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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 20, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
'Deep fears' over drug on children. 152
Adair's wife fails in council house claim. 244
All eyes on The Birmingham Gate that's really a giant wheel. 406
America's richest are getting even richer. 259
AMERICAN FOOTBALL: Eightsome reel at idea of habit-forming defeat. 244
Appointments: Just the Job: No reason to fear whistle-blowers in the workplace Metal formers' body welcomes new chief. 560
Appointments: Metal formers' body welcomes new chief. 515
Archive. 172
Archive: Moseley's own ministry of education; Water and the war both feature in the past of Moseley School, now celebrating its 80th birthday. 1050
ATHLETICS: Revitalised Radcliffe in running for hat-trick. 790
Athletics: Tough test for Holmes. 164
Bianca suing landlord. 95
Big losses after failed takeover. 299
Books: Bestsellers. 148
Books: Book lines. 539
Books: Crime writer makes readers better people; Tears Of The Giraffe, by Alexander McCall Smith (Abacus paperback, pounds 6.99). 771
Books: Sailing into the history books; Evolution's Captain, by Peter Nichols, (Profile, pounds 16.99). 746
Books: Trouble in toy town as Rankin whodunnit unravels; The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse by Robert Rankin. Victor Gollanz, pounds 9.99. 321
Britons are 'worst' boozers in Europe. 267
BskyB may launch free Channel 6. 256
Cadbury's chocolate sales melt in heatwave. 365
Call for new Deepcut inquiry. 702
Care workers admit girl exposed to risks. 590
Cashpoint clue to man's death. 228
CD Reviews: CBSO's Sibelius treatment is a masterpiece; Two new releases from the CBSO feature conductors directing the orchestra in music by their compatriots, both of them from the Baltic regions. 707
CD Reviews: Jazz CDs. 1301
CD Reviews: Mr Zappa makes six strings sing. 807
Champion water skier jailed for burglaries. 170
Chemical alert at hospital. 106
Cherie calls for more women judges. 361
Chris gets licence to thrill. 117
COMMENT: Case closed -now another child is dead. 671
Conservatives vow biggest and quickest road building. 322
Courtesy just isn't common enough; It isn't chivalry, it isn't chauvinistic, it is simple politeness. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves explains why he holds doors open for women . . . and men . . . and children . . . and small furry creatures. 575
Cricket: FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP: Lone Powell century in a vain cause; Kent beat Warwickshire by an innings and 70 runs. 668
Cricket: Hayward ready to bow out as Pears bask in success. 391
Cricket: Plenty of motivation as Bears aim to finish in style; NATIONAL LEAGUE PREVIEWS Kent v Warwickshire. 439
Cricket: Sussex sign off with celebratory victory. 426
Cricket: Worcestershire vindicated; Northamptonshire (8pts) beat Worcestershire (3pts) by 92 runs. 688
Cricket: World Cup growing once more. 179
Cruel dog killer loses his appeal. 118
Dixie Chicks in plane drama. 226
Driver, 78, on wrong way down dual carriageway. 201
Ecstasy dealer jailed over death of girl, 10. 728
Emotional tributes for Anna Lindh. 375
EQUESTRIANISM: Drinking in the atmosphere as Skelton returns to the action; James Nursey gets a taste of the ever-popular Horse of the Year show at the NEC. 969
Factory saved. 87
Families flee houses flooded by mains burst. 317
Farmer devastated by theft of partridges. 270
Father of missing teenage mum in appeal for her return; Please get in touch: Plea to daughter. 370
Fears for reputation amid lap dancing bid. 242
Fire is a disaster of epic proportions. 845
Food: Look on the bright 'cider' life. 372
Food: The French revolution goes back to basics; Simple food, simply prepared is the lesson chef John Burton Race has learned from his French neighbours. 1056
Football: Blues wary of backlash; LEEDS UNITED v BIRMINGHAM CITY Bruce wants an improved performance, writes James Nursey. 810
Football: Boldmere set to stick with youth policy. 205
Football: Chelsea boss in Molineux warning. 310
Football: Church are told to forget cup history. 174
Football: Classical review: Reunion strikes the right note; CBSO Symphony Hall. 322
Football: Cradley prepare to fire their new gun. 349
Football: Ex-Latic Antoine-Currier urged to take off with Harriers. 419
Football: FA VASE Hero Humphreys enjoying life on the flip side; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 834
