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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 11, 2002)

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'Hands-free' cuts phone radiation. 142
'Panic' closing down final pension plans. 536
Added customers lift profits for BSkyB. 526
After 33 years it's time to see your career wheelie get behind you. 875
Airport fire chaos hits passengers and flights. 207
All to play for. 139
An act of kindness may kill baby animals. 281
Ancient boundary is the best division. 279
Antiques & Collecting: A close eye kept on antique valuables; As Birmingham bids to become Europe's capital City of Culture, Harry Hawkes looks at a multi-million pound antiques and collectables show at the National Exhibition Centre. 1056
Antiques & Collecting: Hold on to the china in your hands tightly; Richard Edmonds discovers the key to buying antiques lies in thinking about the future. 1353
Appointments: Adrian faces a taxing new job. 370
Appointments: Just the Job - Bosses need to do their homework. 507
Archive: Historical jewel turns back clock; A few miles outside Birmingham city centre Chris Upton finds a fascinating Jacobean mansion. 825
Archive: Restored gardens with power to amaze. 979
AT THE MOVIES: STILL A FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH; Fans will be out in force to see Attack of the Clones, the second of the Star Wars prequels. However, director George Lucas has a long way to go to overcome the disappointment of The Phantom Menace. Wil Marlow looks at his chances. 1013
Athlete's boyfriend loses 'attack' appeal. 314
Bandari can do it again for Johnston. 570
Bandari looks top drawer. 2854
Bath spoils figures. 210
Biggest test of all for Blues. 677
Billions required to fund transport plan. 584
Birmingham Post Archive. 222
Blues' mascot with tragic memories. 244
Blunkett to face police over pay deal anger. 348
BMW and Mini sales roar ahead. 329
Book Views: Funny Peculiar: The True Story of Benny Hill By Mark Lewisohn (Sidgwick and Jackson, pounds 16.99). 251
Book Views: Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Screenplay by John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin (Methuen, pounds 7.99). 127
Book Views: Sacred Festivals By Jeremy Hunter (MQ Publications, pounds 25). 224
Books: Best Sellers. 281
Books: London through African eyes; Youth. By J M Coetzee (Secker & Warburg, pounds 14.99). 685
Books: Red Army's Christmas gift of terror; Berlin - The Downfall 1945. By Antony Beevor (Viking, pounds 25). 945
Brilliant show as the iceman thaws. 236
Brush up on latin. 85
Bullied Pc reaches a settlement. 169
Business Digest. 221
Business Profile: Michael Ashkenazi - Corporate biographer makes good company. 1439
Byers stands firm over Sixsmith statement. 412
CD Review: Bryan Ferry - Frantic (Virgin). 339
CD Review: Haydn - Symphonies no.100 and 103 (Telarc). 375
CD Review: Moby - 18 (Mute). 431
CD Review: Roger Waters - Flickering Flame (the Solo Years vol 1) (Columbia). 334
CD Review: The Langley Schools Music Project - Innocence and Despair Setanta. 328
Charles has designs on plants for health. 731
Cheering crowd: The Queen takes a walkabout during a gardening festival visit. 136
Children can be disciplined without smacking - Shipley. 308
Consolidation is loan watchword. 295
Cricket: Birmingham League - Test of Unity for champs Stratford. 370
Cricket: Hick's Dalglish moment keeps the ball rolling; Worcestershire (298 and 25 without loss) need a further 312 runs to beat Glamorgan (286 and 348) with all second-innings wickets standing. 523
Cricket: Knight in form to provide lifeline; Warwickshire (177 and 197-2) trail Leicestershire (523) by 149 runs with eight second-inning wickets remaining. 529
Cricket: League calling debate over Fordhouses pair. 228
Cricket: Ostler and Sheikh on track for Bears return. 261
Cricket: Selectors look to Bell at Lord's. 545
Discipline is a thing of the past. 201
Diver finds bound body in river. 232
DNA test proves Hanratty a killer; A drop of science: Exhibition displays human bodily functions. 745
Doctor told Shipman a killer by fellow GP. 251
Energis gives up on German sale. 535
England expects but Bell sounds a note of caution. 645
Entrance tests 'unfair to local children'. 504
Ex-police spokesman 'made false references'. 146
Factory blaze arson inquiry. 97
