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

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Title Author Type Words
'I'll rot in hell before paying' vows toy boss. 272
9,000 jobs may go as Mitsubishi rescue bid gets under way. 442
A family seat with colourful history. 368
Actress Anna Lee dies. 102
Africa top of G8 agenda, says Benn. 225
Alstom rescue deal set to win approval. 184
Anniversaries. 314
Archive. 171
Art sale: Midland masters' work for auction. 99
Asylum seeker jailed for death crash. 248
Atkins-style diets impress US scientists. 166
Bank is safe as houses. 184
Bed-blocking crisis eases after fines start. 362
Birmingham Post Comment: Another fine example of empty listed building. 328
Birmingham Post Comment: Rubbish idea? 215
Birmingham Post Comment: Save the deckchair. 130
Birmingham Repertory Theatre memorabilia. 218
Bogus Pc arrested at Windsor Castle. 139
Boing, boing! pounds 20m boost for all. 330
Bosses consider cut in toll road's prices. 506
Boy, 12, guilty of sex attacks. 515
Broker gets five from FHF. 82
Business View: More flak ahead even though BA is on right course. 487
Cannabis offences falling. 206
Car accident halts couple's happy day. 191
Charity Appeals. 100
Chemical alert at city factory. 143
Collymore bound over to keep peace. 490
Cot deaths linked to car exhaust emissions. 250
Council's new recycling plan. 447
Cricket: Hall back on sidelines. 490
Cricket: Injured Vaughan doubt for first Test. 386
Culture: Fighting talk spreads peace; An American play about a hit squad of marines in the middle east could hardly be more topical. Its author talks to Keith McKenna. 789
Death crash driver is facing jail. 93
Disabled woman's benefit cut by council. 356
Doctor tells tribunal of race abuse from midwives and nurse. 318
Driving couple who died on same day are buried together. 374
E-business: 'Off-shoring' is a challenge and an opportunity. 269
E-business: A firewall is well worth the hassle to keep your computer secure. 630
E-business: AIS hopes approach will attract new users. 137
E-business: Award date nearly up. 136
E-business: Blockbuster launches new online DVD offer. 181
E-business: Fine scam uncovered. 145
E-business: Healthy website comes to fruition. 481
E-business: How Bactrac can solve the problem of returns. 582
E-business: New website is hoping to be highly quotable. 205
E-business: Prof takes UK virtual tour. 158
E-business: Sony PSP throws down gaming gauntlet to rival. 322
E-business: Time to put wretched spam in the Spamhaus. 512
E-business: Vodafone's sun fades. 183
Estate agents agree housing prices are set for dramatic slowdown. 342
Experts want duty cuts for eco-friendly home schemes. 352
Explicit film about love, not sex -star. 267
Family affair. 94
Finance workers' Unifi and Amicus agree to unify. 232
First-time buyers forced to get friendly. 502
Football: Blues get prime pair. 649
Football: CLINTON MORRISON. 301
Football: Coventry overture to Dublin. 322
Football: Latest arrival at St Andrew's puts heat on Morrison; It will be all smiles when Emile Heskey is unveiled; the man he is about to replace will be less happy, says Brian Dick. 378
Football: Self-styled Guv'nor leaves career decision to his better half. 518
Football: Thinker Dublin can go back to go forward; Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad on a Villa hero who's not stopping yet. 1033
Football: Vassell collects Eriksson's vote. 733
Gandhi to be sworn in. 87
GKN Driveline ups stake in China firm. 193
Glaxo approves bosses' pay package. 342
Hesketh sells up with a pounds 50m price tag on estate. 616
Hill's says its odds are on that winning streak. 543
Holiday homes safe from Bill. 245
In Brief: CRICKET. 111
In Brief: FOOTBALL. 117
In Brief: SPEEDWAY. 244
Leader who was loved by Sunnis and Shiites alike. 391
Letter: Bush and others should be in dock. 236
Letter: Let us spray ... 101
Letter: Reader's letter. 235
Letter: Selfridges and their store music. 176
Letter: String theory and red tape. 203
Lloyds TSB gives pounds 15m boost to homes scheme. 155
Mail bosses face closure plan quiz. 262
Man in custody accused of abducting boy. 96
Market report: Iraq bombing puts markets in tailspin. 476
Markets reel over Middle East crisis. 541
Masshouse site chosen for new law courts. 406
Mice sets sights on being cat's whiskers. 563
Moore turns up the heat on PM. 128
MP on healthy eating crusade. 337
Murder case backpacker tells of horror. 477
Muslim convert 'plotted attack'. 135
New car warranties given all-clear by OFT. 144
No cut and run, says Blair. 99
Palestinians flee from expected Gaza offensive. 364
PAT MURPHY: FOOTBALL GOOD & BAD. 2299
Perspective: Footwear that's more than a flash in the pan. 814
Perspective: Let's make Birmingham something to sing about by getting rid of this ... Paul Pearce, who is chairman of the British Cleaning Council, which organises Britain's Cleanest City Competition, looks at litter in Birmingham. The competition is being launched at a conference in Birmingham on Thursday. 1218
Pinprick drop is lethal. 177
Pinsents' appetite for dining. 181
Police stop gang stealing pounds 80m in gold and cash from Heathrow. 442
Post People: Lakeside lunch. 190
Private pupils favoured by top colleges -report. 476
Queen Mother's room to be opened to the public. 692
Race case nurse claims tribunal win. 120
Racing: Gatwick looks ready to fly home. 208
Real best friend. 88
Resort at sea over deckchairs. 90
Review: Space: the final frontier; Fay Ripley tells Sarah Waterfall the mercenary reasons behind allowing the cameras into her home. 667
Review: Sumptuous, supple and serene; Chandos Symphony Orchestra Forum Theatre, Malvern. 255
Review: Underpowered choir fail to lift emotions; City of Birmingham Choir Symphony Hall. 246
Rhodia looks on bright side despite loss. 414
Road crash death toll rises to eight. 137
RUGBY UNION: Woodward reveals personnel but not plans for Southern test. 654
Rural Matters: Collaboration can be the key to boosting country success. 580
Rural Matters: How agriculture plays a role in helping prisoners; It may be seen as a diminishing industry, but agriculture is playing a vital role in the rehabilitation of prisoners. Rural Affairs Reporter Sarah Probert spoke to inmates about how life on a Midland farm has taught them many valuable lessons. 772
Rural Matters: Market Masters: We're all off to market. 588
Rural Matters: Son gives lessons about life on farm. 320
Scene of carnage: Iraqi leader assassinated in Baghdad. 298
Seven US guards charged. 95
Shrinking coastline. 91
Sky-high oil prices hit BA's fortunes. 511
Soldiers hurt in gas bomb explosion. 480
Speed camera fines hit pounds 2m. 506
Store plans would be kickstart for Shirley, claim developers. 324
Survey warns of black hole for financial sector. 376
Tesco's success taking workers in to big league. 587
Theme for the day. 164
Virgin puts back debut of big Airbus. 544
Wedding day: US stages first gay marriages. 252
Wesleyan's new chief. 198
Workers threatened in Mac raid. 136
Wynnstay abandons roots with AIM listing. 296

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