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

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'Learning accounts' failure could cost pounds 100m. 156
4x4 furore. 1027
Anti-truant scheme to push exams. 113
Archive. 206
Asian riots appeal fails. 124
ATHLETICS: Jason Gardener. 89
BAE to build on lead role; Reaction. 699
BAE will build super carriers; Crest of a wave: Defence giant lands hotly-contested pounds 3 billion project. 696
Bear market spiked as index breaks 3,500 line. 258
Berkeley shares up despite its losses. 320
Big names put the bloc on car dealers. 1697
Birmingham Post Comment: Easy isn't always best. 181
Birmingham Post Comment: We must learn from past PFI mistakes. 281
Black cabs boycott hits revellers. 280
BMW cautious over war fears. 656
Bollards amnesty declared. 191
Boy's hand severed by sword in attack. 421
Britain's house boom 'a barrier to euro entry'. 660
Britannic MD to chair CML. 148
Buoyant market builds Crest's profits. 567
Car dealers seeking greater freedoms. 454
Catch it if you can: Children realise their tuneful ambitions; Two months ago we offered five schools the chance to win pounds 2,000 to spend on musical equipment. Yesterday the lucky winners collected their prizes. 549
Changing landscapes: Former insurance broker is new curator of Botanical Gardens. 161
Charity auction: Lord Lichfield pop pictures go under the hammer at Christie's. 196
Charles calls for change to golden-age curriculum of classics. 531
Cider slogan was 'a stupid mistake'. 278
City man who gave away atomic secrets dies. 294
City View: Make it harder for reckless lenders to get paid. 533
Conversion opportunity. 245
Cot death result will give hope to other mothers. 383
CRICKET: ECB risk players' revolt; By failing to act on their request, England's cricket authorities have let the players down, says Jack Bannister. 479
CRICKET: England face big task and threat of rain. 212
CRICKET: ICC insist that England play in Zimbabwe. 528
CRICKET: Worcestershire obtain clearance for Harrity. 208
Culture: DiCaprio disarms as teen conman; Mike Davies reviews the week's cinema releases. 1520
Culture: Formulaic but funny reunion tale. 1487
Culture: Sisters take a peek at those candid camera moments; Goldie Hawn and Susan Sarandon tell Alison Jones about some intimate moments in the making of their latest film, The Banger Sisters. 1035
Disabled to study discrimination. 192
DNA clues in Milly murder. 463
DNA match to Milly murder case sample. 334
Economic confidence tumbles to lowest level. 377
Economy may break EU rule on currency. 642
Elderly animal lover did not realise she had 75 cats in small home. 258
EU demands inspectors return to North Korea. 265
Experts form alliance for firm sellers. 270
Family wants second inquiry for gun trial. 141
Fired up for pottery firm. 182
Football: Blues eyes on breathing space. 723
Football: Clubs' snub for world event. 203
Football: Colley fit to help Lambs' record attempt; FA TROPHY. 479
Football: Gould adds loan pair at Robins; DIVISIONS TWO & THREE. 212
Football: Lamey's new start with old orders; Dr MARTENS PREMIER. 288
Football: McAllister pursuing Engonga. 359
Football: Megson's men win hope for dogfight. 741
Football: Pope and Cartwright give strength to Rovers' title test; Dr MARTENS WESTERN. 612
Football: Saddlers' grounds for contentment. 294
Football: Salva Ballesta. 185
Football: Scott for starters in Britton's double plan; DIVISION THREE. 315
Football: Taylor's doubts on InterToto run. 710
Football: Turner no longer able to take the long-term view; FIRST DIVISION. 557
Football: Venables considers his future. 444
For What it's Worth Country home with extras; A housebuying budget between pounds 300,000 and pounds 400,000 might this week bag widely differing home styles in one of four counties. It will buy private acres by a golf course on the mid western fringe, timber framed character in South Shropshire, a blessed plot in the North Cotswolds - or commuter-friendly space in Solihull. Marsya Lennox plans the tour. 1028
Fosroc Mining managers in buyout bid. 363
Girl killed by falling tree. 580
Golf: Casey sparkles after rain. 479
Golf: Tway and Ames head Hope Classic. 188
Graduate job prospects up as starting salaries hit pounds 20,000. 404
Gulf soldiers fear infertility. 533
Hard Rock, hard luck. 183
Hardy breeds: The postman and the sheep out in all weathers. 221
Hathaway stocking up with fund managers. 342
Health group is fit for a takeover. 507
Horror as thief drives off with boy. 211
House prices driven up even higher. 521
Icy road nightmare as Britain freezes. 337
ID Data land phone deal. 133
In harmony: Coutts renews sponsorship deal with Welsh National Opera. 83
Jailed Shoebomber's outcry. 637
Kissing towers refused. 135
Land and listed status at Orchard Tithe Barn. 282
Law firm keeps pace. 292
Legal and Finance: Access rights deadline is approaching. 275
Legal and Finance: Bosses need Net policies to cut risks. 486
Legal and Finance: Directors are warned they will pay penalty. 425
Legal and Finance: Equal pensions hope for same-sex couples. 309
Legal and Finance: Families urged to apply for credits. 268
Legal and Finance: Legal eagles: Higgs welcomes new solicitors. 123
Legal and Finance: New partner for growing law firm. 155
Legal and Finance: Revenue to take a triple tax bite. 601
Legal and Finance: Solicitor becomes part of race team; Fast track: Quick start for sports and media law firm. 244
Legal and Finance: Tribunal win to have 'big impact'. 328
