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

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'Friendly' fuel figures on way for car buyers. 212
200-channel 24-hour tosh from the digital crystal bucket; Lets Do Lunch. Jacobs, Kurt 645
38 years for Jekyll and Hyde double rapist. Clarke, Pat 466
A crisis in Blair's own back yard. 1042
A novel situation, but let's keep the affairs purely fictional as well. Edmonds, Lucinda 659
A story without classification; A Sight for Sore Eyes. By Ruth Rendell (Hutchinson, pounds 16.99). Reviewed by FE Pardoe. Pardoe, FE 571
Actions speak louder than words; Stage is set for Hoddle to answer his critics. BRADLEY, From MARK 785
AK Hughes in snappy move to secure Autolok. 393
American traders beat a path to Cuba. 440
Anaesthetist denies murdering nurse. 418
ANGLING Nymph brings Snelson rich reward. 454
ANNIE'S KITCHEN. Trembath, Annie 473
Asbestos dumper is sent to prison; Four other men escape with fines. 693
ATHLETICS Jones goes for top dollar as she chases golden jackpot. GORDON, From IAN 595
Austin is latest import to strengthen Bullets. 583
Banking on the sausages. 156
Banks are key to Asian stability; Debt resolution plan would aid recovery. 635
Battle starts to save Britain's finest view; Blot on the landscape. 447
Beauty spot to stay open. 131
Beer gets ahead in Bulgarian economy. 343
Belgians braced for sleazy 'whodunnit' Catherine Bremer looks at the background to the biggest trial in Belgian history. Bremer, Catherine 832
Blake to battle for Welsh pride. 710
Blow to Blair as Fujitsu shuts chip plant. 370
Blues seek to bury last season's losing double. 386
BMA rules out random drug tests xBMA rules out random drug tests. 218
Bond with possible windfall. 106
Bounce soothes FTSE's nerves; mkt reps MARKET REPORTS. 326
Bowled over by a gentleman of the bat and ball; Anything but... An Autobiography. By Richie Benaud (Hodder & Stoughton, pounds 17.99). Reviewed by Ross Reyburn. Reyburn, Ross 1252
Brain surgery by phone. 243
Bringing the lime trees back to Clifton Hall. 544
Briton 'killed by sea snake'. 203
Brown recharges batteries for Scotland's challenge. GAUNT, From KEN 574
Bruce bemoans missing pair; NATIONWIDE FOCUS. 287
Builders leave waste `time bomb' in streets. 223
Burchill blow mars draw. 92
Burglaries and break-ins set to reach record levels. 296
Buy-to-let offers safe home for money. 386
Byas thunders title warning. 398
Cable and satellite viewers feel in control. 314
Call to BBC over voting. 87
Camelot set to toe new guidelines. 107
Capital reading. Foot, Monica 444
Carragher puts England in control; UNDER-21s ROUND-UP Sweden Under-21s 0 England Under-21s 2. 187
Castro calls for patience in new South Africa. 237
CD REVIEWS; Star ratings: HHHHH a classic; HHHH well worth your money; HHH give it a listen; HH only ardent fans need bother; H forget it. Bacon, Peter 1265
Celebrate the bright sparks says Morris. 256
Changes for the better. 1520
Cilla's new surprise; Graham Keal makes his selection of the weekend TV viewing. Keal, Graham 918
City's pounds 450m shops scheme faces axe. 604
Clean life of a master satirist; Jonathan Swift. By Victoria Glendinning. (Hutchinson, pounds 20). Reviewed by Christine Barker. Barker, Christine 849
Clinton sorry that he took so long to say 'sorry'. 338
Clinton's `personal passion' over Northern Ireland conflict. 443
Clumsy Capricorns count the cost of accidents. 211
Clutch of clubs bidding for title coronation, predicts Dallaglio; PREMIERSHIP FOCUS. 508
Cockpit smoke terror as second plane forced to turn back. 633
Copters crash in desert. 197
Crossings go in crackdown over 'danger gaps' in dual carriageway. 291
Crown House lands pounds 10m airport deal. 163
Daniels one of country's top 200; BACKGROUND. 326
Death crash legal wrangle. 136
Don't panic! It's exchange contracts day and there's nothing to fret over; City Editor Guy Dresser tries to exchange contracts on his new house. Dresser, Guy 509
Donington experience is no walk in the Park for uninitiated; Chief sports writer Rob Bishop feels the need for speed, but in safe hands. Bishop, Rob 418
Duma puts off vote as Yeltsin gains strength. 382
Edgbaston's Davis puts his pencil to one side. 237
England's pop star takes it all in his stride. 250
