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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 22, 2003)

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2,000 jobs axed. 106
Action to curb youth crime and punish bad behaviour. 544
Advice for drivers on coping in the winter. 280
Airliner alert. 124
Angry peers declare war on peace protest. 365
Anniversaries. 208
Antiques & Collecting: Shimmy round the silver and sense quality. 1180
Appointments: Crest Nicholson sets sites on Ted. 458
Archive. 213
Archive: Pen-maker who Turner could not brush off; An industrialist with an eye art once owned a collection of paintings that would be the envy of any museum. reveals Chris Upton. 1219
ATHLETICS: Birchall's Kenya trip helps Euro quest closer to home. 460
Attack thugs caged. 109
BADMINTON: Good start for Archer and Kellogg. 163
Balfour controls Connect. 190
Being cool is only one element of the croupier's CV. 302
Birmingham Forward. 125
Boeing set to sign-up customers for the 7E7. 430
Books: BESTSELLERS. 161
Books: Canny writer whose dry humour delights; The Ends Of Our Tethers: 13 Sorry Stories by Alasdair Gray, Canongate, pounds 10. 627
Books: History of great strides in dance; No Fixed Points - Dance in the Twentieth Century by Nancy Reynolds and Malcolm McCormick,Yale, pounds 35. 549
Books: Reviews; Going The Distance, edited by Alan Beard, Tindal Street Press, pounds 7.99. 313
Books: Reviews; Walter and Albertina Sisulu: In Our Lifetime, by Elinor Sisulu, Abacus, pounds 12.99. 292
Books: Who's who in Dr Who; Doctor Who: The Legend, by Justin Richards, BBC, pounds 40. 500
BPB posts underlying profit rise of 13pc. 367
Bush signs off British tour with fish and chips lunch. 670
Car dealer jailed for 18 months on five charges of mileage deception. 263
CD Reviews: Beethoven: Piano Music -Leon McCawley (Resonance, Sanctuary Classics LC11303). 185
CD Reviews: Jazz CDs. 1055
CD Reviews: Leon McCawley plays Schumann (AVIE AV0029). 143
CD Reviews: Moving on up a grade in the Blink of an eye; CD OF THE WEEK Blink 182 (Geffen). 754
CD Reviews: Stylish mix makes for tuneful and direct cantata. 258
CD Reviews: The Essential Bruce Springsteen (Columbia). 481
Child porn pair jailed for a year. 381
Cider factory source of legionella outbreak. 347
Close Brothers join OFEX. 113
Collecting: New Year bonanza brings antiques flooding in to city. 988
Council tax rise 'no more than inflation'. 362
Cricket: Stratford considered as Championship venue. 252
Cricket: Vaughan unimpressed by farcical schedule. 604
Curator is charged on pictures. 224
Doctor TB scare. 131
Drug driver jailed. 98
Duped wife uncovered double life. 260
EMI takes a hit over rejection. 93
Envoy's cheque to mother of man shot by Israelis bounced. 255
Euro MPs in victory for hallmarking. 542
First is everything. 129
Food: Everything you need to know -and more; A food book with a difference looks set to out-strip culinary all-comers in this year's bestsellers list. Caroline Foulkes dips into the strange world of Schott's Food and Drink Miscellany. 791
Food: Get stuck in to Good Food; Wednesday marks the opening of this year's BBC Good Food Show at the NEC. Caroline Foulkes takes a sneak preview. 670
Food: Side orders. 811
Football: Blues facing the ultimate test; THE PREMIERSHIP: BIRMINGHAM CITY v ARSENAL The Arsenal game gives Blues a chance to see how far they have progressed, writes Ged Scott. 1009
Football: Dinning peps Lee's options as Walsall look to breach Palace guard; Walsall v Crystal Palace. 563
Football: DR MARTENS PREMIER: Borough game off after flu bug floors 15. 694
Football: Dr MARTENS WESTERN: Brown excited at prospect of Redditch's Christmas revival. 552
Football: FA VASE: Sphinx keen to play tribute to a much-missed mentor. 535
Football: Historic Grosvenor earning the right to step up in class. 452
Football: Jones ponders striking dilemma; THE PREMIERSHIP: EVERTON v WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS There's little space for sentiment in the Wolves manager's life, writes Ged Scott. 801
Football: Leamington hope Nicholls will jump out of shadows. 468
Football: Lescott ruled out for entire campaign. 313
