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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 23, 1998)

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50 injured as general strike turns violent. 158
80 women in HIV manhunt alert. 115
A good year for Woodhead. 84
A lot of hot Blair over our troubles. Kirkbride, Julie 677
Afridi takes advantage with perfect Test debut. 287
Albion set sail to seek out calmer conditions; Morale-boosting win rights storm-tossed Hawthorns vessel. 483
Alfa bet on a return to roots with new gusto. 627
Atherton looks forward to life without pressure. 187
Barn conversions offer individual style. 1521
Battered wife cleared of murdering violent husband. 591
Beijing back-pedals on eco-friendly bicycle commuting. 302
Bid talks bring cheer to cider firm. 177
Birmingham Post literary dinner. 197
Bless you, but this time you're wholly wrong. Bright, John 366
Blues urged to rise above mediocrity. 490
Body blow for struggling Shop as shares tumble. 458
Borough is winning crime fight. 268
Bosses forecast loss of 100,000 engineering jobs. 321
Branson faces new battle on Moscow flights. 150
Breathing new life into the old songs; Simon Evans meets an Irish troubador flying the trad flag. Evans, Simon 553
Brintons facing heavy penalty for employees' asbestos exposure. 340
Britain can match very best in world. 1967
Briton dies as jet-ski ploughs into pedal boat. 296
Busy doing nothing. 543
Call to merge courts. 122
Cameron joy at US deal. 118
Can we live without Longbridge?; Business Editor John Duckers looks at the prospects for Longbridge. Duckers, John 1231
Carlos Menem gives public apology for Falklands. 130
Cause celebre for the wives who hit back. 390
Central to the health of British movies. 290
Ch4 move could mean theme going into limbo. 178
Chamber in call for level playing field for Rover. 442
Champagne seals vintage partnership; POST REVIEW. 249
Chief test pilot killed steering plane from houses. 331
Christmas cheer for a speedy buyer; NEW HOMES. 201
Church cash man faces fraud charges. 169
Collision in tunnel causes city mayhem. 252
Cosmopolitan Rangers put German bite on Bayer; Bayer Leverkusen 1 Rangers 2. GAUNT, From KEN 340
Country cottage with pastureland. 185
Davies admits smacking son 'as last resort'. 173
Deaths lead to surgeons' skills tests. Doyle, Susan 189
Desailly defies the clock; Chelsea 1 FC Copenhagen 1. 498
Detectives to question pensioner over stabbing. 591
Dowding swoops to give 'full service'. 243
Drugs 'hidden in dead babies'. 119
Earl left fuming by star actress's attitude. 316
Eh oh, it looks like bye-bye to Teletubby Po. 274
Employee faces charges over stock. 192
English patience a virtue for 'grassed-off' tourists. HODGSON, From MYLES 175
Euro tour hopefuls on course; GOLF. OAKLEY, From JOHN 482
Europe 'set for take-off on the defence front'. 513
Flexible working is crucial to secure investment for new car. 561
Footballer faces jail for knockout punch. 184
Ford could still drive a deal for stricken Kia. 405
Ford cutbacks add to the misery. 432
French egg and sperm race. 84
Frozen eggs will put childbirth on hold. 294
Fusion with the jazz put back in; Julian Joseph's band is cooking, says Martin Longley. Longley, Martin 504
Georgian style enjoys revival. 1486
Girlfriend hits out over tragic death of climber. 421
God is on our side says eco-minister. 373
Gold hidden in hamburgers. 102
Grampian takes its scissors to sportswear. 302
Halifax chief heads for retirement. 321
Hands-on Norton can boost Broughtons Lure. 403
Happy on the outside looking in; UEFA heroes prepared for return to the bench. 648
Harvey's son escapes jail sentence. Worst&apos, Tackle 'One Of 204
Historic home has true heart of oak. 958
Hoerner policy gets the results but it's not so simple for Arcadia. 738
Hollioake is hoping for fringe benefits; CRICKET. CURTIS, From JOHN 538
How BMW profiteers from the pounds. 779
How years of torment turned victim into a broken woman; Michael Posner looks back on the frightening journey that led Jane Downes to stab her husband Alan to death. 456
Hurricane relief whips up political resentment; Letter from San Juan. Faul, Michelle 573
ICI calms investment jitters as profits dive. 562
