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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 4, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
'Patient time with GP should be doubled'. 463
143 feared dead as Russian airliner crashes in Siberia. 338
7 deadly sins: You just can't help acting your rage; In our continuing series looking at the Seven Deadly Sins, Ros Dodd examines anger. 1244
999 tape relives neighbour's frantic attempts to save lifeless Dando. 380
Afzaal may get chance. 666
Alice in Wonderland hospital care. 148
All-fronts appeal for cut to cushion industry blow. 614
American booty; It's Independence Day in the USA and a suitable time to reflect on the fact that be it our love of Hollywood blockbusters or Coca-Cola or a Big Mac, we can't live without American culture. BT Midland feature writer of the year Mel Hunter reports. 994
Archive. 544
Attack over spectacles 'brought on fatal stroke'. 384
Beaten until her face shattered. 690
Beauty Style: Salon seduction; Hairdressers have the power to make us look like a goddess. But it can be a daunting prospect entrusting your locks to a perfect stranger. Sam Lyster meets the team behind a pioneering new attitude to makeover magic. 606
Beauty Style: Tresses on trial. 1023
Beckham heads for hefty wage increase; National round-up. 336
Birmingham Post Comment: MPs must speak out over plans for closure. 513
Blackpool ruminations: Cooker boss reflects on bright results. 132
Blind date Angels step in to match perfect partners. 684
Boy, 3, to block bid CITY STAFF. 267
Bristol buys Willis National. 80
Burglars steal lookalike Diana ring worth pounds 80,000. 172
Campaign to curb number of school-age mothers; Mum's the word: But experts make no secret of teenage pregnancy problem. 404
Campbell crosses divide after assurance on Vieira. 719
Canadian writing icon dies. 113
Cancer fear over blocks for houses. 123
Capriati has guts for fight; Grand Slam dream survives struggle. 827
Car hits man in racist attack. 403
Cash in on rare visit by Dettori. 455
Chambers set to get back on track after shock loss. 605
Changes needed to overall funding. 186
City View: This imbalancing act could be very hard indeed to follow. 522
Construction has shoulder problem. 249
Culture: Innovation taking festival into the future; This year's Warwick & Leamington Festival is branching out into new commissions and world music. Terry Grimley looks at some of the highlights. 814
Culture: Television choice. 219
Culture: When the gong gets tough, Pat gets going; John Slim puts the spotlight on the local amateur drama scene. 736
Culture: World full of tragedy caught on camera; Arts editor Terry Grimley meets Chilean photographer Carlos Reyes Manzo. 936
Disabled set to face MoT-style check to keep benefits. 253
Dream holiday sinks after ship banned. 390
EU kills off biggest merger. 433
Fashion Style: The bare essentials; He knows what a woman wants and has designed the perfect swimsuit collection. Fashion Editor Carole Ann Rice takes a look at the latest offerings from Jasper Conran. 218
Firm but fair judge with dislike for timewasters. 325
Food Style: Taste the exotic; Transport yourself to far-flung places with a little Caribbean flair. Noreen Barr reports. 808
Francis fell out with Archer at Champagne and pie party. 447
Globalisation vs gospel debate. 270
Graphic ads not offensive. 404
Graphic lesson for Customark. 186
Gregory rejects pounds 9m PSG Angel bid. 556
He'd see very little of interest; What the Butler Saw Malvern Festival Theatre. 434
Headteachers demand pounds 1bn to bankroll recruiting drive. 265
Henman shows how it's done. 214
Hitman trio jailed for life. 92
IMI 'cautious' over drops in profit. 289
Jail for Blair councillor who preyed on boys. 239
Kick puts Dawson back in Lions' fold. 232
Kingfisher gets pounds 280m as Superdrug leaves nest. 293
Lara is a positive role for cinema-goers says Jolie; Jolie animated: Stars arrive for the premiere of the computer game turned film which has grossed pounds 75m in the US. 310
Light ahead for manufacturing. 514
Making a song and dance: Service to New York launched. 138
Mechanical heart saves patient's life. 233
Milosevic scorns war crime tribunal; Defiant in defeat: Former Yugoslav president refuses to enter plea. 620
Monty up for second Irish win; Victory in Cork has brightened Scot's mood. 228
Narrow selection: Alvechurch is to build a fleet of timeshare boats. 94
New plea for more debate over planning decisions. 501
No red light zones to get vice girls away from residential areas. 486
Office Style: How to land that JOB!; People often fail interviews because they turn up unprepared. Candidates need to sell themselves and their potential. Jane Truscott offers some advice on how to make the most of an awkward experience. 759
Office Style: In the HOT SEAT; Job interviews are terrifying for everyone but often they are equally uncomfortable for the interviewer. We offer ten tips on how to make the interview work for you. 1213
