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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 26, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
Archive. 371
Award winners: Building black business excellence. 151
Barclays targets the very biggest spenders. 208
Be more proud of Gay Pride. 83
Bellamy says leaving won't stop Sky Blues succeeding. 532
Big ideas, big city; Birmingham must change, not only in the things it does but also in its way of thinking. That's the recommendation from the high-powered Highbury 3 seminar. Chief Reporter Paul Dale looks at how the future might pan out. 1068
Birmingham Post Comment: Papering over the cracks in society. 507
Blind given go-ahead to serve as magistrates. 449
Bring it to Birmingham Campaign: Minister pledges to give Birmingham stadium case fair hearing. 486
British men top sex poll. 129
BT rush to catch up on broadband connections. 311
Bulger killers ban 'was broken'. 589
Business View: New-look unions offer timely lesson for Conservatives. 523
Charities in plea for youth tsar. 223
Charity worker's jail ordeal sparks protest. 612
Chase murder charge. 96
Christie's hits record sales. 215
Church recalls friendly Cardinal with fighting spirit; Soulful farewell: Scotland mourns Catholic 'superstar'. 373
City war to end rule of the yob. 714
Classic bikes owner dies in road crash. 212
College finance chief 'not blamed'. 301
Counting on safer crossing. 469
Countrywide expecting bigger profits. 183
Crime fighters report to police by e-mail. 97
Culture: Dance, dance, whoever you may be; Professionally trained dancers cannot provide all the ingredients that choreographer Liv Lorent likes to work with. She tells Terry Grimley why she is looking for 'real' people to help create a new piece for Birmingham this summer. 731
Culture: Helen takes long road to book success; Birmingham Post theatre reviewer Helen Cross has been making waves with her newly-published first novel. She tells Terry Grimley why she has a mission to write about bad girls. 1307
Curry favour: A spice and easy business. 214
Curtain down on theatre refund delay. 282
Dallaglio cheering Lions on to victory. 614
Dando jury told don't let heart cloud head. 234
Drink ban tale is load of old Bull. 187
e-business: 'Acute' lack of skilled IT staff. 820
e-business: Award scheme for online talent and success. 526
e-business: Bright new beginnings. 102
e-business: Broader range of digital content. 272
e-business: Companies' web sales soar; E-commerce solution: For modern business. 181
e-business: E-mail flood gives bosses extra stress. 878
e-business: Flat rates for SMEs. 211
e-business: Fraud and morality worries for web users. 333
e-business: Information overload does not mean the end of e-mail. 590
e-business: Loans lifeline for SMEs. 243
e-business: One-point tax portal launched. 231
e-business: Producers battered by a glut of chips. 903
e-business: Protech is nominated second time. 314
e-business: Shoppers prefer TV to PC. 467
e-business: The worst in memory. 286
e-business: Virtual vision is the future. 147
e-business: Wesupply e-fulfilment through the ASP model. 322
e-business: When all you want is a little hard-to-come-by anonymity. 529
East-West divide in housing market. 534
Ecstasy victim Bret was only 20. 230
End 'test mania' and let parents run schools. 780
Experience Slovenia. 176
Extra police to patrol after mob attack in pub terror. 350
Fatal police chase. 100
Father key suspect after tot abducted. 309
Findings of the Highbury 3 topic groups, investigating ways of making Birmingham a better city. 935
Flying high: Top in UK for keeping customers happy. 248
Forward thinking: More patrons to boost city. 239
France expects car ahead to be Peugeot. 517
Garcia beats nemesis for second tour win. 378
Hackett shuns top job at Alvechurch for Redditch role; NON-LEAGUE. 396
Hanson gets boost from US. 359
Healthier way of life rewarded. 197
Healthy eye on the future for Clinic. 236
Heatwave puts Tenerife in shade; Oarsome weather: Region laps up the sun. 250
Hewitt's idea of success fails. 597
