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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 20, 2019)

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'Oldest' picture of Birmingham comes to light; Image of cathedral bought on eBay may hail from the very dawn of photography. 515
200 jobs are lost as building firm collapses. 260
280 cyclists injured or killed using city's streets; More incidents of dangerous driving reported as casualties rise. 363
A country home within easy reach of amenities. 275
A fitting Choice with which to part company; Birmingham Royal Ballet director David Bintley this week takes his final curtain call after nearly a quarter of a century at the helm of the company. David's final ballet will be Olivier Award-nominated Hobson's Choice. LAUREN MORTON spoke to Samara Downs and Lachlan Monaghan, who are dancing the lead roles of Maggie Hobson and Will Mossop. 854
A goodbye Kiss; The flamboyant American rockers are calling it a day. MARTIN HUTCHINSON reports. 687
A peaceful getaway for separated families; Sponsored column. Column 298
A window on West London; AMY BROWNE enjoys a weekend break with a difference in the big city. 766
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 236
APP ofthe WEEK. 220
Artist'sTime has come with major commission; Birmingham satirist depicts 'bonkers' Britain for magazine. 481
Backlash halts closure of city centre car park. 352
Basics training; EMMA JOHNSON on the dozen items every man should have in his wardrobe. 195
BBC urgently needs to address its bias; Letters. 133
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 147
Bilic getting Baggies ball rolling with first arrivals. 565
BOOK REVIEW. 429
Boris raises fresh doubts over HS2 project. 436
Bosses guilty over gigantic heap of waste; Firm abandoned 2,000 tonnes of 'stomach churning' rubbish. 495
BRIGHTBURN (15). 134
Building society worker jailed. 455
Butland's ready for the green light to JOINVILLA. 357
Celebrating the region's tech talent. 288
Cermonial Sikh swords will not fall foul of law; City MP praised for helping to shape anti-knife crime Bill. 552
Children as young as 12 saved from a warped trade in misery. 920
City loses court battle for 'forcing mother' into homelessness. 418
City's first factory-made home craned into place. 547
Clarets join race to snap up Maupay. 155
Clean Air Zone delay 'is chance to scrap scheme' Calls for controversial vehicle pollution charge to be ditched after major setback. 790
Clean Air Zone delay sparks calls to scrap it; Speculation over future of controversial scheme. 133
Competition to find Smithfield designer. 291
CUTLERY DRAW; BUT NEW TOY FORKY ISN'T THE ONLY REASON TO CATCH WOODY, BUZZ AND THE GANG'S LATEST ADVENTURE. 531
Dale End plans can make the area safer; Letters. 193
Deal for historic offices as hotel plan is ditched. 400
Doctors to vote on HUGEWEST Midlands healthcare shake-up. 267
Don't bank on banks for your finance. 359
Don't lose the old for the new; ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN. 1015
Don't step in the rainbow unicorn poo! 193
Even at 91, Burt can still deliver Magic Moments; Ahead of his appearance at Birmingham's Mostly Jazz Funk and Soul Festival, Burt Bacharach tells DAVE FREAK about his early days as a struggling songwriter. 990
Family: Why was convicted rapist free to kill nurse? 467
Fines aim to help speed roadworks. 265
Firms fined over roof fall tragedy. 302
Flooring firm relocates UK HQ to city. 155
From the Queen and Lady Gaga to... Upsy Daisy; LUCY TOBIN meets In The Night Garden Live creature and costume designer Tahra Zafar. 859
Gayle may be on way back to Hawthorns. 210
GLORIOUS GLASTO; Music stars are coming out to play for Glastonbury. MARION MCMULLEN looks at some of the acts who have made their mark over the decades. 891
Greener anti-terror barriers prove a welcome move. 309
Highways staff face redundancy in contract clash; Jobs at risk as dispute with Amey drags on. 495
Homelessness chief does to give cash to rough sleepers. 343
House fit for a king on market for PS3 million. 306
how to travel in style. 286
I was in so much pain from competing that I couldn't even sit and play with my kids; Retiring from professional sport was a big shift for Greg Rutherford. The long-jumper tells GABRIELLE FAGAN how being a father is much more important to him than anything else. 1005
I'm proud of my scars because they've got me here. They are art - my own tattoo; VICKY KNIGHT WAS EIGHT WHEN SHE SURVIVED AN ARSON ATTACK, BUT NOW HER BURNS HAVE LANDED HER A STARRING ROLE IN THE NEW BRITISH MOVIE DIRTY GOD. SHE TELLS LAURA HARDING THE WHOLE STORY. 970
Iron Ireland; MARK THOMAS heads to Belfast to indulge in two of his passions - golf and Game of Thrones. 1619
