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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 19, 2003)

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150,000 homeless in Sri Lankan floods. 93
Al Qaida suspects are held in Saudi. 316
All the theatre's a stage; Andrew Davies and photographer Jeremy Pardoe report from the RSC Open Day in Stratford. 468
Archive. 157
BOXING: Rutherford takes his chance to claim title. 580
Breach of the peace. 160
Bridge solution. 145
Cabinet 'will follow Brown's euro advice'. 518
Car sale of the century. 102
Cashman tells Blair: hands off Rugby site. 242
City steps up terror alert. 588
City View: Market says Paragon is virtuous and safe as houses. 498
Cox plants itself into the top ten. 144
Cricket: All-round Harvey show beats Windies. 498
Cricket: Fletcher backing McGrath. 1169
Cricket: Gambling Smith's bid comes up short; FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP: Durham drew with Worcestershire. 457
Cricket: Injury scare for absent Hoggard. 278
Cricket: Lucky Streak for Zimbabwe but Wasim bows out; TOUR MATCH. 665
Cricket: McLean's pace proves decisive. 286
Cricket: Middlesex resolution rewarded. 292
Cricket: Moreton boosts Harborne; BANKS'SBIRMINGHAM & DISTRICT PREMIER LEAGUE. 600
Cricket: Pakistan crumble to 12-run defeat as Murali reigns. 441
Cricket: Rain foils Saqlain's quest. 289
Cricket: Ramps puts skids under Kent with crucial ton; NATIONAL LEAGUE. 302
Cricket: Time beats aggrieved Lancashire. 314
Cricket: Winless Bears propping up table; Essex beat Warwickshire by eight wickets. 647
Culture: A talent to notice; The Damon Brown Quartet Ty's, Sparkbrook. 271
Culture: Contrasting journey through story of art; Terry Grimley raises two cheers for Birmingham's collection of early 20th century British art. 989
Culture: Music weak at heart. 256
Culture: Plenty of blood in the highland woods; Mike Davies finds horror in the Highlands. 881
Detective pleads for help to identify hit-and-run victim. 353
Drugs giant faces revolt in 'fat cat' pay row. 457
Education: Birthplace of island's tourism. 272
Education: Clarke to target the naughty little ones. 210
Education: Class of '63. Nurses. 82
Education: Council under fire over links to Jamaica. 677
Education: Musicians to lead classical protests. 97
Education: Rover backs track stars of the future. 128
Education: Wolverhampton criticised for drop in teachinig standards. 322
Ellis denies plans to quit Chief Football Writer. 717
Ferret chaos for commuters. 83
Football: Beckham is staying at United, says father Ted. 186
Football: Disappointed Gee laments lack of killer thrust. 549
Football: FA CUP FINAL: Devalued cup living off former glories; The Cup final has become almost irrelevant, writes Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad. 915
Football: FA CUP FINAL: HOW THEY RATED. 373
Football: FA CUP FINAL: Pires on fire as Gunners triumph; Arsenal 1 Southampton 0. 852
Football: FA CUP FINAL: Seaman's boost after shining performance. 522
Football: FA CUP FINAL: Strachan marvels at losing Saints' huge hearts. 393
Football: FA CUP FINAL: Wiping out the pain of missing 2002 win. 462
Football: Frustrated Tamworth run aground on rock-like Teale; Dreams of a double turn to dust but at Villa Park, reports Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad. 886
Football: Goalkeeper the hero again for Arsenal, so now is the right time for Wenger to be strong and show him the door; Frank Malley at the Millennium Stadium sees lessons for both managers. 803
Football: Gregory in frame for Israeli club job. 405
Football: Horsfield goes back to his roots and old friends for summer on building site; The Birmingham City striker tells James Nursey of the footballers' alternative break. 1100
Football: McGorry feels full force of Martindale. 443
Football: McLeish all ears for last lap of title race; SCOTTISH FOOTBALL. 513
