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

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'Probably' bin Laden on tape. 461
A Green Goddess crew tackle a car fire on the streets of Cambridge late last night. 624
Anglo Holt lines up Land Rover contract. 332
Archive. 218
Attack sparks fear of street 'thuggery'. 267
Attacker's jail term must stand. 102
Baby snatch unit's CCTV review. 462
Backlash over Cable & Wireless revamp. 591
BADMINTON: Four Oaks Badminton Club. 160
Bali bombing suspect 'delighted' by blast. 206
Birmingham Post Comment: Fairness must not be casualty of crusade. 485
Blair will apologise to op date error girl. 545
Boyfriend boasted about murdering Pc, jury told. 402
Brakes off: Roadlink rides on commercial vehicle sales upturn. 259
Cadbury given plenty to chew over in Adams deal; Special correspondent David Jones looks at Cadbury Schweppes' latest expansion hopes. 831
Cameras bring nearly 300 arrests for force. 198
City View: Bank denies affordable homes market is bubble. 520
Clerk jailed for Net porn. 97
Commercial property: Motorway delight. 224
Commercial property: Office deal a coup for portfolio; Building on success: Joint venture to snap up city centre site. 293
Commercial property: Renewed interest. 224
Commercial property: Retail site set aside for Tesco. 574
Corus drops like lead as Brazil tie-up unravels. 339
Cricket: Fletcher views limited net profit for England. 518
CRICKET: Smith in frame to take on top role. 641
CRICKET: Tampering Shoaib has reprimand. 240
Crime tops Government priorities. 176
Culture: Big world of rock: Prayers answered by raunchy Church girl. 595
Culture: Hill's square-eyed over new venture; Phil Gould finds out why TV funnyman Harry Hill swapped a doctor's uniform to watch hours and hours of television. 998
Culture: Little Miss Moffatt rides into town; She's the gal who's put the Western back into country and western. Charlie Melvin saddles up with Katy Moffatt. 1616
Culture: Prize sounds a positive note for young musicians. 356
Culture: Review: Calamity avoided with relish and zest; Calamity Jane Alexandra Theatre. 449
Culture: Review: Outstanding Butterfly soars to new heights; Madam Butterfly Russian State Opera of Rostov Symphony Hall. 241
Culture: Review: Scott's exciting buzz breathes life into Slug; Scott Hamilton Slug & Lettuce, Thorp Street. 255
Culture: Second threesome ventures forth. 243
Culture: Treatment strikes right chord; Last year James Brindley School in Birmingham won a pounds 2,000 award in the Win A Musical Dream competition run by The Birmingham Post . Jo Ind found out what difference the award has made to ill youngsters. 604
Defences designed to hold back river flood. 486
Defendant may have died in fire. 182
Drugs distributor bucks sector trend. 313
Elite role: Consultant will operate on Her Majesty's Surgery Service. 287
EQUESTRIANISM: Ellen Whitaker. 155
Excitement is aim; Fast lane: Motor Museum revving up its act. 524
Expert will battle US hacker case extradition. 258
Failure to join euro bad news for region. 311
Firefighters' Dispute: Fact File. 131
Firefighters' Dispute: Goddess cover 'only emergency service'. 523
Firefighters' Dispute: Guidelines to help you through the strike. 275
Firefighters' Dispute: Operation Fresco troops are standing by to cope; Campbell Docherty went to the Territorial Army Centre in West Bromwich, one of 14 Temporary Fire Stations set up in West Midlands, to meet crew members tasked with protecting the public. 1149
Firefighters' Dispute: The peopleL: Public support and sympathy with industrial action. 262
Football: Albion target home bonus. 688
Football: Allen goes walkabout to watch the Ashes; NATIONAL ROUND-UP. 495
FOOTBALL: Bosnich goes into depression clinic. 286
Football: Cameron's imminent return is just what Wolves doctor ordered; FIRST DIVISION. 789
Football: Cup final regret as Gill bids farewell; THE PREMIERSHIP. 829
FOOTBALL: Excited Reds on alert to deal with prospect of Gazza return; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Willenhall Town could be facing Paul Gascoigne next month. 383
FOOTBALL: Harriers prepared to do without Melligan; THIRD DIVISION. 292
Football: Newcastle through in dramatic style; CHAMPIONSLEAGUE. 708
Football: NON-LEAGUE: Tamworth. 149
Football: Vassell fails to toe Taylor line just as re-selection nears. 698
FOOTBALL: Walsall Reserves. 108
Football: Whalley plea for Walsall support. 742
Foundation will bank on pounds 14,000. 254
