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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 29, 2001)

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'No hiding place' as 350 held in police crime blitz. 468
'No warnings' before slimming operation. 488
'Politically incorrect' Hingis stands by Williams allegations. 372
500mph wave could hit British shores after eruption. 491
Air travel blackened by Greens. 372
Albion talks bring Moore deal nearer. 761
Archive. 107
Barclays denies credit block on manufacturers. 521
Bill and Hannibal show hopkins. 114
Birmingham Post Comment: A broad Church. 256
Birmingham Post Comment: Region at the head of the queue - at last. 253
Birthdays Aug 29. 174
Bit of a dull evening with the Brownings; Stratford Poetry Festival Shakespeare Institute Stratford-upon-Avon. 370
Bold selectors give youth opportunity. 863
Bring it to Birmingham Campaign - Much strain with little gain. 308
Bring it to Birmingham Campaign - Stadium decision isn't parochial one. 484
Bring it to Birmingham Campaign: City's new air-rail link will boost stadium bid; Preparing for take-off: Track-laying starts on airport's pounds 5m passenger shuttle interchange. 428
Camel race may hold Outback clue. 308
Captains turning to spin for decider. 557
Carbon ready to stake his claim. 174
Chameleon's blues prayer; Coventry Jazz Festival Castle Yard, Coventry. 515
City businessmen in bar-room brawl as Thailand 'pie war' erupts. 478
City View: Buy Jupiter - rush to catch a rising New Star. 523
Competition. 324
Concorde told to stay grounded. 530
Culture: Phoenix heralds revival; Coventry city centre has received a hammering on national radio in the last week, but its latest developments could teach Birmingham a thing or two, argues Terry Grimley. 1119
Culture: Rabbi who won't be singing the blues; Graham Higgins talks to Rabbi Lionel Blue about swapping the synagogue for the theatre. 937
Culture: Swimmingly good idea for a production. 690
Cybercrime fear puts the brakes on growth. 604
Davis Cup call follows Cowan's heroics; Nice trier: Rusedski sets shining example in the heat of New York. 257
Delight for Hamiltons as Scotland Yard drops sex assault charges. 382
Designs on a share of the market; Double take: Getting the edge in business. 124
Detectives track down teenager in Wales. 297
Dry ice stunt girl to sue BRMB for burns. 290
Electrician's legs crushed on ladder. 157
Enterprise: Concern and confusion as E-Day looms. 589
Enterprise: Customer? Just tell him to keep paying. 692
Enterprise: Networking over bacon and eggs. 199
Enterprise: Selling the unwelcomed new euro. 859
Enterprise: SMEs can save thanks to change in auditing. 231
Enterprise: Tenth 'Oscar' awards to tempt small companies. 379
Equitable members go back on the attack. 378
Ericsson and Sony to ring the changes. 232
Eriksson waiting game over Beckham. 700
Fibbing - it just comes naturally to the modern British woman. 415
Foster set to be class act on tour of India. 410
Fulham break bank to strengthen French connection. 574
Fumes alert for Levi jeans. 129
Going makes Dress sense for Stoute. 403
Graduates' angel flies to the High Street. 340
Help on hand as clouds gather. 1240
Hogg gives England early edge; UNDER-19s TEST. 271
Hotel and leisure king Reo Stakis dies at 88. 378
How 007 screenwriter missed his view to a kill. 228
IMF cuts global growth forecasts. 206
In brief. 212
In brief. 120
In the land of the warriors; Afghanistan has had more than its share of misery and deserves our help, says Adrian Sutton. 646
Jockey Club to target problem starters. 396
Jurys weighs up losses from foot and mouth. 357
Keast leaves Gloucester. 178
King stunned by new injury woe; Non-League. 297
Koreans look abroad to manage Daewoo. 409
Living with dyslexia: A winner despite confidence knocks; Neil Connor talks to Aston Villa player Paul Merson about his struggle with words. 679
Living with dyslexia: Revealed: The secret struggles of the famous. 456
Living with dyslexia: Theory which left experts hanging in the balance. 620
Long and winding road to equality in the Church; Religious Affairs Reporter Helen Bruce examines the drive by women priests for acceptance within their religion. 944
Long road ahead for women bishops. 194
Magnum ice-cream advert gets cold-shoulder. 193
Man held over lay-by death. 147
Marilyn's the top rocker; Odd couple: Dark star wins heavy metal 'Oscar'. 280
Mayor's power 'could corrupt'. 521
Mooney setback cue for Francis to back support staff. 555
Moseley complete record sponsor deal. 363
MP leads crusade for foot and mouth public inquiry. 492
Muggings soar. 88
Murdered Leanne's hands were bound. 207
Mystery of Irish priest shot dead in Philippines. 244
