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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 11, 2019)

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'Christian hero sacrificed career'. 323
'I heard voices coming from the radiators' Mother reveals horror of rare psychosis after giving birth to her daughter - and her six-month journey to recovery and returning home. 1170
'Trusted' teacher jailed for abusing young girls. 339
A sensible family car and a thrill-a-minute GT combined; The latest Kia Ceed is set to continue its sales success, predicts EDWARD STEPHENS. 673
A smart 5-bed home in desirable Dorridge. 319
a the his The best Mings come to those who wait... 784
Action needed on housing problem; Letters. 302
AE Aerospace's factory move 'major milestone'. 103
Aegean gracefully; It's a trendy destination in Europe - but if you're too old for the party scene, can you escape the crowds on tiny Mykonos?k ATIE WRIGHT finds the island's relaxing side. 1346
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 241
ANNABELLE COMES HOME. 243
APP WEEK ofthe WEEK. 242
Ban on serving customers with allergies for restaurant. 352
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 119
BOOK REVIEW. 419
Booted out Bhangra star greeted back with bouquets; Garry Sandhu spent years evading the authorities before he was finally deported from Britain in 2012. But now he's back in Brum... big time. MIKE LOCKLEY reports. 878
BREAK THE RULES AND GO BOHO... Stylist and interiors free spirit Fifi O'Neill has travelled the world in search of looks for her new book. GABRIELLE FAGAN takes a look. 1146
Build your own burrito. 108
Building work begins at former Lucas site. 293
Call for CPS to review murder claim 44 years after Helen found dead; Coroner quizzes prisoner in 'Little Girl Blue' mystery. 870
Cars banned near city primaries. 258
Celebrating apprentices and the. 657
Celebrating one giant leap; The nation was gripped by the Moon landing 50 years ago. MARION MCMULLEN looks at how space fever swept the country. 897
City makes PS9m from car parks despite having fewer of them. 203
Concern at new Muslim community centre plan. 248
Consider being secure and flexible with pensions. 642
Council chief quits to take up 'dream' New Zealand job; City seeks new face for PS210,000-a-year role. 752
Dangerous times WHENTRUMP can pack off UK ambassador. 689
Dentist accused of PS192,000 NHS treatment swindle; Court told of 'inflated' claims for dental work. 370
DOCTOR'S NOTE. 105
Don't overlook us in the rush north. 786
DRIVES OF YOUR LIFE IN THE DORDOGNE; JONATHAN LOW TEES OFF ON A GOLF BREAK IN FRANCE'S PICTURE POSTCARD DORDOGNE VALLEY "You'll need a car to get around as public transport across the Dordogne is limited due to its landscape". 932
employers helping them succeed. 437
fake it don"t bake it; GET THE SUN-KISSED LOOK EVEN WHEN IT'S CLOUDY WITH THESE GLOW-GIVERS, SAYS KATIE WRIGHT. 596
Felled trees were 'wrong species'. 135
Festival has the Audacity to break with convention; Art activism is coming to public spaces across Birmingham. ZOE CHAMBERLAIN reports. 636
Firm lands PS22m deal. 140
Former Monarch pilots in line for tribunal payout. 305
four of the best; SUNCREAMS THAT WON'T RUIN THE ENVIRONMENT. 169
Friends find a recipe for YouTube success; Sorted Food has been taking video site YouTube by storm. CHARLOTTE SMITH finds out about its Birmingham origins. 1027
Future Faces are revealed in shortlist for city business awards. 422
Game on as boss takes helm on aquatics centre. 319
Georgian home with a 'splashing' leisure wing. 315
Get a taste of Nepal in city suburb. 211
Government rejects Ward's charge of being 'uncaring'. 351
Heads cut back on school books in funding crisis; MP claims falling budgets are not sustainable. 520
Hospitals warn of PS50 smoking fine. 140
HS2 station is too much 'like airport' MP: Architects should go back to drawing board. 499
I don't feel safe walking in city; Letters. Travel narrative 164
I don't have a showbiz life... I've not been in the tabloids for ages; FRANK SKINNER TELLS MARION MCMULLEN HIS PARTY ANIMAL DAYS ARE BEHIND HIM AS HE PREPARES FOR HIS NEW COMEDY TOUR. 1124
I would go for days without a meal. I convinced myself that I had to be lighter to be the best; Former Olympic athlete Colin Jackson talks to LISA SALMON about beating his eating disorders and the importance of self-belief. 821
Investment in electric secures future of fine JLR workforce. 653
It's important to be able to see yourself on stage, and for black people this happens less often; Birmingham Hippodrome is celebrating its 120th birthday by giving us a special gift - its first main stage production. The Color Purple is a musical which promises to take audiences on an emotional journey but leave us "lifted up". ROZ LAWS reports. 988
JAM SESSION; ELLA WALKER TAKES SOME TIPS FROM THE 'QUEEN OF PRESERVES' PAM CORBIN. 1400
JLR boss: Battery 'gigafactory' will be key for UK car industry; Midlands manufacturer reveals major investment plan for electric vehicles. 698
