
SAIL of the century; MOVIE EPIC TITANIC WAS RELEASED 20 YEARS AGO. MARION McMULLEN LOOKS AT HOW TINSELTOWN BROUGHT THE SINKING OF THE 'UNSINKABLE' TO THE BIG SCREEN. 901
Special relationship in strange times will strengthen ties with US. 606
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 252
THE HAIRY BIKERS SHARE THEIR CHRISTMAS CULINARY SECRETS; The Hairy Bikers have put healthy eating on the back burner for the festive season. Georgia Humphreys talks fab feasts. 511
THE HALLS TECH; Find the perfect gadget for your loved ones this Christmas. 612
THE MAN WHO INVENTED [...]. 334
The Wonder stuff. 470
There's a difference between tricks and magic; Star magician Dynamo talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about his celebrity gigs, meeting Brad Pitt and how the Magic Circle feels about him giving away secrets in his latest book. 1177
This album is a tribute to Brucie - my hero and my inspiration; STRICTLY COME DANCING'S ANTON DU BEKE TELLS MARION McMULLEN HOW SIR BRUCE FORSYTH WILL ALWAYS BE HIS SHOWBIZ ROLE MODEL. 961
Trials, tribulations and triumphs; Birmingham's world-class Conservatoire has been a key part of the city's musical life for more than a century. A new book by Birmingham Post chief music critic Christopher Morley traces its absorbing history. NORMAN STINCHCOMBE reviews Royal Birmingham Conservatoire: Inspiring Musicians since 1886. 1365
University buys old Municipal Bank; Listed landmark will be used as a space for performances and exhibitions. 416
Velodrome would be great for city; Letters. 127
Vulnerable children sent hundreds of miles. 367
Want to look like a jet-setting supermodel? 126
Warehouse units sold for PS4.6m. 133
Warning over rail strike. 207
WATCH AT HOME three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 297
What a trip... when Pink Floyd hit suburban Brum; 50 years since psychedelic rock legends played small Birmingham ballroom. 1063
What the Dickens? Dan Stevens steps into the shoes of Charles Dickens in his new film The Man Who Invented Christmas. He meets LAURA HARDING to talk about his move to America and why he wanted to find out how truly strange the author was. 976
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 139
Why can't we do as the Germans do? Letters. 111
Why is this fine design lost on those who should know better? ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN. 1035
World-class skincare; Looking for something more 'worldly' from your skincare? Check out these products from around the globe says TAYLOR HEYMAN. 495
XC60 is now an even bigger force to be reckoned with; Volvo has made its popular SUV even more appealing, writes EDWARD STEPHENS. 595

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