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

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Title Author Type Words
'Apocalyptic' terror warning. 232
'Go it alone' radicals put PM under pressure. 435
[3] Midland Digest. 707
Aspects: Back in the saddle for spine injury victims; Ros Dodd meets the woman whose life was changed by a terrifying riding accident. Dodd, Ros 1146
Bank plays down prospects of more rate cuts. 421
Bank soldiers on without earnings figures; BACKGROUND. 679
Banking on a note of success. 126
Blair and Ashdown 'get closer to a merger deal'. 575
Blair warns Saddam as invasion looms. 273
Blighted Bull's career nears January crossroads. 259
Boy's ride of terror as pony bolts on busy road. 560
British Energy signals interest in acquisitions. 469
Building sights for everyone; Terry Grimley previews Midlands contributions to Architecture Week. Grimley, Terry 874
Business Digest. 533
Businessman opened fire on traffic police. 131
Cable & Wireless gains boost shares. 229
Cartwright & Lewis in line for on-line advice service. 178
CGU denies takeover of Hibernian. 371
Charities urged to fight for VAT relief. 167
Cherokee takes a peep at success. 281
Children's mercy flight 'delayed by red tape'. 164
Chips were down as computer row led to gun confrontation. 291
City crusade to lure top shops; New Street is at the heart of shopping in Birmingham. 802
Clergymen happy to get Spaghetti all over clothes. 329
Co-op's ray of sunshine. 163
Collector's items point reader to fairway to heaven and far beyond. Blair, Michael 763
Comment: Hello, hello, how much can I claim for this then?; Certain public service workers are losing our trust with their culture of grievance, says Dennis Ellam. Ellam, Dennis 1046
Comment: The decline of the capital letter is part of the feminisation of the workplace. Nigelhastilow 665
Comment: The wonderland of books hidden in a country cottage; The magic world of a secret collector explored by Finola Lynch. Lynch, Finola 1023
Completion for new HQ. 148
Concert of two halves; CBSO Symphony Hall. Hart, David 237
Coroner blames lack of care for pizza man's fatal crash. 267
Couch gets debut fight in London. 204
Council aide quits after computer theft. 426
Crocodile penis boom. 160
Cup bench-mark for Stourbridge. 689
Curse of Virign Trains hits Trade Minister. 212
Early action can prevent failure. 840
Early birds have the edge over rivals. 196
EMU will cause market uncertainty; Richard Probert, partner at Jones Lang Wootton Birmingham, assesses the likely impact of the euro on the commercial property market. Probert, Richard 715
End of the road for campus copycats. 350
Euro will cause radical changes. 307
Exhibition unveils art treasures of stately homes. 247
Expertise at senior level in demand. 381
Eye patients put up at hotel. 90
Faculty bids to woo women. 188
Farm Post: Business should be blooming. 266
Farm Post: Call to choose Freedom eggs. 116
Farm Post: Crackdown on sheep dip as health fears grow. 713
Farm Post: Doorstep sales fall but profits still creamy. 437
Farm Post: More pick fruit for family diet. 299
Farm Post: pounds 50m aid may be on its way to ease crisis. 399
Farm Post: Sinister beginning of `nerve gas' pesticide developed by Nazi Germany; BACKGROUND. 312
Farm Post: Turn welfare standards to your advantage, Morley urges pig producers. 320
Ferocious storms blow havoc into Midwest America. Harold, Ruth 467
First impressions really do matter. 751
Five years for notorious burglar. 267
Flexible working at Rover moves closer. 285
Football world unites in tribute to steward. 352
Forgotten veterans take their place centrestage. 173
Frederick Cooper sells loss-maker Bonny. 220
GP quizzed on more deaths. 112
Growth causes space shortage. 1126
GWR tunes in to success. 88
Hague taunts Labour over Oddy controversy. 294
Hauliers warn of French-style chaos. 395
Imran says Pakistanis took bribes. 147
Independent but at what price? 345
IT company takes up office space. 198
Jewellery theft man jailed. 104
Jobless figures show recession looming. 487
Judge's warning against cannabis. Lyons, James 344
Kidnap man alive after diamond mine raid. 402