Office Style: Rules for success. 483
Office Style: Simplicity is the key. 896
Office Style: Summer in the CITY; Sweat it out in a heavy suit or risk looking unprofessional in lightweight dresses - it's the dilemma every working woman faces. Francine Miller offers some advice on how to look cool in the office. 301
One dead in tower block blaze drama; Winched to safety: Helicopter rescue as fire ravages ninth floor. 666
One-off costs hit brewery profits. 428
Opec agrees to peg price of crude oil. 117
Ostler and Piper more than ready for the bigger stage. 538
Perspective Young boys who came from Sarajevo to Selly Oak. 624
Plea not to nit-pick on race issues. 227
Post People: Ascot Ladies' day. 99
Post People: Celebratory centenary. 116
Post People: Eurohub's anniversary. 162
Post People: Gala evening. 156
Post People: Guests treated to curry cuisine from top chef. 123
Post People: Interview by email. . .; Anna Davis talks to Dean Cargill - a familiar face around the streets of Birmingham. 490
Post People: New centre for Aston. 83
Post People: Partnership hits the high notes. 129
Post People: Race Day fun. 83
Post People: Reception to mark retirement of Sir Henry Every Bt. 120
Post People: The writing's on the wall. 122
Post People: Weddings. 138
pounds 2.5m needed for rare breeds gene bank. 364
Price surge puts average house at pounds 81,812. 482
Protesters stroll into top-security spy base. 274
QE Heart Campaign: 10 reasons why city transplant centre must not be axed; Health Correspondent Jenny Hudson analyses the case for retaining services at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. 738
QE Heart Campaign: First patient supports fight. 101
QE Heart Campaign: MPs unite to save QE heart unit. 688
QE Heart Campaign: Political Correspondent Jonathan Walker and Health Correspondent Jenny Hudson ask MPs across the Midlands why Birmingham's heart transplant centre must be saved. 1464
QE Heart Campaign: Rural Wales is area of operation. 110
Rail-like shambles beckons for NHS. 304
Real jobs for designers with virtual knowhow. 227
Recession returns to haunt engineering. 334
Resign call in bed-block blame storm. 561
Retail Therapy: with Carole Ann Rice. 253
Review out to avoid mistakes. 250
Rising hopes as Minivator expands. 231
Role for Palmer after peace pact with Strachan. 516
Rowing: Redgrave's four-star title drive. 383
Rugby Union Dawson shows Lions pride; ACT Brumbies 28 British Lions 30. 770
Shunned and shamed, Katie criticises sex education; Case Study. 278
Single in the City: Love is in the air; Mr Marketing (in his 30s, 6ft tall and has a gorgeous smile) was engaging, funny and v.easy to talk to - so much so that the drinks became a pizza followed by more drinks, as we both lost track of time. I can often find fault and compile a list of a man's failings in this scenario, but nothing (not even his tendency to sit on his hands) led me to see any flashing neon warning signs. 871
Somerfield slowly turning round. 316
Spanish drivers' deal set to end holiday misery. 337
Sport in brief: Boxing. 105
Sport in brief: Cricket. 92
Start-ups suffer as slowdown hits UK. 412
Table talk: Forever in Denial. 869
Table talk: On the grapevine; Clive Platman, chairman of the Mercian Wine Circle, compares varying types of Sauvignon Blanc. 266
Tenants on Lyon 'junket'. 411
The business of flying can bring you down to earth with a real bang! 753
Theme for today. 136
Time puts brakes on profits at Mentmore. 514
Tobougg brightens Eclipse field. 601
Travel Style: Tuscan delights; Like a bustling, living museum, Florence attracts scores of discerning tourists, drawn by the city's architectural masterpieces and the world famous galleries brimming with exquisite paintings. 924
Trip aids arson death inquiries. 212
Triple murder charge. 141
Two men hurt as 50 brawl outside nightclub. 185
UDA pledge no violence at tense Orangemen parade. 385
US officer is handed over to Japanese police in rape case. 298
Van man clue in missing girl hunt. 465
Waterside clean-ups lure wildlife. 351
Weston cuts loose as Pears hit top form; At Derby: Worcestershire (288 for six, 4pts) beat Derbyshire (150, 0pts) by 138 runs. 557
What has happened to care homes? 286
Wimbledon 2001: 'Nice guy' Federer ready to create Wimbledon racket; Giant-killer Roger Federer hopes to end British interest at Wimbledon this afternoon and further enhance his prospects for a first grand slam tournament win. 520
Wimbledon 2001: Reaching for glory; Battling Henman pushes back tide to join last eight. 1188
Wimbledon 2001: Williams sisters pull out. 106
Win-Winchester: Double triumph for film company. 316
Wolves hoping to avoid slip-ups; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE. 191
Worrying Dimension as tech stocks tumble. 510
Wragg eyes July treble. 133
Yin and Yang join timetable to help pupils learn art of control; Mighty Morphin moves: Power Rangers teach tai chi. 412

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