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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 9, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
'Cure' for common cold. 388
'West friend' prison officer loses psychiatric damages claim. 539
Accountancy giant takes network in new direction. 972
Addicks hold no fear as Albion look for history to repeat itself. 555
Archive. 227
Australian consultants ready to give advice. 197
Back to the grassroots for stripped down music. 270
Band with the reek of well-oiled precision. 271
Barents Sea gives up tragic nuclear sub Kursk in unique salvage bid. 461
BBC editor died of overdose. 230
Big clash with City likely to bite dust. 334
Birmingham Post Comment: Bin Laden's isolation exposed. 294
Birmingham Post Comment: Halt brain drain. 199
Blair issues warning of 'long haul' ahead. 599
Boxer's damages more than pounds 2m short. 624
Boy killed by train as he searched for lost dog. 367
BT steps into pounds 16bn market. 360
Bumpy ride ahead for rail repair firms. 292
Campaign to stop the graduate brain drain. 607
CCTV footage raises hopes of spotting motorbike PC killers. 254
Church schools need 'to raise standards'. 705
City View: Railtrack shows up new risk for shareholders. 496
Conference on future of farming. 212
Convincing article. 101
Council snub has Moseley viewing Government help. 726
Court delays are among 'worst in country'. 411
Culture: Bright in colour, emphatic in outline; Julian Opie talks to Terry Grimley about art, language and urban sheep. 1060
Culture: Saturday juniors know the score; On Saturdays Birmingham Conservatoire throws open its doors to a younger batch of students. Christopher Morley joins the fun. 749
Cutting loose for effective expression; Nitin Sawhney Warwick Arts Centre. 267
Deakin on target for Erdington; Schools Football. 162
e-business: Activities to focus on e-benefits. 332
e-business: Audio, video and music a Real bargain. 244
e-business: Canon sees the bigger picture. 430
e-business: Car parts boost raises the flag for industry. 515
e-business: Casting customer net far; Future package: John Lewis enters virtual territory. 430
e-business: Computer security on the move. 277
e-business: Curzon's purchase. 208
e-business: Financial services sees slump in job prospects. 297
e-business: High Street sales defy world crisis. 362
e-business: How Mr T changed the working world - and relationships. 632
e-business: Importance of being earnest about the Net. 216
e-business: Leaders' plea for stable economy in face of war on terror. 629
e-business: Many servers are putting out the welcome mat to hackers. 512
e-business: Market is safe as houses. 237
e-business: Microsoft hard sell: Pounds in their Pocket PC. 124
e-business: Microsoft may 'play hard ball' and hold out on a settlement. 1028
e-business: Pace steps up. 210
e-business: PocketPhone's upwardly mobile switch switches to One 2 One. 284
e-business: Productivity now static. 337
e-business: Pylons to double as antennae. 204
e-business: Three decades of e-mail, heart-rending and happy. 750
e-business: Tokyo techies step into future. 743
e-business: University hits pounds 1m fees paid online. 279
e-business: When it comes to finding friends, we're switched on. 585
e-business: Workers' wit can cost bosses a lot of grief. 449
EasyJet battles with the big boys to fly the skies. 913
Electronic Boutique snaps up Scoregames. 322
Employees stake their future in Beazer. 387
England stand by bristling approach. 630
Ex-Bay City Roller in porn case can carry on nursing. 427
FA cash package deal for England. 594
Fallon sights on Catterick. 489
Fighting on for sterling. 176
FIT staff in transfer to Eurotel. 163
Fragile Footsie steps up to weather storm. 487
Freed journalist had been on hunger strike. 317
Get out of jail free on your birthday; Thieving bank worker spared jail Thief is spared jail on her birthday. 344
Gregory ready to shuffle his pack. 630
H Pickering ponders as Smith makes swift exit. 359
Harris back to lift Priory. 199
Harry Potter toys billed to top the Christmas charts. 329
Health costs of takeaways. 432
Hedman returning to keep up Coventry's proud home guard; WORTHINGTON CUP. 514
Hospital head re-appointed. 82
Hospital inquiry into baby death. 210
Human error blamed for 118 dead in plane crash. 775
Ignore offer for shares in group, warning. 343
In Brief: FOOTBALL. 87
Increase in alcohol and drug abuse. 192
Increasing insight into cancer wins Nobel Prize. 427
Inspection at Lingfield. 87
Justice report is 'major assault on jury trial'. 742
LDV steers clear of Daewoo. 667
Little sympathy for collapse as public vents its anger. 769
Maine Road revenge mission outweighs domestic unrest at Blues. 461
Marconi shrugs off claims of Government help plea. 580
Marketing & PR: Hazel is connected to the board. 154
Marketing & PR: Helios goes with the flow for Matki campaign. 162
Marketing & PR: McCann Erickson is leading agency. 380
