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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 7, 1998)

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'Confessions to inmates' crucial to murder case. Frith, Maxine; Milmo, Cahal 744
`Remarkable marketing' is judge's life of Spice. 318
A helping hand for those left behind; There is support for the bereaved struggling to cope with their loss, says Ros Dodd. 493
A wealth of health. 347
Alex launches one-boy war on party fogies. 244
All change in the ladies!; What do you wear when you have an evening function straight after a day in the office? Jo Ind finds out. 591
Ambulance service row leaves food for thought. 290
Angels on the right track; Wacky, atmospheric and a menu to rival War and Peace, Alison Davison visits a railway station with a difference. 862
Anger over threat to farmland. 144
Appearances can be deceptive. 170
Arson theory after warehouse blaze. 143
Artist hypnotised by 'conman' Former best friend led me into world of forgeries, ex-art teacher tells court. 559
Aussie connection powers Coventry; RUGBY UNION. 511
BBC shake-up as viewers ask for serious, accessible news coverage. Burdon, Jackie 590
Beware of power corrupting. 1902
Big Six bosses with a rising price on their head; Rob Bishop wonders just what your club's manager is worth. 589
Blair proclaims new era of accord with China. Smith, Jon 532
Bone marrow gamble pays off for baby Niall. 531
Boost for workers as Eurolok picks its new home. 283
Born to be mild as Bruce sues song 'pirates'. 538
Breezers and posers - the new breed of drinkers. 719
Calm down, calm down - now where's that 46 grand? 154
Carling denies love split regrets. 411
Cautious reaction to tax loophole changes. 127
Challenges of winter starting in Midlands; ATHLETICS. 324
Check out virtual reality and check into luxury. 420
Cheesed off over rarebit of trouble. 163
Child vice project goes nationwide. 157
Chocs away as Thorntons bags a fifth more in sales. 395
Church's miracle cure under attack. 157
Claire uses the Max factor in the fame game; LIFESTYLE Claire Saville, champion ice skater from Solihull, tells Women's Editor Ros Dodd about a whirlwind few weeks on the road to stardom. 852
Cook ready to act over Kosovo; Nato war planes in 'state of readiness'. Deane, John; Clare, Sian 595
Cook's big expansion plans with Carlson. 285
Council chiefs draft get-tough policy in bid to claw back pounds 10m rent arrears. 475
Countess 'needs money to provide for children'. Raif, Shenai 564
Delay in sleaze committee findings angers Tories. 408
Dishing dirt makes some of us ashamed. 707
Diverse energy; Peter Lawson Adrian Boult Hall. 225
Dorrell calls for more heartfelt commitment to Europe. 240
Driver and child in robbery ordeal. 559
Duty-free changes threaten jobs. 823
Eddery won't give ground. 105
Engineers lead rally and calls for interest cut. 551
England can still draw on well of midfield talent - Redknapp. 747
Enter, stage centre, a heroine for conference. 467
Executive rises are 'comfortable' Travel Editor Lisa Piddington reports on a survey which reveals the cost of business travel is on the increase. 965
Fan Allner casts admiring glances at Albion's pounds 4m snip; Michael Ward finds Lee Hughes' former boss happy to sing the praises of one that got away. 803
Father took revenge for attacks. 238
Ferguson must go cap in hand to powers that be. 333
Firm failures rise for first time in five years. 421
First guests enjoy the Belfast five-star Hilton. 257
Fit Britain takes to the sporting life. 306
Fowler comes to defence of Condon. 485
Foxes cling to O'Neill as Leeds job beckons. 879
Francis put on spot by IRFU after drugs claim. 264
Freed hostages' message of hope to captured foursome. 437
Freedom to create a dream ballet in Britain; Birmingham Royal Ballet is giving internationally acclaimed Australian choreographer Stanton Welch his debut with a British company. Susan Turner met him during rehearsals. 1098
Frenzy as Godz touch down at the NEC Arena. 272
Gallagher left in limbo as race-fixing quiz goes on. 176
Glynwed snaps up Friatec in pounds 174m deal. 350
Governors enlist parents in hunt for smear-monger. 420
Hague's tired old men. 547
Henman overcomes early Swiss setback; TENNIS. 489
High-flying Saddlers in injury stew. 313
Hindley 'must stay in jail'. 193
Impeach inquiry into Clinton now certain. 487
Injury horror mars derby encounter. 430
Intensity silenced theatre; The Crucible Malvern Festival Theatre. 328
Ionica still engaged in search for backer. 297
Is ribbon fatigue resulting in wrong message?; Maybe there's too much publicity about breast cancer, says Women's Editor Ros Dodd. 664
Japan's import sales slump. 207
Jazztastic! 298
Jo Ind's Diary. 415
Josie 'tied up and left for dead' by brutal attacker. 233
