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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 2, 2003)

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A car that parks itself. 108
Addict back in jail for attack on pensioner. 196
Airgun shot prompts demands for a ban. 305
Allied Domecq lifts share price by 5pc; High spirits: Growth dispels Allied's February profit warning. 404
Anger over Royal Mail. 151
Archive. 204
ATHLETICS: Davies fires shot across bows as stars take flak for World debacle. 786
Avis rules out better times in short term. 417
Babysitter jailed over cruelty case. 218
Birmingham Post Comment: High time to make the case for transport. 517
Broadband Internet connections double in past year. 367
Busman's hello day: Hazlewoods work on AIM flotation. 108
Change of venue for NEC group's new finance director. 321
Charity Appeals: Cash cheers charities: Mitchells & Butlers shares out pounds 30,000. 91
Church cost fight may go to Hague. 228
Church is expecting counter reformation. 567
City council fights back after being graded 'weak'. 319
City View: Dechra gathers resources to keep out of doghouse. 528
Clampdown on henna tattooists following skin burns. 268
Clarke uses Web first to make new pledge on school budgets. 313
Competition: Win a holiday to the Alps. 270
CRICKET: Penney's heroics in vain as Bears pay price for their muddled tactics; NATIONAL LEAGUE Gloucestershire (246 for six) beat Warwickshire (244 for seven) by two runs. 746
CRICKET: Winning the only finale for Stewart. 1477
Culture: Teenage kicks inspire author; Director Max Stafford-Clark talks to Terry Grimley about two productions heading our way this autumn. 928
Directors ready to debate euro. 266
Dr Kelly said he felt 'let down and betrayed' Unmasked: Widow attacks naming of leak source despite MoD assurances. 447
e-business: AOL will be promoted in Dixons stores. 129
e-business: Broadband relaunch. 96
e-business: Google page ranking says consultancy is on target. 211
e-business: Nokia push into video and gaming. 595
e-business: Nortel expects booming market. 269
e-business: Number's up for advertisers pushing phone inquiry change. 513
e-business: One way or other we'll be digital. 335
e-business: Shop, recharge and play at Orange concept store. 515
e-business: Sobig will soon be forgotten and another virus will follow. 704
e-business: Tempus finds time to manage hospitals' health professionals. 444
Elderly woman dies in lorry crash. 149
Europe can cripple UK industry, says CBI. 435
FA has top security for Macedonia game. 254
Five years jail for head who stole pounds 500,000. 313
FOOTBALL: Albion to cash in on Roberts loan deal. 505
FOOTBALL: Allback targets City for return; MIDLAND ROUND-UP. 702
FOOTBALL: Aston Villa reserve. 193
FOOTBALL: Bailey ready to prove point; DR MARTENS PREMIER. 480
FOOTBALL: Loan wolf Kachloul re-united with leader of Wolves pack. 552
FOOTBALL: Makelele deal is last, say Chelsea; TRANSFERS NATIONAL VIEW. 657
FOOTBALL: Mullen backs Ball; FA CUP. 185
FOOTBALL: Savage: I'll give it all for Blues. 710
FOOTBALL: Willenhall heartened by returns; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 255
FOOTBALL: Willis makes case for style; THIRD DIVISION. 505
Four held for Bombay atrocity. 110
Fresh blow at park centre. 185
Fyshe swims out on own. 116
GKN wins share of Greek deal. 185
GOLF: Westwood credits Leadbetter for revival. 510
Grand Prix protester walks free. 123
Gridlock into next year. 536
HOCKEY: Olton & West Warwicks. 145
Hopes of rate cut dashed as debts rise. 414
Hospital takeover a gimmick -LibDems. 351
How the departments fared: The good and not so good performers. 844
Humans wreak havoc. 80
Incepta is picking up after the Iraq effect. 349
Inquiry into mystery of bomb-death bank raider. 548
