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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 22, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
`Blood money' arms protest hits MP Luff. 191
Agony Aunt marks tenth anniversary of Prozac. 223
Air cadet, 16, dies in freak bike accident. 385
Airport security precaution. 99
Arcadia to slim down as 300 jobs go. 142
Arts: Wind back to the 80s ready for the future; Terry Grimley finds his past catching up with him as Towards the Millennium reaches the 1980s. Grimley, Terry 860
Arts: Zubop bringing the world to smaller halls; ARTS IN BRIEF. 123
Athletics: Double top target inspires Hansen. 273
Athletics: Sex, beer and sprints. 211
Baby, what a way to celebrate the millennium. Bright, John 542
Biological weapons warning; Genetic spin-off may create arms for `ethnic cleansing'. Radowitz, John von 448
Blair ready to call shots against Serbs. 268
Bobbies back on beat as elite squads axed. 736
Business Digest. 108
Businessman drove his Jaguar at traffic warden. 218
Cell-death man was turned into zombie by Gulf War. 306
Centre chief in sex abuse case jailed. 213
Church attacks radio wedding; Serious business. 401
Clinton's lawyer in plea for fairness. 476
Comedian takes Baker's radio slot. 218
Cricket: Chairman quits Derby. 136
Cricket: Cork may rise again but not at Edgbaston; Paul Smith answers questions on the state of English cricket. Smith, Paul 694
Cricket: Pakistan ignore threats to test new-look India. 199
Cricket: Ranatunga inspires Sri Lanka to victory. 553
Cricket: Variations on theme deliver England goods for Hollioake. FIELD, From DAVID 678
Cricket: Warwickshire's success story has sting in tale. 539
Days of being in red are numbered. 274
Deluge brings good weather for ducks; More rain on the way in wettest January on record. 534
Egan quits Laura Ashley after six months. 371
Emotions a-buzz as bird flies to freedom. 296
Exotic vegetables cook up confusion for shoppers. Murphy, Eileen 283
Fast-growing companies are willing to sell out. 421
Film: Now Beatty takes the rap; Mike Davies looks at this week's cinema releases. Davies, Mike 1470
Football: Albion may break bank for Hughes; Smith keen on grabbing goal king's namesake. 445
Football: Bescot fans hold key to Graydon's revenge bid. 302
Football: Blues draw up plans for major hotel. 245
Football: Fit-again promotion hopefuls pinpointing comeback target. 492
Football: Hoddle cheered as supporters give backing. 713
Football: Wolves fighting off transfer double talk. 431
Four die as low-flying RAF jet rips into Cessna. 407
Fury at `National Front' song in assembly. 580
Fury at plan to meet IRA men's families. 534
Girl fails to save worst school in land. 166
Glitter in the shade for new court hearing. 153
Golf: Mouland makes hay before Stellenbosch sun shines. 584
Good will may be nice earner in retirement. 194
GP's instant advice is now just one phone call away. 1386
Hitting those too poor to pay tax. Kirkbride, Julie 610
Honouring the Midland warriors of Rorke's Drift; As 139 British soldiers held out against a Zulu force of thousands, 11 VCs were won. Jason Beattie reports on an emotional anniversary. Beattie, Jason 459
Hopes fade for missing girls. 387
Howe's warning over MEPs. 254
I will be back, says mountain-fall woman. 569
Inmate can sue over prison attack. 273
Insider: Struggling First Leisure needs to get back into shape quickly. 690
Jaguar helps drive Ford to strong final quarter. 335
January proves to be a lucky month for Sears. 376
Jobs blow for disabled workers; Anger and disbelief as Rover 'does a U-turn' and plans to shut gearbox plant. 504
King Edward teams snap at the heels of Ellesmere. 495
L&G in the vanguard as pensions take off. 327
Laing takes over Chiltern for pounds 6m. 128
Last Night: Plenty to digest in latest research. Davies, Mike 291
Leading Article: Ashdown's legacy. 536
Lecturer faces six more weeks of prison agony. 419
Legal eagles take flight. 131
Let businesses breathe, says lawyer. 580
Letter: A bigger deception than any lost cash. 2080
Letter: Letter righting. 210
Lib Dem MPs silent over race to succeed Ashdown. 342
Lookers sales hit by testing conditions. 144
Loophole closed over double compensation. 291
Lord Shalford - to the manor born or an imposter? 228
Man denies killing midget. 211
Mandelson tipped for role in ANC campaign. 240
Market Reports: Seesawing telecom companies hit by wave of profit taking. 449
Menzies sheds jobs in bid to turn around business. 445
Midland Digest. 367
Millennium awards as Blair says thanks. 277
Minister rejects accounts attack. 117
Mirror rejects offer and calls for talks. 200
More saving for the grey days. 514
Motoring: Forget the pension book and trilby. Russon, Chris 579
Mystery of girl drugged and strangled in her home. 463
Olympics: Britain backs drive for IOC's overhaul. 395
Overtime plans as Peugeot 206 accelerates. 371
Parents pledge battle over school closures. 454
Pinochet not immune, says Amnesty. 178
Police arrest two over pounds 1.2m haul of cannabis. 217
Politician and trade unionist helped make Labour electable; OBITUARY. 381
Post Script. 80
Post Script. 151
pounds 40m postal plant breaks down. 163
Property: A quality home of the old school; NEW HOMES. 256
Property: Converted jailhouse rocks with character. 982
Property: New attractions from Crosby. 242
Protest over open-cast coal-mine plans. 187
Racing: Hide to glitter in Ascot gloom. 461
Restaurant's starving tigers ate their keeper. 115
Revenue figures add to confusion. 209
Review: Strange but involving Blue Kettle of fish; Blue Heart Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry. Grimley, Terry 270
Revlon king says his daughter can live on $3 a day. 605
Rugby Union: Coventry hold key to Worcester's title race; The Premiership Two promotion issue has been perceived all season as a race between Bristol and Worcester and little has happened to change the popular train of thought, writes MICHAEL BLAIR. Blair, Michael 441
Rugby Union: Moseley add spark of youth to search for winning recipe. 611
Rugby Union: RFU await fine with one eye on balancing the books. 606
Rugby Union: Spartans put up with their punishment. 244
Sainsbury to oversee modified food policy. 384
Save up for your material wealth. Dodd, Ros 643
Serious business, marriage; A wedding ceremony is much more than simply signing a piece of paper, says Ros Dodd. Dodd, Ross 782
Service sector feels the strain as sales growth faces slump. 333
Sir Simon pays his own tribute. 154
Sparking change. 112
Sports Digest. 399
Stalwart Bird resigns as political life loses its shine. 558
Sun shines yet again for travel industry. 238
Tax specialist quits to set up his own practice. 271
Telephone caller set on fire after dispute. 531
Tennis: Leaden Rusedski finds no way back against Goldstein returns. GARROD, From MARK 1018
THEME FOR THE DAY. 411
Thief jailed after victim spots him on Richard and Judy show. Howe, Melvyn 488
Trial for factory worker on disco girl murder charge. 108
University teachers' union in pay threat. 331
Viagra on NHS as Dobson is forced into climbdown. Gray, Chris 457
W&D raises the stakes in bitter battle for Marston. 573
Watchdog called in as boy's condition goes undetected. 194
Woman discharged from jury for using her mobile phone. 438
Wrong diagnosis inquiry. 92

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