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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 3, 2001)

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'Bad boy' Johnson ready to face D-Day on five weeks ban appeal; Rugby round-up. 463
100 YEARS AGO. 145
A star is out of the domestic Cage; Tea Leoni tells the Post of her belated success on the big screen. 918
An exciting New Year on the boards; Iit already looks a promising 12 months for theatre in the West Midlands. Terry Grimley picks some likely spring and summer highlights. 989
Angry Gold refuses to give ground. 639
Appeal dismissed by Benjamin Zephaniah, about an asylum seeker. 250
Backpacker case lawyer calls for magistrate to quit; Defence objection: Bench offers sympathy to victims' families. 305
Bad weather throws Midland Counties into chaos; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 207
Baggies on course for take-off; Albion's rise from the relegation zone to promotion contenders in just six months has made securing a play-off place a real possibility, writes Michael Ward. 778
Beckhams stamped on posh becks. 123
Blood, sweat and gears; After seven decades of dedication to cycling, Keith Edwards tells Mel Hunter why the. 1055
Bright Knight to give Fitzgerald good day; By Veritas. 487
Bug linked to cervical cancer. 278
Campus survey on student debt plight. 214
Carphone and coffee as Abbey habits come back. 507
Cash boost for truancy campaign. 257
Caving in to nuclear war. 103
Chancellor opens up new era of shared interest at work. 462
Change your life in 5 minutes. 256
City people with a common purpose: A community education; The Voluntary Sector. 327
City people with a common purpose: Establishing a clear and collective vision; The Public Sector. 402
City people with a common purpose: My part in the big plan; The Private Sector. 380
City people with a common purpose; Peter Bacon reports on Common Purpose, an innovative programme to make cities work more successfully, and three recent graduates of the programme explain how they have benefited from it. 416
COMPETITIONS make your (LEX)MARK in DIY. 544
Costly condom research no rash decision. 441
Council launches courses to help victims of domestic violence. 263
Court legend Carman dies. 106
Creative COUTURE; SHOP STYLE key essentials The Mailbox is adding to Birmingham's status as a prime shopping site and we're up for it, says Carole Ann Rice. 299
Cricket MacGill breaks Windies resistance. 706
Critics fail to dent car makers' confidence in build-to-order. 475
Down-at-heel Footsie disappoints investors. 513
Dunstall pushed off track. 464
Edworthy calling for more goals. 330
Eva Peron's facile vanity. 185
Ex-patriot's bid to win loyalty of Falklands. 251
Expansion headaches. 122
Experts divided over rate decision. 629
Falling stock values leave football clubs on back foot. 392
FASHION STYLE: blooming MARVELLOUS; It may still be mid winter, but fashion waits for no woman. Here comes spring, explains Carole Ann Rice. 378
Fast-track crane order. 154
FAVOURITE dish; A favourite main course from Simon Morris, head chef at Grafton Manor near Bromsgrove. 323
Fears over traffic plans. 151
Fed-up rail commuters resigned to poor service. 307
Flower blossoms as Kiwis wither in one-day blitz. 607
Football Simpson comeback floors battling Hastings. 470
Forecasters touch down. 133
Four main hospitals left without managers. 369
Free message from the Bible. 108
French hold rower after president's death. 396
FTSE to investigate complaints. 258
Gallagher jig of joy in dream comeback. 342
Get police debate out in the open; The Bishop of Birmingham has criticised William Hague's police claims. 294
Getting a cross. 82
Gone from bad to verse; One of the country's leading poets, Birmingham-born Benjamin Zephaniah, has used injustice as the inspiration for his latest collection as he told Social Affairs Reporter Samantha Lyster. 834
Govt loses driver support. 214
Henman too hot for frustrated Rusedski in battle of Britain. 514
Heseltine calls for freeze on Dome strip-out. 507
Home is where the HEARTH is; HOME STYLE Winter wouldn't be winter without a flaming fire, says Jo Ind. 165
Home-sale packs plan runs into opposition. 286
Human rights challenge to off-loading old people's homes. 550
Husband is 'no bootleg bomber'. 188
Ill wind from United States is blow to euro zone manufacturing. 778
Image maker: Wit from a man of wisdom. 167
In Brief: Boxing. 89
In Brief: Darts. 130
Increase our airport business. 177
