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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 10, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
Aga forks out cash for pounds 2.3m Troldahl. 116
Aid work resumes. 87
All staff switch to new lab company; All smiles: Testing and research team scores with buy-out. 352
America remembers victims and heroes. 337
Anti-hunt campaign rejects compromise. 618
Arafat hits out at terror attacks. 528
Archive. 179
Archive: Birthdays. 222
Archive: On This Day. 232
Asbestos at motorway services leads to company fines. 399
Back to basics: Children to be taught about antibiotics. 198
Barriers will hide Huntley from crowd. 301
Barrymore pool man had taken drugs and drink, inquest hears. 486
Bosses and unions relief at British Energy bail-out. 536
Bovis Homes growth goes through roof. 297
BOWLS: Premier Division One- Saga-sponsored Warwick & Worcester CBA. 162
Bulmer shortfall sees shares slide. 390
CamCop: Biking Pc can capture evidence. 107
Campaign map reveals impact of a 'Heathrow'. 434
Carillion agrees pounds 9m Maxxiom deal. 195
Cemeteries need more protection. 200
Characters see sales triple; Dusted down: Basil in new brush with fame. 368
Chelsfield profits hit by Global venture. 480
City View: Highly-skilled staff now the prize to buy-ups on cheap. 500
Cricket: Five-wicket Cooper has Herefordshire on target; MINOR COUNTIES. 178
Cricket: Oval Question Time. 743
Crystal ball gazers failed in predictions; After the terrorist attacks in the USA, a new world order was forecast, but, says Jonathan Walker, little has changed in British politics. 1068
Culture: Explosions to light up the Birmingham sky. 407
Culture: Hereford's visual feast. 329
Culture: Pram enters a dreamy new phase; Pram Flapper & Firkin. 270
Culture: Radio Choice. 105
Culture: Role which calls for diplomacy; It is sometimes said that a conductor 'leads' a performance. So what does the orchestra's leader do? Christopher Morley explains. 823
Culture: Tinsel Town re-invented itself; Mike Davies looks at how Hollywood responded to the events of September 11. 989
Culture: TV Choice. 124
Culture: Where was the big festival climax?; Martin Longley Last weekend's ArtsFest was a big success, but Sunday evening's programme ended it with more of a whimper than a bang, writes. 512
Cycle lanes ideal for nervous riders. 273
e-business: Bertrandt UK wired up in IT investment. 270
e-business: Bouyges in NEC deal. 124
e-business: Computer skill specialists go international. 321
e-business: DVD wars set to fast forward. 665
e-business: How to make e-mail a key part of the marketing process. 462
e-business: HP: We weren't nuts. 157
e-business: Interactive CD wins acclaim. 168
e-business: IT failure 'is primary cause of work rage'. 278
e-business: Lobro speeds through record orders. 279
e-business: Napster goes to its grave as US bankruptcy court blocks sale. 462
e-business: NEC gets swipecard deal for Travelodge. 389
e-business: Nintendo and Sony well ahead of the game. 466
e-business: Orange is going back to basics. 193
e-business: Pay your way to stay in front of the pack. 519
e-business: Phone project is still ringing. 644
e-business: Sackings over e-mail rocketing. 132
e-business: SCC takes on security marketing. 173
e-business: Surprise location: Connectivity but no Midland connection. 158
e-business: Thieves out to steal your identity. 228
e-business: Windows Media product takes off. 549
Families mourn in their own way. 349
Far-right row fells Austria's coalition. 277
Father rebels over son's 20-mile school journey. 639
Fighting fund set up to beat airport plans. 325
Football: Alpay peace plan at Villa. 714
Football: Dobie told to ignore international ignominy in favour of Albion; Gary Megson backs striker despite Scots' flak, says Hyder Jawad. 645
Football: Ferdinand preparing to run Leeds fans' gauntlet. 183
Football: Fleming in debut as Bears seek second slot. 425
Football: In Brief: NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 106
Football: Moore and England help to ease New York pain. 202
Football: Selectors make provision for long haul Down Under. 835
Football: Smith sets target for goal-shy Harriers. 442
Football: Vassell's example 'justifies friendlies'. 674
Football: Walsall facing up to Hay's absence; WORTHINGTON CUP. 723