Hospital of which we can be proud. 129
I stabbed raider to save my life, says postmaster. 584
IMI controls sell-off nets pounds 55m. 256
Interest rate increase warning. 232
Jazz festival spills over to world music; Lichfield Real Ale, Jazz & Blues Festival Lichfield Rugby Club. 520
Jumbo may not grow but it can be made quieter. 565
Lack of investment hits industry hard and manufacturing hardest. 762
Letter of contrition. 162
Lovers die in Romeo and Juliet tragedy. 266
Majestic fails to fizz. 282
Man who died in crash on first flight. 123
Marshland scoured for missing Danielle; Growing fear: Tip-off shifts focus in hunt for schoolgirl. 423
Merry Hill traders out to stay ahead. 92
Milosevic fighting 'illegal' extradition. 416
Minor improvements could boost figures. 279
Monk will pay for sex shame. 547
Motor racing: Benetton's finger still on the Button for 2002. 377
Motor racing: Wary Schumacher checking mirrors. 519
MP fighting corner for children's rights. 577
Name torturers of son, says mother. 302
New big-money pro-am. 177
New home for heroes; A tonne of granite has been on the move in Moseley. Ross Reyburn reports. 812
Nuclear power explosion on cards. 397
Numbers of asylum seekers up. 362
One ticket holder scoops record lottery win of pounds 108m. 183
Otters surface on the comeback trail. 259
Park fined after death of elephant keeper. 492
Parted twins' reunion bridges thousands of miles and six decades. 455
Perspective: No one is safe from bumpy ride of cellulite. 611
Petit Bleu, not Rouge. 201
Pipe hopes to run big-name quartet for 'Pitmen's Derby'. 498
Players take pot shot at sport. 274
pounds 370,000 gives green space new lease of life; Heritage handout: Park users to benefit from lottery fund revamp. 308
Powell insisting defeats are no disaster. 389
Powergen workers to go online at home. 351
Pressac chief goes with profits warning. 269
Pubmaster promises are illusory, says firm W&D. 706
Race case settled. 112
Rainshine can bring the sun out. 618
Razor-sharp Katich puts MCC to sword. 457
Row ended in tragedy. 153
Ryanair rises above airline turbulence. 575
Saunders pulls title out of pool. 252
Shipman's death reign spanned two decades. 330
Solanki recovery cheers Moody. 317
Solutions to new race riots 'must be found' Aftermath: 'Disgust' over criminal violence. 592
Speedway: Skornicki slips into gear on scintillating return; Wolves 54 Belle Vue 36. 235
Stagg plays himself in Rachel film. 188
Stop being shy on euro PM is told by Brittan. 446
Stressed-out staff go from buzz to burn-out. 576
Sun brings on flurry to build. 104
Sunquest adds shine to Misys. 449
Surrey trio display better side; Benson & Hedges Cup semi-finals. 750
Take AIM: Sports management group joins the big league. 133
Tesco out to make Safeway best - in US. 293
Theme for today. 127
Think tank tells business: It's pay back time. 316
Third runway idea 'disaster'. 226
Threat to aid prompts rebels to withdraw. 432
Top Loyalist back in jail after peaceline clashes. 526
Trading stays cool on the hottest day. 503
Trainee jet pilot shoots up car park. 232
Triffids under the hammer. 308
Two get Aussie call-up. 221
Two jailed for ripping off cash meant for research. 487
Villa job enticing Evans to go back. 493
We need heroes to oppose elected puppets. 438
Where can we go for vegetarian food? 248
Wimbledon 2001 - Hingis hopes lie in tatters; Top seed blames injury as she falls in first round to world No 83. 1186
Wimbledon 2001 - Jinx is no match for on-song Henman. 804
Wimbledon 2001 - Roll of horror scattered across Wimbledon; Upsets, the lifeblood of sport, are a common occurence at this time of year, writes Harry Jack. 1351
Wimbledon 2001 - Rusedski's shadow looms large after evening drama. 445
Winner of best mother award is ... a father. 238
Wiseman price inquiry. 101
Wonderful rendition of the Scottish play; Macbeth Ludlow Castle. 514
Wood fitness gives Henry huge boost. 446
Worcester job tempts Wakefield's Townend. 359
Workspace flush. 258
Wragge-time: Lyons joining law firm's board. 156

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