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

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Title Author Type Words
600ft tower plan back on track. 565
Abuse case doctor to face inquiry over diagnoses. 612
Academies to spearhead anti-social behaviour offensive. 185
Accountants brought to book. 103
AChild abuse ring raids. 101
Airline's passenger numbers recover from last year's downturn. 384
Alarm firm poised to move in Down Under. 193
Anniversaries. 306
Archive. 208
Bank stays behind overseas forum. 210
Birmingham Forward. 135
Birmingham Post Comment: Arena plan could still be another tall storey. 389
Birmingham Post Comment: Name blame. 206
Birmingham Post Comment: Toilet humour. 129
Brewing up a merger cost storm. 373
Bronze delight: Statue marks benefactor's silver jubilee. 88
Brunel's iron bridge is saved. 638
Bullring blueprint for success. 329
Bush war machine turns fire on Kerry. 484
Call centre support plan. 192
Care team to tackle problems. 514
Chief quits as merger talks go on. 339
City View: 'Greenfinger' -the ITV boss with the midas touch. 491
Co-op planning boost for Fairtrade and Third World suppliers. 430
Commercial Property: 'Oven ready' land worth more. 527
Commercial Property: Capital location for office group ECC. 168
Commercial Property: Flooding issue can delay work. 413
Commercial Property: Freehold lease fills new space quickly. 294
Commercial Property: New deal demonstrates strong demand. 212
Commercial Property: New tenants for arcade. 106
Commercial Property: Planning boss will explain all at forum. 221
Cook smuggles vegetables into school dinners. 187
County bosses claim rural economy is getting back on feet. 432
Couple in court fight for care daughter. 358
CRICKET: Chris Taylor. 94
CRICKET: Collingwood seizes opportunity to shine. 630
CRICKET: Dougie Brown. 90
Culture: Art legacy of subject-matter over quality; Why does Coventry's public art gallery have such a poor collection for a city of its size? Perhaps because of the misconceived policy of its first director, suggests Terry Grimley. 1120
Culture: Hit after hit in the bag and Barbara's best is yet to come; From the folk clubs of Edinburgh to international success with 1985 hit I Know Him So Well, Barbara Dickson's career has epitomised the rags-to-riches tale. The Scottish singer spoke to Magda Ibrahim as she prepares for the release of her new album during a mammoth UK tour. 909
Culture: Music straight from the heart; It takes a lot for a Danish band to make a double platinum album in their home country. Lead singer Kasper Eistrup tells Mikkel Odgaard why Kashmir, which launches its UK tour in Wolverhampton tonight, are better than the rest. 647
Decision to sell was difficult, says Linpac. 586
Depressed Collymore checks into clinic after sex admission. 414
Digital map will help householders insure against flood damage. 398
Dividend returns to software supplier. 355
Doctors backtrack over jab claims. 499
Ex-Wolves ace admits third drink offence. 199
Football boss knows nothing about football. 231
Football: Albion the equal of leaders Norwich. 647
Football: Black committed to loan duo. 436
Football: Faulkner calls in specialist as Moor injuries weaken squad. 446
Football: It's Sofia so good as Owen hits form; UEFA CUP. 390
Football: Keates calling on Harriers to make crucial capital; THIRD DIVISION. 382
Football: Positive Wolves show their teeth as relegation battle goes to wire. 731
Football: Savage drives Blues on road to Europe; Birmingham City 3 Middlesbrough 1. 1004
Football: Unlucky Walsall are prey for Cats; FIRST DIVISION Walsall 1 Sunderland 3. 934
Football: Vassell in race to impress Eriksson; INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL. 581
Four vicars and a tourist hotspot. 269
French rail facing bomb threat. 281
Friends looks to India for professional underwriting. 500
Girl's death remains a mystery. 336
GOLF: Blatant fleecing of getaway golfer gives course for complaint. 974
GOLF: Woods rises to increase of raucous atmosphere. 420
High Court demo tinged with sadness for families. 438
