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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 2, 2001)

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'Frugal' Dewar left estate worth pounds 2m. 218
...coming back. 223
7 deadly sins: World beating spouse thieves; Today we begin a series of features on the Seven Deadly Sins - anger, greed, envy, gluttony, lust, pride and sloth - which date back to the early history of Christian monasticism and were grouped together as early as the 6th century by St Gregory the Great. Here, Gabrielle Fagan and Ros Dodd take a look at lust. 1075
All roads lead to Cardiff via Halesowen; FA DRAWS. 421
Archduke looks like hot tip for Lonsdale. 312
Archive. 540
Aussies honour our man of note. 549
Battling Rugby draw table-toppers' sting; Mercian Summer Hockey League. 468
Beatties builders work around the clock for September opening. 435
Becks is substituted for megabyte Bill. 253
Bingley lands record with aid of damsel. 337
Birmingham Post Comment: Council must lead by example. 349
Birmingham Post Comment: Lions' heroics. 108
Birmingham team wins the sperm obstacle race. 689
Blues move to Damson Park to avoid M6 jams; ROUND-UP. 594
Bridge solution. 148
Brooke leads Staffs home; Schools Cricket. 138
BT and AT&T to pull out of Concert. 289
Byers rules out about-turn on privatising 'grim' railways. 350
Caribbean ace ready to battle for place; DR MARTENS WESTERN. 460
CBI urges Brown to give credits for R&D. 424
City View: Customers asked to subscribe to Telewest's four-year plan. 552
Councillors' payments face public scrutiny. 229
Country comes to town to serve suburban foodies. 569
Crash landing man hurt. 157
CROWN GREEN BOWLS Curran delight at county call. 223
Culture: Arts in brief. 307
Culture: Award judges won over by emerging new talent at Rep; Midland writer Ray Grewal has scooped a national award for his play, staged by the Birmingham Rep. Terry Grimley reports. 244
Culture: New sights and sounds for the city; Terry Grimley picks the highlights from a new season at Symphony Hall, finally completed by the addition of its new organ Leonard Slatkin, who be conducting Britten's War Requiem The weekend includes a demonstration of the Symphony organ by its designer Philip Klais. 747
Culture: Reviews: A quintessentially English programme; Birmingham Festival Choral Society Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham. 255
Culture: Reviews: Caff road appetiser for a feast of well-travelled verse; Stratford Poetry Festival Shakespeare Centre. 251
Culture: Reviews: Exuberance of salsa defeats the downpour; Salsa Celtica MAC Arena, Cannon Hill Park. 276
Culture: Setting the scene for future talent; Fledgling playwrights are being given the chance to shine at Birmingham Rep's Transmissions Festival. Terry Grimley takes a look at the fresh writing on show. 884
Dando jury still undecided. 92
Deakin's big step is Oldbury youth job; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 364
Diana's work for Aids now under attack. 275
Doctors' chief brands Government 'opaque and unclear'. 383
Doom rings out as metal loses shine. 765
Down to earth: Elizabethan garden herbs heaven scent for visitors. 237
Drummond waiting game seals debut win. 264
DTI turns up heat with Iceland probe keep share price. 312
England's Ashes plans hampered by injuries. 333
England's central flaw. 933
Equestrian: German jumps to success. 175
Family of Asians flees fire-bomb terror attack. 331
Family of Bulger killer is forced into hiding; Denise Fergus. 338
Father-of-five is stabbed to death in street battle. 237
Foot and mouth adds to failing firms. 233
For whom the bell tolls - pastures new for vicar. 428
Freak strike of lightning kills cattle. 109
Gilchrist sorry for Aussie farce. 481
Gliding through their old age. 86
Going out.... 234
Gregory lines up pounds 8m surprise bid for Foxes' Izzet. 589
Hadji scores for Moroccan; Moustapha Hadji marked his return to the Moroccan side with the only goal in a World Cup qualifier victory over Egypt in the Moroccan capital Rabat on Saturday. 95
Harvey the hero for Gloucester; National League. 235
High-tech tills help Rackhams in store wars. 278
How white police 'test' their ethnic colleagues. 311
Inquests as three heart babies die. 164
Institutional racism blunts equality drive. 601
Iqbal lifts cup heroes Attock; DIVISION TWO EAST & WEST. 375
Israelis in dawn shoot-out after killing failed bombers. 539
King aims to impress with future plans; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 313
