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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 15, 2001)

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'Outrage' of forced retirement at 65 to become thing of the past. 510
'Penniless' Tommy worth pounds 300,000; Bidders come out in force: Cash flows in a tale of two sales. 479
A Bard approach to true love. 126
Airtours lifts extra baggage through winter turbulence. 429
Animal rights activists blamed for arson attack on Minister's office. 347
Archive: 25 YEARS AGO. 190
Attention to detail reveals little of the passion; David Hart reviews two St Valentine's day concerts by the CBSO and the London Concert Orchestra, both at Symphony Hall. 351
Axed peer complains of Tory betrayal. 270
Back to the FUTURE; Gabrielle Fagan investigates the appeal of Gladiator, just nominated for 12 Oscars, and past greats such as Spartacus and Ben Hur. 993
Ball ends up in the public court. 177
Bemused at the laughter around me; The Right Size - Bewilderness Warwick Arts Centre. 267
Blair under fire over Mandelson sacking. 478
Blues duo McCarthy and Sonner back for Northern Ireland. 251
Bond Girl bikini goes for pounds 41,000. 458
Bosses quit after losses mount up. 324
Cadbury sweetens bitter Orange taste. 449
Call for more state-private school links. 378
Cancer death of Marie Curie dog. 124
Catalogue of medical horrors. 299
CBI call to mine ideas goldmine. 261
Chairman throws out challenge to Lloyds. 505
Christie goes distance in row with Lord Coe coe. 337
City View: Warning-sound directors play the blame game. 523
Civilian at the helm in submarine tragedy. 270
Coronation Street houses to be bulldozed. 184
Corus concession gives steel unions hope. 682
Council catering privatised. 122
Creator of Anna virus out of play. 125
Culture: A new calling with theatrical connections; Terry Grimley previews a new play about the employment trap which awaits young graduates. 507
Culture: Joe's back to making a good impression; Singer Joe Longthorne is hoping to beat off past misfortunes, reveals Alison Jones. 1119
Culture: The best things in life are Glee; The Glee Club is firmly established as a top comedy venue in the country, says Andrew Cowen. 1229
Decision day for pounds 280m hospital. 570
Dinner price bitter pill to swallow with other currency story watch heading. 195
Dirty tricks claim in Labour nomination. 210
Disabled pupils given say on shake-up. 198
Earth may move for wedding couples. 212
EC's 'stability of contracts' ensures transfer solution. 491
Efficient United happy to take point; Valencia 0 Manchester Utd 0. 722
Eight die in bus-stop attack; Crash carnage: Driver ploughs into crowd of soldiers and civilians. 495
End of affair with Reliant Robin. 214
England let Hick sweat on Test spot. 589
Euro deal on Internet copyright. 195
FA centre plans go for Burton. 122
Fabricant seeks showdown on learning cash. 218
Fat cats drive up average earnings. 447
Ferdinand praise for Bowyer's composure. 342
Fewer fraud cases go to court. 186
Final decision on; Millennium Dome 'in days'. 218
Fit-again Hadley blasts triple reminder to Harriers. 260
Fitting spot needed for great British hero. 199
Goodyear to axe 7,000 workers. 437
Gregory sees late-season hope for Ginola. 342
Guard Duty to strike. 424
Handicap man denied help as cash crisis bites. 381
Help thin on the ground for very fat of the land. 559
Honour for legal expert on capital punishment. 201
Hospital Plans: Brave new world means an end to make-do era. 724
Houllier hoping Heskey can extinguish Roma's eternal flame; Champions' League. 583
How Labour got PFI hospital funding sorted. 353
HSE begins European network expansion. 434
Inquiry into Hague fees trust urged. 162
Japanese clinch deal for Bass pubs. 333
Jobless drops towards the million milestone. 582
Johnson's World Cup fear. 511
Joys of quiet companionship. 153
Keeping our euro options open. 247
Learning lessons from past to plan for future. 621
Lee tripped up by big poster triplet. 104
Long arm of law to reach beyond national borders into cyberspace. 360
Mailbox and Star City offer 200 jobs. 240
Making it happen; James O'Brien on a new direction for the ground-breaking Warwick Manufacturing Group. 1290
Meenan puts flight of fancy Down Under below Swifts; FA Vase. 393
MEPs give green light to GM crops 'fast lane' use. 198
Mother of all soap operas cleans up act for relaunch. 773
Motorway cafe toasts Ronay's two-star rating; Road to recovery: Top chef adds vital ingredient to service station's food. 421
Multi Benny; Multi Benny: Times and tastes change for handyman in Crossroads remake. 396
Murdered vice girl's coat could be vital clue. 181
News Focus: Lucky spell for Blair if dole toll hits magic mark. 639
NHS fertility help pack cuts wait for couples. 253
O'Connor's derby charge. 806
Out to LUNCH; Forget the career ladder and striving to do well at work - women would rather join the wealthy lunching-set. But,as Noreen Barr discovers, the life as a socialite is not necessarily an easy one. 946
Payments to vCJD victims' families. 123
Perspective: Frankie my dear, you're top of those poppy old moments. 679
Planning for all D-sasters. 536
Positive thinking from Daly takes weight off his mind. 802
Pressure mounting on Baulch to deliver after Olympic failure; Jamie Baulch has NIAA date. 507
Profit hit but body firm still hopeful. 584
Profits blossom on gardening boom; Seeds of success: TV turns attention to the outdoors. 481
Property Review: 55,000 sq ft distribution centre boost for jobs; Fast-track: Supermarket chain unveils plans for Radial Park development. 382
