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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 31, 2003)

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Addicts out in a puff of smoke; Are we approaching a ban on tobacco smoking in Britain's public places? James Rose looks at the impact on other countries and what it could mean for us. 907
Air Partner is first to get royal warrant. 207
Anniversaries: On This Day. 217
Archive. 195
ATHLETICS: Paula Radcliffe. 84
Bank of England victim of hoax e-mail. 244
BEAUTY STYLE: Brush up your resolutions. 903
BEAUTY STYLE: Stay Sparkling until midnight. 207
Businessman Michael McGrath sets off in two days on an expedition to the South Pole. 94
Car number plate checks net criminals. 155
Cash crisis closes IMAX. 615
Comet capture is go. 277
Commuting by car can be good for your soul. 365
Cricket: More snakes than ladders; Cricket Correspondent Jack Bannister reviews a year in which England took two steps forward, and a couple back. 1601
CRICKET: Ponting leads way again as Waugh savours finale. 334
Culture: Riches at the stroke of a baton; From The Trojans at Symphony Hall to a miniature Don Giovanni in Redditch, Christopher Morley rounds up the highlights of the classical music year in the West Midlands. 1282
Culture: Starry new fruits rise from the ashes; Despite the perennial struggle of Birmingham venues, there was never long to wait for the next stimulating sound. Martin Longley reports on the year in jazz, blues, global and electronica. 1474
Directors toast success with 25 per cent rises. 164
Dotty cleared of attack on Queen's corgi. 197
Family of quake victim speak of son's zest for life. 360
Family speak of devastation over death of likeable student. 371
Football: Boing-less Baggies hold on; Wimbledon 0 West Bromwich Albion 0. 961
Football: Gold deflates expectations of January spending spree. 557
Football: Hay move opens door for Carbon comeback. 410
Football: Jones gambles on Ganea. 694
Football: Molby declares Murray signing is a done deal. 357
Football: Richard Follett will go to Albania. 178
Football: Shepherd starts calling the Toon at St James' Park. 326
Football: Villa hopes stymied as Newcastle insist Solano's sale not an option. 603
Football: Wolves clash is home affair for Harrier Hinton. 500
Gaddafi is eager to shed pariah image. 262
Golf: Tenacious first lady takes year's honours; Michael Blair looks back over a fascinating 12 months which left us with plenty to look forward to. 1416
Headteacher to get knighthood. 569
Late Christmas surge set Asda's tills jingling. 140
Letter: Disgrace of bus and train shut-downs. 369
Letter: Help for survivors of Iranian earthquake. 274
Letter: Hunting ban is not in the running. 427
Letter: Natural break for a green eater. 225
Lucky escape as train hits pensioner in car. 110
Market Report: High morale gives stock a golden run. 462
Markets going out on a high. 494
Mars orbiter moving in on Beagle 2. 307
Model development: MP views pounds 35m scheme for Leamington town centre. 340
Mother pays tribute to girl, 12, found hanged. 147
Motorcycling: Quick returns in African mission. 357
Motorists want more congestion busting. 489
Murder hunt after attack at temple. 172
New Year Honours. 1205
NEW YEAR HONOURS: 'Father of the web' is knighted. 107
NEW YEAR HONOURS: CBE for woman who made Chamber of Commerce history. 559
NEW YEAR HONOURS: Clapton in tune with cream of the crop. 421
New Year Honours: Council boss Frater humbled by award. 443
New Year Honours: Credit to education leaders. 117
New Year Honours: Cystic fibrosis doctor dedicated her career to research disease. 727
New Year Honours: Devotion helped disabled touch gold. 238
New Year Honours: Fundraising widow says she is not worthy to be awarded MBE. 732
New Year Honours: Head spells out desire for progress. 455
New Year Honours: Prison's governor recognised. 113
NEW YEAR HONOURS: Shock for 'best actor in world'. 187
NEW YEAR HONOURS: Tarrant - a charity millionaire. 188
NEW YEAR HONOURS: Tessa is thrilled by third award. 177
New Year Honours: Wonderful couple who have looked after 300 children. 325
NEW YEAR HONOURS:. 574
New Year, new promises; This time of year abounds with traditions and one of the most enduring is making New Year resolutions, despite the fact that many of us break them within days. But, as Ed Carty explains, keeping resolutions can be as easy as ABC. 1088
NYPD gets blues over brother. 235
Ones to WATCH in 2004: ATHLETICS - LEON BAPTISTE. 349
Ones to WATCH in 2004: BOXING - KEVIN MITCHELL. 229
Ones to WATCH in 2004: CRICKET - ANDREW STRAUSS. 305
Ones to WATCH in 2004: FOOTBALL - GLEN JOHNSON. 241
Ones to WATCH in 2004: FORMULA 1 - FERNANDO ALONSO. 293
Ones to WATCH in 2004: RUGBY UNION - UGO MONYE. 294
Ones to WATCH in 2004: TENNIS - ANDREW MURRAY. 226
Parmalat founder facing up to inquiry. 1188
Perspective: The Victorians were game for festive fun. 623
Pilots set for revolt over marshals. 566
Plans to scrap points under fire. 631
Police name man found at beauty spot. 85
Posh denied top slot. 89
Post Style: Bedtime stories; Pyjamas remain one of the most comfortable and endearing items of clothing for the home, Shereen Low examines why. 857
pounds 3bn hit on charity box. 133
Publishers blamed as Warthog sinks into red. 143
Racing: And Toto Too on target for three wins in a week. 574
Racing: Fingers crossed at Cheltenham and Warwick. 458
Racing: Quay worth the weight. 555
Rallying: Impatient McRae ready to rumble out of Paris; DAKAR RALLY. 581
Rangers shoot river crocodile blamed for eating 22-year-old swimmer. 238
Revellers get new Point for city party. 522
RUGB UNION: Bristol appeal date set for former Lions boss Malik. 643
Runaway success of Bullring will close doors at New Street. 400
Shops hit by floods in showpiece mall. 342
Station sealed off in murder suspect hunt. 607
TABLE TALK: Hardly a fitting end; Alison Davison feels let down at the Broad Street restaurant, Apt. 904
The Birmingham Post comment: Cost of panic. 180
The Birmingham Post comment: It is still not too late to see sense on New Street. 407
The Birmingham Post comment: Screen break. 190
The rise and fall of movie spectacular. 305
Theme for the day. 191
Threat shuts UK embassy in Peru. 318
Time to detox your friends?; Gabrielle Fagan explores how friendship can affect your health. 1001
Titanic fee for menu. 89
Treatment crackdown concerns medics. 326
TV Choice The Illustrated Mum. 254
Two raids on county shops being linked. 269
US bans sales of supplement. 98
Warrant accuses Tanzi of systematic fraud. 477
Wife found strangled. 110
WINE STYLE: On the Grapevine; Clive Platman's review of the year. 972

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