Printer Friendly

Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 13, 2001)

1-186 out of 186 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Appalling' race bias could cost pounds 250,000. 333
128 wounds tell the tale that no one heard in time. 365
750 new jobs if store scheme gets go-ahead. 407
A day at the races when nightmares came first, second and third. 853
A last hurrah for Suny Bay? 499
A SCOTTISH education; Table talk The scenic setting of Scotland's Turnberry Hotel is the venue for a new celebrity cookery break. Helen Williamson checks in for a memorable experience. 878
A soft heart and a hard head; Nell Gwynne - A Passionate Life. By Graham Hopkins (Robson Books, pounds 16.95). Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. 1082
A taste of the ORIENT; If you can't make a trip to Hong Kong then bring Hong Kong to your home. Lisa Piddington looks at the trendiest fast-food - noodles. 532
America Online and Time tie knot. 288
Angel ear for Ellis prayer. 718
Antiques and collecting: Jewels to make your heart skip a beat; Richard Edmonds finds that Royal fever has broken out at this year's LAPADA fair and covets some exquisite pieces. 1314
Antiques and Collecting: Undercover kids go wild to work towards a better future; The final set of Royal Mail millennium stamps nearly breaks the rules, says Harry Hawkes. 834
Appointments: Catering for new managers. 461
Archive. 197
Archive: Synagogue faces uncertain future as community deserts city. 604
Archive: United by a fine Judaic design; Chris Upton tells the story of how a rookie architect, rooted in the Italian style, built Birmingham's world- renowned synagogue. 826
Ascot tickets selling fast. 89
At the movies: FROM GANDHI to gangster; Tony Earnshaw talks to actor Ben Kingsley about his latest role as a gangster in the acclaimed film Sexy Beast. 1260
Atrocious disregard of worker's welfare. 433
Attempt will take at least four months. 189
Autism ruled out by largest study of MMR vaccine cases. 615
Being there; SATURDAY INTERVIEW: As the European Tour prepares to tee off in Ryder Cup year, one man is happy just to be playing Months of pain, frustration and practice are coming to an end for Paul Broadhurst, writes Ged Scott. 1279
Bell tolls for sorry England in defeat. 359
Best Sellers. 228
Big Ron still has a song in his heart. 382
Bilston response to adversity confirms title credentials for Jackson; Dr Martens Western. 579
Blair tomato charges. 123
Bleak tale out of Africa; The Constant Gardener. By John Le Carre (Hodder and Stoughton, pounds 16.99). Reviewed by Simon Evans. 787
Blossoming venture caters for all; Property Since it opened five years ago, The Poppy House has grown, says Helen Macklin. 986
Body shop pays price for ditching favourites. 277
Book lines. 631
Books. 310
Bottom-six Royals lure Kenning to plot revival; DR MARTENS. 319
Bruno hoping for a knockout in the political ring; Boxing clever: Pantomime star wants to run for Conservative Party. 407
Bryant set to reject Taylor Woodrow advances. 302
Bullets fight on two fronts. 595
Burr set to shake up stuttering Boro; Nuneaton Borough supremo Steve Burr is worried about his side's lack of goals. 417
Busst considering emergency recall to Solihull colours; DR MARTENS WESTERN. 423
Busy weekend spent indoors. 278
Cathedral Services. 245
cd reviews jazz/world; JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK. 798
CD reviews: Classical. 389
Chess. 287
Chocolate cake cure for Princess. 253
couch potato; Andrew Cowen goes in search of great stay-at-home ideas to fill your week. 752
Cowboy builder faces jail after failing to finish jobs. 411
DARTS 'The Count' draws blood at Embassy. 240
Davies shock to system in Orlando. 253
Dell boss Hoddle hands Petrescu fresh start as Saint; Round-up. 494
Demands on fitness and technique benefiting youth. 428
Despite horrific abuse, child made no pleas for help. 333
Disciplinarian Eriksson puts all his cards on table; New England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has ruled out England players having big-stakes card games and drinking alcohol in the build-up to matches. 709
Dognapper sent to prison. 125
Don't ask taxpayer to fund parties. 460
Down Your Way: Back to the past to a Wye Valley rural idyll; Ross Reyburn travels to Brockhampton and discovers a picturesque Arts & Crafts church which has undergone restoration. 1043
Enter the DRAGON; Lisa Piddington visited one of the world's most developed cities to see just what it can offer tourists. 629
Ex-journalist Tory candidate says he was quoted out of context. 242
Executive may not be replaced. 120
Fatigued Rusedski in sad exit. 210
Fine Romance actor loses his cancer battle. 562
Five-point plan for Sven. 998
From Russia with LOVE; Since communism was swept away, the former Soviet Republic has been open to tourism. Its turbulent history means the country is brimming with fascinating sites to visit. Cate Wilson is captivated by Russia. 1420
