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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 18, 2004)

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'Own goal' of grading 999 calls for targets. 376
25m adults have regrets over money products. 236
Anniversaries. 305
Architects tap subconscious resources; Would architecture be better if it was designed in a state of trance? 805
Archive. 185
Begbies Traynor expands debt practice. 192
Birmingham now rivals capital on pension litigation. 216
Birmingham Post Comment: Pooling talents. 212
Birmingham Post Comment: pounds 50 fine doesn't go far enough. 371
Birmingham Post Comment: Turn off. 132
Blunkett acts after visa system savaged. 298
British Energy profits are powering ahead. 357
Brum parents among first fined for truancy. 304
Car blast kills 35 in Iraq capital. 577
Cats voted the top garden pest. 116
Cheney ordered 9/11 jets' strike. 464
Chirac anger as summit talks turn sour. 367
CIR system gets boost. 176
City View: Will it be Green or Rose for group's shareholders. 507
Clinton had Lewinsky affair 'because I could'. 304
Cobbetts' advisers help make tea for two. 254
College will not defend or condemn paediatrician. 188
Companies team up to fight terror. 248
Consultant had photo taken as patient lay dying. 479
Council stops court action over Thomsonfly ruling. 290
Couple renewing Gretna promises. 582
Crackdown on lorry crime. 496
CRICKET: Buoyed Bears ready to Swan it; FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP: Warwickshire v Lancashire. 968
CRICKET: Fiery Hayward fuels Worcester in Lord's return; Middlesex v Worcestershire. 857
Culture: Comedy with a mean streak; Mike Davies reviews the week's new cinema releases. 2172
Culture: Handsworth voice of reason; Terry Grimley is mightily impressed by a new CD by a Birmingham performance poet. But don't expect to find it in the record shops just yet. 1288
Culture: What Katy did next; Katy Hill tells Sarah Waterfall why live TV still gives her the biggest thrill. 810
Deal will be key to Rover survival. 454
Dive-bombing buzzard killed in attack on van. 175
DJ death suspects held in custody. 135
Dunkirk remark a timely reminder. 776
Eidos doubts it will make profit this year. 405
England win puts city in party mood. 483
Euro 2004: Beer ban made no difference to the atmosphere. 429
Euro 2004: Family has video tape 'proving innocence'. 297
Euro 2004: Fan's fight to clear name. 107
Euro 2004: Fans behave as England win; Emma Brady watched the game unfold -and the fans' reactions -over 93 beautiful minutes in Centenary Square. 562
Euro 2004: Police chief welcomes swift justice. 183
Euro 2004: Portugeuse police ready for trouble. 129
Expansion plan: East End Foods ready to recruit new staff. 187
Firefighters vote to break historic link with Labour. 217
Firms not ready for emissions crackdown. 367
Football: AFC Telford defend rise in match prices; NON-LEAGUE. 332
Football: Challenge for McHale. 124
Football: EURO 2004: BETTING COLUMN: Swedish strikers to put Italians on spot. 404
Football: Euro 2004: Eriksson delights in England's precocious jewel. 686
Football: Euro 2004: Player ratings; ENGLAND 3 SWITZERLAND 0. 570
Football: Euro 2004: Rooney rescues Sven; England 3 Switzerland 0. 818
Football: EURO 2004: Trezeguet saves face for France; GROUP B Croatia 2 France 2. 743
Football: Gold not worried by Bruce 'interest'. 464
Football: Villa chief warns Nantes. 624
Ford expects more profits. 738
Fresh hope for hunting ban campaigners. 210
Future bleak says union. 140
GOLF: Duval revels in high scores as Faldo wallows in misery; US OPEN. 1083
GOLF: Sullivan has feet back on ground; ST OMER OPEN. 360
Group's first for 19 years. 219
Hain denies Saddam link claim. 116
Hold banned after youth's death. 250
IN BRIEF: ATHLETICS. 151
IN BRIEF: CRICKET. 90
IN BRIEF: CRICKET. 168
Inquiry into Big Brother violence. 534
Israelis seize two suicide bomb suspects. 301
