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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 5, 1998)

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'Sky-high prices' but does the tourist get a fair deal? 301
`Air rage' accused fails to show up for court. Richardson, Alex 345
A road bogged down in red tape and ideology. Worrall, Boris 278
Accountants figure out a 22pc rise in income. 282
All change on the buses this Christmas. 315
All work, no play, no excuse to cheat. 133
Anti-smoking arguments that are not objective. 366
Archbishop welcomes green paper on family. 561
Architects vie for arts plan. Grimley, Terry 1168
Arsenal in real fight to keep Euro hopes alive. 416
Ataturk still towers over the Turkey of today. Boulton, Ralph 804
Back to 'back to basics'. 534
Backlog warning over new NI cash computer system. 754
BAe tight-lipped over triple merger. 402
BBC pulls the plug on 35 jobs at Pebble Mill. 319
Bill Dingle sets up pool repair company. 128
Bolt and bar against the costly fly-by-night squatters. 513
Bonfire alert for companies. 88
Boy's hanging blamed on high jinks rather than suicide. 302
Brum's new face helps to shake off its old joke image. Worrall, Boris 521
Bull Ring markets deal drawing close. 268
Bullying torment was too much to bear for choirboy. 392
Camelot inquiry urged. 176
Car crash victim loses chance of pounds 2.1m claim. 497
Case dropped after police fail to turn up. 309
Cash blues for directors. 127
Casualty encounter 'ended with woman's murder'. 405
Channel strike traps ferries. 94
College puts land up for sale to fund revamp. 247
Comeback has surprised us all. 405
Companies feel the pinch as slowdown hits hard. 720
Companies warned of Nigerian petrol scam. 212
Conducting the sound of silence. Morley, Christopher 207
Crew rejects call for private patrols. 193
Crisis for industry is no laughing matter. 396
Desert Prince's challenge for the Breeders' Cup. 170
DIY chain heading for the North. 249
Dyslexic woman loses pounds 45,000 damages award against schools. Howard, Stephen 396
Eager buyers build up Westbury results. 401
Energy goes to market with eye on mainstream. 217
Fallon joins the greats with victory at Musselburgh. 551
Festive cheer for Old English. 349
Fiat will not be driven into car merger - chief. 519
Fraser convinces England his rhythm is returning. HODGSON, From MYLES 842
Free-flowing Stourbridge are braced for brick-wall defence. 638
Freelander brings ray of sunshine for Rover. 500
Fresh GP election after evidence of ballot box tampering. 309
Friesian Society aims for cream-ohe milk image. 194
Full of beans after over 30 years of a capella. Longley, Martin 600
Get ready to spend more time at work. 482
Graduate benefits promoted. 199
Heeley quits as Lorien sounds profit warning. 144
Hinchliffe toes the line. 118
Homegrown produce keeps lorries rolling along. 241
How a baht out in Bangkok knocked our balti on the head. Ellam, Dennis 1030
How Linda and I became friends - by sad Yoko. 538
Hughes targeted as Blues open Purse. 297
Hunt for gang after prostitute's death plunge. 384
Hyde Park bomber freed from the Maze. Kite, Melissa 222
In and out of the shadows. King, Stephen 247
Interest in pounds 50m Mailbox already being sorted. 777
Ipswich defend Taricco sale. 118
Irish find Banquet hard to stomach. 88
Israel to charge ex-agent with involvement in killing of Rabin. 310
Kafelnikov threatens Henman's Hanover hopes. OAKLEY, From JOHN 421
Keay returns to Birmingham with more fire in his belly. 588
Keeping tabs on moving pupils. 199
Ladies have no need to invade politics of locker room. 695
Lap dancer said `I do' seven times in immigration racket. 255
Leaked Nato plan was sensitive, says media. 184
Legal cannabis gets thumbs down. 546
Listening to troubles. 144
Little sign of spark at Scottish Power. 568
Living, loving and dying in a family vacuum. Edmonds, Richard 464
Man in court over Tracie Andrews' road rage case. 684
Mandelson upbeat about economy. 746
Mariners hung out to dry by young Wolves. 218
McGhee swoops for Jackson to halt dismal slide. 610
Merger brings pain for healthcare group. 346
Merrill staff awaiting their fate. 199
Midland Tory chairman under MP's fire as euro rebel. 361
Millions of Mars Bars `bought the sweet life'. 862
Minister promises farm rescue package. 397
Minister's mission to Egypt. 130
Minorities come to Clinton's aid in mid-term vote. Elsner, Alan 570
Motor firm in trim with 100 new jobs. 353
New IT venture gets off on the right boot. 222
New laws but cash flow worry remains. 181
New ways with old songs. 229
NEWS DIGEST. 579
No sign of Lara in contracts dispute. 214
Not a healthy state for nurses. Davies, Mike 330
Opening time for old car showroom. 163
Opera boss attacks subsidies 'scam'. 440
Passport to the future for British farmers. 373
People power victory against pounds 20m store. 337
Personnel thing for women. 83
Pinochet `cannot claim immunity' Sovereignty not a defence, Law Lords told. 480
Police count more crime. 95
Post files. 761
pounds 1.1bn link to sell city to world. 392
pounds 90m deal makes it Taylor international. 228
Prices increases fuel arson in Zimbabwe. 244
Probation for firebomber's girl. 277
Queen Mother's pledge to catch up with 102-year-old. 377
Quicks sounds the alarm and goes into nosedive. 433
Rees-Jones starts his claim against Paris Ritz. 301
Reforms boost for car buyers. 110
Region losing race for Millennium cash. 462
Retired rector apologises over damaging satanism claims. Taylor, Mike 314
Rockwell points to its strengths in automation and avionics. 238
Royal & Sun gets a pounds m bill over pensions. 219
Russell remembers his manners. 442
Sainsbury issues university challenge. 514
Sainsbury's fined over death in its warehouse. Paterson, Graham 343
Service sector begins to feel the pinch of economic slowdown. 379
Shares rise amid rate cut rumours. 390
Siemens swings axe in pounds 1.5bn revamp. 409
Sisters tell of sex ordeal. 172
Slump in land prices is set to get worse. 369
Some say it won't be so bad, but everyone agrees slump is certain. Gray, Chris 1036
Son tries to stop knifeman. 141
Spitzbergen has the potential to move up a gear. 397
Straw moves to strengthen the institution of marriage. Butler, Jo 736
Straw poll on family values. 1111
Sugar set to answer Ionica's call for help. 204
Suppliers accelerate ahead with TEC aid. 188
The man who has had trials of his own. Milmo, Cahil 499
THE NEW KEY INITIATIVES SUPPORTING FAMILIES. 278
The seedy ins and outs of politics. Hastilow, Nigel 621
THEME FOR THE DAY. 533
Tough action sought for manhandlers. 393
Training staff to boost technical excellence. 534
Twin thrusts pave way for growth. 1092
Tyre firm's lift-off two weeks ahead of schedule. 309
U-turn is out as Ince considers appeal. 399
Unions say clear 'no' to single currency. 1838
United close in on last-eight slot. 170
US Federal Bank cagey over rate cut. 302
Vets' bid to overturn beef ban fails. 638
Villa not alone in Euro shortfall. 709
Villa playing high-risk Dublin game. 535
Warwickshire fixtures unbalanced by knock-on effect of Lord's stance. Bannister, Jack 621
Who hit Hollingsworth? 136
Why Labour kept BNRR on the road. 754
Woodward not trying to sell her story, say lawyers. 487
Worcester mastered by students. 139
Wragge & Co has just taken on its 700th employee. 95

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