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The region has enjoyed a rise in exports - while others are struggling - aided by Jaguar Land Rover Page 5 Lord Heseltine has officially launched his plans to revolutionise local government - so what next? Pages 6-7 School pupils have replicated a 100-year-old Shakespeare performance to mark an anniversary Page 10 A legendary architect's work has been celebrated...

after it was saved from the bin Pages 12-13 Millennium Point is about to get pointier with plans for a new pavilion outside the city centre venue Page 16 A mobile phone app created in Birmingham has secured deals with two major national firms Page 18 LETTERS PAGES 24-25 NEIL ELKES PAGE 26 RICHARD McCOMB PAGE 27 KEITH GABRIEL PAGE 28 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY PAGES 32-33 FINANCE PAGE 34 MANUFACTURING PAGE 35 LEGAL PAGE 36 PERSONAL FINANCE PAGE 38 SPORT PAGES 42-48
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Mar 21, 2013
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