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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 20, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
'Bush is axis of evil'. 90
'Enough is enough' says CBI to industry taxation. 516
'Missis Queen' tells of need for unity. 357
'Soul brother' James Brown off the hook. 89
'We get on despite the deprivation'. 275
'Who shot her daddy?' pleads family. 411
Archive. 202
Asda has won over a million new shoppers. 195
Athletics: Caines' short cut to success. 475
Athletics: Mike Openshaw. 273
Beauty Stlye: For the girl who has everything. . . 267
Beauty Style: Hell for leather; Think again if you associate leather with dated 80s-style - it's the must-haves for interiors for 2002, says Gabrielle Fagan. 748
Beauty Style: Mother Nature sure takes her time. 588
Beauty Style: Retail Therapy. 554
Beauty Style: Sweet for honey; Alison Purdy looks at how to use one of the most natural ingredients as part of your daily beauty routine. 909
Beauty Style: What were they thinking. 169
Birmingham Post Comment: A step in the right direction for health. 310
Birmingham Post Comment: Unsung heroes. 186
Bloody Sunday screens backed. 298
Bosses get to see what poor areas have to face. 246
Boxing: Returning Naz firm favourite. 277
Brammer sinks into red as tech slump hits home. 382
Business Travel: The Big Apple is biting back; The promise to turn New York into an even better tourist destination was made just a few weeks after September 11. As Hugh O'Riordan discovers, it seems the city is managing to pull this off. He visits the city which is, literally, rising like a phoenix from the ashes. 969
Businessmen rank city fourth best in world. 205
Byers gives Nats pounds 30m 'loan'. 621
City is UK best for meetings. 149
City View: Invensys chief puts debt-laden group back on track. 521
Climbie family to sue over torture. 642
Competition Style: De-stress your skin with Montagne Jeunesse. 285
Competition Style: Enjoy St Patrick's Day in capital style. 374
Countryside: The road to recovery: Future of our farms depends on truth; As the EU prepares to set up a Committee of Inquiry into the catastrophic foot and mouth outbreak, MEP Philip Bushill-Matthews welcomes the moves to safeguard Britain's farming industry. 611
Countryside: The road to recovery: It was a blow to the heart of the economy; In the third of a series looking at the consequences of foot and mouth, Environment Reporter Sarah Probert looks at the effects on rural businesses. 759
Countryside: The road to recovery: Mass cull based on 'incorrect assumptions'. 282
Countryside: The road to recovery: Warning over 'bush meat'. 160
Court told of baby death. 156
Cricket: Numbers should now all add up for Bears' pounds 200,000 weakest link. 432
Culture: Stylish farewell from a jazz treasure; As Ronnie Scott's prepares for its last jazz gig, Junior Mance talks to Martin Longley about his career. 1074
Damilola detective denies 'race politics'. 418
Deal a bit fishy, says former Blair Minister. 443
DESIGNS on life; Tattoos may have become a major fashion statement for women over the last few years, but as Lesley Richardson discovers, it is important to make the right choice and avoid any mistakes. 862
Don't assume interest rates are set to rocket, warns Sir Edward. 715
Education fraud scam trial. 280
Ennstone land sale. 284
Enterprise: Companies are letting financial control slip. 552
Enterprise: Conveyor belt contract for breakfast. 195
Enterprise: Franchisors are poised to take Europe. 167
Enterprise: New homes make Sense for the blind. 170
Enterprise: Pensioner's bright idea for safe fan to pay off. 411
Enterprise: Sharing vision is crucial to success. 308
Enterprise: Small firms' crusade is headed by new 'knight'. 397
Family anger over Paras' return to UK. 556
Faraday Lecture to spark imagination. 125
Fashion: New look; Moda UK previews trends for autumn/winter 2002. 494
Fireman forced to resign after attacking colleague. 266
Food Style: Cooking made SIMPLE; A new study found schoolgirls are so ignorant about cooking that one in four can't even boil an egg. Now it seems the closest many come to preparing a meal is following microwave instructions on the packet of a TV dinner. Jessica Shepherd looks at why cooking skills have slumped and finds some easy and tasty recipes that will suit most girls - and boys. 1197
Football fraud arrest. 105
Football: Atherstone starlets eye Albion coup; Birmingham Senior Cup. 163
Football: B & S merger talks to continue. 268
Football: Butler serves timely notice of Wolves strike to celebrate; Crewe Alexandra v Wolverhampton Wanderers. 678
Football: Cheltenham Town 1 Southend 1. 341
Football: Chippo puts deadly boot into Walsall; Coventry City 2 Walsall 1. 750
Football: Clement misses again as Albion start to feel pace; Millwall 1 West Bromwich Albion 0. 757
Football: Harriers hit by stinging Byrne strike; Kidderminster Harriers 0 Macclesfield Tn 1. 357
Football: Injury forces Chelsea Cup hero di Matteo to retire. 397
Football: John sets Blues goal before country. 452
Football: Late Kirsten goal hurts Gunners; Champions' League Bayer Leverkusen 1 Arsenal 1. 336
Football: Lovelock the hero in Boro's fightback. 503
Football: Moseley ready for exodus. 777
Football: Mud puts Boro out of stride; Nationwide Conference Nuneaton Boro 1 Chester City 3. 215