INTERVIEW by email; Jo Ind talks to Christian Sadler about his passion for bargains, Birmingham and Ace of Base The whole redevelopment of Birmingham is fantastic and we should all feel proud of our city. It really annoys me that people outside Birmingham have such a low opinion of the city. 536
IRA arms call angers Ulster MP. 213
It's behind you - but don't frighten the children; Theatre still has a lot to learn about entertaining kids, says John Slim. 701
Jones joins Wolves pack. 756
Killing goes on as Clinton sees Arafat. 463
Lawrie eyes golden chance for comeback. 302
Local composer picking up glittering prizes; Liz Johnson's decision to return to the classroom was inspired, says Christopher Morley. 460
Lord Hamlyn revealed as donor of pounds 2m to Labour. 560
Magnificent seven ride into new era; Here we grow: Vickers buy-out team drives world class ambition. 648
Manganese shuffle sees Borwick as chairman. 237
Merchandise specialist buys American Adventure. 275
Mexican MARVEL; Alison Davison is fired up by the spicy offerings at the Mexican restaurant Santa Fe. 968
Molby hits at wasteful Harriers. 247
Mooney's double sting for Hornets; Watford 3 Wimbledon 1. 295
MUST read; Retail therapy - with Carole Ann Rice. 503
Netting a new year ROMANCE; LIFE STYLE A survey has shown that many single people are too busy working to find a partner. Jo Ind assesses how the internet can help. 974
New blow as more trains are cancelled. 505
Newage help is taken on board. 103
No justice in penalising an efficient police force. 328
Nonsense from the road lobby. 128
on the SLOPES; SHOP STYLE. 278
Only here for illegal beer. 141
OPULENT LUNCH to savour; BIRMINGHAM MARRIOTT HOTEL: READER OFFER. 196
Output rise is fastest for nine months. 307
Oxbridge's cheering forecasts. 392
Palace waiting for Margaret test results. 224
Parents pay for cloning to bring back dead baby. 229
Patched-up defence is a problem admits Wenger; ROUND-UP. 421
Pate bacteria alert. 141
Pensions problems. 174
Perspective: Sideways glances revealing the city's great gift for surrealism. 623
Poet Brooke's tax inquiry. 91
Police anger as grant is slashed; Thinner blue line: Despite millions in savings, Government demands more from West Midlands force. 740
Pollet fitness will be first worry for new boss Jones; Ludo Pollet picked up a third facial injury at Burnley. 410
Pollock record show stuns Sri Lanka. 657
Pucker up for PERFECT LIPS; BEAUTY STYLE Winter may be taking its toll, but with the number of lip balms, salves, moisturising lipsticks and lip treatments available, we should have no excuse for neglecting our kissing zone, says Hannah Stephenson. 914
Racial motive as car runs down teenagers. 223
Reds relishing City showdown; NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 262
Reforms cut waiting time for cancer care. 528
Retailer's future on line after hold-up. 483
Robinson to rescue for nine-man Stourbridge. 165
Safeguards against cot deaths. 216
Shop staff locked away by thief. 202
Shotz pubs hit the mark. 153
Silky master of soundbite who struck fear in hearts; The great defender: Star performer who loved blood and sand of legal arena Simon Mowbray looks back on the life of leading barrister George Carman QC, who died yesterday after a four-year battle against cancer. 664
Six held after man dies in stabbing. 190
Skills shortage hits small firms badly. 494
Solicitor denies stealing clients' pounds 11,000. 449
Spurs end slump in bizarre win; Tottenham Hotspur 4 Newcastle United 2. 217
Sticking to Tory principles. 184
Stylish Peugeot looks good for market growth. 786
Supermarkets cut petrol by 1p a litre. 326
Swatch this space: Interior design duo fit for action. 195
Television francaise is just not bon for ma mere. 773
THEME FOR THE DAY. 158
Tiny stowaway brings death and devastation. 511
Toshack returns to Sociedad. 102
Toughest test yet for Bullets' title charge. 294
Traders count cost of market washout. 209
Travel offer: Cologne's CARNIVAL. 85
Unhappy landing looms for economy; American bad dream: Britain waking up in a cold sweat. 1676
Unison election challenge for Labour MP over hospital fight. 403
Victim of success. 169
Villa's relief as pounds 9.5 m Angel is given his wings. 628
Walsall counting on fan power for Cup inspiration. 389
Web Watch. 343
Wildlife sees off threat from mink liberation. 387
Woman in race for train dies. 151
Woman swept to death by landslide; Helicopters called in to aid rescue: Three escaped as vehicles are hurled down cliff. 502

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