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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 12, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'Bella' murder mystery returns to haunt village. Worrall, Boris 553
`Disgust' at US players. 182
92 held in Operation Bumblebee sting on burglars and drug dealers. Aston, Paul 280
A Sirius case of unrequited love as dating agency is given the elbow. 415
Academics dismiss Essex Man Bard theory. Keely, Alistair 347
Agency's quick work licks mile of oil slick. 151
Air travel delays are now a national trend. Halstead, Ian 441
ApprenticeBoys can march in Derry. Cowan, Rosie 335
Armageddon misses out. 192
Batson has tourists going pear-shaped; At Worcester (second day): Worcestershire are 237-7 in their first innings. Milledge, Adrian 416
Bestselling thrills and inside stories. 461
Boeing ... boeing ... gone ... 128
Briton 'not responsible for saloon fight on plane'. 261
Brits interfere too much. 324
BT hopes to take away Chinese deal. 161
Call to obey ploughing code over rights of way. 270
Campaigners slam report on custody deaths. Aitchison, Neil 447
Cash-laden Sky Blues faced with big deficit to wipe out; Leicester City 1 Coventry City 0. Dent, Adam 976
Charlie & Co's rosy sales for garden centres. Lindsay, Robert 337
City's undeground water 'contaminated by centuries'. Aitchison, Neil 413
Colt fired up as sales rise at speed of bullets. 281
Committee rifts lessen chances for rise in rate. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 861
Concorde chases totality in luxury; 200 pay pounds 1,500 each for historic experience. Manners, Terry 439
Cool Montgomerie aiming to ease major headache. Garrod, Mark 965
Cooper's first move. 91
Cornish cloud hides celestial spectacular. Milmo, Cahal 299
Coroner issues swim warning. 121
Corporate odour clouds Cup issue. 652
Creditors gang up to force division sale by Daewoo. 354
Crinkley Bottom of barrel for nauseous Noel; Graham Findlay celebrates the end of Noel Edmonds at the BBC. 683
Customers and staff feel pinch of insurance giant. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 386
Doctor and midwife among Britons seized in Liberia. 247
Doctors' leader slams Government as waiting lists continue to rise in the Midlands. 477
Downing of tools and deserted desks as workers watch heavens. 419
Duke downs India Pale Ale to smooth gaffes. Hunter, Paul 435
Dundee fears possible Legionnaires' outbreak. Stephen, Clare 217
Early CBSO honour for Finnish conductor Oramo. Keely, Alistair 306
Eclipse works its magic from Birmingham to the Bay of Bengal. Worrall, Boris 526
Europe 'irrational' over GM foods. 216
eXchange caught in web of intrigue; Looming threat of software giant Misys unsettles share price. Lindsay, Robert 1010
Eyjolfsson's double fails to secure spot; MIDLANDS ROUND-UP. Bishop, Rob 459
Farmers in line with city slickers; Mobile phones and computers are big hit. O'BRIEN, JAMES 502
Focus on a free quality portrait of your family.; READER OFFER. 452
Frothing at mouth as MPs' beer club is eclipsed. 263
Game for a place to die. 96
Gasps of awe as Channel ferries sail into spectacle of a lifetime. Burdon, Jackie 656
Ghetto dread of city asylum seekers. Aston, Paul 477
Grain of success over moisture. 156
Harrington plays blind; GOLF. 214
Help at hand. 131
Henman hits form before US Open test; TENNIS. 382
Holiday friends from hell. 286
Homing in on a nervous Bank. 415
Hospitals on alert for eye injuries. Hunt, Jon 447
Hughes in talks over long-term Blues deal. Milledge, Adrian 374
Inflation news calms traders' fears. 492
Irish stockbroker arrested. 159
It was a very moving experience, wasn't it?; Jason Beattie was won over by a bacon bap as he joined the subdued crowds on the Malvern Hills to savour the flavour of the solar eclipse. 1208
It's time to stop arguing. 532
Jobless lowest for 19 years. Duckers, John 425
Kennedy gives Burnley Maine Road roasting. 225
Kinver glory. 96
