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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 5, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
'Double standards' over Camp Delta. 336
'Hitler' Bush rap. 139
'No evidence' mother would kill herself and autistic son. 394
A truly British way of life in the Atlantic; Hundreds of thousands turned out two weeks ago to fight for a traditional rural way of life. But Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves finds such a lifestyle is alive, well and thriving - as long as you don't mind moving to the Falkland Islands. 1554
Advice day for Hindu women. 103
Appointments: Steve is given new role by York & Ford Paper. 398
Appointments: Workers pushed too hard will simply move on. 466
Archive. 192
Asylum seekers to face benefits cut. 221
ATHLETICS: Rivals Holmes and Ceplak friends again. 378
Average house price more than pounds 100,000. 343
Barclay brothers acquire Littlewoods group for pounds 750m. 426
Basketball: Garbelotto loads his Bullets for tilt at European success. 469
Bigamist walks free from court. 111
Blair priest jailed for sex assault on boy. 88
Boatman killing man charged. 111
Bollywood Review: Bad boy in car death scandal. 397
Brindleyplace one of top UK places to visit. 212
Business Digest. 235
Civic giant dies after long fight against illness. 423
Cricket: Consultative Morgan plans firm leadership. 331
Cricket: Pakistan defiant after Australia take charge. 153
Cricket: Walsh shows benefits of traditional values. 338
Currie says affair scandal will blow over. 254
Elton's charity dates. 88
End of the line: Lili loses strength after battering Louisiana coast. 130
Fact File. 295
Football: Albion's brand new era; Vince Ellis on how Albion hope to keep much-needed cash rolling in. 1152
Football: Allbck aware of big picture; Villa's Swedish star is happy to wait for an opportunity, he tells chief football writer Hyder Jawad. 1499
Football: Allner remains calm as Rodgers renews old rivalry; CHELTENHAM AND SHREWSBURY. 464
Football: Brewers toast Farrell loan spell; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 517
Football: Bruce cautions Savage. 958
Football: Busst plea for goals to be shared. 172
Football: Chance to shine for James and Seaman. 234
Football: England place offers another incentive in battle of hot-shots. 896
Football: Gayle says sorry to Pitmen. 464
Football: Golden boy to hammer former idols; Vince Ellis talks to Blues' chairman about an emotional journey home. 1140
Football: How the annual sack race turned into a non-event. 785
Football: Hunter's no-show ends Hinckley link; DR MARTENS PREMIER. 319
Football: Jackson shuffles the pack to narrow gap. 287
Football: Kenny Willis. 173
Football: Lee's astute mind games inspire Saddlers; Words of wisdom: Manager hammers home self-belief message. 548
Football: Leeds losing out to SA in Radebe row. 220
Football: Luntala set to make late debut for Moors. 296
Football: McCann in Robins nest. 83
Football: Megson to keep faith in Murphy. 251
Football: Molby will run gauntlet of angry fans on return to Harriers; Kidderminster Harriers v Hull City. 490
Football: Moore's Town split 'amicable'. 490
Football: Parsons takes time to see Jones prosper; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 302
Football: Relaxed Jones not yet ready to panic; Wolverhampton Wanderers v Sheffield United. 666
Football: Rovers buy to stay at the top; DR MARTENS WESTERN. 350
Football: Uefa to hold investigation after Ipswich pair's racial abuse claims; RACISM IN FOOTBALL. 431
Football: Welcome headache for happy McAllister; Gillingham v Coventry City. 446
Give state schools own cash - Redwood. 390
Goldfinger: Exhibition has licence to thrill Secrets behind 007. 179
Golf: Harrington back on route 66. 699
Golf: Iron-man Karlsson puts pressure on his team; Mark Garrod is forced into a tight spot on the greens by a flash of Swedish rage. 267
Golf: Langer ponders next move as Torrance quits Ryder captaincy. 479
Golf: Moult still spotting the birdies in search for success. 374
Heroin worth pounds 20m seized. 95
Hockey: University women maintain a degree of hope. 524
Home DIY craze soars. 192
Hospital admits waiting list errors. 513
I intended to blow up the plane, admits shoebomber. 508
I saw him swim, says Barrymore counsellor. 285
Investigation is critical of region's transport bosses. 462
IRA spying arrest has peace process reeling. 617
Is inertia hampering the long-awaited banking revolution? 797
Judge jails US Taliban soldier for 20 years. 338
King sacks PM. 82
