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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 9, 2003)

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A stitch in time. . .; How do you stop children becoming involved in crime? Richard McComb explores a new programme that aims to keep youngsters on the right side of the law. 1466
Ale-quaffing Hilda in line for top gran title. 189
Amersham approach. 170
Archive. 184
Arena vision: Laing focusing on Coventry. 365
Arnie plans to terminate state debt and stagnation. 623
ATHLETICS: Banned athletes could be 'victims'. 255
ATHLETICS: Dick votes Lewis gold. 505
Beard in call for Bank of England to resist rate rise. 445
Beatles tribute to George. 100
Best friend of murdered bride-to-be sobs recounting sight of killer. 367
Bishop's lung op a success. 178
Blues-Villa derby to be on screen for fans. 210
Boyfriend of murder victim 'on ferry'. 318
British professor wins Nobel Prize. 237
Brum will be truly 21st Century city. 524
CBI chief warns Tories over the business vote. 471
Charity quiz will help fund cancer nurses. 258
Chief in call to 'stay ahead of the game'. 281
City View: Resisting the significance of chart floors and ceilings. 534
Clothing chain sale is good fit. 435
Conservative Party Conference: Debts 'should be waived for nations hit by Aids'. 215
Conservative Party Conference: Howard in pledge on tax cuts and services. 365
Conservative Party Conference: IDS will warn his critics against helping Blair win. 630
Conservative Party Conference: MPs seek petition over referendum. 345
Conservative Party Conference: pounds 11bn booster for pensions. 238
Conservative Party Conference: Pressure is building for Tories to pick Brum. 391
CRICKET: England negotiate change in their itinerary. 243
CRICKET: England taking centre stage for new tests ahead. 836
CRICKET: Henry Olonga. 103
Culture: Fry's the bright young director; Stephen Fry talks to Mike Davies about the challenge of bringing Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies to the screen. 808
Culture: Hubba hubba: What the professionals think. 614
Culture: The new heart of music; Terry Grimley reports on plans to build Birmingham's version of Abbey Road. 1497
E-booking pilot set for rest of country. 475
Early blow for culture inquiry. 446
Ernst & Young in effort to 're-focus'. 213
Escaped goldfish threatening Britain's only native carp. 230
Ethnic police boycott. 84
Expansion not all Talktalk for Carphone; Warehouse warriors: Switch from mobiles prompts push into broader telecoms operation. 384
Football: Bennett eager to seize derby-day chance with both hands. 646
Football: COMMENT: Common sense prevails after added shame is heaped on game. 467
Football: MIDLAND ROUND-UP England must face Turkish cauldron, warns Kearns. 631
Football: New recruits could ignite Harriers' season. 290
Football: NON-LEAGUE Kidsgrove court record-breaker Tucker. 487
Football: Pitfalls waiting for players; A quartet of respected former Midland players are not at all surprised that the game is being tarnished, says James Nursey. 1245
Football: Players drop strike plan. 713
Football: Sales down for England's opening World Cup game against Georgia. 102
Formula for success: Damon Hill acquires Audi franchise. 260
FORMULA ONE: Raikkonen focused as Schu rules out quitting with record title. 529
FORMULA ONE: Raikkonen focused as Schu rules out quitting with record title. 254
Four dead after crash. 81
France is rapped over budget deficit. 153
Galleon now has total control of key series. 255
Get Moving: Selfish drivers will be seeing red over total ban on A34 parking. 421
Golf: High road to take breath away. 1130
GOLF: Veteran Lyle in danger of losing his playing rights. 572
Guerrillas offering hope for hostages. 194
Historic theatre's future now in doubt. 348
History under hammer: Massey Ferguson auction. 196
HOCKEY: GB pick up brave draw. 161
Housing department 'like a Carry On'. 457
How & More means less cards for M&S. 158
How local service is at the heart of patient care; Primary care services in Birmingham were unceremoniously ranked among the worst in the UK in the independent NHS star ratings earlier this year. But one primary care trust has won praise for a pioneering new service to detect heart failure patients early, taking pressure off local hospitals. 328
Iceland's turnaround sees Big Food soaring. 511
IMI buys point-of-sale specialist Artform. 279
Incepta says recession is still biting. 205
Innocent passenger victim of gunman after high-speed car chase. 284