Football: Survey exposes drug-use problem. 514
Football: Villa Park curse befalls Lambs; Tamworth 1 Burscough 2 FA TROPHY FINAL. 1006
FORMULA ONE: Ferrari damp down fire fears. 452
FORMULA ONE: Fourth-placed Button maintains good start. 275
FORMULA ONE: Trailblazer Schumacher. 1102
Galleon clinches pasty deal. 336
GOLF: Harrington finds taste for glory in Hamburg; From Mark Garrod In Hamburg. 1042
GOLF: Women showing the way in PGA's own 'passing out' Graduates defy the stereotypes in the latest crop of talent, reports Michael Blair. 813
Grandfather takes wing. 92
Hospital doctors told: Wash your hands, in bid to stop killer bugs. 304
House prices rise after January blip. 309
I'd legalise all drugs, says top Yard officer. 257
Iraqi baby girl's life saved by UK hospital. 270
Lambs' double bid is thwarted. 413
Lead is only metal to lose high ground; Andrew Kerr. 689
Letter: Can you help the Canadian archive? 250
Letter: Conditions that could stop racism. 398
Letter: Have the adventure of a lifetime. 196
Letter: INK boss was a blot on landscape. 115
Letter: Save stamps and help children. 131
Letter: We are on trail to sculpture success. 166
Letter: We must retain freedom to manage our affairs. 430
Lobby group launches drive to unlock park-and-ride schemes. 212
Marketing & PR: Asian late entry for radio licence race. 1370
Marketing & PR: Media Types: Breaking the tragic cycle of corporate self-harm syndrome. 548
Midland train service is heading for the buffers. 450
MMR jab splits the scientists, says public. 169
MOTORCYCLING: Perfection for Hodgson as double win stretches massive title lead. 342
Mowlam message of support for Short. 333
MP lashes 'sick' city festival. 244
No parking zone 'a nail in traders' coffin'. 402
Nowhere safe after Moroccan bombing. 418
On This Day. 223
Perspective: A precious lifeline for the outcasts of society; Inmates of a Worcestershire women's prison are being given a chance to shed emotional baggage and find their feet in society, writes Karina Wulff Harrestrup. 941
Perspective: Killers for whom death is a way of life; In a week which has seen Islamic militants step up terrorist action, Chris Marritt questions what makes young men willing to die for a cause. 630
Perspective: Survival would be tough in a world without tumble driers. 801
Police chief blames refugees for increase in organised crime. 352
Pop go the sales. 88
pounds 40m art project? West Brom needs a new market first, thanks. 604
Pre-teens can find A drugs. 138
Pupils speaking up to help computer project. 147
Quitter Carol. 90
Racing: Azur. 178
Racing: Hawk Wing shows class. 812
Radio Choice: Radio Choice. 133
Railway genius on track to reclaim his heritage. 623
Rival bid may be made for Selfridges. 210
Robot brings new hope to patients of heart surgery. 500
RUGBY UNION: Wounded pride the motivation for Tigers. 545
Sars deaths dropping. 88
Serb handed over. 118
Sharon calls off Bush talks after bus blast. 444
Simple solutions are often the best. 321
SPEEDWAY: Rickardsson on track for Mauger success. 517
Stop the spin, airport bosses tell protesters. 806
Swoop by Kroll gives Invex national boost. 355
Television: Back to Big Brother's basics. 820
Television: Sky's the limit for architects; The people who gave us the London Eye would like to interest us in a radical rethink of the tower block. 865
TENNIS: Argentine final joy for Coria. 191
Theme for Today. 174
Tories confined to a rural revival. 383
Tory rebel 'out of step' with IDS attack. 406
Train fares go up as services go down. 379
TV Choice: Murphy's Law BBC One, 9pm. 153
Unions' roller coaster ride must end, says TUC chief. 365
Waqar Younis; Waqar warms up as Warwickshire wait on Bond decision. 398
Warning as Iraqi graves dug up. 592
Why city beer festival offer is just the ticket. 155

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