Family: Fashion fads that make Albert square; Think carefully before giving your child that unusual name, says Caroline Foulkes. You could be lining them up for a lifetime spent spelling it out. 1285
Firm to face inquiry into landmine links. 540
Football World Cup: Beckham and Butt set to join the party. 339
Football World Cup: Blatter accused of buying votes. 448
Football World Cup: England will not play by numbers; Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad reveals it's not the digit on your back that guarantees a starting spot ENGLAND: As the nation prepares for our Far East hunt for glory, the manager says there's no squad pecking order. 732
Football World Cup: England will not play by numbers; ENGLAND: As the nation prepares for our Far East hunt for glory, the manager says there's no squad pecking order. 1569
Football World Cup: From dream-maker to heartbreaker...; Calling the shots can be painful for the man in charge of England, says Mark Bradley. 812
Football World Cup: Hunter warns of tough tests ahead. 196
Football World Cup: WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN Dream chance to star for... Posh! 808
Football: Baggies rooting for neighbourly delight. 272
Football: Balaban's chance as Villa chase European spot. 587
Football: Bruce's charges geared up for the tough tests. 513
Football: Hull told to increase offer for Larkin. 273
Football: Kenna hungry to rejoin big boys; PLAY-OFF FINAL: It's here at last - Blues' big chance to forget the years of hurt and take their place in the Premiership; A stunning late run has taken Birmingham City to within one victory of the Premiership. Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad talks to their inspirational and experienced skipper. 927
Football: Lee looks elsewhere as deadline runs out. 226
Football: Little bit of luck can help us on way, says Hughes. 457
Football: Mooney looking for repeat. 193
Football: Old boy Bellamy backing Canaries to join top flight; A former favourite tells Michael Ward why Norwich City will go up. 879
Football: The only way is up for bullish Vaesen; PLAY-OFF FINAL: It's here at last - Blues' big chance to forget the years of hurt and take their place in the Premiership; Ged Scott meets Blues' last line of defence who's looking for a change of luck. 851
Footballer jailed after being caught driving stolen BMW. 434
Free is the right to be different. 259
Garden Diary. 785
Golf: Baker on the rise with rush of birdies. 971
Golf: Search for bag man fails to halt Monty. 365
Government accused of freezing out energy Bill. 277
Grab great Government giveaway. 283
Harmony lost on ghost-town estate; Following a robbery at his home on a Birmingham council estate, Bob Killeen cleared his house of his most treasured possessions and put them in storage with friends and relatives. He tells Caroline Foulkes how the friendly estate he grew up on became a place of fear. 1266
Health: Filling the gaps on decay; This coming week has been declared National Smile Week by the British Dental Health Foundation. But behind the smile there's a serious message, says Andrew Davies. 1459
Hockey: Harborne's high hopes are dashed. 256
Hospices to all get free NHS support. 180
Ice Hockey: Blaze ready to tackle the big boys. 245
Improving property can turn out a loser. 384
Intertek and Punch test demand for new issues. 502
Joggers hold woman's muggers. 141
Kitchener called into question. 183
Lastminute gets ahead of time. 225
Living in the past; A small Georgian shop in Droitwich conceals a doorway into Jacobean times. Andrew Davies visits an antiques dealer who has peeled back the centuries to reveal an extraordinary building. 2080
Logica axes 700 jobs as text message orders dry up. 590
London dragged down by new stocks. 301
M6 pile-up causes chaos. 100
Marconi builds on Railtrack network contract. 217
MD admits unlawful Viagra sale. 124
Midland Heritage: John Walker. 110
Mother's tearful plea to catch killer driver. 600
Motorcycling: Hodgson's off to flier. 143
Motorsport: Coulthard playing catch-up as Ferrari set hot pace. 641
Motorsport: Paul Stoddart. 259
MP to lead hospital cutbacks debate. 445
Mutuals are now setting the pace. 295
NEC helps boost BIA passenger numbers. 351
Nestle defends itself over 'toxic' chocolate. 398
New appeal for witnesses. 110
Non League Football: Bulls miss out as Williams joins Yeovil. 301
Non League Football: DR MARTENS PREMIER - Hibbitt is stunned by Pitmen dismissal. 641
