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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 7, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
'More lorries using M6 toll road'. 367
Alitalia clinches deal to axe staff. 197
Anger as porn-case policeman walks free. 495
Anniversaries. 286
Archive. 154
Autumn leaves MG fall. 772
Backing for pounds 1.06bn helicopter sell-off. 296
Banker's reign in Spain may be over. 311
Barbecue killings apology by police. 320
Birmingham man to stand trial after Tenerife death. 214
Birmingham Post comment: Ill-founded comments are a gross distortion. 353
Birmingham Post comment: It's just Sod's Law. 139
Birmingham Post comment: Racism not proven. 200
Black cabs still in red but fare better. 529
Black Country & Industrial: Innovative firms reap benefits of BCI grants. 407
Black Country: Action call as big shed capacity shrinks up. 616
Black Country: IMAGE? WHAT IMAGE? Is the Black Country still something of an unknown quantity outside of the West Midlands? Ian Halstead reports on the debate at the latest Business Property Forum. 717
Black Country: Praise for regeneration company supremos. 356
Blair welcomes Turks. 176
Breast cancer case win for mother who died. 750
Brum lawyer noted for net contribution. 320
Brutal attack on widow, 89. 179
Business Property: Bully for Brindleyplace. 458
Buyout for vitamin firm. 180
Cala funds Langstone's flats scheme. 588
Carphone Warehouse on the line with good news. 499
Chance is lost to change EU constitution, says MP. 543
Chouchoute. 138
City View: Are there tears on the way over two-tier economy? 511
Competition: WHERE IS IT? Identify the building, tell us where it is and you could win a case of top-quality wine. 194
Conservative Party Conference: Blair failure to plan has created Iraq 'half-war'. 346
Conservative Party Conference: Brum MP says tide is turning. 285
Conservative Party Conference: Davis pledges to launch war against drugs in cities. 381
Conservative Party Conference: Plan for pensions dignity and security. 266
Conservative Party Conference: Tories can win at polls says leader. 523
Conservative Party Conference: Tories spread word on timetable for action. 133
Conservative Party Conference: We're cool, says Boris. 132
Cricket: Aussies in charge despite Kumble milestone. 551
CRICKET: In brief. 138
Cricket: Warwicks change of heart angers Hogg. 161
Culture Vulture: Joe's hittin' the hi spots. 668
Culture: Puccini wings it to Malvern Theatre; Christopher Morley previews the week ahead on the classical music stage. 494
Culture: Sax and the city; With members from all over the country and plans for a piece featuring tubax and soprillo, the Birmingham-based National Saxophone Choir is Britain's widest-ranging sax ensemble, writes Clare Mackney. 1249
Desmond Morris fails to hit the spot. 682
DNA boffin dead, aged 88. 98
Doctors' fears over flu jab plan. 286
Does she know what happened that night? 618
Driver claims unfair treatment after games console spotted on dashboard. 386
Early end to roadworks misery. 377
Etrinsic's big win. 166
Families sent yob leaflet. 101
Fewer company directors banned. 188
Fire damages school. 93
Football: Barry to reward faith of O'Leary. 774
Football: Bucks on Trophy trail again; NON-LEAGUE. 146
Football: Dublin warm-up dates to help Irish. 216
Football: Gascoigne in demand. 99
Football: Gleeson goes to Eastleigh; LEAGUE TWO. 173
Football: Hartson aims to foil friend Ferdinand. 331
FOOTBALL: In brief. 115
Football: Neville applauds Rio's grit. 635
Football: Robinson awaits England chance. 878
Football: Striking qualities of young talents. 523
Football: Struggling Gillespie earns Irish reprieve. 229
Football: Vogts forced to call up defensive cover. 232
Gaddafi pleads for hostage's freedom. 118
Give us a break, Bank is urged by pressure group. 591
Golf: Faldo on course to help develop next generation; The former world No 1 tells James Nursey why he would welcome a Midlands challenge. 663
Golf: Singh urges Woods to focus on swing. 660
Golf: Terrifying times set Whitehouse up for Estoril joy. 410
GP 'abused position' to have sex with patient. 517
Guide seeks total ban on smoking. 139
Hidden diabetes epidemic. 197
Hopes for profit up, says RICS. 153
Housing market 'getting stronger'. 671
If it can go wrong it will - it's the Law. 344
It's a great place to live, say Brummies. 314
Law Society's word juggle. 100
Letter: A natural mistake. 468
Letter: Briefly. 102
Letter: Briefly. 107
Letter: Briefly. 129
Letter: Briefly. 196
Letter: Tories on the roads to ruin. 163
