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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 28, 2001)

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'Air safety paramount' pledge. 250
'Distracted' driver jailed for student death. 290
'Save our goats' couple face massive legal bill. 334
'Witch' admits 48 killings. 111
A good sport; THE SATURDAY INTERVIEW: Man at the top will promote sport for all and perfect climate for Britain's elite players. 2667
A stake in the pension minefield. 945
Age is a many splendoured, and legal, thing; Just the job. 458
Archer's son shamed in shares scam; Driven out: 'Flaming Ferraris' James is banned from City trading. 625
Archive. 567
Archive: Printer's remains go walkabout around the city; Despite the atheist printer's wish to be buried upright in his garden, his remains rest on consecrated ground. 804
Archive: Wolverley's man of letters; Modern printing techniques were nurtured in the Renaissance cities of Venice, Florence and Antwerp, but a Worcestershire village also played its part, for it was home to John Baskerville. Chris Upton reports. 879
Atlantic Lighthouses. 287
Aussies hopeful of Cup quality. 408
Back in vogue: Godfather of fusion. 464
Bad luck strikes twice as Megson lays it on line for Hughes. 574
Bigger Ben's sights on repeat as young guns roll in. 358
Book Lines. 826
Breaking the cycle of despair; Exercise programmes, diets, Prozac and now a nasal spray have all been suggested by medical experts as a way to combat PMS over the years. But do any of them work? Lesley Richardson finds out. 785
Brevity proves virtue for happy Fitzsimons. 550
Brian wins Big Brother. 103
British frailty singled out as match swings Europe's way. 293
Britons in pounds 100m Thai share fraud case are fined. 455
Caroline goes Blonde. 485
CD'S OF THE WEEK. 1262
Channel 4 starts paedophile storm. 134
Check the security of your vehicle give the l.ist. 477
Cherie Blair to open modern art gallery. 228
Chess. 944
Classical CD's. 305
Closed on account of moving bank. 303
Concern at increase in sexual disease. 356
COUCH POTATO Almost like the real thing; GAME OF THE WEEK Gangsters 2 (Hothouse/Eidos) For PC CD-Rom Price: pounds 29.99. 1145
Country life in the old vicarage; Residential property. 742
Courting victory after ban delayed. 573
Cycling: Tour de France; Armstrong leaves rivals far behind. 422
Driver shot in face in latest car attack. 331
England lose after Malik drops chance. 359
England swing towards youth; Jack Bannister believes the resurrection of three Test careers would see England more competitive but concedes selectors are more likely to stick by youthful potential. 869
Equitable members face pounds 200m shocker. 383
Escape to luxury; The ultimate in holiday luxury - where the stars stop off for a relaxing time and where you can enter the life of the rich and famous. Phil Brown visits Florida's exclusive Boca Raton resort. 1510
Ex-caddie bags the lead. 882
Fact File: Travel Tips. 273
Fall tourist died from neglect. 168
Father of train death girl to sue. 528
Father's effort for cancer cure; Fact File There is a website on the Joseph Foote appeal at www.josephfoote.co.uk. 596
Finances hold key for Boro signings; Conference round-up. 628
First title beckons as Bland hits form. 412
Fish out of water. 1190
Flight into danger; Jetting off on holiday may seem like a recipe for rest and relaxation. But recent incidents involving British tourists in Sri Lanka and two travellers attacked in Australia illustrate that it can spell danger too. And it's not just assault - thousands of holidaymakers are also targeted by thieves or fall victim to con artists. But is there anything you can do to avoid such incidents? Ros Dodd and Alan Jones report. 1047
Formula One: Jordan stays defiant over Frentzen axe. 805
Foster's fitness will give Harriers a flier. 312
Francis vows to clear name after FA charge. 606
Fujitsu in pounds 1.25bn net loss forecast. 139
G8 brutality inquiry will 'tell the truth'. 551
