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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 7, 2004)

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Airport drug man is jailed. 100
Anniversaries. 271
Anthrax doctor in home raid. 216
Antiques/collecting: Collecting diary. 191
Antiques/collecting: Pioneering fellows of the RSA; Harry Hawkes reports on two and a half centuries of work by the extremely keen, energetic and intelligent membership of the RSA and the vast influence it has had on lives of so many people at home and overseas. 968
Appointments: Just the Job - Tribunals rise but firms are found wanting. 515
Appointments: Three join CV One's marketing division. 468
Archive. 184
Arrogant and dangerous or pioneering life-safer? Background. 592
Aston Martin expands in Asia and USA. 315
ATHLETICS: WELTKLASSE MEETING: Holmes thought still turning on double troubles. 831
Band appeal for missing backpacker. 571
Becks replaces Princess Diana in the nation's hearts. 433
Blunkett reassures on terror cell fears. 616
Books: Beefcake 'outed' by tragic twist of fate; Rock Hudson by David Bret, Robson Books pounds 16.95,. 1455
Books: Bestsellers. 167
Books: Carol Shields: The Collected Stories, by Carol Shields, Fourth Estate, pounds 18.99. 286
Books: Children's books - Get reacquainted with Cautionary Verses; Jayne Howarth recommends the latest in children's literature. 420
Books: Gaza Blues by Etgar Keret and Samir El-Youssef, David Paul, pounds 8.99. 296
Books: The very blood and guts of warfare; Storm of Steel, by Ernst Junger, Penguin, pounds 7.99. 407
Books: Zippy, entertaining and touching; Double Wedding by Patricia Scanlan, Bantam Press, pounds 12.99. 284
Boots buys Frost chain. 120
Brum's gems competing for nation's vote. 418
Cadbury is 'scapegoat for obesity problems'. 335
Campaign delight after baths get listing upgrade. 561
Card customers left waiting for postman. 199
Catholic priest admits child porn charges. 316
CD Reviews Classical CDs: Rewarding trip to heart of Barber's genius. 316
CD Reviews: Classical CDs. 289
Chambers warn overkill on rates will stunt growth. 584
Confidence in shares improving. 200
Corpse displays 'educational not sideshow,' says organiser. 358
Cricket: Batty's best but Pears beaten; FRIZZELLCOUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP Surrey defeated Worcestershire by 68 runs. 628
Cricket: Flintoff takes centre stage for big day out; TWENTY20 FINALS. 692
Cricket: Haynes absent as Barnt Green chase win to ensure Lord's date; BANKS'S BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE. 537
Cricket: Leatherdale's innings is continuing; TOTESPORT LEAGUE. 426
Cricket: McGrath misfit as Worcestershire trio win call. 546
Cricket: Shortened game shows up jaded 45-over league; This entertaining form of game is, significantly, proving popular among those playing it, says George Dobell. 824
Cricket: Spearman ices day with hundred and thousand; COUNTY REVIEW. 365
Cricket: Worcestershire trio in England one-day squad. 666
Danby delight as lonely survivor. 548
Dignity results beat half-year forecasts. 282
Doctor guilty of misconduct. 250
English Heritage in the West Midlands. 80
Extra VAT on EU holidays. 93
Five arrested in drug raids. 101
Food: A sexual revolution in the kitchen; Even rugby players are now talking about red wine reductions as a growing number of men fight their way into the kitchen. Sarah Probert talks to TV chef Alan Coxon about this increasing passion for food. 1415
Food: Asthma sufferers can take control of their illness; Asthma attacks can leave sufferers feeling completely powerless. But, as Emma Pomfret discovers, there are ways of taking control of asthma. 660
Food: Feast like an Olympian; With Athens hosting the Olympics it's time to start training your taste buds and tuning into Greek food reports. 761
Food: Self harm and statistics; The great taboo of self harm was broken last week with the launch of a new campaign. Or was it? Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves investigates. 1412
