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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 16, 2004)

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'Rain Man's' feat earns him place in record books. 417
A Brecht from the norm for Josette; Actress and director Josette Bushell-Mingo talks to Terry Grimley about her production of a Brecht classic. 515
A touch of Frost; Charlie Melvin takes a call from Kirsty McGee. 1336
Aid workers killed in shooting. 138
Anniversaries. 305
Anti-fat drug can also fight prostate cancer. 139
Archbishop apologises for scroll treatment. 448
Archive. 258
Armless, pregnant woman joins Nelson. 122
ATV pioneer Warman dead. 171
Auto Data moves in on DCS. 227
Aviation policy will rock global warming. 137
Barclays backs deal for handwash firm. 172
Birmingham Post Comment: Basket case. 98
Birmingham Post Comment: Short was weapon of mass distraction. 359
Birmingham Post Comment: Whitehall snobs. 209
Bomb team thwarts US base attack. 230
Brakes put on 80mph plan. 144
Britons resent rising tax bill. 93
Businesses worried by government borrowing. 308
Chamber revamp will spice up city. 461
College's new learning centre. 213
Commons report admits Redcaps were ill-equipped. 540
Cookson set to dispose of its city operation. 455
Couple keep 314-year tradition. 168
Cricket: Harmison reaping handsome rewards. 341
Death crash pair escape back to Sri Lankan home. 357
Desperate state of city's housing. 433
Dig that: JCB used in Dome gems raid up for auction. 336
Drinks industry faces tougher clampdown. 873
E-business: Banks lose billions in web 'phishing' scam. 554
E-business: Broadcaster launches upmarket novel venue. 201
E-business: Co-op team scoops four awards for design work. 268
E-business: IT giants join forces to set up service. 260
E-business: Midlanders oblivious to threat to virtual info. 253
E-business: Open house for software. 91
E-business: Out with the nerds and oldies -keep building the PC mountain. 521
E-business: Regaining control of websites. 234
E-business: Smart card approach to beat hackers. 618
E-business: Switch routes through maze. 323
E-business: T@lecom in link with phone firm. 167
E-business: Uniform data is a saviour. 103
E-business: Web companies sue 'spammers' in new lawsuit. 329
E-business: Website with all the whistles and bells is yours at the touch of a button. 719
Election battle lines drawn tomorrow, insists Letwin. 380
Europe stands silent in tribute to Madrid dead and injured. 292
Extreme sport filled with danger. 441
Extremists stifle debate on asylum, claims MP. 407
Fire horror of trapped skip boy. 170
Football: Aitken: Samuel's England future. 913
Football: Burley's experience increases Saddlers' survival aspirations. 736
Football: Depleted Harriers in need of iron will; THIRD DIVISION. 333
Football: Gee prepared to sacrifice Sylla's promise for short-term salvation; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 400
FOOTBALL: Hughes hits Euro trail. 800
Football: Jones takes heart from derby upsets; FA TROPHY. 298
FOOTBALL: Megson calls on Horsfield to increase goal count. 741
Football: No happy ending for Ince as sinking feeling grows at Wolves. 606
Fort Dunlop to be reborn as 21st century city landmark. 347
Friends in need of a firmer hand; Philharmonia of the Nations Symphony Hall. 266
Georgica to drop its pubs and clubs arm. 457
Gin is off the nation's shopping list. 210
House prices rolling along. 91
Iraq death inquiry call. 449
Joint firm sold for pounds 67m Business. 442
Letter: In Brief. 112
Letter: In Brief. 99
Letter: In Brief. 105
Letter: No compromise on library. 461
Letter: Retort House plan is a golden opportunity. 525
Letter: Vested interests rule GM debate. 167
Letter: Wife swappers wanted. 164
Lucky Escape. 80
