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

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'I'm happy for Lopez'. 125
'This place will be always and forever inside our hearts' Wave of emotion: Bells ring out as Arafat tours seige church arm-in-arm with priests. 383
A daring concept to catalyse regeneration; After a gruelling round of submissions and interviews, Lord Rogers was yesterday appointed as the designer for the new Library of Birmingham. The visionary architect spoke to Terry Grimley about his delight. 675
Accused admitted to assault, says witness. 256
Al-Qaida dealt a blow. 85
Alder Hey in new row over taking body parts. 335
Ambulance equipment destroyed. 248
An integrated approach to transport security needs; Network Safety and Security Centre (pounds 1.5m) Centro. 319
Archive. 179
Aspirations on flair and imagination. 318
Athletics: No doubting Thomas's potential after triple county title flourish. 447
Australia sets up pounds 1.36m fund for abused child war migrants. 178
Blues face demands on Premiership windfall; City Editor Richard Tyler looks at the impact on the region of the multi-million pound windfall Birmingham City can expect from its Premiership status. 754
Boxing: Harrison in a fight. 147
Bridge shrinks. 111
Briton wrote abduction draft notes court told. 178
Building groups linked to RMC. 247
Campaign to encourage more mothers to breastfeed. 249
Capita makes move for PwC human resources divisions. 140
Celebrations for a centurian pianist; Christopher Morley previews centenary celebrations of the art of Billy Mayerl - pianist, bandleader and composer of finely-crafted light music. 556
Chain's World Cup boost; Striking it lucky: William Hill kicks off pounds 1bn shares float. 394
Chambers back regional proposal. 456
Chocks away: pounds 2.8m centre opens for the conservation of historic aircraft. 155
Chubb investors locked out of Securitas deal after shares soared. 500
City doesn't do things by halves, Ministers to be told. 248
City View: Pride, prejudice and prawns and an eye on the shares. 518
Clergy warned of hidden dangers from drug users. 537
Cricket: Counties favour contracts increase. 458
Cricket: Crawley at ease after winter of discontent. 529
Dame Hilda of Hinge and Bracket fame dies. 340
Diplomatic lifeline for plane-spotter. 159
Drivers 'should display insurance'. 207
e-business: Asian users flock to pornographic sites. 212
e-business: Beware the spy that lurks in your web browser. 497
e-business: Building on words. 221
e-business: Bundle of new free software from Apple. 357
e-business: E-fficiency the key advantage. 840
e-business: E-mail marketing campaigns prove valuable response tool. 643
e-business: Fox pulls out of Movies.com. 214
e-business: H-P defends merger policy. 289
e-business: Make technology work. 191
e-business: New market for mobile licences. 264
e-business: Oracle is trailing IBM, say figures. 759
e-business: Plastic pet with any amount of new tricks. 206
e-business: Potter along to secret film stardom. 251
e-business: Security still at risk. 220
e-business: Software suite will manage desktops. 390
e-business: Swap and play to keep players ahead of game. 631
e-business: Unwanted phones cost makers dear. 535
e-business: Wragge clinches healthcare deal. 290
EU countries volunteer to take Palestinian militants. 541
Fans stunned as Blues' ticket prices increase. 541
Firms focus on health and safety. 195
First quarter puts ITNet in good shape. 618
Flexible approach pays dividends; Kitson Building, Solihull Sixth Form College (pounds 2.56m) Phoenix Beard, Kendrick Construction. 341
Focus on fun. 256
Food supplements may bring great improvement to problem pupils. 221
Football: 'Unwanted' Hughes to end one chapter and start another. 597
Football: A 'warm' welcome for Blues; Derby days delight as old foes renew city rivalries Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion relish next season's return of Birmingham City to the Premiership, says Michael Ward. 727
Football: Albion aim to upset odds again. 234
Football: Beckham vow to rivals of World Cup readiness. 718
Football: Bucks pair lock horns. 142
Football: Emotions mixed as Murphy gets call; INJURIES: Gerrard woe opens door for Sinclair. 705
Football: FA dumps Blatter and switches vote to FIFA's 'clean' candidate. 375
Football: Golden future awaits Bruce. 803
Football: How to keep right on in alien high society; Lifelong Blues fan Steve Bird bids farewell to an old acquaintance called 'despair'. 374
Football: Moore's hopes of Villa high start now. 565
Football: Old Firm talking good game to League chiefs. 387
Football: Painter in picture at Keys Park. 231
Football: Platt unfazed by double loss. 252
Football: Pompey quick to deny bid for Saddlers' star. 401
Football: Postma arrives at Villa's door but Boateng wants sharp exit. 612
