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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 6, 2004)

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'Focus on the force' urges chief. 239
'No plans' to disband top Army regiment. 273
America's big three focus on small vehicle market. 793
America's new era in border control. 478
America's new era in border control. 561
Analyst shows how to bank on cheap mortgage. 288
Anniversaries. 199
Archive. 165
Arts review: From Russia with love -and real passion; St Petersburg Ballet Symphony Hall. 532
Asian leaders hold milestone meeting. 263
Athletics: Olympic bid starts in SA for Lewis. 458
Automotive firm Cirrus expanding to America. 289
Benefits cheat spent pounds 25,000 living the high life. 248
Birmingham Post Comment: High time Millennium Point was sorted out. 377
Birmingham Post Comment: Iron wills collide. 220
Birmingham Post Comment: Outdated prediction. 129
Body Shop boss rings changes on old mobiles. 310
Braythorn hopes to package some sweet success. 341
Britney's weekend marriage annulled. 513
Business grants helping firms; On target: Technology companies ready for new era. 133
Business View: Kingfisher much more colourful than a Whitbread punt. 538
Buyout frenzy as local deals reach pounds 3.3bn. 472
Cannibal 'had porn at home'. 119
Carrott's golden touch of Brummie genius; 24 Carrott Gold The Academy, National Indoor Arena. 432
China orders slaughter of 10,000 civet cats amid fears of fresh Sars outbreak. 346
City marketing group faces council inquiry over finance claims. 460
Computer firm continues going Dutch with new deal. 301
Concern over sky marshals. 306
Couple set to wed. 130
Crash driver saved. 208
CRICKET: Australia insist win is possible. 267
CRICKET: Brown spreads the cricketing gospel. 410
CRICKET: West Indies wilting as Proteas run riot. 318
Cruise's stunt scare. 141
Culture: Much to do in months ahead; This is the time of year when it seems there are few opportunities for going out that don't involve pantomime. But don't worry -spring is just around round the corner with a glittering array of cultural events. Terry Grimley suggests a few you might consider putting in your diary for the coming six months. 1660
Custody for man accused of murder. 118
Darling in defence of traffic plan. 284
Designer chimes in with a few changes. 224
E-business: Aseriti praised for quality of work. 418
E-business: Drastic measures are needed to get Toshiba back on track. 487
E-business: More nerds for knighthoods as web inventor gets ultimate honour. 510
E-business: Region to win fight for digital link up. 699
E-business: Science parks at heart of high-tech future; Challenging times: UK looks to remain competitive in the global economy. 433
E-business: Service to aid traders on e-law. 208
Equitable report to be published. 275
EU turns spotlight on Britain's long working hours culture. 565
Everett, 60, steps down. 87
Father who killed his mistress is jailed for life. 403
Fine line in banter the way ahead. 305
Firm hopes that invention will draw a curtain on hospital superbugs. 312
Firm lands complete contract. 185
Football: Cheating divers top referees' hate list. 463
Football: Derby showdown could be just in time for angry Saddlers. 610
Football: Draw worth wait as Blues secure home advantage. 648
Football: Fixture congestion is a test for resurgent Villa. 1125
Football: Harriers given boost by capture of Murray. 321
Football: Ince waiting for Hammers. 534
Football: Megson switches tactics in desperate search for victory. 461
Football: Merciless Clemence earns his Blues spurs. 799
Football: Puzzled Dowie seeks Butterfield reprieve. 203
FOOTBALL: Sutton Coldfield Town. 214
Football: Swan handed Rovers chance; NON-LEAGUE. 476
Grant will improve lot for deaf Asians. 293
Graphic solutions as firm move into South Africa. 414
Industry is 'showing signs of recovery'. 269
Inquests due to start over Diana and Dodi. 159
Inquiry ordered over Madonna path row. 151
Is Millennium Point off beaten track for visitors?; Following concerns that the closure of Imax was caused by a failed marketing drive, Neil Connor asked the people of Birmingham if they knew what and where it was before venturing to the home of the 3-D cinema, Millennium Point. 626
Jazz Diary: New date for jazz world's most favourite daughter. 459