LA Fitness ready for Navy lark. 261
Law lords rule against dyslexic's payout bid. 244
Lawyer wins race case. 132
Leaf busting helps firm's performance. 584
Legal & Finance: Approach is winning formula for Soden. 344
Legal & Finance: Childcare benefits can attract workers. 273
Legal & Finance: Companies get new rights over cold calls. 236
Legal & Finance: Court ruling has implications for agency firms in the Midlands. 278
Legal & Finance: Eversheds. 115
Legal & Finance: Firms must act on new EU proposal. 586
Legal & Finance: Football fan is law firm's new signing. 123
Legal & Finance: Glass can be half-full or half-empty, but it still needs filling. 581
Legal & Finance: Heatons named as award contender. 180
Legal & Finance: Interest in retail sector is on the up. 431
Legal & Finance: Law firm names new partners. 186
Legal & Finance: Many fathers are missing out on fundamental legal rights. 268
Letter: A few books to be going on with. 86
Letter: Heroes honoured but forgotten at home. 396
Letter: Last Straw for the Last Post. 84
Letter: No reason for cancer tests on animals. 172
Letter: Stop reducing road capacity. 141
Logical step for Acuity. 168
M&S turns down Green's latest takeover proposal. 799
Man guilty of killing lover. 165
Market report: Retail sales growth keeps stocks on hold. 505
Mel has celebrity power. 169
Monnex moves into historic manor house complex. 347
Motoring: Mercedes puts its C-Class in the frame. 358
Motoring: Miles of adventure on Land Rover challenge. 413
Motoring: Soft-top Mini just can't take the heat. 867
Motoring: Staggering cost of running your motor. 302
MP's outrage at steel plan. 208
Nervy A&L investors regain faith after report. 316
Perspective: Here we go, here we go, here we go. . . again; The English football hooligans are back, but with cheap booze, tattoos and fry-ups on offer, what more do we expect, asks Richard McComb. 1416
Perspective: Identity plagues self rule in the regions. 620
Post People: Heads and pony tails. 198
Property: Apartments at Coleorton Hall. 1054
Property: Apartments at the Sun House. 325
Property: Barn conversions at their best. 270
Property: Distinctive Jacobean grandeur. 732
Property: Investors snap up starter homes. 1317
Property: Rare chances for mill dwelling. 920
Property: Visionary self-builders required. 834
Racing: Papineau class adds to Godolphin's Gold run. 608
Rate increases fail to slow free-spending shoppers. 597
RUGBY UNION: Full-on Worsley plotting quick riposte for England. 584
RUGBY UNION: Maynard tells Williams to create selection headache. 505
RUGBY UNION: Scots' fury at Grimes rejection. 221
Savers face stakeholder pensions fee rises. 468
Scientists stunned by comet's striking images. 262
Security forces hunt for hostage facing death. 481
Sex beast is found guilty. 495
Shell is trying to win over investors. 423
Shopping makes Brum a hotspot. 277
Should we free shires from grip of cities? 338
Stability pledge for housing. 266
Surgeon changes killing plea. 549
TENNIS: Henman feeling good after Massu victory. 413
TENNIS: Mauresmo has biggest prize in her sights. 535
TENNIS: Rusedski relaxed at fall in rankings. 763
The Post Debate: New head brings back traditional day; Are traditional sports days a good thing for school pupils or should other, less competitive, events be staged? Education Correspondent Shahid Naqvi looks at the issue and two teachers argue the cases for and against. 1206
Theme for the day. 222
Turbulent times for high-street mainstay. 619
Union anger as bank plans 3,500 jobs cut. 277
Unlawful killing verdict on gunned down National Front man. 417
Virgin millionaire is country's best business boss according to new survey. 400
Wedgwood to trim costs and cut debt. 597
Will-challenge case hears of family 'rift'. 330
Woeful night of Renaissance rhubarb; Tamar's Revenge The Swan, Stratford-upon-Avon. 463
Woman held in Hollywood stalking case. 201

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