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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 12, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
Anniversaries. 299
Archive. 160
ATHLETICS: Lewis-Francis plans gold run; Practice makes perfect for the Birmingham sprinter, writes James Nursey. 766
Atkins' wife may sue over records. 226
BADMINTON: Tracey Hallam and Julia Mann. 200
Bank sells as firm grows. 135
Be inspired by the Bard. 201
BIA posts 19th consecutive increase in passenger numbers. 226
Birmingham Post Comment: Blowing up obesity out of all proportion. 408
Birmingham Post Comment: Shed the advisers. 130
Birmingham Post Comment: Tax dilemma. 199
Bloody Sunday marathon ends after four-year inquiry. 747
BSkyB's investors celebrate dividend. 493
Building for future of region's schools. 470
Bullring to trigger shopping explosion. 550
Burned-out car man inquiry reopens. 382
Bush paid for six days. 166
Carol turns into Jeff with local firm's help. 115
Carr decision in 'few days'. 143
City council key to Tory revival. 441
City View: Economists have to take human factor into account. 499
Cliff's outdoor date. 91
Comcast bids for Disney empire. 161
Commercial Property: German cash influx lifts the final quarter. 573
Commercial Property: Holding court: Chase Commercial Stratford scheme under way. 189
Commercial Property: Walker takes on Italian Gardens challenge. 223
Council to investigate road plan decision. 466
Cricket: Warwicks ready for difficult evening. 560
Crime gangs swapping cities for rural targets, say police. 331
Cultrure: An invigorating slice of cosmic release; CBSO Symphony Hall. 261
Cultrure: Comedy star turns into a mild and crazy guy; Steve Martin tells Alison Jones why comedy acting is child's play. 1082
Cultrure: Courtroom brilliance; Taking Sides Malvern Festival Theatre. 291
Cultrure: Inflation that's good for business. 625
Cultrure: Lee's Love in the first degree; Legendary psychedelic songwriter Arthur Lee tells Owen Adams why he's forever changing his band-mates. 1830
Cultrure: Theatre of absurd is no great shakes; The Dice House Arts Theatre, London. 395
Dedicated to children. 107
Democrat leaders looking to end race. 191
Digger assault man found dead. 126
DJ fights for life after raid at home. 492
EC outlaws 'blind spots'. 133
EU calls for end to UK's 48-hour week veto. 442
FBU official wins appeal. 260
Fear delays return of detainees. 554
Football bosses reject MPs' plan. 565
Football: Adebola shown the door at Coventry. 433
Football: Causeway United. 91
Football: Defenceless United losing pace with Arsenal. 423
Football: Derby duo sought. 121
Football: Dichio's transfer suits all parties. 721
Football: Dogfight suits Keates down to the ground. 422
Football: End of the line for Lewer and Parsons. 535
Football: Lazaridis inspires Blues at their best; Birmingham City 3 Everton 0. 871
Football: Mark Delaney. 203
Football: Morocco to face Tunisia. 80
Football: Negative media can only spur so far; Wolves need real quality to stay up, argues Ged Scott. 572
Football: Osborn fears Forest revival. 337
Football: Villa create form poser; Fulham 1 Aston Villa 2. 899
Football: Wise move ends Telford's hopes of making history; FA CUP Telford United 0 Millwall 2. 604
Former nurse works for region's health. 266
From No 10 to the garden shed for IDS. 190
Full up -clinic to help fat children. 669
Garage boss charged with golf club assault on Tory. 579
Gearing up for return to form. 897
Golf: Flanagan's rise will be put to test. 197
Golf: Women must earn rights. 634
Happy environment: A new Home Service's call centre opens in Walsall. 96
HOCKEY: Cannock quartet in quest for Olympics. 450
Home Office was 'warned about cockler dangers'. 330
Homeless project can work on. 232
How many more reasons do you need to stop smoking? 394
Industrial group sells off loss-making operations. 290
Investors still keen on homes for rent. 269
Iran twins new of surgery risks. 119
Israelis kill 12 during bloody day of fighting. 194
Israelis kill 12 in bloody street battles. 126
Jobless figures still falling but manufacturing still on the losing side. 612
Jordan blazing a trail on way to meeting his goal. 466
Khan concerned for aging populace in NHS of the future. 205
Letter: Archaic 'Empire' should be dropped from honours. 179
Letter: Child slavery is not part of asylum issue. 164
Letter: Christmas bonus cuts 'sickies'. 126
Letter: How can bird brains be so far-sighted? 84