Letter: Why do words fail us in Brum? 219
Lift-off for Air Partner. 537
LMM's service with a smile. 334
Manufacturing: CNC in the frame as business trebles. 462
Manufacturing: Firms looking East. 133
Manufacturing: MoD chief to help boost business. 237
Manufacturing: Packages unveiled to buyers. 385
Manufacturing: Road freight fuel plea. 227
Manufacturing: Royal seal for VTC. 186
Market Report: Late rally despite poor industry news. 541
Martineau Johnson turns key on Ancoats project. 324
Masked gunman in 'gangland execution'. 323
More organ donors is the goal. 373
Morse on the case for Nolan. 270
Motor racing: Last-gasp bid on track to rescue British GP. 554
MP faces down hunt death threats. 198
Navy to help stricken sub. 114
NEC job for Laing O'Rourke. 187
Newman College of Higher Education degrees: Fact File. 94
Newman College of Higher Education degrees: New generation of teachers. 294
Now self employed numbers rocket. 365
Offices & Retail: NEW HEIGHTS for BULLRING? 414
Offices & Retail: Opportunity knocks at front-door development. 286
Offices: Let it be: Park Plaza sole agency for LSH. 556
Offices: Shining second half forecast for business parks. 1442
Offices: Wild about Parklands. 232
Oil crisis in kitchen. 206
Only three parents ask for killer review. 245
Pensioner burned as rubbish fire explodes. 133
People: Boost for LSH specialists. 120
People: Here we grow: Promotions and new recruits. 525
People: KF land team signing set to target city core. 429
People: Land director to pick ripest sites for Grinnall. 654
People: Philip McConnachie joins the land team at KF's expanding Birmingham branch as an associate to introduce and work alongside developers and landowners in the booming city living market. 238
People: Record high for team as grads join. 369
Perspective: Grim night when we feared our Alan was dead; Neil Connor, a reporter on The Birmingham Post, charts a traumatic night when a loved-one from his own family almost failed to return home. 641
Perspective: Killing civilians? It's what terrorists do; Birmingham MP Clare Short believes the difference between Iraqi insurgents and the IRA is that the Irish terror group never targeted civilians. Campbell Docherty spoke to a leading terrorism expert who begged to differ. 682
Petrol pump prices set to soar again. 427
Police website gives air terrorist advice. 128
pounds 8.7bn M&A in region. 107
Presidents' men clash in debate. 356
Racing: Fallon joins mourning for trainer Fitzgerald. 392
Racing: Scudamore to score on Princesse. 143
Racism is driving children away from science lessons. 706
RBS backs Jardin Homes' new project. 192
Recovery in jeopardy as output falls. 534
Reed my lips, says Nick over 'unacceptable' losses of pounds 2.7m. 435
Region's winners in the pub-goers bible. 598
Report 'proves Saddam danger'. 594
Review: Garbled speech clearly does not help Miller's tale. 450
Review: Russian lets solo talents shine out; CBSO Symphony Hall. 261
Review: Symphony Hall scores another 'first' Vienna Tonkunstler Symphony Orchestra Symphony Hall. 246
Review: The truth about Anne Diamond and Nick; Did they, didn't they? The on-screen relationship between Nick Owen and Anne Diamond captivated the gossip columns. Richard McComb discovers what really happened on comfy cushions. 1172
RUGBY LEAGUE: In brief. 89
Rugby Union: Gollings fighting for a place among elite. 598
Rugby Union: Mitchell views Cup debacle as Stour blessing; WEEKEND PREVIEWS. 526
Rugby Union: Orgee on brink of return for Bees. 322
Rugby Union: Struggling DK need to break losing run. 341
Sales rise on freight demand. 257
Scam shows nanny doesn't know best. 225
Shepherd Neame's bitter blow. 252
Six face charges after sham wedding. 83
SNOOKER: Popular White victim of McCulloch joy. 264
Soccer star escapes jail. 136
Sutton Coldfield hospital turns to Spain for nurses. 333
Taylor will add clout to Wragge top team. 392
Ted Baker comes out fighting to keep Bullring at bay. 526
Theme for the day. 153
Threat to trees a ruse, says Sir Albert. 474
Thyssen Krupp 'targets Corus'. 297
Toy story: Old favourites making Christmas comeback. 192
Tutor is new laureate. 188
Two dead in police pursuit. 102
War in the air as EU takes on US. 648
Weatherman Fish finishes. 82
What will PM find in Africa? Tony Blair and other luminaries will descend on Addis Ababa today for the first meeting of the Commission for Africa. Former Midland journalist Andrew Heavens, who now lives in the Ethiopian capital, talks about what the Prime Minister will find. 884

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