Lulu at Symphony Hall, Birmingham; She may have already dueted with Take That and David Bowie, but last night sixties pop icon Lulu was spending a night with Birmingham Labour councillor Steve Bedser. The member for Longbridge swapped the council chamber for Symphony Hall to give readers of The Post his views on whether after 40 years in the charts, the Glaswegian songstress can still Shout with the best of them. 226
Mail threat grows. 83
Man denies bomb threat at Wimbledon. 87
Market Report: Madrid factor hits both sides of Pond. 510
Microsoft sees tough sanctions in Europe. 374
Midlands tops mobile fines league. 189
Minimum wage rise gets mixed reaction. 362
Monastery aid. 91
Mother takes brother to tribunal after pregnancy dispute at their work. 365
Motorcycle death. 82
My night in with Graham Norton; Post writers mind their language in a look at words A grumpy Sid Langley stumbles across some newly-minted terms. 1343
Myths, Islam and women. 113
Nanny goes into overdrive -hands-free, of course; Business View. 540
New plan to create a skilful workforce. 355
New site to create jobs at Headlam. 506
New Spanish PM to end troops' Iraq role. 726
Painting of drugs girl Rachel revolts family. 535
Painting of drugs girl Rachel revolts family. 601
PAT MURPHY COLUMN: Nothing wrong with stars drinking. 522
PAT MURPHY COLUMN: Warne the secret of Aussies' lasting reign. 335
Pete popping off. 80
Police charged with conspiracy. 87
Police could charge drivers at roadside. 338
Police killer appeals over secret tapes. 320
Police share intelligence. 130
Post Office debate rolls on. 469
Post People: Whisky galore for the Welsh. 127
Pre-Budget Special: Business focuses on forecasts for economy; In the frame: Deloitte partner surveys what local chief executives want Tax partner at Deloitte Nigel Pickard looks at what the Budget may have in store for business. 628
Pre-Budget Special: Venture capitalists are out smelling the money again. 404
Pre-Budget Special: Will Brown hide tax rises? 1488
Property group still keen on growth. 263
Putin promises open politics. 160
Racing: Good grounds for optimism. 334
Racing: In his first column for The Birmingham Post, the Alvechurch trainer offers his thoughts on today's runners and riders at the Festival. 305
Racing: Rooster set for repeat win; Racing: The Cheltenham Festival. 619
Refusal to panic helps turn loss into profit. 342
Revealed: The radical new look for one of Birmingham's most distinctive landmarks. 101
Rugby Union: Back quits internationals. 317
RUGBY UNION: Barlow is ready to graduate for Bees. 344
Rugby Union: Woodward: I'll deliver a new England. 820
Rural Matters: Cows' diet produces healthier milk yield. 239
Rural Matters: Cull not solution to badger problem. 755
Rural Matters: Force honours wildlife officer. 202
Rural Matters: How on-line world has created business level playing field. 388
Rural Matters: Judge attacks Defra's 'inexcusable' behaviour towards farm couple. 400
Rural Matters: Trust includes boar in new census. 366
Scientists announce discovery of new planet. 301
Scientists to confirm discovery of new planet. 178
Shareholders back Singh takeover. 102
Show added pounds 85m to local economy. 281
Skydive tragedy for news reader; Extreme sport filled with danger. 566
Smiths Group takes over US firm in pounds 57m swoop. 136
Solihull pregnancy shock. 322
Spelman in Howard team. 99
Stab heroine honoured. 267
Stressbuster to ease pressures on council. 339
Talking of chancellors and other monsters; In another topical look at meanings, Alexander Tulloch considers what chancellor means. 615
Theme for the day. 209
Threat of rebellion forces government to back down. 463
Transport police face budget cuts. 183
University project should mean number is up for growing maths crisis. 254
War planning fatally flawed. 631
Welconstruct's future secured in overhaul. 264
Whitehall snobbery hits job relocation plans. 434
Why I'm raising a glass to binge drinking. 784
Woodland Grange plans pounds 5m expansion. 265

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