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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 30, 2002)

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'Excited' boy ran into path of van. 179
Abbey's parents tell of 11th hour heart-op joy. 219
Abbeycrest flawed. 180
Adams goes to India. 199
Addict conned elderly out of sponsorship cash, court told. 233
Allied Domecq has little to toast. 474
Anger at Minister's snub on eve of show; Drill power: Making mark at manufacturing exhibition. 829
Anti-euthanasia groups 'relieved' by ruling. 328
Archer on target for Focus fortune. 449
Archive. 209
Bans followed horrific cases. 332
Be good neighbours and end divisions. 656
Bird group swoops on nest raiders. 282
Birmingham Post Comment: Flagging hopes for crisis-beset services. 337
Birmingham Post Comment: Youth first. 290
Britain 'afraid of EU'. 84
Brits will hand captives to Afghanistan, not US. 408
Brother killed sister after shame of affair. 329
Building for a bright future. 573
Bullring promotes safety. 614
Buoyant hopes for construction sector. 353
Business Digest. 88
Charles praises city's new architecture. 403
Children 'let down' by school sex lessons. 413
City living set to cost a lot more. 225
City View: Hidden by Budget's dark cloud is R&D tax credit. 504
Council sends for crisis team. 552
Couple in hijack terror. 206
Cricket: Conditions apply after Worcester's low - Moody; At New Road: Gloucestershire (71 for four) beat Worcestershire (70) by six wickets. 718
Cricket: Equipment guns down Shoaib time. 285
Cricket: Hampshire fail to get better of Kent accuracy; BENSON & HEDGES CUP. 730
Cricket: Hussain fearing burn-out. 725
Culture: Not even her best friends would recognise this was Stephanie Beacham; She's made her name playing tough women, but Stephanie Beacham is taking on the toughest yet, writes Terry Grimley. 1097
Culture: Songs to light their fire; As football fans count down the days to the World Cup, Lesley Richardson looks at the candidates lining up to chase the No 1 slot in the pop charts. 932
D-day for future of stadium bid battle. 292
Degrees of success for city bar; Takeover: Chorion toasts 'stylish and sophisticated' deal. 184
Demerger specialist is off to TSB. 216
Designer's son locked up after sex assault. 331
Digital Sport goes for a strike as Base Group. 236
Drive to cut off misery from drugs menace; Zero tolerance: Campaign targets dealers and addicts. 460
E-business: 'ISP with ears' tries pioneer Internet deal. 208
E-business: Broadband BT talks to AOL over service. 874
E-business: Close encounter with failure of third kind. 517
E-business: Co-creator of X-box resigns as sales slump. 375
E-business: EC proposes jail terms for cybercrime hackers. 425
E-business: Firms still ill-prepared for IT threat. 169
E-business: Generation gap in text message lingo. 255
E-business: Guard against the fatal crash. 564
E-business: Internet giants join forces to expand the 'global roll-out'. 267
E-business: Mobiles tailor-made for professionals on the move. 826
E-business: Picturesque: Website promotes city as short break heaven. 287
E-business: Scams, shams and the UK's largest index of fools. 522
E-business: Sendo's new Smartphone is creating quite a stir. 248
E-business: Spam mail delivered porn not PS2. 169
E-business: Tesco in grocery delivery switch. 531
E-business: This is a wake-up call to BT. 595
E-business: University gets funds to set up SMEs marketplace. 238
E-business: Virus software isn't coping. 171
E-business: Vodafone in 3G delay. 147
Ex-Sotheby chief says 'sorry' for price scam. 165
Football: Albion wary of headhunters. 545
Football: Black set to accept Sky Blues job soon. 370
Football: Brown relishes Preston switch. 489
Football: Burton Albion; NON-LEAGUE. 104
Football: Cotterill calls on Cheltenham to raise the roof; Cheltenham Town v Hartlepool United. 579
Football: Devastated Lambs seek Staffs Cup consolation; Non-League. 189
Football: Ellis plea for clubs to salary-cap stars. 342
Football: Ferguson hails Keane as supreme influence. 287
Football: Harriers chief warns of hard times ahead. 242
Football: Nethercott promising tough night for Blues. 652
