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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 14, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
'Improve not move' is a boost for Topps. 487
All the PM's men rally to defuse Short. 533
Appeal for corporate balance. 875
Archive. 213
Asda set to create 1,200 jobs. 217
Aston shootings car is found. 546
Athens Sars fear. 80
Badger attack man savaged. 547
Battle goes on as Labour plans future. 195
Beach body could be bar bomber. 189
Beauty Style: Bathtime bonus. 312
Beauty Style: Here comes the sun; RETAIL THERAPY: With Jess Hybert. 800
Beauty Style: Life on the edge. 490
Black belt is eight. 100
Breath of fresh air: Church has inflated idea of religion. 330
British police may shoot to keep order. 483
Bush pledges to find the Saudi bombers. 639
Cadbury chairman elected as CBI deputy; New voice: John Sunderland joins the chorus of national lobby group. 385
Canning collection stays in Birmingham. 1032
Card thief escapes jail. 103
Cautious welcome for Tory fees plan. 261
Celebrity worship affects one third. 100
Cinema chain has pounds 250m new Vue. 251
City View: Real test for Brown is whether euro is inevitable. 481
City's chief of transport aiming for car control. 365
Cricket: Powell at helm for Obuya's opener. 576
Cricket: Test record run-chase by Windies. 372
Culture: An opera for the misfits; Al Hutchins finds a piece of work which celebrates the eternally discarded. 592
Culture: Poles apart from their day jobs; John Slim discovers Crescent Theatre actresses have developed new talents. 924
Culture: Pop chameleons shun the mundane; They're an unlikely pairing, the posh Hampshire singer and the unassuming London jazz man, but together they make scary music. Charlie Melvin gets the goods from Goldfrapp. 1239
Derailed train sparks inquiry. 109
Dilemma over Blake paintings. 138
Driver killed and six hurt in bus crash. 182
EATING OUT: Brief taster. 119
Ennstone in strong start. 125
Enterprise: Don't waste it: Plant an acorn and watch your oak grow. 554
Enterprise: Firms urged to bid for a slice of pounds 3m. 192
Enterprise: SGMS bags pounds 10m Sainsbury contract. 216
Enterprise: Tabletop soccer in for new kick-off. 449
Enterprise: Traffic signal success is the green light for golfing venture; Simulators: Entrepreneurs keep their eye on the ball. 295
Enterprise: Watchdog calls for level playing field. 386
Ethnic groups told to bid for lottery cash. 279
Ex-cab chief's takeover bid is rejected. 358
Fashion style: Bags of style; We are becoming increasingly conscious of the need to recycle what we would once have thrown away. Bag maker Sheila Finch turns old garments into imaginative accessories and creates unique mementos for people who want to remember a loved one. She talks to Alison Jones. 768
Fashion Style: Stripe tease artist; Vertical, horizontal or diagonal, stripes are the big fashion noise this summer says Hilary Duncanson. 993
Fiat has long way to go for recovery. 399
Foot-and-mouth burial site villagers under increased stress. 377
Football: AC Milan withstand late Inter raids to reach final; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Internazionale 1 AC Milan 1 Aggregate 1-1; Milan win on away goals. 382
Football: Alexander is great for Bluebirds; NATIONWIDE LEAGUE PLAY-OFFS. 305
Football: Eriksson upgrade for Ferdinand. 434
Football: FA hand Dublin a big fine for sour exit. 284
Football: Forest's Premier plan hit after FA rule Dawson out. 627
Football: Forest's Premier plan hit after FA rule Dawson out. 602
Football: Hawthorns bids a fond farewell to its loyal legend; BOB TAYLOR TESTIMONIAL. 667
Football: Jones's Great Expectations; Reading v Wolverhampton Wanderers. 747
Football: Joy for Blues' keeper of the faith; Ian Bennett is relishing his testimonial tonight after a superb end to the season, reports James Nursey. 918
Football: McGorry in bids to deny old friends. 387
Football: Milan withstand Internazionale rally to reach final; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Internazionale 1 Ac Milan 1 Aggregate 1-1; Milan win on away goals. 530
Football: Question time for Hendrie. 728
Football: Robinson captured by lure of top flight. 337
Football: Spot-kicks covered. 165
Football: Warnock scorched by Burns' furious play-off blast; NATIONWIDE LEAGUE NEWS. 392
Football: Wealthy to pay Wembley premium. 470
For better for worse: Hand in hand through life; Marriage is for life - or is it? Two couples, one married for six decades, the other for a few days, tell Caroline Foulkes their views George and Vera Bryan, owners of Drayton Manor Theme Park, have been married for 60 years. 1546
Foreign Office's Web alert. 345
Forward in unity, hopefully; The direction of the team running Birmingham took a turn to the left following Monday's elections for the city council cabinet. Chief Reporter Paul Dale assesses the political fallout. 658
