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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 5, 1999)

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A new 'old guard' takes over as Queen's right-hand man. 388
A super luxury Mercedes which really is in a class of its own; The S Class is up there with the best, says Chris Russon. And the new one is even better. 874
Aero parts firms set for an unhappy landing. 331
Air strikes hitting Saddam more than bomb raids. 575
All quiet on sales front. 250
Angela Lewis wearing award winning design. 95
Another Ulrika stalker dies. 188
Atkins in clover with pounds 1.6m deal. 151
Author Trollope splits from husband. 216
Bank springs 0.5pc rate-cut surprise. 318
Beaming with period features. 187
Beware of GAAR - the Customs' tax weapon. 340
Bickerton's charge halted by weather; GOLF. 596
Bidder books in with pounds 1bn offer for hotel group Stakis. 330
Boss's luck runs out on wheel of fortune. 898
Bullets coach ready to unleash smart weapon; BASKETBALL. 289
Cell phone hoax drove 30,000 to jam switchboard. 378
City thinks big for tourism; But small hoteliers ask where business is coming from. 581
Colly would be more jolly with just a little love. 220
Companies urged to review their position on Comps. 279
Convicted keeper's 'escape' to victory. 284
Council worker set for record pounds 200,000 stress pay-out. 517
Court appearance for Ashby. 477
Customs criticised as huge drug trial halted by judge. Smith, Allan; Bristow, Mike 577
Delight and shock at haloint rates cut. 385
Delphi agrees pounds 167 million takeover by Adecco. 268
Derbyshire free Barnett. 119
Device means snorers no longer lose sleep over killer. 414
Dublin's Rovers return can act as perfect pick-me-up for Collymore. 563
Duchess plants seeds of campaign for pounds 15m garden at Alnwick Castle. Watson, Paul 276
England take long view of Hendrie; Under-21 switch no reflection on talent. 540
Executors fail to win monopoly on Diana images. 345
Fear led to plea change. 167
Fears for economy put an end to Footsie gains after rate cut. 456
fillerSanderson moves on IT firm. 110
Finance chief is compromise candidate. 346
Fired-up Welsh see future in small steps. 408
Fit-again Sedgley ready to strengthen Wolves' hand with instant recall; FOOTBALL. 294
Fitness First moves up on a high note. 158
French may go for English connection. 278
Gadaffi in new talks on bombers. 113
Game of Hyde and seek won by Blues chief. 717
GEI shares plunge after warning on profits. 188
Get a grip on wheel clampers, says RAC. Woodman, Peter 197
Get connected, make it music; Terry Grimley previews the premiere performance of an unusual group of musicians. 840
Good news, bad news. 553
Government must make first move on transport. 285
Hale vows Albion house stays in order. 541
Hanging tragedy of suspect. 438
Healthy business plan helps keep profits fit. 721
Heat is on for last two hop kilns; NEW HOMES. 390
Heavy task facing Irish. 120
Hidden horror eats at market. 454
Hopes fade for lost terrier. 106
How did two great names come to this sorry state?; Rover's crisis was made in Munich, says Nigel Hastilow. 2147
How writer Cookson stays at the top from beyond the grave. 212
Hussein flies home as his life ebbs away. 215
ICI suffers 17pc slump in profits; Dividend remains steady for time being. 395
If year 2000 is bugging your firm ... 244
Interesting painter in the shadows of the East; Terry Grimley discovers the exotic landscapes of George Chinnery at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. 377
IRA terrorist Mullen smiles as he walks free. Colley, Jan 668
It's the pits for racing fan. 177
Jewellery goes in pounds 26,000 raid. 160
Jobs under threat as Belgrave crashes. 316
Jones propping up Moseley in front-row crisis; RUGBY UNION. 629
Judge slates the silly So and So case. 275
Kafelnikov beaten; TENNIS. 158
Le Bas move shows Worcester intent. 244
Legal eagles in the dark over pensions. 356
Letters to the Editor. 367
Letters to the Editor. 1850
Live, work and play at the hub of the city. 522
London in new bomb threat. Hamilton, Chris 179
