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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (February 6, 2000)

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'Kanu' goal relief. 308
[2] WHAT THEY SAID... 373
`Tenants from hell' jail threat. Larner, Tony 367
19 punters jackpot bid. 104
A snapshot of life from a photographic dynasty; 'It's an easy job being a photographer these days. You can develop a whole film in less time than it took me to take one photograph'. Hudson, Jenny 758
Addicks motor with another Hunt treble. 298
Albion will overcome confidence crisis and beat drop - says former Baggie Kilbane. Howell, Bill 867
ALIEN EGGS INVADE NEC. 246
Anti-Nazis in No 10 demo. 109
Are you a movie buff or a screen novice? 130
Arrogance led to Hyde deaths. Tyndale, George 464
Ashcroft returns to sink rock-bottom Swindon; Swindon 0 Grimsby 1. 111
Bassett left stuck in Dyer straits. 544
Big cat suspected of two attacks in Gloucester area. 179
Big wheel takes a dim view of the Dome zone. Tyndale, George 153
Bill Newman's Diary: Is it big romance or just cupboard love? Newman, Bill 975
Billions spent on attempts to join millionaires' row. 211
Blast from THE PAST. 162
Bleak future for Staffordshire's wild wallabies. Larner, Tony 318
Blues boy Adebola rewards Francis. Simpson, John 352
Bolton spoil party for Rovers return; Bolton 3 Blackburn 1. 293
Book Review: Moving tribute to war heroes exposes 'spy' BOOK REVIEWS. Williamson, Richard 668
Bullets aim to bounce back from turmoil. Taylor, Richard 432
Call for separate inquiry into 'race' hangings. 166
Camelot v Branson: the fight over the big lottery prize begins; 'Our aim is to make it fun and fresh again. Buying a lottery ticket is buying a dream and there should be a buzz about it' 'We are very proud of what we have done and we are putting in a very compelling and exciting bid with great ideas for new games'. Haywood, Bob 1032
Campaigners' warning over inquiry flaws. Larner, Tony 191
Celtic Native looks good for Novice Hurdle. Warwick, Rex 641
Champs hit for six in Bandon goal blitz. 386
Christie rounds off Rams' late show to stun unlucky Owls. 396
City too slick for falling Forest; Nottm Forest 1 Man City 3. 353
Close call but Flyer can clinch Trophy. Richardson, Ted 364
Cobblers victory puts them on top flight path; Northampton 3 York 0. 180
Community champions of SPORT. 144
Cool Rapley stings Bees; DIVISION TWO. 219
Crash deaths. 162
Crazy world when have-a-go hero arrested. Tyndale, George 200
Crisis club Swindon should have followed Saddlers' example Ian; CLARKSON INSIDE SOCCER FOR THE BEST SEAT IN THE HOUSE. Clarkson, Ian 441
Critical baby monitors `misused' by midwives. Palfreyman, Louise 328
Cross cracker seals victory for Redditch; Dr Martens Western Division. 1256
Dawson joy tempered. Test, Paris 327
Dear Wendy: Affair with married man ended in tears. Nelson, Wendy 449
Dear Wendy: Hard-up mum feels trapped in monotonous job. Nelson, Wendy 249
Dear Wendy: Husband's fears for marriage if his mother-in-law moves in. Nelson, Wendy 329
Dear Wendy: Wife is like her parents. Nelson, Wendy 151
Dear Wendy: Yearning for another baby. Nelson, Wendy 177
Dearlove on the mark to fire Swifts past high-flying Oadby; Interlink Express Midland Football Alliance. 417
Developers to call time early on Birmingham bombings pub. Mowbray, Simon 359
Doc struck off for ignoring sick pleas; `Dr Arora kept saying mum was imagining the pains and that she was a hypochondriac who needed attention'. Bassey, Amardeep 652
Dominguez kicks tartan army into touch as Italy triumph. 369
Don't spurn the doc, BMA urges patients. Palfreyman, Louise 341
Donald will fire Bears back to top - Stewart. Clarkson, Ian 1271
Drivers proud to be owners of Rovers. 472
Eating In, Eating Out: A treat from queen of curry. Jaffrey, Madhur 550
Eating In, Eating Out: Sunshine of Seville in a glass jam jar. Cowan, Sarah 763
Egyptian pilot seeks asylum claiming to know truth behind mystery crash. 178
Ellistown serve up a surprise as Saints look to Marsden. 166
ELO, ELO, what have we got here then? Mowbray, Simon 428
Eye op gives actor-director Burt a new outlook on life. 259
Fiery Fiji humble Kiwis. 227
film Review: American dream gets blown apart. Williamson, Richard 634
