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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (August 22, 1999)

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`It wasn't our mam who did it!' Start reading Josephine Cox's gripping new novel Somewhere, Someday in today's Mercury book serialisation. 1702
A dinner date with: Isobel Lang. 356
Admissions maze is 'really just a lottery'. 257
Age no Barry-er for born-again Calderwood. Hill, Graham 686
Agony for families of children turned down by first choice. Walker, Jonathan 213
All quiet on the Weston front. 288
Asylum seeker influx sparks violence alert. Bassey, Amardeep 513
Baker's Quest for Perry Barr victory Greyhounds by. Richardson, Ted 389
Banner stars for Oldbury; FA Cup. 264
Barry Fry's column - Ade would be such a good-biyi. Fry, Barry 542
Believe your radio - Stereophonics on course for another smash hit; NEW RELEASES. 792
Bill Newman's diary: Romance starting to move at snail's pace. Newman, Bill 956
Black hair day is a real beauty. 167
Blues goal feast fails to satisfy Trev. 152
Book review: Fergie's rocky road to treble successes. Williamson, Richard 814
Canaries come cropper; Charlton 1 Norwich 0. 127
Champions challenge frustrated by stubborn Middlesex marksmen; Middlesex v Leics. 291
Children kept happy during hardest times. 1106
City set for pounds 1m cultural booster. Hassall, Carol 283
Clubs expected to keep house in order. 122
County set early pace; Notts Co 3 Scunthorpe 0. 107
Coventry line up 'world star'. 206
Criminal support charity to help pupils expelled from school. 128
Dear Wendy: Jealous about his other girl. Nelson, Wendy 193
Dear Wendy: Worried for my brother. Nelson, Wendy 196
Dematteo turns in four-star show as Stafford sink Causeway; Banks's Brewery League. 373
Diamonds shine after Harriers penalty anger; Rushden & Dmds ...5 Kidderminster ...3. 918
Dodgers face licence to chill. 94
Dour Kent find Key to draw with teenager's first ton. 243
Dream double as Keane provides a cutting edge; Coventry 2 Derby County 0. Dent, Adam 555
Driver stars. 180
Eating in: Andreas pots top title. Cowan, Sarah 650
Eating in: Fresh angle on mullet to mull over; Grilled red mullet with an aubergine and pesto salad. 468
Eating out: The Royal Oak. 406
Ed sends Kiwis Giddy as gritty England fight back. Skidmore, Roger 780
Euro a further step towards federal Europe. 1450
Faldo gutted as Ryder Cup axe comes down. Skidmore, Roger 1012
Film news. 333
Film Review: Erratic spark fails to ignite in slick Affair. Williamson, Richard 631
First & Last: Steve Stride. 290
Five fight for lives as minibus somersaults. Reporters, Mercury 448
Football boss in `rape' storm. Cole, Bernard 191
Forced out in hunt for place for daughter. Walker, Jonathan 1228
Forget England this time Julian, but don't give up. McInally, Alan 564
Four-star Everton crush dire Saints; Everton 4 Southampton 1. 185
George Tyndale's column: Let down by cop-out cops. Tyndale, George 156
George Tyndale's column: No panic for Brits due on holidays to die for. Tyndale, George 341
George Tyndale's column: Paula prepares future horrors for Tiger Lily. Tyndale, George 222
George Tyndale's column: Safety inquiry just a plug for Prescott. Tyndale, George 310
Get your brain in gear for top prizes. 260
Glitch causes student cash delay misery. Walker, Jonathan 346
Gold is not enough for Ivan - he wants nine! 342
Goodness gracious me... Meera finds 101 reasons to hate Madonna and Kate. Laws, Roz 397
Graveney praise for swing king Ed. Skidmore, Roger 382
Gregory left cursing luck. Howell, Bill 122
Guscott leads charge in record-breaking romp; England 106 USA 8. 498
Hall double sinks Paget to put Green into next round; FA Cup Moor Green ...3 Paget Rangers ...0. 1232
Hammer blow for O'Neill as Di Canio shatters Leicester; West Ham 2 Leicester 1. 634
Have a free night out at the movies. 86
