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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 11, 2020)

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2022 Games even more important than before, says leader; City council has drawn on contingency funds amid coronavirus pandemic - but the crisis has shone light on value of showcase. Mark Cardwell Local Democracy Reporter 675
Adapting to new way of flying the flag for Birmingham. Paul Faulkner 455
Albion give fans choices on refunds. 242
artemis fowl (PG) Preview DIRECTOR Sir Kenneth [...]. 185
Baggies will have learned lessons of last year, insists Dowling. Joseph Chapman Sports Writer 452
beautiful broderie; This is how to put a fresh spin on the traditional fabric, says KATIE WRIGHT. KATIE WRIGHT 452
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 170
Blues boss Pep will leave club at end of season. Mark Staniforth 383
Bodyworn cameras move to keep staff safe in hospitals. 398
BOOK REVIEWS. 426
Care home has zero virus cases after early lockdown. Ben Perrin News Reporter 604
Care industry must now be overhauled. Russell Luckock 351
City agency creates hybrid website for cricket club. Website overview 280
City chiefs are back at crossroads. 336
City cycle lanes and wider pavements to arrive within weeks. 363
Clock is ticking to save airport jobs; Letters. 322
Cobain and Staley were like my brothers. I outlived them... I never thought that would happen; FORMER SCREAMING TREES FRONTMAN MARK LANEGAN DISCUSSES HIS LIFE AS A ROCK AND ROLL SURVIVOR WITH KIERAN SOUTHERN. KIERAN SOUTHERN 959
Coronavirus scams cost victims over PS5 million. Vicky Shaw Special Correspondent 552
Councillor warns over accountancy Covid 'fees'. 262
Cricketer bids to quash rape conviction. Alison Kershaw News Reporter 549
Dad got brother to take DNA test to avoid paying child maintenance. Ross McCarthy Court Correspondent 458
Dad's anger after Test and Trace job offer withdrawn. 324
Deputy crime chief only focused on the present. Tom Dare Local Democracy Reporter 825
Family's grief over dad who died in blaze. 213
Father's child safety 'bubble' concept in coronavirus pram-demic. 264
Fears for the future of a Brummie institution; Going for curry at the end of a night out is a way of life for many, But Indian restaurants have been hit hard by Covid-19 and many might never reopen. NICK HORNER reports. NICK HORNER 802
Finance will kill league football; Letters. 204
Finding our way back out of lockdown; How HAVEWEST Midland firms coped in the Covid crisis - and how will they navigate a route back to normality? Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 1570
First-class luxury for less; BEN HATTON finds the new kid on the Somabay block offers a budget alternative, as soon as we can holiday in Egypt again. BEN HATTON 901
Go to Hel - it's so much safer; ROSALEEN FENTON suggests some safe European holiday beaches where we can keep our distance when lockdown ends. ROSALEEN 1364
Grammar students in Black History curriculum call. Rakeem Hyatt Communities Reporter 341
Hippodrome puts half of staff on redundancy alert. Graham Young Staff Reporter 657
I treat myself to a little gift to say well done, you've reached the weekend; Comedian and writer Juliette Burton is having the defining word on lockdown Britain. MARION MCMULLEN learns how she is finding out what the nation thinks of itself. MARION MCMULLEN learns 813
I'm in a battle every day...fighting to create a better version of myself; SAS: Who Dares Wins' Ollie Ollerton opens up to LUKE RIX-STANDING about his descent into depression and alcoholism, and his journey out again. LUKE RIX-STANDING 1093
It's just natural that I will distance myself from The Inbetweeners; Simon Bird, of Friday Night Dinner and The Inbetweeners fame, is behind the camera for his latest venture. He tells GEORGIA HUMPHREYS why his new film feels so relevant right now. Georgia Humphreys 1134
JACK'S THE LAD WHEN IT COMES TO THE SUPERNATURAL. 555
KIA SERVES UP A GRIN AND STONIC; EDWARD STEPHENS TESTS A GOOD LOOKING AND PRACTICAL CAR WITH PLENTY OF GADGETS. EDWARD STEPHENS 568
Landlord called nurse 'low level trash' after complaint; CEO had offered free accommodation for NHS workers. Tom Dare Local Democracy Reporter 806
Little boy lost; Judd Apatow's uneven film sees an immature, unbalanced stoner grapple with unresolved grief for his father as his long-suffering mother finds love. 438
Local derby the star of show as league set for restart. 880
Local lockdown plans aren't ready. Jonathan Walker 915
MAKE SOME DISTANT MEMORIES; Get your outdoor spaces ready for welcoming guests as the rules are relaxed. 623
Many curry houses will never reopen; Letters. 220
Mayor: Don't ignore the regions in recovery plan. Jane Haynes Politics & People Editor 634
More BAME virus deaths was localised cluster - chiefs. George Makin Local Democracy Reporter 407
MP calls for door-to-door virus tests in worst-hit areas. 425
