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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 1, 1998)

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'Bonnie and Clyde' rob pensioner. 178
'Missing' children are returned. 160
A class act for top brass; Thomas Robson previews one of the biggest days in the British brass band calendar. Robson, Thomas 814
A saint still in the giant shadow of Diana. Lynch, Finola 730
Al Fayed's vow for crash justice. 583
Allies help Kabila take initiative in Congo war. 487
Altram faces fine as Metro start date hits the buffers. 522
American schools under siege; After a series of high-profile tragedies, It's back to school with a difference this year in the US, Robert Green discovers. Green, Robert 687
Angell clips wings of Molineux high-fliers; Wolves 2 Stockport County 2. 744
Bears wait on Giddins in pursuit of revenge. 239
Belgium's socialist 'elite' face trial for corruption. 162
Benn blares out conspiracy alert; City View. Wood, Martin 511
Beware the silent attack. Prangle, Brian 633
Birmingham grows on you; Letters. 2086
Blanket of bouquets to Palace. 333
Blues must get back to basics after slip-ups; Bradford City 2 Birmingham City 1. 741
Boom times at the shops. 173
Botanist praises greenhouse dubbed eighth wonder of the world. 324
Boy's bravery is rewarded. 137
Breakthrough against hackers. 434
Breath-test fail MP urges others to learn from error. 335
Burning issue of garden safety. 188
Bury keep it clean to stay upwardly mobile. Review, Nationwide 469
Cannock promoted after Sutton victory; FIRST DIVISION REVIEW. 410
Clerical pay well above inflation rate. 213
Concern as North Korean missiles may have passed over Japan. 293
Corning is crystal clear favourite. 210
Crisis-hit Kia left crying on the hard shoulder. 183
Dangers of fighting spam. Tomlinson, Chris 558
Deaaker aiming to go out on a high. 1149
Diana doctor calls for official French monument. 662
Docu-soaps can leave you in a real lather. 419
Drugs labels must be up to date warn doctors. Radowitz, John von 350
Drum, bass and boards; Summer Madness '98 The Custard Factory. Longley, Martin 262
Duma rejects Yeltsin's Premier; Russian Parliament's snub to President. 607
Eco-warriors' Maginot Line fortress to defy builders. 605
Electrifying Owen striking pose for converted Hoddle. 632
Experts set to argue the pros and cons of genetically-modified food. 351
F1 counting cost of crash-course. 422
Families evacuated as firebugs put lives at risk. 676
Family's island service. 218
Fan killed by flying wheel. 148
Finally, city has its claret jug and no blues; Terry Grimley reports on the lengthy battle to bring a fine piece of silverware back to Birmingham. Grimley, Terry 774
Firm sets up free web access. 204
Flat out to make property killing; Hong Kong investors use Internet to buy apartments. 527
Floods destroy homes as death toll rises. 281
Flowers pile high at Althorp. 204
Flying doctor for the children in peril. 243
Football star's landmines pledge. 344
French connection. 120
French court set for trial of 140 accused of terror link. 293
Friend's anger over conspiracy theories. 440
Global interest in Leylandii helpline. 301
Global recession fears as Wall Street plunges. 299
Hereford count cost of howler by James. 343
Heroic play takes to the skies as Gipsy Moth flies again. 500
Hick returns to fill leader's role vacated by Moody. 226
Horton back in business with National victory. 222
Investors nervously await start of trading. 529
Investors on brink as Dow Jones plunges. 540
Irish MPs to debate toughest ever anti-terrorism measures. 210
It's goodbye from him and goodbye from him; What happens to the world after the final meeting of these two enfeebled leaders, asks Dennis Ellam. Ellam, Dennis 1018
Ivanisevic turns up heat to banish gloom. 471
Jensen rides out storm as relieved Wolves exorcise ghost; Wolves 48 Belle Vue 42. 305