Gambling shake-up a winner for Rank. 483
Gold rush; A Birmingham auction house shows off its Aladdin's cave of jewels to Jo Ind. 420
GOLF: Quest for real value proving a challenge. 770
Hamas still disagrees on suicide bomb ban. 191
House and oil prices to push inflation targets. 494
If police move in we'll all kill ourselve, say church refugees. 296
JHC Securities set to take on Pershing. 276
Job losses in manufacturing firms now hitting rate of 10,000 a week. 711
Justice is done after 25 years. 701
Kenyan anger at sale of ivory. 100
Kwik Save boss sacked despite recent recovery. 368
Letter: Brownfield rules put leafy suburbs at risk. 297
Letter: Double fault on tennis group. 104
Letter: Euroland needs to converge with us. 519
Letter: Give children a practical use for their learning. 383
Letter: Grave outcome of selling off homes. 153
Letter: Memories of Dr Blatchford. 344
Letter: Queen must pay for costly trial. 145
Logica in first place for Lotus. 440
Market Report: Steel and Cable help drag index lower. 500
Metal firm directors agree to eight-year ban. 82
MFI furnishes good results, but sales slow. 346
Mowlem banks on new deals. 214
On This Day. 215
Perspective: Is smacking our children ever correct?; It is a subject that divides opinion. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves ponders whether there is an easy answer to the question: Is it right to smack children? 1186
Perspective: Memory and gratitude cannot be produced to order. 726
Plan to sell in US is crystal clear one. 550
Police quiz man after armed siege. 106
pounds 1.7m extra to improve treatment for elderly. 348
pounds 12,500 bacon factory raid. 123
pounds 300m of funding made available. 145
Public dissection will be first for 170 years. 220
Queen's Speech: Blair's Government goes 'green' with recycled policies. 494
Queen's Speech: Community Care: Bed-blocking fines are condemned. 326
Queen's Speech: Devolution: Regional assembley clock is set ticking. 309
Queen's Speech: Education: Crackdown on bad behaviour by pupils. 282
Queen's Speech: Fox hunting: Still no promise of a ban. 525
Queen's Speech: Health: Foundation hospitals to get more freedom. 255
Queen's Speech: Law and order: Legal establishment dismay over reforms. 599
Queen's Speech: Main points. 250
Queen's Speech: Pub hours: Drinkers must wait for reform. 442
Queen's Speech: Railways: New team to investigate disasters. 137
Queen's Speech: Red Tape: New Bill vows to cut bureaucracy. 275
Queen's Speech: Resources: Councils 'freed' to raise cash. 241
Queen's Speech: Upper House: Lords report 'by Christmas'. 155
Racing: Gallagher facing drug D-Day. 183
Racing: Jockey tragedy horse in double drugs test failure. 271
Racing: Merchant cashes in after fall. 618
Racing: Thyne will might well be done on sound earth. 332
RALLYING: Burns aiming to ride over Gronholm form. 427
REAL TENNIS: Kevin Sheldon. 163
Reckitt cleans up in third quarter. 516
Residents lose court battle to save hotel. 495
RUGBY UNION: Harvey needs Stourbridge to try and try again. 576
RUGBY UNION: Ireland give fringe players chance to shine. 325
Rugby Union: Johnson's warning: Don't write off Aussies. 675
Safer clothes project given Euro grant. 204
Screen auditions: Staff wanted in time for cinema project's opening night. 120
Season of black films is the radical alternative to big box-office. 207
SNOOKER: Ebdon joy at double victory. 259
SQUASH: Peter Nicol. 138
Student nurses claim car parking is risky. 257
Suspicion over 'impartial' palace internal inquiry. 624
Taking design out to firms. 540
TENNIS: Hewitt call to Spanish rivals to go straight; Costa del clean?: Iberian Masters battle bothering world No 1. 308
Theme for Today. 142
Top chip shop is prize catch. 174
Tough line: Anti-nuclear protesters try to block waste train. 80
Two-hour wait for surgery equipment. 294
Two-year ban is Asda price for teenage tearaways. 266
Unofficial bouncer denies stab killing during nightclub brawl. 342
US interest rates cut is 'enough for economy'. 423
Volunteers and a ghost helped hall to thrive. 226
We must still watch Saddam, says Straw; Guarded welcome for Iraqi compliance. 382
Workers not prepared for redundancy. 325
Workforce: 'New man' culture is little changed. 357
Workforce: Carole's message: Never to old to learn. 156
Workforce: Graduates finding it tougher. 437
Workforce: Motor skills lacking. 173
World recognition of Aston excellence. 242

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