Jailed 'vampire' killer drank victim's blood. 714
JJB ready to sell off discount stores. 569
Jonathan Lee still growing 25 years on. 432
Key targets for GCSE exams were missed. 453
King James table goes for pounds 4,000. 157
Laureate has the licence to be poetic; Today is National Poetry Day and Birmingham is celebrating by announcing a new poet laureate. Roz Goddard tells Jo Ind what it's like to be the city's official muse. 943
Leaders confident of upturn. 592
Leeds star Jodie Morris quizzed on sex assault. 241
Letter: And the winner for best actor is . . . 213
Letter: Defending faith should be a right. 94
Letter: Education is failing our art needs. 218
Letter: Lancashire moves across the Channel. 120
Letter: Listen to what you're missing. 106
Letter: Parents: you aren't above the law. 453
Letter: Religions need to stick to beliefs. 292
Letter: Towers do not make for an attractive workplace. 308
Mad Frankie lifts lid on Brum crime scene. 295
Mailbox scores a big triumph. 121
Man bailed over claims of gang rape. 346
Man denies claims of gang rape. 229
Man Utd takeover talk hits fever pitch. 229
Manufacturing: Bank of Scotland funds takeover; Sole owner: MD takes off his jacket to take on a buy-out and tough competition. 405
Manufacturing: BMW's environmental efforts recognised with award. 349
Manufacturing: Defence against lorry crime. 474
Manufacturing: Industry image big barrier to entrants. 299
Manufacturing: Learning from the best. 122
Manufacturing: Suppliers to get quality advice. 252
Manufacturing: Training for unionists. 140
Market Report: Profit takers move in after gloom in US. 541
Mercy driver hopeful. 240
MG Rover and Land Rover sales rev up. 501
Midlanders would stay quiet about Lotto win. 235
Mothercare takes a big step on road to recovery. 334
Murderer still free after his jail sentence. 595
New rules for Stock Exchange listings. 330
New service by star-chasers; Primary care services in Birmingham were unceremoniously ranked among the worst in the UK in the independent NHS star ratings earlier this year. But one primary care trust has won praise for a pioneering new service to detect heart failure patients early, taking pressure off local hospitals. 601
New tenant oils wheels of Great Western Arcade's revitalisation. 404
On This Day. 251
Opposition to tower blocks at Paradise Circus. 424
Pc's memorial vandalised. 408
Perspective: Maybe we could develop a sense of proportion. 717
Post Office to offer financial services. 297
Post People: Cutting the mustard. 151
Postal workers to stage fresh strike. 97
pounds 200,000 for bowel cancer awareness. 152
Prelate backing church 'carbuncle'. 309
Presidency would give a pounds 100,000 payout. 148
Prison chiefs under fire as inmates riot. 172
Pupils stage walkout over uniform plans. 575
Racing: Calcutta is on a roll. 167
Racing: McCoy toasts new start. 703
Religious visions: Clergymen put their artistic talents on show in Worcester Cathedral. 144
Review: Black is most definitely 'in' this season. 264
Review: Percussion at full belt and the audience is Stomped. 286
Review: Spiritual ecstasy from charismatic Bauls. 280
Review: Wonderful foray into neglected realms. 252
Rich pickings. 143
Rugby clubs' drug offensive. 152
Rugby Union: All Blacks' strongest face Italy. 210
Rugby Union: Convert from league Rogers attains dream. 331
Rugby Union: England wait on 'resting' Dawson. 366
RUGBY UNION: Stourbridge tested in art of possible beside just another yo-yo club. 420
Rugby Union: Tri-nations screen deal delays Pumas. 287
RUGBY UNION: WORLD CUP 2003: Springboks stunned by new 'racist' claim. 576
SCi ahead of the game. 248
Seeking the best in the Midland business scene. 608
Shepherd Neame pub closures warning. 446
Six clubs planned as part of growth exercise; LA lore: Group fit to expand, says upbeat Turok. 453
SNOOKER: Holt seals shock spot in last 16. 290
Soccer regains priority over footballers' lives. 369
SPEEDWAY: Wolverhampton. 215
Stolen car death charge. 149
Stroke row woman, 91, 'getting worse'. 130
Tea budget stopped. 94
TENNIS: Henman progresses. 151
Theme for Today. 139
They Said. 86
TV Choice. 216
We need a wide debate on culture bid. 365
We're staying here, insists S&F. 450
Wealthy people watch the pennies. 257
Weaver calls for action on managers. 190
WI championing the fight to maintain assay offices. 320
Woman survives as crash driver dies. 231
Woolworths fined for breaking TV laws. 85
Younger generation threatened by Aids. 154

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