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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 28, 1998)

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'Bullying school inspector' struck off after complaints. 321
'Fat Controller' jailed for stealing trains. 439
'No such thing as a free breakfast' on Virgin Trains. 497
'Obsessed' stalker walks free; Man found guilty of six-year reign of terror. 736
'Voice' gets them with a wriggle or two; NEC Arena, Birmingham. 288
'Wrong man' in sex terror case set to sue police. 695
A CHANCE TO DINE IN STYLE WITH LITERARY STARS; THE BIRMINGHAM POST LITERARY DINNER. 653
A host to historical symposium. 183
A long, hard and cold stare; The temperature plummets as Baroness Jay of Paddington talks to Nigel Hastilow. Hastilow, Nigel 1698
A romantic stroll by the Wye; RAMBLING. 692
A voice of peace in two ages of barbarism; Seamus Heaney. By Helen Vendler (Harper Collins, pounds 15.99). Reviewed by Nigel Hastilow. Hastiltow, Nigel 866
Agencies in merger to create pounds 24m Mint. 501
Airwaves left open in push for digital radio. 278
ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS . . . 101
All the fun of the fair; ANTIQUES Richard Edmonds admires the treasures on offer at the Antiques For Everyone Autumn Fair. Edmonds, Richard 1122
All trite on the night. 1110
Anger over sentence on motor-crime youth. 384
ANNIE'S KITCHEN. 591
Another scalp in pursuit of the elusive root. 797
ARCHIVE Black day for the gipsies who lived on the elusive Patch; Chris Upton tells of the day a gipsy tribe lost its 40-year battle to avoid eviction. Upton, Chris 625
Archive threat may bring chaos. 298
ARTS IN BRIEF Just what the doctor ordered. 249
At war with the tax man? Blame Napoleon. 603
Barclays' shares slide as chief quits. 453
BASKETBALL Bullets deal up in smoke after months of talks. 453
Batty going home with Leeds move; NATIONAL ROUND-UP. 960
Benefit fraud put at pounds 920m. 193
Blast-off plan for UK island. 83
BOXING No fears for confident Corbett. 240
Boy, aged 13 to register as sex offender. 269
Branson targets savers. 271
Britain 'on board' over equalising taxes in EU. Cordon, Gavin; Little, Alison 465
Brutal killing that outraged a nation. 322
Bus group Arriva goes Dutch in pounds 47m deal. 229
Can Hughes sit on Tipton Terror's throne? 431
Canning deal gets allear. 111
CD REVIEWS POP CD OF THE WEEK. 970
Channel Four move the goalposts to suit punters. 316
CHRISTMAS AT RACKHAMS Rest easy with Sheridan. 819
CHRISTMAS GETWAYS. 699
Christmas? You can bank on it. 243
Classic case of public interest; Virgil: His Life And Times. By Peter Levi (Duckworth, pounds 25). The Emperor Constantine. By Michael Grant (Phoenix, pounds 12.99). The Lydian Baker. By David Wishart (Sceptre, pounds 16.99). Sejanus. By David Wishart (Sceptre, pounds 6.99). Reviewed b y Stephen Harrison. Harrison, Stephen 420
Collymore urged to play memory man. 786
Common sense contrast. 1932
Concern for Collymore a rare black mark on Gregory's CV. 292
Confidence key to give Scots a taste of success. 310
Confidence the key to give Scots victory taste. 310
Cook Cup win would be the icing on Wallabies cake. 511
Cook hears Chile envoy plead case for Pinochet. 585
Council worker pleads guilty to manslaughter. 129
Court award for cliff fall. 116
Credit cards take festive strain. 236
CRICKET Write me off at your peril warns undaunted Fraser. HODGSON, From MYLES 696
Deals help break FTSE. 189
Death row killer on the run after break-out. 242
Death-crash case sets a legal precedent. 336
Delcam sees shares halved. 146
Derby day menu with key Italian ingredient; Michael Ward and Ged Scott on the battle for Black Country supremacy. Scott, Michael Ward/Ged 1492
Dictator's regime killed my father. 181
Dismay to delight with Clarke's perfect present. 492
Do you understand how safe you are with L&G? 185
Dobson faces the grim realty of life in NHS. 403
Doctor walks free after his overdose killed woman. 106
Down Your Way Village life has not gone to pot; Ross reyburn Ross Reyburn discovers why the Royals are just potty about Whichford in leafy Warwickshire. 1593
Driving a hard bargain. 427
Dublin gang member gets life for 'hit' on reporter. Harris, Bob 474
Echos of the Betamax disaster. 818
