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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 3, 2004)

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'Champions' disagree on effect of Bullring. 461
'Governator' softens stance on gay issue. 222
A city born out of sheer hard work and vision; Those who oppose visionary plans for a pounds 175 million library would take Birmingham down the road to mediocrity, says city council leader Sir Albert Bore. 907
A long swim ahead. 226
Ab Franks; Hannah Stephenson meets Ab Fab's inspiration and woman of vision, Lynne Franks. 1112
American agents forced me to leave, claims exiled Haitian leader. 368
Angry workers lobby Government over cash for their lost pensions. 454
Arafat advisor shot. 95
Archive: 25 years ago. 240
Archive: Anniversaries. 310
Archive: Theme for the day. 157
AWM scraps Longbridge IKEA plan. 230
Badminton: Depleted Warwickshire bow out with whimper. 248
Banging the drum in defence of those awful jibes; Jazz Diary. 689
Banker denies paying secretary for cover up. 491
Bard town rap for plan bias. 491
Birmingham Post Comment: A welcome measure to safeguard our future. 417
Birmingham Post Comment: Developing ideas. 192
Birmingham Post Comment: Ringing 999. 140
Birmingham slips further behind as economic 'brain drain' heads north. 380
Blaze girl alive. 84
Bride finally sorts out wedding tangle. 286
Britannic back in the divdends. 292
Building industry growth up. 263
Cash levels can make you poor warns expert. 293
CBI wants Brown to bond with business. 465
China's expansion is big threat to industry. 644
Coca-Cola facing tap water probe. 233
Controversy is Collymore's regular partner. 498
Council tax bills kept down by Government's capping threat. 529
Councillors express doubts over Metro route. 338
Couple escape the dark side. 676
Crash delay driver dies. 118
Credit spending sprees are supporting economy. 342
Crematorium lawsuit. 118
Cricket: Butcher's injury unsettles wayward tourists. 629
Cricket: Butcher's injury unsettles wayward tourists. 926
Cricket: Under-19s run out of World Cup chances. 405
Design award. 85
Disappearing props gave a theatre group good vibrations; Amateur theatre. 1255
Dog drug boost for Dechra. 316
Drink-drive success. 229
EAT TO THE BEAT; Jo Clements explains how pop's softer side is appealing to the masses. 907
Edgar crosses the divide and comes home; David Edgar's Continental Divide offers the unique prospect of two plays by a Birmingham writer coming to the city in American productions. Terry Grimley meets the author. 1507
Elle's sexy mag ad banned. 283
Failed suicide. 111
Families condemn suspect's jail term. 271
Football: Dugarry puts Bruce on edge. 818
Football: Hednesford on a high after sealing Trophy semi spot; NON-LEAGUE. 839
Football: Jones remains convinced Wolves can make little bit of history. 385
Football: Keates stunner is pure poetry; THIRD DIVISION: Kidderminster Harriers 2 Northampton Town 1. 621
Football: Megson delighted as battling Baggies make crucial point; Norwich City 0 West Bromwich Albion 0. 831
Football: Outspoken Bates makes dramatic exit from Chelsea. 327
Football: Richmond plays down involvement in Leeds bid. 319
Football: Robson declares that squabbling Toon are united; UEFA CUP. 885
Football: Shearer helps net ten-man Coventry a defiant victory; FIRST DIVISION: Cardiff City 0 Coventry City 1. 861
Football: Taylor proves he's fit for the fight; The Birmingham City keeper shows that today's game demands a new approach, reports Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad. 1470
Force recruits up across region. 261
Forgive me, sorry Stan begs friends. 549
Freight deal creates new inland port. 495
Future lifestyle trends to be weary of. 571
Fyffes beats banana skin of summer heatwave. 344
Gaelic football skipper dead at 24. 457
Get tough on nuisance neighbours, says Blears. 275
Good performance wins an extra pounds 800,000. 190
Government officials deny Jones 'show trial' rumour. 168
Group wants inquiry on Blair 'war crimes'. 270
Hall Green stab victim critical as ex-husband dies on rail line. 400
Have-a-go hero's wife sobs as killer is jailed. 516
Hospital says sorry to cancer sufferer. 511
House of Fraser: The light fantastic. 1125
Ice crisis critic launches firm to prevent a repeat. 662
Interest rate rise had 'no effect on homes demand'. 742
Investors find publishing merger to be page turner. 527
Is Government response merely smoke and mirrors? 579
It's time to champion the Union flag in the shops; We all have the power to influence the economic state of the UK by buying goods that are made here, says Steve Curtis. 837