Garden Diary. 417
Getting a handle on airport baggage. 401
Goal-ace Palmer tops Keogh's list but Nall duo dismiss talk; Dr Martens Western. 379
Going on the slopes to renew old ties; Ian Davis explores skiing opportunities in the Southern Alps for snow-loving groups. 1317
Golfing tome to rule at 19th hole; Book Review. 253
Gottfried makes up for lost time. 320
Greening's injury recovery just too late for Six Nations opener. 209
Hague dives into row on Star Wars. 646
Hairdresser to the stars dies of rare muscle-wasting disease. 343
Harriers duo are out for season; Midland Alliance. 426
Harriers snap up Doyle in shake-up. 413
Have ambition, WILL TRAVEL; off the record. 400
He's just a regular guy; at the movies Jeff Hayward meets the Unbreakable Bruce Willis. 675
Henman is content with his half of it. 728
High Street shops have profitable December. 464
Hingis will have to do things the hard way. 300
Hitch in speedy house sales. 541
Holiday with peaks and troughs; Try your hand at great activities, bond with your fellow travellers - without upsetting the bank balance too much, says Phil Brown. 1144
Home thoughts from a DOCTOR; Try as he might actor Peter Davison can't escape being mistaken for a famous Time Lord, nor shake off his cuddly image. Now he's playing a Lottery-winning adulterous husband - but sympathetically, says Olivia Convey. 806
Hopefuls leap back on Tour's treadmill; Ged Scott on the prospects for Midland success over the tough next ten months. 1376
How could society fail little Anna? 1082
How to cut back on petrol usage. 352
Howarth's timely return boosts Cotterill's high-flying Robins. 311
Hunt supporters march to persuade MPs. 424
Hunting is brutal whatever MPs say. 177
Hunting is healthy way to cull pests. 376
IN THE MAKING; Coming soon to the small screen. 560
Instant dinner ideas; TABLE manners ROLL YOUR OWN WITH SUSHI PACKAGE. 231
Investment perks add value to life of leisure; More than money: Shareholder bonuses can make stock ownership more worthwhile. 443
Island of temptation. 134
It pays to shop around for mortgage of your choice; In the first of a series of articles on the housing market, special correspondent Peter Axon cuts through the confusion surrounding mortgages. 890
Jet escort for Polly as she takes off for record plane. 181
Just the Job: Pampering staff pays dividends. 439
Keeping cost of care within bounds. 377
Lambs on the ball with Mills; Dr Martens Premier. 602
Lawyers face axe after contract blow. 245
MacKay's attentions devoted to keeping pair of lovely mistresses in beautiful shape; Head greenkeeper Kenny MacKay will be delighted if his Forest of Arden kingdom passes the toughest of tests this summer Fraser Thomson meets a man happy to have some of England's best golfing land in his hands. 943
Making a fresh start; Tending carefully to Christmas plants can create more blooms for the next festive season, says Roger Clarke. 681
Manufacturing keeps head just above water. 256
Marconi companies sold to Jabil in pounds 262m deal. 457
Mauresmo's withdrawal symptom. 547
Megson makes pounds 1m play for Woodhouse; Despite falling from favour at Bramall Lane, Curtis Woodhouse has time on his side to make an impression in the First Division. 624
Merson makes a strong case for the new boy. 696
Mikes set to give Schubowitz first English lesson. 615
More and more people banking on the Internet. 549
Mortgage 'add-ons' criticised by Charcol. 486
Motorist will fight 'petty' costly-kiss fine. 197
Motorsport Lauda backing for Schumacher's aggression. 281
Motorway horror kills car driver. 117
Murphy's perfect timing sets poser for Redditch boss Smith. 280
Nautical set to lift gloom. 101
New track 'not up to standard'. 135
News Focus: Manufacturing recovers slightly as world still needs a workshop; Ashley Seager on the welcome - if surprising - revival in the fortunes of manufacturing. 779
O'Leary in tirade at Leeds 'disgrace'. 407
Old pals' act at Yeltz is catalyst for Costas swoop. 820
On the BEACH; The lush tropical island of Mauritius offers sun-hungry travellers unparalleled luxury and decadence. A firm favourite with honeymooners, the tropical haven couldn't be further from the drizzle and hassle of home. Has Helen Bruce found heaven on earth? 1075
One is not amused. 100
Oxford test suddenly looking tougher for Saddlers. 441
Passport to travel; Look to the skis for heavenly deals. 992
Pau are well-armed for wounded Tigers; European Cup. 631
Perspective: Protecting identities is a fundamental human rights issue. 676
Pin money for Wood on wheel of fortune. 729
Pitfalls to tax assessment. 129
Plan ahead for a trip to the piste; Travel: Health on the slopes: Thousands of Britons will be enjoying a skiing holiday over the next few months, but how many will actually do any exercise before taking to the slopes? Jackie Brown looks at the importance of preparing properly for the effects of physical exertion, altitude and the weather, to make the most of that winter break. 1240
