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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 26, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
'All jobs lost in 25 years'. 172
'Everyday' crime is down as murders and drugs rise. 789
'Free trip' labourer is acquitted by jury in tobacco smuggling trial. 317
A story of renewal. 179
Academy finds a driving force. 974
Aitken weds old flame. 181
Archive: 25 Years Ago. 220
Archive: Birthdays. 232
Archive: On This Day. 229
Aston voters are urged to turn back to Tory rule. 382
ATHLETICS: Merry out. 111
Avis Europe car rental warns over dividend cut. 332
BAE Systems has high hopes for clinching Hawk deal. 118
Bard church trustees in funds plea. 173
Boy, 8, survives kidney transplant. 341
Brambles enjoys a steady progress. 331
Brindleyplace boost to economy and tax. 240
Burglary victims 'likely to die' earlier than others of same age. 479
Call for more allergy clinics in the NHS. 309
Campbell admits mistake and wants a BBC apology. 591
Carmakers expect top model range will be the banker. 606
CBI to seek protection of rights for staff willing to work 48-hour week. 611
CBSO's seductive Dream comes true; CBSO Symphony Hall. 251
Central trials TVs on its train services. 459
Children speak up to teach computers. 225
Chivers lets retail unit for sandwich bar. 81
City comes up to date. 114
City View: Non-salary benefits way down list of attractions. 537
Clearing a blot on landscape. 719
Conference set to tackle stigma of mental health problems. 357
CRICKET: Bears in hunt for hot ticket solution. 654
CRICKET: Kemp scare delays South Africa victory charge; South Africa beat Worcestershire by 69 runs. 782
CRICKET: Trescothick to build on success at home. 485
Cricket: Troughton and Clarke running out of chances to impress. 590
CRICKET: Worcestershire duo scoop Twenty20 awards. 225
Days before investigators know truth. 655
Decline to be pinned by a rise in output. 682
Devolution plans could strip power from Labour. 506
Dim outlook as Silentnight shares dive. 250
Direct Line joins HBOS for venture. 233
Dixons soars after signs it will bounce back. 385
Drive to natural gas commercial fuel. 378
Drugs gang face life for pounds 1m racket. 183
Explosive cargo. 99
Fall in IT spending blamed for Xansa fall. 336
Family feels safe behind mast mesh. 357
Fat cats keep widening the pay gap. 405
Football: Bruce is keen to give FA charge the sharp elbow. 512
Football: From Manchester to Madrid for Queiroz. 507
Football: Premier clubs' late cup entry; NON-LEAGUE. 451
Football: Saddlers' Man Utd link-up. 539
Football: Villa fans' early first-day start. 405
Ford still has a long way to pull back from heavy losses. 326
FORMULA ONE: European races in doubt after U-turn. 462
Gardener seeks damages over plant row. 265
Gatecrasher 'was fabulous'. 93
GOLF: Great Barr triumph. 95
Golf: Titleholder Mackenzie puts lack of success on shoulder; FRENCH OPEN. 514
Graduates face decade of debt, says new study. 451
Grants warning on EU funds. 844
High earners may face larger NI rise. 384
HOCKEY: England victory. 109
Humble egg is life or death for Hafsa. 313
Ignorance and inertia means loss of rights at end of lease. 437
Industrious addition. 82
Israel kills more civilians in missile strike leaving peace plan in balance. 567
Job-seekers' Web of intrigue. 132
Jobs joy: 200 positions may be created in Chase and Royal Bank venture. 235
Kangaroos culled. 80
Labour 'well short' of meeting child poverty pledge. 338
Lambert selects ICC for location. 164
Let the television take the strain. 281
Letter: Boys and girls are always equal. 143
Letter: Boys and girls are always equal. 140
Letter: Boys and girls are always equal. 153
Letter: Gangs harm our society and should be banned; Pupils from St Francis RC School, Nursery Road, Handsworth express their concerns about the continuing gang violence and recent shootings in Birmingham and elsewhere, sexism and other issues. 189
Letter: Gangs harm our society and should be banned; Pupils from St Francis RC School, Nursery Road, Handsworth express their concerns about the continuing gang violence and recent shootings in Birmingham and elsewhere, sexism and other issues. 133
