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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 15, 2018)

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'Huge concern' over cost-cutting plans to close police station. 460
'I was stupid', admits charity boss guilty of misusing funds; Pair made unlawful withdrawals. 1207
215,000 new homes to be built in region after PS350m pledge. 496
30 years on...the meeting that sparked a revolution in Brum. 1019
A BEATLES BOLTHOLE. 212
A HIDEAWAY FIT FOR A PRESIDENT. 214
Aktar unveils plan for an 'intoxicating culinary journey'. 454
All fired-up. 1297
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 306
All the fun of the Faroes; STEVE GRAVES visits the Faroe Islands, conquers his lifelong fear of fish - and gets hooked on seafood. 1291
APP ofthe WEEK. 148
Archbishop and choir team up for a concert double bill; The Most Reverend Bernard Longley, Archbishop Of Birmingham, is joining Birmingham Bach Choir for a very special performance focusing on the work of two Elizabethan greats. He talks to DAVE FREAK. 994
Backing for plan to re-open rail line; Letters. 171
Bank workers who stole PS220,000 lived high life; Crooks splashed out on holidays after targeting HSBC. 526
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 144
Binmen took 18 days off sick on average on top of walkouts. 380
Blues are proving where there's life, there's hope. 507
Blues shamed over minimum wage. 381
Bodega Cantina adds a splash of colour with fiesta-inspired restaurant. 206
BOOK REVIEW. 448
Boss jailed after OAP died in freak accident. 353
Business bosses come together for InternationalWomen's Day. 437
Business park to make way for HS2 line. 174
Call for a chewing gum tax as council faces a sticky situation. 357
Call for national memorial in city for fallen Muslim soldiers; Councillor says monument should reflect sacrifice of Commonwealth servicemen. 504
Campaigners call for city-wide pollution tax to save lives. 373
CBRE delivers market outlook. 194
Celebrity haunt set for Grand's basement. 262
Channel 4 base is golden opportunity to make amends to Midlands. 716
Chef takes centre stage at tiny sushi restaurant; Small is definitely beautiful for chef and restaurant co-owner Michal Kubiak as 10-seater Gaijin Sushi opens near the city centre. SANJEETA BAINS reports. 390
Church rampage knifeman found dead in jail had previously stabbed trainee lawyer. 481
City centre food festival offers taster. 238
City company first to be fined over staff pensions. 353
City school offers rest of UK lesson in tackling 'segregation' Government launches new policy to bring divided communities together. 555
City's GymnasticsWorld Cup to be screened on BBC. 305
Club woes no barrier to Ndoye's Russia dream. 268
Cost of velodrome is too much to bear; Letters. 134
Could this be the face of 'Bella in THEWYCH Elm'? Mystery murder victim's appearance reconstructed 75 years on. 926
Cream of the crop; EDWARD STEPHENS discovers a pretty boutique inn that celebrates all things bovine. 822
Defendant admits sexual assault after unwanted kisses; Man's 'unblemished' character destroyed by 'impulsive act' that saw him grab woman. 452
DESIGN BRINGS MACK TO THE FUTURE. 232
Developer appoints two new directors. 222
Dion: Pardew perfect for the Championship. 218
Discover a world of comfort and luxury in this seven-seater; The Land Rover Discovery has come a long way since its birth in 1989, writes EDWARD STEPHENS. 586
Don't invest in guns and bombs; Letters. 213
Driver gets ban after he caused death of cyclist; Rider suffered severe head injuries after defendant's van turned in front of him. 411
Eat Puglia right up; CELEBRATED AS THE FOOD OF PEASANTS, THE CUISINE FROM THIS SOUTHERN ITALIAN REGION IS FIT FOR A KING, SAYS AINE FOX. 1014
Esteemed city photo archivist dies aged 60; Terry Grimley pays tribute to Library of Birmingham photographic historian Pete James whose passion put the city in the picture. Obituary 492
Fascinating photos are a snapshot of notorious suburb 50 years ago; The work of American photographer Janet Mendelsohn, which shows scenes of Balsall Heath in the Sixties has gone on show as part of this year's Flatpack Film Festival. GRAHAM YOUNG reports. 907
Fears for sports field after six sites allocated for city housing. 359
Fitness makes me feel strong, capable, driven and in control; CHLOE MADELEY TELLS LIZ CONNOR ABOUT BEATING PANIC ATTACKS, LIFE AS A FITNESS GURU AND SAYING 'YES' TO RUGBY BEAU, JAMES HASKELL. 1113
five ways to... keep your eyes healthy. 239
Force slams 'Armed and Deadly' title of TV show. 190
Former care home could become day centre after closure criticised. 226
French plea to help trace family of pilot; Village plans memorial to RAF crew killed in war. 590
Full speed ahead for huge new urban quarter by HS2 hub. 385
GONG GIRLS; Take inspiration from these winning red carpet looks. KATIE WRIGHT reveals how. 620
Grand home offers stylish seclusion. 618
Grayling 'committed' to reopening old rail line; Boost for hopes to rebuild passenger stations in south of city. 438
Greening: Forget a Great Escape... club need miracle! 500
Grisly discovery that left police force stumped. 314
Hard work is paying off for Lions ace Sam. 335
He'll be back: Arnie keeps his promise as he pops up in street... 269
Homeserve jobs at risk. 170
I RECORDED SIX ALBUMS BEFORE MY FIRST HIT...[...]; American singing star Michael Bolton tells MARION McMULLEN success was a long time coming, but he's now enjoying the funny side of life with a sideline in comedy. 786
