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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 24, 1998)

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'Attack and threats' on Diana crash lawyer. 216
`All Israel' in range of Iranian missile. 301
`Blood product may have killed thousands'. 86
`Lady of the Lake' husband to give evidence at inquest. 648
`Lucky 13' win record pounds 181m US lottery. 362
10 years for gun-runner. Clarke, Pat 436
ABB disappointing as UK arm holds up well. 233
Act now or we all pay later. 538
Animal rights man jailed for hoax; Bomb-calls plot to stop Dover sheep exports. 540
Apologies from Craig. 234
Asia crisis puts bite on Nestle. 185
Beauty spot murder hunt. 278
Boots takes strain of sales slowdown. 168
Breach birth 'spiralled out of control' court told. 220
Bristol call in receiver. 149
British troops arrest wrong Serbian twins. 177
Broken hand KOs Brown as Warwicks rally round flag; At Edgbaston (first day of four): Warwickshire (190 & 23-1) lead Essex (139) by 74 runs with nine second-innings wickets in hand. 560
Bull Ring revamp hits the road at last. 298
Burmese party leader `kidnapped' by police. 235
Cameras catch taxi rogues. 98
Campaigners demand early release for soldiers. Tegel, Simeon 311
Cartilage tear kick-off hitch to Redknapp. 321
Cecil looks for ride to display Killer Instinct. 420
Centrac wins pounds 25m Railtrack contract. 247
Cheek to work wonders for RSC. 346
Colley shock to Blues' system; Tamworth 1 Birmingham City 0. 155
Cookson slowdown sees slump in shares. 305
Council to blame for boy's horror fall into park lake. 237
Couple win compensation in road construction test case. 216
Court sees tape of one punch that killed fan. 575
CPS faces pay-out over rape trial fiasco. Howe, Melvyn 517
Crawley's pointer. 1363
Criminals staying one call ahead of police. 233
Crystal firm's future ownership unclear; Board decides bids as Royal Brierley toasts modernisation. 974
Derek `denied birthright'. 416
dGran takes a dip for 72nd birthday. 237
Dobson under fire over NHS doctors pledge. 236
Dr Jo to prescribe timely Celtic tonic. 190
EC approves massive merger between Daimler and Chrysler. 236
Extra practice time for armed officers. 192
FA clinch four-year pounds 25m AXA Cup deal. 372
Fears over General Motors dispute as strike costs Pilkington pounds 1.3 m a week. 217
FIFA faith in Japan as 2002 option. 294
Film and TV venture Winchester could be the one to watch. 743
Final phase released at Pinner Court. 140
Fire crews battle in vain as flames rip through pub. 278
Flags at half-mast for first anniversary of Diana's death. Archer, Peter 203
Flats scoop award before they are even built. 308
Francis could offer Hughes 'softer' option. 380
Fraser late show takes honours. 259
French deal boosts hopes of defence firms link-up. 334
Friends die in bizarre tragedy. 154
Godfrey joy as Mayson is eclipsed. 243
Gossard girl's drink-drive ban following lovers' tiff. 358
Government defends 'vulgar propagandist' Mandelson. 231
Gridlock at Rover; Action threat as unions insist 'a deal's a deal'. 831
Hamleys springs profits warning. 212
Head teacher is one of four Britons killed in plane crash. Crawford, Elisa 666
Heart of England may not be broken by recession. 815
Hopes high on car sales. 294
Hotspot for illegal immigrants; Home Office targets region in crackdown. 391
How did we cope before cars? 385
How five small words led to the gallows. 242
I'm too old to change, Ellis tells soccer fans. 248
ICI's value slumps pounds 1bn on profits warning. 383
Imogen's got plenty to shout about; Simon Evans discovers a new artist with a heap of talent and a penchant for the personal. 661
Injury-hit Warwicks in fight to avoid drop; TENNIS. 389
Inspired designers dared to be different. 363
Is Rover hiding behind sterling?; Labour MPs say Rover is using the strength of sterling as a smokescreen for cost-cutting. Political Correspondent Chris Gray reports. 781
It's time for the truth to be told. Hastilow, Nigel 674
It's time to cash in on Calypso Kid's draw; Ged Scott explains why Aston Villa should cash in on Dwight Yorke's app eal. 933
Jaguar, Toyota and Peugeot are set to ride out the crisis. 575
JCB unveils its new pounds 40m US manufacturing plant. 285
JJB enters the big league with pounds 290m deal for Sports Division. 436
Jubilant Bentley campaigners call for public inquiry into conviction. Crawford; Peachey, Paul 622
Judgment delayed as Cronje pitches in; At Trent Bridge (first day of five): South Africa are 302-7 in their fi rst innings. 1064
