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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 19, 2002)

1-137 out of 137 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Speak out against regional assembly'. 250
'Still a need to convince about assemblies'. 197
A lesson learned from feeding frenzy. 659
ABB sheds water and power metering. 354
Adults to make use of school facilities. 529
Ali daughter's shame. 88
Archive. 221
Autistic children deliver MMR petition. 293
B&Q puts power in Kingfisher growth bid. 557
BIA threat villagers vow to fight on. 380
Birmingham Post Comment: Seeking a home for those seeking asylum. 339
Birmingham Post Comment: Undemocratic contest. 146
Black Country Commercial Property: Boost for start-ups. 299
Black Country Commercial Property: Sign of life: Property venture helps revival. 461
Black Country Commercial Property: Upturn in demand for small offices. 239
Black Country Commercial Property: Virtual viewings. 130
Blair hit by income tax row. 614
Blunkett backs raid on mosque. 290
Blunkett forced to give CRB extra time. 296
Blunkett tells young refugees 'to go home'. 461
Board meetings: Indoor skate park set to open. 225
Bright spots hidden by market gloom. 363
British lecturer on US teenage sex charge. 112
Brush up on geography: Stratford-upon-Patea, North Island, New Zealand. 104
Cemetery ban on wind chimes. 165
Cheap CDs blocked by record companies. 98
Chemical teams told of difficult task before them. 396
City at cutting edge of canal renaissance. 327
City View: Take AIM to strike that elusive profit target. 503
Commercial Property: Capital value helps assets buck trends. 639
Commercial Property: pounds 39m change of ownership. 114
Commercial Property: Pubs facing squeeze on rents. 339
Court delay hits family. 145
Cricket: Batty and Kabir sustain Worcestershire's slim promotion hopes; At New Road (first day of four): Worcestershire (52 for one) are 194 runs behind Derbyshire (246) in their first innings. 533
CRICKET: Bears' big hearts on track to take prize; At Hove (first day of four): Warwickshire (20 without loss) trail Sussex (352) by 332 runs in their first innings. 556
Cricket: Bears' starlets Aussie anguish. 650
CRICKET: Essex in top flight as Notts chase third slot; CHAMPIONSHIP REVIEW. 363
CRICKET: Lara likely to miss tours as Warne returns. 337
CRICKET: Trescothick ton sets up India showdown. 611
Culture bid to put region on the map. 551
Culture: Big world of rock: A victory for the establishment. 449
Culture: Nahid steps out alone to spread message of peace; World-renowned dancer Nahid Siddiqui tells Terry Grimley about her latest show and forthcoming collaboration with Birmingham Royal Ballet. 938
Culture: Our God. 176
Culture: Review: Laughter and tears in poignant comedy; My Night With Reg Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 405
Culture: STREET LIFE: Tourists savour Custard mix; Birmingham needs to think small if it wants to transform the bigger picture, writes Terry Grimley. 965
Don't stop drink and cigarette tourists - EC. 177
EC gives the nod to Vauxhall's 'compensation' grant. 391
Edinburgh Fund Managers shares take a beating. 224
Football: Albion can deepen turmoil for Liverpool. 460
Football: And, finally, Forlan breaks duck; CHAMPIONS' LEAGUE. 310
Football: Balaban on glory trail Villa missed. 686
Football: Ellis is Gold award winner on blackest of nights for Villa. 466
Football: Feuer steps up for Wolves. 334
Football: Kiddy sick as parrots. 93
Football: Normann proves McAllister's wisdom to snatch big point for Sky Blues; Coventry City 1 Sheffield Wednesday 1. 711
Football: Walsall's backroom turmoil. 353
Gaskell shake-up goes on. 506
Gene hope in cancer treatment. 164
Girl, 13, attacked and raped in park bushes. 144
Golf: Belfry's firm stance on cameras and mobiles. 314
GOLF: Colin Montgomerie. 93
GOLF: Greenwood faces Hall challenge. 116
GOLF: Tiger unhappy with cup preparations. 626
GOLF: Walker learns to be positive. 647
