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

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'Put money where mouth is' and bring back grants. 444
'Water cool in school' campaign. 186
7 Group on prowl. 147
A new chapter needed in law. 787
Ahmed will make new Moss Bros bid. 390
Appliance of science to art of pint pulling; Fastest draw in the West: Quick-pouring beer tap eases pressure at the bar. 801
Bid battle gathers pace for Quicks. 226
Big Ron scores on city homes transfer. 206
Birmingham Post Archive. 185
Birmingham Post Comment: Nursing NHS back to health. 318
Birmingham Post Comment: Reassurance if nothing else. 232
Bomb suspect wrote manual on how to make explosives at home. 442
Boom is a bust for first time buyers; Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves discovers how spiralling house prices are making it hard for people to get on to the property ladder. 1636
Brandon tools up for attack on hire market. 390
Caffe Nero brews a top deal with Aroma. 500
Call for new watchdog in the wake of Mittal affair. 394
Cannabis relieves patient's MS pain. 469
Charity Appeals. 100
Chiltern signs pounds 371m trains and track deal. 694
City View: Drug users in workplace are dangerous warns EEF. 525
Competition: Win a week in Malaysia. 589
Corbett's pounds 125,000. 108
Crematorium operator held as police find more dumped corpses. 357
Cricket: Axed Waugh starts fightback with runs. 271
Cricket: Hamilton Masakadza. 87
Cricket: Opener doubts keeping option. 677
Culture: Captivated by Howard's way with Mozart. 340
Culture: Fabulous fusion in music of the Med. 350
Culture: Folk singer Dillon takes the roundabout route to success. 324
Culture: Lindsay's in charge of men behaving sadly; Actress Lindsay Coulson plays another louder than life wife in the BBC's new drama, she tells Phil Gould. 770
Culture: New musical expression. 257
Dear Mr Banker... Yours, Bob Dover. 261
Directly elected mayors to be given a 'voter-friendly' makeover. 568
e-business: Bill shuts gate in bug search. 81
e-business: Broadband key to EU target for e-commerce. 382
e-business: Egg moves to number oner. 89
e-business: Euro tax law eases 'home' handicap. 611
e-business: Fresh start: New HQ for chain software supplier. 225
e-business: Holding the key to an era of great challenge. 457
e-business: IT coach: The big drive is on for training. 213
e-business: Nanotech is new name on investors' lips. 597
e-business: New division targets IT issues. 261
e-business: PR disaster - and, as usual, only the lawyers will win. 607
e-business: Quality at the double. 132
e-business: Second MD for Vector. 119
e-business: Seminar to hear what CRM is all about. 279
e-business: Source of concern for software buyers; Cerys Wyn Davies examines the advantages of taking precautions against an insolvent IT supplier. 502
e-business: Tarmac finds it pays to change systems. 406
e-business: Telewest at the double for ISPA awards. 153
e-business: Top brands invest in Internet domains. 301
e-business: Travel spins a busy Web. 189
Ear bite token pay-out. 99
End of the road as Land Rover buys UPF's debts. 563
Energy firm linked to Germany. 504
Equestrianism: Michael Whitaker. 124
EU hits Mugabe with body-blow smart sanctions; Election fever: President's supporters carry his image at a rally. 302
Father given life for killing his daughter. 117
Fishing boat search. 102
Five killed in day of two suicide bomb attacks. 174
Football: Albion in dire need of Moore back-up; Millwall v West Bromwich Albion. 571
Football: Brown hunts points from Swifts return; Dr Martens Western. 337
Football: Go-ahead for Albion clash. 195
Football: Goram out but Healy has hope at Sky Blues. 479
Football: Grocutt strengthens Tamworth title chase; Dr Martens Premier. 250
Football: Harriers' play-off quest can ease pains for injured captain Blake. 301
Football: Harriers' play-off quest can ease pains for injured captain Blake; Kidderminster Harriers v Macclesfield. 442
Football: New-look Blues need to put evidence of progress beyond reasonable doubt. 611
Football: Non-LeagueExtra - Steelmen in friendly. 122
Football: Robins in focus for priority. 237
Football: Saddlers getting to the points; Coventry City v Walsall. 627
Football: Stakes are high as Alpay plans Villa comeback. 844
Football: Stern examination for Staffs; Schools Football. 167