Gadget puts anything within your reach. 514
Galileo's chance to dazzle in Diamond; Stakes are high: Kinane cleared to ride Derby winner in showdown with Fantastic Light Ascot's braced for a head-to-head between two of Europe's best, writes Veritas. 657
Galliford Try completes Knapp hand. 145
Garden Diary. 720
Get into a sweat for a six-pack; With stars like Geri Halliwell and Madonna achieving the perfect female six pack, it seems the flatter the better for this summer. Lesley Richardson looks at how you too can have your very own washboard stomach. 1030
Gift of giving generously is not tax-free. 262
Giles bows to inevitable as surgery beckons. 451
Graydon's sights on tour stars. 228
Harry, 90, in rescue thanks. 106
Headless body remand. 134
Healthy holiday for Chernobyl children; From Russia with thanks: Clean air, good food and a break away from homes still contaminated by nuclear fall-out. 317
Heartlands closes 130 bed unit in care plan. 190
HITCH a lift with genius; Douglas Adams's death in May at the age of 49 heralded the end of a creative genius. Now BBC2 is to screen a re-run of his cult hit The Hitch Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy and is to pay tribute to Adams in Omnibus. Olivia Convey looks at famous TV series and the man who had an answer to the meaning of life. 1111
Hollywood bolsters Racing squad. 334
Homes caught in tax trap. 650
Hughes on market as Baggies aim to cash in. 689
I know Stephen Lawrence killer, says police chief. 434
Investment club is a capital idea; Investment clubs are gaining in popularity as private investors switch on to the advantages of pooling their knowledge and cash. Special Correspondent Peter Axon reports. 760
Invited into the life of 'Picasso of jazz' The Oxford Companion To Jazz. Edited by Bill Kirchner (OUP, pounds 30). Kind Of Blue: The Making Of The Miles Davis Masterpiece. By Ashley Kahn (Da Capo, pounds 18.40). Reviewed by Peter Bacon. 774
JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK. 1469
Judge blast for toy gun. 159
Keen Hatton back to front; Dr Martens Premier. 628
Kerb crawling is here to stay, says 'despair' report. 455
Knowledge comes at a price for graduates. 255
Lancashire in charge despite late Gough burst; Championship review. 639
Last-ditch Warwicks avoid drop. 325
Letter bomber linked his victims with animal cruelty. 269
Lloyds profits hit by IT investment; Light relief: Chairman says technology targets new business. 570
Loft body father and son to face prison. 240
Lowdown on Andy's little read book. 730
Merger on right track for sports law giant. 247
Midland bid to Net future advantage. 448
Morley leads chase to halt Swedish duo. 199
New attempt to track down 'bad actors'. 159
NHS could save time and money. 135
No chance of empty nest as cash-strapped children stay home. 541
Nothing but praise for QE treatment. 173
Now Boarding. 1026
Nuclear submarine to be lifted. 446
Offenders face up to their victims. 191
Old-stager Francis looking to play out a dream. 246
On the pulse: The latest health news. 624
Painful truth behind musical hero; Tunes of Glory - The Life of Malcolm Sargent. By Richard Aldous (Hutchinson pounds 18.99) . Review by Christopher Morley. 940
Pervert may cost Church up to pounds 1m. 201
Plane rage pair may face charges. 122
pounds 40m package to clear M42 jams. 505
Puttnam handed starring role in Barwell title challenge; MidlandAlliance. 662
Raiding the store cupboards of old; Just as today, branded goods from yesteryear would have been consumed then discarded. But, thanks to one man, a collection of everyday items gives visitors a unique insight into the ever-changing world of marketing and advertising Harry Hawkes reports Examples of Mr Robert Opie's collection of more than 500,000 domestic labelling and packaging items. 669
Rambling: Steeped in history; Map: 1:50,000 OS Landranger Series No. 163; Approach: M6, A438 B4077 and B 4078 to Winchcombe; Parking: Car Parks; Refreshments: Inns and tea rooms Winchcombe. 801
