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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 4, 1998)

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'Asians only' job row for council. 330
'Violent obsession' led to girl's death; Boyfriend blamed in unique civil case. 609
`Distressed' Tommy Lee is resigned to divorce. 409
A little extra put on at the Halifax. 514
Ace Vincent delivers final verdict; BOWLS. 252
Aquisitions help Partco to double results. 166
Arson fear as mother and daughter saved from blaze. 713
Art experts back stand over erotic photography. 436
Atherton advised to stop opening. 564
BHB aim to fill Wakeham void. 185
Bishops sound the alert over clergy at risk. 534
Bjorkman serves up poor display on way out. 596
Blades lack cutting edge as Spackman loss takes hold; NATIONWIDE REVIEW. 489
Blair's off to work in blue jeans. 208
Blunt Blades no match for hot Ipswich; Sheffield Utd 0 Ipswich Town 1. 160
BMW turns up heat in fight for Rolls. 232
Branson makes pounds 850m order for tilting trains. 233
Britain rules the roads with glitzy show debut. 586
Britannic hit for pounds 650,000 over delays on mis-selling. 402
Callow acts as comforter as city councillor dies of lung cancer. 392
Cancer charities lose out as Ecclestone cashes pounds 1m cheque. 431
Canning pays pounds 9m for American partner. 338
Chamber tells Bank of rates `jitters'. 93
Charity blow as Ecclestone keeps pounds 1m. 213
Cole still confident that Ithadtobeyou. 414
Collapsing Albion lost in Valley of horrors; Charlton Athletic 5 West Bromwich Albion 0. 608
Construction firms build month of growth. 520
Crime to 'rise' under new system. 450
Cunningham and Jack in battle to be the voice of British countryside. 545
Day-care can work while Mummy does; OFFICE STYLE Today two-thirds of mothers are working mums. Are children suffering as a result? Jo Ind investigates. Ind, Jo 1109
Diplomatic cap fits Lloyd's demeanour. Cricket, From MARK BALDWIN 728
Doomed at birth to lives of crime. 547
Dragon Howley breathing fire. 465
Drinking water from the sea test. 122
Dublin Flyer grounded as Forster brings down curtain; Racing was shocked yesterday by the news that Dublin Flyer has been ret ired, writes VERITAS. Veritas 295
Elliott takes the chair at New Road. 140
End the days of the triffids. 527
Environment firm's plan to give city pounds 20m water spectacular. 422
Epwin move reflects shift in centre of gravity. 316
Equation is simple one as Wolves lick wounds. Ward, Michael 425
Euro hero caught up in missile attack. BISHOP, From ROB 318
Evans and Kerrigan fire Shrews; Shrewsbury 2 Hull City 0. 195
Evening of intelligent comedy bustles along; Tartuffe Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham. 289
Fall prisoner `heard voices'. 129
Falling roof - a case for British stiff upper lip. 264
FARMING FACTS. 169
Father shops 'spy' daughter. 95
Firm approach to improve industrial state. 94
Flock of sheep that could make pounds 100m blood protein. 370
Ford's new car puts Focus on medium-sized market. 415
French mustard proves hot stuff for Saddlers; Watford 1 Walsall 2. 323
Friends die in pub gun terror. 557
from the sublime...; FASHION Carole Ann Rice reports on London Fashion Week, where attitudes are changed and cults created. Rice, Carole Ann 525
Frost inside outside broadcast. 205
Furnishing the finishing touch; POST STYLE Lee Longlands has just appointed its first woman buyer. Jacq ui Stevens talks to Ros Dodd. Dodd, Ros 1057
Gatecrasher security scare adds to a busy day at the Palace. 370
Gates denies Microsoft Windows monopoly move on Internet access. 383
Generation of book slow-worms. 642
Giant cinema complex wins out against factories. 289
GM looks to benefits from Europe by 1999. 819
Going back to their roots; Terry Grimley meets two Birmingham-based stars of South Asian dance who are collaborating in a new production. Grimley, Terry 951
Granada pays pounds 1m to M&S over slur. 118
Greater choice for elderly. 2268
Gullit tackles wife in the High Court. 178
Guru Stewart in `mental illness' suit. 215
Halifax buys back shares with plan for pounds 1bn spend. 195
Halifax dominates see-saw day. 601
Have-a-go hero dashed to help jeweller in stabbing. 407
