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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 6, 2019)

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'Aggressive' city centre is bad for business - boss; Call for action as cafe hit by break-in again. 577
'Gentle giant' paralysed man with single punch. 472
'Lost' clicker was just a click away from factory where it was made. 606
'No-deal' confusion paralyses UK carmakers at the worst time. 939
'Proud socialist' vies for mayoralty. 245
100 jobs created at US firm's base. 235
7,600 days lost to strikes across region. 208
All floors let at Colmore. 122
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 288
Anger as axe is taken to haven for wildlife. 300
Another 'rail ale trial' for beer buffs; Letters. 224
app of the week. 307
Apple goes dark. 1125
Armed robber donned wig and dressed as a woman for attack. 235
Attractive home with views that are fit for a king. 280
Baggies' teenage talent Rekeem on Bhoys' radar. 353
BEAUTY BUZZ. 142
Black Country Parliament would be a bostin' move, says MP. 375
BOOK REVIEW. 427
Bordering on perfection; ENJOYS A THREE-DAY LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE SCOTTISH BORDERS. 840
Brexit weighs heavy as foreign investment falls. 472
Call for 'free trade zone' to save our high streets; Mayor urges review of business rates as retail sector suffers. 325
Calls for asylum seekers to be allowed to work; Council leader signs joint appeal to Home Secretary Javid. 254
Can't grow it? Then fake it; Don't have the conditions, time or green fingers to tend real plants? SAM WYLIE-HARRIS reveals how to go artificially green in style. 791
Care costs force hospice closure; Acorn's children's charity to shut facility as income fails to keep up. 472
Challenging society's attitude towards gender and sexuality. 284
Chef's venture INTOTHE Mailbox goes to the wall; 'Tom's Kitchen' is latest restaurant to close. Letter to the editor 510
City's BT office survives big cull. 262
Crackdown will end 'slavery' of rough sleepers. 312
Crash ends plans for industrial site. 456
Deadine for Post Business Awards. 429
DOCTOR'S NOTE. 102
Dodgy bins spark rise in complaints. 169
Eddie in hint at Howe land lies for Blues return. 368
Famed Edwardian naturalist to be remembered with sculpture. 419
Families of pub bomb victims 'appalled' by inquest legal fees; PS1.4 million to solicitors, PS870,000 to barristers and PS200,000 to PR firm. 751
Financial investors mark 25 years of city office. 236
Foster carers suffer untrue abuse allegations. 306
Frau Schumann's stepping out from hubby's shadow; A concert in Birmingham will celebrate women composers, in particular Clara Schumann, who was born 200 years ago. CHRISTOPHER MORLEY talks to The Ripieno Players. 871
Friends and family react to proposed Acorns move. 207
grab and go; CHILLI DHAL FRITTERS. 323
Heavy metal heroes are taking it to the bridge! black sabbath band members to attend renaming ceremony. 502
Horrifying Halloween show! 145
HS2 on the line? Treasury seriously considers viability of high speed project for first time. 770
I gave up a partnership to become a travelling lawyer - with baby in tow... One woman's solution to the old conundrum for working mothers. 842
I love the variety of acting. Doing the same role at length isn't for me; HOLBY CITY'S MARK MORAGHAN HAS PLENTY TO SING ABOUT IN ROAD MUSICAL LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE. MARION McMULLEN CHATS TO HIM ABOUT SOCCER, SOAPS AND SCOUSERS. 890
I want to attach myself to projects that have a meaning, ones that have a real purpose; WITH GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS IN CINEMAS, WE TALK TO STARS INCLUDING MILLIE BOBBY BROWN AND DIRECTOR MICHAEL DOUGHERTY ABOUT THE EPIC ACTION ADVENTURE SEQUEL. 948
I'm still nervous... I've gone from pubs to singing for 14,000 people; As Lewis Capaldi celebrates his debut album, the Scottish singer-songwriter talks to LUCY MAPSTONE about his disbelief over his success so far, his social media persona, and why fans keep giving him silly sunglasses. 1079
Industrial revolution; Love the industrial look but not sure how to achieve it? LESLEY TAYLOR says, with a little bit of hard graft, anything is possible. 688
Islands of adventure; Selina Periampillai on her Mauritian heritage, slowing down in the kitchen, and bat curry. LAUREN TAYLOR reports... 628
JEAN IS OUT OF THE BOTTLE; film reviews With Damon Smith X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX (12A). 289
JLR joins forces with BMW; Luxury rivals to work together to develop electric technology. 551
Knife arch for club after urban gang turned on police; Force reveals scale of 'carnage' as council acts. 564
