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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 9, 2003)

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Abbey trust fears threat to the nation's heritage. 892
Amanda is backing Birmingham to win retail war. 331
AMERICAN FOOTBALL: First career injury blights Hart's chances at Dolphins. 368
Appointments: It adds up for David with Jobson James. 480
Appointments: Just the Job: Fewer tribunals but increasingly litigious workers. 577
Archbishop calls for summit. 592
Archive. 224
ARCHIVE: Windswept memorial corners the market in silence; At the National Memorial Arboretum, 40,000 trees have been planted to commemorate British lives lost during the many military campaigns of the last century. And even those who deserted are remembered. Chris Upton reports. 1020
Autumn break in Birmingham. 142
Bike death is third at same spot. 184
Birmingham Post Comment: Police are getting the call to inaction. 367
Birmingham Post Comment: Save our historic sites. 174
Bohemian rhapsody; In the second of our two-part series on Paris, Travel Editor Lisa Piddington heads south of the river to St Germain des-Pres where the city's Rive Gauche really comes to life. 940
BOOKS: Anecdotal accounts from a pioneer of modern-day spin; A View From The Sidelines, by Michael Shea, Sutton, pounds 17.99. Reviewed by. 556
BOOKS: Lashings of praise for rip-roaring children's stories; Who's Who in Enid Blyton by Eva Rice, Orion, pounds 12.99. Reviewed by. 553
BOOKS: The weird and wonderful adventures of John Doe; Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers by Mary Roach, Viking/ Penguin, pounds 14.99. Reviewed by. 482
Brave tourist up for award. 80
Break time: Campaign to help carers recharge their batteries; As a major campaign is launched to give carers some respite, Community Affairs Reporter Neil Connor meets a self-proclaimed 'old rocker' who finds solace in his Harley-Davidson when he reaches breaking point caring for his disabled daughter. 399
BSkyB and BBC net football deal. 144
Business profile: From 1p apples to pounds 210m turnover; Martin Faint talks to Glencullen Group owner Bill Cullen -who's only trying to get a cup of tea. 2082
Casino brawl recruiter jailed for eight years. 183
Chemist guilty in Bulmer's brewery plot. 184
Child porn loner gets three years. 465
Civil service threatens strike over pay levels. 313
Clean-up councillor red-faced over litter. 288
Cockle-picking swoop nets the benefit cheats. 325
Compulsory pensions plan gets backing. 202
Cricket: England all present imperfect; Choosing the best team to take the Test match may not be the selectors' scheme. Jack Bannister is worried. 1024
Cricket: Moody reasons why Worcestershire should be confident. 361
Cricket: REMEMBER?........ BOB TAYLOR: Temperament and climate fair catch for classy 'keeper; Bob Taylor tells Andrew Collomosse how ego and some cold days got him stumped. 597
Cricket: Richardson and Wagh added to Bears' plan; NATIONAL LEAGUE Warwickshire v Glamorgan. 335
Cricket: Shropshire lads intent on taking Lord's slot; CLUB CRICKET. 324
Cricket: Worcester lesser lights are vital to Lord's final bid; CHELTENHAM & GLOUCESTER TROPHY SEMI-FINAL Worcestershire v Lancashire. 737
CULTURE: Youth almost compensates for experience. 458
Digital sets sounding good for UBC Media. 381
Disabled not handicapped; Changing Attitudes, a week of programmes aimed at combating discrimination and developing awareness of issues surrounding disability, is being launched by Carlton television tomorrow. Andrew Davies talks to blind actor Ryan Kelly about living with disability and prejudice. 1390
Dresden looks to 800th birthday a year after flood. 553
Drinks industry cashing in on hot spell. 451
Drummer on sex charges. 139
Equation adds up to wedded bliss. 195
Fight for life in lawless Baghdad. 398
Financial Week: THE WEEK'S REVIEW. 936
Flash mobbing craze set to take the UK by storm. 262
Food: Side Orders. 744
Football: Adebola to find net if he remains injury-free; ONE TO WATCH. 341
Football: Alvechurch. 215
Football: Blues just Taylor-made for keeper; Maik Taylor wants success for club long admired, says James Nursey. 612
Football: Bruce is confident gamble will pay. 442
Football: Chippo exits as compatriot Safri fights to join line-up. 391
Football: COVENTRY CITY. 141
Football: COVENTRY CITY: Ins Outs. 114
Football: Donaldson in Royals bid. 127
Football: Family support helps Figueroa. 615
Football: Funding commitments put FA's national centre on hold. 319
Football: Hadley stumped by sacking. 410
Football: Informed views sought on potential successor to fill Eriksson's shoes. 481
Football: Mean, lean fighting machine. 308
Football: Megson anxious to hit ground running. 862
Football: New-rich Chelsea shadow old rivals. 253
Football: No doubting Thomas. 937
Football: ONE TO WATCH: Merson gamble could land jackpot. 597
Football: ONE TO WATCH: Williams sees chance to surprise pundits. 443
Football: Quality signings spark optimism around Bescot. 610
Football: Reaching play-offs is OK!; Harriers manager Ian Britton tells it straight to Colin Stoner. 548
Football: Realistic Gee insists team can be much more than Lambs to be slaughtered. 673
Football: Revived Forest ready to pull up some trees; DIVISION ONE PREVIEW. 274
Football: Saddlers now riding at a gallop; James Nursey suggests Walsall are slowly establishing themselves as a competitive Division One club. 692
Football: Seabury receives ultimatum. 258
Football: Sense of Peace amid teamwork and grit. 1086
