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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 19, 2003)

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'Dogging' sites are used for sex disease warnings. 323
269 pets in three-bedroomed house. 324
4,000 jobs hope with Hub plan. 621
Alvis to focus on supply projects. 497
Archive. 152
Archive: Birthdays. 179
Archive: On This Day. 244
Argos looks for 21,000 festive staff. 217
Aston Martin set for further strikes. 211
Asylum 'belt' claims denied. 125
Barteak starts work on Castle Court. 397
BBC funding review. 91
Birmingham's housing shame; A blistering critique of Birmingham's council house repairs and maintenance service could hardly have come at a more difficult time for the city's Labour leadership, reports Paul Dale. 1013
Borrowers warned of interest rates rise. 490
Building success: CALA to finance Damar project. 173
Burton aim to take Bulls by the horns. 252
Celebrations as Section 28 goes into history. 380
Chrysalis radio claims best result in industry. 267
Ciro Citterio menswear store finds buyer. 255
City View: Recent shocks come from Government's wilting finances. 534
Consumers turn up heat in retail sales recovery. 328
Council bill for woman who died last year. 334
Councillor 'has scandal evidence'. 156
Cricket: Hot Trott shows the way as Bears stumble; Warwickshire trail Kent by 294 runs with seven first-innings wickets in hand. 650
Criminal or civil liberty?; There are now two million names on the national DNA database. Should we be happy or horrified, asks Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves. 1432
Culture: A good job of paying homage; Mike Davies reviews this week's new cinema releases. 1624
Culture: Angel Charlize is Charlie's angel; Charlize Theron and Mark Wahlberg, tell Alison Jones why there was no need to blow any doors off. 1132
Culture: Blooming success in BSC's garden; Terry Grimley catches up with the latest plans from Birmingham Stage Company, including a new David Wood adaptation of a children's classic. 1000
Culture: Masters of spin-off add to vibrant scene; Members of the CBSO make the most of their talents by moonlighting for other ensembles in their spare time, writes Christopher Morley. 581
Culture: Post People. 237
Culture: Silent shocker given full organ treatment; Terry Grimley previews a rare screening of a pioneering classic of horror. 465
Culture: TV Choice. 173
Defence Secretary 'at strategy meeting'. 333
Dr Kelly 'responsible' for media exposure. 289
Dress to impress: Model assignment for EastEnders star. 219
Entrepreneur acquires car parts distributor. 156
EQUESTRIANISM: British Riders - satisfactory start. 125
Evictions behind homeless increase. 408
Football: FA make matchday appeal. 146
Football: Halliday City debut put on hold by knee damage; Dr MARTENS LEAGUE. 455
Football: Harriers' revival has to come from within; THIRD DIVISION. 517
Football: O'Leary cheered by return of Barry. 475
Football: Ward in from the cold at Carlisle; The former Wolves assistant is just happy to get his boots on, reports Ged Scott. 716
For What it's Worth: Badgers Wood. 257
For What it's Worth: Court Barn. 261
For What it's Worth: Hidcote Vale; Down to the woods, down to the Cotswolds, down to the sea - or into landlocked Worcestershire. This week's Midland buyer with up to pounds 700,000 or so can take his pick of some prime property. And all, bar the barn, are younger than they look, discovers Marsya Lennox. 256
For What it's Worth: Ravenscroft. 260
Forssell joy is a risk for Blues. 723
French warn of 'industrial Waterloo'. 745
Fujitsu's IT contract revised up to pounds 929m. 137
Funding plea for NHS live donor transplants. 460
Gangland victim spent last day choosing school uniform. 374
Gardeners cleared of kidnapping youngsters. 513
Gilligan denies notes claims. 532
Golf: Frizzante has golden touch. 309
Golf: Jacobson a birdie from history. 803
Goodwin's 335 takes Sussex to new heights. 188
Grade II haven in the country. 813
Guts, sweat and Gore help club to survive and prosper. 647
Hain rejects Blix dossier interview. 304
Hammonds' problems come under spotlight. 263
Heatwave melts Tiger Tiger owner's forecasts by pounds 1m. 437
Henman and Rusedski seek a starring role in Casablanca thriller. 472
Heritage lights help FW Thorpe triple profit. 333
Higher teacher salaries straining staffing costs. 394
Hot summer weather fails to take the shine off Next's first half profits. 438
House of Fraser snippet shows narrower loss. 251
I provided a service, says escort girl businesswoman. 466
IMF slashes growth forecast. 694
Indoor ski slope may be pounds 30m missing piece for Star City site. 417
Jobless over 50s forced on to work projects. 361
John Lewis takes to TV for its first campaign. 429
Last hereditary peers will go. 617
Law ends trauma of Law ends trauma of 'fatherless' children. 354
Legal and Finance: Call for help: Project gives free advice on employment issues. 321
Legal and Finance: Expanding Lodders appoints partner. 303
