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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 24, 2000)

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'Heated brain' theory knocked by research; Mobile mania: Tenth of a degree is not enough to boil your head Amid new concerns about the risks posed to children using mobile phones, Health Correspondent Jenny Hudson looks at the arguments over their safety. 471
A new perspective on Sutton Coldfield. 225
A single cell of hope for little girl who lost her face; Brave Becky: Revolutionary treatment to change life Miracle treatment for Brave Becky. 621
A woman's place now in the office jay. 357
Ambitious New Look eyes move to larger sites. 619
Ambitious Palmer set to quit Coventry. 427
Anger over delay of school's fate. 219
Archive: 25 Years Ago. 157
Automation chiefs banned over debts. 134
Baby shaken to death while parents at home. 190
Baggies stand firm on O'Connor fee; Albion will be patient over their move for James O'Connor. 603
Ban proves silver lining for Bennett. 123
BBC journalists in walkout over pay. 209
Britons in new Riyadh bomb terror; We believe that Saudi Arabia is one of a number of countries where there is an increased threat to British interests from global terrorism Foreign Office. 517
Britons warned on Mideast security. 315
Brush up your Shakespeare. 80
Burns calls for sporting world title showdown. 608
Bus cash will be used to crack road congestion. 290
Care worker jailed for call harassment. 289
Carpet maker rolls out 54pc profit boost; Spinning yarns: Victoria lays groundwork for good year. 422
Centre of discovery. 167
Children face new phones threat. 398
Children to learn new skills. 220
Chrysalis back in the black; Crime does pay: ITV orders new series of whodunnit dramas. 376
City View: Brown harps on about lack of productivity. 497
College director 'driven to resign'. 315
Competition will force prices down yet again. 431
Controlling fireworks. 199
Crossing planned for railway death trap. 329
Da Lata very much live and kicking; Martin Longley previews tonight's Birmingham debut by a cutting edge Anglo-Latin outfit. 655
Death-crash driver was over legal drink limit. 308
Differences on euro forced Gill to resign. 282
Discovery of a success. 227
Doctors come clean over killer dirty wards. 565
Dogged Cov digging way out of mess. 336
Double 'Oscar' for being on the buses. 133
Dressed for a success. 139
Educationist Caroline Benn dies. 140
Eliot letters expected to sell for pounds 20,000. 314
Emmerdale calm: Star cleared of Millennium attack. 247
Erotic act is put out. 102
Euro army was our objective says Clarke; There are real concerns here that what is proposed will undermine and defy Nato Francis Maude. 402
Euro crisis dents Honda; Honda is sending out mixed messages on the euro. John Cranage reports. 764
European Court rules in favour of former Greek king. 429
Ex-servicemen left on the scrapheap. 485
Film: Heavenly return of the fallen; Mike Davies takes a look at the week's cinema releases. 983
Film: No more Mister Nice Guy. 845
Fishing for compliments; Rumble Fish Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry. 260
Fitting target for Connaught. 85
Flood alert as dredging row rages. 300
Focus on Herefordshire and Worcestershire: Country living in big demand; Piggotts Farm at Heightington near Bewdley in Worcestershire - a large, extended home in eight acres close to the Wyre Forest. Knight Frank in Worcester expects around pounds 595,000 572
Focus on Herefordshire and Worcestershire: Flats planned for former girls' school; The listed Victoria Institute in Worcester city centre, now being converted into 28 flats by Wimpey Homes. Prices are to range from pounds 90,000 to pounds 250,000 340
Focus on Herefordshire and Worcestershire: Historic country homes; Royal Well House, West Malvern, a period home with westerly outlook and four bedrooms plus an unusual extra in the cellar. Andrew Grant's Malvern office expects around pounds 235,000 The Manor House, at Hollybush, near Eastnor in Herefordshire, a seven-bedroom property with attached cottage. Offers are invited based on pounds 425,000 1128
Focus on Shropshire: Green and pleasant corners lure buyers; Southwell House at 1, Southwell on the River Severn in Bridgnorth, a four bedroom house with garage. Nick Tart is quoting a pounds 225,000 guide price The Old Windmill near Prees in Shropshire, a landmark building dating from the early 19th century and now an extended family home with a four storey layout and excellent views. The guide price is pounds 275,000 1388
Focus on Shropshire: Hamlet cottage offers extensive potential. 658
Focus on Shropshire: Period home with country views. 724
Foldcarve's pounds 1.6m slice. 119
French trip to check on beef. 211
Fury over Auschwitz disco plan. 148
Give me jail so I can hide from IRA, court told. 303
Gregory: Ferdinand fee proves us right. 487
Hello wins court OK for pictures. 243
High cost of the euro. 145
High life: Painting out poverty winner. 86
Horsfield ready to rumble; Goal-hungry star gets Francis vote. 584
Houllier's brave Reds just fail in storming of Greek fortress; UEFA CUP Olympiakos 2 Liverpool 2. 536
Hussain gamble backfires. 618
In Brief: Cricket. 110
In Brief: Snooker. 108
In Brief: Squash. 124
Incinerating rubbish is wasteful not recycling. 372
Internet would help people make their choice. 201
Irate Ivanisevic reaches break point of no return; A member of the tournament staff at Brighton shows off the remains of three rackets shattered by the sadly off-form CroatPictures/ALLSPORT Enraged Ivanisevic confronts his inner frustration. 458