Letter: Gangs harm our society and should be banned; Pupils from St Francis RC School, Nursery Road, Handsworth express their concerns about the continuing gang violence and recent shootings in Birmingham and elsewhere, sexism and other issues. 97
Letter: Gangs harm our society and should be banned; Pupils from St Francis RC School, Nursery Road, Handsworth express their concerns about the continuing gang violence and recent shootings in Birmingham and elsewhere, sexism and other issues. 112
Letter: Litter is a real problem. 134
Letter: Litter is a real problem. 85
Letter: School dinners should be improved. 124
Letter: Something must be done about racism. 90
LS is going global with Chinese investment. 354
Mega-casinos set for UK. 210
Merchant to create posts. 129
Ministers vow laws for hedge nuisances. 508
Missing girl plea. 112
MOTORSPORT: World Rally Championship. 123
MPs seek total ban on hunting. 242
Murder plot trial resumes. 147
New Street plan warning. 385
Now we must steam ahead on station plan. 301
Outsider: Race fan Reg is oldest known winner of the Lottery jackpot. 255
Perspective: Christians cannot say that sexuality is private. 705
Pettifer expansion to target portfolio in South. 159
Pioneering treatment gives hope to mother. 270
Police seek new lead in rape case. 253
Police target safety as crime is cut. 491
Post Competition: Win a lifelong gym membership. 369
Printer site sold. 88
Private eye 'knew he was in danger'. 403
Prosecutors examine WestLB's finances. 285
Proud history of RMP. 166
Quit call to 'despised' Minister. 235
RAC motoring services accelerate. 290
Racing: Charlton keeps up fine form. 758
Retail expert takes top job at Bullring. 187
Retail is still best performer. 661
Road scheme kickstarts office work. 127
Rock: Buffalo Bill and his repertoire of D.I.R.G.E. 892
Roll up for jobs at new Bullring. 125
Rugby Union: Fortey moves. 84
SAS may test Royal security. 538
Second City's Third World public transport system; Loose talk about underground systems will do nothing to solve Birmingham's transport problems, argues Terry Grimley. 1351
Segregation leader Maddox dies aged 87. 184
Smith relieved over drop in sterling against euro. 583
Son shot dead in Iraq days before birthday. 688
SPEEDWAY: Wolves defeat. 230
Stagecoach is on track with twin priorities in USA and trains plan. 416
Stamp out firearm offences and boost city. 418
Strife begins at 40; He may have been in denial about his age for a couple of years, but Hugh Laurie has come to terms with being 40, he tells Wil Marlow. 995
Success for a very British farce; Noises Off Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 308
Success: New contracts clinch business award. 116
Suppliers scorn tax incentives. 579
Suppliers under threat from squeeze. 913
SWIMMING: British squad. 166
Tedium abounds when the plot is lost; The Winters Tale - Ludlow Castle. 363
Tennis: Wimbledon 2003: ATP hoping grand slam boycott bid dies away. 454
Tennis: Wimbledon 2003: Hantuchova loses match points and poise in epic. 300
Tennis: Wimbledon 2003: Henman needs to step up. 568
Tennis: Wimbledon 2003: Nerveless Federer keeping expectation within bounds. 659
Tennis: Wimbledon 2003: Venus renews mission. 724
Tennis: Wimbledon 2003: Words fail Rusedski. 1111
Terror fears hit textile show. 474
Terror suspects held. 93
The new road map to how we speak. 382
Theme for Today. 179
Tinsley to source more from low-cost countries. 513
TV: Choice: Bernard's Bombay Dream Channel 4, 9pm. 172
Two held over antiques raid. 147
Two million profiles on DNA database. 688
US cuts the cost of borrowing to just 1pc. 265
US expert 'pressured' over Iraqi weapons. 273
US rate uncertainty holds London back. 520
West Midlands is worst at paying fines. 344
Whelan will not take JJB private. 153
Winchester's bright picture for the future Persimmon forecasts higher profits. 856
WJO is ready to hit the big time; Already known for its leather and adventurous architecture, Walsall is also gaining an international reputation for its fine jazz orchestra. Martin Longley reports. 1081
Woman's bus stop robbery. 93
Woodfield wades into fight to save Alstom jobs. 237

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