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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 8, 2018)

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'Austerity is not over' as city leader justifies 5% council tax hike; PS50m in cuts as residents face bigger bills. 578
'Roar' of Commonwealth soldiers immortalised in new statue. 199
'The retail theatre' COLMORE TANG AWARD FOR RETAIL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR: SELFRIDGES. 488
'Unnecessary' tonsil ops 'costing tens of millions'. 160
10,000 jobs in NEC upgrade plan. 236
21 years of proud family tradition. 774
70 'plans' to improve local rail services; But passengers may not see improvement for four years. 396
A manual of the dark art. 469
A micro-multinational; BIRMINGHAM AIRPORT AWARD FOR EXPORT: GUYKAT. 339
Accountancy bought by rival business. 165
ADI's focused on the future; LIBERTY AWARD FOR SUSTAINABILTY: ADI GROUP. 468
Airport masterplan will help us hit new heights. 558
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 283
Amazon's Dot is Spot on; Amazon's second generation bid to smarten up your home is well worth a look. 708
APP ofthe WEEK. 157
Auction house succeeds in bid to be best in business; Going once, going twice... Selfridges a double winner on night. 627
Baggies already on the lookout for their window of opportunity. 722
Belfry team to the fore! BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY AWARD FOR SALES AND MARKETING: THE BELFRY. 533
BEST IN THE BUSINESS. 503
Best of town and country; PHILIP TALLENTIRE and his wife travelled to a boutique bolthole in a beautiful corner of Northern England for a short break. 770
Big Cat's eyes on prize; MIDLANDS CONNECT AWARD FOR PARTNERSHIP OF THE YEAR: BIG CAT AGENCY. 490
Big Sleuth to big win; VWV AWARD FOR CONTRIBUTION TO THE COMMUNITY:: BIRMINGHAM CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL CHARITY. 400
Birmingham heroes who died on last day of the GreatWar. 423
Blow away the cobwebs after a busy week at work; You can't beat a walk and a pub lunch at the weekend. We're talking hills and woods, rivers and reservoirs. ZOE CHAMBERLAIN is your guide. 902
BOOK REVIEW. 440
Boss: plans will take off regardless of Brexit. 434
Bringing taste of Brazil to the business district; SANJEETA BAINS takes a sneak peak inside Birmingham's newest restaurant. 717
By Jovi , Jon is still rockin' AS BON JOVI ANNOUNCE A NEW UK TOUR, TOM BRYANT TALKS TO THE BAND'S FRONTMAN ABOUT MARRIAGE, BURNOUT AND HIS UNFINISHED BUSINESS AT WEMBLEY STADIUM. 988
Calendar girls... Countdown to Christmas in style with this year's best beauty advent calendars, says KATIE WRIGHT. 647
Call to BOYCOTTWOLVERHAMPTON private hire drivers. 308
Chamberlain home on 'at-risk' register; Highbury Hall placed on Historic England list. 739
Changing back might just be way forward... 341
COLOUR ME HAPPY; nigel heath looks forward to spring after a river cruise through Belgium and the Netherlands. 1065
Corbyn's pick of the pops is on the rocks. 903
Cosmetic surgery practice to open. 233
Council calls for second EU referendum. 171
Council will have to pay PS31m for sprinklers. 228
Customer focus secures Bigwood a lot of success; JAGUAR LAND ROVER AWARD FOR COMPANY OF THE YEAR: SDL AUCTIONS BIGWOOD. 651
Date set for pub bomb inquests. 195
Day of National Remembrance Service in Birmingham. 570
Demolition could see years of chaos. 312
Derby card will bring a derby ban for Jack! 458
Do you have picture of brave namesake? Letters. 421
Drop in number of crashes after new 20mph limit. 435
Eight Victoria Crosses to go on display at Cathedral. 462
Engineering company moves into Mailbox. Letter to the editor 303
Ex-head handed teaching ban over 'second salary'. 490
Ex-JLR technical boss is NEWWMCA skills guru. 354
Extended Victorian home has character. 336
Eye surgeon sacked for roping in unqualified boss for op; But medic was unfairly dismissed after nurse backed out of surgery. 745
Family-first attitude makes work smiles better at B13; JERROMS AWARD FOR SME BUSINESS OF THE YEAR: B13 TECHNOLOGY. 568
Few will mourn mobster who armed IRA and boosted its coffers; James "Whitey" Bulger. 604
For the record ... who was your first? Can you remember the first record you owned? MARION MCMULLEN checks out the early purchases of top music stars. Correction notice 902
Fraudster posed as jockeys in bank scam. 383
Gardner's question time must dig up the answers... 617
Gated home in desirable location with rural views. 288
Getting Euro perspective on Brexit proved an eye-opener. Travel narrative 347
Go-ahead for industrial park. 194
Grant Thornton celebrates the addition of two new partners. 230
Hero schoolboy soldier who rushed into a hail of bullets; VC winner went from hell OFWESTERN Front to near destitution. 1240
High Court puts 'interim' block on day centre closure plans. 434
HOWA CITY REMEMBERED; CENTENARY OF THE WWI ARMISTICE: Six-page special. 857
Hutton happy to be back in the right place. 334
I felt to be loved meant you had to feel terrified too; IN HER NEW BOOK, HOLLYWOOD STAR SALLY FIELD UNWEAVES THE COMPLICATED 'RUTS' FORMED FROM YEARS OF CHILDHOOD ABUSE. SHE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON. 1217
IS INSTAGRAM TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE? 313
Isaac sees an end to his injury hell at last. 355
IT specialist buys stake in comms firm. 127
