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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (May 16, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'Broomhandle' Ian aims for victory sweep. Skidmore, Roger 530
'Mother of all parties' as Ollie buried. 170
`Back to basics' cookery courses for poor slammed. Palfreyman, Louise 247
A Dinner Date With: Russ Williams. 350
Asians fight for justice in political arena. Cole, Bernard 802
Aussies face Scots in easy Tartan test. Phillips, Mitch 637
Bargain price pounds 127,000 Jags in supercar sell-off. Cole, Bernard 348
Bears put bite on Derby after bowlers show teeth; Warks v Derbys. Howell, Bill 676
Beef up a steak for a tasty meal. 606
Bees survive late sting to defeat Hull; Speedway. 187
Big Screen for pop star Robbie. 131
Birthday boy Hendrie is hoping to get Inter party mood. Howell, Bill 537
Blair's 'no fuss' mini reshuffle as Dewar exits for Scots post. Gibson, Robert 181
Blast From The Past: Dee Hepburn. 234
Blind chart-topper Charlotte has the last laugh over cruel schoolchildren. Lissaman, Vicky 445
Blues chief Gold slams 'take a break' Elton. Hill, Graham 402
Blues face huge test in nest of Hornets. 370
Blues tickets. 359
Blues' pounds 25m Premiership shopping list. Skidmore, Roger 793
Bobby's boost as Albion fans take high road. Larner, Tony 282
Bora's a bit of a frump. Cole, Bernard 729
Boxing champ `Bingo' faces court over ecstasy charges. 142
Brits set for home shopping boom. 158
Caring doesn't make people stupid cranks. 1158
Cash lottery for nurses working the millennium. Palfreyman, Louise 437
Celebrities who need lessons in table manners! 247
Challenge for new head following in Sir's footsteps. Barklam, Helen 999
Concern over Kashmiri battle for killers' release. Cole, Bernard 262
Cotterill - I want to be top boss in six years; JOHN SIMPSON talks to a young manager who already has his sights set on the Premierhsip - despite only just reaching the Nationwide League with Conference champions Cheltenham Town. Simpson, John 851
Crocked Ablett gunning for Blues to give him one last pop at Premiership. Hill, Graham 611
Crowd's fanatical frenzy for not so Famous Five. 287
Curtains up on manager Melissa. 492
Dear Wendy How can I tell husband about sex abuse? Nelson, Wendy 185
Dear Wendy: I'm dreading retirement. Nelson:, Wendy 209
Dear Wendy: Mother left in the lurch. Nelson, Wendy 215
Dear Wendy: Quizzed on in-law visits. Nelson, Wendy 197
Deliveries by taxi in new Royal Mail farce. Lissaman, Vicky 459
Dickov's steering Wembley course; Wigan Athletic 1 Manchester City 1. 741
Don't take us for a ride says chairman Gold. Hill, Graham 866
Durham v Kent. 135
Electors vote historic poll a massive yawn. Walker, Jonathan 912
EXPOSED the fraud who oversees our NHS. Cole, Bernard 625
Facelift for Fiat Marea. Cole, Bernard 112
Fears the soccer thugs will run riot; Police shake-up leads to football match riot fears. Haywood, Bob 380
Feast of French food. 104
Fergie out to crown United year with thriller. 375
Finger on the trigger of Bullets' success. 361
First and Last. 373
Football Win Blues tickets; BLUES TOKEN SUNDAY MAY 16. 126
Fund to help sick children tops pounds 79,000. 438
Gallagher's back to haunt Oakes. 330
Gallian sails as Notts stay in control; Notts v Somerset. 277
Getting right to the bottom of faulty flanges. Newman's, Bill 882
Glamorgan take command; Glamorgan v Glos. 279
Go or he'll 'love you to death'. 893
Gran's shame over daughter's divorce. 241
Greg blows Yorkshire on course; Yorks v Middx. 136
Gregory dash to The Boss. Barklam, Helen 141
Hands together for one man and his van. Hill, Graham 394
Have a free night out at the movies. 84
Health boss who cashed in with bogus claims. 365
Help design new car number plates. 154
Herries' hopes rest on Premiere performance. 666
High note for Mr Mallinson, music-maker. Barklam, Helen 975
History lesson in William's capital. Haywood, Bob 429
Holiday heartache from misdiagnosis. Hudson, Jenny 255
Hollywood's big beauties Stars who've made it big. 334
Home-buyers look up for extra room. 160
Hopeful MEPs prepare for fierce battle to win seats. 288
Hot hatchback seeks to thrill; USED CARS. Edwards, Max 645
How bouncer Helen walks tall into the small hours. Hassall, Carol 256
Hughes is so vital to Baggies - Sneekes. Howell, Bill 1107
Hughes told - you can leave next year. Howell, Bill 442
I nearly formed pop group with a one-hit star. 1149
Indian legend craves fame in England. 336
It's seventh heaven for pace ace Sheriyar; Hants v Worcs. 409
It's Showbuzz Hollywood stars love to be all-action heroes. Durham, Frank 695
It's Showbuzz Love is in the air for soap actress and muscle man. 333
It's Showbuzz Macaulay looks for new film challenge. 362
It's Showbuzz: Car crash and cancer scare for TV sleuth. 446
Jilted Gilkes hopes Wolves will howl for his return; 'People had their doubts about me but after I came back from injury in December, I feel I've proved most of them wrong and done very well'. Simpson, John 752
Johnson the star as Zimbabwe ease to victory against minnows; Zimbabwe bt Kenya by five wickets. 468