Ex-police inspector wins discrimination fight against force. 453
F&C goes a bundle on PEP investors. 278
Fatal joyride teenagers jailed for five years. 269
Father and children in crash named. 129
Finger on the button for grandad. 208
Fireman nearly guillotined by steel shutter. 289
Firms may be asked to take over poor school. Miles, Tim 345
Five-year-old savaged by Bull Mastiff dog. 691
Fleet-footed Elnadim to wipe slate clean in Haydock Cup. 342
For colour you canna beat this new beauty. 1448
Former premier given life for Tutsi genocide. 282
Froggatt to stay say Wolves with new deal in mind. 510
Gentle and merry meander in the Blythe spirit; RAMBLING. 671
Going loco with a craving for the Latin American; Finola Lynch eats out South American style at the new eaterie Las Iguanas. Lynch, Finola 799
GOLF Flop Faldo fires latest blank. GARROD, From MARK 409
Gypsies fly out to seek better life. 233
Halifax goes into share market. 170
Hats off to Napoleon; Encyclopaedia of Napoleon's Europe. By Alan Palmer (Constable, pounds 20). 205
He would, wouldn't he? 469
Hello Mister attempts third win. 131
Hero of Ideal Park rescue tracked down by school; Tragedy recalled: The funeral, top, of Harold Clayfield, pictured above, and, right, the original memorial in Ideal Park. 829
Highway robbers threaten business and tourism. 691
Home comforts of mail order shoppping. 421
Hospital radio pulls the plug in licence row. 257
How chef Paul's flair makes Lancashire hot spot; Finola Lynch talks to a master cook who has gone native to impress the world with British food. Lynch, Finola 835
Hunt for axe killer who hacked three to death. 283
Hunt launched after armed gang flees bank raid bid. Owen, Charis 298
Hurtling into the future at 260mph, the new mag-lev train. 667
ICE HOCKEY Blaze out to Chill the Blades. 311
Imperious Henman keeps poise in New York bustle. MALLEY, From FRANK 704
Investors look to future and start buying. 222
It's a Porsche-over for Quentin as Mondeo Man trundles down Colmore Row. 834
It's Doctor Walker, the voice of motor racing. 283
ITIS goes to Coventry for information. 118
ITnet breaks pounds 50m sales barrier; City firm sees turnover rise more than 30pc. 405
Japanese `may hit back'. 181
Judge calls for rethink on double murder evidence. 285
Juice of a problem as Germans turn to water. 350
Keeping a finger on the pulse; ARCHIVE Digitalis purpurea gave one city doctor a hearty reputation, reveals Chris Upton. Upton, Chris 583
Kirkbride's pledge on closures. 317
LDV land top Rover man. 121
Licensed to make a killing on Bond memorabilia; COLLECTING Harry Hawkes is stirred not shaken by an 007 sale. 804
Long haul to Wembley begins for minnows; NON-LEAGUE. Scott, Ged 250
Loyal customers round on banks; Complaints shame managers. 636
Magazine's rebirth as a mid-market tabloid. 128
McCracken to tough it out in hunt for title. 397
Miner's champion loses charity appeal bid. Taylor, Mike 616
Minister loses payout battle. 208
More calls flood in over `bondage fetish' rapist. 271
Mother `killed two children in suicide car'. 487
Mother admits killing children. 91
Motorway mystery of mother and baby. 290
Mulryne ready for Irish campaign. 258
Murder inquiry launched after death of stab victim. 710
Now Boarding. 764
Now it's time for a switch on the airwaves. 221
Now's the time to consider life after graduation; Just The Job. Bryan, Stephen 457
One for all the money. 172
Overseas workers face higher tax bills. 214
Oxbridge ought to teach manners; INSIDE OUT. Wilson, David 447
Parting of the ways for McLean. 337
Path to glory for Lancashire strewn with red rose petals; Jack Bannister sees no reason for Derbyshire to upset Lancashire in the NatWest Trophy final. Wasim Akram: Stifles batsmen ready to accelerate. Bannister, Jack 867
Peace process now 'unstoppable' President's address underscores support. 593
Peeps into a very different diary of life in London; The Journal Of Mrs Pepys: Portrait of a Marriage . By Sarah George (Review, pounds 12.99). Reviewed by Christine Barker. Barker, Christine 503
Personal loans brainwave triggered consumer boom. 588
Pilots applaud jail for 'air rage' passengers. 581
Pinsent Curtis to the rescue over firm's pounds 88m debts. 203
Police officers to face neglect-outy charges. 259
Police tighten up after `human torch' death. 324
