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

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'Hair today, but a star tomorrow'. 217
'Most wanted' list terrorist caught. 349
'Our troops will stay until al Qaida threat is finished'. 714
Airbus job threat lifted. 396
All work and no play?; Key findings from the American Express Corporate Travel Barometer. 267
Amey chief under fire over pounds 73m black hole. 360
An evening of note for new Fellows. 474
Arafat offered freedom if he calls a truce. 134
Archive. 261
Ashtenne proves critics were wrong. 258
Asians learn baby life-saving skills. 236
Athletics: Allen flies flag for Harriers in Dublin. 416
Baggeridge fights back from 'glitch'. 438
Balfour buys Kentons in pounds 28m deal. 116
Beauty Style: Retail Therapy. 399
Beauty Style: Top Marks. 204
Beauty Style: What were they thinking? 127
Big in Japan. 117
Bin Laden is alive but played no part in atrocity, says brother. 236
Binman Benji wins back his pounds 77,500. 306
Birmingham Post Comment: Throwing good money after bad. 318
Birmingham Post Comment: Violent crime wave. 225
Black Country launches apprentice scheme. 190
Blown away by the Windy City; Graeme Paterson visits Chicago - Birmingham's twin city - and discovers the ideal stop-over for a long weekend break. 953
Bring it to Birmingham campaign: Stadium 'chaos' splits council. 877
Bronze storks take flight from garden. 166
Brussels brews up a heady mix. 974
Business news in brief. 869
Cancer care wait getting even longer. 500
Candle sale lights the way to aid refugees. 179
Car bomb officers honoured for bravery. 243
Care worker given suspended sentence. 312
Cashman pleads for jailed gays. 368
CD Bramall drives on in Quicks deal. 264
Chunnel blockade 'will cost local jobs'. 501
Churchill China loses 80 staff in plant move. 390
City View: Like a Sam Beckett play, nothing much happens. 511
Cold comfort: Ice shelf collapses. 159
College one of three in country to get top grade. 224
Communities must look to US, says crime expert. 544
Conviction challenge. 85
Couple's first journey abroad - to ask to die. 851
Cricket: Hussain calls for status quo in Test arena. 938
Cricket: Mongia in top form as India seal series win. 314
Cricket: Richardson respect for England's bruised bowling attack. 493
Culture: Absorbing deceptions; Single Spies Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. 363
Culture: All things nice at Ty's Jazz and Spice; It started out as a curry house with an unusual choice of music one night a week. Now it's established as one of the top jazz venues in the country. Terry Grimley looks at the rise of Ty's Jazz and Spice. 1076
Culture: All this and much more Gilmore to come too; Mike Davies meets the independent songwriter Thea Gilmore. 1579
Culture: Exciting lessons in stage chemistry. 230
Culture: How to get the show on the road; The goings-on in regional amateur theatre are rounded up. 778
Culture: Music loses out in battle of the decibels. 198
Culture: TV Choice. 173
Cutting costs but still flying; Business travellers are still taking to the skies but they are cautious about ticket prices. Travel Editor Lisa Piddington looks at what a new survey reveals about how we fly now. 833
Damilola died 'because joke went wrong' - claim. 264
Dancing to a good tune without banking on help. 1123
Deal 'would make us No1 player'. 299
Dighton joins the fast lane with Ferraris. 115
Eating Out. 443
eating Out: On the Grapevine. 810
Europe to consider response to Bush tariffs. 374
Exclusive reader offer: Enjoy top quality theatre at the Rep. 242
fashion Style: STAYING NEUTRAL; Combining European needs with the simplicity of Japanese style, Muji's spring collection shuns temporary fashions for functional co-ordinated essentials. Alison Jones reports. 240
Father angry as school confiscates engagement ring. 250
Football: Boateng rues red fear over deft Pires goal. 757
Football: Clubs in hunt for Blues stars. 370
Football: Colley lift for Lambs. 524
Football: Diamond keen to sparkle. 232
Football: DR MARTENS - Western Marlowe the hero in Warwick comeback. 260
Football: Flowers happy to lend his support to Sky Blues challenge. 376
Football: Houllier sees Reds hit heights. 266
Football: MIDLAND ALLIANCE - Rovers close in after Glassboys slip up. 287
Football: National round-up - Juve 'reserves' still a threat to Gunners. 647
Football: Nationwide League - Hardiker stings City. 164
Football: Proudlock chooses Forest. 385
Football: Smith gives lifeline to Halesowen. 252