Hoey in top level meeting on doping crisis. Gibson, Robert 136
Holiday Mercury: Long road to vast forest of delights; Reader Gladys Lewis of Stone, Staffordshire, turned her hand to travel-writing. Here she describes a trip to the Black Forest with her husband, David. 734
Holiday Mercury: Moor time to taste Yorkshire treats. Haywood, Bob 579
Holiday Mercury: Pool packed with original seaside fun. Butler, Reg 730
Holiday Mercury: Warm up your winter with long stay in sunny Cyprus. 408
Home is where your DIY heart is. Walker, Jonathan 216
Hooray Henry aims to remain leader of pack. Warwick, Rex 571
How Sarah beat demon of anorexia. 903
Hughes at the double as 10-man Vale pale; Defensive errors are so costly for Blues Blues 4 Port Vale 2. 908
I remember: Garrison Lane. 535
I was called a little s*** but I took it as a compliment! Skidmore, Roger 967
Impressive Birchfield in the medals. Rawson, Mike 180
Ince passion pays off as Boro punish Reds; Middlesbrough 1 Liverpool 0. 343
Injuries hit England's preparation for crunch; Injured pace aces bowl over selectors. Hodgson, Myles 674
Inside soccer - Managing - not what you do, it's how fast you do it. Clarkson, Ian 776
Interview Simon Fowler: Star Simon back on song after gay revelations; Ocean Colour Scene are the biggest pop band to emerge from Birmingham in a decade. But during 10 years at the top, lead singer Simon Fowler was forced to hide his secret gay life from his family. Today in his first in-depth newspaper interview about his sexuality, the millionaire musician reveals the pain and betrayal behind his very public "outing". Hassall, Carol 1229
It's Cor blimey as Steve steps into Rob's boots; QPR 1 Wolves 1. 663
It's showbuzz: Blast from the past. 212
It's showbuzz: Demons prove to be Tony's cup of tea. Durham, Frank 513
It's showbuzz: Sean's agony over brother's drink binges. 226
It's showbuzz: Stars bitten by bug of Tarina's designs. 200
It's showbuzz: TV cop Rick upholds family values. 157
Johnson is out of line with hips and legs! Cherry, Gene 546
Johnson strike enough to sink lonely Wanderers; Ipswich 1 Bolton 0. 99
Keane machine in Sky Blue heaven. Dent, Adam 422
Keane: I'll get my teenage kicks with City. Howell, Bill 616
Ken in fight for tribute to local heroes. Walker, Jonathan 761
Kidder ease drop fears; Old Hill v Kidderminster. Leighton, Tony 380
King George keeps Burton on the march; Premier Division Burton Albion ...1 Weymouth ...0. 1008
Koumas strike fires Rovers; Tranmere 1 Huddersfield 0. 116
Lee watches his money. 133
Leeds take the spoils as Sunderland suffer; Leeds 2 Sunderland 1. 889
Lewis aiming for gold but Barber ready to cut in. Gordon, Ian 565
Life's sweet for choc fans in bar battle. Walker, Jonathan 300
Magical Miles treats fans to swinging night. Perks, Jon 235
Man killed in burglary shooting. 116
Me and my health: Gail McKenna. 533
Memories of singing with star Clifford. 358
Men urged to stand up and be counted. 122
Mercury book serialisation: Josephine Cox. 302
Mercury jobs Ian flying high as business expands. Walker, Jonathan 489
Mercury Money: Balloon mad. Walker, Jonathan 419
Mercury Money: Confusing jumble of good deals. Liebman, Robert 690
Mercury Money: Cyclist Sue presents pounds 2,200 from long-distance bike ride. 496
Mercury Money: Mortgage dilemma. 452
Mercury Motoring: Astra auto well worth the wait; USED CARS. Edwards, Max 797
Mercury Motoring: Dull Weekend with good-looking Marea. Cole, Bernard 756
Mercury Motoring: World firsts for Peugeot. Cole, Bernard 227
Michael's role passes to Heather. Durham, Frank 421
Midlanders face Bitter fight for fish. James, Barry 327
Mighty Mini fans cool on the future. Bassey, Amardeep 171
Miglioranzi keeps time with Pompey's happy chimes; Portsmouth 2 Stockport 0. 96
Miracles run out as child rescued. 352
Monkey tests protest ends in scuffles. 295
Monty set to eclipse Irish hope; BMW Open. 421
