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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 4, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
'Men had no right to take Lowrys'. Howe, Melvyn 460
A losing battle for poor old SSI; Game Review. 326
A sense of justice. 549
A tragedy which we will never understand; Ros Dodd tries to fathom what drives a man to commit the most tragic crime of a ll - the murder of one's children. 955
A yearning for old England. 1956
Activists in threat to dig up Rhodes. 147
Alale Lions club opens door to women. 409
Albion line up Maresca start. 177
Alound excellence from Kaleem. 304
Art expert rushes to defence of the Buddha. 433
Asian gloom hits FTSE. 507
Aussie in pledge to call Tri-Nations Tune. 475
Avoiding pounds 10 road toll may have cost five lives. 447
Bad debt in troubled Far East hits HSBC. 447
Beat bobbies prefer CS spray to the baton. 250
Blues too strong for the Pitmen; Hednesford 1 Birmingham City 3. 190
British actors named in top 25 of decade. Barnes, Anthony 377
Buddha should certainly not be sent back. 565
BYTE size. 444
Damages for woman wide awake during op. 338
Death-probe police fly out. 187
Defiant Durham keep up their Hampshire hoodoo. 765
Determined England prepare to go for the throat. 614
Diana bodyguard's first words over crash. 412
Dizzy American is crowned King of the Coasters after 47-day ride. Breslin, Maria 520
Donald refocuses amid Test umpire row. 531
Double take - stars meet up in court drama; EastEnders fans could get confused if they watch ITV's Verdict on Friday, disco vers Rob Driscoll. 637
Drugs row rolls on with TVM men quizzed; CYCLING. 260
English clubs lay groundwork for fresh assault on Europe. 652
Equal rights is often a question of equal wrongs; Although tolerance is a virtue, common sense must prevail in the age of consen t debate, says John Barton. 802
Experts gather for bid to raise Titanic's hull. 323
Face to face with the future. 182
Fast-growing Spring still in market for acquisitions. 444
Father's suicide after poisoning youngsters; Three bright children with everything to live for. 398
Fears of revolution in Kinshasa; Dawn-to-dusk curfew at Congo capital. 539
Field takes aim at the spin doctors. 259
Filtronic slips after pounds 26m LSS acquisition announced. 272
Force Nines wreak havoc in Cowes. 330
Francis waits on Scucugia. 194
Gillespie's move falls down over ankle fears. 738
Gloomier time ahead as Perry skids to halt. 260
Gough rips heart out of dismal Worcester; Yorkshire (455 for nine dec) beat Worcestershire (201 & 94) by an innings and 1 60 runs. Yorkshire 24pts, Worcestershire 4pts. 587
Grieving hamlet's silent sorrow; Residents struggle to come to terms with tragedy in their midst Michael Posner visits the Staffordshire hamlet stunned by the killing of three young children and the suicide of their father. 800
Help ... our goldfish is stuck in a tree. 179
Henman treading water despite Agassi wipeout. 332
Hold tight for an Indian Summer. 261
Home grown and thriving on neglect; A Splendid Afternoon Custard Factory, Birmingham. 291
House price rise moderate says Halifax. 150
Humphrey ignored by England; HOCKEY. 122
IBM go-faster tranny. 209
It doesn't pay to insult our Intelligence; this new era of openess, the case of MI5 mole David Shayler is educational, say s Dennis Ellam. 1056
It's just a question of pierce, love and understanding; As a member of the Royal Family succumbs to the body piercing fad, Hannah Steph enson, says don't worry parents, it's just a phase they're going through. 835
JINI just could be as good as gold. Prangle, Brian 566
Job fears as Ionica fails to secure funding. 377
Juninho's Brazilian blend fits Villa bill. 859
Keeping watch for messages from the stars. 453
Labour accused of cronyism as media tycoon made Minister. 480
Landmines expert who admired Princess is killed. 482
Last-gasp heroics fail to rescue Curtis bid. 370