International Power looks set to take Drax stake. 401
Iraq crisis: 'Father was reduced to a wreck'. 271
Iraq crisis: 'Saddam' denies bombing at Najaf. 221
Iraq crisis: Colonel cleared of ill-treating PoWs. 233
Iraq crisis: Dejected doctor's final hours. 733
Iraq crisis: Fiftieth body brought home. 250
Iraq crisis: Gentle man 'reduced to a wreck'. 271
Iraq crisis: Picture of quiet man driven to desperation. 564
IT company makes pace. 144
Jazz Diary: Future icon of jazz plays for free at Ikon. 498
Laing profits cut but PFI projects beckon. 564
Landing air deal is coup for ITnet. 545
Laura Ashley quits Europe. 123
Letter: Annan is reactive not pro-active. 85
Letter: Article was sensible and down to earth. 82
Letter: Brilliant way to deliver the post. 175
Letter: Coalition is failing in Iraq. 182
Letter: England need an inspirational coach. 232
Letter: Flouride shouldn't be forced upon us. 251
Letter: Inquiry is like US courtroom drama. 162
Letter: Low fares fly in the face of fair competition. 360
Letter: Straw did nothing to stop terrorism. 117
Manufacturing rises sharply. 508
Mark McGowan. 108
Market Report: Early gains stick to end of upbeat day. 478
Mercedes showroom regeneration. 195
Mother's relief after missing girl is found. 682
New Look offer from fashion founder. 290
No sex please, we're skittish: Magical movie moments without grappling. 325
NON LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Worcester City. 102
Numbers up near the bumper total as new vehicle sales served up on plate. 591
On This Day. 201
One in ten British children experience persistent poverty. 203
Open roof saves driver from tree. 166
Perspective: Holidays are over, so it's time for a rethink. 635
Perspective: No-frills flights of fancy; Birmingham has become a battleground for budget airlines. We see the benefits through cheap flights, but the question remains -how do they do it? Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves explains. 1053
Perspective: Southwest's simple rules for the budget airline. 384
Photo finish as artist waits for the big picture. 294
Police quiz Sharon's eldest son. 104
Post People: Lawyers jazz it up with feathers. 270
Post People: Spitting images drawn up for the Lord Mayor. 92
Psychosis, drugs and all that jazz. 246
Quick work by Speedy. 152
Racing: Doctrine's breeding can lead to success. 408
Racing: Jockeys mobilised. 669
Racing: Murtagh's fine result. 203
Road safety plea for start of term. 452
RUGBY UNION: England axe falls on eight; WORLD CUP. 282
RUGBY UNION: Hansen consoles 'unlucky' Wyatt. 478
RUGBY UNION: Pertemps Bees. 160
RUGBY UNION: RFU stay in black after HQ payback. 319
RUGBY UNION: WORCESTER: Sixways converts to stability; As the 2003-04 curtain-raisers approach, Michael Blair offers a daily assessment of the Midland clubs's prospects. 791
Shares are suspended in phone bid. 503
Sir Bill hits back at claims unions still 'fighting yesterday's battles'. 648
SNOOKER: Stephen Hendry. 112
SPEEDWAY: Wolverhampton. 177
Strike rate doubles in 12 months. 205
Students' benefactor attacks Blair policy. 637
Summer was fourth hottest. 107
Taylor Woodrow snaps up Connolly. 573
Teenager critically injured. 199
The coolest car on the road. 341
Theme for Today. 115
Transport: No cash to get car drivers on buses. 586
Transport: Purrfect retirement plans for station cat. 315
Transport: Survey reveals Midland employees are most likely to drive to work. 346
Tributes to star 'scarred by poverty'. 819
Weighing up benefits of healthy work-life balance; Lisa Kennedy, regional liaison manager at Barclays, analyses Work-Life Balance Week which runs until Friday. 545
Why Bullring has that West End feel. 429
Winning formula: Claims improvement is no accident. 264
Woman hid dead child. 81

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