Football: FA VASE: Leamington rise again to recapture old glories; Non-League correspondent Colin Stoner on the return of a famous name. 668
Football: Forssell finds future linked to fortunes of the Blues; Birmingham's new striker is something of a double-edged sword, writes James Nursey. 844
Football: Frustrated duo itching to make impact. 374
Football: Headline news is good for Wolves; Ged Scott believes the bottom club have cause for hope against the big-time, big-money visitors. 651
Football: Huge task for Rooney as Rovers search for striker. 478
Football: Keogh fights off complacency by changing team of winners. 494
Football: Light at end of Pitmen's tunnel as Powell senses improvement. 564
Football: McAllister out to exploit Pardew effect at Reading. 608
Football: Megson sounds up-tempo note. 630
Football: No worries over Muscat as Lee looks for victory. 549
Football: Old Master proves he can still Hackett; Footballers never lose their competitive instincts, discovers Colin Stoner. 503
Football: Pressure for points is starting to hit home with Barry. 598
Football: REMEMBER DENNIS MORTIMER? Villa legend's England regrets. 675
Football: Striker Rickards set for farewell; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 724
Football: THE SATURDAY INTERVIEW: The Vassell's taleof the tape; Darius Vassell tells Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad of his highs and lows for Aston Villa and England. 1593
Football: Vassell return boosts O'Leary; THE PREMIERSHIP: But remaining problems with his defence worry the Aston Villa manager, reports Hyder Jawad. 733
Football: VIEW FROM ELLAND ROAD: Roque is ready to roll in the universal language of football. 408
Football: VIEW FROM THE VALLEY: Curbishley still in mood for caution. 246
Football: Withe loses his job after Thailand's exit from Olympics. 517
French franchise: All Electric adds Citroen to its car brands. 229
Galleon in eBusiness accolade. 331
Gardening: DIY Diary. 536
Gardening: Garden Chores. 150
Gardening: Garden Diary. 151
Gardening: Get to know the roots of your plants; Tracing the family trees of your plants can help you decide where in the garden they should grow. Hannah Stephenson explains why. 660
Gardening: Plant of the week: Nerine bowdenii. 173
GOLF: LINDE GERMAN MASTERS Poulter's in with a shout of success. 719
Golf: Pennsylvania Classic. 101
Handel gets X rating. 80
Health: Conditioned to banish the body's bad habits; Former ballerina Jennifer Mills tells Caroline Foulkes about her technique to help dancers avoid injury and improve their performance by balancing their bodies. 838
Health: It's wake up time for the weary and run down; Tiredness is one of the most common symptoms presented to GPs. But by tweaking your diet and lifestyle you can avoid the doctor's waiting room. 1062
HOCKEY: Harborne shrug off exodus to plan glory year. 351
House of Fraser's hard work now paying off. 325
Hurricane Isabel blamed for nine deaths. 351
Hurricane Isabel is blamed for 17 deaths. 339
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze hoping to race ahead. 356
IDS in attack over double standards. 206
Investors fly in for M6 Toll. 546
Iraq bank notes boost De La Rue. 216
Johnson to roll out greener cleaning. 336
Kongsberg buys Ctex. 139
Labour narrowly defeats BNP challenge in Stoke by-election. 268
Last respects: Tributes for mine clearance expert killed in Iraq. 309
Letter: Coun Dawkins shouldn't have stood. 122
Letter: Hospital meeting was a sham. 220
Letter: Poem of a brighter future for city. 469
Letter: We deserve to know where donations go. 208
Lib Dems targeting Brum after victory in Brent East. 578
Liberals hopeful of Brent East repeat. 299
Made in the Midlands; Economics Editor Nevill Boyd Maunsell meets Derek Hathaway, Midland industrial boy wonder turned American tycoon. 1584
Money lender unveils a first-half recovery. 548
Monti cancels trip to focus on plight of Alstom. 362
Motor Racing: Villeneuve 'no' to shoot-out. 156
MOTORSPORT: TOURING CARS Muller's driving ambition. 340
Mum warned of killing son. 871
My Music: Ken Chapman. 200
Net closing in on meat scam boss. 180
Norman Hay back in black. 165
Now the good news for fatties as UK 'anti-fat' drug weighs in. 306
Oil and financial stocks see index end week on a sour note. 496
On This Day. 202
Operators heartened by trains punctuality. 465
Outback singer Slim Dusty dies, aged 76. 99
Paper cleared over Beckham story cash. 337
Pastimes: Bridge. 301
Pastimes: Chess. 286
Personal Finance: 10pc drop in medical cover. 514
Personal Finance: Fewer people are shopping around for their pensions. 381