LA Fitness glows with good health. 308
Leading Article: Good Hope warning. 210
Leading Article: Grassroots action to combat disillusion. 254
Letter: Beware Iraq's fifth column. 81
Letter: Bring on the tigers and chimpanzees. 302
Letter: Edwina's advice to overseas travellers. 88
Letter: Misunderstanding these rescue dogs. 163
Letter: Pinta politeness down the drain. 126
Letter: Taxing questions on the Bible. 260
Loans on homes record pounds 10.6bn. 535
Magazine will fight Major over libel case. 331
Man is being quizzed over gunshot murder. 131
Man shot in carjack attack. 173
Market report: Lower still at end of a torrid week. 307
Market report: Telford tops for growth and potential. 242
Marksman killer hunt. 95
Mondeo man now needs a bit of prestige. 192
Morris sidesteps A-level fiasco. 341
Muslim scholar condemns terrorism. 411
New evidence backs republican theory of break-in. 371
Next phase of Eastside open to offer. 152
No leads yet in hunt for bird lady's killer. 512
OECD says Brown forecast is wrong. 395
Officer bailed. 84
On This Day. 219
Personal Finance: Beware of buying the car that may have been a wreck. 286
Personal Finance: Cleaning and packing is high on list of house-moving stress. 346
Personal Finance: Demand for 'Financial Health Service'. 502
Personal Finance: Free retirement planning seminar. 210
Personal Finance: Mortgage lending expected to keep rising. 407
Personal Finance: Pensions and market forces. 617
Personal Finance: Sign of the times: Bradford and Bingley changes sex of resurrected character. 280
Perspective: Iron Angle: Hedged bets may spell end to 'treacherous' challenge; Birmingham City Council under scrutiny with a slant. 567
Police target job-weary workers. 306
Policeman jailed. 90
pounds 300m for Parliament building. 268
Power to people as city residents direct project. 531
Property deal brings new misgivings for workers at Goodyear. 377
Property: Just what the family ordered; gets the lowdown on a lofty period home set in rural surroundings and with plenty of room to move around. 819
Property: Under Hammer: pounds 20,000 worth of antiques to be won. 284
Protester wins battle of pavement. 167
Racing: Jockey Club braced for corruption backlash. 499
Racing: Sulamani has enough pace to seal Arc glory. 487
Racing: Zonergem ready to shine at Newmarket. 693
RALLYING: Burns still on track to keep world title crown. 366
Retirement with a plan can be rosy. 598
RUGBY UNION: IRB forced to call off grand clash of the hemispheres. 486
RUGBY UNION: Moseley face daunting clash. 818
RUGBY UNION: Tindall appeal for an early Bath response; ZURICH PREMIERSHIP. 269
Sacked newspaper secretary wins pounds 27,000. 166
SCOTT on SATURDAY: Left in the dark over cup defeat. 1227
Selby-style disaster is averted. 205
Shoot-out in pub car park. 146
Showbiz news: Cage is Back Up to the fray. 402
Smith faces growing chorus of disapproval. 454
Smoker awarded pounds 18bn damages. 111
SPEEDWAY: ICE HOCKEY. 120
SPEEDWAY: League champions Wolverhampton. 103
The Business Profile: Mark Humphries: Loft shell soft sell; Deputy Business Editor Philip Williams meets a man with a very personal slant on city living - and some lofty ambitions. 1441
The Noble art of comedy; As Birmingham audiences get ready to laugh at this year's comedy festival Al Hutchins gets a comedy masterclass from Ross Noble. 993
Theme for today. 165
UK driving towards record year for sales. 677
UK law on hitting children outdated. 577
Union anger over schools' pounds 45bn PFI funding. 293
We're only here for the beer - not those pesky predatory females. 939
Weapons inspectors wait for Security Council. 392
Weekend: Antiques and collecting: Box clever idea recognised as pillar of our society. 860
Weekend: Antiques and collecting: City of colourful delights; Richard Edmonds discusses the importance Bath played in the life of 18th century artist Thomas Gainsborough. 1027
Weekend: Antiques and collecting: Collecting Diary. 172
Weekend: Archive: Remarkable monuments in a memorable church; Ross Reyburn visits one of the most remarkable memorials in in all England. 1091
Weekend: Archive: The hidden giant who stands behind closed doors; Chris Upton discovers there are treasures to be found in a forgotten Shropshire village. 1125
Weekend: Books: Book lines. 616
Weekend: Books: Documentary sweetmeats throw light on the Bard; Shakespeare for All Time. By Stanley Wells (Macmillan: pounds 30). Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. 1076
Weekend: Books: Fierce rivalry of the genius and the grafter; Jack and Bobby. By Leo McKinstry (CollinsWillow, pounds 20). Reviewed by Simon Evans. 409
