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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 23, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
Air controllers in spin over computer screens. 195
Allders miss out on big spending spree. 337
And what do you do, asks the Queen. 268
Archive. 224
Arson attack guts Ali Centre. 286
Asylum centre battlers tackle Home Office. 343
Athletics: Court looking for Commonwealth farewell. 402
Badger found burned. 194
Bean feast. 97
Bed stores put bounce back into trading. 302
Beware the Spanish bluebell, warn experts; Dog days: Woodland idyll for head gardener. 280
Bill aims to prevent repeat of Climbie death. 293
Bill to raise party funds. 313
Birmingham Post Comment: Time for straight answers on stadium. 537
Bridgepoint sells Keenpac. 120
British soldier injured in Afghanistan crash. 208
Byers again backed on 'Railtrack lies' claim. 432
Byers rejects racism claims. 185
Cardboard tube specialist expands. 296
Care nurse 'gyrated in front of sex offender'. 464
Cash boost for farm advice group. 274
Chandra Levy body found. 105
Church embraces video revolution. 204
City View: A whiff of panic buying may herald debts ahead. 515
Civil service: Engineers' award goes to the Arup Campus. 253
Claims Direct shell deal raises pounds 1.65m. 198
Climate change could affect water bills. 280
Colombia in dock. 107
Commercial Property: New-look Sainsbury's for city centre. 85
Commercial Property: Offices will meet growing demand. 434
Commercial Property: Whitefoot-Forward chooses Hartlebury; Storage with security: Saville Gordon helps provide solution. 395
Confusion over reporter. 259
CRICKET: Allan Donald. 140
Cricket: Byas earns plaudits as Lancashire march into B&H semi-finals. 453
Cricket: Defiant Bell leads Bears out of a hole; Hove: Warwickshire (197-6) beat Sussex (1967) by four wickets. 846
Cricket: Semi-final draw. 184
Cricket: Surprised Bichel grabs chance to put Worcestershire in final four; Bristol: Worcestershire (204 for two) beat Gloucestershire (203 for eight) by eight wickets. 810
Culture: Big band's hard act to follow; VIPs Of Jazz 2002 Symphony Hall. 295
Culture: Echoes of a great renaissance; Forty years ago this week, the consecration of Coventry Cathedral briefly put the city at the forefront of Britain's cultural life. Terry Grimley looks back at three amazing weeks of celebration. 1329
Culture: Japanese anthems in a world of their own; Forget tacky World Cup anthems and spend the next few weeks tuned into the weird and wonderful frequency of Japanese rock, advises Andrew Cowen. 920
Culture: Our God. 186
Culture: Reviews: Fluent story with mountains of female emotion; Getting to the Foot of the Mountain The Door, Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 304
Despair over 'new foot and mouth'. 446
Digital cash. 87
Drug mules face crackdown on Jamaica flights. 349
EC proposals will lead to lower new car prices. 333
Economic slowdown has stopped recruitment. 263
Edinburgh 'beauty parade'. 391
Ethical issues put under the spotlight. 518
Ex-pat loses test case on frozen pensions. 285
Exporters in rush to join the euro. 231
Failed exam girl, aged ten, shot herself. 140
Fashion faux pas; Strutting out: Peacock's feathers ruffled after sales slide. 301
FBI rejected flight school inquiries. 248
Flyaway crisp packet costs builder pounds 50. 238
Football: Appleton comeback delayed as Megson starts player search. 551
Football: Bowyer demands 'career' move. 359
Football: Cautious Wolves forced to hold fire on Irwin and Dublin bids. 360
Football: Derek McInnes. 265
Football: Home-grown stars still have key role in Blues' Premier ambitions; If they are good enough, they are old enough for Blues, says Brian Halford. 705
Football: Keane U-turn hits Healy. 744
Football: Murphy adds to Eriksson's misery. 331
Football: Platt sees England's dreams torn apart; Portugal U-21 3 England U-21 1. 678
Football: Scots expect too much - Vogts. 492
Football: Taylor hot on trail of Nakamura as boss faces Real battle out East. 382
Football: Town stars closing on new deals. 313
Fridge mountain grows as wait goes on for processing plant. 271
Further warnings on house prices. 368
