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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 12, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
'Malingerer Nelson' is found out at last. 113
A coup for Mr Blair? 504
A shopkeeper's son driven by ambition 'disease' BACKGROUND. 603
Academics in pounds 120m software contract. 287
Anderton and Wright winning France 98 race. 387
Autistic man 'left stranded at station'. 146
Axe for stars as England face up to ultimate tests. 511
BA strikes first in its battle with easyJet. 363
Big name involved in drugs scandal; SNOOKER. 314
Blair's dismissal of African 'hoo-ha' leaves Cook in a stew. 391
Blow to Blair's plans for Robinson in reshuffle. 199
Boost for Villa's UEFA Cup chance as Zola set to triumph in fitness bat tle; FOOTBALL ROUND-UP. 404
Boy, 11, expelled over cannabis in coat pocket. 206
Branson in trouble as trains fail to meet targets. 389
Bribes storm sinks Voice of Swimming. 836
BT's OnePhone rings in changes. 231
Butler serves notice with Beauchamp. 288
Byas warns as Durham wait. 160
Candid camera never lies; Terry Grimley rediscovers a pioneering photography project from the 197 0s at Birmingham's new arts centre. Grimley, Terry 569
Car merger is turning Japanese; BACKGROUND. 698
Caring chain aims to ring the changes for the poor; The logistics of organising a chain of 35,000 people in protest at thir d world debt are huge. Ros Dodd reports. Dodd, Ros 1599
Caudwell has finger on button as profits roll in. 452
Cecil's classy filly is on Line to success. 581
Celtic 'would have sacked' departing hero Jansen. 200
Cherish your vote - many are not so lucky; The low turnout at the local elections is a scandal, says Graham Findla y. Findlay, Graham 926
Clark urges MPs not to turn Murdoch into a 'villain' who might disappea r. 395
Collymore offers fans cold comfort; Striker says sorry for last-day snub. 862
Copper scandal costs Sumitomo pounds 81m. 404
Council has gold gifts up its sleeve for the world leaders. 227
Cricketers endorse restructuring but call for more independence. 780
CWC wires into 110pc leap with maiden set of results. 432
Dawn of a much nicer workplace. 286
Deliveries must get through. 1896
Determined Falcons one step away from crown; Newcastle 20 Bath 15. 224
Dislocation has Loram in race to defend title; Wolves 50 Poole 40. Bishop, Rob 311
Eccentric Guildo is the Net's favourite. 227
Economy 'set for soft landing'. 190
Enemies team up in net profit search. 523
Farm woes prompt sale of Graham subsidiary. 177
Finelist splashes out on paint firm. 278
First lady of the court. 262
Francis puts pieces into place. 602
From the sublime to the ridiculous; Liz Hurley's latest brush with notoriety may be the limit, says Finola Lynch. Lynch, Finola 704
G8 summit power play but wives 'left out in the cold'. 513
G8 Summit: Banks learn tough lessons. 864
G8 Summit: Bold action to turn tide. 825
G8 Summit: Business feels the economic squeeze. 821
G8 Summit: City poised to reap the economic benefits. 879
G8 Summit: City's tradition of tolerance; John Daniels explains why Birmingham has long been a centre for accord and tolerance. Daniels, John 398
G8 Summit: Crisis in Asia plagues strong domestic growth. 789
G8 Summit: Economic crisis in Asia keeps US growth in check. 760
G8 Summit: Escape from home ills; French President Jacques Chirac will find the G8 Summit a haven from pr oblems at home, says Charisse Ede. Ede, Charisse 812
G8 Summit: Fiscal fortitude brings long-stay rewards. 822
G8 Summit: Interest high on friendship. 909
G8 Summit: Jobless fall aids growth Mr Lionel Jospin. 794
G8 Summit: Leaders meet to tackle the world's problems; Is G8 an exclusive club refusing to recognise the world has changed? as ks Political Correspondent Chris Gray. Gray, Chris 1500
G8 Summit: Little guy who hides a fistful of economic tricks up his sle eve. 828
G8 Summit: Major changes on horizon. 985
G8 Summit: Mission to find modern role. 1004
G8 Summit: New broom vows to sweep clean. 696
