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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 3, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
A premier league conversion. 827
A wealth of historical interest. 748
Actor Paul Newman caught clowning about in London. 354
Amec shares see-saw following reports of first-half loss making. 525
Anniversaries. 293
Athletics: Tired but happy Lewis-Francis may not run again this year. 386
Bank fined for failing to spot money laundering. 356
Britons to defend sick Milosevic at tribunal. 211
Bullring Celebrations: A bird's eye view of success. 378
Bullring Celebrations: Retailers feel good about buzz from the Bullring. 391
Bullring Celebrations: UK's busiest shopping centre; In the 12 months since the Bullring opened to the public, it has welcomed more than 36.5 million shoppers - making it Britain's busiest shopping centre. Consumer Affairs Reporter Emma Brady looks at how the multi-million pound development has changed the city. 578
Bullring Celebrations: We must ensure we don't lose momentum; As the Bullring celebrates its first birthday, Andy Lyon, retail specialist at PricewaterhouseCoopers, looks at the challenges and opportunities for the retail industry in the West Midlands. 496
Bully for Brum. 226
Car is found burned out. 88
Cashman's top EU role. 99
Chairman increases offer for DFS by 10p. 160
Chechen militants hold on to hostages. 614
Chechen rebels set free 31 hostages. 603
City View: Trades unions irrelevant? I beg to differ, Mr Jones. 489
Club pulls concert date by anti-gay reggae star. 290
Concern grows for missing girls. 94
Construction growth. 163
Coroner criticises delays in investigation of man's death. 251
Cricket: Bears encounter dogged resistance; Warwickshire lead Worcestershire by 138 runs with seven second-innings wickets in hand. 635
Cricket: New Solanki proves safer bet; CRICKET: NATWEST SERIES. 860
Cuts to Brum's train services will go ahead. 451
Dani's turning stereotypes to her advantage in a man's world. 508
Debt-free Marconi enters a new age. 501
Dog Cart to sell for pounds 120,000 at auction. 557
Europe is still the challenge for Diageo. 432
Films: Lovely taste as Gwyn's a tonic; Mike Davies reviews the latest releases. 1984
Floors-2-Go polished profits. 524
Football: AUSTRIA v ENGLAND KEY BATTLES. 389
Football: Bruce stays, says Brady. 1003
Football: Contra's dream for Albion. 749
Football: Days of own goals and red cards; NON-LEAGUE FA CUP Dave Busst tells Colin Stoner about his FA Cup memories. 619
Football: Hull of a benefit for Taylor's dual role; UNDER-21s. 281
Football: Lampard wants England to copy Chelsea. 512
Football: Lesson for Pics boss. 187
Football: Nuneaton happy with Avun Jephcott; NON-LEAGUE. 136
Football: O'Leary link is no surprise to players. 363
Football: Sean Gregan watched by Leeds. 81
Football: Taylor is poised to make Lambs debut. 293
Football: The FA Sunday Cup. 100
Ford has 30-day plan for car plant. 546
Fossils are clue to Nessie. 126
Four years is a long time to wait for trains. 361
French scarf ban passes first test at schools. 350
Gardening - a legacy from Percy Thrower; Percy Thrower died 16 years ago but his daughter Margaret is continuing his legacy at the family's Shropshire business and on the airwaves, as Pamela Caulfield found out. 813
Golf: Jimenez dons the blinkers in Masters charge. 573
Golf: Ladies recover to defeat fancied Hants. 396
Group's fuel duty demand. 127
Hewitt breaks DTI myths for society. 427
History up for grabs. 154
HMG in pounds 250,000 boost. 456
However, 80 staff go at its two UK plants; Business booming: RMC reports 24 per cent rise in profits. 178
Hurricane threat stops flights to US. 194
Launch: Pop foursome Can't Say Goodbye to new Rover cars. 96
Legal & Finance: Brum has been good for Andy. 232
Legal & Finance: Drug testing at work illegal, firm warns. 483
Legal & Finance: Failure to follow new guidelines to be costly. 403
Legal & Finance: Hayward predicting company rescues. 333
Legal & Finance: Offer good benefits packages or lose top staff, employers told. 313
Legal & Finance: Paying the price to earn staff morale. 701
Legal & Finance: People unaware that football investigations still going on. 435
Legal & Finance: Rabjohns takes on six new staff in expansion. 152
Legal & Finance: Tax man accused of hostility by Baker Tilly. 447
Legal & Finance: Two lawyers are promoted. 120
Legal & Finance: Victoria's rather happy how it's all worked out. 635
Legal & Finance: Wright Hassall to advise trade group. 210
Letter: Chance to lead city charity into future. 280
Letter: Chance to lead city charity into future. 150
Letter: Myth of UK's polite queues. 357
Letter: Myth of UK's polite queues. 338
Letter: Speed cameras just raise cash. 192
Lindridge's Hopfest, a celebration of hops beer & music. 102
Marlborough is smokin' after strategic review. 189
Merger in military systems market. 287
More good news for Matalan on road to recovery. 489
Motor Racing: Schumacher return blocked by insurance company. 92
Motoring: Classic style and sporty look for new Ford Focus. 885
Motoring: Golf GTI Mk I an icon. 80
Motoring: Modus gets a five-star safety rating. 157
Motoring: Potholes posing big problems for drivers. 162
Motoring: Subaru fail to consult manual. 763
Motoring: Turning to its own. 96
New criminal tracking plan. 439
New homes for the well-heeled. 617
New hope for heart attack victims. 355
New loans for poor call from Deputy PM. 426
Next JK Rowling given pounds 3m advance. 259
Pedal slower. 97
Perspective: Back to the future - and don't mention the war. 671
Perspective: The dark secret of your shopping basket; Alexander Tulloch goes shopping for some obscure meanings. 498
Perspective: What women really mean; Funny thing, language. The same words seem to mean different things to men and women. Eloise Fysh investigates those ideas which can be lost in translation. 946
Policeman denies 12 deception charges. 269
Post competition: See Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci at the Alex. 508
Post People. 177
Preacher facing extradition. 485
Priest wants trip to Brazil to 'kiss and hug' runner. 443
Pub row led to brutal family stabbings. 217
Racing: Arrested quartet to face licence review. 735
Risks from smoking, blood fat and stress. 242
Rugby Union: PertempsBees to launch their new midweek. 86
Rugby Union: Robinson starts the long haul. 679
Sacked pair get job offer. 219
Sexton's grave bungling. 466
Share Prices: Sainsbury's keeps FTSE above 4500. 522
Speed camera vandals given 200 hours community service. 204
Speed traps for seafront cyclists. 180
Staff are 'losing interest' in unions. 557
Tennis: Henman in third round of US Open. 96
The Post Debate: Can he cut it with the soccer stars? With Sir Clive Woodward set to leave behind his Rugby Union roots to become a football coach, Alun Thorne examines his decision while Pamela Caulfield gets the verdicts of coaches from both codes. 626
The Post Debate: Can he cut it with the soccer stars?: AGAINST - It's all a matter of knowledge. 235
The Post Debate: Can he cut it with the soccer stars?: FOR - Clive has qualities like Sven. 235
The Post Debate: Can he cut it with the soccer stars?: The shape of the ball really doesn't matter at all. 323
Theme for the day. 126
TV Choice. 244
Unspoilt by the passing of time. 827
Weak US currency hinders recovery. 447
Weakening dollar hits Jaguar sales. 290
Whitbread in name game with Premier. 537
Widower's court action. 136

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