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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 27, 2002)

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1: Henry Boot building on strong housing market. 359
20 years trading stands Myratech in good stead. 449
A cut above the average day out; Dagmar Winther reports on a free-for-all coppicing project at Kingsbury Water Park. 327
Air left in syringe led to death of car worker. 316
Allied Irish offloads bank. 134
Alpha expects to be a downturn beater. 362
Ambulance service given pounds 2.5m to fund expansion. 574
Ambulances hit by bed-blocking crisis. 293
Archer on target with Parkman. 186
Archer to face a life far more ordinary. 495
Archive. 130
ATHLETICS: Whitlock banned for two years. 117
Background: She will survive, say experts. 1106
Beeb denies pounds 70,000 garden spending spree. 497
Birmingham Post Comment: Estelle's poor start leaves room for improvement. 506
Brady visits dying his mother. 106
Britannia business works for members. 532
British cameraman killed in Chechnya. 296
CAA chief's advice on second runway. 315
Celebrity scuffle. 90
Chamber tries again with airport survey. 279
Cheap deals blow cold air on hire group. 358
City View: Wake up, Gordon, we've all noticed your NI 'tax'. 529
Commuter haven set in stone. 576
Costa holiday home pair vanish in Spain. 228
Cracking yarn of Henry Egg to help sick children. 329
Creating lots of interest. 1215
Cricket: Aussies all fired up for semi-final cauldron; ICC CHAMPIONS TROPHY. 480
Cricket: Wagh vows to get back in Test zone; The Bears' rising star wants to put 2002 firmly behind him, reports Brian Halford. 695
Culture: Fighting fit club can stand the heat; Clubland is supposed to be in crisis yet Birmingham's GodsKitchen celebrates its fifth birthday this weekend. Alun Thorne speaks to owner Neil Moffitt to discover how they've stayed ahead of the game. 700
Culture: Plumbing the depths of bodily functions gags; Van Wilder: Party Liaison Cert 15 92 mins. 945
Culture: Review: From adversity comes strength. 262
Culture: Tied by blood and headed for hell; Mike Davies reviews this week's new releases at the box office. 1308
Culture: To cut a long story short; Charles Melvin talks to one of Ireland's most successful ambassadors of song. 1856
Designer's idea of a man's idea of a sexy motor. 452
Educationalist with the human touch; After nine years at the helm of Europe's largest education authority Professor Tim Brighouse today stands down as Birmingham's learning supremo. Richard Warburton talks to the man responsible for making the city a byword for learning excellence. 1406
Elevated position in the village. 336
Ex-leader's relatives face death. 153
Ex-minister's corrupt cash. 124
Fair way is needed, city council's told. 365
Farmers face 'devastating' price rise on red diesel. 248
Football: Blount set to miss out for Burton; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 253
Football: Blues wary of Toon raiders. 826
Football: Delighted Johnson comes off transfer list as deal moves closer. 549
Football: In Brief. 114
Football: McAllister hunting for Partridge. 179
Football: Moors opt for Italian flair with Gioia deal. 463
Football: Olympic's big prize is hot-shot Gennard; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 282
Football: Patience the policy to assist Vassell. 621
Football: Racing Club Warwick. 96
Football: Rae of optimism: Wolves urged to build on midweek victory. 158
Football: Rovers' toughest test yet - Ford; COLIN STONER PREVIEWS THE FA CUP SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND. 400
Football: Royals pair ready for swansong against Yeltz. 382
Football: Simpson escape is on cards as Lee makes ends meet. 564
Football: Uefa vow action on 'racists'. 268
Football: Venables won't need to sell despite Leeds debt. 382
Football: Watford players agree wage cut to save club; NATIONWIDE LEAGUE NEWS. 302
For What it's Worth Bledington Mill. 1085
FORMULA ONE: Schu hits out at 'Formula Yawn' jibes. 611
Fueding loyalist terror group 'on the brink'. 238
Gas cylinders explode in brewery fire. 207
Georgian home with 106 acres. 1102
Global has deals with a plate of problems. 330
Golf: Opening note slightly off-tune. 339
Golf: The 34th Ryder Cup: Europeans no match for in-form Woods; The home side have to find something special says Michael Blair. 698
Golf: The 34th Ryder Cup: In Brief. 93
Golf: The 34th Ryder Cup: Quiet dignity replaces old jingoism. 727
