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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 19, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
'Streets too rich and safe for patrol'. 171
Actors told to boycott British films over pay. 364
Airlines ask government if aid is on hand. 864
Annual exhibition draws global players. 689
Archive. 174
Baby killer has case referred to appeal court. 329
Back on the slippery slope; Bienvenue: Former Dome supremo Gerbeau is new ski boss. 327
Bank joins interest war. 838
Bears wait on Pollock decision. 174
Beckham breathes life into tedium; CHAMPIONS' LEAGUE. 522
Beryl left off Booker shortlist. 399
Birmingham Post Comment: Better to ask a direct question. 507
Blues hit by Little beauty. 790
Boyfriend's outrage over toddler's death. 124
Breast test puts cancer patients at risk. 377
Bring it to Birmingham Campaign: Awful Wembley not place for stadium - soccer boss; Wembley is a perfectly awful place to get to for supporters and as keen as I would be to see a national stadium in the London area, I cannot believe anybody in their right mind would choose Wembley if we are starting again, which we are David Sheepshanks. 555
Bulls slip, Boro battle; NON-LEAGUE. 195
Business view: Slowcoach Bank nearly misses the rate-cut bus. 506
Campbell injury hits England plans. 375
CCR offers taster but no meat to future plans. 363
CHECK this OUT; Fashion Editor Carole Ann Rice discovers Tesco offers affordable style for the whole family. 420
Child porn pervert jailed. 80
City of LIGHT; Laura Elston visits bustling Kuala Lumpur and discovers a city brimming with bargains - whether it's designer watches or well-priced hotels. 861
Club form of Liverpool's England seven strengthens Houllier confidence. 449
Club goals come first for worried. 286
Cobham joins the aerospace freefall. 544
Code Red spawns high-speed virus. 215
Condon's confidence for clean World Cup. 139
Crash escape leads to death. 108
Culture: Glimpses of life in the abstract; John Cornall reviews a major touring exhibition devoted to one of Britain's leading post-war painters, plus other exhibitions showing at MAC. 796
Culture: The boys are back in town; As The Prefects prepare for a reunion, Martin Longley looks at the band's past and future. 1076
DCS slumps deep into red amid global IT despair. 404
Dining Style: Concept brings gourmet dining into the home. 783
Dobie doing business for fast-improving Albion. 723
Doctors' inaccurate equipment is putting lives at risk - survey. 557
Don't tell anyone, but. . .; Juicy gossip and scandalous rumours add spice to a dreary day and we all secretly love being in the know. Lesley Richardson uncovers the etiquette of the perfect gossip. 876
Enterprise: Chase is on for an eastern foundation. 397
Enterprise: Holiday firm banks on Mickey to save the day. 397
Enterprise: Now, more than ever, confidence and stability are priorities. 758
Enterprise: Pension fines ahead. 208
Enterprise: Personal touch combines health, life and business. 758
Firemen raise pounds 70,000. 173
Five years for driver who killed best friend. 531
FOOD On the Grapevine. 545
Food Style: PORK on the wild side. 789
Futre Style: Call me STYLISH. 1723
Future Style: Science Watch: Controlling the elements. 860
Future style: What does it all mean? 639
Future Styles: Toys for the BOYS!; Ten years ago, most of us had never heard of e-mail. Now we would be lost without it. So what's in store for the next ten years? Jo Ind reports on a show which predicts our electronic futures. 769
Gatland's hardest cut of all as Irish defend perfect state; Rugby Union. 500
Gibbs ends Wales days. 166
Ginola set to lift lid on Villa row. 201
Government has final say on mayor. 485
Government living in a dreamworld. 272
Guard dies in bungled burglary. 157
Hard work pays off as Saddlers halt their slide. 548
Harold Shipman detective dies of heart attack. 229
Hemming defies high-tech gloom; Business Staff. 328
Hick's visit Down Under scuppered. 246
High-riding Spencer can make mark. 416
I'm too old to be leader says Mallon mallon; Politics is a very demanding profession. There are no nine to five elements about it. It cannot be done on an ad hoc basis Seamus Mallon. 605
Inmates too scared to report prison racism. 364
Interview by email ...Karen Tirebuck. 1000
Jerry Hall burglar faces jail. 122
Kennedy sounds perfect note for nervous Wolves; Gillingham 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 3. 587
Kington's grounds for fight to go up. 550
Lapenttis promise Britain noisy reception in bullring. 366
