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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 30, 2002)

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'May God make us martyrs'. 803
'Paranoid' US schools ban pupils playing cops and robbers. 189
24 injured in multi-vehicle pile-up. 355
500 jobs go as floods make mine unsafe. 228
A cross to bear: Good Friday open-air service draws over 500 worshippers. 238
Airline reviews ticket policy after businessman missed meeting. 275
Airport noise group is ready for take-off. 420
Andersen 'the audit firm of future'. 508
Antiques and Collecting: An instinct for the beautiful; Shape your sensitivities and study the master painters from the pages of a fine book, says Richard Edmonds. 977
Antiques and Collecting: Collecting Diary. 149
Antiques and Collecting: Potters ancient and modern; From Beatrix Potter to Harry Potter, Harry Hawkes looks at the latest famous figures being produced by the Royal Doulton ceramics factory. 651
Appointments: Just the Job: More women flying high to reach their goals. 507
Appointments: Transco top jobs in the pipeline for trio. 383
Archive. 245
Archive: The Ball Game: Past masters of dark arts. 887
Archive: The Ball Game; Football is not just about scoring goals. Chris Upton hears how Atherstone plays to vastly different rules. 826
At the movies: Interview Britney Spears: Britney's strictly on the record; Alison Jones treads carefully with pop queen Britney Spears who's in Britain to promote her first film. 1152
Big Breakfast TV Show goes out with a bang. 254
Birmingham Post Comment: Europe holds the key to our future. 293
Birmingham Post Comment: Let Eastside evolve. 226
Books: Book lines. 604
Books: Crime File: Double evil offers real thrills. 630
Books: Detective work puts Bible into spotlight; James the Brother of Jesus. By Robert Eisenman (Watkins, pounds 14.99). The Moses Legacy. By Graham Phillips (Macmillan, pounds 18.99). Reviewed by Simon Evans. 783
Books: Grand creatures of the twilight zone; The Book of The Courtesans. By Susan Griffin (Macmillan, pounds 18.99). Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. 413
Books: Images from the past . . . 125
Boyfriend of actor's daughter is found dead. 467
British troops in Kabul bomb scare. 431
CCP's new customer contact centre to create 400 jobs. 402
CD Review: Badly Drawn Boy - About a Boy (XL). 234
CD Review: Beatle Jazz - Another Bite Of The Apple (Zebra Acoustic). 108
CD Review: Classical Sir William Walton - Collected Works (BMG). 260
CD Review: Destiny's Child - This Is The Remix (Columbia). 339
CD Review: Eric Coates - Calling All Workers (Naxos Historical). 137
CD Review: Jazz/World CD of the Week: Tomasz Stanko Quartet - Soul Of Things (ECM). 262
CD Review: Mark Eitzel - Music For Courage & Confidence (New West) (XL). 340
CD Review: Mark Lockheart - Imaginary Dances (StayTuned Records, distrib Proper). 171
CD Review: Mbawula - Southern Grooves (Dancing Rhino distrib Harmonia Mundi). 100
CD Review: Neil Young - Are You Passionate? (Reprise). 290
CD Review: Nicolas Simion Group - Balkan Jazz (Intuition). 106
CD Review: Simon Shaheen & Qantara - Blue Flame (ARK 21, distrib Universal). 147
CD Review: The Dear Janes - Skirt (Sore Thumb). 410
Celebrity compere; Familiar face: Young Professional of the Year. 285
City hopes Irish eyes will smile on plans. 292
Consumers are flexing plastic at every opportunity. 420
Don't strike, teachers warned. 591
Driver drags woman from her blazing car. 188
EU could self-destruct, Stuart warns politicians. 544
Fab four in rollercoaster of a ride to Singapore. 387
Family: Shelf Life: Jayne Howarth reviews the latest publications for children. 303
Family: Twice the trouble, or double delight?; Preparing for the birth of one baby is tough enough. But what happens when you discover there won't be one, but two? Caroline Foulkes finds out. 1595
Football: Bosses sowed the seeds of Digital doubt; Neville Hadsley suggests the Football League have been the architects of their own downfall. 888
Football: Bruce sees Palace distraction; Birmingham City v Grimsby Town. 661
Football: Dyer good enough to bend rules for Robson; Premiership Action Newcastle United 6 Everton 2. 564
Football: Elland cauldron no bar to Fergie's title plan. 532
Football: Gunners chairman's finance ceiling to limit Wenger spending. 457
Football: Harriers pair in call to arms after Molby closes book on historic chapter. 574