Harvey Nichols to go private. 282
Hershey rejects Cadbury bid offer. 553
Huntleigh on waiting list for NHS orders. 230
I didn't mean to kill, says burglar. 376
ITV's pounds 825m viewing. 81
Judges take a look at our sporting life. 248
Kier Group is 'robust' despite downturn. 492
Labour backbencher asks Blair to outline Iraq policy. 471
Lack of US tourists takes shine off Bilston. 369
Lecturer denies passport fraud. 146
Lessons in friendship: Classmates of 50 years ago reunite. 226
Letter: American threat to world peace. 158
Letter: Blair needs to watch his back as the left rise up. 253
Letter: Embarrassing view of society. 175
Letter: History teaches vital lessons. 200
Letter: Please do not lead us all into another war. 166
Letter: Ring and Ride is a lifeline to its users. 494
Letter: Sympathy lost by Bush's policies. 231
Libya considering Lockerbie pay-out. 124
Listeners tune in to Chrysalis. 220
Loades to close site at Coventry. 147
Man lay on rail as train approached. 324
Man named in crash that claimed five lives. 134
Man remanded. 80
Market Report: FTSE falls to lowest level for eight weeks. 524
More job cuts on way C&W tells workforce. 381
NI police quiz pair after bomb seizure. 274
On This Day. 225
Oracle gloom as profits slide. 280
Outrage as French release Nazi collaborator Papon, 92. 344
Peacock struts back to lift shares. 405
Perspective: Life and death on the cutting edge; The front line is inching closer by the day. City surgeons are dealing with the casualties of an urban war fought by gangsters and gunmen. Richard McComb reports. 1296
Perspective: Military tactics vital to deal with crimes; Lessons learnt on the battlefield are now being taught at a course for surgeons in Birmingham. 623
Perspective: Strange kind of courage from Barrymore. 651
Polar ozone hole set to close. 114
Police chief slams drug law nonsense. 416
pounds 1.2bn plan to build 22,000 new homes. 194
pounds 2m wheeled in to give cycling a boost. 228
Pressure to mark down A-levels. 543
Programmer on terror charge. 92
Publisher's profits make good reading. 245
Rates cut would be 'premature'. 484
Record attempt: Organisers aim for 1,500 ring-a-ring-a-roses target. 81
Region's house-price rise fastest in country. 568
Richardson builds European interests. 521
Rugby Union: All-star fundraiser in danger of falling flat. 313
Rugby Union: Cited Britten in clear for Stour after unproved video evidence. 555
Rugby Union: Kynoch exit reflects worrying club trend. 356
Security makes pupils feel safer. 236
Shock for Bore as deputy challenges for top city council job. 393
Snack bar owner admits to poisonings. 309
So much more than a walk in the park; A Birmingham scheme to steer unemployed people into work while helping their communities is bearing fruit, as Emma Pinch reports. 679
SPEEDWAY: Wolves clinch controversial clash; Wolverhampton 51 Coventry 39. 283
Stitch in time: Revelations takes on export advice. 256
Suicide bomber blast at busy Israeli bus stop. 323
Tamil Tiger deal. 100
Terrified children see mother and child killing; A moment to reflect: Candles lit for three who died in village shooting. 305
The face of '66 is still looking good; Twiggy, the world's first supermodel, is 53 today. Caroline Foulkes looks back at the life and career of the skinny girl from Neasden. 705
The ultimate prize: Life after death. 181
Theme for Today. 125
Three-year action strategy to make city a safer place to live. 323
Time to tag paedophiles, says Tory. 341
Tobacco giant will axes jobs in the UK. 456
Travel strategy branded disgrace. 582
Virus kills dancer. 90
Warship heads home. 114
Why the delay with FBI child porn list? 546
Wildlife expert backs hunting 'middle way'. 332
Will the great survivor live to fight another day? 993
Workforce: John's a man with an addiction 589
Workforce: Shortage of skill levels is bosses' concern. 315
Workforce: University aids women returners into science. 288
You could have done more, say traders. 414

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