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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 8, 2002)

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'Bomb at airport' hoax boy has his sentence halved. 417
'Broken promises' over Wembley deal. 239
'No policy direction for culling'. 246
'They're my breasts'. 88
15 killed in suicide bomb horror at hall. 456
Alstom hit by trains and boats trouble. 344
Athletics: Freeman avoids Merry re-run. 443
Baby's safe return 'is like winning lottery'. 714
Battle with cancer inspiration for artist; Powerful exhibition: Working through emotions. 190
Be a water babe; Cathy Mayer finds out how water can bring us energy, better skin and great health. 722
Beauty Style: RETAIL THERAPY. 653
Birmingham Post Archive. 175
Birmingham Post Comment: Secretary of state for delay and gutlessness. 502
Blues hotel boost. 180
Blunkett slams system. 215
Brewin Dolphin acquires Popes. 320
Briton on board desert death crash airliner. 304
Bronze Age 'saunas' will be protected. 256
Brummies in Ground Zero event. 106
Buses 'best answer to transport problems'. 409
Byers' new row over 'spingate'. 260
CBI heads Stateside to promote the UK. 271
City View: Watching the live euro and the dead hand of Brussels. 492
Competition Style: A hot look for your lips that won't budge or smudge. 309
Competition Style: Glittering array of colours, prints and fabrics. 346
Competition Style: Win a dream kitchen worth pounds 20,000; A designer kitchen - tailor made for you. 561
Countess wins Keeler libel case. 191
Cricket: Championship Preview - Surrey pride at stake after one-day failures. 396
Cricket: Fordhouses penalised for pair of latecomers. 492
Cricket: Tourists are on the ropes. 114
Cricket: Woolmer sees Powell running into four-day scores. 453
Cricket: Worcestershire aim to build on cup form; Worcestershire v Glamorgan. 395
Culture: A question of dancers' identity; Formerly with Birmingham Royal Ballet, Joe Cipolla talks to Richard Edmonds about his dance career at the age of 42. 1010
Culture: Queen of mean gets a bit testy; Quiz host Anne Robinson is preparing to test our IQ in the one-off BBC1 show Test The Nation, but there won't be any withering put downs, she tells Cathy Mayer. 887
Culture: Review - Dedicated comedy appeal. 258
Culture: Review - Shiny new songs for old. 254
Culture: Review - Stars' surprises make festival go with a buzz. 435
Culture: Review - Stars' surprises make festival go with a buzz. 441
Culture: Time for my Big Book of Blunders; John Slim rounds up the latest news and views from the world of amateur stage. 956
Discourse debases party lacking intellectual vigour; Roshan Doug echoes the calls for a common sense approach to last week's election successes for the BNP. 618
Dixons begins new move for customers. 255
Doing a scorching job branding the Bullring. 361
Don Quixote sails away as book clubs' best read of all time. 326
Dutch elections to go ahead. 217
End sleaze war, MPs told. 84
Enterprise: Competition shells out for livewires. 322
Enterprise: Getting to hub of commercial district with IoD. 796
Enterprise: Invention nets the golf buffs. 203
Enterprise: It's a problem when there is no one definition of small. 499
Enterprise: Timely idea wakes up a new venture. 763
Exclusive bears stolen. 113
Fashion Style: A sure footing; Lisa Piddington meets Tim Little, a man with a passion for shoes who is bringing classic elegance to Birmingham. 785
Fashion Style: Dressing up DENIM. 545
Fast promotion for man who broke into Britain. 313
Fed leaves rates unchanged. 214
Fifth of UK children have asthma. 137
Flavour lacking in tasty spot; Television chef Brian Turner's latest restaurant looks smart but the food leaves something to be desired, says Alison Davison. 878
Food Style: Bar talk. 304
Food Style: On the grapevine - Clive Platman on Portuguese table wines. 742
Football: Board discusses Megson targets. 604
Football: Cotterill seeks new attitude. 349
Football: Henry ruled out of Gunners title showdown. 517
FOOTBALL: John Deakin returns to Aggborough. 138
Football: Kennedy's chance to book World Cup spot. 503
FOOTBALL: Kevin Hadley. 99
Football: Lee gives Garrocho fitness opportunity. 350
Football: Taylor promising training shake-up. 453
Football: Unprecedented backing for Blues amid Millennium tension. 635
Football: Wolves' parting blast at Muscat. 469
Football: Wrecked Wolves look for answers; The inquest into what went wrong has started, reports Ged Scott. 652
