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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 21, 2001)

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'No changes' pledge as Richardson faces up to drop for City. 503
[0] In Brief. 92
12 years for masked knifepoint robbery. 272
Adventurers hoping to raise pounds 100,000; Barbados oar bust: Atlantic rowing record in their sights. 328
Albanian rebels' offer of peace talks brushed aside. 573
Amey Rail lands pounds 560m track contract following Hatfield disaster. 350
Antiques for Everyone. 369
Archive. 227
Barthez injury has Fergie pondering loan option. 392
BEAUTY STYLE : get AGE on your side; The ageing process is an unavoidable part of life but still women will go to extraordinary measures to iron out the creases which begin to blemish their looks. Mel Hunter looks at how getting older affects our skin and gives a rundown of all the methods at our disposal to keep youth on our side. 566
Birmingham Post Comment: Now is not the time to blame farmers. 539
Blanc roasts greedy farmers. 653
Boat tragedy report slams 'lax' master. 698
Brown fury at sleaze 'fiction'. 471
Brown's island of prosperity. 490
BT talks on debts mountain called off. 193
Bukran awaiting transfer or recall by Walsall. 365
Bullets clinch quarter-final slot; Birmingham Bullets 100 Sundesvall Dragon 88. 242
Business pays price for foot and mouth. 367
By John Cranage Baird determined to regenerate riches from rags. 519
Change your life in minutes 5. 291
Chaos as Railtrack misses deadlines. 351
City View: Keeping up appearances while the Fed gambles. 502
Clock is ticking as Seaman struggles to prove fitness; David Seaman is looking to claim his 63rd cap for England David James and Nigel Martyn compete for a space between the posts during training yesterday. 371
Consult a nurse through your television set. 409
Consultant's plea to find pregnant ex-girlfriend. 297
Cooke heads Villa to win. 105
cosmetics: Bathtime luxury. 414
Cosmetics: BEAUTY STYLE. 927
Cream turns sour for Express. 190
CRICKET Knight eyes part in England's glory run. 641
Culture: Back to basics for the true grit approach; Phil Gould hears how the Manic Street Preachers have made big strides with their feet on the ground. 886
Culture: Bathtub boy has designs on the big time; Look out Ricky Martin, Luke Galliana is after your job reports Alison Jones. 797
Culture: Oh no, this musical spells out a problem; John Slim rounds up all the latest news on the local amateur theatre scene. 853
Culture: Schools tune in to win star status; Birmingham Schools' Music Service Symphony Hall. 255
Culture: Taking up the baton: Choir welcomes new conductor. 284
Dawn swoop on hardcore hooligan suspects; Soccer thug clampdown: Police team score on home turf. 291
Delaney makes convincing case to Hughes; WORLD CUP QUALIFYING ROUND-UP. 579
Disease's unholy protest. 133
Don't let your customers' and suppliers' problems drag you down. 527
Doubt of benefits 'our fault' We need to put our hands up and say this isn't good and much of it is our fault Coun Andy Howell. 512
Easy rider: Audi confident of reversing earnings fall audi. 124
Election factor is behind foot and mouth slaughter. 913
Engineer returns after losing hope of seeing home again; Ordeal over: Freed hostage leaves jungle nightmare behind. 315
Eriksson looks for respect among players. 482
Escaping the stresses of the city; Even if you don't want to play on the two fabulous golf courses, Brocket Hall is a fantastic place to relax in sumptuous surroundings, says Ged Scott. 1064
Fact File mir. 94
Fast-buck, slow-death warning. 295
Football star 'admitted' attack on Asian student. 498
Footsie ready for a Greenspan kick. 473
Free hour starts parking war. 92
FW Thorpe sees light after woes. 266
Geri's flat ransacked in pounds 80,000 burglary. 176
Green in Wolves frame while Muscat is absent. 185
Heavy snow heralds start of spring. 117
High fliers with low costs; Weekends away, cost cutting and 'economy class syndrome' are just a few of the issues facing today's jetsetting executives. Travel editor Lisa Piddington investigates. 1143
High-tech help for firefighters. 165
How crisis is hitting The Archers - and its scriptwriters. 418
Hussain and ECB seek fast-track method as umpires play catch-up. 683
Hydrogen goes down a bomb; Car of future: Ford leads way with green fleet. 208
Icy chill running through Blues. 756
In Brief. 101
In-shape Delta predicted assault on battery market. 384
Internet group looks to longevity. 447