Personal Finance: High earners run lives from the office. 361
Personal Finance: Prudent students' reward in the financial planning. 831
Personal Finance: Retirement incomes fall by an average 37.8pc a month. 354
Personal Finance: Stocks and shares are this year's choice; As the dollar and the US economy bounce back, Stephen Jones explores the options for equity investors. 568
Personal Finance: Teachers targeted for education programme. 274
Personal Finance: Timing and pot luck are as good as deal switching. 444
Personal Finance: Van drivers a safer bet. 146
Perspective: The man wanting open hearts as well as wallets; We are a nation of givers, but we've yet to fully embrace the concept of philanthropy. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves meets a straight-talking Aussie, determined to change the way we think. 1551
Pop singer's lying claim in manager case. 171
Post Competition: Win a case of fine wine. 513
Pressure blamed as Barrymore quits show. 411
Private care home owners backing new residents ban protest. 399
Property: Glories of the old vicarage; Helen Macklin discovers a classic former vicarage set in enchanting gardens with glorious views. 651
Racing: Ayrshire rain concern. 550
Racing: Byron takes Grand Reward. 656
Racing: Dettori just misses out on five-timer. 288
RACING: FIT TO WIN; In the first of an occasional series, Stourbridge driver Matt Neal answers questions about the training regime that keeps him in shape for the punishment of the racetrack. 653
Racing: Racing coming to final fence; Racing's 'bible' makes for grim but absorbing reading, writes Bob Downing. 484
Racing: Scallan is first to be hung up. 390
Racing: Wolverhampton overcomes boycott threat. 344
Rambling: Yarn from a wool town. 924
Road hump danger. 166
RUGBY UNION: Bees sticking with Woodrow. 528
Rugby Union: Blackett blasts leakers in RFU's inner circles. 524
RUGBY UNION: Clubs suffer in invisible world of the non-elite; The Midlands has become a wilderness, argues Michael Blair. 705
Rugby Union: Image clouded as players fly off. 160
RUGBY UNION: ZURICH PREMIERSHIP Connolly calls on new-look Bath to set agenda. 697
Search for runaway shifts to Continent. 246
Security guard found dead at end of shift. 289
Security guard found dead at end of shift. 179
Shock over police chief's gangs boast. 564
Speed humps facing axe after ambulance delays. 570
Statue court case delayed. 107
Tax advice to help keep you up to date; Experts from TaxAssist Direct offer advice on dealing with the Inland Revenue. 723
Technology company is sold off to Insensys; New venture: Indigo Photonics acquired by optical fibre firm. 231
Tennis: Britain wilt in heat. 645
Tennis: Impressive Federer destroys the Scud. 460
The Iron Angle: Liberal war plan revealed, but who's the snitch?; Local government under scrutiny with a slant. 621
The mother of invention Weekend; It is a truism that Birmingham was founded upon ideas. From lawn tennis to coinage, the ingenuity of Birmingham people has changed the world. Next month Birmingham Book Festival, in conjunction with Citigate Communications, will be looking for Birmingham's most inspirational idea. Here, Jo Ind outlines ten of the best. 2948
The Saturday Interview: In the market for faith, hope and charity. 2340
The week in pictures. 121
Theme for Today. 188
Travel: Could ban see Irish tourism go up in smoke?; It had been one of Ireland's greatest selling points as it developed into a tourist magnet. But the traditional Irish pub is under threat from a government-inspired health drive, as Stephen Cunningham discovers. 653
Travel: Dinner dance revives an age of opulence; The Lanesborough Hotel is a true landmark in a city crammed full of them. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves feels completely at home in an exclusive corner of London. 713
Travel: Following the Rockie mountain railroad; Modelled on a Scottish castle, Banff Springs nestles at the foot of the Canadian Rockies. Jess Hybert finds this stunning hotel more than deserves the superlatives showered upon it. 1071
Travel: Now Boarding; Package prices per person sharing double room, unless indicated. 1026
Travel: Passport to travel: Agents await scrum for rugby world cup air fares. 670
Why a chair is a sign of style. 1187
Why equity release is a family affair. 223
Widow of police drama star faces wait over legal claim. 181
Would the real Digby Jones please stand up. 749
You're fired, McCartney tells aide. 252

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