Recognising the U13 talent. 176
Region in decline calls for Bank rate cut. 371
Richard Caborn Interview: Pitching a friendlier approach. 390
Risk taking is necessary for anyone hoping to be successful in business; Countrywide Homes is barely five years old but has already established itself as a major player in Birmingham's booming city living market. John Cranage meets managing director John Downer, who is as happy dealing in Brazil as he is in Birmingham. 1993
Roach charged with FA transfer breaches; National Round-up. 391
Rusedski recovery unable to prevent Agassi advance. 395
Saturday Interview: Charles France; Still stage-struck by the theatre. 2094
Saucy souvenirs still raise a smile; Looking back on the delightful postcards of Donald McGill, endless sun-soaked summer holidays are recalled, but reminiscence aside the cards are deeply funny. 1281
Sexual adventure and emotional melodrama; Life Itself. By Elaine Dundy. (Virago pounds 17.99); Dangerous Muse. A Life of Caroline Blackwood. By Nancy Schoenberger. (Weidenfeld & Nicolson. pounds 20) Reviewed by Keith Brace. 663
Shelf Life. 273
Six star heaven; Great food, the ultimate in hotel luxury and the perfect beach picnic - Alison Jones visits Le Saint Geran, one of a handful of six star resorts around the world Enjoy the life of the rich and famous at Le Saint Geran in Mauritius - but this kind of holiday experience doesn't come cheap. 1127
Sorting out a will ensures your estate goes where you want it to. 520
Spain bomb scares add to holiday jams misery. 308
Storming Home looks good each-way value. 272
SURVIVOR SPIRIT; With five Gold medals behind him, Sir Steve Redgrave is Britain's greatest Olympian. But in private he had a personal battle on his hands before that last great win in Sydney - a diagnosis of diabetes which could have cost him his sporting career. Gabrielle Fagan meets the man who triumphed over his illness and is trying to inspire other diabetics to fulfil their dreams. 1019
Swifts looking to make flying start with Payne class; Dr Martens Western. 720
Swimming: Bronzed Baker a golden Briton. 653
Swimming: Five-high Thorpe clocks record as timing row rumbles on. 684
That's my girl : I'll be Mrs but I'm certainly no lady, says Heather. 80
The art of putting the case for our city. 476
The big blue: Costly dangers of the deep. 215
The dangers of driving. 177
The height of good taste; Onions with enormous showy blooms and tricky strawberries that taste divine grab the attention of The Post's gardening expert Roger Clarke. 1623
Theme For Today. 193
Thieves to pay pounds 21m damages. 138
Tough week ends on high note. 387
Trinity sees ad revenues increase. 291
Tweed's suited to top rainbow. 478
UK could lose its seating at top table. 304
Unscheduled marriage. 90
Upbeat VW to drive exports. 441
VICTORY FOR V; Jess Hybert looks forwards to August's V2001 Festival. Here's your chance to win tickets for the two day bash. 333
Villa line up Spanish test for Mellberg. 393
Virgin rated worst in country for delays. 504
Vote deadline extended; Heady days: Pubmaster still in the hunt for Wolves. 309
Voyage of discovery on the ocean waves; If the high-priced luxury of Florida and Mauritius is out of your reach, then live it up with a sailing weekend. Father and son Phil and Arni Brown visit the Isle of Wight to test out the waters. 1082
Walking the 2028 beat in an addictive murder tale; Mike Ripley's Crime File. 897
Wallabies bouncing into Jones regime. 583
When a parent's worst nightmare comes true; How do parents cope with the loss of a child? BT Midland Feature Writer of the Year Mel Hunter looks at how one city group gives invaluable support through the unimaginable grief. 1572
White House stars agree pay deal. 141
Windies seek tighter grip over Zimbabwe. 423
Wolves put on-trial Suarez to the test. 393
World slot handed to Thomas. 269
Wrong signal lends support to those who abuse the young. 494

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