Foxes still flying as freak goals seal win; Leicester 2 Middlesbrough 1. Foulger, Neville 727
Froggatt hopes to hop back into squad. Howell, Bill 807
Gallic flair left to Lambourde as Chelsea triumph. 266
Gardening: Prune back for a summer show. Drury, Howard 176
GB's Cup progress Czech-ed by defeat. 591
Genius puts the out in outlandish. Perks, Jon 298
Get on your marks to win a Millennium Festival Award. 412
Give a child health: Family and friends' tribute to Peggy helps fund for sick children. 404
Gregory's men had no hunger for the fight. McInally, Alan 470
Gunners stunned as Bradford whet Cadete hopes. 296
Harriers saviour Newton wants to polish off title; 'I've put nearly pounds 1million in since I joined the board in '97. I picked up the debts and kept us going'. Skidmore, Roger 1014
Hat-trick hero Beni just one of the boys says Southgate. Hill, Graham 760
Headaches that could force Roma to quit. 271
Health worker critical after frenzied attack in hospital grounds. 300
Hoddle's luck changes with an own goal. 317
holiday Snaps: Head west to try American safari. 386
Holiday: Be square to be there in Madrid! Hazledine, Tim 494
Holiday: Cook up a sumptuous taste of eastern magic. 121
Holiday: Devon waterside holiday home for families who like adventure. 192
Holiday: Entranced by gem of stunning Caribbean; BREATH-TAKING... holidaymakers always vow to return to the beautiful beaches of Jamaica and their attractions including Club Caribbean (below). Wilkes, Les 667
Holiday: Look out your bucket and spade for Sahara desert journey. 182
Holiday: Mull over delights of blissful break; SUNDAY Mercury reader Alice Shaw from Kenilworth picked up her pen to turn travel writer and describe this holiday in Mull. Shaw, Alice 673
Holiday: Under magic spell of exotic southern mix. Hollyoak, Gerry 644
Hot Park clings on after four-stroke lead is blown away. 491
How heartbroken Shania was taught to smile again. Durham, Frank 431
How teenage spots could fight malaria. Larner, Tony 157
I've got pounds 1m cash to boost Midland sports; SOCCER pundit Trevor Brooking is one of England's most famous sporting sons - playing for his country more than 40 times. And today, as chairman of Sport England, he gives his personal seal of approval to the new and exciting partnership with the Sunday Mercury. Mowbray, Simon 722
Irish eyes are smiling after battle to save sex shop. Hudson, Jenny 283
It's agony for Stoke; DIVISION TWO. 163
Its all change as Nuneaton re-take stop spot in hard-fought battle. 381
Jealous wife's fury at torrid love scenes. 230
Jet-heeled Donna bags first indoor title at NIA Athletics. 196
Jimmy aiming to cut down Forest heroes. Howell, Bill 863
Jobs: Keyed in to be user-friendly. Hudson, Jenny 501
Killer slams Baggies over move. Howell, Bill 411
Kiwi hero Jones aims for a Gloucs finish at Kingsholm; All Black legend Ian Jones tells Lee Gibson why he chose Gloucester ahead of many more attractive offers when he decided to leave New Zealand and ply his trade elsewhere. Gibson, Lee 1177
Late Crisp points earn Walsall win; Walsall 27 Bedford Ath 13. 129
Leicester MP Keith Vaz denies solicitor's firm cash payment accusations. 210
Liverpool aces deal Leeds a title headache. 430
Marks winning fight to regain stylish image. 1095
Me and my health: Charlotte Hudson. 660
Mercury Comment: Partnership will give Midlanders sporting chance. 347
Merson's magic has Hornets in a spell. Hill, Graham 967
Midlands Team of the Week. 582
Money: Investment record poor. 407
Money: Made In The MIdlands. Hudson, Jenny 346
Money: Ringing the changes to pay your household bills. Liebman, Robert 787
MOney: Unit Trust with low risk is ideal for the amateur. Hexley, Gary 282
Motoring: Getting there, but in the slow lane! Cole, Bernard 548
Motoring: Insurance service blossoms with Charlie's help. 153
Motoring: New models set to join 406 range. 196
Murder hunt after man dies in vicious attack. Haywood, Bob 525
Murphy double sees Bucks fly into fifth round. 999
Mus stays focused in face of legal fears. Howell, Bill 837
Norbury's Keys Park return inspires Pitmen as Altrincham suffer five goal blitz. 474
Nottingham cruise to victory after Belper scare. Russell, Ken 286
Nurse attack: Man charged. 111