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 269
LATE NIGHT (15) HHH HH ALL'S fair in love [...]; film reviews With Damon Smith. 346
Lewis Building sold for PS140m. 209
Life story of MP Phillips to be TV drama. 318
Lightbox switches to bigger offices in Jewellery Quarter. 259
Mercilessly tortured to save her country - and the man she loved; Heroes don't come any braver than Odette, the housewife and accidental spy who survived Nazi torture and a concentration camp, writes EMILY RETTER. 1091
Messing about by the river; BOB MORTIMER AND PAUL WHITEHOUSE TALK TO LUKE RIX-STANDING ABOUT THEIR NEW BOOK AND THE HEALTH SCARES THAT INSPIRED IT. 1015
MUSIC TO YOUR EARS Sunset Strip, ROCK, MOTOWN, BLUES AND MORE: THE USA IS A DESTINATION THAT BOASTS A RICH MUSIC HISTORY. PAUL COLE SUGGESTS A TOP FIVE FOR YOUR TRAVEL BUCKETLIST. 701
NHS suffers as top doctors face threat of tax cliff. 642
On the trail of starlight and moonshine; EMILIA HARRIS discovers winding forest tracks and peaceful lakeside paths while cycling through scenic Maryland and Virginia. 1230
ONTHE RADAR. 228
Parents face summer hols childcare bill. 189
PASTEL PERFECTION. 342
Peter becomes 'Petra' in retelling of the Wolf tale; Birmingham Royal Ballet will this month be showcasing the work of exceptional women choreographers. [Un]leashed, an exciting triple bill, features a world premiere and a Birmingham premiere. ROZ LAWS and LAUREN MORTON talk to two of the choreographers involved. 940
Pizzas for PS5 at new restaurant. 279
PLANT OF THE WEEK. 103
Pods land on rooftop! 200
PS38m music hall revamp reprised. 332
PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD; rounds up some super sandals for the sunny season ahead. 453
quick and easy; MALDIVIAN TUNA CURRY. Recipe 266
Quiz. 141
Raiding pension for first house will end in regret. 571
RAISE A GLASS. 545
Rare penguin hatches quick as a FLASH! 405
Reef relief: How to help our seas this summer; KATIE WRIGHT asks the experts to explain why traditional SPF products are bad news for the environment. 559
Release was a tough call for Whelan. 313
REVIEW. 575
REVIEWS. 533
rice and tasty; SUNNY-SIDE-UP EGG, CHICKEN AND PAK CHOI RICE. Recipe 401
Ross the flop was always playing catch-up ATVILLA. 581
Shade of grey that's sure to arouse the neighbours; The eye-catching Fiat Tipo offers good value and lots of space, says EDWARD STEPHENS. 566
Shakespeare Martineau partners' double joy. 216
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 202
Simple solution beyond city's grasp; Letters. 180
Small things you can do to make big difference for wildlife. 412
Smith set for talks over permanent Mings move. 142
SOUND bites; ALL THE LATEST GIG NEWS. 271
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 297
Spacious home that's great for entertaining. 247
ST YLE files; the latest from the catwalk, red carpet and high street. 205
Steady hand now needed for top job. 349
Strike threat as lecturer sacked for drawing on campaign poster; Union condemns 'hard-line' move to fire college staff member for gross misconduct. 560
Stylish barn conversion with extensive gardens. 296
Suburb's history to be protected by planning rule. 423
Summer stunners; Award-winning sedums need little water, are versatile and create a vivid carpet of colour. 535
Take notice to beat the base rate. 198
Take Three; TO HELP WITH MENOPAUSE SYMPTOMS. 102
The 1929 election that left our leaders in a flap. 928
The Birmingham secret that kept D-DAY afloat; SWIMMING TANK ON "D" DAY SCARED NAZIS INTO SURRENDER SECRETLY MADE IN BIRMINGHAM. 1510
The Green Goddess has still got it; Diana Moran talks to GABRIELLE FAGAN about feeling fit and youthful as she approaches 80, and why keeping joyful and inquisitive are key. 1045
three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 342
Time to see sense on traffic signals; Letters. 269
Travel insurer U-turn after patient's 'drink-drive limit' nightmare. 361
Travellers invade field besides four-star hotel. 279
Tried & Tested; THE BEST NEW FORMULAS TO SOFTEN YOUR SKIN. 223
Two cannabis cafes to open in the Midlands. 261
Up to 150 police called in for Trump. 257
Villa effect could be a win-win for economy; Local business can expect to reap rewards of promotion. 615
WE'RE SO GILEAD TO HAVE OFFRED BACK ON SCREEN; As The Handmaid's Tale returns to Channel 4, we take a closer look at what viewers can expect in series three. 522
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 119
Why freedom comes at a price for some freeholders. 854
Win over Surrey was champion. 756
Work starts on latest Longbridge offices. 128
You can't just lock up crime problem; Letters. 304

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