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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 5, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
'We won't back state funding of parties'. 323
Air traffic 'safety risk' alert. 250
Airport blight hits homes. 488
An air of expectancy. 175
Archbishop hits back in pagan row; Church of Scotland. 421
Archive. 142
Assembly on track for say in railways. 347
Athletics: Weir follows up Games bronze with ideal warm-up for Munich. 301
Beatties 'a leader in training'. 212
Birmingham City Council tower blocks demolished. 188
Birmingham Post Comment: Blighted villagers left in the lurch1. 280
Birmingham Post Comment: Regional triumph. 190
Bowls: Hero Pratt so close to being best of British. 232
Boyfriend is held after Costa death. 317
Bridge solution. 139
Brush up on geography. 90
BT 'likely to launch' Yellow Pages rival. 328
Care homes crisis 'worsening'. 273
Church of Scotland loses pounds 67m on market. 279
City View: Is this the season when Villa's cup runneth over? 543
Colleges face staff crisis due to budget shortfall. 194
Commonwealth Games 2002: Badminton: Archer's golden moment to savour. 318
Commonwealth Games 2002: Boxing: Dolan hits his peak but rest all fall flat. 541
Commonwealth Games 2002: Cycling: Aussies provide menu for success. 490
Commonwealth Games 2002: Hockey: England girls take stormy final setback on the chin. 658
Commonwealth Games 2002: Rugby Union: Rush set to ask the wife for a last tour. 767
Commonwealth Games 2002: Squash: Delighted Nicol finds consolation with hard-won doubles title. 488
Commonwealth Games 2002: Swimming: Thorpe foiled on England's night. 733
Commonwealth Games 2002: Table Tennis: A dream come true for Gilroy. 238
Commonwealth Games 2002: Triathlon: Ali words of wisdom inspire Whitfield. 521
Commonwealth Games: Swimming: Pooled resources; England share glory as Thorpedo revels in Australia day. 912
Council takes on private-sector firms. 311
Cricket: 'A last drag before photos'. 975
Cricket: Atapattu brings improved Bangladesh back to reality. 391
Cricket: Battling Parsons answers Somerset prayers; Saturday Review. 361
Cricket: Credit due to whole team says Tykes star. 302
Cricket: Hereford devalue Cooper show 1; Minor Counties Review. 271
Cricket: Himley singing in the rain; Club Cricket: Premier Division. 743
Cricket: Peters' return provides bright spot amid gloom; New Road: Match drawn. 184
Cricket: Powell is proved a winner by Ostler. 625
Cricket: Selectors turning circles by trying brittle pace pair. 755
Cricket: Smethwick cut gap on pacesetters; Division Two West. 258
Cricket: Storms fail to cloud Shrews challenge. 388
Cricket: Three-wicket Cousins sets up Northants win. 224
Cricket: Wash-outs a boost for Kingsmen; DIVISION TWO East. 205
Cricket: White-hot Yorkshire hit Surrey out of final; C and G Trophy. 649
Culture: Champions of the modernist pioneers; Terry Grimley reviews two exhibitions highlighting collections of modern British art. 924
Culture: Dennis the menace is back; Phil Gould speaks to Paul Kaye about his new show, Liar, and the imminent revival of Dennis Pennis. 1017
Cup of cocoa not sex is men's bedtime passion. 222
Don't hijack regional rule debate, warning. 597
Drive to make museum major tourist attraction; The Museum of British Road Transport is ready for a major facelift as part of Coventry's pounds 50 million Phoenix Initiative, as Sarah Probert reports. 582
Drop taboo, gay Tory tells party. 498
Dylan turns back the years. 100
E.coli hope. 99
Fancy another bout of road rage? Nun for me, says Shane. 327
Final lap: Next stop Melbourne as Queen closes Commonwealth Games. 176
Football: Aussie expertise vital to World Cup 2014 bid. 232
Football: Bruce ready for Palace reunion, Government permitting. 577
Football: Face-to-face talks will resolve Ronaldo future. 241
Football: Fergie told: Sell before making new signings. 241
Football: Gee's Lambs get benefit of bargain from summer Sale; NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 590
Football: Gerrard returns to inspire Liverpool; INTERNATIONAL ROUND-UP. 499
Football: Harriers looking to Flynn for more bite. 426
Football: Jeers bring cheers for Savage. 852
Football: Johnson makes it Vale of cheers. 747
Football: Landmarks aplenty as Balaban stakes claim. 421
Football: League chiefs facing sack after ITV Digital fiasco. 290
Football: Miller's time has come for Wolves. 619
