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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 29, 2004)

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A flamboyant figure with an eye for a deal and a feisty temper. 522
Anniversaries: Birthdays. 83
Anniversaries: On This Day. 195
Appointments: Tony is building his future with Ashford. 488
Appointments: You don't have to sack your weakest link. 535
Archive. 188
Archive: Sunbeam glory days were all go; Sunbeam bicycles were first made in 1887; by 1899 the name Sunbeam could equally well be applied to cars and later Sunbeams took to the skies. Chris Upton traces the company's history. 1028
ATHLETICS: Devonish bids to get up to speed for Olympics. 466
ATHLETICS: Harriers world-record Diane returns; The first woman to break five minutes for the mile talks to Tom McCook. 849
Attacker who raped and murdered pensioner jailed for life. 434
Bank Holiday to mark start of months of traffic disruption. 416
Bbbbbig hitters knock opposition for six. 329
BBC says sorry after show copies text from Channel 4. 350
Bill may force couple's split; Four years after a sex change, Christine Timbrell can now obtain a new birth certificate legally recognising her as a woman. But to do so, it will mean divorcing her wife of 36 years, as Political Editor Jonathan Walker reports. 584
BOOK REVIEW - Quinn's life of bevvies, bets and blondes; Who Ate All The Pies? Mick Quinn with Oliver Harvey (Virgin Books pounds 7.99) 4SportsBooks.co.uk price: pounds 6.39. 458
Boy posed as spy to arrange own suicide. 672
Brewer is encouraged by rise in pub sales. 330
BUSINESSOF SPORT: Volvo decision driven by need for worldwide appeal. 804
Channel Five shows changed BNP broadcast. 383
Comfortable journey with quality of service guarantee. 546
Country's fattiest food revealed by watchdog. 364
Cricket: Astle best on New Zealand's half-decent day. 606
Cricket: Bicknell has four figures in rare Surrey win; COUNTY REVIEW. 437
Cricket: BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE - Lightning to strike among showers. 366
Cricket: England gamble if Giles is axed. 575
Cricket: Moody planning to blow away Worcester's blues; CHELTENHAM & GLOUCESTER TROPHY Worcestershire v Somerset. 732
Cricket: Tufnell striding out on a diverse career; George Dobell puts his best foot forward to catch up with a cricketer turned celebrity. 1125
Cricket: Warwickshire momentum threatened by in-form Key and Sami; Warwickshire v Kent. 525
Difficult start for UK travel company. 473
Divorce in London most costly in world. 264
Drugs case pair jailed for ten years. 289
Education woes are MPs fault, says head. 495
Ex-Tory leader's pounds 300,000 legal bill. 293
Football: Booth stays positive in Stags hunt; THIRD DIVISION. 232
Football: Butterflies'n'blur; playing for England; The Worcester City goalkeeper tells Colin Stoner of his pride in representing his country. 494
Football: Fans vow to find bucks for Telford. 304
Football: Floodlights row can't dim Adders. 362
Football: Goodfellow bids to heal heartache; SECOND DIVISION. 226
Football: Green's future still unclear. 280
Football: Hammers need Premier status; FIRSTDIVISION. 576
Football: Hughes wants to end Blues agony. 483
Football: Palmer's joy turns to despair. 244
Football: Reds sign up Hollis. 197
Football: Too soon for Gray elegy at Palace. 510
FORMULA ONE: Button's sceptical as Raikkonen sets pace; EUROPEAN GRAND PRIX. 816
Garden variety. 172
GOLF: All is Rosey in the garden. 1288
GOLF: Webster sees difference a day makes with decent putts. 973
Green hoping to make M&S bid next week. 383
Green's interest follows dip in recovery. 579
Hain calls Caborn's Cadbury comments 'indefensible'. 378
High-tech approach to crime fighting. 606
HOCKEY: Wasteful Reading struggle. 351
HSBC boss hits back in attack on fat cat pay. 468
INDY 500: Wheldon absorbs pre-race tension. 416
Ironing to be thing of past. 142
Judge sets trial date in Jacko case. 206
Land Rover bosses are called to Commons. 419
Letter: A recipe for disaster. 124
Letter: Aiding and abetting developers? 141
Letter: Giving parents help on sex talk. 240
Letter: Golfing record bid. 335
Letter: Grand euphemism. 82
Market Report: American market's poor start leaves Footsie 22.9 points adrift. 342
McDonald's in hospital ban. 175
Moss Bros finds sales conditions suitable. 323
MOTOR CYCLING: Speedy Chili turns Monza corner. 418
New currency from independence party. 312
No bonus pay for Watts. 242
Paragon seals its biggest deal. 194
People-smuggling gang jailed for twenty years. 613
Personal Finance: Borrowing advice that's easy. 218
Personal Finance: Buy-to-let interest remains on a high. 359
Personal Finance: Don't just rely on equity for income. 324
Personal Finance: From now on we are working for ourselves. 431
Personal Finance: Garage could save 20pc. 176
Personal Finance: House of horror: Buyers beware of grisly history. 191
Personal Finance: Know your rights, smile and haggle. 831
Personal Finance: New rules mean more protection. 256
Personal Finance: Pension choices leaving people paralysed by fear. 568
Personal Finance: Teenagers portfolio makes a 201pc profit. 326
Personal Finance: We waste 2.6million miles worth of Big Macs every year. 405
