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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 7, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
'Golden shares' are illegal says EU court. 356
Abbey stops bonus payments. 375
Amelca bought by 'previous investors' Losing sparkle: De Beers predicting gems slowdown. 462
Another cut now looks likely. 575
Archbishop and charity in affinity vow. 131
Archer may be in trouble again. 103
Archive. 205
Archive: Birthdays. 199
Archive: On This Day. 278
Astronaut attacked in hate case. 171
ATHLETICS: Indoor pursuit of excellence; The Second City is setting the standard, reports James Nursey. 717
AWM chief insists agency is on course to meet targets. 413
Babies deserve mother's attention. 140
Better housing tops agenda in city's strategy. 446
Blair needs resolution to avoid hostility to war. 186
Blimp Protest. 148
Bosses welcome interest cut. 884
Britain and USA have never been best friends. 574
Briton held over priest's death. 137
Bulmer resists compensation. 199
Bush trying to quick-start world leaders. 474
C&W is a takeover target for Hong Kong group. 390
Car market 'strong' despite fall in sales. 637
CBI chief says raising skills is vital to compete. 270
City race shame laid bare by report. 555
City View: A down payment for the disruption of the war? 505
City's 'natural habitat' perfect for rare birds. 180
Cleese's joy at libel win. 153
Concern as Assa Abloy's chief leaves. 272
Confused people who would like to 'catch' a bit of anorexia. 322
Council climbdown over 'Golden Mile' weekend ban on taxis. 533
Creativity the key to culture bid. 264
CRICKET: England - last-ball victory. 101
Cricket: England launching appeal over Zimbabwe. 811
Cricket: Knight in the runs as England's plans come together. 717
Culture: Fancy dress Why Dvorak's Ninth; It's a tradition that is as American as McDonald's and is becoming nearly as ubiquitous in Britain. Jo Ind reports on the girls who are getting ready for their high school proms is so popular. 468
Culture: Lured to the Big Apple by big bucks; Christopher Morley explores the mixture of new influences and nostalgia which makes Dvorak's Ninth, the New World, one of the most popular symphonies ever written. 764
Culture: Notice all the humour but forget the script. 641
Culture: Review - Bland account of a colourful life. 362
Culture: Review - No smoke without fire. 316
Culture: Review - Quartet takes a tactful approach to the evening. 258
Culture: See yourself as you really are. 378
Culture: Skimpy plot spoils wild show; Mike Davies reviews the latest film releases. 1455
Culture: TV Choice. 164
Culture: Volcano flies in the face of expectations. 522
Dance festival gets go-ahead despite fears. 186
Danger of miracle solution to crime; New discoveries in DNA testing have revolutionised crime fighting. But even though it has led to major breakthroughs in a series of high-profile crimes, there are some who remain concerned at the blind faith being shown in the science. Paul Groves and Julie McCaffrey report. 969
Deprived areas hit by heart disease death gap. 536
Desire for quality is stable. 825
Diamonds facing challenging year ahead. 390
Discounts fuelled sale spree. 517
Doubtful fairness of justice system. 418
Eating disorders week aims to raise awareness. 579
Expert witness query. 104
Experts say abusers can fool social workers. 299
Facelift for city dental hospital. 164
Fact File- Interest Rate Cut. 282
Flexible home in Grade II stone. 508
Football: Allardyce looking to settle old scores at The Hawthorns. 447
Football: Bromsgrove hopeful of double boost; DR MARTENS WESTERN. 550
Football: Bruce seeks cutting edge for Blues. 622
Football: Draper set for exit as Saints start clear-out. 212
Football: Harriers seek to end unwanted records. 264
Football: High noon at Hawthorns. 693
Football: McAllister issuing play-off battle-cry to lift Sky Blues. 512
FOOTBALL: Nathan Tyson. 97
Football: Ndah struggles for fitness as Jones faces tough choices. 509
Football: Nutt fully focused on tough one to crack. 467
Football: Rickards sweats on his fitness after winning England call up; DR MARTENS PREMIER. 425
Football: Showtime as Junior jets back into frame. 418
Football: Villa back on right road. 709
For What it's Worth Village stalwart; Village, town, hamlet or suburb? A budget between pounds 500,000 and pounds 600,000 should give this week's buyer the full choice, from accessible Shropshire to Warwickshire's deep south. Marsya Lennox finds a conversion, a town house, rural views - and urban benefits on the city fringe. 259
For What it's Worth: Grade II and other extras; Village, town, hamlet or suburb? A budget between pounds 500,000 and pounds 600,000 should give this week's buyer the full choice, from accessible Shropshire to Warwickshire's deep south. Marsya Lennox finds a conversion, a town house, rural views - and urban benefits on the city fringe. 257
For What it's Worth: Little Aston jewel. 254
For What it's Worth: Period home with views. 251
Funeral of murdered art student. 182
Genetic fingerprints invaluable to police. 596
Girlfriend murder man jailed for life. 403
Golf: Birdies give Fowler advantage on points as Webster joins the hunt. 567
Government 'plagiarised' Iraq dossier. 203
Honorary doctorate awards; University of Central England Degree Congregations. 301
Ice rink manager seduced teenager. 507
