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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 16, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'Morse code' for survival. 519
'The abuse of our old folk is appalling' Service under fire: Heart centre's drinking-club culture - kidney operation tragedy - patients tied to commodes. 1002
[0] Round-up. 80
[0] Round-up. 138
A big thank you to those who have helped. 646
A little paternal Paltrow pride; Mike Davies talks to Bruce Paltrow. 1037
A scheme that celebrates excellence. 458
Abbey says it's good to talk but gives nothing away. 324
AIM hits target and looks for export opportunities. 408
Archive. 235
Area closed in murder investigation. 265
Artwork network: Shakespeares brush up their artists. 213
Aussies hand out lesson to sad Scots; Scotland 0 Australia 2. 518
Aviation firm buyout lifts off. 104
Beautiful, elegant - but not a must; Conversation After a Burial Malvern Festival Theatre. 222
Blast fears as canisters blaze in lorry crash. 253
Blues looking for joy confined. 599
BOC expands gas profits; Buoyant future: Restructuring plan pays off. 360
Brown's fund to help troubled children. 170
Brush up your Shakespeare. 111
Bullets brew up Storm in relentless fightback; Birmingham Bullets 76 Derby Storm 74. 220
Burglary victim died from a heart attack. 373
Bursaries for poor too little, claim lecturers. 541
Business at double as farmer wins fight. 253
Busy Bees gather new nurseries. 230
Byers pledges help to suffering Midlands; Stephen Byers. 316
C&W raises pounds 6bn war chest. 550
Car prices set to fall again. 432
Caring to make a difference. 228
Cash promise to new businesses. 295
Cashman in bid to prise closed doors. 165
Central Trains says it's sorry with discount season tickets. 347
Chance not to be Mist. 143
Chubb unlocks value for investors. 182
Commercial property: Congestion charges 'may be in by 2005'. 746
Commercial property: Hopes of pay-off after marketing in the capital. 239
Commercial property: Spa Park. 107
Commercial property: Turn dead space into an asset for expansion. 227
Council under fire over regeneration. 309
Cup thrills still live for Graydon before tricky Grecian test. 668
Diana's butler is held over pounds 1m theft. 160
Doubt over Chancellor's prediction of lower taxes. 159
EADS sales are soaring. 278
Easy does it: Airline floats on London Stock Exchange. 247
Ex-Beatle's family tell of fears for the future; Rocked by delusions: Lunatic found not guilty of attack on star. 770
Facts about chemical leaks. 250
Floods and rail chaos hit firms. 167
Fresh Eire and fun in Irish streets; Dublin up for culture: Plan gets a welcome on the mat. 481
Funky pick and mix music; The James Taylor Quartet Ronnie Scott's, Broad Street, Birmingham. 255
Gallagher lays its foundations. 235
Glitz, kitsch & world peace; Since its inception, Miss World has caused mixed emotions. Supporters claim it is a celebration of womanhood while others say it is nothing more than a degrading cattle market with the contestants portrayed as brainless bimbos - but it has never gone away. Phil Gould looks back at the history of the contest. 977
Government survives air-traffic vote revolt. 374
Hague turns on Labour's criminal record. 431
Hard times for engineers as pay packets hit record low. 155
Hasselbaink discounting quick return to Spain. 608
Hepatitis B outbreak doctor is struck off. 185
Hospital dig worth the effort. 119
How DNA advances led to pensioner's death charge. 499
I liked spending pounds 40m - Elton. 625
Journalist is cleared. 167
Joy of a great Mahler concert. 97
Kirkland form could tempt Sky Blues into Hedman deal. 454
Land Rover ballot brings strike closer. 509
Latham deal is lock of the Irish. 470
Let's count on a meeting, says Gore. 426
Making music together. 169
Man dies in two-car collision. 130
Marconi links up with Italy and China. 369
McGeechan's settled squad holds key to Scots' World Cup charge. 422
Media life proving a struggle for Woods. 647
Megson shares tale of spirited Albion's lost turmoil. 445
Misys leaves Y2K firmly in the past. 204
Mobile phone thefts plague children. 108
More surgery for machete heroine. 93
Mother in battle over triplets. 279
Move to calm BSE fears. 81
Mushtaqs get grip on England. 1019
New ideas for central site. 81
New man Thomas facing Red-hot battle; Midland Alliance. 365
News focus: A reduction in interest rates more likely if oil's well that ends well. 849
News focus: Stepping off the gas; Ever since Daimler-Benz took over Chrysler, the US giant's fortunes have been stuck in reverse gear. James O'Brien reports. 776
North Sea tax could cut fuel. 120
Not quite the beauty it should be; Russian National Ballet Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. 264
Number of people at risk from CJD could be trebled. 232
Number out of work up 3,500. 632
Olympic Games: Round-up. 92
On this day. 241
Perspective: Farewell independence - and hello casualty department. 682
Perspective: Pennies from Heaven; Religious Affairs Reporter Helen Bruce looks at the clergy's case for a potentially ruinous 50 per cent pay increase. 1171
Pets die as blaze hits boarding kennels. 223
Power to people and pounds 110m for coal. 480
Refs set to be on fans' wavelength. 191
Republic's late strike wraps up smart win; Republic of Ireland 3 Finland 0. 494
Rock's chameleon blending in well; Julian Cope Warwick Arts Centre. 254
Rodent superhighway: How the dormouse crosses the street. 165
Round-up. 124
Runway success as easyJet shares soar. 453
School League Tables: Best comprehensive in Britain. 591
School League Tables: College wins the faith of Moslems. 281
School League Tables: Grammars hit top form to thwart campaigners. 536
School League Tables: Poorer regions improve slightly. 398
School League Tables: School that came back from the brink; Lesson in learning: Second best in the country for improvements. 748
School League Tables: Schools pass with flying colours; Top marks: Heads qualify for praise after teaching rest of country a lesson. 481
School League Tables: Shires show how it should be done. 296
School League Tables: Tudor Grange shows why its pupils are something special; Head's tip: Setting targets is way to achieve great results. 522
Scottish Radio record loud and clear. 488
See More set to do Business in King George. 498
Shaky Harriers warned to be on their guard. 294
Shortage of skilled staff is holding back growth; Key concern: Owner managers highlight their biggest hurdle to expansion. 537
Sinn Fein threatens legal action over sanctions. 208
Size does matter, says Land Securities. 282
Soccer fan is attacked. 130
Speedway: Coventry and Cradley star Wigg dies, aged 40. 238
Squalid life of madness led to belief that Harrison was evil. 710
Stourbridge setbacks gives Sandal clash extra edge. 528
Switched on for purchase. 309
Taylor's boys go back to school; Italy 1 England 0. 1380
Television choice. 440
The man in the Iron mask; Steve Nallon used to be Mrs T but just who is he now? asks Alison Jones. 1198
Theme for Today. 165
Tied game gives clubs little piece of history. 230
Tindall seeking maximum return. 649
Tourists in spin after Atherton's flying start. 423
Toyota stays in front on the world stage. 400
Tribute to a great organiser. 168
Veteran councillor in planning battle. 348
Villa linked with Fonseca move. 174
Walker lends an ear to further Tour prospects. 697
Water, water everywhere... 259
Why lay magistrates are as important as ever. 540
Workforce: A woman's place is at a terminal. 159
Workforce: Earning by staying at home. 207
Workforce: Gareth to learn the old skills. 462
Workforce: Paternal attitudes hit value. 233
Workforce: Power of the perk grows at firms. 129
Workforce: Too many Indians, too few computer chiefs. 458
Workforce: Winners in training revolution. 580
Youthful duo boost as Lee maintains player hunt. 407

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