Football: Vassell to follow up friends' formula. 521
Football: Wilson completes Tamworth revival; NON-LEAGUE. 472
Gel shield against HIV. 90
Golf: Olazabal against Cup changes. 1158
Gunman on rampage kills three then shoots himself; Trail of bloodshed: Deaths and suicide in school. 482
Gym backs brothers; Imposing figures: Fitness club is on the ball with rising rugby stars. 326
Hanson leaves continent; Men at work: 'Back to basics' for brick manufacturers. 247
Home Style: Blind ambition; Swags, tails and lavish drapes may still have their place in traditional settings, but the trend today is for a cleaner look in line with the trend for pared-down living. Gabrielle Fagan looks at the way forward for window dressing. 936
Interview by email .. Susannah Wilson. 650
Invensys is selling to buy time to rebuild business. 693
Judge tells inquisitor Milosevic to give witness a 'chance to respond'. 381
Kidnap plot foiled. 88
Last Ford rolls off the line in sad day at Dagenham plant. 447
Lawyers want captured Tipton men given same rights as Taliban. 204
Leadership comes from all, says head of improved school. 400
Letter: Cloning causes untold suffering. 303
Letter: MMR figures are not proof. 106
Letter: Shame of low wages. 196
Letter: Step up culture campaign. 312
Letter: Time to stop spinning yarns about tax rises. 253
Life Style: The fight for true love; How do you add a touch of sparkle to your relationship when the 'honeymoon' period is long over? Sherna Noah gets advice from husband-and-wife authors Nick Duffell and Helena Lovendal on how to fall for your long-term partner all over again - and the surprising rewards a rift can bring. 848
Lifesaver: Grandson saved from choking; 'I did what I had seen on television'. 347
Major drugs network smashed in dawn raids. 238
Market Report: Blue chips down and Invensys takes its toll. 578
Med flights cause the longest delays for holidaymakers. 305
Millionaire and family in horror baseball bat attack at home. 533
Moseley may go to Oxford. 116
NHS in crisis: Baby death rates up in region. 701
NHS in crisis: Kidney cancer cases see a dramatic rise. 552
NHS in crisis: Long trolley waits and cancelled operations cause the most grief. 552
NHS in crisis: UK bottom in heart surgery. 104
NHS in crisis: Warning over 'private NHS sector'. 117
NHS in crisis: Why booze and cigarettes come before health today. 417
Nursery bully just escapes jail. 213
Offer from 128
On This Day. 223
One in ten beds blocked - report. 647
Palestinian raid claims six Israelis. 247
Perspective: Bush isn't only one dogged by election whispers. 638
Perspective: When a minute can make a lifetime's difference; Prepare to harness a global power surge . . . Wil Marlow learns about the importance of tonight's mystical cosmic moment. 924
Pulling power: SFI has ambitious plans to corner high street bar market. 138
Putting faith in science to discover meaning of life. 513
Racing: O'Neill saddened by pre-Festival tragedy. 511
Racing: Robber Baron's chance. 161
Recycled city heat could save 1,000 dying each year from the cold. 435
Referendum to join euro 'could be next year'. 271
Rescue-bid girl dies after arson attack. 114
Review: Poetic power hidden under meringues; Peeling The Drum, Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 264
Review: Virtuoso display holds appeal; Igor Tishin Warstone Gallery, 67 Warstone Lane, Hockley. 378
Rolls-Royce clinches pounds 1.4bn engine deal. 334
Royal Rasta: Queen in the kingdom of the Yardies. 87
Rugby Union: Matt Dawson. 81
Rugby Union: Vickery intent on finishing what departing Saint-Andre started. 533
S&U cashes in as profits should beat top hopes. 334
Scientists in the making get taste of things to come. 800
Shakespeare Trust deeds gift. 97
Shares rise as things look up for Compel. 248
Shop with the Birmingham Post: Waxed pine bookcase. 170
Slowdown is a blow for Fortis. 214
Slug pub chain is to speed up and double its growth. 362
Superheads 'are set to fail'. 525
Table Talk: Food from your mother's table; Alison Davison endures a rather shambolic lunch. 941
Terrorist who shot himself fights for life. 189
The Coventry breaks new records. 431
The Learning City: Freedom of expression; For their grand opening, Smith's Wood School's art centre drafted in some Symphony Orchestra experts. Jo Ind reports. 163
Theme for Today. 170
Top dogs who will bow-wow the nation. 395
Top drugs officer's web of intrigue. 261
Top US president. 90
Tories condemn uncertainty over future of Wembley stadium site. 334
TransBus up despite 'toughest year yet'. 521
Travel In Brief. 561
Travel: America latest: Travel news. 729
Travel: Importance of feeling safe away from home; Travel Editor Lisa Piddington welcomes one hotel group's introduction of safety measures that will help lone female travellers feel more secure. 994
Travel: Regional review to streamline British Airways. 467
Twist in the tale for Jolson hopefuls; John Slim finds more minefields in the path of companies trying to stage Al Jolson's story. 593
Upbeat ITNet carries on climbing ladder. 524
Vaz-Mittal links emerge. 97
Volkswagen is back on right road. 221
Winter Olympics: Curlers reach semi-finals. 190
Winter Olympics: Ice-cool Coomber seeks gold run to join British elite. 827

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