ICI result stays flat in year of problems. 546
Interest rate cut brings new plunge. 509
Iraqi expert submits to UN interview. 198
Is he qualified to comment? 152
Journalist killer's execution stayed. 122
Judge queries protection for baby girl. 280
Keep your feet on the ground please. 288
Kidney failure may be linked to cardiac trouble. 265
Lastminute.com weathers Iraq concern to post profit. 447
Legal and Finance: 'Most fraudsters are managers'. 486
Legal and Finance: Body blow: Stress peril for employers. 279
Legal and Finance: Bon gets post as new lead partner. 661
Legal and Finance: Firms urged to prepare for new taxation system. 671
Legal and Finance: Intellectual property can become capital. 284
Legal and Finance: Local bands needed to sign on the dotted line; The right chord: Lawyers in love with the pop life. 437
Legal and Finance: Revenue alert for contractors. 220
Legal and Finance: Society wants access to justice for all. 243
Legal and Finance: Tax rule boost for group companies. 297
Legal and Finance: Tough new rules set to combat asbestos deaths. 300
Legal and Finance: Trusting firms' outsource risk. 645
Legal and Finance: Winn bonus for Mills & Reeve's finance practice. 264
Loyalist feud family flees before showpiece funeral. 782
Man jailed four years for killing. 163
Michael Jackson complains to watchdogs over Bashir programme. 448
Millionaire's interest in rival. 160
Mixed reaction to report on problems faced by Muslims. 318
Motor industry warned over consumer deals. 456
Motoring: At long last, a powerful MPV It is little surprise that Renault has come up with the goods for the self-styled 'createur d'automobiles' was the manufacturer that started the MPV trend almost 20 years ago; A new people carrier is about to hit the streets. Chris Russon tries the zippy new Renault Espace. 1175
Motoring: Audi A8 limo launch. 166
Motoring: Pet seatbelt warning. 132
Motoring: Price row launches battle of the MPVs; A battle royal is looming between Peugeot and Citroen over their new MPVs. Chris Russon reports. 629
Motoring: Road junctions are danger hotspots. 192
Motoring: Your heart's Desire. 96
Murder charge man showered girlfriend with presents. 325
North Korea is 'fully ready for a conflict' Tension mounts: US is warned over troops build-up. 286
Not all plain sailing for P&O cruises. 498
Offensive letter leaves sour taste for Nectar. 187
Parents tell shadow minister how they try to forge links with schools; Frustrated families: Letwin told about efforts to steer children away from trouble. 568
Pay pounds 9 and join hands to contact Princess Di. 244
Perspective: Political debate descends into an unhealthy row. 615
PFI projects 'freezing out architects'. 220
Plea to trace children abducted by parents. 195
Police target Black Country truck and van crime; Check point: Vehicle thefts hurting haulage industry. 424
Poor explosives' mix foiled car bomb plot. 511
pounds 44,000 for teacher's slip on chip. 162
Prisons get pounds 1 million boost to help fit inmates back into the community. 424
Public spending plea by TUC. 225
Racial crime reports to rise, says law chief. 525
Racing: Former top jockey dies in crash. 219
Racing: Nicholls chalks up quickest century. 621
Racing: Zaffamore can shine in limelight. 363
Relief for theme park villagers. 226
Residential Property: A new luxury generation of apartments. 723
Residential Property: Dwellings of the old school. 745
Residential Property: Monks Barn is seasoned to taste. 362
Residential property: Off to a flying start at Fairwood. 951
Residential Property: Rare opportunity for development site. 274
Residential Property: The glory of stone perfection. 847
Residential property: The lure of living on the towpath. 314
Residential property: Victorian grandeur at No 7. 367
Residential Property: Wayside haven for relaxation. 961
Row as Iran blocks trade boost trip visas. 376
RUGBY UNION: Smith debut as Coventry try to stop the rot. 504
Saddam told to co-operate or face force. 488
Saddler's help for disabled. 97
SCH buys Spanish IT operation of GE Capital. 310
Seven suspects held as police swoop. 353
Shell sends signals about oil supply. 454
Sir Stan stars in awards event; Business Leader of the Year: William McGrath When Glynwed doors closed, Aga's opened. 1846
SNOOKER: Paul Hunter missed a 147. 96
Solihull is top of list for millionaires in Midlands. 206
Spector left pounds 300 tip for pounds 30 meal. 113
Star performance: Sports kit company hits sales of pounds 725 million. 182
TENNIS: Bookies look for alternatives to lure punters in one-horse race. 652
The Birmingham Post: We must all work for an integrated society. 493
Theme for Today. 104
They Said. 112
Thief shot by jailed farmer loses trial plea. 373
Traffic ban drives trade away; As the council prepares to lift a ban on taxis along Broad Street, Investigations Editor Richard Warburton examines how the exclusion of traffic has affected business. 599
Treason trial witness called conman. 110
Umeco lands key contract. 111
Unions tell Goodyear to talk straight. 214
Unions tell Goodyear to talk straight. 547
Vice veto first of its kind in country. 285
Water only rule after pupils flout pop ban. 235
Whisper it loud: Short stories collection listed for top book award. 249
Wrong to criticise brave astronauts. 126

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