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

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Adventure girl tells of shooting terror. 703
Angry Kurds demanding Saddam death penalty. 266
Anniversaries. 301
Appeal to witnesses of fatal attack. 192
Archive. 215
Battle for Hodge Hill: Labour big gun backs candidate. 291
Battle for Hodge Hill: Lib Dem campaign. 87
Battle for Hodge Hill: Postal-vote row looms over by-election ballots. 464
Battle for Hodge Hill: Top Tories attack post office closures. 93
Bigger levy to pay off victims of mis-selling. 368
Birmingham Post comment: Liquid asset. 119
Birmingham Post comment: Parent trap. 200
Birmingham Post comment: Reassure us over future of roadworks. 364
Blood pressure danger even when relaxed. 289
Bovis boss urges Bank to hold off on rises. 338
Brum leads way with pounds 7m drug research. 381
Business View: Is our heart really in another rebranding move? 444
Cancer fears raised as phone firms apply for mast planning permission. 407
Charity Appeals: Help for hospice. 93
Charity Appeals: Wooden Spoon. 236
Cheney's doctor was addict. 111
Circuses say licensing laws may take away their living. 346
City sophistication: Prestige available in a glass. 303
Clarke admits smacking. 146
Clarke was a smacker. 85
Cricket: Australia to take on the world. 229
Cricket: Bonus is sticking point for England. 529
Cricket: Hick proves the master; TWENTY20 CUP. 735
Culture: Gilet hits the big time; Don Gilet looks set to become one of Walsall's most famous sons as his first starring TV role hits the screens. Alison Jones and Sarah Waterfall report. 1161
Culture: Hot Club hat trick; Hot Club Of Cowtown's Whit Smith tells Charlie Melvin about the hassles of air travel. 642
Cutting the ties that bind us to the office. 821
Dame finally pays pounds 12m over 'homes for votes' scandal. 372
Doctors call for ban on smoking in public. 359
E-business: 3G launch nearly here for Orange. 689
E-business: 3It's about time you cottoned on to the weblogs project. 429
E-business: Coffee chain joins Probrand portfolio. 178
E-business: Deloitte and BT team up for RFID. 561
E-business: Forensic technology lab opens to beat cyber fraud. 270
E-business: Kestrel 3D could be on the way to Brum. 184
E-business: Phone firms risk losing customers. 241
E-business: Spam sinners must be taken offline. 202
E-business: Sun never sets over SW19 for IBM's wizards. 415
E-business: Swiss ref's website swamped by UK hate emails. 506
E-business: Trojan speeds up data at the stroke of a pen. 223
Eastern delight: BA says Asian passenger numbers are up. 284
Fifty jobs at new bar. 184
Finance is rushing to recruit. 608
Food group aims to raise pounds 300m in listing. 373
Football: Appleby's eye on Harriers return; MIDLAND ROUND-UP. 275
Football: Bruce adds to back-up team as Black returns from exile. 376
Football: Merson still eager to get his boots on. 338
Football: No Ince in tow as Wolves return. 325
Football: Snubbed Barry setting sights on proving Eriksson wrong. 600
Four in court over murder of fiance. 253
Going nowhere: The predicted traffic chaos began yesterday. 429
Golf: Rebirth of Vale is complete. 1123
Hasselhoff rides into West End. 204
Hoaxer denies death threats. 706
HOCKEY: Cannock trio win Olympic selection. 358
Hospital cash for genetic test boost. 319
Husband urges Government to support wheelchair users. 334
I did not brainwash sisters, ex-wife tells Billie-Jo appeal. 439
Insurance milestone. 195
Investors rattled after Jarvis reveals banking covenant concerns. 459
Ken under fire over mayoral aide's pay. 321
Kiss for Claire: Omagh survivor graduates with honours. 176
Letter: Advert for Moore's obscene diatribe. 197
Letter: Our children need legal protection from violence. 294
Letter: Room for much improvement. 195
Letter: Transport - let's get on with it. 370
Lord defeats bid to ban smacking. 321
Lovell's parent group in a confident mood. 331
Mandela's ex-wife wins theft appeal. 216
Market report: Morrisons dips again to pull down Footsie. 557
Masshouse scheme has designs on prize. 507
Meggitt acquires Dunlop. 568
Midlands is earmarked for second private motorway. 346
Milosevic 'too ill' to face war crimes allegations. 537
MP has her own dossier on Iraq war. 172
New fault detection may stop tragedy. 532
Online remit. 82
Ordeal as thief drags pensioner out of bed. 277
Pat Murphy: Game, set and sheer delight. 320
Pat Murphy: GREEK RHAPSODY; If that lot could lift the trophy, why couldn't our brave boys? 1843
Pat Murphy: Realism beats Henman. 196
Pay row threatens chaos at airports. 314
Perspective: Campbell and Mandelson show spins on regardlessly; Political Correspondent Chris Moncrieff dissects the spin emanating from Labour's grand masters regarding the future for the New Labour heir apparent. 917
Perspective: Widening the net for university places; Birmingham has recently been hailed a shining example of educational improvement, although persuading teenagers to carry on to university continues to be a problem. Verity Baker investigates. 957
Peugeot boss moves to Paris. 191
Police to get tough on Broad Street's boozers. 238
Police to get tough on Broad Street. 345
Post People: Bond on business. 161
pounds 10million a day. 441
pounds 10million a day. 480
Racing: Attraction set to star once more. 394
Report highlights industry's decline. 364
Review: Evening of convivial enjoyment; Stratford Poetry Festival Shakespeare Institute. 344
Review: Magnificence from Usher, with love; Usher NEC Arena. 285
RUGBY UNION: In brief. 129
Rural matters: Beckett to streamline bureaucracy. 179
Rural matters: Cattle shortages are threat to landscape. 502
Rural matters: Demand for wild boar is outstripping farmers' supply. 176
Rural matters: Livestock tracking system is obsolete, claims watchdog. 402
Rural matters: Moseley market brings farmers and city dwellers together; The Birmingham Post's search for the best farmers' market in the Midlands is coming to an end. This week Rural Affairs Reporter Sarah Probert visits the penultimate shortlisted market. 618
Rural matters: Reward for rise in bird breeding. 217
Security experts look for a listing. 429
ST pulls plug on debtors. 253
ST pulls plug on debtors. 226
Store minds ps and qs over faggots ads. 298
Taking an overview of new townscape. 751
Tennis: Wimbledon 2004: Federer confirms status quo but Sharapova can break it; There is little new under the sun, as Hyder Jawad found this year in SW19. 735
Theme for the day. 150
They Said. 84
Tragus gets pounds 13.5m to grow brands; Cafe culture: Barclays backs restaurant chain's expansion. 152
Tributes to judge's huge intelligence. 96
Uefa gets tough with fan who screened matches for charity. 430
Ultra buys airline IT specialist. 163
Walters is voted most powerful in new top 40. 324
Wembley's stock falls as suitor drops bid. 390
Wider poverty gap with Labour. 123
Wragge acts over buyout. 298

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