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

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A matter of honour for general not to tell. 235
A wife less ordinary; You've watched the programme, scoffed at the plots, now read the book -and find out how to become a Footballer's Wife. You won't even have to understand the offside rule, says Caroline Foulkes. 894
Adams betrayed us -Republican chief. 222
Arafat needs gallstones op but health is 'fine'. 215
Baby boy is stabbed to death. 257
Bartering makes a comeback in region with on-line trading system. 361
BEAUTY STYLE: In search of better weather; On November 2 this year the Holden family (mum Nicola, dad Paul and two children aged eight and ten) will board a plane to Capetown and not return to their Edgbaston home until April 1, 2004. In a fortnightly column for Post Style, Nicola Holden offers an explanation why... 992
BEAUTY STYLE: Take the healthy option. 797
Blair: A glitch that can be overcome. 242
Blow to plan for Rugby airport. 595
Blunkett blames BBC over racism film. 324
Bore will challenge leaders to ensure prosperity reaches suburbs. 237
Brain specialist to be rewarded for work with Tourette's sufferers. 294
Bridgepoint gets healthy return from Artform. 218
Bye bye birdee. 969
Cardinal's joy at appointment. 410
Cherished memories; Hand-made toys and passed down presents can provoke some of our fondest childhood memories, Gabrielle Fagan looks at a book devoted to more carefree times. 1090
Child porn surfers are profiled. 240
Co-op makes stand against GM crops. 225
Collusion inquiry expands. 202
CRICKET: Harmison's guiding lights. 854
CRICKET: Pakistanis in historic home win. 267
Culture Reviews: Audience C a major triumph. 263
Culture Reviews: Life provides gripping theatre; The School of Night The Other Place, Stratford-Upon-Avon. 318
Culture Reviews: Polished performance of Mozart; The Polish Chamber Orchestra Symphony Hall. 250
Culture, Television & Radio: Old traditions with new style; The illustrious Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra renews its long friendship with Birmingham at Symphony Hall on Friday. Music director Herbert Blomstedt talks to Terry Grimley. 795
Culture: History of black music entertaining; Peter Bacon's Jazz Diary. 859
Culture: Jazz singer who doesn't want to fit in; Young jazz chanteuse Amy Winehouse has already been compared to Billie Holiday, but is signed up with pop impresario Simon Fuller, finds Charlie Melvin. 881
Culture: Jungle comes alive with mesmeric chanting; The Aka Pygmies bring their individual sound of Africa to the Barber Institute, says Christopher Morley. 339
Culture: New musical is a bus-tling tribute to the Inner Circle; John Slim takes us behind the scenes in the world of amateur theatre. 942
Drugs gang men jailed. 253
Education Walsall to pay targets penalty. 240
Empty GP positions being cut as incentives help recruiting. 360
Energy deals threaten jobs. 641
Exel wins MoD freight contract worth pounds 42m. 230
Expert advice at seminar. 100
FOOTBALL: Alpay gets back to work but still stands in Villa Park shadows. 526
FOOTBALL: England ready for physical Samoans. 403
FOOTBALL: Ferguson set to take battle to Rangers. 561
FOOTBALL: Hero Parrish provides Harriers with perfect beginning; Northampton Town 0 Kidderminster Harriers 1. 549
FOOTBALL: Knee pain means new delay before Lescott's return. 564
FOOTBALL: Megson turns his wrath on impotent strike force; West Bromwich Albion 0 Wimbledon 1. 862
FOOTBALL: Molby sets confidence as priority. 341
FOOTBALL: Robins hit right note; Cheltenham Town 2 Darlington 1. 199
FOOTBALL: Saddlers blow away gloom; Reading 0 Walsall 1. 652
FOOTBALL: Staunton strike earns Sky Blues deserved point; Watford 1 Coventry City 1. 878
FOOTBALL: Villa's tactics delight Gold. 683
Ford looks to new chief to restore continental strength. 316
Fraud fears over postal polls. 510
Great start: WH Ireland marks successful first year in Birmingham. 257
Guy toasting success now hard work is paying off. 587
Hairspray attacker heroin addict jailed. 246