Games drive to the US. 310
GCSE exams reset after van carrying papers stolen. 433
Golf: Ballesteros ordered to expand on 'mafia' jibe. 625
Golf: Goosen backs Sorenstam for top-20 slot among men. 755
Golf: Spanish soil adds relish to Seve show. 561
Guitars fetch pounds 1m. 103
House price rises to stay in double figures despite market slowdown. 407
Humanitarian worker Aga Khan dies. 85
Inmate found hanging dies. 120
Interiors style: Guilding the lily; Interior designer Tricia Guild practises what she preaches. Gabrielle Fagan discovers her home is vibrant with colour. 824
Job boost as plans unveiled for dump. 543
Keller piles on progress. 159
Klass goes classical with pounds 1m album deal. 213
Lack of 'grazers' closes bar. 282
Laser attack claim. 100
Leading article: Terrorists should not halt pursuit of peace. 250
Leading article: Words and action. 251
Legion bug in hospital pipes. 237
Let's get to the Point; Chief Reporter Paul Dale faces the 'six-minute challenge' to walk from Marks & Spencer to Millennium Point, but admits defeat at Moor Street Station. 1135
Letter: Everyone pays for the roads user. 464
Letter: MEL should not make a penny. 109
Letter: Motorists should boycott the toll road. 173
Letter: Taylor's done a great job at Villa. 165
Letter: We're all affected by traffic. 303
Letwin seeks huge rise in police force. 394
Liver cell work may reduce transplants. 319
Lovell nets pounds 78m. 112
Market Report: Saudi bombs fail to rock market men. 481
Mass graves may hold remains of 15,000 Iraqis. 495
Misery of the bill blunders. 204
Modern matrons help to cut patient complaints. 438
Moseley residents save historic building. 191
Murder charge driver 'ashamed'. 334
My regret, by doctor of brain tumour boy. 496
New cabinet members: Who's who in the inner circle running Birmingham. 872
New chairman at Millennium Point. 238
Next is hoping for big things as sales rise. 361
North and Midlands share richest places in real terms. 465
Novelist says TV network 'stole' most famous work. 286
On This Day. 212
Ozzy Osbourne clashes with son over rival city radio bids. 345
Passenger traffic on rise for BMI Group. 293
Perspective: China's forgotten weapon of mass destruction. 649
Plane forced to land over smoke scare. 293
Police ovation for mother of Sarah. 373
Post people: Fay gives fighting talk. 98
Post people: Interview by email. 577
Post people: Mike recalls his industry experience. 82
Post people: Models take Liberty's. 122
Post people: Pop culture. 84
Post people: Season of goodwill. 190
Post people: Sons of the dessert. 220
Post people: You can count on them. 190
Post style: Lettuce pray; British salad need not all be about limp lettuce and half a boiled egg, discovers Wailang Chu. 1207
Post style: Prints Charming; Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen has a reputation as a man who is not afraid to speak his mind or impose his ideas. But Andrew Davies discovers there is a friendly soul beneath the flamboyance. 1019
PoW survivors re-live sinking by submarine. 456
Power firm profits are down sharply. 294
Pressure mounts on Stakeknife to appear. 600
Prosecutors will guide sentencing decisions. 279
Racing: Battle Chant optimism despite subdued start. 271
Racing: Meehan's Twilight delight. 446
Refugee centre destroyed before police took control. 635
Relatives accuse Saudis. 344
Review: Sprightly octogenarian still has all the energy to thrill; The Dave Brubeck Quartet Symphony Hall. 279
Rugby Union: In brief. 203
Rugby Union: In brief. 118
Seminar aims to get the balance right. 88
Shiite leader calls for Iraqi democracy. 178
Sister of betrayed wife tells of abuse. 152
Skydiving tragedy. 92
State's 'golden share' in BAA is ruled unlawful. 278
Stepping up: New team for Zenith Developments. 153
Subscriber goal in sight for BSkyB. 531
Table talk: Good thai-mes roll again at the Arms; Alison Davison discovers an old landmark had been given an unusual makeover when it comes to meals. 845
Takeover talks at advanced stage. 218
TB tests for pupils. 90
Tennis: Injury halts Rusedski in low-key comeback. 216
The doors came in, then I was lying on my back. 498
Theme for Today. 146
They Said. 80
Toye & Co quitting Footsie for the AIM. 208
Tracing Tolkien: 5,000 fans expected for weekend events. 219
Tributes paid after girl, 12, is crushed. 161
TUC puts the boot into Glaxo fat cats. 292
Vision of Venice for the Black Country; Medal men: Brave new world for an ancient company. 450
War sacrifice of tragic 50,000 is remembered. 683
Wine style: On the Grapevine; Clive Platman tastes Sauvignon Blanc, the perfect summer tipple and match for a famously seasonal vegetable. 896

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