INTERVIEW by email Chris Craddock; Jo Ind talks to personal trainer Chris Craddock about his hectic schedule. 489
Inventive profits of 62pc hits the spot for investors. 316
Kemp follows Fitz-Gerald's lead. 246
Knight out to find race for Best Mate. 373
Labour attacked over lack of hospice cash. 237
LDV opts for the path less travelled. 574
Letter: Building up depleted reserves. 202
Letter: Help us to help CBSO. 82
Letter: Little praise for our tireless work. 801
Letter: Paying for the EU 'gifts'. 347
Letter: Tell us true facts of animal holocaust. 384
Life of leisure for C&R investors. 385
LIFE STYLE: something a little different?; Jo Ind suggests some of life's more unconventional presents to give to mum this Mothering Sunday. 947
Mad Axeman sought Krays help to escape from Dartmoor. 255
McManaman Euro model for Eriksson. 198
Meat 'is to blame for human CJD'. 199
Minding the shop. 111
Mir all set to enter record books - and Pacific Ocean. 604
Mortgage lending beats January blues. 215
Mother's Day Special: delicious treats . . .; Mum got a sweet tooth? Alison Jones looks at what's on offer in the tempting world of food. 560
Mother's Day Special: say it with flowers; Show your mum she's fun and funky. Jo Ind suggest some original ways of giving your mum a traditional gift. 205
Motors stall Secure Trust profits. 222
MUST try; MUST for style RETAIL details MUST for him. 446
Nation turns back on immigrants. 211
New Focus: Still in the van guard; As LDV declares its confidence in a future free from takeover and merger, James O'Brien analyses the company's recent history, while John Cranage takes a look further back into the history of Washwood Heath motor building. 844
Norton's award no flash in pan. 114
Oddy drops bias case against Labour. 335
Organisers' shot in the dark for US Open final. 317
Overtime offer if teachers back down. 331
Packed lunches are a recipe for success. 593
Paralysed pensioner: Man held. 173
Perspective: Grief and hardship nothing new at Winson Green. 611
Perspective: Wildlife haven on a city doorstep; Environment reporter Sarah Probert on the importance of conserving brownfield sites as a welcome home for plants, insects, birds and mammals. 1295
Pervert awaits sentencing. 101
Petals from HEAVEN; Looking for ways to treat your mum this Sunday. Hannah Stephenson discovers all manner of luxurious gifts from beauty products to candles and cushions. 770
Pioneering teenage advice on careers. 202
Police stalk store thugs intimidating workers. 216
Police team tactics catch vicious hooligans offside; As dawn broke, Crime Reporter John Revill joined police in a raid on the homes of suspected football thugs. 989
Poor neighbourhoods receive pounds 50m lifeline; Street fighter: Community activist welcomes payouts. 563
Pop-tastic! 257
Ramsden drops hint. 448
Redmile sinks blank Harriers. 460
Retail therapy. 234
Road crash death a mystery. 186
Services steadily improving, says report. 319
Shaw blames Villa tactics for Angel's blank. 517
Shootings mar efforts for peace. 213
SHOP STYLE modern classics. 354
Simply Divine: FASHION. 256
Submarine commander takes blame for deaths. 352
Suffering Boateng goes home to find solution for ankle problem. 521
Supporting second chances for divorcees; The Rt Rev Mark Santer revealed his anguish after he was forced to marry his second wife, Sabine, in a register office. 464
Talble Talk: firm favourites. 1493
Taylor set for Albion comeback. 540
Teachers in dock for rail trespass case. 246
Teletubbies will be fit for children. 173
Tendulkar in charge before Australia hit India in final session. 495
Tesco goes up-market with Range Rover. 113
The sheepish origins of an industry giant. 900
Theme for today. 142
Thomas is Gullane star. 128
Three Conservative rebels are let off. 268
Tipton's title hopes hit by stunning students' late surge; ATHLETICS. 737
Town Hall has lost its marble for restoration. 288
Tragic deaths of teenager jet stowaways. 354
Travel in brief: News from the industry. 1141
Triple whammy crippled office. 445
United front against virus collapses. 516
Unlucky Ellis laid low by virus in wretched season; DR MARTENS CUP. 217
US blow for Pilkington. 227
US half measure on interest rates. 275
Vision lets firms see future. 263
Wall street: Fine art firm's brush with success mural. 172
Walsh's appetite still undiminished. 403
Watchdog delivers price warning to Post Office. 187
Whitbread sells pubs and bars for pounds 1.63bn. 336
World's largest oil rig sinks amid fears for environmental disaster. 453

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