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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 4, 2004)

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850 jobs go at Centrica. 154
Affordable homes courting favour. 268
Al Qaida hero Hamza fails in attempt to win freedom. 208
And for Houdini's next trick. 254
Anniversaries. 289
Archive. 191
ATC system dates back to 70s. 180
B&Q posts sales increase despite weather; Sour situation: Tate & Lyle hit by hard conditions. 382
BA enjoys premium passenger increase. 196
BAE swoop to grab Alvis. 568
Blair makes personal appeal to Muslim voters. 144
Boom time for Black Country. 564
Brutal unarmed combat event barred by city chief. 254
Bush sorry after 'fall guy' Tenet quits as CIA chief. 495
Carphone says it's good to TalkTalk. 292
CBI boss backs Lode Lane's survival fight. 523
Clement Keys hits right note; Out of Darkness: Accountants celebrate Novello awards. 163
Cobbetts' new specialist. 179
Cobbetts' new specialist; Climbing high: Mountain enthusiast joins law firm. 481
Companies sorting out the new regulatory changes. 467
Confidence stays high despite blip. 576
Cricket: Corfield through after Maybin's misfortune; AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. 257
Cricket: Hampshire hammered. 151
Cricket: Lord's list of greats becomes famous five. 372
Cricket: More patience than panache as Knight runs riot; Middlesex need to score another 383 runs to avoid following on against Warwickshire. 870
Cricket: Saggers the sole shaft of light on day of inaction; SECOND TEST New Zealand have scored 41 for one in their first innings. 746
Cricket: Worcester struggle to build on bright start; Northamptonshire trail Worcestershire by 52 runs with nine second innings wickets intact. 584
Crisis college writes off pounds 2m loss. 317
Culture: Ballet review: Rambert lifts roof with explosive show; Rambert Dance Company Birmingham Hippodrome. 346
Culture: Give us a break, says West Bromwich; West Bromwich could be an attractive place to visit at the moment -though you won't actually have to be there to take part in its Weekend Break, Terry Grimley discovers. 773
Death plunge skydiver sent last love text. 281
Doctor struck off for sex with patient. 166
Doctors praised for top-class patient care. 390
Driving a danger to most workers. 225
EC code a threat to UK reforms. 228
Factfinders: Hong Kong businessmen learn from Brum. 242
Flights chaos after computer crashes. 544
Football: Albion snap up 'bargain' record buy. 664
Football: Angel gloom good news for O'Leary. 273
Football: Blues' appeal lures Izzet. 650
Football: Bristol challenge too tempting for Hinton; THIRD DIVISION. 354
Football: Yeltz clinch Cowley shock signing; NON LEAGUE. 315
Forum and chamber host eastern visitors. 247
Fraud fears grow as postal vote demand soars. 511
Gay pop singer arrested for kerb crawling. 183
Golf: Montgomerie meets challenge in Welsh hills. 778
Grief over death of Diana's mother; Frances Shand Kydd with Diana, Princess of Wales, at the Wimbledon men's singles final in 1993. 354
Halfords gets on road for pounds 600m. 434
Hammonds partners' pay slashed by 18 per cent -to pounds 272,000. 576
High prices not sweet for sugar producer. 262
Hockey: Moore scores on debut. 144
Housing group wins top award. 104
How Tommy Gun backfired on punk. 181
Jon Walker: Is UKIP a sleeping giant ready to wake up? 655
Laid back but with a bounce in his step. 416
LANDING IN FRANCE ON BROAD FRONT OPERATIONS 'THOROUGHLY SATISFACTORY' OPPOSITION LESS THAN EXPECTED HOW ENEMY GUNS AND STRONG POINTS WERE SILENCED; On 6 June 1944, the Prime Minister Winston Churchill told the House of Commons about the liberation of Rome. 1041
Lawyers set skills standard. 260
Lecturer recalls day that shook the world; On the anniversary of Tiananmen Square, Shahid Naqvi spoke to a Midland academic who witnessed the horrific event. 543
Legal & Finance: Charitable activity is praised by firm. 345
Legal & Finance: Eversheds wins award. 98