It's dotty as old economy firms are back in vogue. 494
It's time for obsessives to get real over that dreaded E word; Perspective. 705
Journey to the dark side of the soul; Long Day's Journey into Night Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London. 317
Kosovan flashpoint. 110
Kuchar gives top pack something to think about. 438
Kursk disaster mystery deepens. 300
Labour Win By Elections. 761
Lawyers' pressure on veterans 'despicable'. 283
Legal and Finance: Ann Boleyn castle hotel changes hands. 180
Legal and Finance: Barristers' chief set for move to London. 329
Legal and Finance: Climate tax unwelcome. 92
Legal and Finance: Counting on effort: Accountant makes the grade. 201
Legal and Finance: Electronic invoicing could save millions. 157
Legal and Finance: Firms pressured by EU culture of lawyer is king. 427
Legal and Finance: Importers beware of EU laws. 180
Legal and Finance: Part time must not mean workers are second-class; It is essential that employers get into the habit of treating all staff in exactly the same way now, before it is too late Mike Hibbs. 611
Legal row goes on in battle of the chads. 460
Legal wrangle over murder case phone bill. 210
Local boy made good; Kelly Jones The Irish Centre, Digbeth. 267
Logistics and baggage handling boost to profits. 295
Loyal Llewellyn oh so unlucky over Warwick win. 328
Magistrate's three years of hell over. 196
McGrath tears huge holes in paper-thin West Indies line-up. 578
Messing about on the river; Joshua Jackson initiates Alison Jones into the secrets of The Skulls. 1126
Millions may lose on pensions. 643
Molby ends busy week with double signing. 288
More die in new West Bank violence. 343
Mothercare aims to be big provider for clothing. 372
Motoring: Beware the bogus Mercedes traders. 93
Motoring: Discovering The Beast; Chris Burton and his family (below) put the Land Rover Discovery through not too many of its paces. 590
Motoring: Seat price cuts. 94
Motoring: Topless in St Tropez; Chris Russon folds down the roof on his Peugeot 206 Coupe and heads for the sun. 851
My life torn apart by drunk in a car. 509
New regional office will strengthen Brussels link. 261
Nick Fraser portrait: Meet the creative genius spending pounds 45m to make a museum for the people; Birmingham's new-look museum, due to open next September, is yet another expensive millennium project. But will it be better than the Dome? Paul Dale reports. 1191
Nowhere fast. 216
Orient pearl shines for Abbeycrest. 211
Pervert entertainer hanged himself. 297
Polls slow as voters under the weather. 564
Post points the way to a greener future. 106
pounds 30,000-a-week Ferdinand gets ready for his northern parade. 493
pounds 31m deal as firm finds its station. 207
Power of attraction: pounds 10.5 million deal agreed. 280
Presenter's husband in mast victory. 96
Property: For What it's Worth: 15th century origins. 265
Property: For What it's Worth: An unusual conversion. 279
Property: For What it's Worth: Historic village landmark; Half a million pounds, give or take pounds 50,000, can still buy a top village property in a choice of four counties. Marsya Lennox makes a list. 240
Property: For What it's Worth: Views of Hall Farm House. 270
Property: New sits comfortably with the old. 564
Property: Seclusion, space and luxury. 665
Property: Top-of-the-range Verwood at Westbury Park. 214
Pump price increases on the way, drivers told. 441
Quick-fix solution that's failing; A report released today by The Children's Society says the youth justice system is failing young people. Mel Hunter speaks to those who deal with young offenders in the West Midlands. 1106
Rail passengers admit to ring rage. 236
Reflection of beauty: Miss World approaches world. 416
Residential Property Elegance and a whiff of gunpowder. 844
Rock-a-bye Royal: Prince the baby charmer; Charles in tribute to Diana as he visits Aids charity. 344
Safeway turns in a trolley good show. 319
Seven arrested as massive Ecstasy ring is smashed. 289
Soccer hooligans hunted after attack on police officer. 261
Stand up and be counted Steve. 110
Steelmen ready to make out title case Dr Martens Western. 405
Sunflower statue in memory of murder victim Nicola. 291
Telecoms shares give market a lift. 465
Television Choice. 481
The real intent behind Blair's barmy Euro army. 616
Theme for Today. 178
Thugs attack play workers. 180
Totem pole killing plea. 186
Travellers near mutiny on train. 184
Twist in tale for Tiger to seal another Grand finale. 304
Two set for debuts as Paget rebuild Non-League Focus. 404
Under-fire Hendrie handed win-or-bust Lambs demand. 569
Virgin's pounds 43m lifeline for train manufacturing; I remain totally committed to the long-term potential for railways in the UK Sir Richard Branson Business Staff. 438
Votes that should really count. 173
Weather may dictate tactics in historic encounter. 597
Web Watch: Cartoon characters. 268
Wolves to pin down Naylor on new deal; Premiership clubs look at every player. They'll know Lee Naylor's had a good season Colin Lee Improving full-back Lee Naylor is close to agreeing a contract which would keep him at Molineux. 625
Woman cleared in child death. 134
Woodward backs brave Balshaw. 466
Woodward points the finger at RFU. 266
World trade blow for UK as figures hit red. 364
World weather catastrophe prediction. 273

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