Economy shows cracks as jobs go; Five firms announce 1,300 redundancies. 538
Extra pounds 400m Lottery cash to aid projects. Roberts, Bob 287
Exxon and Mobil merger talks trigger shares gain; mkt reps MARKET REPORTS. 372
Family flee as home hit by flames in suspected arson. 207
Fifty years in service of the nation's health; YOUR HONOUR Mrs Liz Austin was awarded the MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours for her services to the NHS. 773
FOOD Feeling liberated at La Bastille; Forget Delia, Finola Lynch comes over all Gallic and samples a cookery evening with a flavour of la vrai France. Lynch, Finola 886
Four years for post office manager who stole pounds 244,000. 300
Francis shuffling his pack to uncover Blues' bonus card. 461
Friends have a wonder bawl. 141
Garage found guilty over car faults; Landmark High Court decision puts customer back in the driving seat. 612
Gardening The green light for going organic. 1230
Getting to the heart of the case; John Thaw. The Biography. By Stafford Hildred and Tim Ewbank (Andre Deutsch, pounds 17.99) Reviewed by Christine Barker. Barker, Christine 680
Gloom clears to present Harriers with tough target; NON-LEAGUE FOCUS. 481
Greene King could be Marston's white knight. 416
Gun-toting loyalists 'will attack' freed republicans. Kite, Melissa 624
Head denies molesting girls. 196
His life in her hands; She could save his life. she won't. They want him to be an animal rights martyr. 797
HOCKEY Injury-hit Olton's task looking much tougher to repeat upset victory. 657
HOCKEY Injury-hit Olton's task to repeat upset victory looking much tougher. 656
Holiday with the Blairs; Tuscany - Italy's rural treasure: Home of Pisa's leaning tower and the Florentine room with a view. Home of burnt Siena and Michelangelo's David, it is also the favourite holiday haunt of the Blairs. Pick gorgeous Tuscany for a sun-filled holiday and you may well find you're in rather grand company, says Jenni Ameghino. Ameghino, Jrenni 1284
Horns of a dilemma over Billy's bench. 263
ICE HOCKEY Blaze rely on fireman's lift to dash Kings bid for crown. 347
Icelandic artistry in full bloom; Bjork Symphony Hall, Birmingham. 253
IF I HAD pounds 8 MILLION. . . 112
INSIDE OUT Sir Peter goes on the record. Wilson, David 563
INTERVIEW Living life to the full for a little fella with a big heart. Ind, Jo 2059
Irresistible Lee lands Wolves job; Molineux board act after unbeaten run. 516
Irvine's judgment on city magistrates. 308
It's the best thing for both of us, says Hollingsworth as Anne files for divorce. 343
Japanese get ahead in mini-brewing business. 525
Journalist was direct and courageous; OBITUARY. 140
Journalist's killer given life term. 181
Just pawns in the hand of board's new game. 687
Kremlin says Yeltsin should see out term. 472
Labour humiliated as SNP wins Euro poll. Meo, Nick; Rafferty, Neil 258
Lib-Dems back ballot over link-up. 132
LIVING IN THE PAST; Forget those old-hat connotations of stuffiness and elitism - we British love our museums, writes Arts Editor Terry Grimley. Grimley, Terry 1119
LIVING IT UP Dining out on free samples; This year's Good Food Show at Birmingham's NEC gives you the chance to meet the rich and famous. Words: Ross Reyburn. Reyburn, Ross 918
Make sure your tree is a cut above the rest; Roger Clarke looks at the ever increasing variety of Christmas trees that are available. Clarke, Roger 1349
Man's plot to kill wife for policy cash. 164
Mersey beat for success. 102
Missing man had threats. 170
Model Garden. 272
Modernising with a spin; The Unfinished Revolution: How The Modernisers Saved The Labour Party. By Philip Gould (Little Brown, pounds 16.99). Reviewed by Simon Evans. Evans, Simon 892
Mother calls for ban after girl chokes on Kinder egg. 349
Move out to a nice place in euroland. 457
Mysteries of mistletoe. 116
Natural champion of the new rave; Finola Lynch previews the tribute weekend to dance club music pioneer Tony De Vit. Lynch, Finola 818
Nebiolo calls for united front in drugs war. 364
Netanyahu flies home after signs of pull-out. 582
New blood for Psion as executive role splits. 127
New clue in hunt for Caroline's killer. 189
Night Out In London Complex cleverness; NIGHT OUT IN LONDON. 508
North of the border 'is way to find the road ahead'. 618
