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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 16, 2003)

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'Evil must end' say police after father dies in hail of bullets. 377
A Prior engagement; Steeleye Span's Maddy Prior MBE has survived an eventful 39-year career. Charlie Melvin talks to the first lady of English folk music. 886
Achille Lauro hijacker held in Iraq. 192
Airguns that maim and kill. 222
Airport's expansion ambitions. 237
Amateur Stage: American speaker 'wannied' for song. 855
Archive: 25 Years Ago. 216
Archive: Birthdays. 222
Archive: On This Day. 234
ATHLETICS: Norwich Union Sports. 122
Bad egg bosses told: be fair to bank holiday staff. 387
Bar Med wants Stock Exchange listing cancelled. 365
BEAUTY STYLE: Easter bunny. 421
BEAUTY STYLE: RETAIL THERAPY. 392
BEAUTY STYLE: Weight off your mind. 536
Beware. . . the dodgy barbecue In Brief. 154
Beware. . . the dodgy barbecue. 154
Bid move for comic group. 142
Blakelock son award. 86
Bosnian Muslim commander denies war atrocities in Serb villages. 387
Burberry checks out a warmer winter. 427
City View: Damned lies, National Statistics and house prices. 516
Commercial property suffers a steep fall. 332
Community living with fear of further violence. 592
Confidence in property market high. 452
Contrasting tales of economic renewal. 226
Crash experts inquiry may see convictions overturned. 166
Cricket: Old Hill to use vision of Headley. 297
Cricket: Powell tests Warwicks' depth; A pre-season injury to the captain has put the Bears' quality in focus, says Ged Scott. 1131
Cricket: Teenager Taibu gets chance to impress. 473
Cut red tape to save teachers, say MPs. 395
DANCE STYLE: Dancing feat; A new agency is being set up to help youngsters learn dance. Lisa Salmon looks at how would-be Billy Elliots will benefit. 990
Danger of the 'nutter factor' in Bell case. 196
Danger Zone; The murder of Mohammed Sabir was the eighth violent death in the last seven months within a half-mile radius of Lozells. 132
De Vere puts pounds 9.3m aside to satisfy the VAT man. 301
Debenhams looks to a brave new world. 555
DESIGN STYLE: House of Orion; out John Rocha's designs for the Orion Building in Birmingham take city centre living beyond just a space to live in, as Caroline Foulkes finds. 975
Donkey devotees: Museum staff qualify to offer expert care advice. 134
Door is closed on 'sex in public' offence proposals. 583
Eagle owl is outfoxed. 126
Eagle owl Jazz outfoxed by the wild. 204
Earnings up at IBM for first time in two years. 351
EazyLite shows the way into a pounds 600m market. 401
EC chemical red tape will tie up firms. 243
Education is failing young blacks in city renaissance. 564
Elf chief in the dock. 137
EMI is set to reduce severance terms. 312
Euro pressure piled on Brown. 251
Family film treat at a great price. 143
FASHION STYLE: Catherine the great. 432
Fire dispute in focus on what can be agreed. 436
Fire strikes still an option as deal moves closer. 436
First step: Low-floor vehicle breakthrough. 263
Five pound note sold for pounds 20,000. 91
Football: Azerbaijan suspended. 154
FOOTBALL: Chelsea's charge a painful reminder; Villa's failures have been highlighted by the Londoners' Champions League push, says James Nursey. 621
Football: Euro elite cool on Platini's radical wish for Champions League. 451
FOOTBALL: Late Shilton strike keeps Harriers hopes alive; Rochdale 0 Kidderminster Harriers 1. 358
Football: Loose Saddlers fail to punish edgy Sky Blues; Walsall 0 Coventry City 0. 766
FOOTBALL: Miles sinks battling Shrews in injury time; Shrewsbury Town 2 Macclesfield Town 3. 286
Football: NON-LEAGUE. 223
Football: Peace avoids board battle. 932
Football: Portsmouth enter Premiership; NATIONWIDE REVIEW. 376
FOOTBALL: Portsmouth enter Premiership; NATIONWIDE REVIEW. 294
FOOTBALL: Revived Irwin likely to face Millwall. 513
Football: Tamworth just one win from Conference; NON-LEAGUE ACTION. 481
Football: Upson joins pleas to Dugarry. 640
Football: Wenger pins faith in Gunners mental strength for crunch; PREMIERSHIP TITLE RUN-IN. 643
Foster couple vow to keep refugee boys. 247
Frantic race to save 30 trapped. 206
GOLF: Seedy Mill Golf Club. 101
H&M feels cold March weather. 302
HEALTH STYLE: Muscling in; Nick Foley discovers that it isn't just women who worry about their bums (or any other part) looking big. Media images of the ideal male have created a generation of body-conscious boys. 995
Helicopter crackdown on speeding bikers. 286
Holidays changed to cope with new Jaguar XJ demand. 113
Industry downturn on way says Knowles. 376
Invensys sells off half its business. 482
Iraq War: 'Popular' Bush fears downturn. 135
Iraq War: Ancram snipes at Short in press row; BRIEFING. 411
Iraq War: Catastrophic looting of nation's treasures. 174
Iraq War: First steps are taken on the road to democracy; POST WAR: Bank security: US Forces continue to provide law enforcement. 627
Iraq War: Frantic race to save 30 trapped. 207
Iraq War: Hoon says sorry to pay shock war widow. 417
Iraq War: Kuwait doctors pledge to save bombed boy; MERCY VIGIL. 496
Iraq War: NHS 'not prepared for terror attacks'. 110
Iraq War: Solemn ceremony marks return of killed soldiers; HEROES RETURN. 692
Iraq War: Syria leader is dangerous, says Sharon. 159
Iraq War: Tory leader wants Spain and Italy in police roll; POLICING. 233
