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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 27, 2003)

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'Death zone' of villages as 191 people are killed in Chinese gas well disaster. 315
20,000 are feared dead after quake. 166
A model career for June with the stars. 584
American soldiers die in attacks. 204
And what would a Christmas gag-fest be without a contribution from Mr Jones...Cheers! 249
Anniversaries. 199
Appointments: Is the Chinese grail already full of cars? 674
Appointments: Pathfinder surveyor will scout new sites. 501
Archive. 204
ATHLETICS: Hungry Gebrselassie aims to double up on NIA records. 454
Baby girl in mercy dash to hospital. 177
Best held after claim of assault. 132
Bishop's concern for wage row workers. 315
Books: A big help for small problems; The Complete Secrets of Happy Children, Stephen Biddulph and Shaaron Biddulph, Thorsens. pounds 12.99. 568
Books: Bestsellers. 168
Books: Children's books. 288
Books: Darling of the world of fashion; Shocking! Schiaparelli by Dilys E. Blum, Yale, pounds 45. 759
Books: Mike Ripley's Crime File. 593
Books: Reviews - My Holidays by Sylvia Smith, Picador, pounds 12.99. 305
Books: Reviews - The Scared Stiff by Donald E Westlake, Orion, pounds 17.99. 181
Books: Reviews - The Second Oldest Profession by Phillip Knightley, Pimlico, pounds 14.99. 172
Boy locked in cell for building tree house. 330
British bosses confident of good times making a comeback. 196
British rescue experts are ready to aid quake effort. 774
Caught on camera; The Birmingham Post photographers choose some of their favourite shots of the year. 95
Charity gift for children. 83
Cheers as QM2 sails in to new home port. 418
Conference to discuss physician assistants. 368
Council acts over memorial. 407
CRICKET: Languid Sehwag leads India while Australians lapse; MELBOURNE. 522
CRICKET: Lara and Jacobs delay South Africa progress; DURBAN. 260
CRICKET: Richardson foils Shoaib thrust in Kiwi recovery; WELLINGTON. 298
Crocodile hunt. 102
Culture: CD Reviews Real gems to be found away from the large companies; Christopher Morley chooses his classical recordings of the year. 816
Culture: Peter Bacon chooses his favourite jazz and world CDs of 2003. 1463
Culture: The old ones are still the best. 440
Customers warned over grown diamonds. 494
DARTS: Parting with past is champion's strategy to see off rivals. 414
Designer brands the ones to watch. 563
Family weeps for 'our murdered little angels'. 614
Film makers focus on city to celebrate 50 years of great documentary movies. 317
Firms surveyed over dangers of asbestos. 218
Firms warned over register. 399
Football: Blake hits equaliser for Sutton. 150
Football: Blues look to the Forssell for a dose of St Andrew's justice; Birmingham City 2 Manchester City 1. 1116
Football: Brown confident that Reds squad can go the distance. 422
Football: Burrows takes French leave while Studley chase history; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 316
Football: Edwards' days at Scholars limited. 276
Football: Emblen goal has Walsall flying; Cardiff City 0 Walsall 1. 729
Football: Gaardsoe rescues unlikely Albion; West Bromwich Albion 1 Derby County 1. 738
Football: Jones' desperate plea for fresh faces. 372
Football: Kenna happy to seize his chance to end drought. 1192
Football: Megson disgusted by his side's 'worst performance'. 389
Football: Mellberg makes European place a target; Skipper says confidence is rising in the ranks as unbeaten run goes on, reports Neil Connor. 484
Football: Mitchell's double strike proves Boro are sharing scoring burden; WESTERN DIVISION - YESTERDAY'S DR MARTENS ACTION. 481
Football: Moyes backs fiery Rooney. 132
Football: Norwich joy as Svensson goal follows Huckerby lift; NATIONWIDE REVIEW. 645
Football: Nuneaton see points bonanza vanish on day of derby draws. 385
Football: Oldbury chase Wood. 169
Football: Parrish wraps up points to lift Harriers; Yeovil Town 1 Kidderminster Harriers 2. 318
Football: Phillips sets Yeltz holiday maximum. 336
Football: Plymouth - fifth successive win. 136
Football: Punchless Coventry found wanting as Black signals Jackson move; Coventry City 0 Sheffield United 1. 589
Football: Restored Kenna sets up Blues' party time; Ged Scott on the Irishman who helped Blues end a seven-year itch with victory yesterday. 1112
Football: Smith challenges Willenhall to prove top-two credentials. 510
Football: Storming Sylla serves up big shock to raise Lambs' spirits; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 454
Football: Stourbridge told to let rivals do chasing. 359
Football: Super Henry's still the goal king for Wenger. 167
Football: Swifts joy after Jukes joins up. 165
Football: Villa stretch unbeaten run and fans' patience; Leeds United 0 Aston Villa 0. 1089
Football: Weakened United dismiss Everton. 350
Football: Westfields' dream is coming home. 339
Football: Wolves limit Gunners' damage; Arsenal 3 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0. 916
Four die, 12 missing in mudslides. 198
History of procedure. 172
I'd still sleep with children -Jackson. 407
ICE HOCKEY: Point will do job for the Blaze. 231
Is it still as safe as houses?; The property market remains one of the safest investment bets. The solid image does not always come with guaranteed security, but it can be the key to the dream of early retirement. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves reports. 1233