Letter: I'm an animal, get me out of here! 265
Letter: More research needed on underground travel. 101
Letter: Plant oils better than fish for good health. 266
Letter: Restore councils' powers. 129
M6 Toll land deal creates 330 jobs. 237
Manufacturing: Come down and meet the buyer. 301
Manufacturing: Forum joins the famous five firms. 578
Manufacturing: Machine tool exports on the rise. 193
Manufacturing: Open your shopfloor to pupils and find workers of tomorrow. 630
Manufacturing: Quality and flexibility put FW Cables on the road to success. 529
Manufacturing: Rare award for sheet metal boss. 282
Market report: Greenspan leaves Footsie cautious. 489
MP demands answers over airport expansion blight. 244
New EC ruling outlaws 'blind spots' in vehicles. 250
New office buildings planned for Area 7; Phase two: Companies combine to begin second part of successful commercial development. 236
New transport group to lobby Government. 301
No-frills airlines win more corporate fares. 465
Online exchange nearly a reality. 201
Open up to world of gays, synod is urged. 505
Parents pay tribute to gentle gun raid victim. 279
Patrice points way to healthy eating. 330
Perspective: Fun way to learn skills and keep fit. 309
Perspective: Hazard warning signs along the road to PFI; The M6 through the West Midlands, as the Post reported yesterday, is crumbling and months of repairs are on the way. Meanwhile, the Government wants to give Birmingham pounds 775 million to provide better roads, pavements and street lights. But not everyone thinks a proposed Public Finance initiative is a good deal. Paul Dale reports. 870
Perspective: War strategy is all Greek to generals on field of battle; As the war of words over Iraq continues, Alexander Tulloch looks at the origins of some of the words being bandied about. 509
Perspective: Why law has to be consistent on abortion. 690
Police beef up weekend patrols. 189
Police win time in stabbing inquiry. 108
Posh left on the bench in wives XI. 267
Pound rising as Bank's Inflation Report points to interest rates rise. 402
Primary pupils get a rigorous workout. 243
PSA blames euro and lack of models. 456
Pupils put down roots to create future forest. 211
RACING: Edredon Bleu set to rule. 132
Rewritten pay deal may help car plant row. 510
Rover offers smart system. 143
Royal Doulton on course for profit after major cost cuts. 400
Rugby Union: Hinshelwood claims his belated Six Nations debut. 695
Rugby Union: Nervous Stour see route to survival; MIDLAND PREVIEWS. 522
RUGBY UNION: Nervous Stourton calculate survival. 532
RUGBY UNION: O'Connell had firm lock on chance for captaincy. 327
RUGBY UNION: SIX NATIONS: Borthwick citing charge puts Shaw on England bench. 679
RUGBY UNION: Welsh told to get belief with first-day victory. 342
Safeway takeover will cost 1,200 jobs. 217
Schools' childcare plan is denied. 195
Seven planespotters have their bail money returned. 220
Sleaze watchdog fingers Spellar. 451
Soldiers accused of killing Iraqi PoW. 245
Solicitor campaigns for homes law change; Leaders of the pack: Pair fight to make house sales easier. 351
SQUASH: Adrian Grant. 167
Suicide bomb kills 47 near US army base. 512
Swan killer sent to jail. 109
Tall story: A chair for the drunkard. 93
Tests reveal alcohol truth. 182
Theme for the day. 176
Turner pulls in the crowds. 146
TV show honours UK elite; Top 50: The man behind the iPod leads the way. 448
Universities want more cash on top of extra fees. 593
Violent fugitive gives police the slip. 164
Wagon one to watch in future. 343
Watchdog will change NHS; Health Minister Rosie Winterton officially launched an independent network of NHS watchdogs yesterday, aimed at giving the public a greater say in their healthcare provision. The forums -one for every local health trust in England -have been set up by the Birmingham-based Commission for Patient and Public Involvement in Health, which was introduced last year. Health Correspondent Sophie Blakemore reports. 593
Watson honoured. 111
Weak dollar hits Sandvik profits. 196
Whistleblowers' concerns must be made public, demand MPs. 219
Why Birmingham makes sense for Justin and Colin; Justin Ryan and Colin McAllister, stars of BBC2's hit show The Million Pound Property Experiment, are writing their debut column in The Birmingham Post next week. Jo Ind went to meet them in their city-centre apartment. 1259
Yell has something good to shout about. 325

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