Kinks singer is shot by mugger. 251
Kinks' Davies shot. 160
Land Rover and Jaguar flagships boost sales. 543
Letter bomb attack was just a 'mild irritation'. 347
Letter: DEFRA must work harder to tackle TB. 334
Letter: Flytippers should be targeted in city. 189
Letter: Having a great time in Birmingham. 168
Letter: Is bread today just as good? 126
Letter: Is the new library another Bore White Elephant? 649
Letter: MPs should match the cash students will owe. 194
Letter: Sounds like worst of old Labour. 246
Man who hanged dog remanded in custody. 272
Market Report: FTSE 100 extends its winning streak. 475
MCS lands Albatross in pounds 2 m music investment; On song: Publisher adds Baywatch tunes to growing catalogue. 312
Midland MP leads fight to put brake on spin doctors. 427
Millennium Point in crisis over visitors. 600
Mushtaq's tale: From a poor education to pioneering project member. 213
NASA scientists await colour images from the Red Planet. 203
New casualty unit only months away. 360
NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Dave Titterton. 112
NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Studley. 117
Officers hurt by drug smuggling prisoners. 161
Oh Brother, it's a talent-free TV classic. 350
Optimism fuelling recovery. 591
Osama bin Laden is still alive, says Straw. 503
Outrage as convicted sex offender jailed for 12 months. 568
Owen's partner hurt. 119
PAT MURPHY's column: Dignified Durkin the hero of St Andrews. 266
PAT MURPHY's column: Honourable mentions that do nothing but patronise the worthy. 628
PAT MURPHY's column: Nice guys to believe in. 1786
Pc accused of theft was charity fundraiser. 474
People's friend McKechnie dies of cancer at 55. 351
Perspective: It's time to make the nation's bad drivers pay; Born again train commuter Paul Groves cannot wait for the nation's awful car drivers to get their comeuppance. 730
Perspective: Let's deal with the prime concerns of our age. 748
Perspective: The winners of insider trading; It's not so much jobs for the boys as jobs for the inmates. Jo Ind reports on an initiative in HM Prison Birmingham to find employment for prisoners while they are inside. 1263
Pop star 'was not motivated by sex' in bed-share scandal. 367
Post People: Building better relations with valued clients. 137
Post People: Law firm celebrates golden times. 216
pounds 7.8m aero engine contract clears Hampson for take off. 330
Powell 'not racist' says actor Hurt. 285
RALLYING: Colin McRae. 120
Range Stormer wows US as pay dispute clouds UK. 644
Rare fresco set for show this Easter. 313
Record for women prisoner suicides. 135
Record-breaker Radcliffe claims another honour with Who's Who. 294
Reporter walked into secure area. 226
Robot sub to hunt for airliner crash clues. 376
RUGBY UNION: Johnson's future offers dream role. 618
RUGBY UNION: No panic at Moseley as Nutt faces up to hard slog ahead. 554
Rural Matters: Anti-hunt group in attendance challenge. 565
Rural Matters: Helping local people see the woods for the newly-planted trees; Susan Bell, chief executive of The National Forest, explains how the Midlands is to get a whole new landscape. 596
Rural Matters: New-t project to save pond species. 148
Rural Matters: Women offered business help. 151
Rural Matters: Work set to start on centre of excellence. 191
Sara Lee announces 500 redundancies. 182
Share Tips: Mix of tips -only one wins; The lure of a magnum of Champagne and the prospect of their picture on this page remains undiminished for the stockbroking community in Birmingham and the West Midlands, discovers Economics Editor Nevill Boyd Maunsell. 2500
Signal may be jet's black box. 114
Slimline role models are blamed for teenage crisis. 596
Staff calling in 'sick'. 99
Straw hails Afghanistan agreement. 209
Takeover deadline extended. 201
TENNIS: Tim Henman. 80
Text pest teacher jailed for assaults. 673
Theme for the day. 186
Top Libyan invited to London. 178
Treasury boost for regional jobs plan. 465
TUC reveals the forgotten millions who want to work. 354
Warning as Midland soldier dies in Iraq. 330
West Brom can't stop expanding. 214
Worm cancer hope. 138
Yet another month of growth in construction. 389
Yobs attack fire crews during bakery fire. 273

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