Letting rep with a du Maurier curiosity; My Cousin Rachel Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. 366
Make the boss's job easier - it works wonders. Duckers, John 387
Man 'died in pizza row'. 212
Man shot himself after disciplinary hearing. 482
Mapei gets on bike to be at hub of industry. 191
Metals deal over debt. 110
Middlesex prosper as Kiwis lack fight; At Southgate: Middlesex (239-8) beat New Zealand (200) by 39 runs. 458
Mistress to sue over Lottery will. Hardy, Simon; Keely, Alistair 712
New horizons for Sky with interactive sport. Barnes, Anthony 295
New July record as sunseekers choose Birmingham airport. 339
New tactics aim to cut out racism claims Met. Walker, Peter 473
NFU call for review of monopoly milk report. 347
Nothing but best for Rawlinson. 115
Nothing but the best for Rawlinson. Gordon, Ian 380
One dead as tornado hits capital of Mormons. 360
Our Tory MEPs must now speak up. 1872
Oval blow for Headley. 92
Passage to Indian on a pair of wheels. 741
Pilot forced to pull up short. 112
Plenty to beef at despite lifting of EU export ban. 408
Post Script. 111
Profit before patients, says group; Public debate backs 'hands off our hospitals' campaign. Brady, Emma 567
Profit blow for Swedish tools. 86
Providers cast the Net and catch thousands with their eyes on safety. 351
Race-hate gunman gives himself up to the FBI. Bird, Simon 357
Racing world stunned as Lewis decides to retire. Till, Steven 480
Rent rises to go through roof. 370
Rover deal helps spark interest in IO centre. Duckers, John 425
Rustie's fit for a shining star turn; Singer, restaurateur and now film star. Life's blooming for Birmingham's Rustie Lee, says Ros Dodd. 1208
Saints sunk by Bridges at the treble; Southampton 0 Leeds Utd 3. 161
Saving on insurance is false economy. 223
School staff cleared. 112
Scientist blames fluoride for his cancer. 447
Securicor suspects detained. 82
Serb Orthodox Church tells Milosevic that he must quit. 98
Shares tumble as Airtours hit turbulence. 492
Shooting suspect asks to talk to police about Dando. 149
Siege ends as man is held after body found in street. Brook, Damien 543
Sir Alex raises roof at 'monster plc' wage ceiling. 610
Sir Jack wants Billy Wright back. 127
Sky's new boss turns up heat in digital war. Wood, Martin 498
Sounds like a cause for complaint in cinemas. 184
Teenager on drinking binge before stabbing. POSNER, ByMICHAEL 402
The hammer comes down on Robin Hood and his band of merry men. Brook, Damien 310
THEME FOR THE DAY. 601
There'll be swinging in the valley; BRECON JAZZ '99 August 13 - 15 In true festival spirit there are several levels of entry to the famous Brecon Jazz gathering, says Martin Longley. 1002
Thousands unite as the day turns dark. Worrall, Boris; Aitchison, Neil 976
Three aim to outperform one; Smelting companies join forces. Lindsay, Robert 357
Through a darkened doorway to beauty. 309
Through eclipse glasses darkly. Hastilow, Nigel 664
Too much lip from Frank. 232
Tractor buyers opt for power-packed models. 503
Troughton's three wickets in vain. 307
U-15s look to start where they left off; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. Hollinshead, Graeme 198
UK shoppers say no to the euro; Survey finds that over half prefer pound. Murphy, Eileen 605
Union tells lecturers don't poach students. 212
Vialli's moves create late Chelsea flourish; EUROPEAN ACTION Chelsea 3 Skonto Riga 0. 740
Villa set Premiership pace; Joachim leads assured show Aston Villa 3 Everton 0. Bishop, Rob 765
Waste management plan targets river catchments. 249
Weather brings mixed views. 228
Wednesday eclipsed in Red rout; PREMIERSHIP Manchester Utd 4 Sheffield Wed 0. Anderson, David 606
Weir lands discus slot in UK team for Seville; ATHLETICS. 478
What a performance as Dannii makes sure the show goes on. Dougherty, Hugh 211
What is the game coming to? - Disgusted of Sutton; RUGBY UNION. Blair, Michael 386
Yellowhats. 146
Yemen terror-charge man planned to marry. Keely, Alistair 558

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