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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 30, 2003)

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'Torso in Thames' police smash child slave gang. 585
50 per cent pay for wedding themselves. 424
Albion star in court over nightclub punch-up. 137
All change for buses in city centre. 175
Allied Irish buys back shares. 299
Architects celebrate airport success. 354
ATHLETICS: Devonish bows to double-up Campbell. 581
BADMINTON: Archer has last laugh on Mainaky. 773
BAT confirms Italian takeover. 435
Beethoven to clean up city car park. 215
BMI wants transatlantic share deal. 455
Bold words: into light Game on: Lord of the Rings boosts retailer. 241
BP pumping out the profits. 581
Britain goes spending crazy. 746
Businessman's life of charity over 50 years. 293
Carillion secure pounds 90m contract with Telewest. 225
Chips are down for Fujitsu. 184
Chorus of approval as RSC chief resigns. 506
City tenants to have 30,000 repairs completed by May. 450
City view: Why the Pru has taken fight back into the trenches. 527
Comic book heroine: Lady Mayoress juggles council role with teen title story writing. 228
Couples tying the knot with a pounds 25,000 price tag. 919
CRICKET: Hall joins South Africa as Kallis delays return. 209
CRICKET: It's no Pipe dream as keeper eyes comeback. 411
CRICKET: Pears hold nerve to win close encounter; Worcestershire won by 3 runs (D/L Method). 678
CRICKET: Stewart backs Hussain to prove his worth as a batsman. 638
CRICKET: Vaughan bats way to being captain. 713
CRICKET: Vaughan to find his feet. 724
CRICKET: Westwood given chance to shine for Bears. 600
CULTURE: Plays are a different tale for two cities; This year's Coventry Mystery Plays have been a game of two halves. Terry Grimley meets the joint artistic directors. 885
CULTURE: REVIEW: Pirates make it night of fun; Pirates of Penzance Malvern Festival Theatre. 293
CULTURE: Sing it out loud and make the most of much-needed publicity; Amateur Theatre. 806
CULTURE: Stop right there and think again; The city should think again about allowing expediency to overrule aesthetic judgement in Centenary Square, argues Terry Grimley. 948
Defeated Pittard out to match the best. 357
Drop in the number of insolvencies is a positive sign for the region. 424
Elephant hit car with rock on park visit. 161
Euan Blair in car crash days after test pass. 244
Event connects firms to pounds 3m funding pot. 269
Ex-Council leader dead. 94
Family may face charges over boy's death. 274
Fatalities at work have reduced by 10pc. 509
Felix is confident of flying across Channel -without a plane. 256
Fighter burnt arm in fryer. 97
FOOTBALL: Chided Blues in suspense over fine. 236
FOOTBALL: Craddock on verge of joining Wolves. 615
FOOTBALL: Decision day for Harriers' hopefuls. 375
FOOTBALL: Koumas eyes twin targets. 401
FOOTBALL: Robins lead Taylor hunt. 155
FOOTBALL: Sorensen biding time in Villa talks. 363
Former chef plans to fill gap in city's restaurant portfolio. 479
Former MI5 man denied an appeal. 265
Four in jail after fight outside a Greek cafe. 538
Gang battle that ended in murder. 1091
Good Hope praised for stress work. 177
HEALTH STYLE: The holistic happy hour; A Birmingham wine bar is offering an alternative way to unwind on a Friday night. Hannah Paten reports. 837
Hepburn's beach land left to public. 217
Honda raises forecasts in the hope of better exchange rates. 454
Housing market continues steady rise. 273
I'm no madman, says freed Martin. 478
Indian engineering giant buys Midland company. 293
Inquiry into man's death. 81
INTERIORS STYLE: French polish; French dressing is the last word in decorating chic this summer. Mix antique pieces with luxurious linens to create a look that is effortlessly stylish. 1431
Investment arm denies Enron claim. 175
Le parrot sketch set for Fringe. 314
Lehman strikes hotel chain deal. 177
Letter: Airport working hard to ease traffic chaos. 358
Letter: Disabled deserve a voice too. 289
