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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 15, 2019)

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'Long battle' for officer run over on duty; Man in court charged with attempted murder OFWEST Midlands policeman. 597
300 homes planned for old Rolls-Royce site. 381
A HAVEN OF PEACE; LINDSAY SUTTON says the best way to visit Washington DC is to head over to the other side of the river. 878
A Monster challenge! 243
A new twist in an old story; Architecture & Urban Design. 952
A place that defines the word 'sacrifice'. 306
A statue for Neville in our time? 961
Accountants merge staff in new HQ. 276
Airport hotel sold in largest deal in region this year. 254
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 329
Any kind of heartbreak or loneliness, I turn to music; Freya Ridings tells KERRI-ANN ROPER about how she hopes to inspire girls to 'pick up instruments and write their own destinies'. 1105
Are EOTs the way ahead for business in these testing times? 355
Attractive, spacious, secluded farmhouse. 301
Austin's bostin' but Burke is still not firing yet... 444
Back on track after too many years of neglect. 931
Balti belt needs a recipe for success; Letters. 171
Barbie girls... and boys; ELLA WALKER DISCOVERS WHY YOU SHOULDN'T LET SUMMER PASS WITHOUT COOKING OUTSIDE WITH THE KIDS. 1727
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP DON'T SHY FROM COCONUT. 156
Birmingham Airport gives Post Business Awards wings. 497
BOOK REVIEW. 468
Burglar posed as own twin. 292
Call to find historic BSA machines that helped shape the world. 288
Campaigners incensed as developers jump the gun. 283
Care home staff 'failed' ex-student who killed herself; Bosses could face closure unless it improves. 529
Chef heads FORWILDERNESS as Nocturnal effort closes doors; Eighties-themed restaurant shuts as culinary star steps down to focus on latest venture. 507
City Kashmiris call to boycott Indian goods; Hundreds gather for angry protests outside consulate in Birmingham over rising tensions back in homeland. 758
City takes over PS1.3m in bus lane penalties. 469
Could you be Rowling in it without knowing it? That dusty copy of Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone on your bookshelf could be worth a fortune. 1168
Council appoints a stop-gap chief. 191
Councillor faces PS60k costs as he drops case against Twitter accuser; Transport boss denied claims of domestic violence and bigamy. 653
Don't leave it too late to rethink your pension. 636
DORA AND[...]. 231
European clubs keeping tabs on Kerim. 230
Everything's beachy; THINK YOU NEED TO TRAVEL OVER 100 MILES TO GET SAND IN YOUR TOES? ZOE CHAMBERLAIN FINDS THIS DELIGHT LIES MUCH CLOSER TO HOME... 712
Expert: Henry Briggs Title[...]. 587
Flagging up fears for the 2022 logo; Letters. 117
Football fan faces lifetime ban after making spectacle of himself. 405
four ways to... MAXIMISE YOUR WORKOUTS. 134
Georgian home with some secrets to share. 313
Gloria's journey from paralysis to pop stardom; It's time to get 'On Your Feet!' as the bittersweet story of Latin music sensation Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine is told in a new musical heading to Birmingham. 884
Go Gaga over hotel's funky present and mysterious past; FIONNOULA BURKE uncovers a secret masonic temple, an orgy and other surprises at an East London hotel. 851
Good Boys. 230
Gorgeous home has countryside views to match. 308
HEAVENS ABOVE... 143
Here's hoping they finally join the dots; Letters. 422
Hitting the high Note; But is Samsung's latest Galaxy a perfect 10? 733
hooray for hollywood. 482
Hopes for happy landing in airfield closure wrangle; Aviation firms looking to find solution to long-running battle. 608
Huge park sculpture revealed by Bangladeshis. 299
I ENDED UP TAKING ALL OF MY CLOTHES OFF; Simon Amstell is over-sharing in his first Netflix comedy special. He talks to Gemma Dunn about his insecurities, his sexuality and his psychedelic epiphany in the Amazon. 738
I felt so ill I feared I had cancer...it turned out I was pregnant; Former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt talks to GABRIELLE FAGAN about her 'surprise' pregnancy, being a good role model and perfecting a work/life balance. 1097
I like being funny, it's the least adult thing in my life; Comedian and writer Jenny Eclair talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about still craving stand-up, the rise of funny females and the prospect of turning 60. 1235
In a CGI world, to have this real dog with real emotion, has a power; New family film The Art Of Racing In The Rain is narrated by Enzo, a dog, as he learns about life, death and family. LAURA HARDING meets director Simon Curtis to learn how to give a dog enough gravitas to anchor a tear-jerker. 897
IN THE HAIR TONIGHT... KATIE WRIGHT discovers why you should be wearing fragrance on your hair, not just your skin. 593
INSTAGRAM TO ROLL OUT AUGMENTED REALITY FUNCTION. 254
Just who did 'put Bella in the wych elm'? Author reveals new theory in one of our greatest murder mysteries. 994