Just the tip of the iceberg, say business chiefs. 595
Killing the car and the car jobs. Kirkbride, Julie 602
Kosovo `left a wasteland' as offensive is halted. 351
Lausanne hearing could suspend de Bruin for life; DRUGS IN SPORT: The worlds of swimming and cycling come under the micro scope aga. 516
Legal & General finds money to pay bill for pension mis-selling. 374
Lewinsky releases `tell-tale' dress. 406
Libyans' lawyer accepts plans to hold Lockerbie trial in The Hague. 439
Lords ruling over 'lifers'. 301
Lorry crawl protest to bring more M-way jams. 496
Loyalty is not on the cards for shoppers. 152
Majestic castle is steeped in history; Sheer sophistication with crisp, white rendering and a hint of the Odeo n style. 691
Man jailed for theft of computers from NEC. 239
Man walked into car as he watched for bus. 243
Market town is split over supermarket go-ahead. 527
Mayor of Tehran jailed for corruption. 180
Mercy for `tortured' man who killed child. Evans, Martin 375
Minnows caught along with the big fish. 342
Modahl has a point to prove. 253
Motor evolution at its bracing best; Chris Russon gets to grips with BMW's all new selection. 641
MP's dilemma as convicted paedophile moves to locality. Moncrieff, Chris 517
MPs' fury at Wallace and Gromit accent change. 313
Murder gang will kill again soon, warns Scotland Yard. Raif, Shenai 448
Nationwide votes by a nose to stay with societies. 641
New package sees Labour accused of nannying parents. 490
Nine-strong group of best (or worst); City Editor Guy Dresser takes an individual look at the Monetary Policy Committee. 1777
No hiding place for rogue directors. 225
Northern Rock stands firm against rival banks. 536
Not all is lost, thanks to Terry... Dodd, Ros 636
Plan to use pig liver on humans; Government safeguards for animal transplants. Brown, Jackie; Little, Alison 418
Police take action on child drug dealers. 419
Politician `guilty over death squads'. 450
President of Chechnya escapes serious injury from bomb blast. 626
Pru finds pennies from heaven. 527
Rapist to get pay-out over earlier trial. 231
Reality strikes as Rose turns into bogey man. 806
Record profits on a wing and a prayer. 327
Red Robbo shadow looms over Longbridge; Ian Halstead gets an uneasy feeling of deja vu as Rover and its unions meet head-on. 449
Relaxed McGhee eyes parting shot in Berlin. 430
Research `hit by bias'. Radowitz, John von 295
Revenge 'baseball bat' attackers convicted. 460
Risk of disease may force evacuation of tidal wave disaster survivors. 385
Rover sales up by 10,000 in six months. 289
Rover to axe jobs; Andy Burrows tests the mood of Rover workers as the shock news sinks in . 486
Row over fire calut costs. 113
Rush starts to fill gap on nurses. 142
Salmonella `super-bug' threat to farms. RADOWITZ, JOHN von 372
Schumacher sees Villeneuve trouble. 386
Scottish pull de Beer. 256
Sellafield's future safe despite EU's 'zero' waste. 227
Senate throws out Bill against unsafe gun owners. 684
Shake-up at West Bromwich. 118
Shooting Fish nets first profits for Winchester. 426
Small is beautiful for motor future. 292
Snatched - brand new thatched. 341
Solicitor launches scathing attack on Kenneth Clarke. 230
Spirit of Thatcher lives on in Labour. 2085
Sprint kings lead night of records. 299
Straw set to jettison age of consent at 16 for gays. 690
Stress takes its toll as Sugrue quits Cov; RUGBY UNION. 276
Suspended jail term for Depardieu. 185
the eye of the storm; The Rover disaster is just the beginning, Birmingham Chamber of Commerc e tells Dennis Ellam. 1553
The Labours on Hercules. 423
The Mint with a whole lot of money. 199
THEME FOR THE DAY. 506
Thick-skinned comedy from absurdist master; Terry Grimley reports on a rare Ionesco revival. 472
This Blade's as sharp as a needle; Mike Davies takes his pick of this week's cinema releases. 789
Thorntons' man moves into fashion. 121
Trade gap stretches to pounds 1.9 billion. 378
Trial judge thought death sentence was `fair and just' says his daughter. 293
Tributes to policeman shot dead. 143
Two killed after separate road accidents. 607
Two-line heading. 1461
United ready to make move for Villa hero. 707
Veteran out to Court success in final fling. 573
Warning hits ICI valuation. 514
Watchdog set to focus on supermarkets' powers. 285
When hedges rule your life; Ros Dodd meets the man who drew upon 17 years of personal struggle to l aunch the constantly busy Hedgeline pressure group. 1036
Wife shot husband over murder claims. 128
Wrong sort of car park means misery at station. 322

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