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

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Title Author Type Words
$1bn repair bill for Seattle quake. 104
'Meteorite strike' up in smoke. 246
A new perspective on Solihull Town Centre. 185
Against the odds; With horse racing in Britain suspended because of the foot and mouth crisis, Alun Thorne makes a trip to the bookies to discover how some of the nation's gamblers are coping. 1450
Airtours closes 120 branches. 176
All aboard for a Cereus opportunity. 544
ALTERNATIVES TO GAMBLERS DURING THE FOOT AND MOUTH CRISIS. 165
Another thief banned from car parks. 273
Appalled at MPs' accusations. 245
Archer on target in All England bid with seeding boost. 426
Archive: 25 years ago; March 2 2001. 94
Aussies close in on ending India jinx. 666
Bad service worldwide. 93
Banking on NatWest. 574
Bard accused of engaging in high art. 322
Barnard on song with birdie blitz. 211
Beck's unanimous vote to return to Cambridge. 131
Beleaguered officials find welcome ally. 694
Bickerton feels heat of Woods and Bjorn. 653
Big band & big brass CDs. 312
Birmingham Post Comment: Champion does little for his cause. 455
Blues won't be spooked by penalty ghosts. 667
Booming call centres create jobs. 149
Bus driver spared prison. 89
Bush's niece denies chasing William. 231
Busst embarks on desperate search for keeper; DR MARTENS WESTERN. 494
Call for rebirth in the spirit of innovation. 488
Cash boost will fund additional 50,000 university places. 399
Childhood friends in car fumes suicide. 136
Chinese died after lorry vents closed. 360
City view: Smaller fry could be next target for the Royal. 508
Competition; A five-star Manhattan trip with Continental Airlines. 698
Competition; EGYPTIAN TREAT FOR BIRMINGHAM. 399
Confident Eriksson warns on big hopes. 741
Corbett gets Redditch chance to shine as Ducros eyes comeback. 300
Crowds pay tribute on The Don's last journey. 146
Crufts loses fight to survive. 626
Damon's BMW dealership bought for pounds 1.53m. 94
Defence budget 'cannot meet missile system costs'. 226
Deserved reward for 'flops'. 358
Dixon Motors loses momentum in showroom shake-out year. 409
Dolly in quarantine. 154
Effort to stamp out jewellery theft. 370
Enjoy blooming Harrogate. 248
Euro move over beer row looks flat; NEWS FOCUS. 524
FA witness inquiry. 81
Face to face: Blair fields college questions. 133
Fashion centre vow to turn up new buyers. 314
Fears of dodgy bosses charter. 957
Fears that parking pests will return to the streets; Birmingham's new-style traffic wardens will be expected to earn their wages by issuing thousands more fines. But will an assault on double yellow lines in the city centre cause parking chaos in the suburbs? Paul Dale reports. 569
Festival forging ahead. 748
Film choice. 4090
Forecourt fight to earn a crust. 531
Forgotten man Taylor back on recovery trail; Scott Taylor. 488
Freaking out at the 70s party-stomping parade; Oh! What A Night Alexandra Theatre. 289
From a humble start to shining example for self-starters. 330
Gary did not fall asleep at the wheel; Crash blame denial: Wife defends driver of runaway Land Rover. 524
Gateway to jump one-off cash hurdle. 455
Gig choice. 1496
Global empire grew out of tipper trailer sold for pounds 45. 659
Good pass in Schubert test; Christopher Maltman (baritone) and Malcolm Martineau (piano) Forum Theatre, Malvern. 264
Goodbye to all that politics. 157
Grim spectre of injury looms over Davis Cup team. 793
Hague pleads ignorance on secret anti-Europe talks. 233
Halifax takes final share in Equitable. 235
Heineken light for Bass: Looking to reach parts Inderbrew cannot reach. 304
High-speed crashes kill two men while teenager still fights for life. 271
Hillsborough officer awarded pounds 330,000. 229
Home improvements. 85
Hospital blunders hit tenth of patients. 297
Hosts Villa buoyed by Eriksson's approval. 748
Interrogation claim. 141
JCB mourns its founder. 85
JCB: Fact File. 172
Jump to help a baby charity. 156
Keeping eye on spy centre. 101
Kingfisher trains its sights on Corbett. 328
Knifepoint robbers jailed. 91
Lafarge building up to more profits. 361
Late rally after Wall Street difficulties. 536
Legal and finance: Alliances and organic growth gain support. 383
Legal and finance: Future finance: Accountants win securitisation award. 83
Legal and finance: Headhunters pay 30pc golden hellos. 459
Legal and finance: Homeworkers win greater safeguards. 340
Legal and finance: Make sure dawn callers don't come knocking at your door. 301
Legal and finance: Sex equality court ruling saves pounds 15bn. 136
Logan's run as kicker is at an end. 244
Lovesick doctor pestered patient found not guilty. 106
Lucie's family in lilies tribute. 93
Manufacturers beat gloom as orders flow. 367
Martians liven up Just Group. 215
Medieval voice tutors; Ferrara Ensemble Barber Institute, Birmingham University. 249
