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

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'Harassed' lesbian teacher in payout battle. 417
A King, a Lord and next the Mayor. 142
A Wilde old time that's just about ideal; An Ideal Husband Malvern Festival Theatre. 351
Abortion: Who decides?; Pregnancy should be a time for celebration, for both the mother and father - not a time to go to the law Should men have the right to interfere in abortion issues? Ros Dodd reports. 1287
Aga now cooking up a big spread. 450
Ailing Haas leaves clear path for Agassi. 433
Alchemy will take Novara private. 418
Angry Sullivan pitches in on sudden loss of form. 234
Anti-nuclear demo over rail shipment. 212
Archive. 121
Arrests in Internet child pornography operation. 420
AutoLogical step as Tibbett & Britten moves to regroup. 447
Baby inquest now closed. 198
Bar Talk: THE FOX INN, STOURTON, NR STOURBRIDGE. 1228
Bar Talk: WINE of the week; Chosen by Clive Platman, chairman of the Mercian Wine Circle. 104
Bears push Pears out of elite corps. 669
Birmingham Post Comment: Labour farce. 329
Birmingham Post Comment: The folk that live on the ill. 277
Blacksmith fined after teenager severs hand. 241
Blessing for clergy to become MPs. 314
Boom, bust and a four-year-old girl's favourite colours. 726
Breakthrough in Corus jobs talks. 261
Brigadier to fight on till job is done. 239
British aid workers kidnapped in Somali. 343
Brooklyn's pounds 56,000 gift to Posh mum. 112
Brush up on key law areas. 196
Byers challenged over Robinson report. 215
Cannabis growing expert is jailed. 299
Cannock set win target in tense finale; SCHOOLS. 163
Celebrities go public on decades of hate-mail torment. 191
Chamber for Black Country. 211
Change Your Life in 5 Minutes. 252
City style: Being part of the city EXPLOSION. 516
City Style: TALES FROM THE CITY. 847
City View: Birth of new ideas - without maternity leave; Nevill Boyd Maunsell. 390
Cole benefits from Eriksson's therapy. 634
Connelly steps into Muscat's boots. 588
Cost of Rover to BMW pounds 2.5bn. 666
Council sick of workers being ill. 539
Court fight over orders for killing. 103
Crimefighters get chance of bidding for pounds 1m handout. 339
Culture, Television and Radio: New blood means Rose is revived; The latest goings-on in local amateur theatre are rounded up by John Slim. 672
Culture: Back out into the cold; Peter Whelan's new play for the Royal Shakespeare Company draws closely on his own experience as a young soldier in war-ravaged Berlin, he tells Terry Grimley. 1081
Culture: Ex-Policeman Summers relives his jazz age; A new musical life is now emerging for Andy Summers, reveals Stuart Harris. 804
Curry export capital is hot-spot for creating jobs. 514
Determined Bucks hand rivals their worst loss; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE Telford 3 Chester 0. 289
Dim Eclipse blinds sight of Headlam profitability. 367
Disease may have been imported. 146
Dozens injured as reign of terror descends on occupied zones. 543
Dudley Zoo needs Lottery help. 208
Edworthy urges Sky Blues to keep belief. 271
Eligibility row puts Republic to passport test. 394
End of a BBC era at Pebble Mill. 255
Facts of Lord Kitchener's death. 120
Fallon's delight at comeback ride. 345
Family's appreciation. 198
Farms must look to a greener future. 378
fashion style: 80's Summer Swirls; You can have very different looks this summer, with American preppy style and 80s summer swirls hitting the shops, says Fashion Editor Carole Ann Rice. 258
Firms still losing out over late payments. 539
Foreign meat blamed for country's disaster. 431
Gilchrist warmed by day on fresh field. 472
Give thanks to the Tories. 104
Goals role for Elliott as Brown looks long; TONIGHT'S QUALIFIERS. 450
Greening provides killer touch for wasteful England; UNDER-21s. 532
Hague condemns Tory race remarks. 295
Harriers role for Medou-Otye. 375
Hoddle still talking on Spurs job. 247
Home Style: OLD vs NEW. 747
Home Style: Take the kitchen sink with you. 524
Home Style: THE PROS AND CONS NEW PROPERTIES. 268
Honda to step up car output despite losses. 341
I did not see assault, says former detective. 421
Imagine ... there's no takers limo lennon. 198
Impressive art taken with a pinch of Salt; Royal Birmingham Society of Artists 4 Brook Street, St Paul's Square. 310
In-form Malvern's final approach to twin peaks. 415
Investors bank on many happy returns. 452
Jolly hockey sticks over pounds 10.5m boost for sports and arts. 496
Keep Govt out of countryside. 175
Kennedy was shot from grassy knoll, says Brit. 445
Kiwis blaze past hapless Pakistanis. 600
Loder looking for happy returns to home ground. 503
Lower rates boost mortgage demand. 200
Macedonian fears of urban guerrillas. 207