NOTES FROM A BIG CITY; Bill Bryson is the most successful travel writer today. Chief Feature Writer Dennis Ellam asks the itinerant from Iowa about the joys of Birmingham. Ellam, Dennis 1401
Oil demand hits skid patch as recovery falters. 581
One-offs to tempt enthusiasts; COLLECTING. 658
Partner wins share of will. 187
Pensions still being bought with heavy up-front charges. 187
PICK OF THE WEEK. 462
POST REVIEWS Artistic quartet pulls out the plum; The Mandelring Quartet Spadesbourne Hall, Bromsgrove. 202
Post Script. 89
pounds 430,000 sees 10 Group start on its shopping spree. 435
PROPERTY Taste the splendour of bygone lifestyles; Marsya Lennox looks at properties that reflect all that was luxury in the Edwardian age. Lennox, Marsya 850
Publicising the world of crime; F E Pardoe, non-voting chairman of the judges of the year's best crime novel, looks at the shortlist. Pardoe, F E 618
Redrow builds for the future; Promotion after only one year with firm. 325
Residents plan to sue council over pounds 10,000. 255
Retired major fined for running brothel. 352
Rover looks to future as deal wins backing. 396
RUGBY UNION Ex-captain occupies void left by Greenwood. 562
RUGBY UNION Moseley miss out on chance to make most of weak Saints; Northampton 36 Moseley 19. 821
RUGBY UNION turns to old head to fill central void. 563
Rusedski's victory in battle of Britons proves to no avail. 608
Russian elite still believes every cloud has a fur lining; No one knows if Russia's super rich, who are renowned for their extravagant ways, will survive the economic crisis. 578
Rutland produces record haul for McRoberts; ANGLING. 624
Saddlers can grasp their chance for another bite at the cherry. 403
Saturday post. 988
School goes centre stage. 372
Seven-days-a-week Vision Asia on screen. 389
Sex pervert's reign of terror at train station. 298
Shadow of crisis hangs over the Baltic states. 672
Slimmed-down Sketchley posts modest profits rise. 194
SNOOKER Last four battle to get new names on trophy. 404
So annoying when a contact ceases to be. 445
Soaring imagination. 584
Space come down to earth; Space The Que Club, Birmingham. 270
Spread betting scandal rumour. 172
Still levelling the land; The Levellers Wolverhampton Civic Hall. 250
Stolen car problem gets a high-tech solution. 418
Storm as Ministers start crackdown on soccer fans. 460
Stormy Passage books ticket. 260
Strachan still looking abroad for strike force. 353
Streak cracks the century mark. 164
Streak reaches century mark. 161
Supermarket meat cash cow. 200
Teenager charged over M-way brick attack. 734
That was the week that was. 276
The outing of Rupert Brooke; Friends and Apostles: The Correspondence of Rupert Brooke and James Strachey, 1905-1914. Edited by Keith Hale (Yale: pounds 19.95). Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. Edmondson, Richard 712
The thin end of the grudge. Edmonds, Lucinda 751
Things will get worse says new ceramics boss. 385
Think ahead and make best choice for the future. 698
This chaos must give way to a proper world league. 703
Time for a trendy stout to come out. 379
Ugly start of a huge talent. 944
Vet died after scoring distinctions in exams. 708
Vinnie Jones gets focused on his new goal. 169
Waiting in the wings to join us. Murphy, Simon 662
Walsh wings his way into record books for Windies. 236
We are on the wrong track, MPs say in quiz. 271
Wembley's price is far from right for Arsenal. 434
What makes us get up in the morning? 502
WHAT'S ON FILM FESTIVAL. 2167
When the former Sun reporter had to make his hasty excuses and head for the exit. 479
White feather challenge to Blair on hunting Bill. 331
Who's next? asks French Press as Kabila feels heat of ruling. 340
Why it's Manx for the memory; Rob Bishop discovers that the little Isle of Man is a golfers' paradise that boasts a wealth of fairways to heaven. We are not talking about hidden gold here, but undiscovered golf. Bishop, Rob 1121
Will the new RDA be given the tools to do its job? 833
Wolves hand Lee the hot potato; Unbeaten start earns boss more time at helm. 515
Woman robbed of pounds 8,500 watch in car park attack. 535
Wood fired up to burn down SA's record bid. 264

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