Genetic modification may be answer to disease. 292
Get confident of economy improving. 153
Girlfriend stabbed partner in heart, court told. 183
Golf: Hard-working Olazabal driven for success in Wentworth battle. 688
GOLF: James Hemphill. 184
Golf: MacDonald's steady work pays. 232
Government departments are slammed over Hinduja passport affair. 309
Groom agrees to love, honour and fight crime. 546
Half billion pay-out plan by Land Securities. 362
How bank rate hawks were kept grounded. 510
Hunt protest: Workers tell DEFRA they are being 'bullied and intimidated'. 138
India prepares for battle against Islamic militants. 441
Jaguar XK8 overhaul plans shifted into gear. 520
Khmer Rouge arrest. 129
Letter: A revolt in England's black and ruined lands. 355
Letter: Assemblies have existed for years. 318
Letter: I don't want to speak with a computer. 93
Letter: Privatisation on railways can't work. 164
Letter: RAF's new rule is just short sighted. 81
Letter: Taxes on motorists could stretch further. 128
Letter: They're clueless about countryside. 162
Letter: Trained workforce creates more wealth. 181
Man killed by car-rope decapitation. 280
Market Report: Terrorism jitters spark sharp falls. 559
Missing intern Levy found dead in woods. 496
Mother freed from truant jail sentence. 137
Mother prevented lethal injection; Son saved: Hospital inquiry after insulin error. 359
MPs want academy based in Midlands. 239
MyTravel scheme to start no-frills airline. 592
New routes as bus firm buys rival. 184
New wooden hide is taking threatened species for a ride; Not so hare-brained: Trojan tractor allows watchers near to threatened mammal. 250
No pay-out agreed if Schiffer 'fairy tale' marriage ends; Superhome: Claudia chooses village church to wed producer. 400
Not enough cash for carnival this year. 423
On this day. 232
Package holidays bring increase in malaria cases. 476
Paedophile ruling. 84
Perspective: Drama and sex - but don't forget the flowers; The Chelsea Flower Show is essential television viewing, but it's not for the faint-hearted, writes Richard McComb. 657
Perspective: On the road to nowhere; Our roads are among the worst in Europe yet our love affair with them continues to blossom. Chief Feature Writer looks back on an eventful week for our greatest passion and spies a possible end to the special relationship. 1145
Perspective: Tie the knot, but don't cut ties of friendship. 692
Prodi unveils grand plan for the future of Europe. 542
Punch up. 100
Punching home rising dangers of bogus callers. 263
Racing: Bandari on course for Derby after shock sale. 645
Racing: Dick Hern. 166
Racing: Dusty Answer can improve Dunlop's form at Goodwood. 408
Racing: Mellow Park turns it on in Oaks pointer. 252
Residents given home closure blow. 176
Revived Bhs has record profits. 516
RSPCA raid traps dog fighter. 84
Rugby Union: Coaches home in on the range as Lomas impresses. 584
Rugby Union: Gloucester rookie relishes head-to-head with Lomu. 473
RUGBY UNION: Tony Windo. 145
Shed order. 111
Shop with the Birmingham Post: Hammock seat. 178
Solicitor Sparrow in search for new perch. 257
Sort out the mess, Chamber tells Frost. 435
SPEEDWAY: Wolverhampton. 298
Stadium deal that doomed city bid. 662
Tennis: Rusedski ruled out of French Open bid. 693
Theme for Today. 155
Threats force diplomats to leave Pakistan. 403
Tons of red ink but cash still flows. 795
Town to honour its war dead. 194
Trains to be cut on busiest line. 128
Travel with The Birmingham Post: Catalonia highlights. 211
Two die as suicide bomber strikes. 500
UK under pressure as Sangatte faces closure. 496
US owners offload car park operator. 232
Villages at risk from the spread of urban sprawl. 631
Woolworths slip as sales left lagging. 239
Workforce: Big screen solution to footie dilemma. 465
Workforce: Come and learn about stress at work. 302
Workforce: Flexibility brings its own rewards. 235
Workforce: How Chris plays the field to make a sporting profit. 1185
Workforce: Long-hours fathers feel guilty about family role. 299
Workforce: Red tape review. 144
World Cup 'disorder inevitable'. 317
Yacht crew winched to safety in high seas. 357

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