Lifeline for fishermen in drift-net ban. 171
Lorries face weight ban over rat runs. 145
Lorry runs into prefab as family watch TV. 367
Malaysia threatens to cut Singapore's water supply. 274
Man killed in 50ft flats fall. 167
Man pleads not guilty to murder. 684
McGhee has two in sight. 238
Middle-class hell as heroin becomes region's fun drug. 557
Middlesex draw some consolation. 205
Missing boy poster hope. 88
Morrison Construction builds on expansion drive. 185
Move to solve `spy ship' Gaul mystery. 180
MP in call to challenge the need for building 7,000 more homes. 410
Mr Cannabis fails to convince jury that his namesake should be legal. Howe, Melvyn 383
Numbers that really matter. Dresser, Guy 482
Office machines on the move. 194
Opera House backlash may cost RSC pounds 50m. 413
Overwhelming support for Labour MEPs in election ballot. 326
Pilot faces jail for helping Nadir; Serious Fraud Office still has warrant out. Clarke, Pat 980
Pilot's drama after jet engine fails. 280
Pledge as Disney eyes castle tourist spot. 483
Police hunt youth after horrific attack on man. 546
Polly Peck: rise and fall of business empire. 409
Poplars to branch out as muck makes brass. 187
pounds 70m one-armed bandit pay-out for Bass. 290
Prison for husband who 'calmly cut his wife'. 277
Radical Livingstone sets out stall for mayoral campaign. 482
Report is just one gimmick too far. Gray, Chris 589
Rhyming without reason; Stratford Poetry Festival Shakespeare Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon. 285
Riverblue looks the best of a bad bunch. 331
Royal Mail man is slain; Manager in missing mail inquiry gunned down. 649
RSPCA called to flying fish rescue mission. 201
Saddlers in tune with Graydon; WALSALL: New boss orchestrating determined challenge to Second Division big gun s Football Correspondent Rob Bishop on the prospects for a better League season at Bescot. 707
Satellite view guaranteed to make you homesick. 504
Saville Gordon takes over companies in pounds 135m deal. 452
Saving on pounds 10 road toll may be price of five lives. 446
Schumacher is stirred but not yet shaken off. 656
Sellafield leak sparks evacuation. 149
Shame of javelin star's brother; Nightclub bouncer Sanderson jailed for killing man felled by punch. 529
Shoppers green about low-energy appliances. 195
Shropshire fail to make grade again; MINOR COUNTIES. 186
Shropshire in trouble after failing to open Western front; MINOR COUNTIES. 186
Siege goes on as armed police ring bungalow. 242
Sir Herman: police need 'disinfecting'. 205
Special needs teacher denies cruelty charges. 181
Spy's bomb claims 'must be probed'. 164
Staffs bank on keeping their title; SCHOOLS CRICKET. 194
Student who thought he was ugly hanged himself. 476
Sudan calls truce for peace talks. 145
Teenage girls think smoking will help them lose weight. Radowitz, John von 542
Terrorist murder case set for challenge. 279
Thanks for the praise - where are the sales?; Rock Correspondent Simon Evans talks to Ron Sexsmith at the start of a British tour. 957
THE ONE TO WATCH; NAME: Andy Rammell Birthplace: Nuneaton Age: 31 POSITION: Striker. 156
THEME FOR THE DAY. 370
Things are hotting up for heating thieves. 245
Torex storms in to gazump Radius MBO. 270
Ulster parade deal is a victory for common sense. 448
Ultra's pounds 60m firepower after record profit figures. 321
US blamed by Iraq for invasion of rodents. 268
US owner puts power giant on sale. 149
Warning to Bank as output falls. 170
Warwicks suffer their third defeat under lights. 552
Watch the birdie from the comfort of your sofa. 341
West Midlands stay afloat. 128
Where all the hi-tech world's a virtual stage. 691
Where sleaze factor and spin doctors meet. 92
White House battle to stop Clinton confidant testifying. 478
Woman fends off sex attacker. 725
World Digest: Cable-car death marines on manslaughter charges. 756

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