Football: HIGH STAKES; SATURDAY INTERVIEW: Crouch aims to rise above being latest in line of Taylor's beanpole strikers Graham Taylor ended nearly two seasons' observation to swoop for Peter Crouch, writes Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad. 1504
Football: Lee looking for long way up to avoid Chairboys' summer slog; Scunthorpe United v Cheltenham Town. 256
Football: Lions seek improved fortunes with Dublin; First Division news. 318
Football: Roeder sees Premier clubs being hit by collapse of television deal. 441
Football: Shrewsbury desperate to put house in order for play-offs; Shrewsbury Town v Torquay United. 198
Football: Sir Jack calmest in line of fire; Burnley v Wolverhampton Wanderers. 660
Football: Sky Blues left reeling after frenzied affair; Sheffield Wednesday 2 Coventry City 1. 735
Football: Taylor sees old pals' act breaking up Villa mould. 610
Football: Walsall see Byfield move farce stop on hard shoulder; Walsall v Gillingham. 387
Football: Wanchope in Cup race. 120
Football: Wolves targeted in Megson's Black Country nerve war; West Bromwich Albion v Barnsley. 671
Football: WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN: England chart-toppers silenced by Germans. 720
Footballer loses court fight over secret affair. 643
Games: Dead Or Alive 3 (Tecmo) For Microsoft XBox Price: pounds 44.99 Out now. 269
Games: Wreckless: The Yakuza Missions (Activision) For Microsoft XBox Price: pounds 44.99 Out now. 305
Gardening: Garden Chores. 92
Gardening: Garden Diary. 343
Gardening: Go for gold with simple pond life. 732
Gardening: Reader offer: Have pride in your garden. 209
Gardening: Terry's wild about world of plants; Kirsten Jensen meets Terry Dagley whose 'untidy' garden attracts countless animals. 510
Genetic research battle over rice 'map'. 261
Glandular fever can't keep Harry off slopes. 355
Golf: Clarke takes route 65 in US. 346
Health: Learning to live with IBS; Irritable bowel syndrome now affects around one in three people in this country, although experts are still unsure exactly what causes it. Andrew Davies finds out how one young woman has coped with the illness that first struck when she was just 16. 1678
Health: On The Pulse: New risk of developing TB. 1012
Help asylum seekers tune in. 105
Hero returns to the Falklands. 675
Hormone drug linked to birth defects in boys. 228
Hospital temps company wins capital contract. 332
Irish dissidents are linked to car bomb. 252
Israelis will isolate Arafat, but he's safe, insists Powell. 242
John Bright: Eversheds lawyers lapping up lovelies in pole position risk red light. 1096
Letter: Driven to road rage. 170
Letter: EU regions spell end for true democracy. 335
Letter: Integrate, not separate. 263
Letter: Stalin not like Hitler. 144
Low A-level grades result in high drop-out rate. 291
Manx doubles daily trips to Isle of Man. 256
Motor Racing: Coulthard gets up to speed. 1040
Motor Racing: Villeneuve wants F1 to shelve 2004 rethink. 177
New hospital one-stop shop. 127
Non-League Football: Beckett looks closer to home in new generation game. 492
Non-League Football: Bromsgrove Rovers: Rovers 'on outside looking in' SEASON COUNTDOWN: MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 297
Non-League Football: Comfort zone beckons if Nuneaton rise above their station; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 584
Non-League Football: Good habit of lifetime is Mills spur; SEASON COUNTDOWN: DR MARTENS PREMIER. 488
Non-League Football: Halesowen Town: Phillips delights in Yeltz outlook; SEASON COUNTDOWN: DR MARTENS WESTERN. 380
Non-League Football: Head for heights at Ludlow; SEASON COUNTDOWN: MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 182
Non-League Football: Jackson holding balance of power; SEASON COUNTDOWN: MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 314
Non-League Football: RUSHALL OLYMPIC; SEASON COUNTDOWN: MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 260
Non-League Football: Sahota keeping stiff upper lip with Wednesfield off title pace; SEASON COUNTDOWN: MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 221
Non-League Football: Solihull Borough: Frustrated Busst says Boro are at point of no return; SEASON COUNTDOWN: DR MARTENS WESTERN. 392
Non-League Football: Stourbridge: Tough calls hold no fears for Stourbridge boss; SEASON COUNTDOWN: MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 256
Now you can be fined for speeding in the harbour. 245
Officer wins by an ankle. 143