Football: The future's bright and the past is clear... clear Blue; It's not easy supporting Birmingham City. And that is precisely how Roddy Brooks likes it. 547
FOOTBALL: Walsall. 125
Golden weekend celebration. 513
Golf: Tenth hole so costly for Monty. 275
Golf: US warm to Ryder rough. 980
Governors in protest at scheme to merge schools. 240
HBOS bank defends fat-cat plan. 155
Hell's Angel will help kick-start Jubilee parade. 488
HOCKEY: Kerry Moore. 170
Huge Ecstasy haul. 81
Ingenta moves into profit after loss of pounds 3.6m. 256
It's tough at the top. 88
Joker ready to stand-up and deliver laughs; Emo Phillips has been called the funniest joke writer in America. Al Hutchins caught up with him before this week's rare appearance in Birmingham. 1164
Killer jailed for double pub shooting. 546
Labour donation defended by Blair. 169
Letter: Company's name comes from historic roots. 399
Letter: I am looking to BNP for some fairness. 204
Letter: Proof we will vote for what we want. 526
Letter: Strength of the Euro is there for all to see. 182
Letter: Thanks for your votes in elections. 126
Letter: Young hold the key to recycling. 307
Lib-Dem MPs reject home rule blueprint. 297
LIVING with DEATH: Just a day at a time; Death is one of life's few inevitabilities and we are both fascinated and terrified by it. In this, the first of our series looking at the subject of mortality, spoke to Julie Richards, a wife and mother, who had been given just weeks to live. Sadly she died on Sunday, but she and her husband Phil were determined to make the time they had left the happiest they'd known Caroline Foulkes. 1939
Made in Birmingham: Soda-water to prevent scurvy. 81
Maestro's bow has so many strings; Paul Englishby, the man who taught Nicholas Cage to play the mandolin and Hugh Grant to play the guitar, talks to Terry Grimley about his growing list of credits in film, theatre and the concert hall. 978
Manufacturers' triple boost. 631
Market Report: Telecom weakness fails to halt growth. 526
Marquee club pitches up to roll back the rocking years; Golden oldie: Keith Richard in the spotlight. 336
Mitsubishi builds on strong US sales. 353
Mother is jailed for not stopping daughters playing truant. 439
Mother wins organs battle. 596
Motorsport: Defiant Ferrari facing rap. 783
Murder hunt after house stab man dies. 178
New life to be breathed into Snow Hill and St Chad's Circus. 433
Now Ozzy has date with the Queen. 138
Office design for the new millennium; Arup Campus, Solihull (pounds 7m) The Arup Group. 287
On this day. 230
Osprey eggs plundered by thieves. 253
Past Masters; Roger Cragg of the ICE's Panel for Historic Engineering Works looks back at great works of civil engineering that would have been award-winners in any era. 212
Peer to fight 'draconian' new farm animal laws. 689
Perfect platform for UK farmers. 212
Perspective: New generation influenced by the fiver. 720
Peugeot heroes continue to confound the critics. 1185
Phoning a friend can be a risky business. 411
Police plans won't work, Blunkett told. 216
Police storm house after three-hour siege. 247
Porsche on the move. 80
Potters Bar Crash: Tories' urgent call for rail disaster inquiry. 560
Premier pride joy for Bluenoses. 439
Quality, diversity, innovation; King Edward's Wharf (pounds 13m) Nolan Associates Quality addition to city living. 241
Racing: Classy Islington can be one to end Oaks drought for Stoute. 546
Racing: Punters latch on to Bandari tip. 559
Radio Choice. 80
Railway bridge death plunge still a mystery after six years. 260
Red letter day: Christian Aid envelopes will be dropping on your mat. 80
Reporter is held in Pakistani prison. 213
Researchers find 'bin Laden' cancer trigger; Opportunity for poets: Students set up their own publishing house. 529
Review: Steamy Enrique is a scream. 355
Rogers to design city library. 307
Rosy outlook as retail sales remain strong. 175
RUGBY UNION: Mark Williams. 95
Rugby Union: Wheeler quick to promise reform as play-off battles now beckon. 448
Sharing the risk delivers 'more for less' Risk Management in Capital Work Projects Severn Trent Water. 316
Shop with the Birmingham Post: Solar pond fountain. 177
Social services in jobs' drive. 95
Spectacular vase goes on show. 304
Stamp price plea posted. 100
Supermarket slowdown: Promotion cutbacks hit sales. 435
Tennis: Henman looking in good shape. 226
Terrorists target US nuclear plants claim. 92
Theme for Today. 136
Toyota cruises to record profits. 526
Toyota link will give Mini diesel opening. 483
Travel with the Birmingham Post: Join our great antiques hunt. 199
Trimble accuses IRA on Colombian deaths. 314
TV Choice. 189
US agrees to nuclear treaty. 195
Vandals in pounds 20,000 raids at isolated crematorium. 253
Verse 'an exciting and vibrant art form'. 470
Willingness to break down old barriers. 345
Woman tells of hospital waiting lists fiddle. 567
Year book is revived and it's even better. 306

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