Just the job for Hive360. 121
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 275
Late conductor's presence will be felt during premiere; Birmingham Contemporary Music Group is to perform the last commission of its former artist-in-association, Oliver Knussen. CHRISTOPHER MORLEY reports. 741
LIAM SETS HIS SIGHTS ON BEING A HOUSEHOLD NAME; Smiley Liam Charles won over the nation in the Bake Off tent last summer - so it's no surprise he's landed his own show. And this is just the beginning he tells Georgia Humphreys. 603
Living and dining area is Victorian home's heart. 307
Making room for elderly relatives; It might be a great solution but building an annex is a big decision. LISA SALMON discusses the granny flat boom. 612
Millions in investment needed for 5G network; Call for private partnership. 559
music reviews. 2105
Mystery over departure of Bullring centre chief. 295
Neil will be Cut above with THEVILLA keepers... 466
New album and world tour for guitar legend. 334
New director for Willmott Dixon interiors section. 272
No escaping rise of Time; MORGAN REACH AWARD FOR NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR: ESCAPE TIME. 319
No ordinary Argentinian steak house! 301
No, city does not benefit from EU! Letters. 142
Now's not the time for recriminations; Letters. 291
Nuns destroyed my childhood; Victim reveals horrific beatings as Archbishop apologises on behalf of diocese. 914
ON THE RADAR. 299
One man's mission to save world from boring learning; ANDREW WHITING WEALTH CONSULTANCY LLP AWARD FOR ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR: MATT JONES, OXBRIDGE HOME LEARNING. 525
Our song is so popular it has its own Twitter page; Rock band Reef have returned with their first album in 18 years, Revelation. Post Life caught up frontman Gary Stringer. 964
OVERLORD. 140
Pilot with 'airsickness' was unfairly dismissed. 736
Plugged in for the win; MARGETTS WEALTH MANAGEMENT AWARD FOR FAMILY BUSINESS OF THE YEAR: MR ELECTRIC. 331
Power and the glory; HSBC AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN INDUSTRY: POWER MINERALS. 580
Prevention expert to help tackle rise in railway suicides; New move to halt rise in deaths on network. 312
Professor Hawking deserves honour; Letters. 119
Protecting your ideas is perfect tonic for a strong brand. 374
PS500m airport vision to reach for the sky; Massive investment in terminal and aircraft gates could boost economy. 529
PS500m masterplan to create airport of the future for city; Gigantic investment in terminal to boost passenger numbers and flights. 107
Quiz. 128
RAISE A GLASS. 562
SEAT'S new super sporty Ibiza still offering fun on a budget; Popular supermini continues to offer great value for money, writes EDWARD STEPHENS. 541
Shortlist revealed for Solihull BID Excellence Awards. 311
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 232
Signs of a rail revolution; WESLEYAN AWARD FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: RSS INFRASTRUCTURE AND INFRA SKILLS. 432
Sister of man in divorce fight jailed for contempt. 482
Some home truths about Mrs May's 'good news'... 635
SOUND bites; ALL THE LATEST GIG NEWS. 369
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 393
Sport 4 seal victory; BABBLE CLOUD AND INSPIRATIONAL MAGAZINE AWARD FOR NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANISATION OF THE YEAR: SPORT 4 LIFE. 358
ST YLE files; the latest from the catwalk, red carpet and high street. 229
Sun shines on stronger sterling. 198
Take cover... you never know what will happen. 662
Taking things slowly; Gizzi Erskine's new cookbook is all about investing time in the kitchen and using the best ingredients. ELLA WALKER and LUCY HUBBARD find out more. 1876
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 366
The men who 'won the war'. 752
The stars of service; SANDON HALL AWARD FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE EXCELLENCE: SELFRIDGES. 365
The tragic brothers killed on same day; Memorial reveals devastating blow to two families. 592
They counted them all out, they counted them all back; Extraordinary tale of the 'ThankfulVillages' that didn't lose a single man. 1074
This Grinch will make your Christmas. 442
Titanic captain's mirror up for auction. 365
Tory councillor in Muslim tweet row rejoins party. 444
tried & tested; WE DIP OUR FINGERS INTO THE LATEST RELEASES ON THE NAIL VARNISH FRONT. 220
UK design award for 'cheese grater' conservatoire. 503
Uni hockey club in ban over 'initiation rituals'. 294
Uninsured drivers face car crusher. 170
Ward sets record straight after 'difficult' interview. 290
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. 360
Watching Mikhail Baryshnikov perform knocked us all out. He left an incredible impression on us; Bolshoi Ballet boss Vasiev Makhar tells MARION MCMULLEN it takes hard work and talent to become a world class ballet star. 905
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 119
WIDOWS (15. 155
World's best mums; IF YOU'RE DESPERATE FOR A LATE, LATE SHOW, YOU CAN'T BEAT THE CHRYSANTHEMUM IN NOVEMBER. 575
You can disembowel, behead - but you can't show what God gave us; Chris Pine bares all in his latest role as Robert The Bruce in Outlaw King, but tells Laura Harding why panting headlines about his nudity have highlighted a double standard for men and women. 991

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