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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 9, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
Abbey National battle is looming. 399
ABF swigs down pounds 171m Ovaltine. 321
Advice gives little firms big returns. 504
Airport noise focus of protest meeting. 188
An oeuf is enough for Henry; A Birmingham father has created a cracking tale for young children, discovers Dagmar Winther. 683
Antique Style: Intriguing beauty beauty; Papier mach has been a favourite with antiques collectors for many years. Jeremy Thornton, of Biddle & Webb, looks back at the history of this beautiful material. 575
Antique Style: pounds 20,000 worth of antiques to be won; THIS WEEK'S UNDER THE HAMMER - FURNITURE. 771
AOL slashes price of broadband. 337
Appetite-inducing gastro porn a la Nigella; It's pasta and pizza heaven at the Naked Pepper, but make sure you're not on a diet, warns Alison Davison. 700
Archive. 226
Archive: On This Day. 225
Barratt homes boss dies in car smash. 322
Behind the facade of the respectable businessman. 424
Bio-terror jabs plan for UK. 180
Blair is being Big Brother - and figures prove it, say researchers. 274
Burning ambitions: Boom for gas engineers; Rod Kenyon, director of the British Gas engineering academy, which was officially opened yesterday in Basingstoke, Hampshire. 225
Bush talks of Saddam plots; International. 565
Care climbdown by police is welcomed. 306
Chapman appeal. 119
Charnwood Dynamics ready for blast off to the final frontier. 573
Claims Direct debtors pursued. 395
Clamonta takes over rival in 'perfect fit'. 301
Clear the skies of the offenders. 101
Conservative Party conference: EU's red tape 'now crippling business'. 470
Conservative Party conference: New assemblies 'would tear up county history'. 348
Conservative Party conference: Savings option as pension solution. 173
Conservative Party conference: Spelman: It's time to talk of compassion. 1640
Conservative Party conference: Tebbit chides May. 124
Conservative Party conference: Tories work on the divide between Brown and Blair Conference; Political Correspondent Jonathan Walker reports on the second day of the Conservative Party Conference in Bournemouth. 564
Court told of uncle's Danielle fixation. 477
Cricket: Elliott offering wake-up alarm. 349
Cricket: England see pace plan as key hope. 1306
Cricket: Lara-less Windies batsmen to test India. 392
Culture: Getting a grip on practicalities; A Midland maker has won a top award for his cutlery designed for people with physical disabilities. Jo Ind reports. 523
Culture: Own goals to Nige, no score for music; Nigel Kennedy: Polish Chamber Orchestra Symphony Hall. 220
Culture: Piano jazz fit for the new century; Martin Longley talks to Swedish jazz trio EST which is taking the music scene by storm. 824
Culture: Radio Choice. 108
Culture: Recording success has legal pitfalls; Amateur Stage. 1014
Culture: Sensitive types reveal their lighter side; Coldplay National Indoor Arena. 275
Culture: Six actresses preach to the converted. 248
Culture: TV Choice; Tipping The Velvet Channel 4, 8pm. 145
Daewoo administration will bring redundancies. 248
Detective killed in crash while on murder case. 352
Dirty money laundered from Black Country shop. 460
Europe may call but he has his finger on the city pulse. 534
Exports 'back to upward trend'. 550
FASHION STYLE: Big in Japan. 214
Fire chief's pay claims 'outdated'. 212
Firefight: Sydney under threat from 70 blazes. 83
Football: 'Battle of Britain' for Blackburn and Celtic; UEFA CUP. 437
Football: Balaban targets big day. 802
Football: Beckenbauer offers cheap-ticket pledge for next World Cup. 269
Football: Cisse's selfless display after tragedy prompts fans' tribute. 564
Football: Eriksson's words of comfort to axed pair. 394
Football: Hold-up at final venue. 143
Football: Houllier suggesting Friday night fever to lighten schedule. 475
Football: Hull want Molby to continue. 247
Football: Johnson backs Savage style. 792
Football: Kenna rewarded with recall to Republic. 316
Football: Lee makes most from freedom of Bescot. 396
Football: Powell's reminder of reality for Blues; Vince Ellis on a voice of experience trying to calm fans' growing optimism. 760
Football: Vogts is backing Douglas to keep cool against Iceland. 561
