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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 3, 2002)

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1,500 pupils may have got wrong results. 243
100,000 may be hit by A-level exams fiasco. 671
A feeling of well being. 132
A-level grading row predicted in 1996. 281
Age is about more than the right make-up; Perspective. 682
Age no barrier to success in business. 363
Allied Bakeries picks LDV; Using their loaf: Loads of dough invested in new vehicles. 212
Arafat anger over plans for Jerusalem. 458
Archive: 25 Years Ago. 225
Archive: Birthdays. 200
Archive: On This Day. 216
Asylum plans 'must go'. 277
At the top of their game. 585
BA high fliers at awards ceremony. 146
Baggott leaving for top job in Leicester. 425
Ban on beef lifted as French relent at last. 514
Be breast aware, women told after study. 381
Beckham clothing range fails to save M&S executive. 329
Bid to save orders from Agco. 293
Blue-chip gains put out better signals. 471
Breaking the beggars' chains. 134
Broad Street becoming sleazy, says Warman. 378
Brush up on Geography. 133
Builders receive design awards. 363
Bulmers sheds another 80 jobs after extensive union talks. 409
Buyers of new cars able to grab a bargain. 259
Chairman of exam inquiry 'sympathises' with students. 224
Chamber steps up insurance campaign. 274
Chips firm loses an Arm and a leg. 304
City View: Twisting tale of Blair and Brown and the famous five. 504
Corporate collapses highest in region. 243
Council chief fears end of local politics. 156
Cross-country corridors will cut journey times. 341
Currie tells all as Major stays silent. 176
Danielle uncle trial. 80
Debt-ridden student 'killed his family'. 347
Derelict site will be given new look. 678
Designs on consensus; In the second of our two-part series on women in business, Jo Ind meets an architect who designs buildings for young people. 1213
Drawings looted by Nazis to be returned. 244
Driver killed in car crash. 86
Egyptian treasures continue to shine; Aida Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham. 359
Ferraris to sell new stress device. 152
Fiasco gives good cause to sue, says city lawyer. 813
Fireboats fight blaze; Hosing down: One of world's largest luxury liners gutted. 314
FOOTBALL: Birmingham Senior Cup. 234
Football: Blues pass Stern test on rocky road; Leyton Orient 2 Birmingham City 3. 896
Football: Diamonds' flaws exposed by Sky Blues; Coventry City 8 Rushden & Diamonds 0. 600
Football: Dublin back in the fold; Aston Villa 3 Luton Town 0. 999
Football: Duke's class gives Albion the blues; WORTHINGTON CUP: Wigan Athletic 3 West Bromwich Albion 1. 908
Football: England face tough play-off. 245
Football: Grateful Devlin thanks Bruce after Scotland call-up. 605
Football: Jones' fury at Wolves' 'stupid mistakes'. 420
Football: Liverpool swamp sorry Spartak; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 173
Football: Red-faced Robins are not amused at Palace; Crystal Palace 7 Cheltenham Town 0. 321
Football: Taylor looks for right mix to spark Premier revival; Vince Ellis sees the Aston Villa manager take no chances against Luton Town. 664
Football: Walsall add endeavour to skill for prize Forest scalp; Nottingham Forest 1 Walsall 2. 650
Gang held over death. 97
Girls' sex diseases. 89
GOLF: Fun a victim of winning cause. 837
GOLF: Ryder ball for Europe's inspiration. 359
GOLF: Tired Torrance opts to miss out on pro-am event; DUNHILLCUP. 662
Hammond Suddards Edge looks to move. 492
Hardy perfectly at home on tour; Political comedian Jeremy Hardy has hit the road for the first time since his career was launched from the Edinburgh Fringe 14 years ago. Terry Grimley reports. 640
How campaign is a Change for Better; Crime Reporter John Revill looks at why the police in Birmingham city centre are supporting an innovative scheme to help beggars and take them off the street. 621
I love being Irish, but I'm no purist; Charlie Melvin hears from Ireland's ravenhaired queen of song. 1273
