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

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Title Author Type Words
'Degrading' treatment of refugees. 292
. . . and he loves to go food shopping, too. 269
Airport protest invasion. 455
Airport security inquiry journalist freed by court. 369
Analysts say rates will not change. 477
Archive. 215
Arts: Larkin prompts poetry bonanza. 599
Asylum policy 'not up for discussion'. 510
BBC denies pounds 70m bill for Mailbox. 443
Better times for Brammer. 195
BFG boss denies giant management buyout. 399
Blair's praise for troops overshadowed by doubt. 705
Built-up areas hit by cluster bombs. 392
Business Council out to boost regional interests. 326
Chloride not looking for big improvements later this year. 358
City View: No deals on my Wagon, but they'll keep bowling along. 520
Cloned mule may help cancer fight. 164
Coltman to build on solid foundations. 261
Consumer confidence rises to pre-Iraq levels. 296
Cordiant takes fall on Aussie deal. 215
Cricket: FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP: Fulton regains focus for a game that might have passed him by. 720
Cricket: Midland trio go into bat for England. 685
Cricket: Pakistan delight at NZ return. 292
Cricket: Treading stage to one-day plaudits. 747
Cricket: Worcestershire take strain on Hall. 498
Democracy 'still denied in Ulster'. 384
Directors call for British history lessons. 147
Dossier demand as Blair flies in. 646
Double blow on family's island holiday. 163
Down-to-earth Sherpas. 169
Edgbaston grandeur and finery. 893
Emirates' big orders with Boeing and Airbus. 406
Equitable directors' pay wins approval. 304
Escape from the regime's torturers. 346
Eurovision song protest. 170
Fewer teachers are taking days off sick. 325
Film: Being Tom Ripley; Mike Davies plays the game with John Malkovich. 1373
Film: Steve's just not funny any more; Mike Davies reviews this week's new cinema releases. 2283
Firemen use flea collars to stop mite-y false alarm problem. 266
Football: Halesowen delight as leading scorer Ashby agrees new deal. 401
Football: Injections to help Gilchrist in bid to end injury pains. 344
Football: Keeping position priority for Barry. 728
Football: Morrison has role to play for Bruce. 559
Football: NON-LEAGUE: Tamworth told to match Gee ambition. 500
Football: Premiership survival essential to allow Wolves to cash in. 768
FOOTBALL: Tony Barras. 147
For What it's Worth; Two years ago, it would have been presumptuous of a Midland property writer to expect more than one million pound house to look at in the average month. This week, there's a pile of them. But is the regional buyer excited by this record choice in the upper reaches - or just vaguely depressed? Marsya Lennox picks eight anyway. 1811
FORMULA ONE: Button takes note of podium pointers on unforgiving track. 489
Freedom for prince to be just William; Midway through his degree course at St Andrews University, Prince William speaks to Peter Archer about his life as a student. In the run-up to his 21st birthday on June 21, William talks of his love of Scotland and how the Scottish people have made him feel at home. 723
Geldof is misinformed over Ethiopia aid, claims Kinnock. 244
Girls of nine threw brick from bridge on M-way. 253
Golf: Surprised Poulter sounds red alert. 810
GOLF: The membership of the Royal and Ancient Club. 171
Gunpoint abduction. 90
Hillary feted on golden anniversary of Everest. 475
HOCKEY: Cannock quintet bid to fly flag in England showpiece. 527
Hortons' builds on its success; Window of opportunity: Welcome to new client. 271
Hot stuff: Pilkington turns in robust figures. 152
House prices nudge ahead during May. 689
How to save a fortune by moving. 451
I'd rape beauty queen now, says Tyson. 141
Immigration scam 'run by travel firm'. 274
Intersport expands with 22 more stores; In touch: Buying group is ahead of the game. 248
Invensys piles on the bad tidings. 553
Jerusalem summit over peace deal. 80
Job hunters flocking to Bullring. 158
Last night's review: Oramo launches four days of magic. 271
Legal and Finance: 'Prayer mat' pension management. 333
Legal and Finance: Bosses must come clean over equal pay. 405
Legal and Finance: Chemical firms find formula of success. 462
Legal and Finance: Crucial change in asbestos regulations affect millions of properties. 362
Legal and Finance: Energy on the move brings a double coup; Teamwork: Lawmen's clients land big orders. 461
Legal and Finance: Graduates not up to it, say bosses. 295
Legal and Finance: Landmark for diversity group. 541
Legal and Finance: Lawyers help out with BITC refuge revamp. 230
Legal and Finance: New partners at Pinsents. 159
Legal and Finance: Non-executive directors given audit guidance. 109
Legal and Finance: Parry joins Thomas and Young. 158
