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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 17, 1998)

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'Ghost' on the run after raid. 127
'Watch the grass grow' scam by conman. 411
`She should never care for children again'. Crack, Amanda 380
14,000 `disappeared' in cyclone strike. 267
A little bit of what you fancy does you good; After the austerity of much of the 90s, caviar is back in vogue. Fashio n & Lifestyle Editor Carole Ann Rice meets one of the delicacy's most passionat e advocates. 1362
A resounding evening but badly supported; Birmingham Conservatoire Symphonic Wind Orchestra Adrian Boult Hall, Bi rmingham. 217
Airport flying as passenger numbers take off. 634
Ambitious Habibie surprises country by moving into the age of e-mail. 761
Arrested fan in France 'to soak up the atmosphere'. 730
Baby report shock for single mothers. 369
Bard's musician heads off for pastures new; Long synonymous with the Royal Shakespeare Company, composer and conduc tor Guy Woolfenden tells Terry Grimley about life after the Bard. 953
Bargain-hunters help shares advance amid US uncertainty. 455
Baseball bat terror of vicar held hostage in pavilion. 360
Battling Smith realises Graf dream. 218
Beers out for the lads!; Scantily-clad girls, Sky TV, a jukebox - oh, and food. Graham Findlay e njoys the view at Hooters. 1004
Billie-Jo jury taken to death house. Frith, Maxine 352
Brighouse 'wants to get rid of grammars'. 541
Brown's men exploit gap in tactical video. 823
Bus driver sacked over drinking claims. 715
Business Post banks on Royal Mail selff. 303
Business Post delivers consistent success. 621
Classy Jackson sprints into talent gap left by Christie. 538
Cleared solicitor now looks forward to rebuilding his life; Jayne Howarth reports on the four-year ordeal of a Midland solicitor cl eared yesterday of cheating the Legal Aid Board. 612
Commission set to rule on airline alliance. 513
Communities put above need of motorists. 164
Convicted thug allowed to join official supporters' club. 422
D'Oyly Carte explores a future in the Capital. 273
Demand eases for commercial property. 526
Derby day for K&D in KO Cup battle. 207
Double-barrelled offensive hits pounds 8m target. 521
England loses a former World Cup defender to cancer. 456
Equality commission accused of race bias. Brown, Jackie 208
Ex-hostage Waite helps Victim Support lift-off. 158
Facts behind police squad fund. 372
Family at war over 'coup'. 533
Farmer faces ruin after he is ordered to pay pounds 1m to estate agents. Howard, Stephen 484
Ferrum back in the black. 146
FIFA clarify why referee dined with FA official. 301
Firms must endure pain to survive, warns George. 530
FKI beats off strong pound and Asian crisis. 299
Flats and shops included in package for Royal Mail building. 338
Free but guilty - Woodward flies home. 505
Garlic remedy - all smell and no substance. RADOWITZ, JOHN von 445
General Motors talks back on. 84
Girl power goes on as Spices make solo plans. 656
Girl, 3, dies in fierce house blaze. 143
Go on - give it some stick!; Lasse Havndrup tries his hand at the Japanese art of Kendo. 587
Government must act to stop business rate rip-off. 849
Greatest hurdle will be child killer label. Ellis, Rachel 440
Gregory to pounce for Italian Ferraresi. 654
Hague charms the country set at show. 537
Halifax raises mortgage rate. 127
Help with a stylish home; Jo Ind discovers how to take the hard work out of choosing your interio r design. 364
Hick aims to stay in run mode. 358
Holders Brazil up the pace and cruise to second round; BRAZIL 3 MOROCCO 0. LIPTON, From MARTIN 565
Honours for the unsung heroes; Receptionists can have a tough time at work but now they have a chance to shine. Jo Ind reports. 1011
Hotshot duo worry must-win Austria. 457
How to mark the millennium the musical way. 751
How Woodward's American dream all went wrong. Beale, Peter 763
Huge Internet demand to see birth of Sean. 439
Ibstock not seeing wood for losses. 142
Interference fails to stop GWR making right noises. 468
Jaguar sales speed ahead by 23pc; Toyota also in driving seat, but Rover and BMW registrations slip back. 624
Japan crisis to hit borrowing. 87
JO IND'S DIARY. 429
Job fears grow as inflation reaches highest level in six years. 384
Jobless rate unchanged. 90
Joint firm finds its INA bearings. 187
Labour getting down to business. Stuart, Gisela 601
Late start no use to Milligan. 284
Lawyer cleared of Legal Aid fraud attacks system. 508
Lloyds in the market for more mortgages. 557