Non League Football: FA TROPHY FINAL - Johnson plays his best hand as the Glovers eye crown. 541
Non League Football: FA VASE FINAL - Whitley rise from edge of abyss to the brink of glory. 536
Non League Football: Highs, lows and revolving doors; Non-League Correspondent Colin Stoner draws a line under the season in the Midland Alliance. 3420
Non League Football: Manager Barton begins clear-out at Worcester. 330
Non League Football: NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE - King feels effects of dismantling Bucks. 414
Non League Football: UNIBOND LEAGUE - Clough joy as heroes sign deals. 296
Norton revs up for Royal Hunt Cup. 377
On the Box: Matthew's game for I, Spy; James Bond isn't the only British spy in town. Phil Gould shares a few secrets with MI5's newest recruit. 895
On this day. 210
One happy tourist back from Aruba. 168
Our transport chaos costs industry pounds 2bn. 320
Overseas visitors go cool on traditional tourist hot-spots. 486
Passport to travel: The fringe costs of those no frills breaks. 1087
Pastimes: Bridge. 373
Pastimes: Chess. 258
Pastimes: In history's footsteps Rambling. 776
Pensioners lay ill in bed unaware of massive hunt. 391
Persistent kerb crawlers threatened with car forfeit. 338
personal Finance: Debt worries a quarter of under 35s. 315
personal Finance: Queen's golden age of change for women. 387
personal Finance: Why saving is no longer a matter of child's play. 1059
Perspective: We've been here before, so heed the signs. 561
Points clue to rail disaster. 769
Potters Bar Disaster: 'Malaise' of privatisation is to blame. 246
Potters Bar Disaster: Accident toll of the dead and injured. 265
Potters Bar Disaster: Army first aid skills come to the rescue. 267
Potters Bar Disaster: I felt the impact, it's hard to believe; 'Gobsmacked': Witnesses tell of the devastation as train ploughs into rail bridge and station. 707
Potters Bar Disaster: Investigators to discover truth of final moments. 270
Potters Bar Disaster: Key work not completed. 197
Potters Bar Disaster: The Queen shares a nation's sadness. 356
Potters Bar Disaster: Tragedy is a blow to crisis-ridden railway. 602
Potters Bar Disaster: Warnings 'not heeded'. 178
Professors claim SATs tests flawed. 367
Race for Life: Gather pace for your race. 267
Race for Life: Ready for race of my life. 287
Region's car exports only glimmer in trade gloom. 558
Restaurant mice infested. 350
Reviews: A case of love at first sight. 467
Road deaths fear over coloured cameras. 427
Rosie's parents meet young heroes. 244
Routine DNA test catches killer 20 years after schoolgirl's murder. 418
RUGBY LEAGUE: Birmingham Bulldogs. 209
Rugby Union: Rotherham fight back after blow. 357
Rugby Union: Skipper Lyle attacks RFU as reprieved Bath breathe a mighty sigh of relief. 612
Rugby Union: Smith wants cup joy for glorious swansong. 259
Rugby Union: Walsall's battle for justice. 351
Scott on Saturday: It's rough justice as the minnows miss out again. 1030
Second torso discovered in Scottish river. 262
Shelf Life: Jayne Howarth reviews the latest publications for children. 282
Shop with the Birmingham Post: Parasol elegance. 197
Short Story Challenge: Model MP's wise words. 2240
Skydiver takes to water for challenge. 783
Students struggle with debt after college; Cleaning up: Youngsters cashing in on pocket money. 535
Taking a shine: MP Terry Davis gets first hand look at Welfare to Work initiative. 106
Tennis: Agassi's cruise on Roman holiday. 475
The Iron Angle: Vote is a Laurel and Hardy affair for Olley. 676
The Saturday Interview: Mr Magic continues to cast his spell. 2536
The week in pictures. 89
Theme for Today. 181
Trainer's concern after Fessey takes heavy fall. 354
Travel with the Birmingham Post: Tee off for a great time at the Open. 174
Travel: Small but perfectly formed; Wells holds the distinction of being Britain's smallest city and is often overlooked by tourists, but dig deep, says Ross Reyburn and you'll find many well-preserved links with our medieval past. 1289
Tributes to Second World War pilot. 266
United we stand to improve transport. 283
Wage rise for low paid NHS staff. 201
Weekend treat: Cultivating young minds. 374
Why playing it straight pays off for Montgomerie. 1044
Wife appeals to find stag trip husband. 241
Women's work: From mammoth to modern-day big cat... man at work. 619

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