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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 14, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
'Betrayal of low income families'. 211
'Biggest fat cat of all' gets rise from pounds 1.9m to over pounds 3m. 327
'Workers in tailspin' over Smiths' job cuts as share price climbs. 455
Allegedly bogus nurse worked for year. 185
Arabs still held in US. 130
Archive. 191
Archive: Birthdays. 244
Archive: On This Day. 242
Ashes to ashes for cigarettes. 537
BA offers return flights from pounds 49. 138
BADMINTON: Simon Archer. 127
Bmibaby adds a ninth route. 136
BPB is now plasterboard superstar. 158
BridgePoint's capital idea to invest in Hydrex. 269
Budget Financial Services to close insurance call centre. 120
Business control research cash boost. 186
Calls for fewer smoking areas. 188
Carillion climbing on back of a good year; Sign of the times: Right direction for rail maintenance group GTRM. 498
City View: Fat cat's paws dripping with petrol as public pay. 536
Coltham clinches pounds 12m investment. 377
Commercial Property: Castlemore in pounds 26m metropolitan deal. 104
Commercial Property: Consent granted for prime site. 864
Commercial Property: Land tax by back door, says developer. 447
Commercial Property: Private capital is boosting market; Expert forecast: Metropolitan slowdown good for regions. 445
Commercial Property: Restrictions baulk new development. 726
Copthorne profits hit hard by terror attacks. 530
CRICKET: Steadfast Hussain leads by example. 720
CRICKET: Why golf buggies drive me to distraction; Drag factor: Bears get to work in pre-season fitness session. 743
Culture: Andrew Cowen's Big world of rock - A month of small wonders. 788
Culture: Choice. 163
Culture: Music that sees Naples and flies; Italian jazzers Enzo Rocco and Carlo Actis Dato like to mix a wide range of influences in their free-form music, writes Martin Longley. 1262
Culture: Radio Choice. 90
Culture: Review - Musical world beautifully imagined. 323
Delta will hold out till plumbing price right. 366
Down-to-earth ambitions. 106
Election fall-out: It can only get worse in Zimbabwe. 372
Election fall-out: Winner Mugabe branded a fraud. 487
EU barminess is now turning to leeks. 288
Face to face with the past: Exhibition celebrating history of Anglo-Saxon site. 119
Falconer warning as transfer vote looms. 358
Find new ways to beat drug-drivers. 198
Firm did not label GM ingredients. 172
FOOTBALL: Adebola back on mark. 143
Football: Albion Koumas bid hits net. 738
FOOTBALL: Chippo sets 15-point target. 486
FOOTBALL: Goodman determined to take another turn on Bescot merry-go-round. 566
FOOTBALL: Gunners sparking interest at Villa. 604
FOOTBALL: Hero Hasselbaink flattens Spurs. 313
FOOTBALL: Liverpool keep their hopes alive; Barcelona 0 Liverpool 0. 337
FOOTBALL: Moyes' Goodison talks damp down Megson speculation. 581
FOOTBALL: United book last eight spot. 550
FOOTBALL: Vogts cheered by Burns capture. 355
Football: Williams proving upwardly mobile to boost Blues bid. 616
Former care worker is jailed for abusing boys. 385
Fortis is no longer safe haven as profits dip. 378
French told: Sort out Channel tunnel chaos. 508
Furious 'wreckers' in police reform protest. 468
Fury as stadium parking slashed. 582
Garden row over football led to knifing. 178
GOLF: Laura Davies. 196
Golf: Montgomerie on a mission. 171
Golfers can just imagine getting better. 231
Health and social care must be one, says Milburn. 169
Higher VAT improves chances of joining euro. 325
Hints for headlines. 82
Hostel confession 'made up by police'. 175
Housing families. 83
India holds its breath over religious crisis. 523
Interbrew thirsts for more. 426
Interserve serves up pre-tax profit boost. 345
IT scheme hits jackpot. 110
Jaguar bounds ahead as car sales fall back. 556
