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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 13, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
A&L says we're OK. 187
Alcoholic drank red wine as his wife hanged herself. 302
America is chasing genocide criminals. 306
Archive. 193
Armed forces held in reserve for disasters. 393
Asylum centres are 'recipe for disaster' - peer. 603
Atomic bomb remnants sale row. 126
BA to give no-frills run for money. 195
Benefits Agency blunders cut income support to the needy. 433
Birmingham Post Comment: Isolation will increase fear factor. 500
Black Rod leaves No 10 smarting. 187
Bloop may be giant beast of the ocean deep. 348
Break with past but Fiat in no hurry for American sale. 1032
Builders find suspect bomb. 140
Cash call for centres to follow city in tackling shop thieves. 509
Casinos too much of a gamble. 503
Child crooks to blame for rise in street robberies. 371
City can learn from its wealthy US twin; My kind of town: Transport hub and industrial centre. 1197
City View: How the fattest of cats gets the lowdown on pay. 497
Co-op's lessons for today. 118
Colorado burns as thousands evacuated. 551
Competition: Win a fantastic holiday to Beijing. 366
Consultants given extra money for emergencies. 396
Convenient for 10 Group. 137
Cricket: Bears' power all home-grown; First day of four: Warwickshire have scored 295 for four v Leicestershire. 541
Cricket: Murali to put Hussain powers of retention to test. 753
Cricket: Screen Test as ECB face up to clash of Englands. 331
Cricket: Surrey hit back after Bicknell blast. 200
Cricket: Worcestershire's dashers shivering in frozen north; Chester-le-Street (first day of four): Worcestershire have scored 153 for five against Durham. 721
Culture: Big world of rock: Magical mystery tour to perfect dream wedding. 853
Culture: Curtain set to rise on path to stardom; With its first HND course graduating this year, and plans for a degree in acting in the pipeline, Birmingham Theatre School has come a long way in ten years. Andrew Davies talks to principal Chris Rozanski. 851
Culture: Rep offers twice the fun for autumn; Jonathan Church turned round the fortunes of Birmingham Rep with a strategy of offering more choice. Next season there will be even more, reports Terry Grimley. 1268
Culture: Review: Intrigue of Disney in panto land; Beauty and the Beast Birmingham Hippodrome. 431
Culture: Review: Wonderful recipe for tasty treat; CBSO Symphony Hall. 250
Daring to take skills to most needy countries. 727
Decaying dental unit may go. 464
Divers targeted in US fear of terror from sea. 220
Drastic plastic: Cards and 'smoke cloak' to thwart intruders. 159
Dry rot treatment caused jubilee blaze. 298
Elton renews court fight over pounds 7m touring costs. 376
Eon makes final leap toward Powergen takeover. 277
Expanding again: Yates going for growth. 96
Floods kill 150: Huge area of China under water. 82
FOOTBALL: Birmingham City. 137
Football: World Cup 2002: Argentina failures in school of finishing; GROUP F Sweden 1 Argentina 1. 742
Football: World Cup 2002: Defensive display the best-ever for Hedman. 377
Football: World Cup 2002: DENMARK'S DANGERMEN. 343
Football: World Cup 2002: Ferdinand alert to Danish quality. 607
Football: World Cup 2002: Germany's pledge on 2006 tickets. 164
Football: World Cup 2002: Leading export warms to task; England 0 Nigeria 0. 862
Football: World Cup 2002: McCarthy's team to give 'potential winners' difficult game. 621
Football: World Cup 2002: Mellberg enjoys sweet smell of Swedes' shock success; Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad finds Aston Villa's Swedish duo in positive mood. 597
Football: World Cup 2002: Paraguay's dramatic comeback rewarded; Slovenia 1 Paraguay 3. 218
Football: World Cup 2002: Rivaldo wary after exit of Brazil rivals; GROUP C. 347
Football: World Cup 2002: Spanish reserves prove difficulty of Irish challenge; GROUP B South Africa 2 Spain 3. 590
Football: World Cup 2002: Vassell welcomes Scandinavian challenge. 601
Football: World Cup 2002: Win-or-bust Italy face Nesta gamble; GROUP G. 338
Footsie 100 boot goes in on more top tech stocks. 266
Forces failing over science. 97
Formula One: Stoddart fights for Minardi F1 future. 538