Millionaire cleared of rape wants law changed. 228
Monitoring business crime: Home Secretary inspects CCTV initiative. 232
Morris chalks up bursary and sabbatical deal for teachers; Estelle Morris. 244
Motor racing: Coulthard ready to mix with the best. 612
Motoring: Diesel drivers aim to show the pack a clean pair of heels. 466
Motoring: Heroine of cyberspace drives Land Rover stand. 739
Motoring: Sweet smell of excess. 531
MPs' foot-in-mouth tendencies abate as the crisis deepens. 650
Murrayfield's bleak memory drives Healey. 868
Net babies row father is held on sex charge. 408
New Focus: Dealer can win by playing property ace; Showroom shuffle: Car is king but motor traders risk holding the joker David Chittenden, a director at the Birmingham office of Colliers Conrad Ritblat Erdman, forecasts major changes for car dealers. 771
Nicholls and Darroch in Reds' frame. 332
No let-up as disease ravages the nation; Coast-to-coast crisis: Cases reported in every region as 25,000 animals destroyed. 471
No repeat of ad bonanza, says Carlton. 268
No signs of life in Meg's offering; Meg Ryan falls in love with Russell Crowe inProof of Life. 1091
Nurses call for protest ballot. 247
Old songs a pounds 60m hit for Chrysalis. 236
On this day; March 2, 1969: The French prototype Concorde made its first test flight. 140
Osborne chosen to contest seat. 126
Persimmon to bury Beazer name in building bonanza. 572
Phillips has Halesowen back on track with Crewe recruits; DR MARTENS PREMIER. 459
Pic 'n' mix selection is richly textured; Mike Davies takes a look at this week's cinema releases. 821
Pitmen sweat on Bonsall to start digging route to safety; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 433
Plant expansion. 85
Popstars a hit with media owners. 463
Portway funding plans mean Bees may be on move. 652
pounds 1.5bn pilot scheme to stamp out adult illiteracy. 451
Privatisation jam for traffic wardens. 299
Property: An elegant transformation; A budget of around pounds 450,000 buys an upmarket hamlet conversion or a traditional 20th century house in Warwickshire. In Gloucestershire it will stretch to a new-ish village home near the church or a listed house for upgrading with plenty of land. It also buys a choice of red brick, render and stone - natural Cotswold or modern 're-con'. Marsya Lennox investigates. 250
Property: Chancery Mews is unveiled; New Homes. 696
Property: Cream of the crop up for sale. 725
Property: Edgbaston semi is an instant success. 465
Property: Farmyard theme at Willow Brook. 351
Property: Gated cul-de-sac scheme. 294
Property: Impressive Victorian mansion. 707
Property: Rapid home assessment to help potential buyers. 224
Property: Sales success at St Editha's. 221
Property: Show homes now open. 294
Property: The charm of red brick. 256
Property: The lure of Grade II listing. 256
Property: There's an old mill by the stream . . . 625
Property: Tranquil joy of The Old Chapel. 738
Property: Unique, listed and detached. 780
Property: Yellow stone of Parklands. 252
Psion hangs up smartphone keep bit on blob. 239
Queen meets victims of floods. 383
Receivers called in as car dealer HMG stalls. 196
Removing a PM's right to choose. 288
Restrained McCracken. 362
Retailers ring with new-found confidence. 376
Robbers shoot bank security guard in leg. 171
Rolls workers protest. 246
Save finds the well has run dry. 629
Second of Albion's twin contenders easily wins over Megson. 500
Self-belief charming; The Marriage of Figaro Birmingham Conservatoire, Crescent Theatre. 277
Sex handbook for teens is immoral. 198
Shares take off on BAE promise. 580
Skipper Adams out in cold after dismal Australian tour. 422
Son's murder inquiry plea as elderly father loses fight for life. 293
Sorrow for train crew. 333
Staff blamed for baby death. 535
Store wars: empire strikes back. 466
Storms batter Royal & Sun's bottom line. 464
Supermarket runs out of pork and lamb. 436
Surprise drop in property prices. 411
Swanning in for flight of fancy science challenge; Henceforward Worcester Swan Theatre. 425
Tax breaks for firms which invest in blackspots. 276
Tax hike on petrol is a real disgrace. 315
Theme for today. 161
Too many prosecution cases dropped - study. 366
Top aides 'heatedly' told Clinton not to grant Rich pardon. 595
Town's reception gives fillip to monarchy. 475
Trade online or be damned, says professor. 396
Two-ballot view of housing issue. 143
US firms rely on UK's membership in the EU. 345
Web watch: Life in the fast lane. 168
Welsh striking duo warming to Sky Blues' test. 319
Wembley pals who warm to England. 617
Wembley posts profits. 270
When you say 'brilliant' to me - it feels so good; US jazz legend Roy Ayers tells Alun Thorne why his trip to the UK will be feelgood experience. 850
Woodhead under fire as Brighouse hits back. 319
Yew Tree pub for the chop. 100

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