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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 7, 2002)

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'Blood drug' could reduce heart attacks. 199
'Homophobe' stabs the gay Mayor of Paris. 358
880,000 homes to be razed for new houses. 565
A magical mystery tour for Roshan. 203
Arrests over kidnap. 123
ATHLETICS: O'Sullivan and Kosgei prove too hot to handle. 701
Attempt at expansion proved too ambitious for Ford dealer. 152
BASKETBALL: Misfiring Bullets off to slowest of starts. 275
Birmingham Post Comment: We must give our leaders a fair chance. 499
BOXING: Harrison passes another easy test. 692
Boy survives 'Wild West' shooting. 191
Bridge solution. 149
Brush up on Geography: Norton. 86
Business and leisure plan for Fort Dunlop. 259
Child rights campaigner wants smacking outlawed. 275
City View: Deadly trade is the worst for weeks. 684
City View: Market waiting for sparks when Marks reports. 507
Council tells residents to get involved. 160
Cricket: Harrington's newheights. 1310
CRICKET: Late power failure leaves Britain's batsmen short. 573
CRICKET: Pakistan's fightback makes Aussies rue missed chances. 544
CRICKET: Time to declare for good of game; The World Cup may be in doubt if cricket's governing body fails to respect the very group which sells it. Cricket Correspondent Jack Bannister explains. 1141
CRICKET: Wide boy Alok foils Gibbs' run at record. 341
CROWN GREENBOWLS: Greville fight back for historic win. 299
Culture: Hattie's Red-y to Dwarf them all at comedy birthday bash; Al Hutchins finds how one moan about her life as a secretary opened the door to Hattie Hayridge's future. 1092
Culture: On your metal for cars spectacular. 457
Culture: Reviews: Honed from time and talent. 259
Culture: Reviews: New take on classic tale is certainly no tragedy. 280
Culture: Reviews: No surprises - just brilliance. 299
Culture: Reviews: Tactfully omitting the repeats. 257
Culture: Reviews: Treats and regrets intermingle. 286
Emergency pounds 640m loan bails out Fiat. 354
Football: Aranalde passes spot test. 756
Football: Baggies cut down by very fine line. 1295
Football: Cisse's bravery inspires City; Football. 1048
Football: Dyer fears walk-off on racist issue. 194
Football: Ehiogu puts Boro on way to victory; SATURDAY IN THE PREMIERSHIP. 174
Football: Eriksson keeps faith with impressive Vassell. 743
Football: Ferguson on doubtful list for Scotland; NORTH OF THE BORDER. 236
Football: Finishing school on Villa menu. 1063
Football: Kanu sinks Sunderland at the double; YESTERDAY'S TOP-FLIGHT ACTION. 409
Football: Keen Blades leave Wolves in tatters. 819
Football: Moore rant as penalty fells Millers. 205
Football: Murphy's not bitter despite referee's faulty decision. 635
Football: New Great Dane makes it an unhappy return for Molby. 642
Football: Sky Blues rewarded for lesson learned. 680
Football: Tide turns and swamps Robins as Blackpool turn on firepower. 448
Football: Williams strike leaves Shrews at wrong end. 387
Football: WORTHINGTON CUP: Blackburn reward for battling Saddlers. 272
Forces gather against asylum Bill. 244
Fundraiser Jane chalks up pounds 45,000; Champion: Great North Run sets the charity pace. 200
Golf: McKay foiled by Gustafson. 203
Golf: Warwicks crowned despite stumble. 359
Goodyear accused by unions. 221
Hitch a ride in the London to Brighton. 270
Horse of the Year Show thunders in to the NEC. 709
House of Orange mourns Prince. 354
Hundreds join in: Steam special celebrates station's 150th anniversary. 126
I plundered classical tunes, says Waterman. 263
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze too fiery but Panthers too tough. 393
In brief: MOTORSPORT. 106
Interest rates steady so far. 92