Laura Ashley blooms again. 496
Let these events teach us compassion. 196
M&S 'negative hit' makes life tough for Baird; CITY STAFF. 260
McCoy set for record? 151
Mother and son jump to their death. 245
Net closes in on bin Laden. 684
New man at the helm of Hammond law firm. 515
Nilsson aims to end drought against unpredictable City. 519
No cash in coffers to fund beds, warning. 239
O'Neill furious after late penalty; Juventus 3 Celtic 2. 216
On This Day. 235
Out of the ruins grows great unity. 255
Perspective: Final escape from living hell in 'the home of the poor'. 643
Perspective: The ashes of disaster; New York artist James Croak volunteered to help the emergency services recover bodies from the rubble of the World Trade Centre. Here is his story. 1011
Pervert 'plotted to torch his own home'. 381
Pipe lines up strong challenge for classic. 310
Police in high-tech blitz on car crime. 175
Pollock demands more as Aussies and India loom. 457
Pressac's shares fall as it seeks takeover suitors. 232
Prostate pill offers early treatment. 308
Regent Inns pulls out of Pitcher & Piano talks; Business Staff. 565
RETAIL THERAPY: with Carole Ann Rice. 281
Right time to deal with IRA. 154
Rodgers and out for sad Harriers; Shrewsbury Town 4 Harriers 0. 306
RSPCA call for curbs on teen airgun owners. 244
Ryder Cup Board set to move quickly on new Belfry dates; GOLF. 716
Seesaw session sees index close down 50. 533
Shares hit as price of power tumbles. 433
Smugglers jailed for pounds 14m cannabis haul. 565
TABLE TALK Grown-up cooking oozes with good taste; In a quaint Cotswolds restaurant, Alison Davison discovers a place that prides itself on quality - and serves an absolutely divine pudding. 818
Tesco forges ahead in the war of the aisles; Raised stakes: UK's Number One supermarket reports soaring profits. 440
Thanks for rate cut - let's have another. 803
The people have spoken but what do they mean?; Seat of power: Council leader ponders Government's move over Birmingham mayor The result of a consultative ballot on a directly elected mayor for Birmingham has been announced. Chief Reporter Paul Dale asks if we are any the wiser. 614
Theatre: A shot in the dark with musicals; The goings-on in the region's amateur theatre are rounded up by John Slim. 756
Theme for today. 183
Thorntons profits bitten; Bitter sweet: Chocolate-maker 'on course' despite falling sales. 283
Torture boy moves hand after fire ordeal. 275
Tory chief defends Cash front bench move. 468
Transco gets new mains deadline; Business Staff. 315
Trio of exhilarating contrasts. 498
Two drinkers shot as masked gunmen burst into village pub. 267
Villa seeking home comforts. 750
War on terror: Arafat declares unilateral ceasefire. 248
War on terror: Bomb threat terrifies London to New York flight passengers. 458
War on terror: British and Irish missing. 987
War on terror: CBSO sour note. 95
War on terror: Community leaders appeal for calm amid fears of anti-Muslim anger. 564
War on terror: Extremist group banned from freshers' fairs. 445
War on terror: Fast-track justice. 100
War on terror: FBI says there may have been fifth plane; There are individuals co-operating. There are a number of individuals that are not co-operating Robert Mueller FBI director. 595
War on terror: Flying takes on a whole new meaning. 283
War on terror: Hijacking suspect 'met Iraqi'. 255
War on terror: History cautions Bush to beware Afghan adventure. 554
War on terror: Holy war is threatened as Musharraf considers the lesser of two evils. 520
War on terror: Hoon sounds the alert over chemical attack. 218
War on terror: Hope fades for any survivors. 361
War on terror: Islam not the enemy says Blair. 598
War on terror: Musician sorry for US 'gaffes'. 189
War on terror: PM strides globe in bid to defeat terrorists. 708
War on terror: Pointed crackdown: Corkscrews among confiscated baggage sharp caption story. 183
War on terror: President urges US to keep on giving. 677
War on terror: Public seek solace in church visits. 262
War on terror: Search & rescue. 209
War on terror: Semtex hoax holidaymaker appears in court. 156
War on terror: Stars' pledge. 93
War on terror: Thousands wander desert as borders shut. 707
War on terror: Welsh terror link. 86
We need action - not words. 154
We should shut Channel tunnel. 117
World of IT will be there in a Tic; Steve Pain looks at what Midland companies can expect from the Technology Innovation Centre, part of Millennium Point. 711

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