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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 16, 2001)

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'Dark Destroyer' sits on bag thief. 225
'Lowest unemployment level since the 1970s'. 793
'Olympia' programme going for golden profit. 330
32 years after conviction, child-killer seeks appeal for 'dubious' evidence. 315
A-level pass rate breaks record. 453
Another Suker punch as late goals deny Irish win; National round-up. 452
Archive. 109
Baby's death a mystery. 125
Balfour Beatty shrugs off gloom to build first half profit. 453
Bank of Scotland gives helping hand; Bank gives Prince's Trust massive boost. 401
Beware faulty heaters - don't let Alex die in vain. 573
Birmingham Post Comment: A just fight. 88
Birmingham Post Comment: City bid will stand on its own two feet. 406
Blairs tuck in to cream teas to wave flag for British hols. 310
Blake wants 11 Harriers as captains. 137
Boy impaled on iron spike. 115
Boycott this inhumane trade in kangaroo meat. 327
Break it up boys - macho sports rage. 371
Bring It To Birmingham Campaign: 'If it's good enough for Bill...' locals have football on the brain. 372
Bring It To Birmingham Campaign: Black Country backs Birmingham's stadium bid. 476
Bring It To Birmingham Campaign: Labour frontbench call to reject national stadium subsidy. 378
British troops on alert. 601
Brown & Jackson promise fightback keep share price. 346
Christie tradition still going strong; The Unexpected Guest Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. 300
Citizen Smith power to the people. 758
Commercial leases should be simpler. 167
Commercial Property: Industrial land prices soar to record level. 266
Commercial Property: IoD decides on site for corporate centre. 284
Commercial Property: Owners warned over hidden clean-up costs. 483
Consuming interest. 178
Culture: Bad-girl Clara turns into a good cop; The Bill's woman detective has a philosophical outlook on life, writes Phil Gould. 932
Culture: It's only rap and roll but parents hate it; Warm beer, leaky tents and great bands are essential ingredients for any major music festival. Emma Brady looks forward to the Carling Weekender Festival and what to expect from the headline acts. 861
Culture: Life is sweet for The Honeyz; With more personnel changes than the army, The Honeyz have regrouped and are ready for action. John Whishaw reports. 1257
Double blow for Satpal Ram cause. 266
Durham in pole position after Love's labours win. 241
England's soft middle-order rules out unlikely win. 958
Entrancing evening of poetry by candlelight; Words and Music The Muses, Waterside, Stratford-upon-Avon. 294
Esporta muscling in with Midland clubs. 598
Ex-Rover worker awarded pounds 168,000 for bladder cancer; Future imperfect: Machining oils may have caused illness. 665
Faldo at length to express doubts. 382
Family face quiz over missing student. 325
Forensic team scours Barrymore's home. 767
Four hours short of death for convicted killer Beazley. 598
Francis pledges to keep right on until he finds the man for job. 666
Getting in on the act. 96
Gilchrist steps into void left by injury to influential Waugh. 573
Ginola's threat to sue throws fat on to the fire. 528
Graydon moves to sign French star Biancalani. 467
Gregory prepares case for Balaban. 563
Hamiltons' 'victim' stands by sex claim. 1061
Hard IT: Cheaper PCs failing to boost sales. 294
Have fun on the 'gap' but be safe: Here's how. 342
Headingley big test for Sir Len's new gates; The opener: Controversial tribute swings into action before Aussie encounter. 225
Hope of a deal in sight for downcast Daewoo. 311
Hospice award. 487
Humane, healthy and above all, tasty. 294
Injury unit forced to close. 444
Investment drive: BMW lifts the lid on new Compact 3. 266
It's worth going the distance with Safe Trip. 251
Jayasuriya blitz condemns India. 232
Jobless figures an enigma wrapped in a mystery. 525
Jones' on foreign mission in hunt for Wolves' recruits. 464
Kiwi top job tempts Clarke. 827
Latecomer Davis warming to elevated status. 199
Learning to be the ears of her deaf mother. 331
Lord Archer lodges an appeal in nick of time. 196
Man accused of murdering two remanded. 142
Man bailed in doctor death hunt. 114
McEvoy the mastermind deserves wider audience. 785
Middle East leaders attempt to hold fire. 385
Mobile phone home saves Brit backpacker lost in Oz outback. 401
Monkey business; The stars came out to play for the London premiere of Planet of the Apes. Mel Hunter reports. 374
Monty and young man's game; Teach-in by Garcia bodes well for Belfry. 970
Mother Teresa on the road to sainthood. 299
New arms race, new cold war. 156
New heart treatment could save 10,000 lives. 473
News Focus: Awesome brakes; Two years after a management buy-out, James O'Brien reports on a firm that is racing ahead of the recession gloom They demand a great deal from us and we have jumped through many hoops for them to design, develop and make products in double-quick time. 1394
No breaking through the high-tech gloom. 521
No room for nostalgia as Hussain plots way back. 721
No sweat as Smith run-riot continues; UNDER-19s. 299
On This Day. 194
One sextuplet dies but five siblings well. 149
Pace of average earnings quickens. 369
Pensioners are promised more privacy on wards. 298
Perspective Bye bye Mr Wrongs, hello happy ending. 648
Perspective: Taking the A-level road to success; Whoever you are, whatever you are doing, you will always remember A-level results day. Ros Dodd and Mel Hunter asked Birmingham folk to relive the moment when they found out whether they had passed or failed. 1311
Pledge to tackle sick underbelly of soccer; Ugly face: Arrests on the rise in fight against 'resilient' strain of yobs. 662
Police had Jolie time perfecting Lara's aim. 298
Police out in force for Blues game. 236
Quayside stolen in Dublin. 109
Receivers confident of saving parts firm. 321
Reynolds walks among giants on smaller stage. 735
Rock band's tour in catatonic state as Cerys exhausted. 241
Roddick brothers team up for victory. 525
Saved club to cost ratepayers. 585
Seven-year-old dies in harbour accident. 306
Shepherd back in the fold apres le deluge. 596
Sinn Fein trip linked to arrested IRA man. 395
Solanki and Hick put Bears in retreat; At Edgbaston (first day of four): Worcestershire have scored 435 for five in their first innings. 661
Somerset day-trip delay for Warwickshire. 205
Spending boom puts Dixon on right road. 355
Spiderman. 218
Street gunfight puts three in hospital. 159
Suicide car bid foiled at Lourdes. 120
Sumatra railway monument to PoWs. 359
Sven's boys left chasing shadows; England 0, Holland 2. 589
Teachers escape death charge. 356
Television Choice. 90
The vandal's pen is not as mighty as the police. 257
Theme for today. 85
They said. 121
Two in, one out as City reshape squad. 222
Uniting to relieve the burden of debt. 348
Vaughan sustains Tykes on comeback; Cricket Round-up. 750
Watchdog threatens to investigate rogue banks. 372
Why 'micro bull' sees red. 159
Why does it always rain on V2001? 186
Why has peer got it in for me? 524
Wise men of Bank split over rate cut. 392
Workforce: Counting the cost of casual workers. 324
Workforce: Judge employees by 'task not by time'. 507
Workforce: King of the castle must plan for future. 385
Workforce: Setting the stage for business success. 320
Workforce: Sisters doing it themselves. 194
Wright move for Sutton will bolster Keogh strike options. 384
Zimbabwe arrests journalists over police farm-looting story. 383

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