Perspective: Kabul, where nowt ever gets finished; On a recent visit to Afghanistan, Birmingham MP Gisela Stuart was impressed by efforts to stamp out the heroin trade. But she believes the country has a long way to go. 1196
Perspective: The Iron Angle - What all the election arithmetic adds up to; Local government under scrutiny with a slant. 629
Pinochet loses his immunity. 571
Police end 'club-class' conspiracy; A scam to smuggle illegal immigrants into the Midlands in five-star luxury was smashed following an investigation by police in France and the UK, writes Crime Reporter John Revill. 673
Popular paintings fetch nearly pounds 1m. 269
Progress in Afghanistan very slow, says Stuart. 337
Race to be lobby group boss begins. 445
Racing: Batman can serve up triumph. 660
Racing: Emotion wins day. 157
Racing: Jockey Club demand proof of fixing claim. 629
Racing: Seafield Towers has class to sprint home. 545
Racing: Stalls threat to Royal Ascot. 169
Region's shoppers urged to 'off road it'. 234
Rugby Union: ASTON: Rapid rise with a dash of daring; Moseley's record-scorer tells Brian Dick of his surprising ascendency. 907
RUGBY UNION: Bath look to put surprise sting in Wasps' tale; PREMIERSHIP FINALS. 492
RUGBY UNION: Lomu tips weakened England as summer Test favourites. 677
RUGBY UNION: Vyvyan aiming to grab star role on the big stage. 564
Sting will play NEC in November. 167
Store given go-ahead. 81
Surgeon to be named Iraq's new premier. 411
Surgeon to be the new Iraqi PM. 184
Swindells' suspect remanded in custody. 109
TENNIS: Aggressive Henman proves power levels; FRENCH OPEN. 739
Tennis: British sight to behold. 443
Tennis: French challenge starts to flourish; THE WOMEN. 537
The Birmingham Post comment: It's time to let teachers get on with their jobs. 388
The Birmingham Post comment: Libs faking it. 215
The Birmingham Post comment: Mercenary Mercia. 108
The Business Profile: Katie Brown - A desire to be the best helps Katie focus on job; Martin Faint talks to Katie Brown, who runs Solihull employment agency Kate & Co. 1582
THE SATURDAYI NTERVIEW: Jonah Lomu - On the wing and a prayer; A rising star takes his first steps on the bigger stage while a world legend fights illness to return to the international spotlight The New Zealand star tells Brian Dick about his struggle with ill-health. 1423
Theme for the day. 150
Time to pull the plug on reality TV. 247
Top chef's plan for boutique hotel. 311
Top kennels celebrates pounds 3m makeover; Hot dogs: Heated floors part of modernisation plan. 343
Umbro forced to slash its flotation price. 425
Vanunu was trying to stop 'new holocaust'. 361
W&DB on shortlist for Inns buy-out. 170
Weekend: Antiques/collecting - All lit up for auction; Old cigarette lighters are auction room favourites. Could it soon be glass milk bottles? asks Richard Edmonds. 1177
Weekend: Antiques/collecting - Lasting testament to the heroes of Normandy. 888
Weekend: Books - Bestsellers. 158
Weekend: Books - Children's books. 255
Weekend: Books - Mike Ripley's Crime File. 731
Weekend: Books - Nick turns nothing into something. 1099
Weekend: Books - Reviews. 609
Weekend: Books - The literary heavyweights who make Hay. 537
Weekend: Culture - Curb your enthusiasm. 560
Weekend: Culture - Jazz CDs of the week. 432
Weekend: Culture - What might have been for Mario. 613
Weekend: Culture - World CD of the week. 545
Weekend: Family Life - Escape from Comfort Zone; Forget Dinkys, today's young Birmingham professionals are a generation of Stallers. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves explains. 1381
Weekend: Family Life - Pack up your troubles and escape to a new country; Creating a new life abroad has always been a popular dream. But, as Emma Pomfret discovers, it is becoming a reality for an increasing number of people. 864
Weekend: Family Life - Setting aside your worries to take the plunge. 159
Weekend: Food - Eat your way to a longer life in 14 steps. 907
Weekend: Food - Paris in Birmingham; In just a few short months Paris has become established as the jewel in Birmingham's culinary crown. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves meets the men with the simple formula for success. 1242
Weekend: Home & Gardens - Admire other people's gardens this Bank Holiday. 243
Weekend: Home & Gardens - Chelsea can be done at home. 231
Weekend: Home & Gardens - Cut down on waste -get to grips with compost. 560
Weekend: Home & Gardens - Don't get knotted on gadgets. 1389
Weekend: Home & Gardens - Garden diary. 325
Weekend: Home & Gardens - Gardening chores. 142
Weekend: Pastimes - Church with a view Rambling. 834
Weekend: Review - The sound of Bruckner's silence. 286
Weekend: Side Orders. 484
Weekend: Still wild about Harry. 2270
Weekend: The Saturday Interview - 'I am thankful for having had breast cancer'. 1847
Weekend: Travel - Cash-savers for Euro 2004 fans. 282
Weekend: Travel - Hell and high water. 1375
Weekend: Travel - Portugal without football. 1114
Weekend: Venus, the star turn; Night Sky Diary for June. 1006
Wembley arch: London skyline gets a new feature. 119
Wragge & Co partners decide on taking a pay cut. 605
You're a stupid boy Pike! 1313

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