Mooney magic does it again for Hornets; Watford 1 Bradford 0. 180
MPs demand return of bongs to News at Ten. Gibson, Robert 390
Mums given head starts for big day. Hassall, Carol 540
New rules mean end of road for taxis. Walker, Jonathan 227
News files. 161
Nuneaton return in style with Ducros double strike; Nuneaton Borough ...2 Hayes ...1. 1110
Oh no! It's a Ugo o.g. in Villa's no-go; Chelsea 1 Villa 0. Howell, Bill 810
Our Health: Avoid loud noises to save your ears. 162
Our Health: Doctor blames MMR jabs for surge in autism. 207
Our Health: Parents' fear that can put children at risk of death. Palfreyman, Louise 870
Our Health: Pig-organ swaps closer. 101
Our Health: Studies rule out vaccine link. 148
Our Health:Q&A. 315
Owls looking grim as Spurs go top; Sheffield Wed 1 Spurs 2. 160
Parents sue over son's school roof injury agony. Barklam, Helen 405
Phone sales boom sparks line chaos. Larner, Tony 432
Photo row vicar plans new show. Barklam, Helen 201
Point scoring MPs take to soccer pitch. Gibson, Robert 217
Police drop holidaymakers' blaze charges. Barklam, Helen 304
Problems mount for Gullit as Dons deliver late equaliser to stun Geordie fans; Newcastle 3 Wimbledon 3. 311
Race-row DJ threatens new case on police harassment. Bassey, Amardeep 453
Ragged Rovers fail to lift Kidd cloud; Blackburn 1 Barnsley 2. 186
Raise the right glasses to release full flavour of every type of wine. Cowin, Tim 489
Rampant City show Blades no mercy; Man City 6 Sheff Utd 0. 203
Rick Stein Cooks Fish. 130
Ring of fortune as John buys back his old love. Bassey, Amardeep 585
Robins recover from early setback to snatch points; Crystal Palace 1 Swindon T. 2. 96
Seven-up Lane find the right road to goal feast; Leics Senior. 238
Shame of rich world in which millions are starving to death; Sunday Mercury Chief Feature Writer Richard Williamson last week gave his personal view on whether Britain should sign up for the euro. This week he looks at the issue of poverty in Britain, a situation that has been described as diminishing the lives of everyone in the country, not just the poor. Williamson, Richard 1197
Should I agree to meet lover's wife? Nelson, Wendy 847
Shrews lose again; Shrewsbury 0 Darlington 1. 82
Sick wrestling show on the ropes after inquiry. Larner, Tony 366
Stamp out this sick wrestling spectacle now. 338
Starie cash row rocks Richie bid. Marshall, Robin 254
Stern look at life is a real shocker. Walker, Jonathan 284
Sunday roast - FA should Taff off. Skidmore, Roger 624
Teenager Elliott bids to make grade on TV. Laws, Roz 624
Ten-man Hinckley hit late double to sink Bridgnorth; FA Cup. 713
That was the week... 309
The day her strict diet came close to killing schoolgirl Louise. 423
Tory fury as city puts homosexual dating link on Internet site. Larner, Tony 357
Touring Straw defiant on 'racist' travellers remarks. Gibson, Robert 133
Tourist chiefs bid to reel in the film buffs. 162
Treat yourself to luxury life. 215
Two sent off as Black earns point; Grimsby 1 Fulham 1. 126
Two years on with the Bailey babes. Hassall, Carol 210
Videoscene: Love blossoms as Tom and Meg are trapped in web of romance. Bennett, Alf 448
Walsall boss Graydon left 'feeling raped'. 91
Waugh wary on eve of Sri Lankan tour. 261
Wedding for runaway school pair. 177
Whitehead's show inspires five star Griff to opening day romp; Rapide Midland Combination. 386
Worcester dreaming of life among Division One big boys. James, Barry 358
Wrecking Crewe hit sorry Saddlers; Walsall 1 Crewe 4. Marston, Paul 670
You can do it! Problem - stripping floorboards. 204
You cast your X: Which friend held gun that killed Heather? 596
You're the boss: pounds xpo advice for going it alone. 337
Your chance to relive those magic Mini moments. 147
Zoe Ball and Norman Cook's wedding. 80

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