Legal & Finance: Farr to head up new law initiative. 590
Legal & Finance: Fitter than before, Paul is grateful for second chance. 587
Legal & Finance: House renovation can be taxing time. 315
Legal & Finance: Law firm acting for adviser on AIM flotation of Floors 2 Go. 275
Legal & Finance: Smith off to Nomura. 204
Legal & Finance: Star TV chef's bully boy tactics should get boot. 556
Legal & Finance: The big-hearted lawyers who do good work without a fee. 590
Legal & Finance: Wilkes rolls out barrel to promote region in Bavaria. 266
Letter: ... not such a good idea. 95
Letter: Great television offer on the house front. 390
Letter: Oxfam desperately needs cash to help in Sudan and Chad. 319
M&S rebuffs pounds 9bn salvo. 581
Market report: Oil fires Footsie's upward direction. 467
Message in a bottle calls for help in recycling. 287
MG's first commercial is simply a vantastic drive; MG Express 160. 473
Misery around country. 141
More tests ordered after killing. 120
Mosaic of Britain; It's not so much Big Brother who is watching you -it's a computer software programme. It's helping to chart the rise of new sections of our society. Sid Langley grapples with the jargon of a new survey outlining the changing face of Britain. 1117
Motoring: Big city, big car. 113
Motoring: Learners face long wait for tests. 236
Motoring: MINI show stopper. 98
Motoring: Now the Germans score with footballers' wives. 631
Motoring: Plastic trucks ease load on the road. 106
Motoring: Speak up and your car will start. 247
Move to stop 'Super Thursday' Tube strike. 120
New look for Telford will meet region's housing need. 269
Off-plan sales success. 198
Olympic boss is jailed. 121
One million line up a Sven sickie. 252
Opec turns on tap but protest goes on. 566
Petrol panic buying warning with main oil story. 109
Platinum picks up for Johnson Matthey. 309
Post People: Archers talk is right on target. 178
Property: Development potential from the 18th century. 311
Property: For What it's Worth: Ferneylea Farmhouse. 229
Property: For What it's Worth: Gables House. 225
Property: For What it's Worth: Great Bowden Hall. 226
Property: For What it's Worth: Lavender Cottage. 222
Property: Picture postcard package. 740
Property: Residential Property: Calculated affordability and style. 469
Property: Residential Property: Moves and shakers at Earthquake. 262
Property: Residential Property: Waiting for a rare town house. 519
Racing: Godolphin confident; The Oaks. 728
Racing: North Light threatens Snow Ridge. 196
Rose's first task could be to keep Green at bay; City View. 495
Rugby league: Coventry Bears. 117
Rugby union: Moseley to foster links with Worcester. 509
Rugby union: Stour move extends their Cov affiliation. 346
Schoolboy hanged himself. 178
Six-year ban for Equitable Life boss. 370
Small firms blazing leisurely trail for recovery. 216
Speedway: Swindon victory. 229
Steady as she goes does it for Speedy. 489
Tennis: All-Russian affair in women's final. 236
Tennis: Henman's day of destiny; FRENCH OPEN. 826
Tennis: Rusedski grinds through as British women fail. 535
The Post Debate: Arranged marriages: A matter of culture or a way out of dating game? Are arranged marriages becoming a thing of the past? Emma Pinch looks at the issue while two people give their views. 771
The Post Debate: Arranged marriages: Even villages in India are taking a Western view; Yes'; Arranged marriages are a thing of the past. 401
The Post Debate: Arranged marriages: I just wanted to follow Islamic guidelines; No Arranged marriages are not a thing of the past. 465
Theme for the day. 167
There's still room at the inn. 349
Tobacco firm admits sweetening cigarettes. 332
Top Tory Clarke tells of air travel frustration. 270
Transport boss: Tube is pie in sky. 450
Unhealthy diet and lifestyle add to region's crisis in heart disease. 421
Wagon looks to French connection. 557
Wallaby death boys in court. 125
Yates's shares brewing. 159

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