Football: Varga boost for Albion. 690
Football: Walsall bid is boosted by Shields. 363
Frank maintains tradition of 'city of thousand trades'. 444
Girl hurt in double crash. 84
Green Paper on planning fails to hear local voice. 476
Home Style: Spring blooms; Don't be a wallflower, says Gabrielle Fagan - get spring flowers in your home. 872
How did they get through security? 263
HP source pours scorn on Hewlett claim. 207
Indulge your sweet tooth. 199
Inflation spurt dies before rise is needed. 399
IP goes global with war chest of pounds 1bn. 303
Jail for road rage driver. 106
Learning to live with your principles. 560
Letter: No snub at all for manufacturing. 235
Letter: Questions for the bishop. 289
Letter: Sad thoughts at the Mailbox. 98
Letter: Why our street lights matter. 269
Lords run a hunting solution to earth. 337
Man arrested in six-year-old murder case. 187
Market Report: Shares power up to top the 5,300 barrier. 562
Menzies gets off to a flying start as air travel fear recedes. 370
Ministers demand inquiry after $3m Heathrow heist. 626
More choose to add a language Bi-lingual skills can maximise trade deals; A way with words: Demand reflects trends in region's business Tomorrow is Birmingham's first Learning Day, a celebration of foreign language learning in the city. Deputy Business Editor Philip Williams talks to an expert in teaching businessmen to speak any language they need. 1216
Motorist's car stolen by gang. 96
Mr M Mouse backs petition against transfer. 163
Mystery of man who never was. 289
On This Day. 205
Open air theatre; There's more to Shakespeare country than the bard as Caroline Foulkes discovers. 447
Pallasades still on right track. 489
Peers opt for Middle Way on hunting. 108
Perspective: From religious fundamentalism to lap-dancing. 615
Plans to destroy theatre are 'mad'. 446
Police informers exposed in Special Branch raid. 283
Police target street gangs. 340
Positives action. 100
Post People: Admiring Armani. 94
Post People: Art and the office. 153
Post People: Clowning around. 117
Post People: Conley casts his spell. 146
Post People: Ed for business. 94
Post People: Food for thought. 103
Post People: Happy birthday to the jewel in city's crown. 137
Post People: Interview by email Restaurant general manager Sarah Dernie. 356
Post People: Oh water circus, oh water show. 209
Post People: One from the heart. 94
pounds 1.4bn satellite to monitor effects of toll road. 378
Prince mourns dog. 87
RAC backs donor law reform. 286
Racing: Ringing endorsement again for Granby Bell. 311
Racing: Supreme Glory out of Grand National. 676
Rallying: McRae set to sacrifice finger in glory hunt. 329
Region 'faces urban exodus unless affordable housing is built'. 402
Rugby Union: Humphreys joy at captaincy honour. 509
Rugby Union: Much-changed England still have Six Nations crown in mind. 857
Rugby Union: Tuipulotu announces exit from Worcester. 391
Secure Trust Banking makes good on bad debts. 327
Snake oil is alive and well and living on the Internet, claims fair trading survey. 285
Speedy success: Manufacturer breaks into Japanese market. 159
Squash: Depleted Priory suffer at hands of Broxbourne. 230
Star 'tried to hide knife on flight'. 349
Sun to power athletics stadium. 330
Table Talk: Masses of taste in stylish Forest. 905
Talking broadband: Telewest opens customer service centre. 258
Taylor Woodrow builds on Bryant. 443
Teaching union says loans 'too little too late'. 404
Thatcher ill. 82
The luxury market is paying off for BMW. 537
Their master's voice: Abandoned pups to train as hearing dogs for deaf. 194
Theme for Today. 166
Thieves get in a pickle. 115
Tories say 'return to roots' of policing. 402
Train drivers strike. 97
Trio scores with Soccer Ice. 216
Water companies bathe in relaxed rules. 458
We do not love war; Yesterday it was announced that Israeli troops had withdrawn from the Palestinian-controlled territory in the Holy Land. The reality is that the tanks are still there. Birmingham midwife Jo Hindley's diary of her telephone calls with her Palestinian friend describe the terrifying reality of life under occupation in the West Bank. 1630
We'll retain blue chips in merger, claims Andersen. 684
Wheels of fortunate: Bikers train for children's hospice challenge. 97
Win a VIP day and night out at the MAILBOX. 415
Wiseman on target despite a sour note. 312
Wolseley survives slump in America. 515
Zimbabwe banned by Commonwealth. 249

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