GPs open their doors to tackle drugs problem. 524
Greasy spoons are slipping. 98
Growth Fund gets its own special delivery. 453
Have blooming gorgeous nails. 263
High Street newcomer puts its left foot forward. 638
HomeForm on form. 141
House swears in city barrister to circuit. 129
How no one at Marconi is to blame (it says here); City View. 520
Improvision wins prestige award for innovation. 380
In store, in style. 446
In the frame: TV's Tommy Walsh gets the garden going. 154
IRA 'must go' to save peace process. 297
Killers target elderly. 161
Labour leadership's tensions laid bare. 227
Leading article: Put city's soul before election pantomime. 522
Letter: Equal treatment for the elderly. 269
Letter: Severn Trent abuses its power. 174
Letter: Take leaf out of Clinton's book. 81
Letter: Train of events will lose customers. 308
Licensed to thrill: Bond girl a secret agent for classical music. 248
Logica and CMG out to form giant company. 489
M&S stuns market with revival. 311
Marconi's Bonham 'regrets' lost cash. 632
Market report: Confidence goes after Wall Street shuffles. 571
MD wants plenty of hangers-on. 268
Mobile phone transmitters' loophole target of campaign. 290
Monks in wake-up call to AWM. 318
Motor racing: Handicap idea wins no support; FORMUL AONE. 504
Moving memories of Milly's laughter. 326
My morning after the night before; Andy Howell, relegated to Labour's backbenches after failing to oust Sir Albert Bore as leader of Birmingham City Council, tells Chief Reporter Paul Dale that he has no regrets about his bid for power. 1109
Omagh 'work of two terror groupings'. 290
Perspective: A friendly hand for the unpronounceables. 609
Perspective: Banging the drum for poetry; Tomorrow is National Poetry Day and also sees the start of the acclaimed Birmingham Book Festival. Roshan Doug is supporting both and hopes the Midland public embraces its literary heritage. 1155
Perspective: Tories begin campaigning against Labour in earnest; The Conservatives can start winning again, says Meridan MP Caroline Spelman, a member of the shadow Cabinet. But only if they stop squabbling and get firmly behind their leader, she tells Jonathan Walker. 754
Poetic food for thought. 91
Police pay BBC man damages for libel. 529
Post People: A night out under canvas POSTPEOPLEPOST PEOPLE. 98
Post People: It's the fort that counts. 136
Post People: Old school ties. 164
Post People: Post Weddings. 278
Post People: Tutoring toasted with Champagne. 148
Post People: Welcome support. 128
Promise to turn tide of rail decay. 509
Racing: Chandler fights back on corruption claims. 624
Racing: Docking of wins dulls Fallon double. 259
RALLYING: McRae and Grist split. 178
Rapist rang terrified victim from jail after CPS blunder. 171
RMC out to sell its waste management arm. 194
Rottweilers going to dogs. 97
RUGBY UNION: Banned White out of home England Tests. 294
Rugby union: Traynor uncertainty disrupts Moseley. 587
Screen star Phyllis Calvert dies at 87. 138
Shell appoints livewire to run support scheme. 221
Slowdown in property boom 'soon'. 622
Snooker: Peter Ebdon. 157
Soham caretaker fit to stand trial for murders. 555
Solicitor is struck off after inventing court hearing. 206
Sportswear firm boss is found hanged. 272
Streets must be made safe, muggers told. 173
The cutest little baby place; BABY STYLE. 848
The dirty money and the shop on Darlington Street; The backroom of a nondescript shop in the Black Country was the hub of a pounds 25 million money laundering ring. Crime Reporter John Revill discovers how police smashed the conspiracy. 561
Theatres to cut waiting lists. 199
Theme for Today. 186
They're the Topps for tiles as Bester now lays plans. 401
Time is running out, warns Chesterton. 874
UK economy looks set to grow at rate below the trend. 1026
Uniformly good for Alexandra. 224
Vacuum bra which 'will ensure bigger breasts'. 232
When a flat was sharp. 556
Why Edith, 100, may be moved from her home. 244
Why Tim Byrne is on his travels. 515
Win tickets to design-a-home show; Be inspired by your surroundings at an interiors exhibition in a historic house. 324
WINE STYLE: On the Grapevine; Clive Platman tastes wines from Down Under. 923
Women conned murder victim. 546

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