Marketing & PR: Seal sees return of Claire for top post. 392
Marketing & PR: There's no need for doom and gloom merchants even in a recession; The economic downturn is driving discipline, writes Catherine Connan, partner at Armadillo. 461
Marketing & PR: Willoughby brings home delights of Midlands. 211
Markets stay calm after Afghan raids. 200
Military conflict leaves Pakistan considering neutral Test option. 525
Morshdi forced out by injury. 211
Mothercare stocking up. 184
My Musical Education. 89
Needs rewrite get in model. 115
No stranger out on the rescue trail. 178
Not all dangerous drugs are classified illegal. 325
On This Day. 210
Perspective: British industry must now hold its nerve. 458
Perspective: Certainly not averse to celebrating a little poetry. 766
Perspective: Tough words, but is anyone listening?; The bombing raids against Afghanistan have been greeted with acclaim in the West, but not everyone is happy. Chief Reporter Paul Dale examines the 'usual suspects' who say jaw, jaw is better than war, war. 1245
Police name sports car death driver. 116
pounds 3.2m aid to help beat hospital beds crisis. 279
Private investors will be last to get cash. 419
Prostitutes banned from suburbs take to city centre. 386
Ravens stroll over failing Titans. 267
Real power of independence. 248
Recruits appeal for prison inspection. 227
Rich and full-bodied launch; Central England Ensemble CBSO Centre, Berkley Street. 253
RUGBY UNION Robinson thrown Wales debut thrill after Thomas injury blow. 457
Scotland is the one to give subsidies. 307
Senior's aerospace division takes a nosedive in present uncertain climate. 616
Seve rallies 'soldiers' for match play bid. 865
Speedway: Final spot beckoning for Wolves. 262
Splendid (but ghostly) feast of music; Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra Symphony Hall. 251
Strong man Burge rose to challenges as player and ICC referee. 759
The future is rosy for phone group Orange. 341
The hunt for EU courage. 218
Theatre is to stage a party. 105
Theme for today. 200
Third profit warning from troubled Zurich. 338
Thousands of small firms face fines following pension cut-off. 458
Time to make a joyful noise. 1379
Tobacco firms fear 'mayhem markets'. 268
Tories must stop saying sorry for past, says Davis. 616
Transport solution at the end of a line. 213
Trimble fails to oust Sinn Fein. 614
TV's Rev Green is missing the point. 237
Unwitting accomplice to arms race. 484
Up for Cup:High-fliers hit pocket of resistance. 228
Virgin drivers not up to speed. 562
Virgin plans go full tilt. 619
Walsall Reggae Boyz blues By Hyder Jawad Chief Football Writer. 589
War on terror: 'More action elsewhere' warning. 208
War on terror: Afghan civilians wake up to a changed land. 451
War on terror: Americans back action. 98
War on terror: Arabs fear their faith is USA's real enemy. 368
War on terror: Bin Laden ally suspect held in Bosnia. 169
War on terror: Blair talks to Arab TV. 264
War on terror: Blunkett in move to protect vital supplies. 429
War on terror: Britons in Indonesia at risk from militants. 312
War on terror: Call on all Muslims to support holy war; Anger: Thousands turn against Pakistan leader Musharraf in civil unrest. 680
War on terror: E-mail plays part in easing lonely hearts. 439
War on terror: Early efforts make Enterprise easier. 320
War on terror: Faithful should unite not separate. 653
War on terror: Four EU countries fall into line behind Britain. 564
War on terror: Homes deserted in panic as Kandahar is struck. 430
War on terror: Human rights call by Amnesty to both sides. 225
War on terror: Latest attacks 'all American'. 466
War on terror: Mentally ill man tries to enter cockpit. 126
War on terror: Middle Eastern leaders may be the new target. 320
War on terror: MPs told of tactics and targets. 840
War on terror: No civilian casualties, say alliance. 283
War on terror: Opposition forces begin advance south. 232
War on terror: Parliamentary Sketch. 470
War on terror: Peace call: Christians and Muslims stand united in Victoria Square twilight vigil. 456
War on terror: Planes risk aid drops to show attacks not aimed at civilians. 386
War on terror: Rule of law 'first casualty' of raids. 302
War on terror: Second man contracts anthrax. 756
War on terror: Successful start to a long war says Bush. 383
War on terror: Taliban targets 'damaged, disrupted and destroyed'. 597
War on terror: Taliban will 'disintegrate like a house of cards'. 250
War on terror: Twin Towers widow faces deportation as an illegal alien. 325
War on terror: Two young Palestinians killed in anti-US protest. 374
War on terror: UK ready in case of terror reprisals. 369
War on terror: Ukraine releases 'proof' they did not shoot down airliner. 327
War on terror: US police on highest state of alert ever. 505
Warwickshire champions make Goode. 347
Why did company go off the rails? 360

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