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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 10, 1998)

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'Mad dog' row closed. 107
A cold start is bad news for Fogarty; MOTORCYCLING. 185
Anger as Cilla is asked to quit actors' union. 339
Another deputy PM finds he is too busy to visit city. 223
Apartments made to high standard. 211
Blackspot gets speed cameras. 190
Built with support in mind. 123
Bumpy road as Rolls-Royce and Bentley car sales crash. 392
Businessman jailed over Ecstasy plot. 360
Cafe bar starts pub revolution; Magistrates approve late night licence. 742
Champion Tiger lies in wait; Winds of change fail to blow Olazabal's early bid off course. Golf, From MARK GARROD 649
Clothes Show gets a new look; 'Make-over' as TV ratings take a tumble. 433
Clubs anger at Cotton's 'scaremongering'. 843
Communication top priority for UEF chief. 785
Conversion project. 214
Coulthard must alter his attitude. GORDON, From IAN 421
Daughter's operation 'unnecessary'. 439
Demand outstrips supply. 216
Detectives arrest 54 in car-crime crackdown. 552
Do the Third World a favour. 604
Doyle hits back as three fail random test; SNOOKER. 354
Drifting Wolves will keep faith with McGhee. 361
Driver plucked to safety from floods. 701
Drumming ahead. 80
eggstravaganza is waiting for those who brave the elements. 550
Evans unfazed as Fergie raises Old Trafford stakes. 659
Exhilarating trans-fusion lays it on the lino; Blood on the Floor Symphony Hall. 244
Fame at last for the Mitterrand 'secret' daughter; PARIS. Seward, Deborah 566
Fame game is a risky business; Ros Dodd wonders why sex makes celebrities take outrageous chances. Dodd, Ros 1247
Feast of television for a wet weekend. 337
Firmin stays on the button with its own range. 364
First verdict stays secret in 'Killing Fields' case. 193
Foulds returning to top form. 260
Furlong in doubt as Blues hit home run. 380
Garton rides strong pound to post 28pc profits rise. 423
GEC Alsthom in pounds 400m Cegelec deal. 192
Gerard solves problem to cruelly expose Becker. 442
Getting into some bad cohabits. Dodd, Ros 586
Glenda in new pledge over M42 service stations fear. 279
Grateful football supporter is given a cup of his own. Bright, John 534
Gregory points finger to find real reason for Villa's troubles. 471
he Post Files. 577
Hollioake star wanes as vultures circle prey. BALDWIN, From MARK 665
How Daewoo they do it?; MOTORING Chris Russon decides the new Leganza 2.0 is high on value for money but low on personality. Russon, Chris 617
Humility doesn't become him. 2202
Improving Walsall stand ready to trip up league leaders. 502
Indian pair post world-best stand. 581
Interest rate decision aids market. 676
Japan's pounds 19bn tax cuts to kick-start economy. 482
Juventus goal king Del Piero staying put despite Vialli link. 161
Keegan does North a favour to deliver Taylor his Swiss role. 242
Keown injury blow for Gunners. 290
KPMG's pounds 1m public sector deal. 149
Lloyd has no intention of being grassed up in confrontation with India. 634
Love-cheat officer returns to duty; Pople aims for calmer waters after verdict. 891
Masons start campaign to block Government register. 351
McCoy upset as ban is increased after appeal. 180
McLean fills Hampshire pace void. 121
National Express in bid to land US airport. 642
New Look unveils plans for flotation. 257
No Christian thoughts as Gross plans. 248
Not such Kula dudes but still shaking it; Kula Shaker Wolverhampton Civic Hall. 237
Parcel firm opens pounds 7.1m centre. 281
Pictures for sale as Michael stays silent. 413
Point to prove in heavy duty derby affair. 382
Police car high-tech video link can spot trouble on the buses. 336
Policeman rescues man from reservoir. 688
Proud manor spans the centuries; Ancient seat of the powerful Penn family. 698
Public may be asked to help save Town Hall. 390
Pupils' learn to give a little extra. 391
Ref voices his thoughts of attack by fans. 258
Reid keen to stay cool in face of promotion fever on Wearside. 373
RON RESCUE JUMP; Rolling Stone escapes a blaze in Babylon. 245
Royal Mail tackles post strike backlog. 269
Saville cashes in with pounds 1.4m property firm share selff. 248
SEP snaps up Webb Fasteners for pounds 1m. 255
Setback in hunt for man who raped widow. 232
Sighs of relief as rate is held. 538
Soccer - a game of life and death. 289
Sparks fly in Tarantino's slow-burning thriller; Mike Davies reviews the latest cinema releases. Davies, Mike 749
Sporting Sam scores as Wembley's first mascot. 151
Stomach-bug students head for home after agony. 227
Success in war on cigarette smugglers. 255
Super TV has League chiefs in hot water. 330
Superiority complex. 289
Sweet success boosts pay for chiefs. 299
Swinburn gets back to winning ways. 221
Talks deadline focused hearts and minds; Putting a clock on the peace process given all parties a sense of purpo se over Ulster, says Chief Feature Writer Dennis Ellam. Ellam, Dennis 889
Taxing time awaits at G8 summit. 230
The Army wife who stood by her man. 310
The art of a fine village mystery. 186
The bubble that should have burst. 544
The new driving force behind used car sales; How the supermarket approach of Car Group has revolutionised the way we buy cars. 1153
The people fighting for peace; Chris Gray profiles the main players in the Stormont peace talks. Gray, Chris 795
The way to hand back pounds 2bn shares. 246
THEME FOR THE DAY. 372
Tolerance or indifference. 443
Tree-felling vicar must repent and replant. 131
Tudor Dairies axes 70 jobs as production halted. 266
Ulster holds its breath as peace talks last into the night. 401
United chase prized Dutchman. 318
Very tempting prices for rural buyers; RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. 368
Why City investors are so shy of Garton Engineering. 856
Wilson sees a rush of sales at Brookfields; NEW HOMES. 184
Wren who wrecked marriages. 213

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