POST REVIEW Country culture - Coventry style; Limestone Cowboy Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. Grimley, Terry 274
Potter pursues dream double; MINOR COUNTIES. 329
Professor 'was fleeced in sex scam'. 679
PUBS A chance to drink in the country atmosphere. 256
Pupil cleared of threat to blow-up his school. 334
Queen was manipulated, claims Benn. 465
Reddings faith in younger element. Blair, Michael 250
Republic look to the young ones. 256
Rescue plan stalls for Car Group. 227
Rival bid for TLG sees shares soar. 305
Roof falls in on the property boom; Major mortgage lenders confirm the downturn. 603
Rover down with a bump; Market share slumps to below 9pc. 605
Rover engineers changes. 328
Saints go marching on. 168
Sandwiched in the dilemma of the housing market; Business View. Duckers, John 759
Saturday Business Week. 1206
Saudi nurse in court. 174
School must prepare students for real life; YOUR HONOUR Girls school headmistress Miss Elspeth Insch , has been awarded the OBE for her services to education. Insch, Miss Elspeth 762
See, hear, graduate Lara's got a new television career. 215
Solicitor in the dock over tax fraud. 491
Spoon-fed by fantastical, unforgettable Mr Geller. Lynch, Finola 2162
Standard Life proves a sterling success as customers' deposits reach a cool pounds 1 billion. 429
Start achieving or I quit - Campbell warning to Spurs. 531
Submarine joins search for wreckage of destroyed jet. 263
Swedes get ready for soccer fans. 284
Swedes prefer realism not 'fortune-telling'. 275
Sweet music made to lift the soul; ANTIQUES Richard Edmonds looks at the development and current prices of violins through the centuries. Edmonds, Richard 1211
SWIMMING De Bruin appeals against doping ban. 296
TAKING IT TO THE STREETS; Birmingham's new free arts festival, Artsfest, is based on one which has been held in Amsterdam for 20 years. Terry Grimley joined the crowds on the Dam to see what attracts thousands of visitors each year. Grimley, Terry 1488
Tender, loving teaching is all we need...; Why, asks Dennis Ellam, do so many people live and work in dread of their computer's power? Ellam, Dennis 996
The art of gardening - with virtually no work. 845
The heat is on for church upgrade; Ross Reyburn visits Clifton Campville, a village with one of the finest parish churches in England. Reyburn, Ross 1081
The point of Swedith dethine. Ellam, Dennis 830
The top ten tips for post-holiday problems. 308
Top school's plea over league tables; Rating scheme `puts excessive pressure on pupils'. 373
Tories deny attempt to `buy' Branson; Virgin boss claims refusal to make party donation cost him National Lottery deal. Dillon, Jo; Little, Alison 479
Tough task of creating a brand name that is recognised worldwide. 479
Tragic Britons killed in air smash; Businessman and former UN staff die. 560
Troubled waters of DeadSea tourism. 521
Union offers pension security for workers. 481
Unions to press for jobs task-force. 139
Unlike the song, I get a kick from Champagne; A little-known region of France is fizzing with delights, Alison Davison discovers. Davison, Alison 1170
US pioneer history revisited; There's more to America than Florida and Disney, says Mark Woods who samples the heartland of the great Midwest. Woods, Mark 1270
Villa hits out at expansion protesters. 240
Villa hits out at protesters. 136
Villa keep tabs on unsettled Merson. 492
Walking all over the rights of the countryside. 575
Walley fury over Oster. 185
Warwicks sink fast despite Hemp's best efforts to swim; At Edgbaston (final day): Leicestershire ( 389 & 291-6, 24pts) beat Warwickshire (271 & 331, 6pts) by 73 runs. 624
Where life's a pleasure beach. 1028
WHO WOULD YOU RATHER BE?; A tale of two brothers, told by Dennis Ellam and Simon Evans. Ellam, Dennis; Evans, Simon 2060
Why everybody's saying more cheese please; Finola Lynch discovers an artisan cheese from the Cotswolds to die for. Lynch, Finola 911
Wildman vows to carry on fight. 492
Wilkinson under eye of Newcastle's old stagers. 764
With-profits policyholders assured of a better deal in life. 450
Woman's fury over bigamy trick. 333
Woodhall in no-mistake zone. 629
Your flexible friends are the new kids on the block. 473

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