Letter: Lib Dem comments are unhelpful. 244
Letter: Moseley Baths will not close. 241
Little rascal gets his bus pass; Dennis the Menace doesn't look a day older than when he first appeared in The Beano 65 years ago, says Caroline Foulkes. 434
Livingstone pays pounds 31m price of congestion charging success. 428
Loss-making ABB getting back on track. 598
Low offer may lead to stores bid war. 479
Making an exit: Investors delight as Cookson pulls out of electronics division. 539
Man questioned over ammunition parts found during bomb squad raid. 342
Manhunt over forest fire deaths in France. 675
Market report: Nervous day for insurance firms. 471
Michael Winner loves Perry Barr's Spicy Grill. 219
Michelin net profits deflated. 399
MINI STYLE: Short shift; Fashion's most challenging skirt length is back in vogue, reveals. 940
Moon not on the wane. 635
Muslim cola for Canada. 242
On Her Majesty's Service: Photographer's royal surprise as Queen requests copy of picture. 106
On This Day. 210
PERSPECTIVE: Americans learn the softly softly approach; British expertise and patience is helping the US put a friendlier face on the continued occupation of Iraq, discovers Miral Fahmy. 763
PERSPECTIVE: Parting is not such sweet sorrow; The Royal Shakespeare Company has announced another high-profile departure. But Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves finds confidence at the company is on a high and few regard the resignation as much of a drama, let alone a crisis. 1311
PERSPECTIVE: Showmen serve up a piece of aviation history. 614
Peter Hain campaigns for the MoD ahead of Hutton Inquiry. 357
POST PEOPLE: Black Country in black and white. 108
POST PEOPLE: City on right investment track. 251
POST PEOPLE: Consultants confer. 108
POST PEOPLE: Customers demand encore. 175
POST PEOPLE: Hazlewoods show club class. 134
POST PEOPLE: Interview by email. 599
POST PEOPLE: More room in Space. 173
POST PEOPLE: N&J Welcombe golfers. 91
POST PEOPLE: Party is icing on Ilex cake POSTPEOPLE. 184
POST PEOPLE: Post weddings. 255
POST PEOPLE: Proprietors praised. 97
POST PEOPLE: The great grape test. 123
POST PEOPLE: Well walkers. 142
pounds 63m hope for council housing projects. 335
Poundstretcher is right on track. 297
Pru cuts interim dividend payout. 561
Receivers in at Coach Europe. 165
Red tape stealing time from small businesses. 333
Report claims money bias in airport plans What Do You Think? 782
Researcher goes flat out on problem. 290
Respects to be paid at skydiver's funeral. 219
Rewarding new ideas for open spaces. 398
Rugby stars locked up over club brawl. 433
Saddam mourning death of 'martyr' sons on recording. 388
Sailor's joy as his freedom begins. 524
Saveker chief in pounds 2.4m deal for company. 596
Scantily-clad pupils blamed on pop idols. 644
Scout trip boy impaled on wooden stake. 185
Second-hand cars 'best buys'. 280
Security boost attracts partners. 99
Shambles of Aston Pride revealed. 638
Shambolic start must lead to a bright future. 490
Sharp rise in earnings on the line; Button pusher: Beckham dials up extra sales. 319
Spanish doctors save arm of surgeon. 97
Sterling makes the Orange pips squeak. 358
Suitcase body lead. 87
Taylor Woodrow new chief. 165
Theme for Today. 150
Threat to MPs over hunt ban. 547
Trafficking global says UN report. 251
TRAVEL STYLE: Dressing for success; Vinegar has become the new wine with whole shops devoted to selling the liquid that was once just used for pickling onions and flavouring fish and chips. Helen Barklam reports. 767
TRAVEL STYLE: The flop stars. 313
Truants are 'more likely to take drugs and smoke'. 341
Tyco back on the road to recovery with first quarter profit. 287
Video explains breast reconstruction. 262
Walsall FC hopeful for hotel plan. 192
Warning over house alarms. 80
Wealth managers thrive on quality. 262
Wheelchair row man thrown off train. 515
Woman jailed for poisoning girl with salt. 305
Workspace in London move. 166

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