Food: Side Orders: Getting elemental in world of chocolate. 777
Football lifestyles 'must not sway jury'. 359
Football: Berson relief at end of saga; Aston Villa chairman Doug Ellis is happy to have signed Mathieu Berson after reaffirming the need for new players. 783
Football: Blues sell Cisse to Pompey. 349
Football: Familiar faces add new twist for Reid; TODAY'S ACTION. 318
Football: Gamble on young players key to Molby reconstructing Harriers; Colin Stoner on shake-up turning into an earthquake at Aggborough. 814
Football: Moors in title-chasing start; NON-LEAGUE. 301
Football: More of the same for months under guise of a new name; COMMENT: Hyder Jawad on the fizz of opening day in. 553
Football: New boss Blackwell vows to revive Leeds; ROUND-UP. 614
Football: Reid's talking a good game; THE CHAMPIONSHIP: Back for more, the manager who just can't do without 'the buzz' of match day Ged Scott finds the new Sky Blues manager in reflective mood. 1288
Football: Rumours cloud Albion's sunshine. 503
Football: Spark takes to new roles. 1135
Football: Stratford line-up to stay secret; NON-LEAGUE. 247
Football: Striker misery leaves Jones with headache; TOMORROW'S MATCH. 265
Football: Supporters' thirst for football brings cheer for sponsors. 787
Football: Tim on City's side for success. 712
Football: Tough task to replace legend; James Nursey finds newcomer Richard McKinney a man on a mission. 583
Football: Walsall's player-manager has firm ideas about how his club should be run; Plenty of vision - Paul Merson has worked under some of the biggest-name managers in British football and can now put his own stamp on affairs at Walsall Hyder Jawad finds the Saddlers' boss in ebullient mood, despite relegation. 2227
Football: Walton's return a coup for Quinn; LEAGUE TWO. 491
Football: Ward realistic on Robins' target. 497
Football: Wolves seek instant justice; Only a rapid return to the top flight will do for Dave Jones, reports Ged Scott. 1024
Friend finds six bodies in house. 190
Friendships costing us pounds 600 every year. 216
Funeral of man stung by wasps. 269
GOLF: KLM OPEN: Green makes light of course's dry rot. 819
Golf: Pampling hits front at edge of Rockies; ROUND-UP. 219
GP convicted of indecent assaults. 213
Guests celebrate at high-rise ceremony. 292
Having a pet is costly so be sure to get insurance. 951
Hedghogs rescued from fast food peril. 532
Hiroshima mayor's attack. 221
History and all that: A memorable way to relive Britain's past. 175
Holiday costs spiral by pounds 1000. 150
Home & Gardens: Gardening chores. 195
Home & Gardens: Mind your language - allotments are back in fashion. 589
Home & Gardens: Plant of the week - Late colour from clematis. 471
Home & Gardens: Silk purses from sows' ears; Nick Williams reveals the secrets of making the most of difficult garden spaces. 836
Honesty pays for car drivers. 498
HSBC grows China stake. 123
Husband killer forced to sell home to pay trial costs. 355
Interest rates blamed for bankruptcies. 296
Internet worker wins right to new tribunal hearing after appeal. 284
Interview: Sir Adrian Cadbury - Life is still sweet; As he draws a line under his long and illustrious career once and for all, Sir Adrian Cadbury talks to Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves about a life of chocolate, chairmanship and camaraderie. 2307
Jackpot will help Iris fight cancer. 566
Jenkins warned on media interviews. 144
KLM 'mistake' lands Ian with pounds 3,000 Amex nightmare. 591
Landmark for Crest Nicholson. 134
Laurel sheds 110 pub jobs. 168
Letter: Everyone has chance to have their say. 291
Letter: Human misery from smoking. 394
Letter: MIKE KELLY Kings Heath. 357
LSH leads search for new centres. 488
McDonalds to launch healthier breakfasts. 263
Members of gang who flooded region with smuggled cigarettes jailed. 333
Motor Racing: BAR vow to fight Button's switch to Williams. 571
Murder inquiry after father fatally injured. 193
ODDS & EVENS: Saddlers fancied. 318
OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN: ATHLETICS - Graduate Lambert is ready for final exam. 286
OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN: ATHLETICS - Olsson looks to build on Edwards' legacy. 308
OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN: DIVING - Taylor's Sydney pain firing Athens dreams. 267
OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN: Rowing - PULLINGPOWER; The pressure is on for Steve Williams, as Brian Dick discovered. 1069
Op towel blunder. 82
Over 300 militiamen loyal to cleric killed in fighting with coalition forces. 400
Passenger numbers rise as easyJet lowers fares. 625
Pastimes: Chess. 284
Pastimes: Rambling - Happy memories of the YHA. 1042
Pensioner's cakes are fit for a prince. 177
People are confident of coping with debts. 360
Perspective: ... or you could be a model if you fancy it; Simon Harper plants a new idea of fashion as he offers a different kind of invitation: to become a model for revolutionary clothing of many colours - all of them green. 296
Perspective: Hector invites you to his party; There's a big celebration going on today - and anyone is free to drop in. Freelance writer Catherine Steele explains why. 1069
Perspective: The Iron Angle: Local government under scrutiny with a slant - A fortnight is a long, long time in politics. 661
Poor US employment data sending dismayed London stocks in to freefall. 434
Post competition: Win family tickets to English Heritage's West Midland sites. 417
Post offices earmarked for closure in shake-up. 158
Pride for future. 199
Pub operation prompts underage drink project. 258
Racing: Captain Dettori aims to lead by example. 573
Racing: Frizzante leading Deauville charge. 321
Rape case quashed over DNA evidence. 387
Review: Jazz CDs. 1074
Review: Unintentional classic from major talent. 1119
Sandwiches help Greggs fill profit gap. 563
Savers have failed to take pounds 452m of savings. 265
Second boy dies after holiday road crash. 449
Secrets of a great day out; In the first of a special summer series on great family days out, The Birmingham Post teams up with English Heritage to highlight its sites in the Midlands and offer free tickets for readers. 1342
Shotgun found at home of dead bride. 280
Show's plea for urine. 106
Slowdown rather than price crash, says B&B. 399
Solicitors and accountants will join battle for semi-final places. 217
Takeover talk boosts Barclays. 190
Talks fail as Virgin told it could lose rail network. 493
Teenager victim of bar fight. 114
Texas refinery fire pushes up oil prices again. 469
The best classroom is in our own homes. 368
The Business Profile: Family jewellers with a diamond celebration; He may still be working in the same room he did as a five-year-old, but things have changed quite a bit for Jeremy Pragnell. James O'Brien went to find out how. 1443
The hunt is on for missing historic pub. 378
The new Diana. 80
The week in pictures. 110
The winter knights just flew by; Chris Upton discovers that the Arthurian legend may have been put together by a Warwickshire chap. 1122
Theme for the day. 161
Touring Car Championships: TOURING CARS Plato's clever ploy puts heat on Muller. 229
Tourist ignored dangers. 212
Tourist traps at risk. 154
Travel: Bitten by the travel bug; Each year thousands of Britons have their holidays ruined by illness. Travel Editor Paul Groves looks at ways of avoiding a trip spent on a sick bed. 734
Travel: Blowing holes in the myth of the Brummie abroad; The average timeshare owner from Birmingham is nothing like the stereotype says Travel Editor Paul Groves. 595
Travel: Paradise island in the sun; Mykonos has long been regarded as the Greek island of choice for the great and the good. Travel Editor Paul Groves discovers what life on the A-list is like. 1362
Travel: The concierge. 671
Travel: The great escape - Satisfy the attraction of trying something a little different. 837
US firm to hold free investment seminar. 211
Veterans smear Kerry's war record. 432
Voters may have to register with pin. 261

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