Hero soldier accused of betraying secrets. 356
Holmes out of Scots side. 320
Hooligans bring shame to Villa in Madrid. 303
Hunt for fortune in a bin bag. 232
Ibrox fans turn out to honour Smith. 625
ICI fat cats OK as profits dive. 139
Irish trust in Elwood. 203
JO's DIARY. Ind, Jo 477
JON HUNT'S MEDICAL FILE. 313
Jordan's battlers need to turn fire on title enemies. 769
Key Barings men Norris and Hawes disqualified as company directors. 396
Lilley retreats over `tax-dodger general'. 267
Lilley's attempt to embarrass `tax-dodger' Robinson backfires. 419
Lobby group offers 'middle way' solution to hunting ban. 508
Moorhouse takes on the world. 276
Nannies thrown to the wolves. 292
Not-so-shocking nudes headlines; The History of the Devil Old Rep Theatre. 241
Office politics - the good life at Whitehall; Ministers' high living is put in perspective. 647
Oh, it's such a perfect pub; TABLE TALK A simple pint and hearty meals in the heart of England win o ver Mary Munford. Munford, Mary 1130
Police called in over claims at Blair's ex-school. 398
Police doctor system is 'in need of an overhaul'. 327
Police hunt for 'Lord and Lady Gascombe'. 234
Popular programme - seductive sounds; Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra Symphony Hall, Birmingham. 278
pounds 1m cost of television slur on M&S; Granada makes public apology over child labour and labelling claims. 530
Power prices fall as water goes up. 149
Predator McCoist steals Smith's show. 381
Prescott sharpens his axe to topple the green giants. 636
Queen cool as ceiling rose falls, says proud `Sir'. 291
Radcliffe has dual dilemma. 169
Radio finds peacetime role with fire service. 209
Rail worker's snooker club went all to pot, court told. 327
Record boss prayed as he was held at gunpoint. 326
Rover keeps new family saloon R40 under wraps. 274
Ryton to produce new car for Peugeot. 373
Seats saved for members. 85
Shares scramble as rivals battle for control of Energy Group. 393
Solihull maintains its council tax prudence. 229
Spartak strikes surprise Ajax. Review, Uefa Cup 261
Speedy trust cuts down complaints. 122
stage behind bars. 113
Stalwart Bruce back at the heart of Blues. 634
STAR FILE. 436
Stardom on doc's orders; Bert Gillies meets the documentary GP who aims to practise what he prea ches. Gillies, Bert 921
Students in fees protest. 251
Style star never on the Wayne; INTERVIEW Wayne Hemingway is way ahead in maverick style, says Fashion and Lifestyle Editor Carole Ann Rice. Rice, Carole Ann 1125
Subsidies prop up lame ducks; Set farmers free - by scrapping subsidies, says Graham Findlay. Findlay, Graham 978
Take That star bans fly fishers from his estate. 414
Teacher on sex attack charge. 271
Teenage girl raped at knifepoint in garden. 581
The Post Files. 628
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO... SID LANGLEY. 764
THEME FOR THE DAY. 482
There's nowt so strange as folk. Martingale, Moira 1723
Thistle Hotels announces selff in four-star plan. 339
Tour outpost to be seen but not heard. Golf, From MARK GARROD 466
Traffic levels pose threat to rural tranquillity. 185
Tunnel that saved a city under siege; SARAJEVO. Cerkez, Aida 430
UN nod `to give green light' for quick strike on Iraq. 569
Undercover officer foiled pounds 6m raid. 303
United standing tall for Euro challenge. LIPTON, From MARTIN 397
Verna's big night on the boards. 652
Vicar died in lifejacket failure. 222
Villa survive Spanish inquisition; Bosnich inspires another UEFA Cup super show Atletico Madrid 1 Aston Vi lla 0. 871
Village life was destroyed by Tories; COMMENT. Stuart, Gisela 631
Virgin's pounds 850m deal to go full tilt; New trains will slash journey times. 479
Warren happy to back the rebuilding of Moseley. 385
WH Smith silent over Menzies. 181
Whingeing chorus of country dwellers; Rustic campaigners' message is still irritatingly unclear, writes Denni s Ellam. Ellam, Dennis 797
Why I said don't Take That fish; Pop star defends ban on anglers using exclusive lake. 465
Woodhall's champion quest on top title bill. 225
WORKING WARDROBE; OFFICE STYLE Days at the office need not be just plain old grey, says G ina Croft. Croft, Gina 214
Young girl unhurt in house siege. 166

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