O'Neill will stand for no messing from Stan ON THE MOVE?... Collymore. Fry, Barry 514
Old-fashioned board game is still a favourite. 1287
Opportunities for all to be a winner. 200
Our Health: Helen overcomes a teething problem; 'They really knocked me about and I suffered terrible bruising. And that was it - I didn't set foot in the dentist's surgery for at least 15 years' 'We get teenagers in who have tried to conceal holes in their teeth with bits of chewing gum'. Palfreyman, Louise 719
Our Health: Helping scared patients cope. 141
Our Health: How afraid are you? 144
Our Health: Questions. Eccleston, David 356
Our health: Techniques used to allay phobias in the dental surgery. 185
Pay-back time as Stewart hits stunning goal; Barnsley 0 Ipswich 2. 307
Pervert priest victim in legal costs appeal. Hassall, Carol 304
Pithie handed chance to make amends. Marshall, Robin 442
Play-offs edge nearer as Blues on track at Crewe. Simpson, John 830
Pompey bet on a Claridge winner; Huddersfield 0 Portsmouth 1. 223
Pop: NEW RELEASES. 448
pounds 1: sports cash to give away. 99
Probation officers 'stole' from criminals. Palfreyman, Louise 254
Property: Demand for homes with gran in mind. 229
Property: New development close to motorway links. 162
Property: On the MARKET pounds 50,000-pounds 100,000. 127
Rainford on the mark but Fisher prove too strong; Dr Martens Eastern Division. 429
Rangers spoil party for Vale's loan man. 312
Ref's decision gives Albion spot of bother. 738
Rejuvenated England hit second-class Irish for six. Skidmore, Roger 829
Rep hits the jackpot with side-splitter. Haywood, Bob 368
Ricketts strike lifts Bescot battlers. Marston, Paul 808
School Report: Louis McKenzie. 420
Schools Soccer: Boys line up a double delight. Hollinshead, Graeme 105
Send us your memories of Midlands canals. 431
Sharp Blades cut down Tranmere. 141
Sharp Payne ties up points for Yeltz after Crisp start; Dr Martens Premier Division. 849
Shrews let down by keeper blunder in soppage time; Hartlepool 1 Shrewsbury 0. 213
Soft toy springs onto market. 148
Staggering 135lb bream haul is an Avon record breaker. James, Barry 448
Star shine in top battle; B'ham & Dist AFA. 121
Stoppage-time penalty is Cheltenham choker; DIVISION THREE. 229
Storm as controversial watchdog slams school. Mowbray, Simon 504
Strollers race into top spot. Wakelam, Mike 196
Sunday Shout: Fashion heads for space as the loony lunar look arrives. Palfreyman, Louise 434
Sunday Special: Name: Pastiche Bistro. Bennett, Alf 247
SUNDAY: ROAST STRAIGHT-TALKING SKIDMORE. Skidmore, Roger 368
Supremo quits after a week of Dome gloom. 291
Switched-on Phillips turns up the power at Stadium of Light; Sunderland 2 Newcastle 2. 597
Taransay has cast us aside The Castaways cast us aside. Larner, Tony 470
Tent body found on traffic island. Mowbray, Simon 243
TV's Eileen has room for more work as she is sent to Coventry. Hassall, Carol 334
Two-goal Merson eyes England call. Hill, Graham 483
Tyson role was a knockout for Iain. Hassall, Carol 1121
UNCORKED: Revival in Italian wines make these the ones to watch closely. Cowan, Tim 446
US bishops set to fly into gay priest dispute. Hudson, Jenny 296
Vicar who is tuned in to television soaps; CORONATION Street viewers will next month see a provocative new storyline about a 13-year-old schoolgirl's pregnancy. The plot has sparked heated debate about whether programmes are using sensational plots to boost viewing figures - or simply reflecting society. Hudson, Jenny 769
Vice queen online to spill sex secrets. Durham, Frank 394
Victim of fraud after a catalogue of errors. Larner, Tony 380
Videoscene: Gentleman Hugh at odds with crazy world. Bennett, Alf 412
Wacky idea. Tyndale, George 91
Wales softened up before three-try French settle score. 407
Warwicks physio Stu revving up for Benetton Formula One role. Hill, Graham 535
WHAT THEY SAID... 369
WHAT'S THE LATEST FROM PMS?; Cecil Centipede is a record breaker. 461
Win tickets to see Blues in action. 278
Wolves close gap but miss chances; Wolves 2 Palace 1. Howell, Bill 883
Women say 'I do' to multi-millionaire. 251
Wonder Kids: Daring boy Scout is one of the gang. Palfreyman, Louise 922
Worthy winner keeps Foxes alive. 285

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