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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 26, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
'Longest day' for Esther as husband has heart attack. 370
[4] Midland Digest. 684
`Fudged' EU arms export agreement under fire. 549
A lottery without prizes for the stars; Inside Edge. Smith, Paul 629
A naff alternative to the real thing; Jo Ind says there is no point in having a non-religious christening. Ind, Jo 558
A world full of swingers. 343
Alert over 999 hoaxes. 140
All the world's a stage - but someone has to sort out the cast. 652
Allegations over prison sex assault. 125
Angelic voice worth a better backdrop; Colin Blunstone Robin Hood, Merry Hill. Lemon, Mark 232
Another conference coup as city plays host. 253
Banish the curse of large data files. Prangle, Brian 589
Berlin heroes to meet again. 109
Bets off as Emma misses her Major day at the races. 237
Boardman gets a break with O'Grady win. 398
Boost for jobs as former Laura Ashley plant sold. 141
Brooklyn nights for William; Harvey Lichtenstein took the RSC to Brooklyn, and he'd like Birmingham Royal Ballet to follow. Terry Grimley meets the man, and details the logistics of taking the company to the Big Apple. Grimley, Terry 1264
Bus-hopping Pc rides down pounds 1,000. 209
Business Digest. 243
Caring PR job fails to convince. 289
Catering serves up recipe for success. 233
Charlton on up and up; Charlton Athletic 4 Sunderland 4 (aet; 3-3 after 90 mins) Charlton won 7-6 on penalties. 466
Church arson fuels fears of increased clergy attacks. 446
Church blast was a bomb says FBI. 185
Classy Wolves run clean away from battling Cheetahs; Wolverhampton 55 Oxford 35. 321
Collymore vows to right his Villa wrongs. 481
Company car still popular but road ahead uncertain. 433
Congestion-free roads prove home is where the holiday is. 198
Cook's tour of ethical policy. 517
Counsellors on hand as students return to shooting tragedy school. 424
Customers take Audi on a new route. 379
De Bruin may face swimming life ban. 305
Delicious comedy with a touch of sauce; My Fat Friend Malvern Festival Theatre. Edmonds, Richard 241
Delivering solution to e-mail problem. 199
Demand for Saabs makes investment a necessity. 171
Drivers left fuming at exclusion zones. 638
Durham sent flying by Kent's run blitz; AXA LEAGUE REVIEW. 570
Eco-warriors alerted to dangers of bunkers. 299
Enterprise Board plays its part in dramatic rebuilding of EU. 648
Ex-Minister on trial in `dirty war' kidnap case. 499
Ex-robber finds God and swaps gun for Bible. 548
Fans in plea to call time on TV move. 270
Fit-again Wright in line for World Cup summer. 225
Fitzsimmons and Bird put a stop to Lichfield; WARWICKSHIRE LEAGUE CRICKET. 269
Football club faces league ban. 161
Germany defuses nuclear row. 202
Glynwed sells off metals division; Privately-owned US company buys distribution activities for pounds 100m. 509
GPT has all the right connections for Beijing. 285
Habibie promises elections as dissidents given release. 390
Has Birmingham taken a swing to the Left?; Birmingham's people in power were picked in secret, writes Stephen Harr ison, Local Government Correspondent. Harrison, Stephen 883
Hatchet man Hewitt destroys Worcester; At Uxbridge: Middlesex (120-3, 4pts) beat Worcestershire (138-9) by sev en wickets under Duckworth-Lewis system. 415
Have wig will travel - law reaches a remote island; Three Midland judges set off for St Helena to right wrongs. Michael Pos ner reports. Posner, Michael 624
Hume's SDLP rejects Sinn Fein pact offer. 360
Indonesia tackles Timor issue. 154
Injury and wounded pride put paid to Brits. MALLEY, From FRANK 722
Investigation launched into confidential paper 'blizzard' on motorway. 285
It was like a slow motion replay as I scored two seconds after kickoff. 335
Lyle and Lomas's shooting gallery. 618
MCS opens its eyes to Eastern Europe. 448
Measure for measure - a pointless argument. 304
Media make your mind up. 2071
Midland Digest. 649
Midland four have chance to impress. 240
Mighty Mo goes from strength to strength; Women's Editor Ros Dodd takes a look at the hard-won rise to prominence of Dr Marjorie Mowlam. Dodd, Ros 1246
Mirror Group shares set to rise amid takeover rumours. 173
Monty flexes nerves of steel to carry day. 1111
Mordechai accepts more West Bank land must be given to Palestinians. 371
Nazis shipped 263lb of victim gold to Switzerland. 580
New dawn for a veiled symbol; Egypt is celebrating the unveiling of its newly restored Sphinx in styl e with a special two-hour launch party. 282
Police hope plastic can contain violence in pubs. 234
Rackhams stabbing study shows mental health fears. 415
Rebels turn beauty into wasteland with guns and land mines; Letter from... Ziguinchor Senegal. Sullivan, Tim 656
Renault hit the double top. 145
Rethink on jobs after caretaker's victory. 290
Safety warning as cabs caught in crackdown. 244
Sex lives survey too much for new interviewer. 513
Shake-up better late than never; City View. 549
Sleeping economic giant struggles to wake. 831
Slow start to fast train service. 318
Small bite of ancient. 228
Sport Digest. 583
Student journalist 'shot' Gazza for car tyre. 530
Swiss banks got 263lbs of victim gold from Nazis; Holocaust gold three times more than thought. 466
TB emerges as main female killer. 265
Terror is still on the streets; A new breed of terrorist aims to shatter Ireland's jubilation writes De nnis Ellam. Ellam, Dennis 878
The Post Files. 771
THEME FOR THE DAY. Pitchford, John 436
Time to get on Tony's nerves; On the House. Gray, Chris 600
To Russia with image of loved ones. 157
Town puts on the style for Diana; Fashion gala in aid of fund and spinal injuries unit. 598
Transport strikes hit Cup hosts. 184
Vaux books a reservation for Allied Domecq chief Grant. 176
Veterans to turn backs on Bogey-man. 314
Warwickshire are wrapped up in Notts by Strang and sorry surface; At Edgbaston: Nottinghamshire (122-3, 4pts) beat Warwickshire (120-9, 0 pts) by seven wickets under Duckworth-Lewis system. 870
Watchdogs welcome move on water bills. 397
When work just lands in your lap. Tomlinson 514
Wife's hopes dashed as Wembley plea fails. 280
World Digest. 744

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