Weekend: Books: The invisible people making the most out of a minimum wage; Below the Breadline - Living on the Minimum Wage. By Fran Abrams (Profile Books, pounds 6.99). Reviewed by Caroline Foulkes. 533
Weekend: Bridge. 439
Weekend: Chess. 485
Weekend: Culture: CD Reviews - Classical CDs. 301
Weekend: Culture: CD Reviews - Farm from the madding crowd. 946
Weekend: Culture: Jazz CDs - JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK. 670
Weekend: Culture: Karrin Allyson - In Blue (Concord). 451
Weekend: Culture: The Devils Dark Circles (Tape Modern). 404
Weekend: Deep sea dining. 145
Weekend: Family Life: Deadly sickness at the heart of British cancer care; Better funding, swifter diagnosis and up to date drugs mean that breast cancer sufferers in America and some parts of Europe are more likely to survive their illness than women in Britain. Rachael Crofts reveals the shocking statistics. 1722
Weekend: Food: Jamie Oliver - Naked ambition; He's the cheery Mockney geezer with the barrow boy phrases and wacky lifestyle - or is he? Naked Chef Jamie Oliver talks to Caroline Foulkes about his new restaurant, his new book and the things that are important to him. 1892
Weekend: Food: Side Orders. 557
Weekend: Gardening: Ban the bleak midwinter; Summer blooms may be fading but that doesn't mean the baskets and containers have to be put away for the rest of the year, says Hannah Stephenson. 631
Weekend: Gardening: Gardening Chores. 186
Weekend: Gardening: Plant of the Week. 139
Weekend: Rambling: In tune with the countryside. 703
Weekend: Signs to watch out for - Breast Cancer. 106
Weekend: The Knowledge - DJ Carlos. 581
Weekend: The Saturday Interview: DJ Carlos - DJ's problem with matters of the heart. 2032
Weekend: Travel Facts. 428
Weekend: Travel Facts. 133
Weekend: Travel: Haven of sun, sea and fine scenery; Elderly British tourists and golfers are not the only ones attracted to the Algarve on Portugal's southern coast. Gareth Murray discovers fascinating history and a vibrant night scene on the beach and inland. 852
Weekend: travel: Jersey's timeless natural beauty; Abundant wildlife and plants are among the attractions that Harvey Elliott discovers on Jersey where the peaceful countryside is a reminder of Britain's past. 1004
Weekend: Travel: Las Vegas in the jungle; Ten years ago, it was an area filled with horror as a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, but today Cambodia is welcoming capitalism as easily as it welcomes the dollar. 747
Weekend: Travel: Passport to travel. 1223
Weekend: Weekend Close encounters of the wet kind; Travel Editor Lisa Piddington goes behind the scenes at two of America's leading theme parks and enjoys the chance to walk, talk and swim with some of nature's greatest creatures. 1132
Weekend: Why pampered pets prove it's not a dog's life any more; Gourmet food, vitamins and animal accessories are big business and the pet market is expected to top pounds 3.5 billion in the UK this year. So are simply a nation of animal lovers or is there something more worrying about our fascination with pampering our pets? Rachael Crofts reports. 805
Wembley developer buys into Arena plan. 283
Wembley Stadium: 1923 - 2002: Football: Astle strike worthy of creating history; 1968 West Bromwich Albion v Everton. 265
Wembley Stadium: 1923 - 2002: Football: Blues left bitter by Albion's WG brace; 1931 West Bromwich Albion v Birmingham City. 347
Wembley Stadium: 1923 - 2002: Football: Goals, legends and memories; The old Wembley will be mourned for its colourful history but a new stadium will answer the needs of the 21st century spectator, says Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad. 735
Wembley Stadium: 1923 - 2002: Football: Gregory's tactics made for no lasting memory; 2000 Aston Villa v Chelsea. 287
Wembley Stadium: 1923 - 2002: Football: How the waiting ended for Coventry; 1987 Coventry City v Tottenham Hotspur. 253
Wembley Stadium: 1923 - 2002: Football: The day Gayle's golden goal turned the stadium all blue; 1991 LDV VANS TROPHY FINAL Birmingham City v Tranmere Rovers. 357
Wembley Stadium: 1923 - 2002: Football: When McParland felled Red Devils' double plan; 1957 Aston Villa v Manchester United. 367
Wembley Stadium: 1923 - 2002: Football: Wolves joy through Richards strike; 1974 LEAGUE CUP FINAL Wolverhampton Wanderers v Manchester City. 279
Why the cost of vet treatment is biting into pet owners' pockets. 473
Woman's bridge death plunge closes M-way. 157

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