Journalist killed as Israeli tanks target West Bank Palestinians. 215
Kickboxing: Bookmakers aim to provide extra kick in martial arts interest; All bets are on for the Battle of Britain, reports Fraser Thomson. 696
Kidnapping charge for mother who snatched son. 421
Laird Group forced to cut back. 451
Leo's concealed MMR jab status angers nurses. 192
Let's make tourism begin at home, says industry chief. 309
Lockerbie appeal wait. 132
Lorries alert over Chunnel closure. 354
Market Report: Nerve brings verve to telecoms sector. 525
Middle East resolution 'very weak'. 536
Miners compensation. 108
Money madness in the NHS. 144
More bodies are found in ruins of Twin Towers. 447
MP hasn't got a Clare in the world. 201
Natural protein find could cure diseases. 497
Need to see into the future? Ask Marge, she knows best. 428
New plan for foot and mouth outbreaks. 338
No harassment from council. 195
Organic benefits. 82
Paddington tragedy prosecutions on way. 235
Perspective: Bewitched and bewildered by the hunt. 723
Perspective: Enter, the Government's Mr Fixit; The future of council housing must be in crisis. Lord Falconer, appointed by the Government to sort out the Millennium Dome, has been put in charge. Paul Dale reports. 1303
Peter and Jane books creator dies. 202
Plea for clemency fails to save Housel. 350
Plucking at heart strings: Musical moment in out-patients' department. 99
Police in Parliament protest over reforms. 228
Post competition - Set sail for the adventure of a lifetime. 504
pounds 10,000 reward for robbers. 161
Primary heads angry over new test targets while existing ones not being met. 371
Pull out stops to raise cash. 96
Quango creeps in by stealth. 153
Queen keen on 'family weekend' of a Jubilee. 311
Racing: Edredon Bleu beaten but not finished yet. 524
RACING: Golden opportunity awaiting Best Mate. 718
RACING: McCoy draws more blanks in pursuit of Richards' record. 541
Residents have their say over hotly-disputed incinerator. 254
Road tolls 'will reduce stress'. 523
RUGBY UNION: Fitzpatrick's all-bleak view of Woodward's job prospects. 508
RUGBY UNION: French to stay alert. 214
RUGBY UNION: Stourbridge bid to cool down South-west's sporting hotbed. 587
Search goes on for buyer to take on city old people's homes. 324
Services slow slide for Computacenter. 248
Severn Trent chief's new role. 94
Shot-soldier raid 'was planned for weeks'. 275
Showcase fashion tips to Africa. 326
Sir Howard stays on at FSA for 18 months. 533
Speedy music threat. 107
Spelman puts Blair on spot over steel grant. 345
Student enterprise on show. 156
Sunbed Sarah begs to go home. 106
Tarmac is keeping Anglo on right road. 400
Teacher kicked pupil in the face, court told. 249
TENNIS: Tim Henman. 88
Thatcher declines invite to Falklands. 195
The Birmingham post Comment: Examining the facts on housing transfer. 530
Theme for Today. 126
Thinktank tickets all in order. 222
Time to unite over pensions, says MP. 209
Train hits tree. 89
Treble yellow lines confusing drivers. 101
Trimble says vote 'sectarian'. 175
TRW turns down Northrop's pounds 4.25bn hostile takeover bid again. 470
Unipart puts the brake on critics. 619
US AIB executives head for 'home turf'. 116
What is the future for my council house?; A postal ballot of tenants on the proposed transfer of Birmingham City Council's housing stock starts on Monday. David Thompson, the city council's director of housing, answers questions about stock transfer. 580
Why posh diners go nuts over squirrel; Meaty dish: London restaurants tuck in to an unlikely Midland delicacy. 590
WORKFORCE: Bob 'not suitable' as builders' role model. 356
WORKFORCE: Engines geared up for training. 193
WORKFORCE: People find balance with help of HR. 653
Yule Catto boosted by US attacks. 249
Zara Phillips. 91

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