Football: MIDLAND ALLIANCE: Rushall up front about move for Hesson. 515
Football: Mikes sign prodigy with eye to future. 368
Football: NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE: Quailey is called on to put fire in Lambs. 641
Football: NATIONWIDE LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION: Albion bid to be pole stars; West Bromwich Albion v Reading. 966
Football: No keeping back Danby as Brock fights illness; Kidderminster Harriers v Torquay United. 308
Football: O'Leary: Villa need fans more than ever; THE PREMIERSHIP: TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR v ASTON VILLA. 914
Football: Quilt card rescinded. 169
Football: Realistic Busst puts Robins on red alert. 264
Football: Rugby score fires Rovers' resurgence. 188
Football: Sky Blues ready for afternoon of graft; Coventry City v Gillingham. 336
Football: THIRD DIVISION: Insider's view little value as Ward looks for form; Cheltenham Town v Carlisle United. 263
Football: Titterton's Swifts talk clears air. 167
Football: VIEW FROM HIGHBURY: Mental strength key to hard-hit Gunners. 408
Football: VIEW FROM WHITE HART LANE: Hughton backs manager to prevail. 417
Francesca puts TV in spotlight for disabled. 187
From one star to another; With or without the stars, any voyage on QE2 is an unforgettable experience. As she bids goodbye to the Atlantic, here are the memories of the great ship from some of her famous passengers. 844
Go Peds 'need licensing'. 109
Golf: Accurate Americans shrug off pressure. 851
GOLF: Magic stays with Ryder stars. 723
Good time for a tax promise. 381
Harrison honoured. 127
Health/family life: When winter illnesses become a real pain in the neck; Lisa Salmon looks at the causes of sore throats and how to ease the discomfort they bring. 697
Heatwave and food boost brewer Fuller. 482
HOCKEY: Olton tipped for rapid rise up the table. 616
Home & Gardens: A berry good place to start; In order to guarantee holly that is covered with berries, you first need to know whether it is a girl bush or boy bush Hannah Stephenson explains how to tell. 683
Home & Gardens: Garden Diary. 375
Home & Gardens: Gardening chores. 298
Home & Gardens: Nuts and bolts: Light up your life. 668
Home & Gardens: Plant of the week: Skimmia. 177
Hotels hit by donkey cart rocket attacks. 491
Hunt for knife killer of cyclist as stabbings increase. 333
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze get ready to lock horns with Devils. 363
Inquiry after terrified woman held at gunpoint by police officers. 313
Iran accused of weapon lies. 108
Jackson child abuse claims 'are monstrous'. 218
Jail marathon. 83
Jail terms for estate drugs gang 'disappoint' officers. 477
Just the Job: Flexible rewards may be just the thing for staff. 497
Ken Dodd's obsessed stalking fan detained. 358
Last night's review: Good time to love Dylan. 413
Letter: Don't let bigotry strangle science. 187
Letter: If Bush is to blame, then so is Blair. 322
Letter: Now we have more in common with Europe. 269
Letter: Proud of city, but not the CBI. 126
Letter: Scheme undermines expenditure control. 152
Letter: Slower speeds get us there quicker. 147
Long live the Queen; A few short weeks after Concorde had its wings clipped, the QE2 is to embark on its last grand voyage. Laurence Brodie salutes the first lady of the seas. 884
Market Report: Traders refuse to let Turkey get them down. 309
Men miss out over half-fare travelling. 190
MG Rover in pounds 53m drive for lucrative parts market. 515
Moped rider tried to outrun a police car. 223
New hope for Briton's bride-to-be. 212
New vaccine proposals put by doctors. 159
No excuse for missing game. 918
Paedophile admits he is danger to children. 378
Pastimes: Bridge. 310
Pastimes: Chess. 337
Pc minder jailed for misconduct. 174
Pension plan costs under microscope. 304
Personal Finance: Advisers seek Sipps change. 81
Personal Finance: Britons less likely to shoulder blame for debt than Americans. 384
Personal Finance: Everyone's off to New York's stores. 377
Personal Finance: Helping teenagers get clued up on cash. 467
Personal Finance: Homeowners' savings fears. 147
Personal Finance: Inheritance tax may now be issue you can't avoid. 755