IMI quits copper-tube business for more brass. 403
Iraq rejects UK's dossier as 'empty propaganda'. 640
Jaguar and Land Rover show up well on US sales charts. 458
Jewellery Quarter first for a decade. 445
Killer crash mobile phone link. 609
Labour at Blackpool: Assembly turns on a 'proud Brummie'. 385
Labour at Blackpool: Clinton on Blair as bridge with US. 561
Labour at Blackpool: Comprehensive ideal 'has failed'. 377
Labour at Blackpool: Ministering to environment: Meacher takes a chilly dip from cleaned-up beach. 264
Labour at Blackpool: More bobbies on beat, says Blunkett. 382
Labour at Blackpool: Security scare from delegate. 197
Labour at Blackpool: Spending on school sports set to triple. 206
Landmark site to be finished by July 2003; City core rejuvenated: Sneak preview of Interchange Place. 197
Letter: Car-free day is welcomed. 242
Letter: Co-operation better than competition. 270
Letter: Europe super state is reality. 462
Letter: Keep an eye on the future. 217
Letter: Police checks are pointless. 111
Letter: Train trip's perfect advertisement for car lobby. 446
Letter: We must act now to avert coffee disaster. 206
Major ducks media as Currie attacks ex-lover. 864
Man charged in bus stabbing terror. 82
Mega deals are often the kiss of death. 407
Milosevic clashes with Croatia's president. 292
Motor Show should drive NEC Group into the black. 558
Nation mourns each and every senseless murder; Iraq has dominated the headlines in recent weeks, but events in the Middle East have not improved during that time. Former Midland couple Lola and Norman Cohen describe another tragic death close to their home and the hope that has emerged from it. 792
New police chief pledges a 'quality service' for region. 709
Optimists look for October sales rise. 416
Pothole brings chaos to M-way. 171
pounds 20,000 worth of antiques to be won. 243
pounds 20m boost for 'quality of life'. 108
Puerile and simple popstars say goodbye. 845
RACING: Godolphin colt can reel in his rivals. 414
Rage goes for calm sale and cost cuts. 593
RALLYING: McRae's goal. 174
Review panels to look at 31 subjects. 418
Robber's regret. 147
Robbie 'rich beyond his wildest dreams'. 254
Royal Bank of Scotland leads record take-up. 174
RUGBY UNION: Bold Stour in Doncaster test. 493
RUGBY UNION: Wilkinson voices new series fears. 163
Seal killer virus spreads. 147
Search for Milly case man goes on. 285
Severn Trent prices rise. 483
Shakespeare houses cut hours in pounds 1 /4m crisis. 367
Shoe bomber plea. 93
Some other revelations in the diaries. 391
Son claims damages for father's death 12 years ago. 417
Space launch halted. 94
Specialist's role in Europe pays off. 324
Speeding fines stunt condemned. 176
SPEEDWAY: Wolves claim title. 151
Speedy making fast progrerss. 189
Staff take things in their stride as launch date looms; Show goes on: Contractor works round customers in refurbishment. 430
Star's 'lapse': Community order for Adam Ant after gun incident. 249
TENNIS: Henman and Rusedski cry off. 507
TENNIS: No fear of away trip for Davis Cup boss. 327
The real victims of exam fiasco. 501
Theme for Today. 134
Top officer wants prostitution legalised. 337
Train death inquiry. 107
Travis Perkins in pounds 45m CCF deal. 468
Trinity Mirror rescinds appointment of new finance director. 408
TV garden raises planning issue. 185
Virgin trains make up time by missing out stations. 444
Warwickshire named one of the best places to live. 481
Wolves makes good pensions shortfall. 565
Woman in fence dispute may be sent back to jail. 291
Woman's body found in flats. 81
Workforce: Employees give bosses the thumbs down. 287
Workforce: Mothers helped to balance careers. 463
Workforce: New powers to settle disputes more quickly. 227
Workforce: Why shorter hours beat lottery win. 186
Workforce: Young in care face better prospects. 502
World still unready for attacks by bio-terrorists. 285

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