It takes courage to keep your silence. Dodd, Ros 630
ITV will not ditch plans to move top news show. Burdon, Jackie; Peachey, Paul 440
Jam today not so unusual, says AA. 177
Jazz singer George Melly relaxes during a tour of the Burne-Jones exhibition. 203
Jockey Club clears Huntingdon. 116
Jones Lang to merge with LaSalle Partners. 269
Keane's enforced rest may be blessing in disguise. 590
King bids to expand empire in Shakespeare country; Racing Correspondent Veritas meets a Midland trainer with growing ambitions. 554
Landlords set to suffer as Bass axes 200 jobs. 319
Lee lowers lights on sad Hann; SNOOKER. 314
Lomu to answer England calling. 437
LucasVarity's US move plan a 'retrograde' step. 191
MacDermid in for Canning; US deal is on the cards after more than a year of secret talks. 469
Machine tool exports lead the way. 119
Marine faces murder charge. 80
McCracken pits record against Napoleon; BOXING. 464
Menacing Sampras looks part in Lyon; TENNIS. 312
MPs want united bid sent to MMC. 555
New DPP drawn to job by plans to overhaul CPS. Butler, Jo 472
Nightmare can shake Moseley's dreamers; RUGBY UNION. 623
No money no object for Hateley. 247
Not the best start for this music mix; POST REVIEW. Morley, Christopher 263
O'Leary's Leeds rise concerns Graham. 514
One day of human misery in a just war. 969
Own a home with an income. 339
Passengers given rough ride over rail fares. 436
Petite way to fashion success; New women's range helps Arcadia boost profits amid retail depression. 520
Pioneering hope for hip patients. 240
Positive effect of rate expectations. 426
Post Script. 97
Post Script. 116
pounds 268m Mayflower blow for Henlys. 161
Protesters braced for battle with the bailiffs. 499
Queen calls in at pounds 82m Motorola base. 282
Queen tells of sadness at losing stables. 148
Rare land bonus. 182
Re write as caption story. 98
Renewed effort for ceasefire in Kosovo. Harris, Bill 300
Robinson has his sights on Leeds; RUGBY LEAGUE. 269
Rock Hill offers woodland views. 290
Rock star 'threatened to cut off air stewardess's hands'. Sigley, Caroline 302
Rugby star broke man's jaw over mother insult. 467
Rural charm and convenience. 3267
Schlock, rock and barrels; Mike Davies makes his pick of the week's cinema releases. Davies, Mike 852
Schumacher indulges in pleasant dreams; MOTORSPORT. 335
SDLP vow to keep peace process going. 323
Showhouse on the market with extras. 166
Singing teacher's larynx goes live on box. 305
Sir Paul's rethink on animal testing. 394
Squeezed out of the market; countryside in crisis Faced with falling meat prices and tough laws, farmers face dire futures. Ross Reyburn reports. Reyburn, Ross 1033
St Trinnean gels have last bash at tarnished image. 387
Steady, Eddie, you've let the fat cat out of the bag this time; We ought to be thanking Eddie George for his thoughts on unemployment in the North, says Dennis Ellam. Ellam, Dennis 1011
Still dreaming of equality. 1244
Stone trial jury spends second night in hotel. 92
Tackle 'one of the worst' says Hill. 150
Take two as nurses go back to No 10 nurses story. 131
Thatcher under attack as Pinochet bids for freedom. 511
The Post Files...The Post Files...The Post Files...The Post Files...The Post Files... 580
Theme for the day. 620
Top nurse sacked nanny with no warning. 334
Tourist chiefs' fears over M6 snarps. 199
Transport summit to hear public's views on road ahead. 451
Two million child war victims in last 11 years. 131
Ubogu's red card will not be laid to rest, declare RFU. 181
Unproductive set of comparisons; One suggestion is that BMW is working on some calculation of value added. 392
US tables land-for-peace text to strike deal in Middle East talks. Bird, Simon 553
Van Hooijdonk must make first move, say Forest. 742
Virgin is losing appeal. 117
Vital pieces fitting back into Gifford's promotion jigsaw. 518
Walsall ring changes after Stourbridge disappointment. 172
Warwickshire's World Cup cash wrangle. 572
We could, at least, learn to make new mistakes. 442
Williams leads charge of the top seeds in Moscow. 606
Wine makers to press Prescott on point of law. 420
Winter walkers urged to go with the glow. 623
Yorke brings loner Cole out of shell. 1128

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