Personal Finance: Is this mortgage heaven? 1297
Personal Finance: Midshires shops around for new savers. 275
Personal Finance: Savings shortfall in retirement. 341
Personal Finance: Stocks are still seen as too risky. 242
Personal Finance: Underestimating cost of schooling. 289
Personal Finance: Winter can be very good time to buy a house. 197
Perspective: Why we all need to believe in the conspiracy theory; Today is the 40th anniversary of President John F Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Texas. Hannah Stephenson looks at the moment in history that remains so shockingly fresh in some minds. 1172
Police drop charges against singer. 123
Police warn firms over cold callers. 170
Praise and pounds 4m for drug-crime 'interventions'. 213
Prescott go-ahead for research tests on monkeys. 173
Racing: Best Mate can return in style. 600
Racing: Mr Cool rewarded at last. 462
Rambling: Wake up to village curiosities. 587
Residential Property: Designer lure of The Orion Building. 741
Rugby Union: BUSINESS OF SPORT:Professionalism in boardroom benefits rugby; A well-run World Cup will bring a windfall to the game's grassroots, writes Peter Sharkey. 785
Rugby Union: Connolly imposes World Cup ban. 415
Rugby Union: FORTHERECORD. 158
Rugby Union: Hill on top of nerves. 733
Rugby Union: Stourbridge are eager to be first among equals at last. 509
Rugby Union: Waters runs deep to sink Gloucester. 364
Rugby World Cup 2003: A nation expects . . . messages of good luck flood in for England. 1155
Rugby World Cup 2003: AUSTRALIA SQUAD. 424
Rugby World Cup 2003: AUSTRALIA'S ROUTE TO THE FINAL. 837
Rugby World Cup 2003: BOOT BOY STAYS IN FOCUS; The only thing he can't kick is practising habit. 785
Rugby World Cup 2003: D-DAY FOR OZ; Discipline remains the keyword to Australia's success today. 755
Rugby World Cup 2003: ENGLAND SQUAD. 440
Rugby World Cup 2003: ENGLAND'S ROUTE TO THE FINAL. 888
Rugby World Cup 2003: Golden boys with world at their feet. 401
Rugby World Cup 2003: I know all there is to know about the running game...; England boring? Not according to Jason Robinson, reports Frank Malley. 804
Rugby World Cup 2003: TOP 10 SPORTING BATTLES: Swing low, sweet chariot, coming for to carry it home. 761
Rugby World Cup 2003: VIEW FROM DOWN UNDER: Sydney November 21, 2003 - Worried Australians step up Pom-bashing to new levels. 468
Rugby World Cup 2003: WE'RE READY; No Churchillian speech, just a simple message . . . 1153
Sellafield workers step up pay strike action. 356
Sex offence new laws for first time in 50 years. 449
Shot woman rowed about new life. 134
Spector told chauffeur he had killed someone -police. 214
Stanley is a safe bet on profits. 148
Teenager died after hitting goalposts. 102
The Business Profile: City's casino star is born; Martin Faint talks to John Denton, the charismatic 46-year old casino marketing director of the UK's largest casino at Star City Birmingham. 1633
The Co-op notches up first profit over pounds 5m. 275
The Iron Angle: 'Information' saga rolls on into a right battle-royal; Local government under scrutiny with a slant. 639
The Saturday Interview: The Opera Babes - Friends in perfect harmony. 1922
Theme for the day. 152
They Said. 81
Thousands in trade talk riot. 105
Towers sets the record straight. 644
Tragus now more than just pasta. 271
Travel: Eccentric seaside town in the heart of the country; It is on our doorstep, but is often ignored as a travel destination. Peter Woodman finds the Peak District meets all his requirements. 790
Travel: Hidden streets of Paris; Paris remains one of the most recognisable cities in the world. But Peter Bacon discovers you can get a very different view of some very familiar landmarks. 1496
Travel: Now Boarding; (Package prices per person sharing double room, unless indicated). 970
Travel: Passport to Travel. 688
Tributes to victim of consulate bombings. 617
TV Millionaire cheat major walks free. 382
Two motor legends top a poll for desirable classics. 254
Veiled threat from Rolls. 187
Village mourns stabbed schoolboy. 190
Week in pictures. 145
Wolfson has good growth. 157
Wolseley ready for opportunity. 93
Worthy lone voice. 199

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