Half of women are shouting about stress. 342
Homeworkers warned to get insured. 292
Hospital left in cold by freak explosion. 265
How pension 'black holes' may be filled. 650
Humble teacake costs Marks & Spencer pounds 3 million as store loses VAT battle. 360
Initiative: Kit and connections help joiners. 247
Inquiry into Deepcut investigating officers. 117
International Power chief quits after report of profit falls. 546
Investors demand Barclays explanation. 304
IRA arms doubts block hopes of Irish peace deal. 750
Iran vow on nuclear energy programme. 379
Jailed pair win fight to clear names. 479
Jordan assault complaint dropped. 216
Laidlaw Solutions is sold for pounds 7 million in MBO. 440
Laser cuts a deal to buy Saxon's Kamasa brand. 200
Leading Article: Celebrate success. 139
Leading Article: No haste for post. 151
Leading Article: Victory in the midst of misery? 372
Letter: GM crops must be banned now. 215
Letter: Latecomers spoiled Bocelli concert. 207
Letter: MEP should look to his own Government. 205
Letter: No evidence that euro is damaging. 288
Lib Dems 'are asking too many questions'. 266
Mandela Aids support. 84
MEPs blast building buy 'farce'. 302
MG Rover eyes China deal. 705
Minister 'understands' pension anger. 339
Mum's plea after son is found dead. 206
Murder detectives' numbers crossed. 208
Mystery of kidnap calls. 136
New clash as Lords vote to lift hunting ban. 327
Nine held as massive cigarette smuggling ring is smashed. 382
Optimists fighting back in survey of top industrialists. 458
Pamela: Hepatitis will kill me within decade. 146
Perspective: Food fad that began with 'Enry the ate. 624
Perspective: Getting to the heart of a very common matter; Tony Blair is in very good company. Every year thousands suffer from the same sort of heart complaint as the Prime Minister, as Shereen Low explains. 699
Perspective: Hysterics conspire to produce theories; The death of Diana, Princess of Wales, is still a vivid memory for many. It is also top notch material for conspiracy theorists. But why can't we let such things lie, asks Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves. 1174
Police forces among the best performers. 548
pounds 165,000 to finance fire prevention. 249
pounds 1m boost: Food laboratories buyout team raises turnover and expands. 266
pounds 340,000 of cocaine in bag. 131
Powergen takeover move gets support. 594
Prescott heaps praise on Brum. 430
Prosecutors find no proof of race bias in their ranks. 471
RACING: Consistent Bonne De Fleur given ground for success. 427
RACING: Holland goes flat out for rematch. 424
Racism exposed among police recruits. 321
Raiders strike again. 85
Research spells out schools' problems. 451
Row over sixth-form payouts. 193
RUGBY WORLD CUP 2003: Cup chiefs rile Pumas; Argentina v Romania. 181
RUGBY WORLD CUP 2003: Italy ready to challenge Wales; Italy 19 Canada 14. 290
School flushed with twin success. 364
Shareholder power wins as Green is axed by Granada. 399
Shock at sudden death of MP's wife. 270
Silcott vows to prove innocence of murder. 213
Sir Elton in pounds 31 million Las Vegas concerts deal. 169
Small firms carry a big burden of red tape. 331
TABLE TALK: A Med world; Alison Davidson mixes things up a little with a visit to Chez Amis. 965
Teens burned in model car accident. 534
That's my boy: Chancellor takes home little John. 171
The world's oldest man dies at 122 in Cambodia. 318
Tribute to murdered UK teachers. 487
Two-year plan for 'affordable and decent' homes in West Midlands. 366
UK teachers murdered by terrorists. 512
Union staff set to strike. 130
US struggles cause a sharp drop for DaimlerChrysler. 321
Waterway awards: Scheme to recognise leisure achievements. 172
Watson to lead Benson into the north. 282
Well seated: Pel awards distribution rights to Cheltenham firm. 232
were unlawful killings Legionnaires' deaths. 173
West Midlands police are top performers. 192
Wow-ing the world: Prescott singles out Selfridges. 132

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