Mahmood's future in the balance as NEC refuses to back selection. 396
McIlroy fights shy of new pitch battle. 197
Money for nothing. 92
MORE THAN JUST A LICK AND A POLISH. 665
Mother of doorstep baby found. 115
Moving Away. 229
Murder was better than sex, says Navy serial killer. 702
Neighbours ready to unite forces in search of audience. 232
Nurturing respect for any creed or colour; Birmingham councillors meet today to discuss the establishment of Britain's first state-funded Islamic school. Richard Warburton takes a look behind the scenes at the Al-Hijrah Secondary School. 689
O'Connor desperate not to be Blues' Achilles heel. 608
Offering hope: Prime Minister impresses regional leaders. 169
On This Day March 28. 131
On This Day March 28. 244
party people. 91
Pensioner spared prison - for now; Nellie's reprieve: Magistrates adjourn case on non-payment of business rates. 556
Perspective: Don't condemn jerry-builders for quick fix solutions. 628
Pig man denies being source of outbreak. 247
Pigswill out and vaccination in to combat virus; Nick Brown. 359
Pioneering a healthy retirement. 112
Police held girl of 12 in custody. 131
Police in desperate hunt for paedophile. 317
Poor treatment of an excellent vet. 122
Post people: Charity Quiz. 124
Post People: Children First. 97
Post people: Dudley and District Business Club. 112
Post People: INTERVIEW by email; Jo Ind talks to Natalie Hickman about her passion for clubbing, jeans and the proposed new Selfridges store. 799
Post People: Loft living. 83
Post People: Looking Forward. 107
Post People: NSPCC dinner raises pounds 70,000. 107
Post Read: Retail therapy. 195
Premier shows its mettle. 177
Prince pays last respects. 134
Profit bowls Maiden over: Cash sticking to posters. 111
Prostitute death riddle. 173
Question of taste key to success for retailer; Cut and dried: Food specialists have right ingredients to win award. 453
Rain puts further dampener on racing prospects. 451
Renault's star car sets benchmark. 264
Rescue plan gets a warm welcome. 170
Retail Details. 394
Royal appointment: Illuminating experience for Prince. 261
RUGBY UNION. 110
S&A tops menu on jobs front. 369
Senior USAF pilot feared dead in crash. 385
Shepherd goal puts ice on City fightback; Non-League. 286
Shutts lays siege to sales ramparts; Highest honour: King of a pounds 15m empire. 124
Slaughter goes on as farmers wait in fear. 342
Softly-spoken engineer of BMW success leaves rivals in slow lane. 570
Spires rises to stake first spin claim. 223
Standard Life enjoys surge for its products. 194
Strange logic behind culling. 89
Strange prepares to build bridges. 336
Stress, strife and sicknotes; Chief Feature Writer Ros Dodd examines why sickness rates within certain sectors of industry are spiralling Absence rates and disability claims are much worse than they were 20 years ago. But that doesn't make sense because we are much healthier than we used to be Prof Andrew Oswald. 1247
Table Talk: Favourite Dish; A favourite dessert from Simon Morris, of Grafton Manor near Bromsgrove. 277
Table Talk: Return of the FONDUE; Thirty years after it first hit the dinner party scene, the fondue is making a comeback as entertaining takes on a more informal approach. Hannah Stephenson reports. 829
Table Talk: Star in it's own Right; Alison Davison visits a Michelin starred pub in Titley. 871
TABLE TENNIS. 94
Taxpayers face pounds 1.2bn tunnel ride. 503
Teacher problems must be sorted. 96
Technology in the dock for pounds 250,000 trial. 301
Telecom firm cuts off 1,200 workers; Final call: Ericsson announces job losses. 397
Television Choice: ER: Flight Of Fancy; Channel 4, 9pm. 151
Television Choice: The Sound Of Music - After They Were Famous; ITV, 8pm. 139
Television Choice:The Cops; BBC1 9pm. 180
Theme for today. 152
Theme park protest as cull claims Daisy the cow. 292
Tired England's engine overheats on home turn. 1097
Top honour for media queen. 570
Tories to be red-tape slashers. 203
Tormentor jailed for burglary. 238
Train on wrong line leads to carnage; Desperate bids to stop driver: Eight dead and toll likely to rise. 507
U-turn on tax credits says Byers. 544
UK airlines group to take over traffic control services. 512
Ukrainians' happy hunting ground. 217
Unhealthy policies blamed for sick cycle; A vicious circle has led to levels of absenteeism at Birmingham City Council reaching record levels Paul Dale reports. 543
Vaz under fire for lack of Balkans knowledge. 226
Vet's cancer cocktail is tested on humans. 259
Vice 'hypocrisy' claim. 221
Why should the PM decide when we vote?; Chris Game argues the case in favour of fixed dates for elections. 854
Wolseley stays cool with a pounds 22m deal. 239
Workplace stress helps LA Fitness. 277

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