Lending boss to replace departing chief executive at B&B's helm. 443
Letter: Calls for help from readers. 101
Letter: Calls for help from readers. 95
Letter: Hamstrung Britain is at EU's mercy. 434
Letter: Have a heart and help out. 136
Letter: Let us fly from a local airport. 184
Man injured in machete bar attack. 208
Managers to focus on the growing rail market; Buyout: Marcroft bosses acquire firm from CAIB Holdings. 437
Market Report: Investors cashing in halts Footsie repeat. 509
Medicated followers of fashion; Emma Pomfret proceeds with caution through a minefield of potential injuries in the modern household. 552
Merry Hill a bright spot for the owners. 338
Midlands police accidents on the increase. 299
Midlands will feel pinch over China's steely appetite; City View. 507
Miliband wants to see US-style proms. 246
Mistakes weren't a Shaw thing. 629
Mother and lover 'battered disabled girl'. 310
Motors: Germans to crank up production of Oxford-made Mini, says Ganal. 653
Motors: New Rover V8 unveiled at Geneva motor show. 766
Motors: Volvo's car for the girls, by the girls. 219
New deals give WYG pre-tax rise of pounds 2.93m. 252
New patient magazine is a UK first. 396
New survey proves Brum is world class. 523
Offers: Classic getaway; Win a weekend break in Emily Bronte country. 572
Offers: Fantastic offers from Classic British Hotels. 217
Offers: The Mailbox: Spoil your mother at The Mailbox; Win a meal for four plus spa pampering. 400
On show: The 114th Crufts opens tomorrow. 85
Outdoor adult 'fun and frolics' not without risks, warns expert. 478
Parents to challenge judgement over child. 393
Pervert hunt centres on Midlands. 162
Police bell initiative helping Aston residents clean up community. 344
Police investigating Houllier death-threat. 245
Porn 'trainspotter' jailed over haul of indecent pictures. 452
Porn 'trainspotter' sent down for indecent pictures haul. 452
Post People: Fun of the fare. 245
Post People: Jogging memories. 164
Post People: Landmark launch. 241
Post People: Laws, ladies and gentlemen. 244
Post People: Solo efforts. 93
Post People: Sweet soul music. 175
Post People: The Ka's the star. 131
Post People: Trading places. 94
Printing firm's pounds 5m move. 157
Prisoner vote bid. 212
Racing: Fallon in hot water. 594
Racing: Gifford eyes Newbury route to Aintree. 417
Racing: Swinburn to take up training. 304
Rail truck deaths men questioned by police. 276
Rehabilitation: West Midlands approach to resettling offenders praised. 379
Resistance fighter: Aussie Nancy, 91, inspired Charlotte Gray novel. 280
Review: Honours for those in service to music; Birmingham Conservatoire Wind Orchestra Adrian Boult Hall. 242
Review: Rockin' on but the cheese is off; Gareth Gates: NEC Arena. 271
Review: TV Choice; Frasier. 202
Rugby Union: Bees maintaining twin fronts in fight to reach Twickenham. 692
Rugby Union: Bees stir glorious memories. 881
Rugby Union: England welcome Back in effort to raise their game. 568
Rugby Union: O'Sullivan inspired by Twickenham challenge. 327
Sandwell College to axe 100 in fraud row. 510
Seasons to be cheerful; Colin & Justin The Post's house makeover experts reveal how to create new looks from old by accessorising appropriately for the time of year. 1035
Serco stock upgraded following profits lift. 349
Sex-killers buried two girls alive, court told; Stone faced: Defendants look on during second day of case that shocked a nation. 345
Shiite's bloodiest day since end of Iraq war. 667
Slump hits Tibbet profit. 161
Splash out for the 'must-have' gadget. 332
Steel proving a problem for region. 393
Successful launch for Euro space chase. 87
Survey to question public on GPs' care. 188
Table Talk: That sinking feeling; Alison Davison gambles on a re-review of an old venue but finds it more than a little washed up: Brown's, South Quay, Worcester 01905 26263 HHH. 885
Technology use highest in Midlands. 226
Telecom slump hits Lavendon. 324
Telegraph pole crash kills city councillor. 259
The Promise: A play on gang violence in Birmingham. 274
Tory anger at plans to rename CPS. 543
Tory's name town nominee. 126
Troubled star checks into Priory clinic. 518
UN report questions WMD claim. 295
Upmarket Savills rakes in pounds 35.3m after 'very good year'. 350
Vicar will miss city life when he is made bishop. 300
Wet enough for Martians. 139
WINE STYLE: On the Grapevine; Clive Platman samples wines for everyday drinking. 914

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