On the box: It's been a pleasure getting to know Sam; Kim Medcalf tells Wil Marlow how she quickly felt part of the family on the EastEnders set. 1046
On This Day. 218
Outback detainees break free. 198
Over eight per cent of 'best' big companies in world in UK. 135
Parents in battle to save special school. 168
Pearl murder trial will be held in jail. 424
Personal Finance: Banks cashing in on the trillions in family wealth; For the super-rich families of today, the problems of handling enormous wealth have become so great that banks are setting up whole departments to help. Geneva-based Karen Iley investigates. 800
Personal Finance: Financial balance pays off in long run. 512
Personal Finance: Invest in an ISA but shop around. 348
Personal Finance: New equity release mortgage. 223
Personal Finance: Personal Finance Sorting out honest bankrupts from the reckless spenders. 503
Perspective: Appliance of science; Robert Matthews tells chief feature writer Paul Groves how physics is to blame for making your toast fall butter side down. 1165
Perspective: Child curfews that can store up future troubles. 665
Police facing benefits probe. 155
Police swoop on eggs stolen from Scottish osprey nest. 306
Pop Idol Will pleads with missing teenager to get in touch with family. 368
pounds 100,000 final phase for city's green oasis. 252
Praise for college's open-door policy. 317
Racing: Ace McCoy leaves no stone unturned. 279
Racing: Ad Hoc agreement depends on Carberry's fitness. 481
Racing: Court's weight of Irish expectation. 356
Racing: Ian Semple. 147
Racing: Maguire goes public on road to recovery. 228
Racing: Pitman hurdles option on Grand National prospects. 559
Racing: Red Bullet. 113
Racing: Red Liason's chance. 537
Racing: Redback. 178
Racing: Reveley's tactics to earn just reward. 477
Racing: Scoop6 rollovers. 166
Rambling: Stroll through history. 1006
Rates likely to rise but not yet. 584
Reservist flies in to help RAF beat terror. 309
Residential Property: Business on the right tracks; The Old Station has space for work and play, Helen Macklin as reports. 850
Row flares over secret Muslim land deal. 264
Saturday interview: Judy Ledger: Charity star Judy finally gives it a rest. 2351
SAY THAT AGAIN...; The week's best sporting quotes. 256
Schools 'holding back pounds 29m'. 626
SCOTT on SATURDAY: Wolves get a whiff of the unthinkable. 1086
Shami Ahmed raising offer to buy Moss Bros. 304
Shot soldier inquiry boost. 136
Smooth operator Goldin sorts out America's biggest bankruptcy. 540
Superbike: Regulations create Reynolds' title obstacle. 371
The Iron Angle: Join the city council and see the world; Birmingham City Council under scrutiny with a slant. 649
The week in pictures. 120
Theme for Today. 156
Thyme to reflect: Medieval herbalist gets the right mix. 97
Travel with The Birmingham Post: Shopping in New York. 317
Travel: Give yourself a break; The Association of British Travel Agents says other popular destinations for the weekend are Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Prague, Venice, Rome and Madrid. 827
Travel: Passport to travel: News from the Industry. 1146
Travel: Sailing into blue heaven; The joys of a luxury cruise can be dangerously addictive, as a pampered Phil Brown discovered on a trip round the Med. 1598
Trio in battle for Waterfront prize. 275
Video: Jeepers Creepers (Cert 15, 90 mins). Horror. Gina Philips, Justin Long, Jonathan Breck, Patricia Belcher, Eileen Brennan. 221
Video: OUT TO BUY. 142
Wealth of black talent recognised. 144
Weekend: Blade at the cutting edge; Wesley Snipes is back in business as the half-human, half-vampire superhero of Blade II. Rachel Blackburn met him. 872
Weekend: Look back in anger; Many servicemen who fought in the Falklands War still suffer from post-traumatic stress syndrome and the lives of their families have been blighted. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves hears the harrowing story of one man caught up in the horrors of conflict. 3052
Weekend: Timetable of Falklands War. 965
Weekend: When mum decides it's time to go; In the new drama Man And Boy, based on the bestselling novel, actress Natasha Little faces a huge dilemma. She tells Cathy Mayer how she had fun while dealing with difficult family issues. 943
Wheel press largest in the region; Crash of the Titan: Machine freed from watery grave. 247
Zara riding high with her parents' help. 161

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