Key and Gough move U-19s to solid position. 258
Lloyd provides the spur for magnificent Murali. 842
Long holiday for Prescott. 563
Mad world turns its attention on Albion and harsh realities dawn; Grimsby Town 5 West Bromwich Albion 1. 823
Making of the history man. 328
Masked robbers in iron bar attack on girl, 18. 776
Merger rumours grow as Shell talks with Texaco. 435
Military might helps the hunt for super-speed chip. 672
Muralitharan spin routs England; Nine wickets for Sri Lanka's genius At The Oval (final day): Sri Lanka (591 & 37-0) beat England (445 & 181) by ten wickets. 1596
National bomb suspect remand. 88
Nautical Star triumphs in safe hands of doctor. 214
New Order, new day; Reading '98. Revill, John 505
News Digest: Motorway closed as gang throws bricks at vehicles. 521
No panic yet as dark clouds gather over growth in Asia. 516
No smiles to be had at 'comedy of errors' Shrewsbury Town 0 Barnet 2. 257
No time to relax says retiring. 346
One hell of a curse, religion. 350
Perugino Bay drops his guard. 347
Plane sailing as pilot is forced to make first solo splash landing. 245
Police chief ready to shoulder the heavy burdens of Ulster post. 470
Police scour film from club for clues to brutal murder. Breslin, Maria 395
Poulenc with added joy; Poulenc Plus St Stephens Church Old Radnor Powys. Hart, David 227
pounds 40m hospital deal for Tarmac is just what the doctor ordered. 313
Private prayers that mark a year of mourning. 382
Radical transport shake-up 'will be stuck on amber'. Carlin, Brendan 595
Region loses its 'most prosperous' label. 341
Reid is delighted at his twin wins; Sports digest. 624
Rover motoring on to 1,500 job cuts. 433
Runaway balloon is floating off to Russia. 470
Russian roulette and Wall Street woes send Euro shares tumbling; mkt reps MARKET REPORTS. 479
Scientists hope for patter of tiny giant panda feet. 195
Scientists shed some light on the dangers of sunshine. 244
Sleaze committee set to be named. 365
Soccer's boy wonder is game for success. 419
Sprigs of new life for perry pear. 110
Steakhouse will rise from ashes, say owners. 276
Sweet music as Strauss composes work of art. 252
Tears of laughter with The Onion; Thomas Robson starts an occasional series on what can be found on the less explored strands of the Net. Robson, Thomas 348
Technology's biggest headache; Virtually pain-free: The charity Migraine Action hopes enduring a virtual migraine will improve understanding. 379
The computers that may be able to read your mind. 356
The good, the bad and the ugly practices that split a nation's economy. 284
The merry men in the Green Wood; Boris Worrall meets the eco-warriors. Worrall, Boris 1091
The real mystery of Mrs Bradley. Ellam, Dennis 276
Three arrests at farm demo. 128
Three die on dream trip; Families' US holiday ends in tragedy. 636
Time for tributes at St Philip's. 271
Tiny step forward brings big plans. 341
To Russia with expertise; Ros Dodd meets a mother who spends her time abroad helping others as a VSO volunteer. Dodd, Ros 905
Tourist attractions enjoy a bumper Bank Holiday. 587
Trio rise to occasion in Sussex rearguard action. 262
UK failure rate on the increase. 223
Urgent moves to bring back M25 road rage murder suspect. 512
Vietnamese ambassador to Bromsgrove; For the first time, Birmingham Soroptimists are sponsoring a foreign student. Ros Dodd finds out about her ambitions. Dodd, Ros 483
Wheels of fortune as Alan bikes up the Nile. 282
Wilkinson calls for old stars to pass on experience. 462
Window of opportunity for medical science; Historian Dr Chris Upton reflects on one of the most vital medical discoveries WITH THE BENEFIT OF HINDSIGHT. Upton, Chris 585
Woodward warns of 'TV trials' Former au-pair condemns cameras in British courts. 533
World Digest: 11 wedding guests killed in lake helicopter crash. 671

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