Golf: The 34th Ryder Cup: Torrance confident of finding right mix. 885
Golf: Woods rises to challenge. 571
Good dividend and liquidity help Close. 534
Goose that came in from the cold. 129
Grade II half-timbered beauty. 457
I can't jail you, judge tells child-porn teacher. 624
ICE HOCKEY: In Brief. 147
Inquiry launched into 999 delays after heart attack man dies. 384
Investors rewarded for sticking with Infast. 395
Iron grip on golf security; Crowds heading to Wishaw for the start of the Ryder Cup today should anticipate heavy traffic, gun-toting police, no home-made picnics and no photographs, as Paul Dale discovered yesterday. 645
Jurassic Park thriller writer in gunpoint robbery terror. 97
Killer jailed for stabbing girlfriend. 100
Knighthood: Leading world economist honoured. 189
Kylie's Ka: Pop diva signs on with Ford's new baby. 96
Lad culture hinders success. 481
Legal and Finance: Long form may put off claimants. 200
Legal and Finance: Offshore investors will get Revenue surprise. 355
Legal and Finance: On the move: New home for city accountants. 226
Legal and Finance: Slowdown in European growth would hit region. 715
Letter: Fast response is the challenge. 124
Letter: Minority rich strong under Labour. 495
Letter: Recognise needs for elected assembly. 234
Letter: Shipshape reunion with the personal touch. 391
Letter: Skill and honest passion needed. 133
Letter: Tasty treat to remember. 92
Letter: World attractions on our own doorstep. 229
Liberal Democrat Conference: Preparing for power - at least a little more. 610
Lords site launched. 235
Maiden looks to pick up new markets. 422
Man jailed for racist attack on fellow fan. 405
Manor home has Domesday connections. 1253
Market Report: BT leads index back over 4,000 barrier. 528
Milosevic smiles in response to genocide charges. 242
Minerals suppliers' Chinese order first. 305
Mood on assembly is hostile. 504
More wardens on our streets. 413
Morris is clinging on to her political life. 269
Motoring: A case of car buyer beware. 1013
Motoring: Fashion statement: Take care of your 'soft' 4x4 off-roaders. 256
Motoring: Mid-life makeover gets the Almera up to speed. 853
Motoring: Motoring desire named Streetka. 427
MP breaks leg. 94
New posts at Kendrick. 211
NI rises will force firms abroad, warns EEF. 237
Not just victims: Confident companies can tackle crime as a business risk. 251
Nuclear cash. 98
Number of single-parent families has almost doubled over 15 years. 354
On This Day. 218
Paris Motor Show: Cost-cutting starts to pay dividends for Ford. 404
Paris Motor Show: Peugeot drives up car numbers. 727
Paris Motor Show: Profits blow for Mini and Rolls. 211
Paris Motor Show: This cat is a winner, beams Jaguar boss; French connection: British ambassador turns spotlight on new XJ. 434
Paris Motor Show: Women targeted. 106
Party-going peer is moved to closed jail; New home: Freedom will be drastically curtailed at Lincoln Prison. 569
Passengers could face trains tax. 214
Period stunner in the Cotswolds. 416
Perspective: Lone leader voicing the disquiet of many. 602
pounds 716,000 bounty of the mutiny. 118
Princess Royal formally opens police station. 84
Prison nurse tried to 'strangle' inmate, tribunal is told. 278
Purchasing a home from home. 428
Putin blocks Bush UN security move. 513
Quality of life in land of history. 843
Queuing for a stake in Diglis Road. 866
Racing: Big race blow for banned Spencer. 572
Racing: Mr Toad. 114
Railtrack orders more full-time repair staff. 363
Raising a glass to Manor Park. 187
RALLYING: McRae gets mission to drive Citroen forward. 329
Region is worst in UK for elderly care. 205
Reid e-mails used at trial. 115
Residents fume over Hagley Road plans. 359
RUGBY UNION: Maynard puts feet on level ground. 706
Sangatte shuts doors to asylum seekers. 385
Seal virus dying out. 110
Shopping mall celebrates first year. 161
Six killed in blazing plane. 80
Six Midlanders hurt in fatal coach crash. 190
Sleeping students. 89
Speed camera purge to net pounds 6m. 297
Surgery is best way to beat breast cancer. 475
Theme for Today. 207
Train derailment kills 12. 103
Tranquilty at Belmont Grange. 165
Truancy patrols keep down crime and help pupils. 339
Veneers of respectability shredded by revelations. 519
Vicar on the run for God. 109
Wembley faces the bulldozers. 131
You are not trusted, insurers are warned. 515

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