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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 19, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
'Great news for Scotland'. 142
'Herbal cream' left Isa's skin paper thin and raw. 640
Abbey loses the fleet hire habit. 138
Alliance & Leicester is up for grabs. 650
Andersen set to axe quarter of staff in UK. 399
Anti-smoking group stages protest. 214
Arcadia's fashionable figures back in vogue. 498
Archive. 220
Archive: Birthdays. 205
Archive: On This Day. 223
BADMINTON: English pair in title hunt as Archer slips. 414
Bore close to apologising for transfer plan. 521
BP sent clear message. 96
Burglars may have tipped off RSPCA. 153
Campaign to promote carpets made in Britain. 287
Centre to study earth-bound comet risk. 275
Ceramics copycats smashed. 356
City View: 'Making work pay' takes on whole new meaning. 534
Clarks well shod as its profits soar. 310
Contractor denies negligence over kiln deaths. 215
Council to pay for beds crisis. 578
Councils urged to crack down on 'cancer' of hooligan families. 396
Couple deny charge of racial hatred. 184
Cricket: Busy Bichel hits ground running to open Worcester's assault. 670
CRICKET: Knight and Carter put Warwicks in charge. 293
Cricket: Murali still in frame to make tour. 346
Culture: Child of the house revolution returns; One of dance music's most celebrated remixers is back on the road. Alun Thorne reports. 1148
Culture: Comeptition winners. 118
Culture: Dumas out for the Count; Mike Davies reviews the highs and lows of this week's releases on the big screen. 967
Culture: Enchanting evening of morals and tiny people; Review The Borrowers Malvern Festival Theatre. 326
Culture: literary vein; Tower blocks and teenagers provided the inspiration for the winner of The Birmingham Post Short Story Challenge, as Caroline Foulkes found out. 746
Culture: Radio Choice - Dead Ringers Radio 4, 6.30pm. 100
Culture: Thriller is as tasty as a bucket of popcorn. 647
Culture: TV Choice - Timewatch BBC2, 9pm. 141
DFS cash windfall boosts his Lordship. 586
Diabetics die younger. 103
Dudley call centre for Inland Revenue. 97
Fact file. 153
Fact File. 155
Fencing firm is in receivership. 89
Fiat has car trouble as it orders production chop. 410
Fishy couple arrested. 88
Five die in skyscraper tragedy. 228
Flat-cap king flies into stability shaken Kabul. 200
Football father jailed for biting ear. 145
Football: Black fear of fall-out for Scots. 235
Football: Boro urged to keep up drive for LDV spot. 280
Football: Devlin ready to deal winning hand. 835
Football: Gills chief's quit threat. 118
Football: Harriers' seven wait on Britton. 327
Football: History's omen lifting Albion; Michael Ward on the similiarities of Baggies teams fighting to claim a place in the top flight 26 years apart. 621
Football: Lambs duo win fitness fight to join dramatic title battle. 421
Football: Pearce in race for Coventry job with fellow old boy McAllister. 611
Football: Phillips seeks hard-earned title point. 485
Football: Relieved Saddlers in mood to party. 433
Football: Rodgers lift for Shrews. 273
Football: Vassell is speeding towards Far East. 673
Football: Villa look to find right road for success at Filbert Street. 742
Football: Wolves bonus is Akinbiyi sub-plot. 743
Golf clubs face financial inquiry. 190
Golf: Favourites tag braces Monty. 911
Hairdresser's misery over US terror alert. 139
Historic blow for industry; Ninety years ago this week, the unsinkable Titanic plunged to the bottom of the North Atlantic, with the loss of more than 1,500 lives. With it went a clutch of whistles made by J Hudson & Co. But although the ship went down, after more than 120 years Hudson's is as buoyant as ever, as Caroline Foulkes found out. 777
Husband and wife battling for top award. 417
Inquiry will examine city's housing crisis; Paul Dale looks at the future for council housing in Birmingham now that tenants have rejected a plan for the stock to be taken over by housing trusts. 906
Israelis are simply trying to protect their homes. 344
Israelis leave Jenin with stench of death. 486
It pays to be Prudential; Wise men: New UK insurance venture a winner. 371
ITV Digital football battle set for courts. 281
Jury out in city baby murder trial. 157
Kara, the inflatable caribou, pumps BP. 534
Legal and Finance: 'Hot sector' mergers will follow retail investment. 543
Legal and Finance: American connection; Employing new techniques: Trail-blazers with tribunal video evidence. 236
Legal and Finance: Baker Tilly takes on the Big Five with merger. 319
Legal and Finance: Beedham gets behind Beckham. 148
Legal and Finance: Dee Valley loses energy; Tapping best resource: Group turns its attention to water. 387
Legal and Finance: Enterprise Bill fails to promote a rescue culture for struggling firms. 430
