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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 10, 1998)

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'One in a billion' husband's gift of life to Internet bride. 374
'Scapegoat' referees on warpath for top bosses. 295
[5] Midland Digest. 829
A bit of horse sense and you're fine; CD-ROM game review - My Little Pony (Hasbro). Bull, Mandy 346
A helping hand for goalie Seaman. 482
Academic's death will remain a mystery. 417
Adviser's false information puts pounds 73m facelift at risk. 275
Agency must do more for flood defence. 164
Albion lose Kilbane Euro battle. 255
All Black dons the red jersey. 324
Ambitious Lee lifts lid on youthful exuberance. 403
Arts in brief: Lord dances back to NIA. 327
Aspects: Youth and other old fallacies; While older people are being forced out of the job market by youthful wannabes, some senior citizens are getting accolades. Women's Editor Ros Dodd tries to make sense of the mixed messages being generated by the age versus youth debate - and finds the millennium is to blame. Dodd, Ros 1065
Balti capital maintains culinary reputation. 381
Banger brings terror to school bus. 473
Battle over mobile phones health fear. 262
Battling against the ever growing tide of refugees. 591
Bloomsbury set to bring village atmosphere to city. 151
Brave new world on the dinner table. 566
Britons killed in attack on diamond mine. 223
Buck stops at Blair, Hague tells motor industry chiefs. 445
Casiraghi season in balance. 270
Chancellor stands firm on forecasts. 325
Charles flies back to storm still raging over royal rift claims. 533
Charmer `sheikh' jailed. 224
Choosing what we eat is a basic right. 2016
City View: It's not all plain sailing for BA. Dresser, Guy 387
Coat saves woman from knifeman in toilet attack. 454
Comment: Private lives and public office; Finola Lynch gives a rundown on the Labour Cabinet's marital status. Lynch, Finola 956
Comment: The message of Winterval; Winterval? Bah humbug says Chief Feature Writer Dennis Ellam, bemoaning the fact that once again Birmingham is about to become a national joke. Ellam, Dennis 961
Comment: Why The Sun is afraid of pink shadows; Talk of a gay mafia running the country threatens to start a sexual witch hunt, says Political Correspondent Chris Gray. Gray, Chris 848
Court told of petty officer's horrific death. 245
Cracks really starting to show in pottery industry. 471
Crunch time over Rover's flexible working. 455
Customers warned as Viagra clinic is shut down. 328
Dairy site stays secret to prevent a sour deal. 268
Dallaglio's injury lets in Johnson. 367
David v Goliath battles have no place in game. Blair, Michael 1024
Don't judge me without the facts, pleads Carling. 337
Drugs suspect 'tried to shoot police officers'. 437
Efficiency savings:Mr Bob Ayling.; British Airways `well ahead of the game', says Ayling Drop in yields all part of schedule for British Airways. 330
European car market looks set to stall; EIU survey offers mixed. 589
Father fails in appeal to win back shotgun certificate. 500
Father-in-law `fired home-made gun in tyres row'. 245
Female soccer agent claims sex bias. Richardson, Alex 570
Gang kicked attacker to death in street fight. 286
Gay Minister steers clear of press row; Complaint is unlikely as MPs slam media. 585
Grope claims are `nonsense' - GP; Eight patients allege indecent assault. Frith, Maxine 694
Health authority prods over-65s to have flu jabs. 341
High Street leads call for interest rate cutbacks. 194
High-flying Falcons still floating on air. 380
Hope springs eternal as wards are saved from blueprint axe. 380
How DNA has become key weapon in war on crime. 495
How to keep pace with leisure culture. 307
I left her alive says accused. 159
Inquiry as worker gets complaint off chest. 226
Jackson's face-to-face victory. 320
Jim Owens bows out at Energy Technique. 167
Johnson's form keeps Maguire off Zafarabad. 427
Keeping a weather eye on heart attacks. RADOWITZ, JOHN von 548
Keeping our literary heritage safe from danger. 334
Keys clue in search for the killer of Jenny King. 302
Leaders fly in to feed the thousands after hurricane. 376
Leading Father is quite a dance in swan lake. 105
Lighten their darkness. 505
Lily gets so savage with bad service. 338
Louie, Louie brings in cash at last; Royalties all set to roll - 30 years late. 240
Malone joins Worcester. 117
Mega Byte: Speeding up the trade in ideas. 360
Memo dictated from taxi goes round the world. 373
MEP Oddy challenges Labour selection plan. 499
Merger of equals in chemical industry. 534
Merson to put Villa first over Euro 2000. 307
Midland Digest. 820
Midland Digest. 677
Millennium time cheers pubs. Woodman, Peter 331
Moulding new use for desk toy; is guessed while awaiting pic Hi-tech moulding: Dr Gordon Smith with the transformed executive pin-art toy. 191
New film censor pledges to carry on the controversy of predecessor. 354
News Digest. 445
NIA rolls out carpet for Cup crunch; Skipper Lloyd set to confirm Davis date in next week. 962
On the house: The lists that let Blair get his way; Labour's top brass are doing everything in their power to keep Mr Livingstone out, and the party list system may give them just the opportunity they need. Gray, Chris 601
Online and up to date skills. Prangle, Brian 629
Pinochet's arrest threatens stability in Chile, Lords told. 390
Player power leaves Rousseau a beaten president; Jack Bannister says the West Indies' about-turn on Brian Lara was reached for the wrong reasons. Bannister, Jack 219
Police reveal the trail of 'serial knifepoint rapist'. 536
Political inertia heightens fears of millennium chaos; Neil Winton looks at the dangers of the computer timebomb. Winton, Neil 488
pounds 75m facelift for rundown city estates put in peril. 260
Priory's big-name plans stalled by timetable troubles. 225
Refugees taking justice for a ride. 664
Rental firm to open new bases. 169
Retrial of paratrooper Clegg opens in Belfast. Kite, Melissa 358
Rice's future hangs in the balance. 331
Roy of the ravers is still playing a bit offside; Maverick singer-songwriter Roy Harper talks to Simon Evans. Harper, Roy 1108
RSC big hit with Tyneside shows. 224
Servicemen in mass grave. 161
Shopping-centre rivals in talks to share projects. 234
Size does matter says viola virtuoso; Christopher Morley talks to a Norwegian taking the instrument to new heights. Morley, Christopher 750
Soaring Saddlers eyeing summit. 214
Sports Digest. 658
Staff assaulted at child unit. 138
Teenage roofer critical after plunging 40ft. 235
The band that's too old to be unruly. 290
The laser doctor who blows hot and cold. 282
The Post Files. 775
The Tomlinson View: Beware of virtual VAT evasion. Tomlinson, Chris 582
Tiny state hits it big with Internet name; Internet name sale turns tiny Tuvalu into Cinderella By Lydia Zajc. Zajc, Lydia 372
Toddlers stricken by deadly meningitis. 414
Tories can't wait to accuse Dobson. 410
Trio press court for right to have sex-change ops. Aston, John 486
Van driver sought after man pushed down embankment. 266
Vinnie Jones angry after court bid is kicked into touch. Pearson, Jeanette 434
We will rise for Ashes vows calm Graveney. 448
West Indies row over with Lara restored to helm. 630
What happened to pretty, QUIET, fireworks? 339
Whole world is on trial over Iraq crisis, says Robertson. 654
Woman charged over fireball murder. 415
Yo-yo tram system goes steaming ahead. 500

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