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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 24, 2003)

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'Euro-waverers' still open to persuasion. 193
400 jobs to go as Jabil plant closes. 298
Archive. 162
Armchair shoppers fail N Brown. 223
Arts in Brief: Bollywood bards to entertain in Birmingham. 443
Ashley pulls plug on its Euro stores at pounds 8m cost. 262
Aston Villa gets control of rising players' wages. 391
BA boss predicts brighter future; Winning team: Lord Marshall salutes success during tough times. 336
BAE lands pounds 150m Harrier contract. 443
Bishop calls for local councils to help choose the House of Lords' members. 471
Blair tells party workers to turn spotlight away from Iraq crisis. 402
Bright outlook: Sunbed factory takes on new staff. 97
Brush up on parks. 144
Business sense. 228
Capital radio's shares rising. 219
Car workers moving to confront firms on pay. 594
CBI chief asks for chance to create change in society. 599
Chairman gives culture bid a boost. 189
Change of direction is paying off. 221
Charity's deal with police is safety net for missing people. 693
Christmas present for Virgin sales. 428
Church leaders make appeal for clemency on death row. 228
City to be home of the biggest UK casino. 373
City View: British bargain-hunters may be turning Japanese. 543
Cleese can't see funny side of 'vicious' newspaper attack. 239
Clonaid boss ordered to appear before judge. 247
Company sowing seeds of success; Flower power: Business is blooming for Stourbridge floral firm. 315
Consultants will reap rewards of reforms. 256
Couple die in canal boat. 89
Court throws out lawsuits from Moscow terrorist siege. 394
CRICKET: Birmingham League ends regional divide. 253
CRICKET: Hussain positive despite 'walloping' from Aussies. 888
CRICKET: Hussain urges ECB to let players come home. 420
CRICKET: Worcestershire cut losses. 486
Culture: Humour lights the chasm of emptiness; Mike Davies takes a look at the week's cinema releases. 969
Culture: Lifeboat needed for sea-based thriller. 1310
Culture: Ty's two in one means it's time to boogie on; Terry Grimley hears about plans to put Birmingham's unique jazz venue on the record - hopefully with a little help from a re-worked 1970s hit. 961
Deer killed woman in freak accident. 370
Do not put children behind bars - Cherie. 322
Drug boss says sorry. 83
Economic growth 'set to fall short'. 403
European commission 'all talk and no action'. 337
Foot-and-mouth outbreak animal movement restrictions will be relaxed. 387
FOOTBALL: Ainsworth is out to leave Saddlers sore. 366
FOOTBALL: Boro waiting on Christie bonus; NATIONWIDECONFERENCE. 333
FOOTBALL: Dublin sets sights on a Euro place. 734
FOOTBALL: FA irked at Cup tie transfers; NATIONAL ROUND-UP. 177
FOOTBALL: Harriers rule out Mullen move. 219
FOOTBALL: Injured Sturridge missing link as Wolves set sights on Foxes. 530
FOOTBALL: McAllister's positive pitch cheers City. 533
FOOTBALL: McHugh scheme to destabilise Lambs; DR MARTENS PREMIER. 393
FOOTBALL: On-loan Lewis fires Solihull bid; DR MARTENSWESTERN. 326
FOOTBALL: Restricted view for Megson. 717
FOOTBALL: Selfless John's goal target; Blues's Trinidad and Tobago striker is turning out to be a solid citizen says James Nursey. 896
FOOTBALL: Wembley star Jemson sees future in giant-killing. 412
For What it's Worth: On Ludlow's fringe; Don't talk about average house prices to first time buyers. Whatever the economic climate, they all hope to spot the value price tags, missed - or even ignored, by the better-heeled. After all, what can one buy these days for under pounds 150,000? Marsya Lennox finds four to start with. 1019
German insurance giant buys into the UK. 351
Give the young people a chance: Aston poet Spicy Fingers calls for time and money; The Post is reporting from Aston over the next week. A local poet gives Emma Brady his vision. 324
Go with the herd: Alpaca breeder invites people to her farm. 175
GOLF: Broadhurst putts on the style. 801
GOLF: Sun shines for Clarke. 197
Home protesters say demolition is illegal GP denies indecently assaulting patients. 637
IDS points to New York in crime fight. 655
Iran blocks trade visit 'in protest'. 264
January data will give true state of pay. 254
Lafarge records 3pc drop in sales. 319
Legal and Finance: Business disputes have hidden traps. 365
Legal and Finance: Expanding market in property boosts staff; Law men: Heatons appoints two new solicitors. 357
Legal and Finance: Higgs dilutes executive power. 501
Legal and Finance: Hot-head bosses warned to be cool. 466
Legal and Finance: Leisure spending is first to go, industry warned. 363
Legal and Finance: Lifeline for struggling companies. 206
