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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 25, 2003)

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'Comedy terrorist' jailed for art attack. 278
'Do more for less' attitude by bosses upsetting region's workers. 318
'Dying screams on phone'. 290
36 die in fire at Moscow dormitory for foreign students. 289
A matter of taste. 118
Advertising fillip for Talksport. 236
Airline's earnings expected to be up 50pc. 571
Alarm as toxic chemical found in city blood tests. 533
Albion striker quizzed by police. 470
Always read the tax small print. 395
Amicus makes plea for manufacturing. 126
Anniversaries. 226
Archive. 197
Beating heart at the centre of arts scene. 349
Benjys' sandwich spread. 300
Birmingham's high-fliers hoping to quit rat race early. 380
Bishop backs abortion case. 343
Bomber will be in jail for 27 years. 627
Boom in sightings of UFOs in region. 380
Bride-to-be being kept alive. 593
Business View: CBI don't think Brown's luck can hold out yet again. 572
CBI fears hard times not over yet. 638
Charity worker prepares for a night on the streets. 85
Child abuse claims a big lie -Jackson. 294
Colombian rebels release backpackers. 111
Confidence is returning. 287
Councillor is accused over leaflets. 265
Cricket: England's toughest test. 739
Culture: Art and craft from songsmith; Owen Adams hears the Nashville gospel from acclaimed American artist Greg Trooper. 1072
Culture: Dreaming of a dark Christmas; Wil Marlow assesses the runners and riders in this year's race for the coveted Christmas number one spot. 1256
Culture: Ken blows in from the Windy City; Peter Bacon's Jazz diary. 497
Culture: Loving it in the Crowe's nest; Mike Davies gets ship shape with Russell Crowe. 1303
Culture: Radio Choice. 85
Culture: Soap duo add spice to Godber revival; Bouncers Alexandra Theatre. 305
Culture: Soloists get bogged down in Beethoven; Sinfonia of Birmingham CBSO Centre, Berkley Street. 253
Culture: TV Choice. 212
Digital radio to be Christmas present of the year, says UBC. 369
Drink-drive landmark ruling. 289
Drum artists plan protest. 336
Duraflex setting up new HQ. 184
Duran Duran award. 114
e-business: Adecs back on expansion trail. 141
e-business: Bit of give and tech in 2003; A View from the Old World. 582
e-business: Development agency aims to improve e-commerce. 512
e-business: Digital threats worm their way in. 231
e-business: Freely addressing the very real problem of viral marketing. 503
e-business: Group Evo celebrates BIMTA contract; Birthday deal: Getting website on the road. 285
e-business: New rules over spam bring legal warning. 471
e-business: Open source pressure on MS. 128
e-business: Software specialist helps to launch Microsoft product. 434
e-business: Technology network showcases its recent successes at launch. 262
e-business: Time to face the music on downloads. 812
Electrical group Gets big profits. 429
EMI is out of Time Warner music battle. 565
Euthanasia move. 127
Fears of Iraq insurgency spreading. 150
Festive crime crackdown for Jewellery Quarter. 187
Football: Anfield return on Dugarry's agenda. 253
Football: Benbow battles back; BIRMINGHAM SENIOR CUP. 163
Football: Gee hopes new Brush will sweep away woe; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 366
Football: Jones worries over defensive chasm. 219
Football: Lee's local solution to Baird loss. 194
Football: Mark Delaney sidelined. 208
Football: McAllister expecting improved displays; FIRST DIVISION. 322
Football: Megson won over by World Cup-winners' team ethic. 664
Football: O'Leary appeals for fans' support; THE PREMIERSHIP. 501
Fountains confident of better cash flow. 515
Fox-hunting ban 'will be pushed through'. 182
France takes lead in commercial property; Countrywide coup: Corporate chief to head finance team. 581
GKN has ex-Unliver man as new boss. 199
Hewitt is urged to save jobs by allowing home shopping merger. 442
HIV virus infection rate rocketing in UK. 349
Hunting ban within a year, says MP Foster. 492
Huntley cut off girls' clothes, says his QC. 631
In Brief: Football. 153
In Brief: Rugby Union. 179
In Brief: Snooker. 87
India deal won't hit UK, says RM Group. 361
Invensys hit by fears over pace of disposal programme. 331
Investment? If it's too good to be true, it probably is. 341