Football: Son unable to mark Turners' family occasion; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 703
Football: Spirited search to find club's real level; Chief football writer Hyder Jawad senses a mood of optimism around The Hawthorns. 657
Football: Stanley forced to join Petty on Moors' treatment table; NON-LEAGUE. 585
Football: Strength in depth key to Harriers' bid for promotion. 488
Football: Summer buys set for early battles; Ged Scott on the need for Sky Blues newcomers to ensure no repeat of post-Christmas slump. 843
Football: TV deal to 'revive' fragile finances. 416
Football: WALSALL. 107
Football: Wembley. 221
Football: Wolves move into top gear; Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 Boavista 0. 630
From the woggle to the Net. 152
Gang may have taken swan to eat. 243
Get the taste of summer and tap in to tapas; It's not just clothes that come in and out of fashion -food does too. At the moment, tapas is hot and happening. To celebrate this, the Spanish Sherry Institute has commissioned eight Michelin-starred chefs to design the ultimate tapas menu. Nell Raven discovers Spanish sizzle. 979
Gilligan first up in Kelly investigation. 456
GOLF: Ebullient Davies prepares for birdie shoot after closing in on leader. 471
GOLF: Monty's on prowl in search of glory; EUROPEAN TOUR: NORDIC OPEN. 767
Government to foot bill for Omagh court fight. 404
GPs advised on panic over breast cancer risk. 477
Heroes' return: Sailors home from Iraq war. 217
High-fliers: Virgin Atlantic soars back into profit. 227
Hijackers 'crashed terror jet'. 257
Home & Gardens: Gardening Chores. 282
Home & Gardens: Nuts and bolts: Get decked out. 657
Home & Gardens: Plant of the Week: GAILLARDIA (BLANKET FLOWER). 140
Home & Gardens: Water works; Ponds need a fair amount of maintenance at this time of the year to keep them at their very best, says Hannah Stephenson. 601
Interview Jackie Gay: I always thought writing was something other people did. 2275
John Bright: Menna plays the fallen hero. 1018
Letter: Airport is still part of area's Green Belt. 281
Letter: Don't miss out on a Metro solution. 136
Letter: Help the hungry hedgehogs. 162
Letter: How can Snake Hips eat so much? 112
Letter: Unholy alliance is closer to home. 222
Man held over murder. 102
Martin joy to be home with his beloved dog. 580
McCarthy quits after bid fails. 177
Measles alert as fewer parents bring children for MMR jab. 401
MOTORSPORT: FORMULA ONE: Canadian race chaos after Ecclestone denies axe claim. 467
MP wants body art craze to be regulated. 302
Officers had to jump to avoid kerb crawler. 226
On This Day. 195
Pc recovers after being deliberately run over. 263
Personal Finance: Beware a taxing time if you buy. 197
Personal Finance: Coventry to label ATMs. 164
Personal Finance: Get your budgets into shape. 1013
Personal Finance: Majority of complaints against tied advisers. 235
Personal Finance: Property investment is alternative to pensions. 251
Personal Finance: Punters back 'chip and Pin' credit card drive. 266
Personal Finance: Taste of France is in reach for you. 452
Personal Finance: Who is next to play role of Superwoman? 627
Personal Finance: Women really are the safer drivers. 296
Personal Finance: Young ones set to take account of student life. 317
Perspective: Get moving: Saddle up to beat the traffic -and the bulge; Two wheels are better than four for all sorts of reasons. Chris Smith argues that the bicycle is a long-term solution to both road congestion and poor health. 1250
Perspective: Style counsel; Today's style conscious society and those who hang on every word of self-proclaimed gurus are heading for a big fall warns Sarah Evans. 682
Perspective: The Iron Angle: Something slightly scary about ice cool Dr Spock; Local government under scrutiny with a slant. 694
PM's trip triggers a Barbados invasion. 1302
Police phones could go private. 502
President may campaign for Arnie. 226
Property: Buyers can nail this interesting property; Just four miles outside Birmingham city centre and you'll find a gem of a home that is just packed with history. Helen Macklin reports. 685
Puma spotted on the loose. 116
Racing: Callan wins partial success. 204
Racing: Eddery to lead from the front. 662
Racing: Loder and Holland celebrate landmarks. 282
Racing: Mezzo Soprano can be on song. 296
Racing: O'Brien dampens expectations. 500
Racing: Turner of fortunes. 481
RALLY OF FINLAND: Martin in top gear to hold off Gronholm. 262
Rambling: To the Manor lawn. 706
Review: Haha is not to be laughed at. 271
Review: Haha is not to be laughed at. 425
Review: Haha is not to be laughed at. 194
Review: Haha is not to be laughed at. 420
Rock star charged on girlfriend's murder. 114
RUGBY UNION: Reuben Thorne. 277
RUGBY UNION: Wales' World Cup call. 908
Scot to be deported. 104
Shining performance for Anglo American. 526
Siege pensioner crushed to death. 257
Sister of man jailed for stabbing in bid to free him. 479
Sky scores a pounds 1bn-plus Premiership goal. 374
Stan will monitor caesarian problems. 572
Strong sales to boost Dell. 121
Taxi driver stab charge. 91
Theme for Today. 151
Toll road charges 'will force lorries to stay on motorway route'. 402
TOURING CARS: Croft blank braces Muller to threat of colleague Thompson. 361
Travel Facts. 266
Treason dismissed. 81
Troops' death toll still rising 100 days after Bush declared war over. 623
UK Coal confident despite pounds 80m losses. 386
US blames radicals for embassy bomb. 376
We're innocent, say freed Saudi bomb case Britons. 560
Welsh politician denies racism. 233

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