Krovinovic offers hope despite striker shortage. 318
LATE breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 244
Legacy questions over 2022 Games; City has legal duty to offer a plan, say Lords. 625
Legal firm names new boss in city. 163
Let it all go to seed; MEADOWS ARE A HAVEN FOR WILDLIFE... AND ALL YOU NEED TO CREATE ONE IS TO STOP MOWING. 571
Listing should be fair and square; Comment. 1003
making moves? 154
MEMORIES to keep; CHRISTOPHER BEESLEY DOESN'T LOSE HIS HEAD IN A CASTLE SIX TIMES VOTED ONE OF BRITAIN'S BEST HOTELS. 772
Midland law firm reveals top partner. 169
Modern slavery gang smashed; Jail for evil crime family who trafficked vulnerable victims from Poland. 1038
Monk breaks silence after Blues sacking. 429
MPs demand probe into forging claims. 226
MUSIC REVIEWS. 947
MUSIC REVIEWS. 550
NEC bans trophy hunt safari firms following backlash. 621
New jobs set for former scrapyard site. 295
New role for Grand Hotel property boss Green. 216
NEWTV and film body could create 29,000 local jobs. 497
No BUTS... Smith pulls out of race. 289
No peace for men who discovered the glittering Staffordshire Hoard. 430
Not getting my ears pinned back has saved The Crown a fortune on prosthetics; Since finding fame in The Durrells, Josh O'Connor has made a series of character studies, including new film Only You. He tells LAURA HARDING about what links his roles, including playing Prince Charles in the new series of The Crown. 1080
ONTHE RADAR. 264
Our leaders could lead by example. 358
Pep: Club working hard to bring in new players. 564
PM contest 'firing squad' tweet SPARKSTORY anger. 411
Police officer targeted crime victims for sex. 439
PS810m food and drink export sales. 157
RAISE A GLASS. 542
Refurbished home is great for entertaining. 307
Region to redefine 'affordable' after house prices soar. 549
Reprieve for nightclub despite man's drug death. 344
Restored grave of lawn tennis pioneer unveiled by champ. 962
Restored motorbike is Brough and ready as it goes under hammer. 328
REVIEW. 515
Run-down site is targeted for apartments and shops. 282
Rust in peace as allotment is turned into a car graveyard. 270
Sacked doctor claims gender is 'unchangeable' in pronouns row; Christian refused to use transgender terms. 618
Sacked doctor: I will not call a 6ft bearded man 'madam' Medic refused to use transgender terms. 107
Save the 'Selly Oak Five' Campaign launched to create historic civic heart for city suburb. 495
Saying goodbye is so hard to do for J Rod. 602
Shakespeare's 'problem' strikes a #MeToo chord; Royal Shakespeare Company artistic director Gregory Doran tells Post Life about his production of Measure for Measure. 885
Should we stay or should we go now? 341
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 249
Simplifying 'unpopular' tax bill a welcome idea. 651
Snobs boss is adding to his portfolio. 471
SOUND AND VISION; Who knew we needed audio sunglasses? Bose, apparently, as Frames go on sale. 462
SOUND bites; ALL THE LATEST GIG NEWS. 291
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST CLASSICAL ALBUMS REVIEWED AND RATED. 315
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 218
STUBER. 264
Summer rise in accident at home claims. 149
Take a little pride in our local rainbow coalitions. 978
take four ... POSTURE TIPS FOR LAPTOP USERS. 127
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 289
The elephant man; British children's writer and illustrator David McKee tells MARION MCMULLEN about his creation Elmer the Elephant's stage show. 828
The IVF road is such a lonely one... I want to be that hand to hold for people who are going through it; ACTRESS AND FOODIE LISA FAULKNER TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT INFERTILITY, ADOPTION AND RELISHING HER BLENDED FAMILY WITH FIANCE JOHN TORODE. 1239
The Selly Oak Five. 445
This drab expanse leaves me cold; Letters. 223
three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 349
Tipping in canals invades heritage; Letters. 200
Viv wings way out of St Andrew's to Bulgaria! 243
Watch the birdie; Sometimes you can find a gem at a price that wouldn't ruffle anyone's feathers. 1249
We're being spoilt for choice with all these new openings; We're little more than halfway through the year and Birmingham has already seen an explosion of new restaurants and bars. And there are more to come, from a trendy darts bar to a celebrity chef's chain. OPRAH FLASH reports. 570
Weave into the craft trend... Traditional textile techniques came to the fore in the spring collections. KATIE WRIGHT reveals how to wear the look right now. 370
Wesleyan boss calls time after 15 years at the top. 435
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 147
What's happened to school funding? 281
WRITERS SERVE UP A DRAMA MASTERCLASS; The new series of South Bank Show profiles successful TV drama writers. Georgia Humphreys learns their secrets. 666
ZOM-COM WITH A CAST TO DIE FOR; THE DEAD DONT DIE (15) HHH HH. 485

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