MP: Scrapping paper tax disc has cost millions. 330
New MD for West Mids Safari Park. 245
ONTHE RADAR. 244
Over 400 jobs under threat at car parts supplier. 257
Overseas home search boom on net. 155
Pension savers cut back as millions feel the pinch. Trevor Law 644
People used to say, 'You're like a pop star' - but I wasn't... I was just a kid in a TV show; EX-EASTENDERS HEARTTHROB JACK RYDER TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT LIFE AFTER THE SOAP, STARTING A FAMILY AND HOW BEING OUT OF THE SPOTLIGHT AS A WRITER SUITS HIM FINE. HANNAH STEPHENSON 1328
Plans lodged for business park next to new station. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 430
Police use force on black people more; Calls for urgent action as campaigners say new figures show scale of 'discrimination'. Jane Haynes Political Correspondent 538
Prem survival could see big move for Benrahma. Alex Dicken Sports Writer 463
Probe over fears medical records have been hacked. Mike Lockley Staff Reporter 469
PS115m village with 380 homes in the pipeline. 292
PS500k funding for language learning systems tech firm. 274
Psycho killed it at the box office; Hitchcock's thriller first had cinema audiences screaming 60 years ago. MARION MCMULLEN looks at how a low budget film became a $40m blockbuster. MARION MCMULLEN 853
Race against time. 164
RADIOACTIVE (12A) HHH HH IN 1934 Paris, two-time [...]. 206
RAISE A GLASS WITH JANE CLARE. JANE CLARE 505
Region sees steepest fall in new business in UK. Laura James Staff Reporter 439
Residents' relief as Network Rail factory bid shelved. 413
Retired officer took own life before mum lost virus fight. 430
REVIEWS. 393
Rolls-Royce shake-up to cost Midlands 240 jobs. 338
Sarkic mulls over offers after decision to leave. 440
School sorry over leavers who dressed up as slaves. 361
series link; MORE TO WATCH Here are two small screen smashers that are worth checking out while we're still in lockdown. 213
Shoppers told to stop giving money to 'PS200-a-day' beggars. Carl Jackson Staff Reporter 395
Should you be using a hydration spray this summer? One simple product could be the answer to dull, lifeless skin. PRUDENCE WADE finds out more. PRUDENCE WADE finds 689
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 318
Simple ways to transform an "OUTDOOR space; Whether it's a poky patio or decadent decking, outdoor spaces can easily be spruced up with a few stylish touches, says GABRIELLE FAGAN. GABRIELLE FAGAN 994
Simply no competition for advice. John Irving 323
Sometimes even I don't want to get in the kitchen tasty treat; LAUREN TAYLOR talks to activist and food writer jack monroe about the complexities of cooking with mental health issues JAFFA CAKE MUG PUDDING. LAUREN TAYLOR 1658
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST CLASSICAL ALBUMS REVIEWED AND RATED. 324
SOUND; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 328
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 216
staycation in style. JOANNE watkinson 392
Superb country house in a wonderful setting. 423
Test and Trace under fire with easing of lockdown on horizon; Infection spike worries on eve of next stage of region's reopening. Jane Haynes Politics & People Editor 953
The big back to school; Produced in partnership with UK Government Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed schools will reopen from June 1 and the Government has set out guidelines to keep kids safe. 855
THE CALL OF THE WILD (PG) HHH HH St Bernard-Scotch[...]. 205
The future for pubs - catering to the young. Chris Game 951
The strong and silent type; lee gibson takes the well-mannered lexus es saloon on a relaxing test drive. 696
Thermal cameras, paper menus, outdoor pods... SANJEETA BAINS reports on how some Birmingham pubs and restaurants are trying to conform to social distancing in the hope of reopening soon, while others continue to struggle. SANJEETA BAINS 920
Thousands take to city streets in race protests. Staff Reporters 558
TOP TENS. 177
Tory party conference set for KO. Conference news 232
Transatlantic differences in the common cause; States. ide. Chris Bucktin 695
travel news; WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY NOW. 259
Tributes to editor who sniffed out scandal from his office... the pub. 680
TRIED & TESTED; WE GIVE SOME SUMMERY NAIL POLISHES THE BRUSH-ON. 289
University centre gets go ahead. 357
Watchdog hits out at pension transfer advice. 196
Way to LEGO! Town hall visit proves inspiration for Chris. 326
We could have saved Gary from her; Sister's regret over signs of domestic abuse that were ignored before brother's death. Stephanie Balloo Staff Reporter 938
West Midlands Police Force response. 483
What is the police policy on burglary? Letters. 175
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 157
you don't nomi (18) HHHHH IN the mid-1990s, Dutch [...]. 158

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