Friends fall out over 'payment' paintings; Bitter feud: Conservative frontbencher's wife wins battle for return of pictures. 381
Frozen products group warms up. 496
Golden Jubilee Special: 1960s Fashion: The thigh's the limit; It was the decade in which the people swung and the hemlines rose. Jo Ind assesses the sartorial 60s. 617
Golden wonders: BodyCare takes advantage of health and beauty boom. 261
Golf: Buffoons deserve plenty of credit. 768
Golf: Now's the time for Tiger hunters. 968
Healthy kidney removed, court told. 485
Hedonists give bar revamp Yates vote. 534
ICE HOCKEY: Solihull. 162
Insurance closures. 172
Israelis kill five attackers as Sharon set to meet Blair. 503
Japan turns away four Villa fans. 222
Kingfisher in clear for French DIY bid. 327
Letter: Dangers created by city cyclists. 156
Letter: Empty signs cost lives. 162
Letter: Hunt ban is revenge for Tories' destruction of mining. 421
Letter: Let's start to fly the flag in proper style. 120
Letter: Society reliant on private car. 152
Letter: Tories' choice doesn't add up. 269
Letter: Unified scheme is recipe for strife. 403
Mail boss cuts back on his jobs before major changes. 564
Market Report: Bad share day puts city at crossroads. 530
Midlands heritage: Julie Walters. 118
Millionaire case major wants to sue. 177
MoD in row over adviser's new PR role. 301
More freedom for councils to raise funds. 272
Oasis sees growth take on ring of confidence. 275
On this day. 224
Our God. 166
Perspective: Falling flat at the hands of US giants; Are we really only good at making bosom-heaving costume dramas? Richard McComb despairs at the state of British television. 846
Perspective: Last chance saloon for carers in crisis; Health Correspondent Jenny Hudson speaks to MP Terry Davis five months after the publication of his landmark inquiry into Birmingham's bedblocking crisis to find out what lessons have been learnt from last year's debacle. 842
Perspective: When rage strikes nothing beats a good cry. 644
Play it again and again and yet again. 120
Police can do it by the book thanks to new online guide. 328
Police guard on gun victim. 591
pounds 90,000 to link region's private and state schools. 186
Powys to the people: Royal visit triggers population boom. 114
Princes Trust faces bottom slap sex claim. 297
Prison praised despite cramped conditions. 178
Property trough is over - now for recovery. 343
Racing: American Caller can have ball at Ascot. 701
Radstone at cutting edge of defence technology. 325
Rapid growth priority; Hire aspirations: Tool lease company to focus on doubling size. 309
Refugee's Channel ordeal. 136
Roll-Royce wins pounds 122m order from US. 80
Rover in foreign parts warning. 495
Rumsfield offers US help to stop militants. 164
Ryanair boss makes pounds 30m on shares. 164
School fire visit gave Deladem courage in home blaze. 476
Shop with The Birmingham Post: Jubilee jigsaw. 201
Soft drugs policy attack by Hoey. 118
Splashing out: Volunteers are invaluable to the daily life of Acorns' hospice. 124
Street crime falls under crackdown. 200
Taxpayer could pay for party politics. 447
Tennis: Dokic class and nerve tested by brave Ahl. 589
Tennis: Pullin's actions as good as her words to produce upset; Michael Ward reports on a ray of British sunshine finally able to sparkle at Edgbaston Priory. 648
Tennis: Rusty Henman still conscious of need to go back to basics. 826
The smart house that can even find your lost keys. 570
Theft suspect is teacher. 80
Theme for Today. 168
They Said. 80
Threat from 'dirty bomb' exaggerated, officials admit. 255
Top marks for school books. 264
Tory MP tells of wife's cancer battle. 232
Travel with The Birmingham Post: All aboard Orient-Express. 195
Trust hearing over 'cleared' specialist. 250
UK journalist in court under Zimbabwe's new media laws. 283
UK's wannabe lean machines fall short. 340
Woman sues NHS for trauma after guilt feelings over abortion. 367
Workforce: Training on job 'is poor'. 420
World Cup: Argentina's exit raises biggest cheer; Rush hour came early to Birmingham yesterday as England fans drove into the city centre for the big game against Nigeria. John Revill joined them at one bar. 552
World Cup: Gambler's pounds 3,000 for a day's work. 217
World Cup: Rush hour reduced as Sven's men beat jams. 301

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