Last Night: Time for old Morse to call. 289
Less floorspace available. 339
Let's see a proper tribute to the fallen. 1730
Letter from Washington: How Russians got 'spooked' in submarine spy wars. Diamond, John 609
Lewinsky set to tell all on TV 'for pounds 400,000'. 401
Lorry ploughs into couple's home; Councillor demands safety measures on problem road. 398
Lottery grant helps save nervy Sir Noel's military record. 310
Magic and mystique; Red Priest Barber Institute. Bradshaw, John 245
Mandelson meets the livewires with a bright business future. 565
Market reports: Tobacco deal hope lights up BAT shares. 348
Maths whizz lands best student award. 252
McCarthy may buy back shares as pounds 24m piles up. 513
Midland Digest. 716
Millions of euros start rolling off Bank presses. 203
Mitch appeal earns pounds 1.5 million. 308
MP calls for action on traffic crisis. 192
Nemesis could prove fateful for Norton base. 498
New shares for Shaw. 223
News Digest. 626
No respite as elements turn on the Windies. 230
Officer finds identical twin dead in road. 197
OJ Simpson faces new 'murder trial' in battle to keep children's custody. 576
Olonga's psychological blow as India crumble. 222
Outlook is sunny as AG goes west. 142
Paralysed wife wins pounds 1.5m. 178
Participation 'heartening'. 90
Pebble Mill show axed as BBC loses sofa wars. 418
Pieces of Ashes puzzle fall into place - Stewart. HODGSON, From MYLES 789
Pieces of the past; The Clerks' Group St Mary's Church, Warwick. Bradshaw, John 259
Pinochet lawyers fight for absolute immunity. 185
Piper's Rock is hard to oppose at Taunton. 372
Plan to license bouncers. 172
Politicians' tribute to Lloyd George. 233
Pregnant pause for Hegg. 120
Pregnant woman in knife attack. 163
Prescott in climate talks. 173
Pressure growing on Evans' time at Anfield. 541
Prince's plea over mercy missions. 160
Prison watchdog's fury as father found hanged in cell. 511
Profile: Jeremy Payne: Man with Birmingham business in his blood. Daniels, John 540
Property consultants promote four staff. 103
Queen leads nation in memory of war dead old soldiers. 641
Receivers find buyer for Car Supermarket. 224
Refugees' 5-star service; Free groceries delivered to door. 695
Regulator's anger at Chiltern. 307
Remember the future. 533
Revenue under fire for transfer pricing rule. 416
Rivals at mercy of FIFA in Irish row. 414
Rose gets teed up for tour card Revolution. 257
Rover looks to Europe for parts; UK suppliers will be hit by continental sourcing. 492
Scots turn to novices for Maori clash. 186
Small businesses warned as taxman eyes retirement cash. 302
Soldiers and students in violent clashes. 279
Soundtrack for a busy life; Trumpet ace Terence Blanchard talks to Martin Longley. Longley, Martin 465
Specialist sports centre plan. 342
Sports Digest. 564
Spur for Draper as Graham eyes bid. 214
Stockholm semi new target for Henman. 566
Storm as dam repair bill hits pounds 1m. 111
Storm clouds gather as angry Springboks cite Firhill flanker. 506
Strike fears over pay-cut threat. 266
Strings attached to Francis vote for defensive duo. 307
Takeover brewing as W&D eyes Marston. 420
Teenagers `high on drugs' wreck hostel in rampage. 323
Tenants urged to do DIY repairs. 307
The courage of Lawrence parents; Blair presents awards to People of the Year. 455
The Post Files. 724
Theatre star Alan joins Hall of Fame. 182
Thousands stop work to pay their respects. 393
Top-scoring schools let down their pupils. 458
Town centre to get face-lift. 440
Traffic at standstill as Falklands remember. 343
TV star Denise toasts new Bread for Life diet. 262
UK market retains good potential for investment. 917
Unionist anger at Maze closure. 104
Unveiled: The statue of Churchill; A day to remember as heroes were not forgotten. 543
US targets EU goods in banana trade war. 375
Victims come forward after rapist TV appeal. 200
Warne eyes third Test. 129
Warplanes on standby as Iraqis order UN weapons inspectors out. McKenzie, PHOEBE 601
Wenger unrepentant after Chelsea's five-goal rout. 695
WH Smith gloom hits the High Streets. 452
What we need to have for a grown-up debate. 811

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