Football: Why Blues' Anfield joy angered Sir Alf Ramsey; Brian Halford looks back to Birmingham City's only league win at Anfield, way back in January 1978. 872
Future looks fluid at IMI. 579
Girl robbed and raped. 106
Graduates have inflated salary ideas. 390
Greens blast major road scheme as Labour u-turn. 722
Guinness Peat surges after shares disposal. 228
Hammerson in offer for rival. 295
Health boss warns of 'checks' care crisis. 253
HIV cases diagnosed reach record levels. 539
HOCKEY: Hockey England Ltd (HEL). 143
How region will pay tribute. 211
Hundreds of teachers still wait for all-clear in vetting chaos. 370
Inspiring Lenny given top award. 210
It's go for Galliford as leading developer Tenon's portfolio of services pays off. 1084
Jet-ski challenge. 94
Kinnock gets a grilling over EC fraud witch-hunt. 437
Labour reveals shock. 96
Leader's conflict over role of Nato. 124
Lung danger from bacteria. 210
Mama, weer all honoured now. 296
Marconi's ring of confidence. 282
Market report: Share Prices- Nerves take toll as Wall Street slides. 542
Much more needs to be done to relieve debt. 315
New man in driving seat at Alvis Vickers. 170
New York Diary: Firefighters will lead memorials in Britain. 481
New York Diary: Trying to get away from all the hype and tasteless money-making. 529
New York Diary: World must weep for all tragedies The key is communication. We have to dispel the misunderstanding that terrorism is allied to religion, in particular, Islam. This has created some anxiety and fear amongst the population. 720
Nuisance tenant evicted after neighbour abuse. 189
One Year on September 11: BIA looks to recover after year of turmoil. 524
One Year on September 11: Dealers edgy over Hershey joint bid. 377
One Year on September 11: Down to earth; The human cost of September 11 is only part of the story. Steve Pain reports on the lasting impact of the attacks on the world aviation industry. 1222
One Year on September 11: Manufacturers' profits hit hard by price squeeze. 582
One Year on September 11: Ssangyong accused of bank scam. 183
One Year on September 11: William Hill sees football a safer bet. 616
Out in the open: Former chief spy-catcher champions women in business. 112
Parents' fury at mindless destruction of baby graves; Cruel tragedy: Vandals leave trail of smashed ornaments and broken toys in cemetery. 560
Pensions crisis could be Labour's undoing. 527
Perspective: The culture of the victim will make victims of us all. 614
Perspective: The world faces up to economic realities; The much-anticipated financial collapse in the aftermath of September 11 failed to materialise but, as Ashley Seager reports, the long-term effects are starting to kick in. 760
Petition to help stroke sufferers. 148
Portable unit firm makes move to float. 250
pounds 100m canalside setting in store. 383
pounds 560m aid = 7,300 lost jobs. 568
Racing: Racing world plans silent tribute for September 11. 506
Racing: Weqaar can confirm Newmarket promise. 248
Radstone lands pounds 2.2m Turkey deal. 122
Residents in battle to save 1950s prefab homes. 274
Rugby Union: Cloudburst fails to dampen spirits in Moseley revival. 683
Saddam could be months away from nuclear bomb. 406
Sinn Fein asked if it has links to ETA. 192
Soldiers killed beneath tank. 151
Students to be mentor pioneers. 181
Task force to deal with imported diseases. 458
Tennis: Sampras a giant in patriotic hothouse. 795
the Birmingham Post comment: Budget challenge fails to hit the mark. 311
the Birmingham Post comment: Noddy's 'onour. 191
Theme for Today. 121
Top central bankers expect slow pick-up. 425
Travis Perkins looking perky after profits leap 25.2 per cent. 460
Trouble at Mill hits UK Coal's earnings. 476
Tyra's 'image' camps. 80
Uzi inventor dies. 87
Victim was stabbed six times. 502
War On terror: 'No-war' demand to Blair by TUC. 675
War On terror: Allies bomb no-fly zone defence site. 242
War On terror: Call for global law enforcement plan. 207
War On terror: Hijacker with knife held by passengers. 116
War On terror: Muslims 'do not trust TV news'. 262
War On terror: Saddam spies keep his nuclear dream alive; Dossier of doom: Report charts Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. 471
War On terror: Tory leader backing over Saddam threat. 453
Warning after girl is assaulted. 143
We should behave like good guys. 131
Why are we picking on Iraq? 205
Widening plan for motorway. 138

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