Just a laugh a minute in 2003; Here's a John Bright of the Year selection with a difference -all the jokes which featured amongst the anecdotes about Midlands businessmen in the past year. This week you get half the gags and next week the rest. And then we'll all go back to normal. So here we go... 1157
Landlords needing a charming image. 473
Letter: Anti-hunt MPs must show their mettle. 288
Letter: Botanical joys for all to see. 186
Letter: Good riddance to the fat bloke in red. 101
Letter: No need for animal experiments. 231
Letter: Regional body would be for local people. 370
Letter: Sport England is at fault in Rio case. 99
Mars team remain hopeful of success. 414
Midland Men are among the sharpest suited in the UK. 247
Ministers' baby provides their own Nativity. 203
More HRT choice, say women. 275
New double donations to keep blood stocks high; Giving blood to save the lives of others is one of the most selfless acts a person can undertake, especially during the festive season. A new way of donating which offers donors the chance of helping twice the number of people is being pioneered in Birmingham. Health Correspondent Sophie Blakemore reports. 789
Oarsman takes on Atlantic trial. 202
Packaging makers get equipment. 142
People resolved to get relax and get fit. 296
Personal Finance: Apartment homes still value for money. 275
Personal Finance: Beware the house phantoms. 687
Personal Finance: Bulls are getting ready for bumper year ahead; Stephen Glazzard (right), a stockbroker with Brewin Dolphin Securities in Birmingham, looks at the prospects for shares and the economy generally. 476
personal Finance: Finance firms face ban on 'best gloss' data. 339
personal Finance: Give up smoking, cut the drinking and pay off your mortgage early. 537
Personal Finance: Hidden cost of paying for your child's dream; Star turn: Fame and fortune beckons for Pop Idol winner Michelle. 487
personal Finance: Hold tight for a rocky ride on consumer rollercoaster. 1129
Personal Finance: Know your rights on faulty presents. 400
personal Finance: Takeover wins FSA approval. 194
Personal Finance: Top up that ISA while it's still a good bet. 313
Perspective: Blair's brief break could well be the calm before the storm; Not erveryone will be having a stress-free Christmas, says Chris Moncrieff. Certain MPs will be getting worried. 845
Pet grabbed as thieves take van. 236
Policeman shot dead after stopping driver. 495
Protesters insist end is in sight for blood sports. 455
Quick learner. 93
Racing: Drying ground worries rivals. 179
Racing: Gold Cup pointer in wet Dublin. 163
Racing: Nicholls strengthens his championship bid. 328
Racing: Rembrandt favoured. 614
Racing: Stand-in Bleu just champion for Lewis. 223
Racing: Veteran proves worthy sub. 996
Radio link will stop club trouble. 176
Residential Property: Georgian-style family home. 562
Residential Property: Help in securing your first home. 567
Rugby Union: Belated comeback for star Wilkinson; ZURICH PREMIERSHIP. 405
Rugby Union: Worcester still wary of eclectic Coventry; NATIONAL LEAGUE ONE. 699
Scientists refuse to give up hope on Beagle 2 mission. 583
Shop owners warned warned over squatters. 226
Shopping frenzy breaks records. 351
Study takes a look at life in the fast lane. 263
The Birmingham Post Comment: Empty promises. 171
The Birmingham Post Comment: Fox hunting debate should be over by now. 418
The Birmingham Post Comment: Welcome sight. 169
Theme for the day. 152
They Said. 81
Thin blue line helps to uncover the truth. 319
Thousands turn out to support hunt tradition. 653
Time to cut this unfair anomaly, says the Barber. 579
Titanic star Kate gives birth to a boy. 104
Transport firm renews supply link with NHS; Healthy load: TNT Express lands hospital delivery deal. 258
Weekend: A year of shattered dreams; It was another eventful year for the Midlands, but it got off to the worst possible start. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves reflects on 2003. 1207
Weekend: Antiques/collecting - Aviation history makes its mark. 1283
Weekend: Antiques/collecting - Cosmetics were more than a puff; A book documenting the life of cosmetics pioneer Helena Rubenstein is as perfect as the powder boxes she created, says Richard Edmonds. 1365
Weekend: Health - So what's your poison?; Want to party but don't want a hangover? Let Caroline Foulkes be your guide to avoidance tactics . . . and failing that, things that might help stop those elephants rampaging through your head. 1885
Weekend: National Review of 2003 - Year of shock, awe, and a V-sign. 2387
Weekend: Other names in the news. 198
Weekend: Passport to travel. 1056
Weekend: Pastimes, Rambling - Village lost in the mists of time. 744
Weekend: Quotes of the Year 2003 - What did they say? 1643
Weekend: Television TV's something old, something new for '04; Graham Keal discovers they do make programmes like they used too as television gets all nostalgic. 1068
Weekend: Travel - Pine for the Nordic slopes; It is not an obvious choice for a winter sports break but Ann Rogers discovers Norway has something for everyone -especially children. 945
Winner Emily's designs on Elle. 315
Words of wisdom on road to global trade. 440
Would-be assassin identified. 200
Xmas truce match facts wanted. 164

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