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

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Abominable invention needs drop-kicking deep into touch. 786
Adding up to good news on inflation. 542
African e-mail con nets fortune. 543
After rain, the big freeze threatens Chepstow. 251
Agony in circus shock. 128
Anaesthesia company wakes up to Net potential. 315
Apple produces new core products. 779
Archive. 151
Arms cache found in building site. 177
Aston Villa Utd; Angel signals air of accord. 810
Bears' vice-captaincy beckons for Hemp. 235
Becker in pounds 10m divorce. 169
Big con out of Africa loses victim pounds 300,000; Fraud is abroad: Scam is targeting bank accounts. 1215
Botham and his affair big catch of the day; Hooked: Salmon season starts with a different line. 312
Bryant talks hard over pounds 523m. 170
BTCellnet links mobiles in a network. 191
Business - Market Report: Railtrack suffers as repair bill doubles. 455
Business - News focus: Bruised Orange beginning to smell just a bit over-ripe. 566
Businessman who smuggled drugs jailed. 187
Cabinet forced to open doors to public. 352
Channels for Asian audience. 265
Chougule leaves England fielding questions. 281
City of meaner traffic wardens? 262
City View: Quality retailers in counter-attack on takings gloom. 536
Cloud cast over Worcestershire finances. 230
Companies losing IT skills fight. 164
COMPETITION Win a pounds 2,000 wedding dress. 434
Complete way to filter new orders. 226
Councillors deny perjury. 85
Courts could come to a PC near you. 221
Dogs left to freeze. 139
EastEnders squares up with another episode. 140
Ellis steps back into spotlight with chastened Worcester. 494
Europe loses faith in euro as UK feels optimistic. 299
Europe sends pounds 1.27m as El Salvador buries its dead; Grounds for pessimism: 1,000 still missing in earthquake aftermath. 494
Ex-Marine reinforces firm. 215
Ex-Speaker Betty is a baroness. 167
Exhibition to keep local talent close at hand. 455
Factors that lead to hospitals death rate. 430
Fans want me to stay - Roussel. 336
Father tells of death on unlit holiday isle road. 569
FIFA stand hits hopes of easing transfer dispute; NATIONAL FOOTBALL. 506
Final shadows fall on Aintree hero's career; Warwick flop reluctantly brings down curtain for 'fit and healthy' Suny Bay. 488
Fitz-Gerald in Priory dash. 545
Five-year contract waiting for Barry. 279
French-kiss doctor allowed to continue practising medicine. 275
Friendly, viral face of the spam monster. 491
Gates is again Xboxing clever; Console-ation: Today the world, tomorrow Legoland for Microsoft. 675
GKN shares grow on talk of Brambles merger. 448
GM bread three years from shelves. 107
Goodyear put hold on full 500 job losses. 363
Gregory backs striker who came in to the cold; The Angel has landed: pounds 9.5m welcome for Villa's record signing. 209
Grounds for upgrading Edgbaston. 582
Heritage homes in factory site fight. 358
Hopping site that's really free-flowing. 167
Hospital boss quits over dumped bodies. 290
Hotting up for Mustardhouse. 143
How Pinsent Curtis joined the premier division; Law merger: Practice makes perfect choice. 671
Immigrants arrested. 103
In Brief: BOWLS. 108
In Brief: BOXING. 139
In Brief: FOOTBALL. 97
In Brief: RUGBY UNION. 84
In search of the PERFECT body; What better endorsement could a personal trainer hope for than to have the likes of Sandra Bullock and Madonna on his books? Mel Hunter meets the man responsible for these heavenly bodies. 1136
ITNet blow as borough reclaims pounds 70m service. 190
January sails: Round-the-world yachtsman celebrates birthday. 230
JJB Sports playing in big leagues. 143
Judge seeks inquiry over baby's death. 352
Judge sentences holders England to struggle. 278
King's men urged to beware underdogs. 348
Kingfisher 'has offers' for two major chains. 221
Labour ready for battle as figures show rise in violent crime. 435
Leading question for city fathers; How Birmingham will decide whether to go for a directly-elected mayor, by Chief Reporter Paul Dale Lyons stare: Voters hold key - but do they care? 503
Learning the hard way about teaching. 301
Liver share transplant saves baby Aimee. 426