Property Review: Alert over skills shortage. 700
Property Review: Business park gets go-ahead. 87
Property Review: CCTV security company undergoes rapid growth; New concept: Remote monitoring delivers financial benefits. 2275
Property Review: Central Gate attracts pre-sale. 106
Property Review: Champagne celebration: Presentation marks move to new premises. 230
Property Review: Change of heart brought success; At the age of 35, Rupert Young has been made director in charge of CB Hillier Parker's Birmingham office making him probably the youngest surveyor in the city to hold such a prominent position. Colin Lewis interviewed him about his meteoric rise and his ambitions for the future. 1391
Property Review: Development under way. 299
Property Review: Developments lure families back to city. 535
Property Review: Earlplace sets new local record. 133
Property Review: Gaming sector welcomes review of 1968 legislation; Twelve months ago the Government announced a major review of the laws regulating the gaming sector, a move welcomed by the industry. Roger Ahmed, leisure surveyor at international property advisers, GVA Grimley, takes a look as what this could mean to the sector. 402
Property Review: High tech firm on move; Relocation: Communications technology company takes 20,000 sq ft at Wendel Point. 279
Property Review: High-profile work fuels expansion. 329
Property Review: Ice rink give pounds 1.6m facelift. 83
Property Review: Industrial rents set to rise in face of increased demand. 1312
Property Review: Institute gets new direction; Top team: The new regional board of RICS. 469
Property Review: Investment sale in Telford. 119
Property Review: Investment team strengthened. 180
Property Review: Joint letting agents appointed. 125
Property Review: Lawyers sign up for Lee Crowder. 158
Property Review: New chairman breaks mould as restructuring progresses. 672
Property Review: Nurton buy prime office. 93
Property Review: Park plans on track. 215
Property Review: Partnerships in move to new HQ; Social role: Lord Mayor opens firm's premises. 578
Property Review: Plans for pounds 12m canalside centre. 766
Property Review: Plans go in to develop park. 286
Property Review: Plans submitted for distribution space. 436
Property Review: Pre-lets reflect high level of demand. 247
Property Review: Proposals aim to avoid high cost of litigation. 384
Property Review: Renaissance set to go on with another busy year. 1007
Property Review: Savills get nod to market industrial buildings. 128
Property Review: Scheme paves way for Park development; Jobs boost: Construction of food store well under way. 196
Property Review: Showpiece buildings attract high interest. 434
Property Review: Speculative build plans submitted for Centre 500. 111
Property Review: Speculative scheme on cards. 91
Property Review: Springside freehold sold. 111
Property Review: Student accommodation adds to Unilodge portfolio. 85
Property Review: Trio join CB Hillier Parker. 253
Property Review: Urban regeneration key to economic prosperity; Seminar told of importance of urban regeneration. 558
Property Review: Warehouse acquired for pounds 2.8m. 162
Reds call up Byrne for cup-tie return. 254
ROUND-UP; Paris SG in no-win situation. 222
Sandown officials eye six-race chase card. 507
School row boy found hanged in bathroom. 267
Scotland facing 'must-win' test to revive fortunes. 533
Second City first for St Modwen; Nice and freezy does it: Cold cash from refurbishing property and re-using land. 480
Singapore engine deal for Rolls-Royce. 151
Sir Norman warns against new Aids complacency. 413
Speeders get the 'intelligent' hump. 256
Sport in Brief: FOOTBALL. 246
Sport in Brief: MOTORSPORT. 108
Sport in Brief: RUGBY UNION. 111
Sport in Brief: SQUASH. 106
Spreading a good education around. 140
Stapenhill hit back to lift morale. 226
Stone can have fair new trial, say judges. 535
Stone to face second jury. 116
Store rolls out pounds 20,000 trolley tagging system. 261
Stranded Bali boat tourist dials home with SOS call. 246
Struggling Bennett driven by promotion. 357
Sweetener for Cadbury. 530
Television Choice: Horizon - Ecstasy And Agony BBC 2, 9pm. 382
Text message driver jailed for killing pedestrian. 372
The Birmingham Post Comment: First-class service under second-rate conditions. 515
The glamour of property; Shahid Naqvi meets a woman with a colourful past and a bright future. 646
The lean machine debuts at 125mph; On track: First of Virgin's 53-strong fleet rolls out. 500
Theme for Today. 140
Theo's great save as 1,000 stay working. 306
They Said. 83
Tory bid for 80mph limits on M-ways. 426
Tragedy as girl, 3, dies in blunder at hospital; Never again: Family in plea that 'tragic and sudden' death should not be repeated. 533
Treves in chair at troubled Equitable. 284
True blue for Hall Green. 321
Two held in hunt for student's killer. 126
Vital turnaround at Royal Doulton. 471
Web Watch: Martial arts heroes. 274
Wednesday opening for Brown's red box. 313
Wolves eye more bite from Roussel. 521
Workforce: Age is no barrier for boss Betty. 220
Workforce: Bosses pay pounds 737m late every month. 287
Workforce: Call centres shaking off sweatshop image. 641
Workforce: Check out the corporate culture before accepting new post. 429
Workforce: Disneyland chance for French speakers. 408
Workforce: E-learning suffering a digital divide. 220
Workforce: English opens doors to career for new arrival. 310
Workforce: Hatrick af awards for Black Country hotel. 124

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