Legal and Finance: Marketing man wins award for voluntary work. 292
Legal and Finance: Mentor wins contract for KPMG courses. 223
Legal and Finance: More staff to be offered a stake in the company. 219
Legal and Finance: Share options case could see employees double their money. 532
Letter: Bouquet not brickbats for rail. 119
Letter: Immigration policy is threat to Britain. 150
Letter: Long-term solution to crime is education. 383
Letter: Nasser's views show sure grasp. 143
Letter: New Sreet problems can be easily eased. 125
Letter: Tougher stance needed on guns. 208
Letter: UK shouldn't back US on war. 105
Letter: We shouldn't give the EC even more power. 322
Local pubs still favoured. 263
Low-key Tories predict Labour will lose overall control. 486
Matthew Kelly to star in Steinbeck play. 103
Misys cuts 350 staff to stabilise. 511
Mitzna 'set for crushing defeat'. 599
Motoring: Bond film's mean big cat is put on display. 321
Motoring: Rover denies new Tata roadster will be Midget. 569
Motoring: Space is final frontier in Citroen's newest MPV. 1047
MOTORSPORT: Money talks as Irvine loses out. 603
Mugabe a pawn in French stand-off. 477
Mushroom accident costs Asda pounds 550,000. 186
New Morgan aimed at Boxster. 624
Nightclub staff thought bomb warning was just another hoax. 542
Offer: Friends fly free with our two flights for one offer; Jet off to one of Europe's top cities with flights from just pounds 170. 660
Olympics 'desirable but not at any price'. 500
On This Day. 247
Pensioner's vital clue on trail to bomb suspects. 702
Perspective: Bright new future for a job with prospects. 591
Perspective: What's education when it's at home?; As unlikely as it may sound Britney Spears, Albert Einstein, Agatha Christie, Yehudi Menuhin and Charlie Chaplin all have one thing in common. They were all educated at home, report Paul Groves and Elizabeth Davidson. 1288
Plan your own luxury penthouse. 875
Police hero honoured. 106
Porn teacher walks free. 557
Prize pans out for global technology firm Precision. 666
Professor wants to rewrite child abuse definitions and launch taskforce. 413
Progress can only benefit democracy. 254
Prudential beats rivals' stagnant reports. 361
RACING: Pipe's Montalcino dies at Warwick. 208
Reputed mob boss faces murder case. 252
Residential Property: Georgian home of distinction. 760
Residential Property: Period home of privilege. 570
Residential Property: Rural charm for new breed of escapee. 853
Residential Property: The first spring of Housman. 859
Retail sales defy expectations. 570
Retiring chief's hopes for marriages. 223
RUGBY UNION: Hard-up Bees stare into the cash gulf looking toward a brighter future. 805
RUGBY UNION: Worcester long odds to master Exeter test. 448
Safeway pulls back from Morrison offer. 231
Science firm buys its rival. 213
Second study suggests IVF cancer link. 262
Share Prices: Market report - Nerves rule as FTSE hits its worst run. 590
Siemens gain after posting good profits. 223
SNOOKER: Robin Hull. 83
SQUASH: Lee Beachill. 153
Students help police on campus watch. 279
Surprise catch in canal turns out to be 14ft Burmese python. 504
Taxation experts say echo US cuts. 439
Television and text voting to lead election revolution. 365
TENNIS: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: No sweat as Agassi eyes fourth Australian triumph; There's little hope against a new, fitter, family man, says Hyder Jawad. 462
TENNIS: AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Sisters arrive at moment of predestiny. 868
TENNIS: Henman blow for GB hopes. 203
Tesco store is vital key for Coventry City stadium plan. 549
The man who said 'I want to die today' Assisted suicide: moving journey was filmed by TV journalists. 372
The Voice of Aston: Aston people have their say. 110
The Voice of Aston: Cars give new lead in shootings. 102
The Voice of Aston: Community's spirit shines at youth club; Meet your Post reporting team today Come and talk to Richard Warburton, Shahid Naqvi and Caroline Foulkes. 611
The Voice of Aston: Dwarnay's dream to come true. 324
The Voice of Aston: Proud to say there's no place like home; Birchfield Road shopkeepers their area is a happy, vibrant place, with a strong community and few problems. Caroline Foulkes reports. 692
The Voice of Aston: Your Post in Aston. 110
Theme for Today. 180
Toddler murder case neighbour heard 'loud bump'. 405
Tool engineers Howle vow to become 'modestly profitable'. 413
University status for teaching college. 241
US singer held over child sex allegations. 349
War on Terror: Channel 5 signs up veteran to cover war. 168
War on Terror: Cleric promised teenage martyrs virgins in heaven. 386
War on Terror: US and Britain ready to go it alone. 528
Youth faces death. 93

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