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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 15, 2002)

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3i to invest after successful period. 344
49 MPs declare against top-ups. 128
50x3 for 4x4 ordeal in Global Challenge. 274
A boy's escape from his profound silence. 546
Archive. 238
Assemblies 'talking shop' fears. 160
Baird sportswear sale. 129
Bank of Ireland still looking for takeovers. 313
Birmingham Post Comment: Fraudulent voting. 241
Birmingham Post Comment: Why were forces not trained in good time? 244
Blair talks to Iraq via Radio Monte Carlo. 551
British blamed in oil slick disaster. 410
Capital Radio advertising slump hits share price. 299
Care home owners launch another legal fight over fees. 335
Cash handling strike by postal workers. 233
Centrica reunited with Rough. 210
Charity staff did not see patient was dead. 266
Cheese stockpiles blamed for fall in Dairy Crest profits. 426
Child Rescue to fight paedophiles. 100
City living with BLB. 149
City View: Bolt from the blue as boring bonds turn golden. 501
Club's stays dry after objection over equality. 245
Commercial aerospace expects crisis. 580
Committed to liberty and to Birmingham; Steve Pain reports from Newark on Continental Airlines' commitment to Birmingham. 1142
Contract to boost water in Guyana. 118
Council to get pounds 5.3m to deal with tenants' anti-social behaviour. 342
Councils score zero over social services. 258
Court told of contempt of thief in phone call. 404
CRICKET: Wicketless spell sends Hoggard into the outfield of Test plans. 405
Culture: Alarming pot-shot at trigger-happy nation; BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE CERT 15 119MINS. 473
Culture: Call for young film critics. 666
Culture: Clubland on the move; The death of Gatecrasher is a myth, says Alun Thorne who looks forward to the superclub's bash this weekend and profiles Judge Jules. 706
Culture: In tune with your school's dreams. 382
Culture: Legendary Judge homes in on NEC all-nighters. 227
Culture: Review: Poor turn out for delightful evening; CBSO Symphony Hall. 322
Culture: Review: Romp in 18th century theatreland; A Laughing Matter Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 394
Culture: Review: Stylistic variety amid constraints; Birmingham Early Music Festival Barber Institute. 247
Culture: Ugly despair in concrete hell; Mike Davies reviews this week's new cinema releases DOG DAYS CERT 18 132 MINS SUBTITLED. 1279
Culture: Under the gun; Mike Davies goes bowling with Michael Moore and, below, he reviews his new documentary film. 1404
Divorcees allowed church remarriage. 394
Drinking in pregnancy 'can harm children'. 220
Drive to revive Venture Capital Trusts interest. 367
Employer pensions need state help. 296
Ex-hockey mates team up for deal. 366
Ex-wife wins half share of magnate's fortune. 362
Fiji army mutineer jailed for life. 165
Financial shake-up puts NTL ready to leave protection. 462
Firefighters' Dispute: Casualty of firework inferno. 174
Firefighters' Dispute: Make us serious offer, says Gilchrist. 316
Firefighters' Dispute: Man killed in road accident. 171
Firefighters' Dispute: No grudges over blaze death. 669
Firefighters' Dispute: No hands to pumps after flooding. 181
Firefighters' Dispute: Pensioner fire victim's family backs strikers. 558
Firefighters' Dispute: Station pickets' sympathy for dead man's family. 377
Firefighters' Dispute: Strikers help stab victim. 212
Firefighters' Dispute: Tragedy which gave soldiers new focus. 454
Football: Albion's rise is all my work - Hughes; Baggies v Villa preview. 710
Football: Busst yourselves is manager's call as inconsistent Boro seek rare double; DR MARTENSWESTERN. 542
Football: Four-goal Smith silences his critics. 399
Football: Harriers' cash-back Cup plan. 235
Football: Haynes, Robson and Hill give Cottagers a blast from the past; The weight of history favours Fulham, explains Brian Halford. 461
Football: Kennedy fit again following new scare. 315
Football: McAllister casts wide net after double blow. 305
Football: Mikes aim to nullify Hay's deadly power. 443
Football: NON-LEAGUE: Halesowen Town. 166
Football: Pollet loan bolsters Saddlers as Lee aims to plug defensive gaps. 563
Football: Sutton returns to haunt Rovers; UEFA CUP REVIEW Blackburn 0 Celtic 2 (Celtic win 3-0 on aggregate). 363
Football: Taylor is buzzing for derby contests. 732
Football: Vickers' eye set on Blues comeback. 694
Gold star: Education award for college four years after closure threat. 293