Judith's new mystery has everyone stumped; This new adventure finds Judith and Sophie on top form, with a particularly ingenious method of murder baffling everyone in sight BOOK REVIEWS. Williamson, Richard 752
Knight slumps at the stumps but is backed by legendary Botham. Casey, Phil 295
Life-size poster. 114
Liverpool stars will fight for their future. 290
Lone star an insult to the Royal Family. 254
Lottery 'propping up the town halls'. Haywood, Bob 140
Mad Monty in the dark over putting misery. 730
Made In THe Midlands:. Lissaman, Vicky 352
Make-believe victims who give blood, sweat and tears. Barklam, Helen 809
Malvern fight back to stun high-flying Cradley. Pullen, Nick 483
Me And My Health: Jilly Cooper. 578
Mercury Money: b Pitfalls of buying your own home. Hexley, Gary 414
Mercury Money: Don't miss out on Net advantages. Liebman, Robert 753
Merson raises his hopes, and not a glass, for Villa. Hill, Graham 964
Mixed luck for promoted Premier duo. 225
Moore goals the merrier for Millers. 217
Motor Racing: Hakkinen survives scare to take pole. Gordon, Ian 760
My fears over mixed marriage. 171
Nato right on target to look plain stupid. 284
New car misery for drink-drive Briggs. Cole, Bernard 180
New clamour for Waterside homes. 299
NFA eager to hook kids with coach-bait! 396
Our Health: How to lessen misery of hay fever season. 193
Our Health: Nightmares of summer illness over for Andrew. Revill, John 782
Our Health: Readers Questions. 328
Our Health: Relief from arthritis in alternative remedy. 198
Out-of-court payment for sacked driver. Hassall, Carol 219
Parents can tap into education in the pub. Walker, Jonathan 383
Personal Finance Questions: How can we protect our capital value? 658
Price rise in pipeline for our Welsh water. Cole, Bernard 371
Pulis calls for play-off change as tired Gills take on injury-hit Preston. Gibson, Richard 516
Raid squads target the root of drugs menace. Haywood, Bob 1010
Rare moment as cars race to remember. Cole, Bernard 109
Refugees 'herded to bombs target'. Gibson, Robert 281
Religions unite to launch Kosovan refugee charity. Barklam, Helen 188
Revenge is sweet in Winner's Parting Shot. Williamson, Richard 633
Rugby start in winning style; Athletics. 102
Sad Rovers fail to steal King's Wembley Crown; Forest Green 0 Kingstonian 1. Simpson, John 697
Saints lose promotion halo but aim 'four' the top. James, Barry 514
Sales spree falls just short; Lancs v Northants. 282
Selling Dublin to Villa cost us dearly - Sky Blues skipper McAllister. Howell, Bill 406
Shakespeare in love (and peace) for new Twelfth Night. 274
Shane set for Junior showtime. Marshall, Robin 267
Shellshocked Smethwick take Old Hill hammering; Smethwick lost to Old Hill by 180 runs. 268
Shining Sarah gains a note of credibility. 242
Silence is golden for Furbys: the next generation. Barklam, Helen 287
Simon stars for Warwicks; Bowls. 197
Sleuth keeps them guessing. 288
Slice of the past revived by Sue. Cowen, Sarah 795
Smith aims to Ram home goal message as Derby miss out. 424
Snatch boy joy. 173
Spanish Cruise. 319
Stiff upper lip barely quivered at Lord's; WORLD CUP FINAL (June 20) ROGER SKIDMORE takes a sideways glance at the opening of the 1999 cricket World Cup at Lord's and England's inspired victory over Sri Lanka which followed. Skidmore, Roger 813
Stores back down on Net order service. Larner, Tony 841
Sunday Special. 467
Surrey v Essex. 133
Take a look back in time at great city firm The Kynoch. 145
Talks inch to Ulster peace breakthrough. Gibson, Robert 233
Tango tops off delightful ballet triple bill. 221
Teachers with a lesson for other schools. Walker, Jonathan 300
Ten top ideas to make your garden glow. 94
That Was The Week. 286
The hell that drove us from our Kosova home. Barklam, Helen 623
The man at the helm promises World Cup fever will hit the nation. Hodgson, Myles 628
Three arrested in drugs swoop. 142
Time when it can pay not to talk. Tynedale, George 327
Title rivals will be made to work hard for glory. 281
Tomorrow's stars fashion bright future. Hassall, Carol 364
Toyota voted best love mobile. Cole, Bernard 135
Tribute to courageous Cathy. 166
Tributes to man who brought home soccer's World Cup. 183
TV star all in a muddle over Sam. 160
Twins take a lead in African challenge cash-raising quest. 208
UNCORKED: South America's Red Revolution taking over the country. 478
Vandalised phone box's dubious honour. Larner, Tony 239
Villa ready to let troubled Colly go on free transfer. Hill, Graham 416
Walsall make it painful for sad Cannock; Walsall beat Cannock by 9 wkts. Leighton, Tony 369
Warren warns Richie over fight contract. Marshall, Robin; Hill, Graham 507
Wasps produce final sting to make it fifth time lucky; Wasps 29 Newcastle 19. 528
Watchdog rules Ronaldo's not soccer Messiah. Haywood, Bob 240
West warden to sue for trauma. 100
Where Are They Now Former friends. 310
Win with us and join the MG party; INDIANAPOLIS 500 (May 30). 326
Woolmer plays it by ear in SA victory; South Africa bt India by four wickets. 703
Yorke wants to be king of United. 271
You can't Goa wrong on blissful beaches. Moore, Robert 762
You Cast Your X: The father of all murders. 570

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