Leading lecturers' pounds 50,000 fellowships. 270
Lenihan quiet on Dawson censure. 592
Letter: Animal rights or militant extremism at RSPCA? 356
Letter: Clowns left to run the Government. 141
Letter: In Touch: Homing in on RADAR. 145
Letter: In Touch: Kure City pilgrimage. 136
Letter: In Touch: Search for adopted son. 144
Letter: We need a shared vision for the future. 191
Letter: Zoos at forefront: of animal survival. 184
Letter:Investment in care services is needed. 173
Lions' power floors Aussies; O'Driscoll's wonder try inspires win Australia 13 B& I Lions 29. 1955
Lost at sea - search on for missing diver. 88
Man loses legs in rail horror. 98
Manpower warns that jobs growth may be set to end. 117
Manslaughter charge for gang. 107
Maragh's just start for Sutton. 428
Marketing & PR: Blaze of glory for HRO'C after tie-up. 209
Marketing & PR: Cimma set to become dab hands. 179
Marketing & PR: Getting rid of the waffle Your way. 262
Marketing & PR: How to salvage a reputation with the write stuff. 312
Marketing & PR: Saga of newest radio station continues; Old hand: Familiar broadcaster at the controls. 383
Marketing & PR: The plot thickens for Cream team. 230
Marketing & PR: Top agencies merger ads up to good move for both. 380
Mayor offers pounds 5,000 towards his banquet. 284
Milosevic to claim he is Nato's 'victim'. 222
Mob puts Euro chiefs under siege. 229
Molby renews bond as Swans' Jones signs for Kidderminster. 295
Motor racing: Fighting talk as Coulthard pays penalty. 913
Motor racing: Jaguar supremo Rahal moved to hail Irvine; Eddie Irvine's battle for a points finish for Jaguar was in vain. 225
Motorcycling Reynolds keeps up title charge. 547
Nail-biting tension in champions' toe tussle. 246
Nashville Sound pioneer dies, 77. 280
No sweat for Galileo. 548
Old mate Kirby has Foxes in big hole; Championship review. 566
Parent-trap is talking as families call for support. 196
Park life: Windsor mansion on the market at pounds 15,000 a month. 255
Perspective And I never thought exams would catch up with me again. 822
pounds 45m deal for Guinness Book. 99
pounds 6.7m linen design deal. 288
pounds 7m to solve beds crisis. 571
Radio scores with soccer. 104
Redditch head lengthy queue for Crisp. 586
Richardson's race against time. 1048
Rindel's run blitz counts for nothing; DIVISION ONE. 479
Round-the-world race sailors are weathering their injuries well. 343
Rowena's last ride puzzles police team; Teenage tragedy: 'Horse-mad' girl dies after road accident. 257
Rowing: British pair sink Cup rivals. 172
Rugby League: Bulldogs made to scrap for Wizards win. 362
Sarah Payne is gone but not forgotten. 189
Second best has no place in Tory race. 580
Second-half try-feast rescues Springboks. 310
See Tiger defend his Open crown; Competition. 280
Self-funded idea gets top marks; A site better: Geography teacher follows a new e-direction. 432
Share tips: Transfer fees frenzy a boost for Proactive. 374
Solid All Blacks pass French examination. 354
Spanish coach strike sees sunseekers left stranded. 623
Speedway: Wolves must move quickly to replace reserve Rossiter. 530
Star billing for police at pounds 500 a time. 182
Star turn: A seat by any other name would not be worth sitting in for Richard Wilson. 134
Stratford remain the team to beat; PREMIER DIVISION. 651
Stuart warns of seedy downside if zone of vice tolerance allowed. 429
Suspicious van may be key to finding Daniella. 335
Tamworth back new boy to show Gould-en touch; DR MARTENS PREMIER. 513
Tax + red tape = disaster. 540
Television choice. 264
Theme for today. 157
Three-year-old holds master card over pounds 453m brewery bid. 286
Touring cars: English pair find top gear to put brake on Muller. 518
Turmoil as Trimble is true to word. 807
Villagers told to go as rebels advance. 274
Wagh ton gives Warwickshire bowlers room for manoeuvre. 588
Wandering boys back after chance sighting. 280
Week ban for guilty Charvis. 339
Wimbledon 2001: Big guns play trading aces; Greg and Goran set to slug it out With British hopes still burning brightly, MICHAEL WARD looks forward to a fascinating second week at Wimbledon. 1063
Wimbledon 2001: Henman cool on McEnroe offer. 374
Win lifts Monty in chase for Cup spot. 1008
Windies' Gayle blows out Zimbabwean hopes. 314
Winners & losers; Picture special: Week One of Wimbledon. 164
Worcestershire fight to stave off record defeat. 601
Wounded Wallabies regroup. 307

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