Iraq War: TV reporter's inquest opened. 162
Iraq War: US Muslim to inform on Abu Hamza. 155
Iraq War: US should look to its own allies. 122
Jailed farmer's 'terrific relief' as burglar's damages bid fails. 381
Kuwaitis' friends in the wider world; The Arab world is far from united. Esmat Salaheddin visits Kuwait and discovers feelings of desperate isolation. 732
Labour look for ring of confidence round city. 691
Lavendon sees 7pc growth rise. 149
Letter: Israel problem must be addressed. 148
Letter: Jews have a right to live in Judea. 304
Letter: Media perpetuates propaganda war. 224
Letter: Time for UK to join with USA. 233
Look east for new markets. 555
Manufacturing points a finger at banking system. 527
Mars mission opens. 278
Miliband drops hints about tests. 243
Mistaken policy. 261
Mitchells & Butlers stock market debut promises shareholder cash. 365
Modern Queen's unique story; Queen Noor has enjoyed an extraordinary life. But despite her royal status, she tells Cathy Mayer she is just an ordinary American girl. 1268
MOTORSPORT: Williams F1 team kick the tobacco habit with stop-smoking message. 541
MP wants laws to stop Network Rail's own vandals. 222
Music mogul to open centre. 84
Mussels need their sex lives boosting. 279
Nasa link to liven up lessons. 338
Negatives into negatives; Here's lookin' at you, mum. Parents and pupils from a Kingstanding nursery school have taken photographs of the area and had them made into postcards. Jo Ind reports. 419
New ban to stop perverts going abroad for child sex. 399
Nigella cooks up a treat at gallery party. 120
No let up: Royal Bank of Scotland signs up for 'lively quarter' with 8,000 staff. 333
No time to lose in meeting your date. 540
NS figures show house prices have been falling. 571
OBITUARY: Dr David Wishart, leading Birmingham academic. 372
OFFERS STYLE: Girls' talk; Two for one ticket offer for saucy new show. 272
Pendragon breathes fire into car sales. 222
Pharmacist who was struck off and jailed for NHS fraud back at work. 473
Pim Fortuyn's assassin jailed for 18 years. 357
Police plea to identify dead man. 449
POST PEOPLE: Bounty for business winners. 135
POST PEOPLE: Business is blooming. 122
POST PEOPLE: Feast of music in the garden. 433
POST PEOPLE: Firms band together. 138
POST PEOPLE: Guests swan around at new hotel. 155
POST PEOPLE: Interview by email Name: Tom Fortes-Mayer. 496
POST PEOPLE: Just gents at Mayor's do. 99
POST PEOPLE: Launch of new lab. 134
POST PEOPLE: Sense of achievement. 150
POST PEOPLE: Top of the props. 121
POST PEOPLE: What Kate did in the war. 176
pounds 4m drugs trial man is cleared. 209
Pursuing a new platform for pipe dreams; Alan Dear of the Royal College of Organists tells Christopher Morley about the organisation's future in Birmingham. 874
Queen bee amused: Swarm buzzing at Windsor. 85
Radio: Choice: Frontiers Radio 4, 9pm. 100
Revulsion to weapons has boosted amnesty. 361
Rugby Union: Concussed Walsh to miss Sixways run-in. 506
Rumsfeld rejects complaint over looting. 219
Safeway figures surprise amid takeover frenzy. 402
Sars bug Briton waiting on tests. 427
Secret airport plan axed. 492
Share Prices: Upbeat day on both sides of the Atlantic. 529
Short in briefing row. 182
Skills and knowledge the key. 198
Sky dive accident killed instructor. 244
Snatch children safely back home after hunt ends in Spain. 385
Sockatyes play support role. 371
Somerfield becomes target of mystery buyer. 416
Spanish wonder of fiery Carmen; Carmen - Birmingham Hippodrome. 260
Springwood club and bar 'remains strong'. 248
SQUASH: Priory cut Nottingham down to size to lift National league title. 495
Stuttering start to uplifting matinee finale; CBSO Symphony Hall. 245
Synergy: Acquisition keeps the heat up for FCS. 178
Syria leader 'dangerous'. 84
Table Talk: Ringing the changes for country pub TABLE TALK; Alison Davison discovers good old hearty - and tasty - dishes at The Bell Inn. 931
Teenage soldier discharged. 580
Tennis: Henman shoulders on after all-clear. 398
The right prescription for the local community. 585
The Victorian solution to peaceful parenting; Perspective. 632
Theme for Today. 160
Tories make promise to taxpayers. 268
Toy gun raider sent down for nine years. 237
Travel: Bulldog spirit shows with car hire. 200
Travel: Business Travel: Disease spells misery for travel; It's not just the war in Iraq that is taking its toll on the travel industry. As the Far East sees visitor numbers falling following an outbreak of SARS, Wei Gu reports on how business is coping. 667
Travel: Great savings to be had - from just pounds 10 a night. 325
Travel: in Brief - Travel. 560
Travel: Increase in domestic travel from Birmingham. 285
Travel: Wait for tourists continues. 631
TV: Choice: Watermelon Central, 9pm. 168
UCE project aids online traders. 180
Wider implications of a rich, strong and stable Iraq; Britain and the US have turned the spotlight on Syria, highlighting how the hawks are winning the policy battle against the doves. But Syria is a vastly different proposition from Iraq and the coalition would be better served taking a more moderate line and ensuring a post-Saddam democracy in Iraq, argues Jamie Barton. 1127
WINE STYLE: On the Grapevine; Clive Platman savours great Champagne. 1029
X Golf gets players in swing of things. 241

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