Legal and Finance: US courts could reach the UK over anti-boycott laws. 382
Legal and Finance: VAT on toll bridges. 88
Legal and Finance: When sick notes are a sick joke. 247
Malaysian trade visit aims to boost trade. 199
Man rescued from blaze. 423
Mapping out new future with ex-rival. 193
Market Report: Investors swoop on FTSE for bargains. 528
Midlands is 'shunted into the sidings'. 330
More riots sparked by soap star's comments. 210
Motoring: Billion budget for the new XJ. 490
Motoring: Daihatsu has extra appeal. 80
Motoring: Hatchback majors on style and flair. 392
Motoring: Hyundai speaks with new Accent; Motoring Editor Chris Russon pops down to the bargain basement to check out a trio of value-for-money newcomers from Korea. 567
Motoring: Traffic jam problems 'due to bad planning'. 176
MOTORSPORT: Matt Neal. 97
Mouchel on right road to lucrative contract. 331
New carriers set to double Navy's command and weapons capability; Background. 773
Officer loses shooting claim. 106
On This Day. 250
Pack your trunk and head for Rowington. 302
Perspective: Quick war win needed - then to home troubles. 574
Perspective: Someone is watching you watching them; Even in cyber-space, it is proving harder to hide. With every click of your mouse, your time spent surfing is closely monitored. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves reports. 1573
PFI crisis as first hospital goes into red. 478
Pill profits: AstraZeneca's competition fears. 247
Police officer dragged by car. 127
Police officer was dragged down road. 275
Police to get 50,000-volt stun guns. 348
Post-Christmas boost helps lift Morrison shares. 433
pounds 10m plan to break road concrete collar. 619
Prisoner deaths 'inevitable'. 552
Racing: Cold snap threat to jumps cards. 360
Racing: Fern boosts Mullins hopes. 616
Racing: Kelly handed 17-day ban by Jockey Club. 262
Racing: King David ready to reign again at Dunstall. 231
Radio industry not tuned in to new licence bid war. 605
Rail bosses attacked on Virgin service cuts. 575
Rail crash kills seven, more hurt. 169
Reader's letter: Heart warmed by family's forgiveness. 155
Reader's letter: Hunting is less cruel than factory farming. 146
Reader's letter: Percentages are mere propaganda. 144
Reader's letter: Residents' fears at hostel plan. 185
Reader's letter: Small firms choked by big tangle of red tape. 322
Reader's letter: Spectre of financial crisis for proposed hospital. 293
Reader's letter: Synagogue is a real treasure. 112
Reader's letter: Traders' growth is bad for shoppers. 336
Reshuffle at Selfridges. 122
Residential Property Harwell takes centre stage. 628
Residential Property Impressive Barnt Green family home. 420
Residential Property Nests that come ready-feathered. 537
Residential Property New life for Moseley landmark. 380
Residential Property Stalwart of 'black and white trail'. 411
Residential Property The complete rural package. 483
Residential Property Treasures of Worcestershire. 980
Rio Tinto looks to demand from China after net profit falls. 412
Rubens' paintings exhibited together. 137
RUGBY UNION: Bees urged to stick together. 631
RUGBY UNION: Birmingham & Solihull. 151
RUGBY UNION: Rust thrown into problem spot for frantic Coventry. 623
RUGBY UNION: Staffordshire. 212
Safety plea after child dies in pool. 337
Sales bonanza at Crosby sites. 247
Sharon's new show of force. 334
Shire's tax bills poised to rise for second year. 450
Solicitor charged over pounds 38 million VAT scam. 519
TENNIS: Fitzgerald preaches caution despite GB shortcomings. 313
The Bank 'gets its inflation sums right'. 228
The cost of stately perfection; The purchase price would buy a modest new apartment in central Birmingham - but that's not really the point. The buyer of the listed, Soane masterpiece Pell Wall Hall will have to be the right sort, an ardent restorer, backed by several million pounds. And if you really want to look, you'll have to walk. Marsya Lennox put on her boots. 1796
Theme for Today. 166
Tighter credit rules as borrowing rises. 486
Truth about asteroids revealed in lectures. 346
Two-week Tube halt for safety work plan. 258
Villagers flee bush inferno. 177
Voice of Aston: Comment: Action, not words, will heal Aston. 445
Voice of Aston: Disciples' belief helps youth; The young people of Aston are taking control of their futures by helping themselves to overcome issues arising from social deprivation. Investigations Editor Richard Warburton talks to members of the Young Disciples. 642
Voice of Aston: Lifting the dinosaur: Giving youngsters better role models. 308
Voice of Aston: Pressure on wrong side of law; Two members of the Young Disciples talk candidly to The Post about the guilt and pressure of being on the wrong side of the law. 419
Volunteers plan to turn drug users from crime. 300
War on Terror: Blair and Bush 'not trusted'. 119
War on Terror: Blair tells world to stay firm over Iraq; Peace protest: Greenpeace volunteers board war supply vessel. 539
War on Terror: Mandela in attack on US and Britain. 117
War on Terror: MPs have angry exchange over humanitarian aid for Iraqi people. 446
War on Terror: Peace protest: Greenpeace volunteers board war supply vessel. 298
War on Terror: Up to 6,000 reservists facing call-up. 100
War on Terror: Washington tries to protect intelligence. 224
West Bank twin bid for Birmingham. 261
Woman stable after lion bites off her arm. 137
Young Citizens will show area's neglect. 161

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