Lofty ambitions let down by poor delivery; The Seven Ages of Woman Malvern Festival Theatre. 276
Long wait is over in Elton as friends celebrate news of homecoming. 877
Louise `was political puppet'. 259
Main line blocked after first-class express carriage runs off the rails. 342
MARCH OF THE MODS; You can't go wrong with the look of the 60s, says Fashion & Lifestyle E ditor Carole Ann Rice. 384
Martin leads drugs revolution; Backlash as industry told to drop bands with drug links. 573
Masterclasses launched for brightest youngsters. 209
Melanie is the cream of Manchester; Melanie Sykes first shot to fame through a beer advert. Jo Ind finds th e model turned presenter charming company. 1116
Midland World Cup thug jailed for rioting. 326
Monitor child sex offenders for life - MP. 216
Mother granted wish to let son die with dignity. Aston, John 652
MP faces action from Labour Party leaders. 135
MP warns of 'hidden' car tax. 89
New Deal hampered by strong sterling. 258
New image for Labour image-maker. 313
New Moseley, new hope should be White's pledge; Rugby Correspondent Michael Blair urges the new regime to come clean an d finally bury the skeletons of an ugly past at The Reddings. 709
NHS must take a leap forward. 890
Nine questioned after drugs raid. 658
No excuse for men's violence against women. 712
No more EU wilderness for Britain says Blair. 555
No room for manoeuvre warns Savo. 274
NTL pounds 550m cable deal brings access to Midland viewers. 324
Orangemen see red over restricted parade route. O'reilly, Ruth 532
Outraged Southgate pulls no punches. CURTIS, From JOHN 563
Pensioner's shock as wartime bomb found wedged in garage. 381
Planning a healthy future for the city; Medical Correspondent Jon Hunt reports on the plans for Birmingham's he alth care. 679
Prince to visit riot-ravaged estate. 206
Puzzling aspect to Ministers. 480
Quiet man Scholes is making all right noises. CURTIS, From JOHN 312
RAF launches probe into Tornado crash. 95
Riding the successes and failures of the EU; Chris Gray weighs up the success of Mr Tony Blair's six months as Presi dent of the European Union. 829
Robinson insists stability is the solution to economic woes. 600
Rough times lying ahead, warns Watson. 235
Rusedski respite as draw eases his burden. 527
Sandwiches put more bite into food group. 287
Santer calls for end to ward wars; New report leads to masterplan. 570
Scarred teenage model wins pounds 470,000 damages. 528
Scotland continue to shoot themselves in foot. 276
Securicor may float Cellnet. 158
Selestruct Scots stay in race; Burley face-saver after defenders slip SCOTLAND 1 NORWAY 1. 678
SFO defends its role in latest ilated fraud prosecution. 342
Shearer's golden boots win shining praise from Hoddle. LIPTON, From MARTIN 683
SID LANGLEY. 777
Skinner and Baddiel well clear in battle for screen supremacy; Ged Scott says the Three Lions duo make ITV a far sharper Cup team than the BBC. 906
SmithKline and Glaxo executives' judgment questioned. 594
Soldiers have to wait for Cyprus appeal decision. 304
Staffordshire take control. 118
Stones axe another gig. 161
Stormy Rios turns into a damp squib on the grass. 347
Supersonic team wins Bass award. 331
Support for euro underlines divisions. 708
Tearaway under guard. 169
The Arrow Fund Phase II. 232
The economy is in for a pounding, warns former Chancellor Clarke. 420
The high cost of spending. 524
The Post Files. 799
THEME FOR THE DAY. 555
This is certainly not cricket. 2030
This is certainly not promoting Cool Britannia. 1040
Three-star day for busy Carroll. THIRSK, FOCUS On 290
Torched lover trial. 148
Tories pour scorn on extra beds. 238
Tornado on way to Britain. 127
Toulouse is put on hooligan alert. 319
Tractor fraud inmate gets jailed again. 174
Unions will 'jump free' over pay. 277
US star takes a pot-shot at our bubble and squeak. 211
Veteran Bergomi faces Italian recall. 528
Virgin sets sights on Paris service. 166
Wales face up to the height of their challenge. 319
Warwickshire's slide looks like an open secret; The Bears are badly wounded. Adrian Milledge searches for an explanatio n. 577
Woodward blasts England's soft centre. BALDOCK, From ANDREW 305
Workers shattered by sale of Brierley. 214
WORKING WARDROBE. 227
WORLD CUP TEAM TALK; Bergkamp's battle. 944
You can have specs appeal; Claire Peters investigates new research that shows those of us who wear glasses are still not shown in a positive light on television. 614
Yugoslav president set for talks with Kosovo's Albanian leader. 467

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