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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 11, 2001)

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'Boss from hell' jailed following sex case. 265
'Ideal family pet' mauls boy at dog rescue centre. 199
'Jungle' must obey law of land. 673
[0] In Brief: CRICKET. 97
Alleged farm killer stays in custody. 116
Archive. 216
Australia name Gregan as successor to Eales. 294
BAA tops bidders in Oman deal. 250
Balaban staking claim for cup spot; Aston Villa's in-for forward Darius Vassell is hoping for a UEFA Cup start. 566
Bankrupt figures on increase. 246
Battle to stop mayor is 'illegal'. 507
Birmingham Post Comment: Government poised to avoid any responsiblity. 534
Blair warned of rough ride as he faces union critics. 500
Blues boss Francis prepared to throw in Poole against Pirates. 473
Bovis finds extra room to grow in the roof. 363
Bring it to Birmingham: Labour backtracks on final choice for national stadium. 451
Business - Market report: The bargain hunters help stop nosedive. 522
Business - News Focus: Investors urged to ride out fragile Footsie. 1226
C&W struggling. 115
Chrysalis fails to transform success into profit. 403
City offers lots for veggies to get their teeth into. 409
Community crime scheme sets example. 308
Coral reef area is smaller than thought and dying out fast. 420
Corus is steeled for battle ahead after pounds 230m losses. 875
Councillors clock up record trips. 548
Coventry triumph to claim county honours; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 141
CPS to consider Prescott file. 424
Cukture: Television choice. 227
Culture - Review: Comedian Davies is having a gay old time; Alan Davies tells Wil Marlow how he has waited a long time for another great TV role. 996
Culture - Review: Como No get into their salsa stride; Fiddle and Bone, Sheepcote Street. 262
Culture - Review: Inspired partnership for an arty debut; Gordon Campbell and John Ruddick Quintet Solihull Arts Complex. 224
Culture: Crace's light meal of just 64 courses; Birmingham novelist Jim Crace tells Terry Grimley why the proof of his new book is in the reading, not the talking. 1272
Culture: Nowt so powerful as folk; Forget the hey-nonny-no image, English folk music is thrilling stuff, says Andrew Cowen. 951
Dobbies' new centre. 113
e-business: Colt races ahead of the competition for NEC. 373
e-business: Easy come and easy go online. 593
e-business: European deadlock over spamming ban. 365
e-business: First degree for mobile computing; Staffordshire University is to launch the first degree of its kind in the UK which will. 230
e-business: Germans have the edge over UK online. 361
e-business: Hollywood's best to come to a PC or cable near you. 654
e-business: Industry learns lesson of being too smart for its own good. 537
e-business: It's good nano-news for laptop computers. 380
e-business: Learn facts of e-business life. 340
e-business: Man's best friend. 215
e-business: Motorola marry best of both chip materials. 605
e-business: PCMS Group in long-term Dixons' deal. 131
e-business: Sun rises on Microsoft's new empire. 519
e-business: Team players could save cash. 446
e-business: Telepong is targeting the 'tweens'. 257
e-business: The Logica solution for future of smartcards. 249
e-business: Vodafone throws down next generation mobile gauntlet. 527
Editors clip wings of drug companies' biased papers. 261
Ennstone smile despite Thistle scratches. 392
Factory gates' costs subdued. 367
Fatal crash as driver asleep at the wheel. 394
Firefighters map out the danger areas. 184
Footsie on a see-saw. 118
Fyffes goes bananas with ripe results. 329
Germans look to future at big show. 1149
Girl, 16, dies of painkiller overdose. 197
Give them a Brake. 308
Gordon Strachan Factfile. 263
Government under fire over vaccination. 423
Graydon short on troops for Trotters. 361
Guided tour reveals the secrets of running a city; Chris Game analyses the key questions raised by Birmingham's mayoral referendum. 822
Hays looks for answers to profit dip. 337
HBoS takes charge of market on its debut. 680
Heineken may reach for Carling. 282
High Court battle for future of CAB. 293
Honda injects hope and jobs into UK car production. 627
Houllier, Hyypia on a high Champions League. 381
IMI slim-down will cost 6,650 jobs. 549
In Brief: CRICKET. 99
In Brief: FOOTBALL. 129
Inflexible tactics without best players; Coventry City fan Euan McCall explains how supporters' anger increased as their teams changed and formations did not. 587
Israelis kill policeman in revenge missile raid. 379
Jackson collapses after gig. 248
Just why did the Triumph triumph? 402
M&S new stores. 96
MacLellan reaps the rewards of retail. 431
Madame's on form to shatter win record. 378
Man 'attacked pregnant bank manager with hammer'. 483
Man quizzed over boys missing since 1974. 458
Many police inspectors face life and death situations unprepared. 347
Megson down to bare bones as fractures break Albion's mood. 523
Men count the cost of all that decorating. 470
Merged group builds reputation and profit. 517
Millfield pays pounds 10m in Heritage deal. 319
Minister denies his flights of fancy in jets. 308
Move creates 275 new jobs at call centre. 459
Musically, times are changing for the worse - Dylan. 570
Nanny serving 25 years in US jail pins hopes on re-trial appeal. 261
Nauru opens its shores to refugees. 442
Nicotine vaccine's first human trials. 417
Night shift stress strains the heart. 262
Nilsson stands in at Coventry. 150
Nilsson tries out Sky Blues hot-seat. 819
No-show actress ends photographs theft case. 274
On this day. 211
Only a full public inquiry will do. 594
Perspective: Bold visionaries only need apply; Birmingham city centre is thriving - but at what cost to the local neighbourhoods in the suburbs? In the first of a three part series, Dick Atkinson author of a book on urban renaissance, puts forward his case for reviving the city's decaying districts Tomorrow: Jo Ind takes a walk around a newly-thriving Balsall Heath. 1361
Perspective: Why we should never tire of hearing about motherhood. 586
Pickard fears clock ticking for Henman. 304
Picture story - Business: View to a thrill. 206
Picture story - e-business: Clair's accessories. 171
Piranhas for Oman. 235
Pop degree is today's answer to Shakespeare. 252
Proud Strachan finally falls. 662
Rangers. 113
Reading the small print not easy task. 535
Research escapes the market gloom. 275
Shop with the Birmingham Post: National Power wrench. 330
Sinn Fein asked to explain Irish arrests in Colombia. 654
Snakes alive. 274
Stolen signals 'could explode'. 94
Suicide ends shooting spree. 690
Swindlers out in force in slowdown. 513
Taking stock as shares hit new three-year low. 512
Tax inspectors car sex tryst hijacked. 200
Tennis New male order in Hewitt's slipstream. 641
Theme for today. 162
Time to stop these fat-cats running away with cream; Business Editor John Duckers looks at what can be done about top bosses' pay-offs in the wake of the Marconi affair. 1144
TMT spells TROUBLE for desperate investors. 526
Toothbrush patent hinges on false teeth. 173
Top charity award for determined mother. 328
travel with the Birmingham Post - Vancouver. 189
Tribute to headteacher. 93
UK publication of Moors murderer book halted by hospital bosses. 470
Union's dawn mission 'rescues' Filipino nurses. 432
Vicar's green hill is far away. 563
VW chief says Ford 'want to buy us'. 242
Warplanes kill civilians. 175
Warwicks short of full control in final scramble Cricket: ARTICLE-DESELECTED. 770
We need more libraries not fewer. 223
Wenger sees full Euro spectrum. 339
Winchester shoots new US film deal. 137
Workers fight 'tax on coming to work'. 304
Worried over political correctness. 141
Young stars in Leicester lesson. 625

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