Ivory Coast rebels await ceasefire deal. 235
Joined twins recover from separation op. 238
Kashmiri forms an insult, says councillor. 224
KiIler's execution set. 111
Letter: Archive. 220
Letter: Golf, in the true spirit of the game. 173
Letter: On This Day. 215
Letter: Onlookers see PFI as blatant privatisation. 296
Letter: Ordinary people are dizzy from spin. 479
Letter: The countryside will fight back. 159
Letter: Trustees must avert pensions cash crisis. 283
Letter: We need action on health service. 192
Marketing & PR: Boxing clever again. 125
Marketing & PR: Clarke gets to turn up Saga sound. 567
Marketing & PR: Clive's Smart move. 128
Marketing & PR: PHWT in forefront of cancer campaign. 359
Mick in tune with school. 120
MOTORCYCING: New Honda aids Barros to first win. 159
My way now the only way. 695
New call on hospital to reinstate doctor. 501
NHS trusts to share in industry's best practice. 647
No plan to impose minorities, says leader. 351
Old folk drink too much says report. 427
Outrage over Archer making pounds 1m from his diary royalties. 249
Perspective: Immigrants must embrace our values and stop resentment. 793
Police 'tried to frighten go-kart boys'. 178
Powergen manoeuvres for Aquila bid. 240
Quiz kids: Stars in city for charity. 100
Racing: Athenian looks good. 136
Racing: Dettori's third French classic as Marienbard sees off Sulamani rally; RACING: PRIX DE L'ARC DE TRIOMPHE. 542
Racing: HORSE OF THE DAY. 102
Racing: Pilot sees off field to land big prize. 648
RALLYING: Gronholm's title as Burns crashes out. 631
Right, I'm off to bed to start work. 180
ROWING: Britain grateful to Coxless pair. 293
Rugby Union: Accurate Smith on target for gritty Bees. 546
Rugby Union: Brain denies elite reality. 999
Rugby Union: Moseley crushed by ton weight. 523
Rugby Union: Official half-time hurry-up inspires casual Coventry. 379
Rugby Union: Romanians targeting elite forces after big win; WORLDCUP. 265
Rugby Union: Wretched London Irish warned of French massacre. 916
Rugby Union: Youth key to belated Stourbridge win; POWERGENCUP. 616
Sacked PM takes on king of Nepal. 363
Sailing: Britain ride America's Cup wave. 196
Save up for university, new intake is warned. 367
Sex and the city, and funding student days; Nearly half of the 35,000 students in Birmingham will be forced to take a job during term time to meet the rising cost of fees and rent. Investigations Editor Richard Warburton examines why more and more are turning to the sex industry. 671
Share tips: Wolves worth a bite despite statement. 357
Sinn Fein boss 'had details of general'. 593
Sir Albert faces leadership challenge tonight. 209
Sniper bullet link to five US victims. 296
SPEEDWAY: Karlsson prepares for emotional farewell at Monmore's Olympique. 684
Straw move to get Iraq's neighbours on our side. 250
Students using sex trade to pay debts. 624
Survivor at Titanic fair. 116
Taboo which surrounds the nameless crime; It is still regarded as the crime that dare not speak its name, yet is more common than we realise. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves talks to a victim of male rape. 2044
Tears for Pope's saint of Opus Dei. 461
The day of reckoning. 1004
The demise of Arthur Daley. 375
Theme for Today. 181
Tories scrap NHS charging plan. 265
Tories winning battle to rebuild party - MP. 438
Tough month for commercials. 256
Toying with old memories; Dagmar Winther finds herself spoilt for choice in a very big toy shop on an outing to an NEC collectors' fair. 403
Trust banks on survival of rare sheep breeds. 264
Villa fanatic has watched 1,001 games. 193
Vote and we'll burn your home. 223
Why it's time to seek a compromise over repeal of Section 28. 423
Worldwide launch for city inventor. 371

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