Kellogg's rapped over advert bullying claim. Murphy, Eileen 317
Knives out for world bodies amid markets' bloodbath. 619
Labour can be trusted to do best. Stuart, Gisela 641
Last plea to save BNRR plans. 277
Le Pen to face Holocaust trial after losing immunity. 150
Leading ALF activist loses parole appeal. 280
Lewis dreaming of a fight Christmas; BOXING. 257
Loyal Shearer sticks with Newcastle's Gullit hand. 707
Making up to big business; INTERVIEW Carole Ann Rice meets 'real women' style babes Ruby and Millie, the faces behind their state of the art cosmetics range. 1111
Man gets 4 years for killing victim with an axe after row. 411
Mandelson sets targets for new jobs. 221
Market comes down with bump; Traders sent reeling in month of turmoil. 1105
McCoy to find Exeter favour. 449
McKechnie engineers sunshine; Reshaping helps deliver record profits. 475
Megatops take off in first class style; James O'Brien looks at Singapore Airlines' pounds 250 million revamp of its passenger services. 1077
Men behind Rolls-Royce's entry to jet age. 373
MEPC to enter fray for Bilton. 111
Midfield mayhem forces Scots to cast net far and wide. 304
Moseley on the move in tie-up with university. Thomson, Fraser 397
MPs to quiz MI6 chief on arms to Africa. Cordon, Gavin 572
Murder trial adjourned. 84
Mystery surrounds discovery of woman's body. 675
Neighbour battles that make lawyers winners; Ross Reyburn looks at the cost of stubborness in the Saverley Green saga. 851
Neville taking the needle out of row. 289
New dawn for Judie; Judie Tzuke Ronnie Scott's, Broad Street. 246
New planes mean less airport noise. 308
Nothing new in the Paula Yates saga. 144
Now for something completely different...; FASHION It's never been a better time to be eccentric says Carole Ann Rice, as an exclusive look at Marks and Spencer's new season reveals. 460
Nuneaton hit the ground running for League challenge; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 211
Orange in earthy BT challenge. 145
Palace police officer 'fatally stabbed wife'. 367
Post Script. 127
Prayer meeting gunman must serve 25 years in jail. 219
Promoter blames Wembley KO on Carling's black label. 619
Public schoolboy drove 'like a madman' before crash. 411
Queen to open hospital in tribute to Diana. 262
Rates and pound `are crippling Britain's small manufacturers'. 334
Redmond in warning to leisure industry. 272
Region's companies attracting interest of wheeler-dealers. 453
Regulation of world finances is vital to stability, says Brown. 250
Republicans 'must show a commitment to peace'. 506
Richardson's Cup glory days gon; GOLF. 641
Rover sets the model for month of falling sales. 464
Roy retires after 23 years - and not a day off sick. 286
Santer denies cover-up but promises to root out fraud in Commission. Meade, Geoff 390
School blaze boy put under supervision. 320
Scotland's transport system on the road to ruin, says AA policy chief. Meo, Nick 335
Seafood, win award, for new city restaurant. 465
SIDE ORDERS. 416
Sir Noel's home saved for posterity. 144
Small takes new Edgbaston role; CRICKET. 240
Solicitor `in devious tax fraud'. 254
Splash out in the garden; EXTERIORS Autumn is the ideal time to be making a water feature for your patio, says Jo Ind. 835
Spot on treatment. 409
Sterling nears the right mark. 492
Still gems, even if you don't speak German. 845
Swiss 'took cash meant for PoWs'. 335
Teach your pupils to be more awkward, Patten tells heads. Miles, Tim 346
Thanks a million for trouble. 111
Thatcher puts faith in the Anglo-American passion for liberty. 257
The Left will not be gagged warns Patten. 182
THE POST FILES. 1524
The world according to Sid Langley. 787
Theme for the day. 548
Three die and baby left in 'critical' condition by crash. 93
Tory dinosaurs clash over euro. 789
Tory Party unity? It was over by 1pm. 482
UEFA move goalposts to counter breakaway bid. 483
Under-valued McKechnie is one of the City's best-kept secrets. 731
Unhappy ending for toys story. 183
Unholy silence over nun who will become a saint. Knickmeyer, Ellen 595
Upbeat ICI chief gives boost to share price. 166
Viking rampage floors Packers; AMERICAN FOOTBALL. 264
Villa approach D-day over Barry fee while Brighton wait in anticipation. 452
Vinegar man who found taste in antiques; OBITUARY. 239
Wall Street triggers shares surge to wipe away the gloom. 510
Why buy British cheers suddenly fell flat. 686
Wild-man Jones says sorry for 'stupid act'. 284
Wise up to the sinking Sun; It doesn't matter what the Sun says, given its outmoded Essex vulgarities, says Chief Feature Writer. Ellam, Dennis 955
Woman dies in ferry blunder. 195
Wondrous flow; Das Rheingold Royal Opera Symphony Hall. 207
Young show-offs hit the hotel scene. 504

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