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 246
Let ideas take root; Spend a minute amid August's workload to think about next season and beyond. 565
Let's strike twice against Lightning! warwickshire skipper with inside track on the bears' campaign. 898
Majority of city's adults overweight or obese, say experts; Lack of walking is major factor. 591
Marlowe take Quantum leap. 142
MCS secures PS7.4m deal with Opus. 198
mfg Solicitors hit the bullseye with networking event in city. 178
Midland teams pay more than London sides to police games. 375
MP condemns call to ban drivers from using hands-free phones. 354
MUSIC REVIEWS. 312
New parking charges to hit train station users. 266
New services pledged for West Coast Main Line; FirstGroup reveals Midland rail plans ASVIRGIN loses franchise after 20 years. 141
Obsessed stalker jailed after he enrolled on same course as ex. 380
On your Primarks... get set... go see what city has in store; There's so much more to Birmingham's city centre than the world's biggest Primark, reports GRAHAM YOUNG. 1613
ONTHE RADAR. 208
Out of the office... but still in style; These clothes strike the balance between comfort and style, says KATIE WRIGHT. 307
Parking solution may be a problem; Letters. 201
Patients waited three hours in ambulance as A&Es struggled. 520
Peddimore green light expected to bring 6,500 jobs; Planners to back 'huge boost for local area'. 418
Pep knows score with his strikers. 323
Personality doesn't equal competence; Letters. 124
Police chief in dark over new officers despite PM's pledge. 256
Pollution puts swimming out of bounds in all Midland rivers; Water companies 'must clean up act'. 608
Property consultancy RLF sets up office in city centre. 169
PS1.5bn tender for rail line met with poor response due to risks. 337
PS3.5m plan for anti-violence unit after 48hrs of bloodshed. 503
PS4 million to aid expansion. 162
Quiz. 133
RAISE A GLASS. 554
Rising wages add more pressures for businesses. 384
ROCKY'S ROAD. 911
Roundabouts to go in HS2 station plans. 378
Sandwell picks up PS45k tab for public funerals. 309
Science firm aims to grow after MBO. 179
See Media makes Brum its new HQ. 255
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 236
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 228
Show buzz; LATEST ENTERTAINMENT NEWS. 287
Signs still upbeat despite repossessions rising 15%. 537
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 337
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 182
Success destroyed us... but I'm so glad we reconnected; Soft Cell burned bright and fast. The pioneering duo lasted just six years but produced some of the finest music of the 70s and 80s. Marc Almond tells ALEX GREEN how their sudden fame destroyed them, but how they reunited triumphantly last year. 864
Sun shines on Blues as record buy is tipped to be hot stuff. 505
Surfing a rising tide of rubbish. 332
TALKING SCENTS... Make summer last longer with sunny fragrances for the home, writes GABRIELLE FAGAN. 740
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS THE DIGITAL WORLD. 348
THE ATH-LEISURE PRINCIPLE. 336
The extendables; It'll be pricey, stressful and may take over your life - but being prepared is key to having an extension done smoothly, says LUKE RIX-STANDING. 991
this is not 'find a footballer, bring him to Birmingham and hope he works well for Dean Smith'. 558
three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 310
To the manor born; BRONTE HOWARD visits a Devon manor house which celebrates all things bright and British. 682
Tough new parking rules coming for village roads. 243
TRIED & TESTED; EYESHADOW PALETTES. 265
Turn tables on woodworm; These woodmunching critters are a very common problem, and it's best to tackle them early. LISA SALMON finds out how to do so. 808
Ugly truths of Epstein's life can't be allowed die with him. 587
UglyDolls [...]. 196
Villa expect big things from new arrival Jota. 453
Virgin brand to disappear as new group takes on rail line. 835
Water-borne diseases pose danger. 286
Watson under fire from Corbynites for unity call. 332
We are like Bert and Ernie. We are always teasing each other; COULD RUSSELL WATSON AND ALED JONES BE CLASSICAL MUSIC'S FIRST STAND-UP DOUBLE ACT? MARION McMULLEN FINDS OUT WHAT FRIENDSHIP MEANS TO THE SINGING STARS. 844
Well-equipped Nissan Leaf is charging ahead of the pack; ED STEPHENS is impressed with the e+ version, after some early troubles had been solved. 680
West Midlands Tourism Awards launch. 351
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 104
When I am singing Goldfinger, it's like Shirley Bassey is on my shoulder; MUSICAL THEATRE STAR LOUISE DEARMAN IS TURNING BOND GIRL TO CELEBRATE 007 MOVIE ANTHEMS. MARION MCMULLEN DISCOVERS WHY AUDIENCES WILL BE LEFT BOTH SHAKEN AND STIRRED. 1007
Wild, wild western nights are coming to Birmingham; DAVID BENTLEY looks at the latest addition to Broad Street's bar scene. 804
Witch guide to family fun; ADRIAN CAFFERY gets spooked on a trip to the Wookey Hole caves in Somerset. 1203
Youth offending team loses millions. 370

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