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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 6, 1999)

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'Canal boy' ends up in dry dock. 335
[4] NEWS DIGEST. 606
A motion in loo of a bad pun. 151
A river of sound from sparkling Hudson; Hudson Sound Ronnie Scott's. 258
Adams has luck on day for bowlers. 179
Algae growth makes council see green. 205
Alleyne and Russell foil Stephenson. 171
Another BBC turn-off. 555
Baby boom due to war. 156
Bad news for Reed triggers shares dive. 196
Bank quiet over no-change stance. 298
Barclays is due a bit of success. 376
Barclays setback fails to move City. 419
Blair necessity to help old in taxing times. 362
Blooming marvel Broadhurst; GOLF. Silver, Neil 638
Blues and Wolves play it cool as Akinbiyi chase hots up. Milledge, Adrian 345
Blues set fair for fantasy football; Adrian Milledge asks whether Trevor Francis can take the biggest step of all - from First Division to Premiership. 1015
Bosses told to keep tax in mind as workers go abroad. 370
Boy praised for brave cliff-dive rescue bid. Brownhill, Mike 362
Bright spot for Royal & Sun despite profit gloom. 261
Britain transformed the world. 367
British peacekeeping troops seized by rebel soldiers. Moynihan, Tim 355
Bruern Abbey's monastic heritage. Lennox, Marsya 761
BT in Canadian deals. 88
Building on 25 years of excellence. 928
Car sales euphoria served on plate. O'BRIEN, JAMES 580
Children using Metro cables for rope swings. Ede, Charisse 434
Christie crashes in new clashes with the press. 276
Christie promised a speedy drugs hearing; ATHLETICS. Martin, David 580
Compulsory licensing scheme up and running. 494
Cornwall eclipses the lot in vileness; Patrick Marks explains why he hates the county. 659
Costs and jobs cuts will save Rank pounds 20m. 429
Could you be the new face for the next millennium?; Alison Jones reports on former model Iman's search for a new catwalk star. 479
Crude helps oil Shell's surge in earnings. 338
Cruising into happiness; Prince William has shown great maturity in suggesting Camilla Parker Bowles goes on the family holiday, says Ros Dodd. 932
Digital fee branded a 'TV poll tax' by critics. Burdon, Jackie; Barnes, Anthony 611
Diocese prays for a friendly new hospital. 356
DIY revamp sees chain's sales soar. Dresser, Guy 375
Drug addict Downey jailed for three years. Wong, Jeff 396
End the financial 'advice' rip-offs. 1888
England undone by strip teaser; At Old Trafford (first day): England are 108 for five in their first innings. Bannister, Jack 1201
Families oppose felling of ash trees. 262
Family first for Britain's competitive companies. 353
FI chief cashes in on pounds 16.9m share profit. Dresser, Guy 516
Firms ignoring legislation to charge late-paying customers interest. 335
Firms warned as data Act nears; New legal rules over personal information. Duckers, John 532
Five for the Fringe. 231
For goodness sake, don't let Mummy have another drink. 297
Freed psychopathic killer could still pose threat. Hunter, Paul 381
From judge to offender. 86
Fruit juice cost me pounds 1m Lottery fortune. Aitchison, Neil 501
Full stretch as Den and Angie back together. Barnes, Anthony 335
Full tilt for Virgin Trains; Lines could be doubled to cut congestion. Summers, Deborah; Ede, Charisse 697
Gallian at forefront for Notts. 149
Garages unite to foil petrol thieves. 169
Graydon warns the whingers. 298
Group takes on forced arranged marriages. 137
Happy families at sea for Charles and Camilla. 453
Happy shoppers fail to help Uno results. 287
Hell hath little fury as Angels ride in. Worrall, Boris 322
Hide-y hi dugeon as Blair heads for Italian beach. 290
Holiday family in fury at girl's operation blow. Hunt, Jon 419
Horton's Swiss role is key to rankings. 256
Injuries put Richardson into squad. Milledge, Adrian 209
Irani leads Essex on long haul. 174
Joachim told to take Villa lead. Milledge, Adrian 270
Johnson on course for golf glory. 169
Judge 'tortured' by US nanny case. Aston, Paul 451
La Piazza to emerge with storming style. 389
Lager than life. 207
Law firm BPE builds trade links with Estonia. 214
Licensee fights back against pub robber. 506
London mayor's job has really got under Livingstone's skin. 370
Love me do - and make it ring true. Dodd, Ros 672
Manufacturing optimism as recovery appears under way. 828
Masterpiece at the world's end; Mike Davies takes a look at the week's cinema releases. 1134
Mazars man takes over at AKM. 183
New shooting spree rocks US. 246
O'Shea turns Day's light out. 631
Optimism over Epwin. 106
Overseas stars help counties and England. 757
Pair still held over death. 103
Parent of year returns award after cult links. 334
Parking plan for cancer patients approved. 239
Pet poster alert after ferret stolen. 167
Physio warns of pain-in-the-neck trolleys. 169
Police called in for Southall investigation. Worrall, Boris 554
Post Office 'bully' boss says sacking was unfair. Aston, Paul 491
Renovated farmhouse. 118
Robber pushes elderly woman to ground. 722
Senior civil servant committed for killing. 262
Should Auntie now be put into care?; A once-great broadcasting organisation is in serious trouble. Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie investigates. 1354
Sold - lock sock and barrel. 225
Somerset pair punish Northants. 170
Space Star on a mission of discovery; Is the new offering by Mitsubishi a mini MPV or giant hatchback? Chris Russon is confused. 615
Specialist rules out Eclipse blindness get in a bit on the glasses. 314
Spending their way to the top; Booming football set for pounds 1bn turnover. Wood, Martin 781
Stand-in Prescott takes holiday helm. 284
Stay tuned for Macca radio; Paul McCartney to present rock and roll shows. Barnes, Anthony 378
Stoneigh Abbey in massive restoration. Lennox, Marsya 579
Strachan laughs off Huckerby move talk. 405
Stunned Court leaps to Christie defence. Ward, Michael 751
Sun's up on the city's emerging star band; One band in particular from Birmingham's thriving alternative music scene is set to make it nationwide, says Oliver Kirkland. 715
Surrey send Glamorgan home early. 160
Teenage mum pimp to girl, 14. Worrall, Boris 490
Telecoms and banks trigger slide. 450
Teletubbies can be a real benefit to children. 240
Telewest tells of Net ambitions. 329
Ten-wicket Aldred lifts Derbyshire. 182
Thatcher to terrify Dome kids. 202
The story of the roads from hell. 290
TI's pounds 275m German deal halts buying spate. Dresser, Guy 430
Time to put crime victim first, says Widdecombe. Roberts, Bob 460
Tory Welsh leader quits after pub row charge. 340
Town Hall wins hope for future; Delight as charity cash saves building from closure. Lynch, Finola 572
Tragedy of woman's holiday fall. 339
Transient highlights from 'alt-country' Grand Drive Ronnie Scott's. 240
West Brom raring to go, says Little. Ward, Michael 375
When sporting supporters take a defeat to heart. Bright, John 358
Wickes is shining brightly and it's all thanks to Mr Grimsey. 784
Wildlife trust appeals for help to save vital wetland site. 289
Woman in 14-year stalking case threatened with jail. Benattar, Mark 413
Worcester relying on grit and good fortune; At Headingley (second day): Worcestershire (90 & 44-1) need another 240 runs to avoid an innings defeat by Yorkshire (374). Scott, Ged 616

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