Football: Studley BKL; NON-LEAGUE. 122
Football: Taylor aims to help Vassell handle hype. 518
Football: Unassuming Canaries set for battle. 596
Forsyte Saga, which attracted only 6.1 million. 119
Game is likely winner in console battle. 444
General Motors to finalise Daewoo deal. 509
Green teacher nurtures eco-class; A Solihull teacher is striving to achieve eco-school status for her workplace by encouraging pupils to tackle environmental issues. Environment Reporter Sarah Probert reports. 489
HOCKEY: Uncapped Storry and Alltree in England frame. 197
Hooked on learning: Carol Smilie launches campaign to improve adult skills. 129
House hit-and-run. 87
I have no regrets, says Byers. 103
Ice Hockey: Cooper bows out in a Blaze of glory. 344
Indecent photos 'drove girl to suicide'. 262
Investors toast hotel group as shares surge. 400
Jobs go at pets group. 196
Last-ditch appeal for 'a good death' fails. 597
Legal services boss jailed. 218
Letter: Building a case for south wing support. 176
Letter: Golfers and community have benefited from work. 420
Letter: Hotel plan should go to public inquiry. 169
Letter: This destructive development scheme. 703
Letter: White elephants in the making? 400
Linguist helps diabetics. 105
Links with five cities; Trading ideas: Russian representatives look around. 271
Local Elections 2002: Balance of power teeters on knife-edge. 362
Local Elections 2002: Councillor's death could make it a low-key campaign. 310
Local Elections 2002: Labour braced for backlash from the voters. 659
Lodgers face crackdown. 178
Love cemented by husband. 98
Market Report: Gold brings a shine to a rather dull day. 548
MEP takes planespotters case to European Parliament. 286
MG Rover backs school's aim. 303
Mice roars ahead on US upturn. 542
Midland heritage: The Bull Ring. 149
Monkhouse battles cancer. 97
Motorsport: Schumacher reveals driving ambition. 512
On This Day. 230
One million could die in a single bio-strike. 150
Perspective: Welcome to my world . . .; Birmingham is one of the country's most multicultural cities. As Kirsten Jensen discovers, this diversity also means it leads the way in cross-cultural relationships. 1862
Perspective: Whatever your child says, it isn't your fault. 623
PM defends move to use child benefit to hit truancy. 422
Police crack down on rising street crime. 295
Police seek closure of shootings club. 358
Pop Idol star Parties in Park. 89
Prowting sees profits tumble by 87 per cent. 362
Queen was a caring mother, says Anne. 200
Racing: Riders off course in chaos at Plumpton. 623
Racing: Shopper to cash in on a familiar Bath. 450
Rail safety reforms behind schedule. 257
Reporter may have to name sniper. 266
Research warning for older mothers. 169
Review: Grandmaster's no flash in the pan; Grandmaster Flash The Custard Factory. 399
Review: Musical experience that bears repeating; Soweto Kinch & Steve Williamson The Drum, Newtown. 371
Review: The twang's the thang; Hank Marvin Symphony Hall. 255
RSPCA calls for cruelty clampdown. 483
Rugby Union: Moseley rescue to signal Cooper exit. 501
Rugby Union: Teams facing rap after pitch brawl. 487
Security for Le Pen to thwart any assassin. 314
Sewage waste could be the power source of the future. 455
Shop with The Birmingham Post: Parasol elegance. 198
Snooker: Revenge so sweet as Hamilton shocks world No 1. 441
Speedway: Wolves. 259
Stagecoach tells investors rough ride has ended. 577
The day police chased Wombles down street. 562
The train information now arriving ... is probably wrong. 198
Theme for Today. 126
Things looking up - but jobs to go. 599
Tour bus operators made scapegoats, inquiry told. 470
Travel with The Birmingham Post: Golden Jubilee in London. 234
Troops on alert after Ulster bomb attack fails. 250
Two men die in crash with road sign. 104
Unions fear school police plan could fuel problems. 532
US backs Jenin deal for release of Arafat. 556
Well-heeled: $1m shoes on display. 132
When crime does pay; Looking for a bargain? Then log-on to the West Midland Police website, says Caroline Foulkes. 825
Windfall tax to blow holes in BG finances. 252

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