Looking up with helping hand for next generation. 691
Low share price prompts 'private' move by Wyko. 290
ME boy's deadly fall caused by cocaine. Sheehan, John 570
Meteoric rise of man with drive who is not afraid to tread on toes. 595
Modern-day coaching plague bugs Player. 345
Moral standards at the double. 610
MP brands review delays unacceptable. 446
Munich prepares Longbridge D-Day. 577
Never mind the quality, feel depth of despondency. 536
New benefits on the menu. 123
New front opens up as bread wars hit nation's High Streets. Murphy, Eileen 322
New tax on small shops so unfair. 645
New-look FA must get media-wise for sake of Hoddle's successors. 508
Nightmare that might end up as Disneyland; Factory floor rumours continue as gloomy workers wait and see Charisse Ede found Rover workers in a bleak mood as they knocked off work yesterday afternoon. 490
Now fire-ravaged manor really is Bleak House. 356
Official who quit in 'niggardly' storm to return. 217
Old-fashioned records may bring trouble. 301
Once bitten, twice as eager to help; Clare Fenton gave up work in a building society for the tough and sometimes lonely life of an RSPCA Inspector. Ros Dodd reports. 1082
Orders down, but parcels group delivers profits rise. 427
Pc who kicked man in groin cleared of assault. 134
Peace fears as King Hussein nears death. 235
Peer scores with marbles. 121
Persistent Spurs win fight with pounds 4m deal to land Sherwood. 703
Post Script: Edward Enfield joins Tory Party. 142
pounds 100m book deal tied up. 98
RAC to float on Stock Exchange after Cendant reverses out of pounds 450m sale. 367
RAF fighter crashes. 80
Rain winning battle for control in Harare; CRICKET. 414
Raqib slips through handicap net. 332
Republicans aim for trial exit. 184
Sack-happy firms avoid big payouts; Unfair dismissal limit to rocket to pounds 50,000. 679
Sales plunge puts Rover down to sixth in market-share league. 609
Saqlain turns the screw to ruin good start by India. 352
Sea life a splash hit with family; Deborah Summers talked to some visitors to find out what had lured them to the Second City. 217
Sensible scale of country quality. 992
Sex and the single girl; So, is Sex And The City true to life? Ros Dodd investigates attitudes to sex in our city. 894
Sharp practice vets our Trude. 306
Shephard attack branded pathetic. 274
Showhome set to open in the spring. 118
Sky Blues strike out at union over pounds 2m Konjic. 223
Soccer team goes to dogs. 121
Space mirror is a flash in the pan. 118
Stars tell nation to take it on the nose. 411
Students get the money and run to top. 492
Suburb's recovery points way to future. 344
Swiss group ABB on a roll. 257
Sydney showdown takes centre stage as Giles eyes World Cup; "I've played a lot of cricket and got a lot of experience and captaincy is a pretty tough job, it's not easy. But I've not given it a lot of thought; Steve and Shane are the front-runners. I think I'd be third down the line.''. 835
Terrorism case men 'are extremist's henchmen'. 539
The little things in marriage help, says Hague. Kwatra, Anjali; Walker, Peter 664
The Post Files. 633
These councillors seem to lose all track of time. 424
Thieves' deadly haul. 93
Titanic Kate hits the hippie trail; Mike Davies takes a look at this week's cinema releases. 1776
Toast as Banks's pounds 290m battle ends; Production sites saved but 250 workers to go as bid for Marston wins the day. 484
top fillerCollege lecturer cleared of indecent assault. 450
top fillerDrink-driving and drug possession offences soar. 377
top fillerGeaves galvanised for quarter-finals. 631
Tributes pour in for tragic soccer stalwart. 366
Trust girl was trapped as dinghy capsized. Berry, Brendan 423
TV show sparks bug hoarding fears. 198
Two appear in court over canal body murder. 129
Two awarded honorary doctorates. 231
UK cancer victims die for lack of drugs cash. Frith, Maxine 593
Unveiling at St Saviour's. 129
Venables is Robson's perfect choice. 656
Warwickshire's Bell in tune to spur England. 440

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