Magazine subscriptions the easy way. 225
Magnificent seven is Miller's tale. 126
Make it Christmas all year long; Birmingham Stage Company has pulled off another success for children at the Old Rep. If only the grown-ups were as easy, company founder Neal Foster, tells Terry Grimley. 1042
Man for trial after 15 hostel deaths. 243
Marconi won't shed light on new site. 279
Massage madams conned Royal set. 469
McCarthy warms to contract mission. 560
McDonald's scare as Italy hit by mad cow. 230
Mild man of rock sets his sights on home; British rock band Reef have relentlessly toured the world for six years, but now they're coming home. Frontman Gary Stringer talks to Emma Brady. 1072
Mills determined to get early look at Tamworth players. 286
Murder of settler halts peace talks meeting. 277
Mystery signal of missing catamaran. 238
Navy all at sea over sonar. 212
Near-magical merger for legal giants. 481
New nurses stopped by industrial action. 416
No shock as Silvertown managers take the helm. 371
Non-food goodies fuel sales surge at Tesco. 369
Offers - Shop with the Birmingham Post: Very best of Dean Martin. 164
Offers - Travel with the Birminham Post: Rhine Valley awaits. 188
Online prices tried to cash in on season. 320
PCs for employees of media group. 228
Perspective: Planes, trains automobiles?; Rail modernisation programmes have been knocked off track in the aftermath of the Hatfield tragedy, as the Government has switched its cry of 'punctuality' to that of 'safety'. Chief Feature Writer Ros Dodd reports on the effects of rail chaos in the region. 1195
Perspective: Wastefully we move on to the next big thing. 597
Pick of three models for better local government offered; The Options. 241
Playing politics with our role on world stage. 661
Policed recruitment gives Ministers a boost. 180
pounds 20 fine takes the biscuit, says motorist. 271
pounds 400,000 bill for mayoral poll. 295
Pub trade suppliers join forces to pump up online market. 486
Rail exodus gives airports a big lift; High-flier: Stansted reports biggest rise in domestic air traffic. 545
Railtrack repair bill pounds 600m. 571
Readers Letter: Act now for reform. 155
Readers Letter: Conservative confusion over global warming. 365
Readers Letter: Get the right priorities. 204
Readers Letter: Nothing Nice in this treaty. 303
Readers Letter: Sinister stuff behind the headlines. 170
Readers Letter: Time for a big apology. 275
Readers Letter: Walsall's artistic glory stands proud. 169
Red tape chokes farming says union. 178
Renewal millions for areas of poverty. 593
Rolls-Royce workers take jobs petition to the streets; Canada gripe: Campaign to stop 600 positions going to North America. 226
Rover workers snap up shares. 576
Saddlers' ills mean no rest for wicked. 382
Sanctuary an even safer place for the hit makers. 221
Scales of justice and the 'metric martyr' grocer; Steve Thoburn arrives at Sunderland Magistrates Court. 626
Schroeder defends Fischer extremism. 262
Shooting part of family feud, court told. 179
Singular success inspires chilled-out Henman. 577
Sturridge effort topping Francis's agenda. 514
Television Choice. 516
TENNIS Early end to passion plays for sad Dokic. 760
The English patent gets better shopping. 291
Theme for Today. 189
Time to take e-mail a little more seriously than before. 572
TNT explodes into records management; Delivering results: Data Depot sold to parcel carrier. 126
Topnotch looks healthy with nice, trim figures. 240
Traders have yet to join campaign begun in 1862. 222
Traffic wardens told to turn a profit. 330
Tragedy of man in police 'most wanted' campaign. 232
Tragedy plea. 99
Tributes as Crossroads' Carlos dies, aged 73. 226
Tumbling in from behind the Iron Curtain; Circus meets opera in a spectacle set to hit Birmingham. Christopher Morley reports. 495
TV debate. 216
US slowdown has 'little' effect. 165
Vauxhall ballot for strikes over Luton. 251
Villagers fear film will focus on prostitute. 442
Web Watch: Car memoirs. 237
Woman rescued in 14th floor blaze. 117
Woman's cake defence crumbles. 142
Would-be model sues after crash. 177

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