I've always had a glint in my eye but it's not really for mischief, it's mostly just fun; ActorJames Corden is now a Hollywood heavyweight. He tells LAURA HARDING how he has enjoyed returning to his British roots to lend his voice to a mischievous rabbit he the chain. really need." And ON THE SCREEN BIG. 1009
Infections raise risk of heart attacks and strokes. 276
Investors to seek well-let lots with good income at Allsop commercial auction; Advertisement feature. 353
IT'S GREAT BEING 60 AND PLAYING A WOMAN WHO IS SO FANTASTIC; Amanda Redman tells GEORGIA HUMPHREYS about her role as the formidable Dr Lydia Fonseca in The Good Karma Hospital, and how filming in Sri Lanka has been a spiritual experience ON THE SCREEN S N SMALL Hospital who Barco. 531
joanne watkinson; INDEPENDENT THINKING. 368
Ken has last laugh on his tax affairs as he marries. 487
Labour claims cover-up over prison riot inquiry; Sensitive security details cannot be revealed, says minister. 326
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 239
Law firm scoops 4 awards. 280
Lidl deal for PR agency. 153
Living with an incurable disease made me realise life is so precious; Linda Nolan talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about living with secondary breast cancer, contemplating suicide and learning to love life at last after years of grief and depression. 1045
M42 junction revamp could pose danger to walkers, says councillor. 401
Major rail delays over Easter period. 216
Millionaire may face prison over divorce battle; Judge found property developer in contempt of court after failing to comply with orders. 503
More jaw-jaw - not war-war. 382
NEC hotel sold after collapse of Carillion. 284
New craft drink festival to pop up at the NEC. 221
New escape game opens doors in city. 153
New rail engineering school heading for university campus. 296
New town is no reason to go bananas. 736
O'Neill says the end is NI for Brunt. 268
ON THE RADAR. 256
Opening offer at city coffee shop. 156
PETER RABBIT (PG) .. .. 125
Pledge to build 215,000 homes across region; Chancellor hands PS350m TOWEST Midlands to kickstart 10-year plan. 127
PREPARE TO BE BOWLED DOVER... 313
Property salaries hit 10-year high across Midlands. 478
Protesters call on council to scrap plans to close 14 nurseries. 305
PS100m city centre vision revealed; Railway station revamp and new business park on cards for Coventry. 504
PS500k in fines coughed up for cig butts. 193
PWC team to hit road for Great Run 10k Business Challenge. 498
Quiz. 125
RAISE A GLASS. 503
Recipes for disaster; Nadia Sawalha and Kaye Adams tell ELLA WALKER that even the worst chefs among us can learn to cook. 1441
Region to be 5G test-bed. 234
Region's voice ONTRADE Bill lost in aWestminster stitch-up. 500
Rest assured snug cottage will make a perfect home. 501
reviews. 2041
Roads contract has left unholy mess; Letters. 301
Roadworks ditched as council runs out of cash. 273
Royal Ballet extension could put city arts on world stage; PS4.5m development will create major new dance studio. 368
Rumours of the Nazi spy and the missing German actress. 220
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 208
Singing in front of Sting was scary at first, but he could not have been more supportive; Joe McGann, 59, talks to MARION MCMULLEN about his role in Sting's debut musical. 970
Smarter than the average gear; State-of-the-art gadgets are great, but what if you need a device that won't break the bank? 855
So, can you get a decent curry at a shopping centre? Mowgli at Grand Central specialises in trendy Indian street food and curries. SANJEETA BAINS went to see how it stands up against other curry houses in the city centre. Restaurant review 787
Social housing is part of the solution; Letters. 174
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 376
Springing into action; With the arrival of March, herbaceous planting and dividing your perennials are on the agenda. 811
ST YLE files; the latest from the catwalk, red carpet and high street. 242
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 344
Technology campus to be sold by city council; Property group in deal on science park which backs start-ups. 576
The day Mrs Pankhurst took to stage at the Hippodrome; 100 years since Suffragettes' leader made historic speech. 483
THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY... Rooney Mara shines in the lead role of this religious drama which portrays Mary Magdalene as a feminist trailblazer mary magdalene (12A) ... .. 480
TOMB RAIDER (12A) PREVIEW. 146
TRIED & TESTED; We pitted three volumising mascaras against each other to find out which gives the most luscious lashes. 267
TV licence to kill; Pat Phelan has been on a murder rampage in Coronation Street and is the latest in a long line of soapland killers. MARION MCMULLEN takes a look back at some infamous TV baddies. 875
UK has been playing Russian roulette. 823
Villa back to earth with a bump after Wolves heroics. 683
Vintage trains company on track to raise PS3m; Share sale will allow huge expansion and investment plan. 400
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. 280
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 101
Who needs enemies when you have friends LIKETRUMP? 650
Why pension route can pay dividends in long run. 648
WINNING LOOKS; KATIE WRIGHT picks the best beauty looks from awards season and gets the experts' advice on how to recreate them. 853
Woman set up camp on traffic island to stalk victim at work; Obsessive 18-month campaign saw man tracked down and swamped by messages. 543
Women in Property reveal new chairman. 263
Work to start on proposed Commonwealth Games village. 273

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