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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 6, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
'My murder trial hell'. 742
'One is knackered by a sticky wicket'. 151
'Touchy' priest denies sex attacks on children. 283
1.5 children not enough amid claims Scots are a dying breed. 305
A view to a thrill; MOTORING. 731
Abandon gold stars for pupils work say experts. 292
Aggressive Koreans' star rising east of EU. 482
Air crash hero breaks down in damages claim. 307
All set to entrance with inspired work; Martin Longley talks to jazz pianist John Taylor about his latest work. 425
America is gripped by toy story sequel. 293
Aspell's brief encounter with saddle at Towcester. 156
At one with Shiva's sexual duality. 109
Atkinson case ends on handshake; Apologies all round 'after road rage threats'. 542
Beresford lined up for pounds 1.5m move to Saints. 750
Billionaire weighs up silver swoop; PROFILE. 376
Bishop's new plea over immigrants. 150
Blair and Clinton stand firm on Iraq; Talks dominated by the Gulf crisis. 669
Boli still at Saddlers says Taylor. 227
Car sales hot off the grid but not on course. 514
Celine killer's appeal bid is turned down. 312
Chance to get away from it all from just pounds 15 a night!; BIRMINGHAM POST/HOLIDAY INN OFFER. 486
China's granting of air space to balloonists could pave way for Branson. 436
Colossus who never wanted to be celebrity; Rob Bishop relates loving words by Sarah Ann Edwards on a late, great s on. 1828
Companies boost learning campaign. 229
Concrete firms set to stick like cement after takeover. 173
Cotswold's property perfect in every way; Classically-inspired house sits in six acres and includes 'superb' frag rant gardens. 808
Crest riding on a wave of interest for homes. 305
Cricketer Bairstow's cry for help. 215
Dairy Crest pays out pounds 30m for share in Raines Foods. 264
Dallaglio orders sustained show to beat France. 700
Dangers lie in gagging the Press; Dennis Ellam examines the Lord Chancellor's threatened curbs on newspap er freedom. 1028
Day On The Dub can upset Jessica. 314
Dealing with all those little pork pies. 598
Decisive Rusedksi makes most of his opportunities. 216
Disaster warning as rates steady. 601
Dismay as bid to stem county's rising tide of burglaries fails. 311
Doing justice to the courts. 378
Double hero policeman commended. 148
Dublin will keep feet on ground. 235
Easy-going Els earns Garrido's plaudits. 605
Edwards' win gets him in gear for more action. 155
Ex-health chief asked to take on job again. 254
Finelist boss is businessman of the year. 236
First black team vicar to move. 163
Footsie holds its ground. 622
Fraudsters offered pounds 1bn loans from 'sham' bank. 382
From Halfords to boss of company bulging at seams. 1437
Game on for Stratford. 141
Gold may open vaults for Blues. 294
Goodbye nanny state says Labour's health blueprint. 593
Green belt development was unavoidable, says Minister. 418
Harassment costs firm record pounds 6m. 131
High hopes as Monsoon set to float on tide of fashion success. 353
Honour for entertainer. 647
Hospital may pay for 24-hour police patrols to beat violence. 294
HSBC chief delighted by wait-and-see approach. 353
Humphreys out to hit heights. 397
Hussain defiant but Windies scupper England's relaunch. BALDWIN, From MARK 774
I'll name that hack in... Bright, John 397
In keeping with the Farquhar Road style; NEW HOMES. 545
Innocence dies in world of intimidation. 598
Irvine slated for trying to curb press freedom. 438
It's absurd I put people off beef - Oprah. 279
Jailed teacher is cleared of aunt's murder. 532
Jarth complete their riverside development. 387
Jason made equity partner at Humberts. 103
Keeping an Eye on the Internet. 84
Klinsmann's boost for Spurs after jaw break. 228
Lamaison puts past behind him. 189
LDV aid hopes boosted by sales; Outlook for Daewoo deal optimistic. 501
Little refuses to rule out Milosevic recall for visit to Derby. 417
London leaps up the world cost of living scale. 497
Lorrymen step up drive for compensation. 305
Man arrested after dogs kicked to death. 440
Man arrested over Little Mermaid decapitation. 680
Man dies ten days after Lottery win. 121
Masterpiece that should storm its way to Oscars. 873
Matbro problems drag down troubled Powerscreen 10pc. 293
MCC set to vote in favour of election of women. 807
McRae prays for snow and more snow in Swedish rally. 397
Moseley owner dips into pocket to pay players. 647
MP seeks assurances on health. 229
Never mind the war, what about the New York Five? 509
New formula is ICI success secret. 370
New hurdles block easing of beef ban. 319
New role for the Town Hall. 2025
Nicola sails out of disaster and into something good. 404
Northern Racing promise bright future for Brighton. 607
NTL and Comcast join forces in communications link-up. 253
Part-timers to get European hearing on pensions rights. 459
Photo fun booths to boost image. 184
Police suspect Mardi Gra link in bus stop bombing. 284
Powell faces quick call as England A go for spin. Cricket, From MYLES HODGSON 523
Practice makes perfect ratings. 289
Praise heaped on city school chiefs. 342
Pregnant woman's evil rapist jailed for life. 416
Queen will save pounds 1.8m by leasing US-built privately-run helicopte r. 344
Rapist terrified victims with knife. 366
Rare Titanic link restored. 205
Reformers here to stay says Yeltsin. 145
Refugees from London looking for a better life; RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. 923
Relief but still bowed by pound; Economists are broadly coming into line and expecting no more increases. 527
Repossessions fall by one third. 302
Rice fashions top writing award. 117
Rights Bill blow for Labour. 107
Sadness and anger in valley of death. 385
Schoolboys walk free from sex trial; Trio cleared of attack on classmate, aged 9. 707
Sears casts off its last shoe company for pounds 6m. 234
Serial sex attackers haunt city; Police warn a third offender may be prowling the streets. 528
Sex claims are all fiction Sir Arthur tells Charles. 398
Shoe retailers wrong-footed as shopping trends change. 283
Show goes on for historic Old Rep theatre. 174
Single currency sidelines a dangerous place, UK told. 277
Stalemate as education chiefs clash. 335
Stanger starts off on bench. 438
Sticking with a Convention of musical chairs; Simon Evans looks at the ins and outs of Fairport Convention's tour. 423
Storm over 'born-again' virgins. 177
Suffer the little children; Women's Editor Ross Dodd examines the heartache children experience whe n parents break up. 1064
Superstar can't quite live-up to the name; Superstar/The Hybirds Flapper And Firkin. 262
Taking risks with Saddam. 542
Tears of purge's innocent victims; Youth holds the key to a different future. 645
Teenage vampire faces execution. 305
The girls who were away with the fairies; Mike Davies talks to director Charles Sturridge about our need for fant asy. 1010
The Post in the fore of what's on. 159
THEME FOR THE DAY. 521
Thief attacks woman near courts. 512
Timeshare fraud boss walks free after jail ordeal. 543
Tough stance on Iraq - and gossip. 570
Trade unions and bosses deadlocked over recognition law. 150
Twin degrees for Richardsons. 267
US giant buys link to Europe. 181
US investor triggers run as prices go sky high. 671
VAT couple 'pocketed pounds 100,000 in bribes'. 275
Very unhealthy discrimination; Medical Correspondent Jon Hunt wonders why some diseases are singled ou t for attention and others ignored in the Government's new public health propos als. 643
Waiting for answers from Tony Blair. Kirkbride, Julie 601
Worcester in no rush to take pick from jobless. 330
World's smallest lasers offer diabetics ray of hope. 540

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