Football: Moors delight in Blake's heaven; NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 379
Football: Moxey: Ferdinand bid just talk. 296
Football: Veron proves his worth as a striking option for United. 490
Golf: Brilliant par caps Mac's triumph. 644
Golf: British fightback sets up Curtis Cup thriller. 404
Golf: Ebihara enters Seniors history in record show. 157
Golf: New pacesetters Warwickshire display champion form. 251
Golf: Play-off birdie ends Davies drought history in record show. 467
Hairdresser flies out to face US trespass charges. 302
I nearly lost George in operation, reveals wife. 340
I thought I was going to die, says disease victim. 636
If you gotta go, go now with a pop song and go out in style like a star1. 503
In brief: BOWLS. 81
In brief: DARTS. 165
In brief: MOTORCYCLING. 216
Investors braced for rollercoaster week. 317
Iraq war could be disaster, Blair told. 691
Judge rules US must name 1,000 detainees. 336
Korean talks resume. 94
Last goodbye from 'Allo 'Allo star after battle with cancer. 428
Legionnaires quiz for workers by police. 285
Leisure group targets Travelodge and Little Chef. 347
Letter: Fighting courthouse closure. 472
Letter: Science with respect for animals. 416
Letter: The need for local justice. 411
Letter: The real questions to be asked on foot and mouth. 450
Letter: Your help needed in fight against famine. 294
Malik family to avoid inquest. 152
Mansell quick off the grid to land orders worth pounds 11m: Business Digest. 165
Marconi chief out as banks move in. 500
Marketing & PR: Figures give happy ending for Saga, sorry tale for BBC; Breakfast is the main battleground on radio and David Hamilton's Saga audience has rocketed by more than 21 per cent from 113,000 to 138,00. Graham Sidwell reports. 375
Marketing & PR: Gardiner new Prova face. 111
Marketing & PR: Haslimann Taylor to take the pea to London. 232
Marketing & PR: McCann-Erickson wins Finning account. 169
Marketing & PR: Salmons in net for new PR operation. 337
Marketing & PR: Share tips: Capitalisation Shape up and step in for fitness chain stock. 408
Marketing & PR: Smart Ideas now asking clients to take a pew. 215
Metals Report: Nickel puts only glow on dull picture. 769
Metals Report: Order books start to fill as confidence begins to grow; Investment pays off: Scottish contracts boost Black Country firm. 440
Official protest against court axe. 284
Oh Mr Porter what can I do . . ? 106
On This Day. 224
Perspective: And the loser is. . . modesty and realism. 819
Perspective: Food for thought; Emergency aid appeals tug at our emotions, but do they actually do any good? Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves listens to the reasons for the latest appeal to provide urgent assistance to southern Africa. 1123
Perspective: Simply not enough to eat; It might seem obvious, but often it gets lost in the rhetoric. Emergency appeals are about helping ordinary people, explains Ruth Stockdale. 554
Pirate CDs cost industry pounds 27m. 151
Racing: HORSE OF THE DAY. 85
Racing: Northern stars rise to big test. 511
Rallying: Double Manx delight for home hero Higgins. 252
Rape girls stabbed attacker in the throat. 398
Republican threat to hospital staff. 95
Reviews: A reliable sextet; Tierra Buena Jazz Band Waterworks Jazz Club, Gough Street. 267
Reviews: Charming little show. 262
Rugby Union: Burke cruelly puts boot into All Blacks hopes in last-gasp drama. 514
Rugby Union: Dragons snaffle Lee's offering. 632
Scout party gunman shoots two in chase. 83
Shoestring entry is a cut above the field; Mud machines: Racing petrol lawnmowers prove more bovver than a hover. 428
Show some enterprise and enter top award. 300
Smoking arrest. 100
Speedway: In-form Karlsson keen to enjoy Swede success. 689
Suicide bomber kills nine in bus carnage. 680
Tennis: Canas completes run over host of big guns. 240
Theme for Today. 230
Unicef Appeal A crippled country is now starving to death; Today, The Birmingham Post joins forces with Unicef to launch an appeal to the people of the Midlands. 523
Unicef Appeal: David - innocent victim of famine. 301
Unicef Appeal: Former MP on song. 184
Unicef Appeal: pounds 4m from Birmingham. 260
Vice girls switch to gardens. 513
Warchalkers make mark in latest hacking craze. 481
Water bosses claim day's delay over parasite warning was 'caution'. 446
What a Triumph: Classic vehicles mark century of famous Midland marque. 93
Young victims of crime helped to give evidence. 452

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