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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (December 7, 1998)

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'Fast-track' sackings may place police at risk of being framed. Butler, Jo 614
'Keep up payments' warning to households. 372
'Lost evidence' police errors ruined my life. 645
[3] Post Script. 112
A degree of anger over Wolves 'slur'. 951
A green Christmas in the trenches; Festive truce is top of BNRR protesters' wish list. 501
A loving father and a dedicated terrorist. 954
A mission impossible to defend guilty men; Bury 2 West Bromwich Albion 0. 754
A nice little Brucie bonus. 293
Air-rage passenger dies. 117
Armed police battle to keep religious protesters apart. 269
Baby joy for Omagh bombing survivor. 286
Baldwin bows to City slickers; Cardiff City 3 Hednesford Town 1. 521
BASKETBALL Bullets finally pierce Rocks; Edinburgh Rocks 62 Peugeot Bullets Birmingham 74. 295
Birch exits but Gifford will stand by his man; Henley 26 Birmingham Solihull 13. 439
BOWLS Radical change for green party. 310
BOXING Flute strikes bum note in Bristol. 484
Boy, three, dies, after mauling by escaped jaguar. 92
Breathing life into the tradition; Simon Evans talks to English folk music legend Maddy Prior about traditional music and the Wombles. Evans, Simon 887
brian - can u make the blob make sense pls?; Seven-wicket Flower powers century. 199
Catch 22 beckons for Gregory; Joachim to eye exit if axe falls. 558
CBI boss warns of funding black hole. 178
Cherie Blair's plea over 'lost' boys. 500
Chief blasts new ban on water cut-offs. 283
Chilling warning as Boks lick wounds. 262
China orders execution of former colony crime gang. 278
Cigarette fire kills pensioner. 154
City View Boeing catches a cold but ... Dresser, Guy 539
Clare sells Britain Short; 'It's not my job to boost foreign trade'. 640
Collar to beat hunter going for a song. Murphy, Eileen 230
Controversy clouds last-gasp triumph for Testaverde. 695
Cook optimistic of Lockerbie breakthrough. 451
Coventry feel hard Dunn by as Euell strikes rub salt in the wound; Wimbledon 2 Coventry City 1. 600
Crushing minnows gives new sense of purpose to Scotland; Scotland 85 Spain 3. 750
Davies asked me to arrange gay sex romp. 364
Dedicated Emblen answers calling with collector's item; Wolves 1 Bolton 1. 816
Defiance over EU rebate. 148
Division on Test calls and pitches hinders new county set. 980
Dixons and Imperial tipped to join FTSE. 101
Dobson to give smokers nicotine fix on NHS. 158
Doh! That Hawking guy will teach Bart a thing or two. 188
Double tragedy as toddler is orphaned. Smith, Allan 315
Eager bidding for forger's art. Flanagan, Padraic 274
Eco-warriors' festive offer to bailiffs. 196
Electronic tag makes Euro freight easy to spot. Smith, Allan 406
Exchange of glances as streets run with blood. Kerr, Andrew 896
Exeter exploit large holes in weakened Worcester attack; Exeter 16 Worcester 8 (Agg Exeter 47 Worcester 25). 376
Family mourns footballer's death. Owen, Charis 290
Father faces life sentence for giving son AIDS. 499
First-class rail scheme will 'mind the child'. 164
Five of the best from history. 227
Footloose Petta's moves put Blues out of business; Ipswich Town 1 Birmingham City 0. 832
Gas leak sparks major emergency. 697
GOLF Price right on Sun City approach. 611
Graydon cloud has silver lining; Preston North End 2 Walsall 0. 533
Hague stands his ground in storm over House of Lords. 529
Hearts take the honours; Hearts 2 Celtic 1. 89
Hereford fail to take Cup day advantage; NON-LEAGUE FOCUS. 352
High-flying Spurs merely whet Graham's appetite; ROUND-UP. 489
High-tech freebie for the lap-top students. 183
Hills will be alive with sound of my music again, vows Julie. 213
HOCKEY Bournville complete woeful weekend of losing winning leads. 634
Houses face bulldozer as council finds 4,000 fail to make the grade. 287
HOW ENGLAND'S TWICKENHAM HEROES RATED; International focus on England v South Africa. 391
I will die for every animal in every torture laboratory. 542
ICE HOCKEY Blaze battle to the bitter end. 313
Imelda to sue for return of family 'wealth'. 284
Improving United leave it late to wreck Robson's derby day; Middlesbro 2 Newcastle Utd 2. 586
Is Hague the thick end of the wedge? Hemming, John 635
Ivy House's staying power is Ayr key. 477
Kidd's influence puts Davies on goal trail; Blackburn 1 Charlton 0. 449
Last chance to buy world's strongest beer. 705
Law shake-up to make gazumping a thing of the past. William, Helen 328
Leaver tests league view on media men. 404
Let's swap Alberta for somewhere more civilised. 592
Lichfield impress but Walsall take honours; Lichfield 17 Walsall 28. 281
Life is too precious to give up drugs tests. 1994
LOOK SMART!; When it comes to dressing for the evening is your man in a party of one? Carole Ann Rice shows you how to sort the dross from the gloss. Rice, Carole Ann 578
Mac the Knife wins top healthcare job. 439
Magical England go up in world; England 13 South Africa 7. 1215
Mandelson kept away at Rover. 535
Mandelson set to loose Post Office shackles. 310
McGrath bowled over by the girl who beat cancer. 541
Metro set to miss the bus by two weeks. 310
MIDLAND ROUND-UP Dudley's try douses fired-up underdogs. 299
Mixed messages from plane makers send interest in Apollo soaring; POTTERIES. 760
More firms fail. 89
Morrison on right mark; Newbold-on-Avon 28 Hereford 33. 106
MOTORSPORT No2 Irvine knows his place. 134
MP Robinson comes under mounting pressure to quit. 479
Naomi pledges to fight `sour grapes' assault charges. 406
NATIONWIDE REVIEW Leaders stay on roll with Summerbee. 202
Nato troops fly in to cool Kosovo flare-up. Carpenter, Dave 547
New job could straighten out Curle's future. Scott, Ged 353
No issue says White as Moseley miss out. 225
No rhyme or reason to question Villa fibre; Aston Villa 1 Manchester United 1. 923
No truth in rape claim says Bacher. 203
Pakistanis forfeit after pitch damage. 241
Palace denies dome snub. 84
Pensioner dies after smouldering cigarette starts blaze. 284
Plea over Gulf syndrome. 180
Plea over Rwanda murderer claims. 333
Police find man's body in flat. 181
Police responsibility for guns. 364
Post Office set to win greater freedom. 352
Post Reviews A fine night for eclecticism; Martin Longley reports on a weekend of music with Julian Arguelles, Ammy Coco and B.E.A.S.T. Longley, Martin 478
Post Reviews Bulgarian enigma shrouded in mystery; Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares Warwick Arts Centre. Bradshaw, John 243
Post Reviews Hitting the right spot; James NEC. 316
Post Script. 108
PREMIERSHIP FOCUS Radebe loyal to O'Leary's brave new world; Leeds 4 West Ham 0. 545
Probably won't be all white on the night. 262
Referendum plan to halt fox hunting. 490
Reindeer reined in again. 107
Rover finds flexible friends in Germany; James O'Brien reports from BMW's Munich plant, which pioneered flexible working practices One BMW employee said he would tell Rover workers that the four-day week was not difficult. They would be working only one hour extra. O'Brien, James 1453
Saudis hold sister of dissident. 223
Scents make sense in a mundane world; That's why you pay shrinks so much, because they have to endure the abject tedium of listening to your tales of standing stark naked at the NEC with Jeremy Clarkson throwing brussel sprouts at you. Rice, Carole Ann 624
School's out for burglars as pupils join fight against crime. 286
Secret tragedy of son's brain. 260
Security fears over pounds 10m child detention centre. 444
Shamed over cancer tests. 99
Short answer is think first. 569
SKIING Downhill fogged off again. 135
Sky diver falls to his death as parachute fails to open. 387
Small firms blaze trail to success in Fast Track 100. 333
SNOOKER Hendry back in winner's circle with Malta win. 278
Spanish holiday apartment blast duo are named. 97
SPEEDWAY Ermolenko not riding into sunset. 358
Sporting lunch list. 131
Springboks vanquished but vowing to be back. 445
St Petersburg goes to polls. 113
Stourbridge stutter but narrow gap at the top; NATIONAL TWO NORTH ROUND-UP Whitchurch 13 Stourbridge 29. 522
Stowaway penalty anger hauliers; Minister's pounds 2,000-per-immigrant idea. Clarke, Michael 484
Straw feels the heat as Pinochet D-day looms. 339
Street battles erupt on West Bank; Peace sours just days ahead of Clinton visit. 487
Take-off as British Aeropspace goes for pounds 14bn merger with Germany's Dasa. 405
TENNIS McEnroe hints at possible Graf link-up. 388
TENNIS Tired finale sparks move to give Davis Cup new life. 604
That will be all, Jeeves ... 214
The Nutcracker; Birmingham Hippodrome A Christmas cracker. Edmonds, Richard 313
The Post Files. 756
THEME FOR THE DAY. 399
There are no humane heroes in this latest manipulative protest; Jo Ind says Barry Horne's hunger strike is manipulative and irresponsible. Ind, Jo 1001
Trains hit by vandals on line. 166
University course offers hope for those who want to be boozy bright sparks. 358
Utilities groups in pounds 12.6bn merger talks. 247
Victory sets World Cup northern lights ablaze. 669
Villa and Sky Blues face lambs to the slaughter Cup tussle. 517
Watchdog kicks up a stink over rubbish tip. 293
Wiblin ton brightens tame draw. 385
With this ring I do thee condemn to jail. 231
Woman attacked by bogus taxi driver. 587
Women's work is never done. 224
Workers go right to top with rates cut call. 246
Zealous Lloyd heaps scorn on dismissive Jones. HODGSON, From MYLES 697

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