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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 14, 2000)

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37 days after election Gore admits defeat; End of the contest : Court ruling gives presidency to Bush. 556
A melting pot of talent; Mel Hunter visits a veritable hive of industry housed at The Big Peg in the Jewellery Quarter. 1143
Allied pops bubbly but quits on Seagrams. 550
Alvis lands pounds 300m order from Swiss. 164
Ambitious Stourbridge refusing to take rivals DK lightly. 694
Archdeacon's pledge over changing face of the city; In the balance: A question of faiths. 405
Archive. 188
Arthritis girl Anne's bravery is honoured; Children of Courage: Sarah Payne's brothers and sister among award winners. 355
Arts - reviews: Clear performance of power and intensity; Peter Donohoe CBSO Centre. 247
Arts - reviews: Gloomy Cinders takes a tumble; Birmingham Repertory Theatre Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 524
Ashia's ex-lover for trial on bogus racist attack claim; Accused: Three charged with newspaper cash deception attempt. 207
Balis deal sewn up to give Lyttle real competition. 424
Biggest installation in Europe. 351
Black Horse and Goldfish link. 338
Brush up your Shakespeare. 205
Business - City View: Just a little thought for Mr 'rip-off Britain' Byers. 511
Business - News Focus: Red ink to flow on for Ford and GM. 519
Butler stepping in to sorry Saudi's shoes. 276
Call for cigarette packet shock tactics. 295
Champ Ingle confident of upstaging big men. 299
Cheats start before round. 796
CJD death link probed. 119
Clinton's last stand; Finger on the pulse: President reaches out for peace in Ulster. 506
Commercial property: Aqueous hungry for all npower. 388
Commercial property: Construction kick-off: f. 124
Commercial property: Park growth plan. 180
Commercial property: pounds 13m plan to reshape urban life approved. 317
Commercial property: Water features. 188
Crashing used-car prices hit lease firms. 361
Dismal Bullets give Garcia sorry start. 247
Dope's sacred sacrament. 583
Duke of York quits Navy for the Firm. 327
Duo set free to explore music limits; Martin Longley reports on the recent adventures in cybersound of two former Loose Tubes veterans who are making a rare appearance in Coventry tonight. 674
Engineers' pay creeps up. 108
Europe sales keep on tumbling. 468
Exporters showing growing confidence. 315
Figo's FIFA attack after award snub. 408
Flagship's on rise again as Business clash looms. 500
Floods starting to clean out Shrews. 364
Focus of attention for CBI. 244
Foreign cash new high. 176
Fox hunting views change. 215
Francis hits out at card-happy Premiership refs. 515
French BSE cows killed for eating. 438
Gilchrist in charge of record-breaking Aussies; Cricket round-up. 644
Graydon turns up pressure. 293
Healing the wounds. 138
Holiday firms in merger. 81
Horse of the day. 81
Houllier fears tough test. 707
In Brief: FOOTBALL. 107
In Brief: SNOOKER. 204
In Brief: SUPERCROSS. 156
Inquiry as flood chaos anger rises. 617
Kachloul apologises for 'out of character' outburst; National news. 362
Labour facing a crisis of leadership. 308
Leicester snap up Jones for Lennon role. 498
Little Brother Mac in US Davis Cup charge. 303
Lloyds may break its friendly habit over Abbey. 256
Making plans for James at head of Gregory's agenda. 426
Melbourne summer is off agenda. 304
Nazi war crimes suspect arrested for extradition; Marching orders: Kalejs held in Australia. 291
Ndlovu on target again for inspired Terriers. 265
New Homes Bill is in public's interest, says defiant Minister. 277
New war of words over European force's role. 357
Oh no, here we flow again; Third time unlucky: Town under water once more as rain brings misery. 628
On the map with Granada Compass. 313
On this day. 250
Oneview sold for a pound to staff. 596
Only three bids to run digital radio station in Midlands. 332
Owen saves his big day; Liverpool 3 Fulham 0 after extra time. 401
Pebble Mill land deal may be on the way. 284
Perspective: A lot of hard work going on behind bars; Martin Narey, Director General of the Prison Service, replies to an article by Post Saturday columnist Professor David Wilson. 623
Perspective: Why the married man has such enduring appeal Ros Dodd. 659
Police narrow Lamplugh search. 306
Police send burglars an arresting card card. 136
Police trim inspectors to save cash. 261
pounds 19.8m record for old master. 90
pounds 7m is Trefick pay day for Jack. 529
Pupils trained to aid bully victims. 518
Railtrack's core problem. 698
Readers Letter: Clear up the housing facts. 136
Readers letter: Council wish lists doing little to help needy. 496
Readers Letter: Give Charles some credit. 154
Readers Letter: No voice for anti-EU movement. 182
Readers Letter: Rock bottom time for us true Brits. 382
Readers Letter: Time for some Tory principles. 152
Reaping rewards of becoming slimmer. 249
Region's jobless back on rise. 668
Rejects Cup gamble pays off. 802
Residents fear rat run of new hospital traffic. 555
Share Prices - Market Report: Granada Compass directs FTSE higher. 530
Shop with the Birmingham Post: Made for walking. 189
Short shrift with spin doctors no longer needed - Minister. 509
Star Trek wonder is scientific reality. 351
Steering into trouble over cannabis. 173
Stop this barbarism masquerading as sport. 642
Such happy memories from Ambridge to Angels; End of an era: Pebble Mill studios facing final curtain. 780
Swimming: Britons in fine shape to splash out on gold. 371
Television Choice. 416
Terror of boy in death leap from park bridge. 377
That's rich as antique fails to sell. 254
Theme for the day. 139
Thompson tempers fury. 642
Time to take a bow; Graham Sawyer, the Royal Shakespeare Company's long-serving Stratford theatre manager, retires tomorrow. Terry Grimley went to meet him. 894
Tragedy of girl in tower-block fall. 119
Train-death parents face charge. 141
Trust fades away in the modern age. 244
Two banned in firm crash. 98
University of Birmingham degree congregations: Two pioneers to be honoured. 209
US Elections: America's weeks of passionate indecision. 426
US Elections: Bad news distraction for President. 224
US Elections: Gore-d to the heart by court's decision. 386
US Elections: Misgivings Blair may have to face. 461
US Elections: Success of the high, plain drifter. 925
Waist not wand not for panto star. 151
Web Watch: It's a strange world. 162
Who wants to be a priest?; Religious Affairs Reporter Helen Bruce on how new priests see their future at a time when the C of E is at its lowest ebb in terms of clergy numbers. Even if you are accepted as a priest you have no idea where you will be asked to go. It can be exhilarating and exhausting Mike Sermon. 1239
Why I started Rover crisis. 274
Woodhall plans endgame. 682
Workers caught in package war. 305
Workers furious at Vauxhall. 476
Workforce: Attention staff: Big Brother coming to an office near you. 402
Workforce: Eurest to cater for bank centres. 145
Workforce: Gas industry ignites pilot light for 1,000 new jobs. 531
Workforce: Iceland boss to pack the shelves. 323
Workforce: Iron will behind free training bid. 273
Workforce: Nothing about much ado is welcome. 273
Workforce: Pertemps extends its consultancy. 165
Workforce: Picture story: investment pays off - parts makers efforts earn award. 118
Workforce: Record numbers join year of insight. 216
Workforce: Secretaries put in picture on image. 130
Workforce: Star performer. 119

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