GOLF: Golding bid to escape Tour prison. 797
Green belt battleground chosen for confrontation. 442
Hilton cuts back in uncertain climate. 500
Hindujas to deny arms deal charges. 556
Hospitals disaster planning. 119
HSBC a Household name in US market. 513
Hunt down the 999 hoaxers. 568
Hunt lobby accused of facism link. 484
Ice-cream seller fined over tunes. 115
Inquiry reveals widespread election fraud in Birmingham. 340
Invensys follows in blue-chip footsteps. 489
Jackson is star witness in legal row over gigs. 453
Kordan to lead Shoosmiths. 414
Legal and Finance: AIM threat if no concessions. 180
Legal and Finance: Don't let the taxman take your family inheritance. 548
Legal and Finance: Executive chairman is an endangered species. 443
Legal and Finance: Foreign bribes must end. 236
Legal and Finance: Government gets tough on 'dirty' money. 539
Legal and Finance: How the law is levelling trademark playing field. 581
Legal and Finance: Six contracts in six weeks to buck trend. 248
Legal and Finance: Teaming up: Partners in core litigation business. 171
Legal and Finance: World class action: Merger puts Reed Smith in global elite. 342
Legal decision puts equality into wedlock. 318
Letter: Bring back the Brits to our football teams. 89
Letter: Bypass no way to boost image. 155
Letter: Countryside is ignored again. 176
Letter: Help to get our news tapes. 238
Letter: Proper consultation for Hagley Road residents. 373
Letter: Rough ride for the inner city. 313
Letter: Routine repairs good for regeneration. 129
Letter: Wardens can help in fight to wipe out litter. 145
Lord Howe warns of US-Europe arms gap. 348
Lords rejects latest bid to clear the 'Guinness Four'. 519
Man shot dead after row at pub. 143
Map to matrimony: Family law firm moves to city. 90
Marconi row finance head loses his post. 185
Market Report: Invensys value is cut by a quarter. 504
Motoring: Cruiser packs a punch. 574
Motoring: Dim drivers urged to see light over road safety. 343
Motoring: Driving attitude separates the sexes. 286
Motoring: Quality is key for used cars. 117
Motoring: The art of communication. 624
Mum-to-be aged 12 has support of her mother. 552
No study on debt market by DTI. 498
On This Day. 200
On-the-spot fines hailed as success. 216
P&O 'dismay' at handling of terrorist threats. 493
Perspective: Now it's not enough to say: Trust me, I'm a doctor; In recent years, medicine's governing bodies, led by the GMC under Sir Donald Irvine, have begun an overhaul of the health services to make practitioners more efficient, transparent and accountable - and less liable to be sued. Andrew Davies talks to Sir Donald about the litigation that is yearly eating away at health service budgets. 1352
Perspective: Reasons to be cheerful, party three. 624
Police evict refugees at church. 131
Police in Champions League over crimes. 340
pounds 2.2m for executive 'bullied' by chairman. 322
Powergen writedown. 132
Prisoner of hope's new task; The new Bishop of Birmingham is inaugurated at St Philip's Cathedral tomorrow. Religious Affairs Reporter Emma Pinch meets a man who has been a risk-taker throughout his life. 1183
Racing: New ban means end of Gallagher's career. 515
RALLYING: Sainz likely to follow in McRae path. 244
Regulator 'not asleep on job' over split trusts. 305
Residents claiming road plan victory. 515
Ring of confidence: Doughnut chain wants bite of UK market. 153
Royal Mail trims its losses by third. 569
Rugby Union: All-change Irish face Fijian test. 223
RUGBY UNION: Aston OE. 208
Rugby Union: Bees refocus after cup 'distraction'. 451
Rugby Union: Cov keep tradition alive for Albion. 524
Rugby Union: Ross in for same-again Scotland. 221
Rugby Union: Wales warned of Canadian threat. 388
Rugby Union: Woodman's knock lets in Leonard. 649
School merger plans 'will not be abandoned'. 212
Security fears for execution. 142
TENNIS: Sutton rise to top with youthful approach. 694
The Pope calls for baby boom. 146
The ultimate adventure playground; Our taste for adventure is apparently growing and we're willing to travel just about anywhere to get that rush of excitement. But adrenaline junkies need only go two miles from Birmingham city centre to satisfy their needs, as Paul Groves discovers. 446
Theme for Today. 146
Tories call for fleet of spare training fire engines to be released. 434
Wayfarer and Systech sold off by Meggit. 341
Weapons inspectors target 1,000 sites. 338
Yell goes shopping to boost turnover. 348

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