Four admit animal torture video charges. 133
Fury at Terminator's release. 583
Golf: Hungry Monty splits up 'team' Dress rehersal: Ryder Cup team assemble for dry run at The Belfry. 675
Golf: Prosser finds the road to success on doorstep. 809
Golf: Russell keeping his hand in as Belfry's serious stuff begins. 641
Government in virus clampdown. 134
Guardian Media plays sweet music to jazz fm. 190
Guardianship aims to make the city a safer place for all. 306
Hardcore Madeley. 82
High achiever: Tightrope walker is way above the record. 82
Hospital admits lax security. 760
In shape: Fitness First acquires Whitbread clubs. 179
Incepta cautious at fragile recovery. 483
Jailbirds: Prison breeds doves for Jubilee celebrations. 307
Lesbian lover talks of massacred family. 326
Letter: Absurd targets add to pressure. 377
Letter: Act now to save countryside. 177
Letter: Brain power best for flood problems. 239
Letter: Let Kashmiris sort it out. 118
Letter: Those problems facing Villa. 125
Listed house stalls bus lane. 602
Man of substance: Dewar tribute statue unveiled by Blair. 221
Market Report: Market rocked as investors get nervy. 488
Massive cash boost for heart patients. 268
Midland bosses the gloomiest. 402
Midland Heritage: The Council House. 112
Mini's big difference to BMW profits surge. 596
Minister asks: Who is paying for our new hospital? 374
More trains mean more hassle at stations, say passengers. 349
MP fights to end bed blocking. 210
Mugger hero gets reward for 'public spiritedness'. 285
New appeal for witnesses by murder hunt police. 179
Nurse who became drug addict struck off. 211
On This Day. 221
Overhaul of 'outdated' media rules. 498
Paisley is ordered to appear at inquiry. 239
Pensioner kills two in shooting rampage. 232
Perspective: Hits and myths swirl about Celtic folklore. 617
Philip Forsyth stands with examples of his photography. 85
Pig farmer denies foot and mouth charges. 258
Police say Shipman inquiry was flawed. 253
Police seeking link in baseball gang attacks. 155
Post People: A knight to remember. 141
Post People: Friends stump up cash as Lou stubs cigs out. 131
Post People: In distinguished company. 206
Post People: Interview by email - Linda Lawrence. 590
Post People: Money for car maintenance. 121
Post People: Professionals teach pupils lessons in life. 128
Post People: Rainy day cocktails. 148
Post People: Rotarians enjoy stories of army life. 167
Post People: Saga supports appeal. 87
Post People: Service is golden for Rotarians. 106
Post People: There's something about Mary. 116
Post People: Tory talk for ladies at luncheon. 80
pounds 150m revamp to save New Street Station. 562
pounds 150m scheme may remodel New Street. 569
pounds 32m contract man gave Labour more. 313
pounds 535m boost as Lufthansa orders Trent engines. 291
Racing: Classic is a trial for Johnston. 674
Racing: Redback's Poule dip. 106
Radio Choice. 110
Real IRA terror trio start 30 years jail after MI5 sting. 733
Reckitt sees strong start to 2002. 158
Renewed appeal over 'execution' of pop star. 230
Royal opening for new Metro; Away day: Queen takes the train in golden style. 273
Rugby Union: Vickery steps in to lead England after Dallaglio blow. 281
RUGBY UNION: Worcester-shire & Herefordshire. 132
School bus fears as subsidy withdrawn. 248
Security cameras 'must be maintained'. 183
Senior backbencher calls for start of fixed-term Parliament. 289
Shop with The Birmingham Post. 205
Smiths' alert brings slump. 134
SMMT looking to record year for UK car industry. 580
Snooker: Drop-out Ebdon returns to school with honours. 486
Southern Water deal. 121
Sphinx-tank: School takes on ancient Egyptian theme. 127
Spring-ing for cookware. 88
Status quo for cabinet. 107
Tennis: Illness takes fight out of Henman. 518
The art house; Three former college friends explain to Andrew Davies how they hope their new gallery will give young artists somewhere to showcase their work. 592
Theme for Today. 180
Time to rise above the average. 637
Titanic souvenir vase going up for auction. 347
Toll rides are income idea for farmers. 112
Tommy stretches to limo again; Transport of delight: Disabled fan will travel in style to play-off. 308
Top nurse offers free care at home. 141
Travel with The Birmingham Post: Cruising down the Thames. 239
TV Choice. 187
Two toddlers die in shopkeeper ram rage. 126
Victory casts shadow of fear. 930
You can Bett on expansion say builders. 517
Your Post Your say. 124

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