Jonny Wilkinson studs; Wayne Murcott (above) with a stud similar to the ones used on Jonny Wilkinson's boots (right). 296
Jury recommends death for sniper. 275
Laird Group gets pounds 11.6m Intron stake. 201
Leading Article: A matter of taste. 118
Leading Article: Always read the tax small print. 395
Leading Article: The right track. 235
Letter: Charity's insult to Christianity. 419
Letter: Helping to fund our own demise. 420
Letter: Politicians will continue to fail us on the railways. 810
Letter: Real enemy remains hidden in mountains. 270
Letter: Speed cameras are there to save lives. 104
Libel claim payout. 116
Librarian is honoured. 81
Marketing & PR: Best not to monkey with these festive creations; Media Types. 601
Marketing & PR: Business goes with fizz for; Michelle P ots of honey arriving on. 345
Marketing & PR: Citigate experts set to dig below surface of Tarmac. 240
Marketing & PR: Mellor for media awards. 273
Marketing & PR: Transatlantic conference. 118
Merchant Retail's smell of success. 503
MG Rover heading for increase in profits. 394
Mirror agrees to stay quiet over Royals. 281
Misys sale of 'non-core' is complete. 86
Mobbed: Mobile content shares oversubscribed. 240
Mother and daughter died after car swerved. 479
MP trying to bring Labour back to roots. 396
New elections for Georgia as Putin hopes for change. 353
Pakistan angry over UK bugs. 234
Pat Murphy column: Howard's end fails to please. 111
Pat Murphy column: Jones left to reflect on highs and Lowes of rough trade. 307
Pat Murphy column: Men who made us proud. 1373
Pat Murphy column: Villa under-achievers needing key components. 550
Perspective: Ringing in the changes for modern society; Eight out of ten people reportedly support the concept of gay marriages. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves asks whether this signals we are becoming a more liberal society or that we just don't care enough anymore. 1603
Perspective: The Turner exhibition gives a greater kick. 700
PM frisked at airport. 88
Post People: Hotel saves charity day. 142
pounds 12m blow to Brum council tax hopes. 319
Prince Charles 'fires up' Witley Court fountain. 296
Pupil really gets down to business for school funds. 484
Racing: Prince reminisces on return to Ludlow races. 249
Radstone looking to sell plant in Wales. 204
Raisin Monday celebrations. 108
Red Cross Christmas card ban 'is offensive'. 193
Redrow chosen for key Lichfield city redevelopment. 322
Rugby Union: Coventry recruit two more members. 97
Rugby World Cup 2003: Club 30: England's world champions show true Premiership colours and prove that team ethic transcends club boundaries. 126
Rugby World Cup 2003: COMMENT: England's world champions show true Premiership colours and prove that team ethic transcends club boundaries. 498
Rugby World Cup 2003: The triumphant return. 824
Rugby World Cup 2003: Victors and guardians of heritage. 1015
Rugby World Cup 2003: Wish you'd been here, great game, we behaved, locals came to love us; VIEWFROM DOWN UNDER James Morris-Adams pens the final entry in his occasional World Cup diary Sydney November 24. 511
Rural Matters: Country issues not grasped -bishop. 619
Rural Matters: Hunting for a common sense solution for all; Clare Rowson, West Midlands Director of the Countryside Alliance, outlines the Alliance's stance on hunting. 494
Rural Matters: Music may make the turkey grow tender. 202
Share Prices: That feelgood factor sweeps across pond; Market Report. 487
Show of unity over EU defence force. 472
Suspect named. 108
Task force in bid to get sprinklers into schools. 227
TB coming back. 153
Team from RBoS does hat-trick in month. 263
Tennis: Australians anxious to repair pride. 279
Tennis: McEnroe serious about British game. 325
The right track. 235
Theme for the day. 197
Thieving postman jailed. 251
Tickets not covering costs of all flights. 422
Time to take a seat with Touring Car stars. 390
Too much transport talk, says Minister. 534
Top banker switches career to developer. 413
TV's Kellie dies. 88
University 'elitism' attacked by Goldstein. 432
Veteran's death partly due to Gulf war service. 423
Water way to go. 85
Wife of MP in affair 'committed to husband'. 365
Worcestershire's council tax could break Blair cap. 354
Workspace on course for year of growth. 262

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