HOCKEY: Great Britain. 108
Hospital pays compensation after pensioner's death. 290
Husband accepts killer's appeal. 284
Industry perception is worse than reality. 589
It's a wrap on reverse takeover of film firm. 407
Italian police investigate rape claim by Briton. 153
Job cuts will increase firm's shake-up costs to pounds 65m. 451
Labour set for action against Short. 455
Letter: Conflicting stories about new library. 450
Letter: On track for public transport. 360
Letter: Saying with a grain of truth. 96
Letter: Time to think again on an England-Scotland split. 261
Letter: When will Mr Hoon resign? 96
Live match coverage prompts rethink on pub televisions; Half-time results: Wetherspoon wants to score with soccer fans. 601
Manufacturing: 21-year-old's turnover to exceed pounds 1 /2m. 607
Manufacturing: Asian car firms reap benefits of dollar weaknesses. 667
Manufacturing: Bertrandt beats illustrious rivals in soapbox race. 222
Manufacturing: Currency issue may stop Nissan production. 678
Manufacturing: Cuts show up UK job drain. 105
Manufacturing: PSA diesel registration hits 27pc in Britain. 274
Market report: Interest rate worries keep Footsie down. 512
MG Rover the best deal for us, say Poles. 399
Mother finds her 'fire death' daughter. 365
Mother's emotional trauma after daughter put into care. 429
MP attacks 'unloved and useless assembly'. 356
MP attacks Jowell food ad decision. 344
MPC urged to go easy on interest rates. 600
Mucklow is biding its time. 620
New university grant aid 'not enough for long term'. 500
New-look estate: Castle Vale revamp unveiled. 83
NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Moor Green. 116
Oh Mr Porter what can I do? I want to go to London but I need the loo. 307
Online deal expected to save firm pounds 4m a year. 447
Payout to TV boss attacked by union. 502
Perspective: Double Whammy!; Now you see it, now you don't . . A couple of surprising news items lead to muse on cultural conjuring tricks. 1759
Perspective: Something in the air -and it's not Duran Duran. 841
Phase two highlights new market confidence; Fresh demand: Catesby's pounds 3m development. 317
Police 'sickened' by their rapist colleague. 370
Police arrest Downing on threat charge. 233
Police name railway line death man. 220
Post People: Bank's Highland fling of thanks. 232
pounds 15m fund for culture projects. 415
pounds 6 billion fraud man in court. 150
Prince's mission: Harry joins fight against Aids. 129
Prosecutors object to driver's oral defence. 227
Racing: Hoping for the Best Mate. 796
Racing: Lotus has the speed to score at Ludlow. 290
Rates rise predicted as house market boils. 268
Reviews: In the presence of genius; Suddenly Last Summer Malvern Festival Theatre. 485
Reviews: Mellow glow and friendly vibrations; Bill Frisell & Djelimady Tounkara CBSO Centre, Birmingham. 293
Reviews: Riches galore from JS Bach; The Bach Players Barber Institute. 241
Reviews: Select fans were out in force; Steve Winwood Alexandra Theatre. 257
Rising star was travelling at 'break-neck speeds'. 712
RMC job losses won't result in site closures insist bosses. 396
RUGBY UNION: England Under-19 squad. 112
RUGBY UNION: Laporte looks for class action from French. 398
RUGBY UNION: Skipper respects threat of Irish; SIX NATIONS. 602
RUGBY UNION: Twin motivation spurs O'Driscoll's underdogs. 533
Shell bosses quit over reserves 'mistake'. 373
Shoppers in feat at car parks. 306
Six in court over pirate radio. 142
Stella predicts a golden future for jewellers. 230
Street light hat-trick for Hill & Smith. 169
Suspect admits building cell for Belgium child-sex ring. 351
Ten-year service deal for Singapore. 313
Terror suspects back home within days. 376
Theme for the day. 162
University link helps build for the future. 324
Villagers under seige use metals for mast protection. 542
Walker gloomy as profits tumble. 329
We are being served while sector grows. 564
Westbury's growth deal. 186
Work starts on high-tech river barrier in Bewdley. 292

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