Legal and Finance: Student lawyers in refugee advice scheme. 396
Legal and Finance: Switch to Limited Liability. 164
Legal and Finance: Why MBO source may soon disappear. 319
Letter: A week when we all stop for tea. 259
Letter: Is it really you, Barry? 140
Letter: Israelis and Palestinians deserve peace and justice. 303
Letter: Priority for bus users. 117
Letter: Public are misled by food labels. 133
Letter: Sir Albert has done good job for business. 157
Letter: Taste of what's to come from Europe. 217
Letter: What are all these roadworks for? 346
Marconi to axe another 854 jobs. 609
Market Report: Footsie ends on high note after early loss. 539
More difficult conditions for Insecuricor. 493
Moss Bros would suit a return to the black, says new boss. 283
Motoring: Getting paid for having fun. 118
Motoring: Kia adds 3.5-litre V6 engine to Sorento. 304
Motoring: Lexus takes on best with luxury RX300. 512
Motoring: New diesel set to give Octavia sales boost. 166
Motoring: Shining One is not pure gold. 970
New Briton dies at euthanasia clinic. 288
New Look hit by old problem. 540
New M-road taking its toll. 469
New Street ticket barrier to be scrapped. 419
Now we must act for future of Iraqis. 515
OBITUARY: One-time record buy a model of fairness. 272
On This Day. 218
Perspective: Weapons of mass destruction or mass deception? 585
Pet medicine deal puts Dechra on map in US. 335
Poland gets ready to float power stations. 321
Police hold break-out offender. 170
Police, camera, action - gotcha. 565
Pop stars' slant on city's culture bid. 310
Pope can't save God in a multi-race EU. 299
Post competition: Rediscover the entertainment value of going to the theatre. 643
Potters Bar rail maintenance hit. 261
Pupil expulsion numbers rise despite extra appeals. 543
Racing: Akshar offers hint for Royal Hunt Cup. 373
Racing: Eddery's Derby U-turn. 714
Religions join to aid children. 215
Rentokil's shares dip despite rise in profits. 357
Residential Property: A precious slice of history. 919
Residential Property: A rare opportunity in the Cotswolds. 396
Residential Property: An imaginative conversion. 422
Residential Property: Clairvaux Gardens. 152
Residential Property: Four and five bedroom homes at Foley Grange. 239
Residential Property: Grade I home of historical note. 1468
Residential Property: Helen builds new firm with a wealth of experience. 272
Residential Property: New role for the former Stratford Court Hotel. 383
Residential Property: Scholar's Gate gets full marks. 382
Residential Property: Two classic slices of old Warwickshire. 710
Residential Property: Unique homes at Poets Corner. 556
Residential Property: Victorian village vicarage set in stone. 296
Review: Legend plays ragas with altitude. 360
Revolutionary in the shadows; The new leader of the opposition on Birmingham City Council wants to reconnect urban areas to Conservatism. Is this an admission that the Tories have to find a new direction in order to succeed, asks Chief Reporter Paul Dale. 1240
Rolls-Royce has reassurance for shareholders. 401
Royal legitimised. 90
RUGBY LEAGUE: St Helens, Hull and Halifax. 115
RUGBY UNION: England Sevens bow beckons for Roke the record-breaker. 587
Sars on increase. 103
Shadow of Mugabe hanging over city; As the protests in Zimbabwe against Robert Mugabe continue, the repercussions of the violence are being felt in Birmingham, as Guy Newey reports. 630
Shake-up for energy in Russia. 152
Sharp profits fall for Brewin Dolphin. 209
Shopkeeper stabbed by hooded men. 160
Shot fired at house window. 166
Sky high pursuit traps car thieves. 479
Snacking children refusing dinners. 214
Speeding transplant driver not prosecuted. 250
Sprue Aegis spruces up turnover. 234
SWIMMING: Graeme Smith. 173
Tennis: Capriati puts victory in perspective. 315
TENNIS: Henman's fury and inspiration means progress. 514
Tennis: Lleyton Hewitt. 239
The Burns Reader; On the eve of her latest Midlands dates, Scottish singer Eddi Reader talks about her new LP. Charlie Melvin receives first degree Burns. 1387
The jeans that built America. 621
Theme for Today. 188
Toddler critical after pool plunge. 144
Top TT racer dies in practice session. 274
Tories must appeal to voters. 434
Transvestite potter makes a throw for Turner Prize. 230
Trouble at Mill. 116
TV Choice. 193
Universities fear the 'golden triangle'. 324
Upturn theories debated. 444
US economy better than expected. 121
Very tough trading hits components' performance. 384
Violent patient curbs. 219
Wagon's result surprise after gloomy forecast. 458
Win a set of summer tickets. 165
Would-be hijacker stabs two plane crew. 403
Would-be kidnapper remanded. 266
Young people's skills key to city's future prosperity. 307

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