Legal and Finance: Eversheds driving force behind MG Rover link. 348
Legal and Finance: itv Digital - Avoid insolvency drama with parent firm guarantee. 394
Legal and Finance: Onus on taxpayer to do the legwork. 440
Legal and Finance: Reduce the threat posed by bad debts. 402
Legal and Finance: The price is right, says BDO. 190
Legal and Finance: UK companies are guilty of 'quick-fix'. 225
Legal and Finance: Windows on cheap no more. 182
Legal and Finance: Wragge aids Richardson venture. 202
Looking down the line to Labour for funding. 895
Marines' success in first mission. 250
Market report: Nokia warning puts telecoms to fright. 594
Modern Heretage. 99
More misery for drivers. 142
Motoring: A bargain in hot hatches. 358
Motoring: A little big car ready to roll. 913
Motoring: Car buyers should shop round for price cuts. 180
Motoring: Nap alarm will keep you awake. 103
Motoring: Volkswagen unveils the 300 miles per gallon car. 503
MOTORSPORT: McRae out to show true grit on gravel. 405
Move to halt morning-after pill sales fails. 631
New police federation head vows a fresh start. 319
New treatment brings Parkinson's hope. 417
News Focus: An affable Bavarian seeking to mend tainted past. 687
On track: First private branch rail line in region for 50 years. 103
Paper guilty of serious contempt, court told. 446
Part-time US pilot kills Canadians. 192
Pay deals still at low level. 179
Perspective: Local election litmus test for Blair policies. 591
Phone calls may prove innocence. 235
Poor will pay high price for gambling. 237
Pretty in pink: Pc gives chase on girl's bike. 276
Property: A new form of property holding. 433
Property: An oak core and Tudor Roots. 893
Property: Cotswold bargain set in stone. 386
Property: Executive home with attention to detail. 376
Property: Executive homes from Westbury; New Homes. 455
Property: Extra lure of a rare historic detail. 625
Property: For what it's worth: An extra at The Gravels; If it's got to be Warwickshire, up to around pounds 800,000 goes a long way to pleasing most tastes. pounds 725,000 plus might this week buy something older than it looks, nearly-new luxury, brand new rural space - even two-for-one village value. And they are all near Stratford-upon-Avon, realises Marsya Lennox. 1024
Property: Grand newcomer to Gibbet Hill. 423
Property: Last two properties at Waterside Meadows. 278
Property: Rekindling that boarding school magic. 608
Property: Relish the inspiring view of Church Cottage. 450
Property: Ripe for a transformation. 276
Property: Rural idylls of the old school. 860
Property: Take the plunge for a little extra. 296
Property: The heart and soul of the Wharf. 690
Property: Timeless style in city living. 774
Psychiatrist claims Britons held in Egypt being tortured. 316
Public bodies 'rotten to the core', MPs told. 471
Racing: Stoute's King on Classic course. 546
Raising NI 'could hit the recovery'. 454
Red tape is the enemy of change. 494
Red tape threatens growth of industry. 510
Region's architecture proves national worth. 206
Resistance rally for city. 144
Rugby Union: Kiwis claim 'money wins' as Australians get Cup call. 618
Schooling can be an issue of life and death. 315
Scottish television switch 'could boost soccer clubs'. 210
Sex claim woman must wait for result. 335
Shambles of late prisoners in court. 484
Sharon has made everything worse. 250
Shotgun man walks free. 91
Smugglers' haul benefits pupils. 289
Stelios is to step down from easyJet. 385
Students' hall one of three city designs to win award. 456
Study centres to give pupils taste of country life may close. 248
Tapping Florida. 112
Teachers support scrapping tests. 317
TENNIS: Confident Henman continues to shine. 322
The Birmingham Post comment: Bashing Labour. 195
The Birmingham Post comment: Revisiting the figures on council housing. 310
The finalists. 1212
The great escape: Whitten Sand Six hoof it as transquilliser marksman moo-ves in. 92
The hydrogen car is not hot air, promises BMW. 488
Theme for Today. 114
Threat of high steroid levels in herbal creams. 211
Three held over shoe bomber connection. 108
Tomb plan for 'terror' remains. 161
Tories 'will peg council taxes'. 467
Use health spending for beds, says MP. 258
Virgin Radio group sees red after volatile year. 393
We've more than a ghost of a chance, say Bard's men. 552
What have we done to deserve this?; Writer Paul Groves Last month, The Birmingham Post carried the diary of a Palestinian woman in the occupied West Bank. Chief Feature hears how her refugee camp has now been raided by the Israelis and her house used as a 'hotel' by invading soldiers. 1237
Woman punched in car jacking. 248
Workers escape toxic spillage. 151

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