Plane lands at closed runway. 113
Pompey 'sticks and stones' to bounce off focused Jones. 533
pounds 130-a-week counter clerk stole pounds 50,000 in benefits. 181
pounds 327,000 - cost of talking to tenants. 513
Poverty and laughter. 182
PRINCE AWARDS DESIGN MEDAL TO COOKER FIRM. 244
Queen of romance spent every last penny. 193
Queen's page attempts to commit suicide. 157
Quins and Newcastle chase last-eight spot; European Shield. 222
QxQ. 640
Radcliffe's youth bit. 80
Rambling: Sensing the ghosts among the isolated villages of Warwickshire; Richard Shurey finds a little tranquility near the motorways. 745
Rasta spared jail sentence. 143
Real-life Billy Elliott gets chance at dance school. 186
Relics for historical whodunnit; The Bone-Pedlar. By Sylvian Hamilton (Orion, pounds 12.99). Reviewed by Stephen Harrison. 282
Review ordered over HIV student nurses; No risk to patients: Health authority says rigorous checks are in place Jane Eminson, chief executive of Wolverhampton Health Authority, speaking at the press conference yesterday regarding HIV-infected nurses. 548
Romantic B & S notions fall foul of realism in heat of battle. 376
Rounders bat used to hit teacher over head. 422
Roussel holds up Hartson transfer. 417
Sampras ends his unhappy sequence. 592
Shock over death of author. 272
Shrews turn back the clock at Carlisle. 220
Smoking is the cure; table talk A nice bit of smoked fish will keep you warm during these winter months, says Noreen Barr. 989
Spackman return makes Blues' task even harder. 596
Sport In Brief: Football. 132
Sport In Brief: Football. 183
Sport In Brief: Motorsport. 190
Sport In Brief: Rallying. 116
Sporting Week: Soho bosses accept X-rated stuff as Woods joins softies. 1120
Stourbridge sticking by Moore; Manager Mark Harrison is backing Michael Moore. 359
Sturridge sums still don't add up for frugal Blues. 563
STYLE on a plate; table talk Post Style's eating out guide editor Alison Davison selects the buzziest eateries around to liven up a tedious month. 1048
Subverting sensibilities in China; Something Like a House. By Sid Smith (Picador, pounds 12.99) Reviewed by Charlie Hill. 175
Swindells injury is sore point for Keay. 680
Symons promotion is mixed blessing without best mate; Nationwide preview. 685
Take the lift if you want to try better skiing; Ian Davis offers advice before you hit the slopes on sourcing the right lift pass, as well as providing an introduction to ski school. 360
Tech shares lead market up. 371
Telford's trio press claim for England; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 674
Testud puts one over compatriot. 205
The Big Sleep and other memorable phrases; Brewer's Dictionary of Modern Phrase & Fable. By Adrian Room (Cassell & Co, pounds 25) . Reviewed by Ross Reyburn. 564
The Business Profile: Building success from struggle; Darling direct: Construction executive finds management inspiration through experiences in Somalia Sue Law meets the self-styled 'conductor' of High-Point Rendel's Europe, Africa and Middle East operations. 1207
The classic nerd who called his terrified victim Satan. 552
The Peter Surridge Gardening Club: Give soil- covered shoes the boot. 427
The Saturday Interview: Working for BETA not for worse. 1991
The train is the greenest option. 162
The ultimate flight of fancy; Solo so good: Bid to fly around the world in 47 stages to raise pounds 150,000 for disabled flyers. 801
Theme for Today. 182
They Said. 279
Town in mourning for slain officer. 394
Travel Ready, steady, pedal . . . along the road to paradise; On your bike: Taking in the Irish countryside on two wheels The mystical beauty of Ireland's County Donegal has inspired poets, writers and musicians. Elizabeth Barnard argues that taking to a bicycle is the best way to sample the scenery, hospitality and variety of life in this forgotten corner of the north of Ireland. 1370
Trophy is the final chance. 194
Troubled prison brought back under public wing. 469
Two shot in city street. 123
Up & running; It was a disappointing start for the Mailbox in Birmingham, but things are improving quickly, reports Emma Brady. 1089
Ward leads recovery after England A slips. 123
Web Watch; Game for it. 223
When being too nice just doesn't pay at all; My Goodness: A Cynic's Short-lived Search for Sainthood. By Joe Queenan (Picador, pounds 10) Confessions of a Cineplex Heckler. Celluloid Tirades and Escapes. By Joe Queenan (Picador, pounds 6.99). Reviewed by Monica Foot. 440
Wolseley waiting to spring ahead. 202
Women take firm grip on priorities. 240
Your Honour: It's in her nature to keep campaigning; Joy Fifer MBE talks to Peter Rasmussen. 835

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2021 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |