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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 15, 1998)

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2,000 fish rescued from canal pollution. 261
A new life for kidney swap father. 158
Accountant bows out. 120
Appeal to father over baby snatch. 219
Armour maker faces tortured wait over jail threat in planning row. 436
Back to school with lessons for teachers. 176
Blair tour set to seal welfare reforms. Harrison, Stephen 450
Blistered eafter hour on a sunbed. 302
Boost to GEC Alsthom float as train project gets back on track. Warrington, Nicola 508
British growth set to outstrip City forecasts. Warrington, Nicola 396
Brown plans benefits via wage packets for low-paid. 378
BT set for early end to television ban. 174
BTR moves towards sale Down Under. 168
Cadbury on a high after Coke deal. Wachman, Richard 301
Call for WHO to rule on BSE issues. 196
Centrica gets tough on power deadline. 325
Children die in house fire. 171
Children's homes beat the axe. 206
China faces being left out in cold. 219
City bids for pounds 11m in crime crackdown. 218
Cleaner dusts off a 'miracle'. 114
Clinton expects sex case trial. 174
Communities unite to mourn youth worker. 378
Conditions in turkey barn like Belsen, court is told. 542
Crash tragedy on way to opera; Businessman crushed after Range Rover tyre blew out. Ilyas, Mohammed 691
Demand for Rolls engine means boost for Lucas. Roberts, Dan 419
Dental expert enters ear-biting debate. 153
Dixons shares take a dive as profits fail to match up; Dixons shares crashed yesterday as the electrical stores group became the first major retailer to report lower Christmas sales and warned profits would be less than the City expects. Personal computers - which account for about 15 per cent of the group's turnover and television sales were the major disappointment. Wood, Martin 373
El Tel never quite matched up to his ambition; The rise and fall of Terry Venebles, whose business affairs have been ended by a penalty. 666
eMeanest traffic warden says Evans is a bully. 357
EU backs partial lifting of beef ban; Northern Ireland will reap benefits first. 544
Euro MPs in fresh bid for Cup U-turn. 416
European lobby slates Cook over attack on 'costly' agriculture budget. 332
Ex-dancer's tears over charity tribute to Princess. 385
Family wake in dog terror. 120
Fizz goes out of Whitbread's latest trading. Warrington, Nicola 345
Flincher Croft rising to short-pitch challenge. Field, David 268
Foster's campaign boosted by claims that fox population not controlled by hunting. 510
German car makers consider deal to buy Rolls-Royce Motors. Lacobs, Kurt 444
Giant posters of mother confront age and beauty. 370
Government approval for pounds 70m hospitals plan. 155
Government investigation must not turn into witch-hunt, warns CLA. 775
Government to revamp planning system. 367
Grannie becomes pregnant again at 54. 305
Guscott fit and able to state case for Paris. 342
Heads say no to inner-city promotion chances. Harrison, Stephen 349
Hickman close to bronze as women set relay record. Gordon, Ian 543
High-tech agreement maps out ways to save lives. 200
Home Office shows mercy to paralysed ex-cricketer. Ilyas, Mohammed 297
Hopes grow for the Malmesbury two. 324
House buyers prefer Cadillacs; Monroe's car part of unique hose and museum sale. Jackson, Guy 475
Hunt for the lost millions of 'Marie Celeste'. Jacobs, Kurt 578
I do not have delusions, says Branson. 455
I love my husband and he would never hurt me, vicar's wife tells court. 377
Import costs help push Budgens to record. 172
Independence day enjoyed by Tendulkar. 161
Laker drips Florida flight. 87
Land prices set to slump by as much as 20pc. 288
Landowners all churned up over 4x4 drivers. 461
Mac fails to return to court. 134
Manager passed lorry days before fatal crash. 330
Managers predict era of higher spending. 496
Milk sees colour code shake up. 130
Moscow hails new success. 92
Moseley scrum packs Samoan punch. Blair, Michael 573
New agency to guard food from eplough to the plate. Butler, Jo 487
New-look Webster's dictionary excludes the meaning of dominoes. Blair, Michael 664
Oakley takes wider role at Mirror Group. Wachman, Richard 176
Old Trafford fever begins to take hold at Bescot. Bishop, Rob 353
Pay rises could signal new interest rate increase. 295
Pc held in pounds 1m drug bust. Ilyas, Mohammed 540
Pc is charged after club's pounds 11,000 'goes missing'. 148
Ponting star of Warne's winners. 218
pounds 500,000 legal charges for charity fund. 226
Prisoner in struggle with officers, inquest told. 384
Question of those foreign affairs. Hastilow, Nigel 660
Rusedski and Sampras blown off Open course. 195
Serial sex attack link ruled out by police. 209
Shirley some mistake, says judge; Bassey es assistant loses case over sacking row. Pearson, Jeanette 634
Short on warpath with MoD. 357
Sketchley in process of retail sales talks. 283
Smith to steer clear of sales. Bishop, Rob 589
Some rail services worse since sell-off. 411
Sri Lankan plaudits for Anurasiri. 170
Stagflation may be on the way again. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 480
Stanley Leisure betting on a World Cup winner. 448
Tarmac shares plummet 9pc. 87
Terror that stalks the bus stops. Howarth, Jayne 788
The cutting question of birth. Dodd, Ros 1064
The epolitics of power that drive Britains decision on EMU. 246
The good food guide. 554
The public draws the line on sex. Ellam, Dennis 906
Time to swallow Humble pie. Ellam, Dennis 1007
Tony is right - the people say so. Stuart, Gisela 635
Tough talk on hooligans. 122
Unemployment falls to 17-year low; Both national and regional jobless figures fall by 5pc. Duckers, John 508
Upbeat Monsoon issues flotation prospectus. 230
Venables gets red card from the boardroom. Taylor, Mike 401
Venables' Aussie role may be over. 131
Walsh backs skipper Lara. 106
Watchdog demands a cut in water bills. 276
We escaped to victory admits Parlour. 490
White sees light after demons do their worst. Blair, Michael 602
Winnie tells of lifetime of sacrifice for Nelson. 439
Woman soldier shoots RUC man. 393
Work comes through the door for Dudley. Wood, Martin 197

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