National Grid sends shocks across US. 339
No teaching crisis here, claims LEA. 276
Off-duty guard tells of beating by conmen. 433
Office plans kickstart Buntsford Park site. 442
On This Day Aug 29. 195
One million ecstasy tablets worth pounds 15m found after armed swoop. 366
One Stop shop. 125
Packed schedule of high class music; Presteigne Festival. 359
Partnerships built on savings and job cuts. 641
Persimmon builds on Beazer deal. 518
Perspective: A blue plaque on all your houses, famous Brummies. 596
Police call for new route to carnival. 171
Police swarm village for clues to gun killing. 346
Post Interview: Shane O'Connor - Interview by email... 652
Post People: Having a BALL!; Birmingham Chartered Accountants Students' Society. 124
Post People: Pictures in an exhibition. 234 hit by traditional market. 359
QPR snap up Taylor in loan deal. 247
Raids fail to stop dog fighting. 512
Reckitt halts sales policy. 177
Record month for re-mortgages. 259
Refugees are running out of time; Some of the rescued refugees on board the Norwegian cargo ship Tampa. 557
RETAIL THERAPY: The best beauty buys. 519
Salute to 'a remarkable person' Hundreds mourn: Attenborough leads tributes to Donald Woods. 249
School turns continental for teaching. 142
Secretary defends 'Harvest'. 299
Soldier dies in prairie training. 216
Sounds of the city give us all a headache. 332
Spires proves he's one for now and the future. 682
Sporting Rusedski wins over New York. 781
Straw blasts Israel's 'excessive' attacks. 545
Super Shrews survive late scare; Shrewsbury Town 3 York City 2. 302
Superdrug alert on baby food. 112
Table talk: Grapevine. 643
Table talk: It's a poor show up north; It may be the place to be seen, but Jayne Howarth finds herself left in the dark at 52North - and bitterly disappointed 52North, The Arcadian Centre, Hurst Street, Birmingham B5 4TD 0121 622 5250 Rating: H. 1233
Teacher had sex with pupil. 123
Tearful brother pleads for help to track down Martyn's killer. 447
The Bring it to Birmingham Campaign - New twist on a great name. 89
The Bring it to Birmingham Campaign - Stick at it and make it happen. 171
Theme for today. 136
This is radio buff calling... 103
Thousands visit doctor through TV. 122
ThyssenKrupp steeled for a second profits warning. 531
Top civil servants 'could get 50pc rise'. 276
Tory leadership battle is hit by new race claims. 374
Town saved from car park bomb massacre. 358
Unions and VW strike flexible hours deal. 577
Unrelenting blaze: Families flee as arsonist-started brush fire engulfs homes. 210
US takeouts mean it's in the bag for Bunzl. 518
Uttoxeter treble for McCoy. 267
View of nation's guilty love affair with TV. 436
Wagh joy as call-up tops Bears deal. 630
Warehouse fire arson inquiry. 150
We'll be back with big boys pledge Recognition Systems. 172
Wedding Style: Bridal chic; Jo Ind celebrates the end of the BIG wedding dress. 194
Wedding Style: Britain's most romantic town. 1152
Wedding Style: Can we unravel the tangle of tying the knot?; Does a good wedding lead to a good marriage? Jo Ind looks at how the ceremony can affect the real life that follows. 1021
Wedding Style: Competition - Win a pounds 2,000 wedding dress - designed exclusively for you. 443
Wedding Style: Honeymoons - A little closer to home; You may not want to spend the first day of married life travelling half way across the world on a plane. Perhaps, you fancy a few nights in a hotel nearby to recharge the batteries before embarking on a big trip to far-off shores. These following hotels offer a stylish getaway and the chance to relax in the heart of the country. 1416
Wedding Style: Perfect flowers for your perfect day; Jo Ind offers tips on how to choose the right bouquet for your big day. 322
Wedding Style: Romantic getaways; You've spent the last year or so organising the big day, the dress has been worn and everyone oohhhed and aahhhed at how lovely everything was. But now the fun can really start - yes, it's the honeymoon. Over the next four pages, Travel Editor Lisa Piddington recommends a number of destinations both home and away for that most well-deserved break. 1334
Whittard abandons talk of takeovers. 351
Why size matters; A study to create a blueprint of the changing form of the nation has revealed that most people do not have an accurate impression of what they look like. But, as Lesley Richardson discovers, it isn't just high street shoppers who are getting it wrong - celebrities are leading the way. 904
Woolies on par with rivals after FTSE rise; New boy: First-day nerves settle for chief executive Corbett. 424
Woolworth wins in day of heavy trading. 509
Youths light boy's hands. 99

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