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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 28, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
Alexon welcomes autumnal weather. 226
Anglo Holt hits target. 94
Architect insists chamber demolition scheme is greed. 440
Backpacker 'killed for her cash'. 334
Batman apologises for palace protest. 286
Blair's puritan state. 448
Blink and you've missed 'em: The Heavy Blinkers The Glee Club. 330
Bus horror cancels Paralympic party. 422
Business View: Compensation culture may cost us clean windows. 495
Call the bulldozer. 233
Car makers agree code. 144
Celebrity dentist 'ruined love expert's marriage'. 234
Chairman Kirkham's narrow victory to delist DFS. 398
Champion plaqueExpress. 229
Charity Appeals: Fun Day: Little Callum takes a break. 98
Chatroom rapist facing long jail term. 286
Crash-risk fear over air traffic blindspots. 503
Cricket: ECB's refusal to allow Vaughan a rest smacks of politics; COMMENT Board will ignore advice from selectors at their peril, argues Jack Bannister. 530
Cricket: Wagg faces lengthy ban after guilty drugs plea. 508
Cricketer tells Lord's panel he used cocaine. 164
Cyber tricks. 102
Delcam aiming for hat-trick of awards. 151
Division rebound is bonus for Close. 455
Dog owner fined for refusing to clear mess. 278
Door row led to fight in holiest of shrines. 233
E-business: A real rival to Google, or just another search engine? 464
E-business: Astronauts and office bosses waiting to exhale. 544
E-business: Best of friends take business relationship to higher level. 318
E-business: Bmibaby hits new heights with highest ever web share. 267
E-business: Call centre threat very real to UK prosperity. 268
E-business: Marconi's alliance. 245
E-business: Online video clips of King Kong remake. 107
E-business: Rapid response to top website service. 315
E-business: Scheme to make talent free to all. 485
E-business: Smaller, sexier PS2 to hit stores this year. 369
E-business: Talking in the air a step closer to reality. 332
E-business: TV drive from PGA. 295
E-business: Vodafone offensive with latest 3G sets. 572
Economy at heart of vision for future. 504
Ending postcode lottery for screening. 258
Equitable building up reserves. 346
European Lumberjack Sports Championship. 96
Fast trains face delays. 100
Feud ends in pounds 1m clear out. 342
Football: Absence of captain Purse hits Megson's hopes for must-win scenario; THE PREMIERSHIP. 463
Football: Bruce's positive signs. 646
Football: Charlton maintain unbeaten home record. 115
Football: Future's uncertain . . . . . . and the end is always near Hyder Jawad on the pressures facing Midland managers. 1095
Football: Merson calls on his players to do more than talk a good game; LDV VANS TROPHY. 457
Football: Sky Blues taking a shine to Steele; THE CHAMPIONSHIP. 346
Football: Wavering Mellberg earns O'Leary vote; THE PREMIERSHIP James Nursey hears the Villa manager defend his captain's displays. 636
German market to go ahead. 354
GKN signs Chinese deal. 143
Hewitt urges Jaguar to meet unions. 319
Holidays with no atmosphere. 548
Inquiry into politician's Hitler quotes. 111
Investors advised to take the money as RMC mixes with Cemex. 540
Knife thieves steal puppies. 90
Labour Party Conference: 'Two Jags' backs threatened Jaguar workers. 181
Labour Party Conference: Cook says Lib Dems are threat. 288
Labour Party Conference: Dirty tricks accusations over Michael Howard sites. 235
Labour Party Conference: Members' crisis as Brummies fall away. 341
Labour Party Conference: Pensions apathy must end. 259
Labour Party Conference: Union leaders and MPs vent anger at Ford chiefs. 568
Labour Party Conference: Vote Tory to keep on hunting. 188
Letter: Anniversaries. 286
Letter: Archive. 260
Letter: Do we really want to encourage gambling at NEC? 160
Letter: Do we really want to encourage gambling at NEC? 386
Letter: Theme for the day. 164
Letter: Why BBC is still fully committed to Midlands. 337
Long road to victory. 180
Mortgage approvals slow for third month. 375
Murder charge over three hospital deaths. 229
Nice suits, shame about the songs The Hives Birmingham Carling Academy. 290
Nigerian supply fear pushes up oil prices. 617
Ofgem eases up on price control terms. 492
Ofsted condemns school fears. 203
Paralympic Games 2004: Grey-Thompson clinches Paralympian record. 200
Parents failing to set good food example. 395
PAT MURPHY: Final act reprieves farcical production. 822
PAT MURPHY: Peace must give Megson chance to finish the job. 767
PAT MURPHY: Stop this nonsense, refs. 665
Personal and political; Novelist Jonathan Coe tells Guy Newey about the difficulties of writing about contemporary Birmingham. 1164
Perspective: Chill out and the whole world Smiles with you. 789
Perspective: I've made a vow . . . to fight the ban; After causing furore for storming into the House of Commons, Otis Ferry, South Shropshire Hunt joint master and the son of a rock legend, talks about his actions to Rural Affairs Reporter Sarah Probert. 1233
Pinsents and Masons back merger. 365
Pioneering social trust appoints new boss. 258
Politicians unite over cash crisis. 218
Post staff threatened by raiders. 110
Quality test shames Midland car makers. 422
Question time for Ministers on video link. 332
Race gap in employment statistics. 192
Racing: Race Ace to deliver. 200
Rape-victim policewoman claims Pc grinned during sex attack. 465
Rare fiver was a licence to print money. 289
Rugby Union: Maynard gets ready for testing quartet. 770
Rugby Union: Woodward leads Worcester praise. 405
Rural Matters: Call for shoppers to support farmers as they move to bigger site. 262
Rural Matters: Encore for regional food menu. 178
Rural Matters: England's oldest market hall found. 441
Rural Matters: Moonstruck Phil is relying on lunar power for taste. 322
Rural Matters: New cattle illness fear is looming. 608
Rural Matters: Police 'are endangered species'. 224
Rural Matters: Recycling campaign says waste not rubbish. 345
Senses working overtime: The Open/Thirteen Senses Wolverhampton Civic Bar. 268
Severn Trent falls despite good report. 211
Share Prices: Oil prices depress London's market. 523
Silence is kiss of death for hostage. 442
SPEEDWAY: Wolverhampton in play-off finals. 233
Super Prix set for city come back; Exclusive. 550
Super Prix's return boost for motor industry. 357
Tata poised to follow MG Rover into China. 353
Timing of event appals veteran. 576
Top job: MD takes over as Solihull chamber's vice-president. 85
Toye & Co looks at future on AIM. 207
TV Choice: A Thing Called Love BBC One, 9pm. 238
University scuppers safe drug leaflet. 308
Vodafone looks out for future acquisitions. 310
Wealthy people increase in UK. 236
When our motor city got into gear for Super Prix; For five years the only thing that could drown out the noise of Birmingham's Super Prix was the controversy that raged on the sidelines. Neil Connor looks back on the UK's only street race. 901
Wolseley is celebrating eighth year of top results. 530

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