Legal and Finance: Flood of claims expected after ruling. 282
Legal and Finance: Issues arrive when staff are pregnant. 553
Legal and Finance: Landlords warned not to try ripping-off student tenants. 311
Legal and Finance: My Music. 226
Legal and Finance: Project Gourmet hungry to check staff tipping policies. 278
Legal and Finance: Rehabilitation is best way to beat drug crime. 361
Legal and Finance: Research tax proposals to be welcomed. 153
Legal and Finance: Runaway debt train starting to lose steam. 460
Legal and Finance: Specialist comes to Wragge. 160
Legal and Finance: VAT amnesty runs out for rogue firms. 197
Legal and Finance: Warning over cohabiting rights. 299
Legal and Finance: Windfarms 'are future'. 158
Letter: 'Bumpkins' don't get buses or broadband. 122
Letter: Is PM ignoring us for Europe? 201
Letter: No need for quotas and special rights. 258
Letter: Stop being snobs and look at stats. 132
Letter: The 'truth' is not always such a simple issue. 624
Letter: We need more skilled plumbers. 193
Letter: Why are voters ignored? 261
Lighting up the night: Annual festival set to illuminate Walsall Arboretum. 120
Lord Archer refuses to talk about being plain Mr. 376
Lottery cash hope to revive bike museum. 552
Man gets ten years for double shooting. 356
Man jailed for brutal attack on Avon lady. 157
Man jailed over street shooting. 136
Man tries to cling on to stolen car. 198
Market Report: New York boost to subdued session. 556
Megson's call to go back to basics. 701
Model ad pervert assaulted his victims. 322
Morrison result makes it front runner for Safeway. 558
Motoring: Baby -just look at you go. 1037
Motoring: Club's day out for exclusive car fan. 304
Motoring: Refined Legacy goes to the top of Subaru's class. 612
MP wants illegal IVF certificates amnesty. 600
National Savings defies prediction with pounds 784m boost. 328
No one is safe from axe, warns Lee. 515
Paula Radcliffe. 122
Pay outrage: New York Stock Exchange chief bows to pressure. 105
Perspective: Chance to see school open days from the other side; It is a Tour de Brum with a difference. Sarah Evans offers some advice for parents about to embark on the hectic round of the school open days. 875
Perspective: Kennedy's army marches on its optimism. 591
PGA Wee Wonders Championship. 119
Philosophy on wheels: Student shows off the meaning of concept. 86
Phones 4u boss bans staff from using e-mail. 253
Police 'gang' in long haul to fight gangland culture. 578
Poor, gifted pupils slip through learning net. 423
Pop singer is shocked by gunshots fired at her home. 211
pounds 28,800 paid for. 112
Professor appointed to Transnet board. 269
Public role in BBC funding review. 440
Receivers complete steel sale. 188
Researchers say Bush is king of propaganda. 273
Residential Property: Apartments with outdoor extras. 571
Residential Property: Bitten by the improvement bug. 1090
Residential property: Classic lines of The Old Chapel. 357
Residential Property: Flexible living is another storey. 1716
Residential Property: Former school is a Victorian delight. 666
Residential Property: Fresh ideas to inspire the buyers. 283
Residential property: Proof that quality speaks for itself. 321
Residential Property: Showhome opens at Tutnall Grange. 243
Residential Property: Take it easy at The Ruffs. 281
Residential Property: Treasures of Moreton-in-Marsh. 906
Rugby union: Hero Hayes forced to take a back seat. 582
Rugby union: Moseley look to friendly rivals as Sigley returns. 565
Rugby Union: Pacific players' cup dreams 'dashed by British clubs'. 601
Ruthless Worcestershire declared champions; Northamptonshire lead Worcestershire by 403 runs with one second-innings wicket standing. 809
Ryanair fails to get French route stay. 236
Schoolgirls praised for helping save crash man. 300
Schools 'facing pounds 1bn black hole in budgets'. 511
Scientists find protein disease link. 165
Scottish police rule out reported sighting of teenage runaways. 383
Showcase of vacancies. 126
Sky Blues set to give Morrell his chance. 378
State handouts and defiance of EU rules forced the commission's hand. 680
Station claims eight US troops killed in ambush. 233
Support act: Bridgepoint supports pounds 40m de-listing of Safestore. 340
Swift inquiry call over death. 559
Tax change 'could wreck UK film industry'. 421
Telford Hornets. 148
Tentative recovery has already fizzled out. 257
The Birmingham Post Comment: Archer misses again. 212
The Birmingham Post Comment: This tax will hurt our film industry. 283
Theme for Today. 183
Torso find prompts backpacker speculation. 314
Trillion dollar fraud detected by spelling. 620
Unique training suite opened. 181
US college siege gunman is shot dead by police. 304
Violence campaign. 93
VW's pounds 63m fine upheld over sales practices. 343
Warning on EU constitution plan. 645
Wembley chief resigns. 126
West Ham. 107
WH Smith pulls out of the US. 206
Will we see recovery on TV? 813

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