G8 Summit: Pressure rises on rates. 705
G8 Summit: Summit fails to excite people in Germany. 705
G8 Summit: Unions back 3-year plan. 803
G8 Summit: World focus on Birmingham; Tony Blair welcomes the world's most powerful leaders to an historic me eting. 835
Game set to raise pounds 10m. 96
Get your software serviced for 2000; INTERACTIVE. 552
Great night: Blame it on the boogie; Boogie Nights Birmingham Hippodrome. 241
Henman moulds model clay display; TENNIS. 511
High pound puts brakes on LDV's home sales. 545
High-flying month for airport. 229
I am blind says actress Peggy Mount. 217
Inquiry starts after boy falls from train. 148
Investors in rush for the sunshine share issue. 256
Job-cut textile factories face threat of sale. 342
Journalist who exposed My Lai massacre dies. 352
Lib-Dems under fire over `zipping' system for women Euro candidates. 368
Lorry terror report goes to transport inspectorate. 638
Loss of chances for us all. 538
Machine guns and grenades of Nineties' Captain Hook; KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia. Ung, Alvin 601
Man fights for sight after glass attack at fete. 659
Mapping the bear necessities. 434
Meaningless title must go, says MP. 191
MPs 'back write-off for Third World debt'. 220
Multimedia first for city. 211
Needless surgery 'unravelled' mind of pregnant executive. 499
New sewage treatment scheme causing bad stink with oyster dredgers. 389
Not a happy Monday for rock star Ryder; 'Bad boy' Ryder faces huge bill over sackings. 518
Oliver fighting a full recovery; BOXING. 162
Online and on the road. 575
Pearson set for US bid. 106
Pheasants strut in grounds of disgraced sports icon's Jacobean-style re sidence. 357
PM outlines his hope for a model G8 gathering. 252
Police 'encouraged' as crime figures take a tumble and more are caught. 332
Politicians beaten by DJ Evans in youth poll. 109
Pollock can be equal of Sobers - Woolmer. 932
Pound puts industry into recession; 'But not much danger of a major slump'. 446
R-R guessing game goes on. 122
Restaurant boss fined over accident. 276
Road-rage gang uses pick-axe. 153
Robbers stalk city cashpoints. 217
Row over Eurovision sequel. 198
RSA grants help create 2,000 jobs in a year. 432
Sale insurance for Hambros investors. 226
Savill leading shortlist to get key BHB post. 209
Senior goes for pounds 12m Brazil trio. 247
Soccer legend Best victim of 'collusion'. 427
Soccer-free pubs listed on the net. 308
Soldier in attack `used his fists like train pistons'. 343
Stationery Office Group has words about flotation. 172
Steamy suburbia where anything goes; Explicit sex scenes combine with emotional time bombs. Graham Keal watc hed Close Relations agog. Keal, Graham 682
Superbug 'on the retreat'. 126
Suspended councillor sparks Labour row. 418
Sykes bosses land fortunes as Cox deal sends shares soaring. 332
Take the gloves off and give captain Stewart his chance; INSIDE EDGE. 984
Telecoms merger talk spurs shares. 374
Tesco eyes Thai stores. 82
The future's smart the future's Java; INTERACTIVE. 559
The Premiership's golden road for Serie A. 202
Thrills and spills from Croft to crypt; GAMES CORNER. 397
Too many gaffes spoil the cook; The club of the big four is down to three members. 594
Top Toyota plant under scrutiny; High pound bites into Burnaston. 604
Tories slam loophole plan to dump oil rigs. 467
Tragedy of baby in cot death syndrome. 409
Tudor Dairies melts away. 99
Under-15s on target for Cup success; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 137
Victory for birth blunder victim. 345
Warning bell for manufacturing. Dresser, Guy 396
Weasel in the bright lights of publicity; Decisive action is needed to ward off a political crisis. Dennis Ellam reports. Ellam, Dennis 1049
When staying at home can set the local agenda; Clem Lewis explains why he did not vote in last Thursday's elections. Lewis, Clem 550
Woodhall losing patience as King drags his feet again. 594
Woods ends wait for home soil success. 148

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