It is right that MP faces deselection; Letters. 242
It's great to go back to the beginning. 837
Jazz festival is back with 225 performances. 439
JLR takeover by French 'could still be on cards'. 509
Labour censure MP for backing school protesters. 481
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 277
Lawyers' bumper promotions crop. 214
Let Mozart be your European tour guide; A musical travelogue following in the footsteps of prolific composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is being presented at Lichfield Festival. CHRISTOPHER MORLEY reports. 934
Loan shark took vulnerable customers for PS340k. 450
Love Island star gets office job! 179
Models THE BROW FACTOR Bold eyebrows are still very much; Bold eyebrows are still very much on trend, but what if you've been cursed with sparse arches? KATIE WRIGHT reveals what to do. 839
Monk was fired in the long-term interests of the club, say Board. 667
More heads are better than one. 661
Mum paints an honest picture of family life. 242
Murder leads to demands for domestic violence aid. 325
Neighbours fear football club pitch development. 281
New special school for 140 pupils. 277
Now that's what we call hot property! 327
Nurse struck off in teen coma case. 257
ONTHE RADAR. 242
Opportunity Knox: Amanda shows little respect for victim. 576
Parking permits could solve residents' misery; But cash-strapped students claim proposal could hit them hard. 525
Play was born from my random Spotify playlist; A bold new Royal Shakespeare Company production has been penned by awardwinning Birmingham native Robin French, who also co-wrote hit TV sitcom Cuckoo. He reveals his inspirations to Post Life. 922
PREVIEW: CHILD'S PLAY (15). 202
Property portal firm opens base. 171
PS200m in private equity cash... but fewer deals. 607
PS4.5m lottery investment for new creative spaces at Symphony Hall. 333
Pub bombs inquests cost police PS217k. 185
PUTTING YOURSELF OUT THERE IS EXHAUSTING; Nearly a decade since the last episode, reality show The Hills is back. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS chats to stars Mischa Barton and Justin Brescia about what's in store. 592
Quiz. 129
RAISE A GLASS. 557
Refuse service 'not delivering' as 900 bins missed. 393
Residents' anger over workers' bad parking. 207
Restored JQ home is in sparkling condition. 280
reviews. 2157
Say your prairies; Fashionistas are loving the prim and proper look for summer, says KATIE WRIGHT. 445
School with two heads and PS300k debts seeks bailout. 238
Show buzz; THE LATEST ENTERTAINMENT NEWS. 373
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 340
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 206
Strike ballot after lecturer was sacked. 140
Summer means beans; WITH FROSTS NOW GONE IT'S TIME TO GET STUCK INTO THIS CLASSIC VEG. 578
take three ... VITAMINS FOR MEN. 147
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 678
Teens tortured boy for knocking drink on floor; Three jailed after victim's 'prolonged and terrifying ordeal'. 485
The beggars who still have a roof over their head; Drug addicts pretending to be homeless. 508
The food of love; MasterChef presenter Gregg Wallace talks to LAUREN TAYLOR about marrying into an Italian family - and what it's taught him. 1322
three to see; WATCH AT HOME Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 361
Ticking all the right boxes; If you have time on your hands, it's the perfect excuse to indulge in a little clock watching. 1230
Top pub shuts unexpectedly. 334
TRIED & TESTED; BODY ILLUMINATORS. 281
TV licence move for elderly is mean; Letters. 147
University in bid to power future of rail with hydrogen. 352
Vassell may be answer if Che goes. 348
Vauxhall's 145mph hatchback is sleek, stylish and spacious; ... and the Insignia's innovate headlights are a clear winner, writes EDWARD STEPHENS. 518
Views of parents must be respected; Letters. 239
Vintage rail trips pick up steam as new services revealed. 262
Wharf project partners. 153
What the hell is going on, asks TV's Jeremy; Broadcaster Jeremy Vine is returning to the city where he cut his teeth in journalism. He tells DAVE FREAK about his formative years at the Coventry Evening Telegraph. 768
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 121
Who's for a new iPod? 650
Woman who waged war on neighbours faces jail; 'Unpleasant' resident living in PS1m house breached order. 499
Writing didn't stop me grieving, but it gave me something positive to focus on; AUTHOR CAZ FINLAY TELLS DAWN COLLINSON HOW SHE WROTE HER FIRST BOOK TO HELP COPE WITH THE GRIEF OF LOSING HER BABY SON. 1096
Your chance to live the American dream. 299

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