Football: Sturridge catalyst for Wolves to assume leading role. 397
Football: Wenger is up in arms over Vieira ban fear. 437
Four years for joyrider who killed widower. 347
Fur is flying as real thing hits trail for a comeback; Touch of luxury: Fashion fair brings back fox, racoon and even hamster. 328
Give your all or leave, workers told. 367
Golf: Broadhurst seeking consistent progress. 437
Golf: Stars pursue $1 million upset. 501
Grandfather reveals how heart attack saved his lfie; The 'lucky' one: Routine tests uncover no-symptoms cancer. 391
Hey, we're not the devil in all this; Bottom line: Accountants hit back at Land Rover after UPF-Thompson receivership deal is struck. 1317
How to pull the perfect pint - in 14 seconds. 176
Joint venture's bid wins pounds 215m water contract. 277
Judge urges jury to use 'common sense'. 311
Keeper of royal purse. 95
Letter: A grim future unless parents given MMR choice. 378
Letter: Foxed by theories on the hunting ban. 221
Letter: Let's put care of elderly to the vote. 472
Letter: New formats just aren't cricket. 388
Letter: No manager, but a golden era for Villa. 166
Letter: Setting the regional record straight. 285
Letter: Why we should jail the phone thieves. 155
Lloyds TSB backs down on Abbey. 181
Lord Corbett fronts Castle Vale project. 299
Lottery-win partner is charged with murder. 125
Market Report: Innogy sparks some energy on a dull day. 562
Metric martyrs lose to 'supreme' EU law. 561
Metro: Help us beat the vandals. 215
Millennium jewellery heist was nearly gem robbery of all time. 465
More police patrols after city killings. 109
Motorcycling: Chaz Davies. 109
Move to refuse a public inquiry 'tainted', says QC. 581
NHS hit by pounds 5.6m agency nurse bill. 614
Not guilty plea to hostel fire murders. 605
On This Day. 230
Patients exposed to HIV-infected worker. 165
Perspective: Did Chopin's mother force her son to learn? 790
Police reject British soldiers' version of Kabul shooting. 358
Protest over busy road bus lane plan. 288
Protest will greet public inquiry over incinerator. 335
Queen greeted by 21-gun salute on Jamaican tour. 171
Racing: Chance for an end to losing run. 403
Racing: Rouble is a bit of a star; Next meeting - Friday. 706
Radio Choice. 81
Raiders of the Dome pay dearly for pounds 200m failure; This was a very well planned and premeditated attempt to rob the diamonds' owners, De Beers, of what would have been the most gigantic sum in English or any other legal history Judge Michael Coombe. 760
Rail performance figures in spin row are released. 530
Raising flat profile with bubbly new campaign. 440
Refugee is saved from wrongful deportation. 242
Repairing 'fabric of country life' after outbreak cost pounds 45m. 393
Robber caught by 'wrong team'. 205
Rugby Union: England unfazed by Pacific storm. 250
Rugby Union: Pienaar mauls RFU. 568
Rugby Union: Wilkinson on target to find great heights. 818
Search starts for country's brightest. 598
Shortage of nurses could hit NHS plans. 174
Sir Edward urged to back manufacturing. 555
Spilled beans in motorway jam chaos. 82
Still loads of office space wanted, says Platt. 335
Teacher was allowed back in classroom after sex assaults on pupils. 475
Teenage murders. 92
Tennis: Venus Williams. 114
Tesco in lead but no sign of a price war. 396
The grass seemed greener abroad, but I have stayed; In the second of a series looking at the consequences of foot and mouth, Environment Reporter Sarah Probert finds out how a Staffordshire farmer is battling to recovery. 841
The Millennium Star. 378
Theme for Today. 193
Too heavy for Virgin. 116
Troops miss Gibraltar. 107
TV Choice. 183
Two killed, five are hurt in pile up. 99
Untaxed car? We will get you, warn police and DVLA teams; Off-roader: Clamped vehicles will get a ticket to not ride - and a bill. 269
V Festival scoops top event award. 156
Vicar accused of keeping a loaded handgun at his home. 80
VIP-Heinke acquired in multi-million pound deal; Sealing the deal: Grove Industries has a reputation for growing concerns. 447
Viva flamenco!; Kirsten Jensen meets a group of dancers bringing colour and vibrance to the city. 523
Warship jobs' joy. 167
We consult, but we haven't spoken, admit developers. 549
Winter Olympics: Curlers fail to meet Coomber halfway; British hopes of 'Super Wednesday' doomed. 605

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