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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 7, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'Full of jokes and laughter'. 177
A real working marriage. 1319
A Royal marriage that's made to last? 603
Airline food far from a la carte, says Ronay. 265
Anger over radio station's Blind Date-style wedding. 470
Battle set to be named chief of chamber. 199
Boost for beef as suckler cow producers win EU cash. 479
BOXING 'Seconds out' looms for Tyson's terrible career; Ged Scott says the feared champion's new outburst ought to count him out of the sport for good. Scott, Ged 870
Brenda's big chance is a fine turn for the worse; Mike Davies has a Little chat with acclaimed actress Brenda Blethyn. Davies, Mike 1080
Bulls' rampage puts City on heat; Inflation may really be on the back burner for a while. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 389
Businessman jailed over European grants scam. 405
Cabbies plan 'colour' rally. 113
Cairns ton puts Kiwis on way to series win. 228
Call for reform of CAP as Brown launches investigation into farming. 397
Can Blur find the right cure in time? Hastilow, Nigel 705
Chamber to go Down Under in search of Olympic glory. 518
Check-mate soul-mate cell-mate. 324
Cher sets Harrods' tills ringing. 293
Cot death used to cover up abuse. RADOWITZ, JOHN von 204
Coventry BS sends the carpet-baggers packing. 165
CRICKET Warwicks shortfall justified by Amiss. 470
Cricketing businessman quizzed in VAT inquiry. 311
Cronje's thoughts on famous five in a row. 359
Daimler BAe deal 'stuck on the runway'. 177
Dakar rally picture. 87
DARTS Superb Baxter arrows his way ruthlessly past devastated Painter. 293
Disappointing response in hunt for Nicola's killer. 325
Donald set to sign new Bears deal. 244
Dream line-up for RSC's run of summer season productions; Terry Grimley previews the Royal Shakspeare Company's plans for summer in Stratford-upon-Avon. Grimley, Terry 485
Dress 'will be modern'. 151
EC stops rot by extending potato law. 197
Ex-PoWs lobby Cook as he meets minister. 321
FA on level playing field over 2006 bid. 701
Family's crowning glory after move to pastures new. 457
Fans rush to fill seats in Blues' new stand. 522
FLY TO AMSTERDAM FROM JUST pounds 69. 1271
FOOTBALL FA sticking by their sanctions on foul play. 292
Footsie soars to bring New Year cheer; MARKET REPORTS. 509
Four years for driver who killed and ran off. 177
French court jails vice ring photographer for five years. 171
From quiet Kent village to rambling mansion. 811
Go down to the woods for a big surprise. 241
Gooch driving hard bargain. Cricket, From MYLES HODGSON 984
Government warned over extra costs imposed by pesticide tax. 397
Gulf War ruled out as cause of man's death. 165
HALF-PRICE COTTAGE HOLIDAYS. 374
Hellos and goodbyes in South Africa. 234
Hepworth takes slice of Naylor for pounds 1.54m. 180
How our opinions have changed in six years. 190
Hundreds gather to mourn Sally. Hunter, Paul 394
Incepta buy increases corporate operations. 251
Jaguar and Rover star as sales roar ahead. 462
Jazz piano star who triumphed over disease; Terry Grimley looks back at the life of Michel Petrucciani. Grimley, Terry 491
Jealous teacher was 'embarrassed' by violent attack. Farmer, Brian 389
Jobs hope in Asian mega-merger; Welcome in the hillsides for new South Korean conglomerate. 379
Knowing me, knowing flu. 526
Labour councillor quits over 'union dictatorship' claims. 250
Lorry driver denies part in strawberries drugs scam. 324
Loyalist group claims sports club bombing. 213
Man who killed wife 'was cold and logical murderer'. 323
Managing to make staff sick. 1088
Metal skills fail to impress anymore. 320
Mice buys 150-year-old German firm. 187
More hospitals use lorries for morgues. 338
Morgan Grenfell chief agrees to reprimand after breach of rules. 320
Move to end smacking of children. 165
MPs asked to holiday in Wales. 88
Neglect ruining our historical gem. 765
Neighbour found friend's body in cupboard. Harvey, Melanie 404
NFU makes it Mutually rewarding. 201
No defence for MoD's buying policy. 174
Octuplet mother bailed as fraud case is adjourned. 698
On dusty road to rally glory. 86
Partnership with Brown built to last says Blair. 516
Passengers stranded by scheduled flights. 320
Plaza goes mega on cinema front. 105
pounds 100m tonic for Tarmac. 96
pounds 7.3m to put the cream into dairy firm. 115
Praise from prostitute. 100
Prince with mind of his own. 408
Pub chain says 'cheers' as sales rise. 150
Recipe for success in fight against pig crisis. 257
Recruits are left baffled by bosses' gobbledegook. 410
Retail rents go through roof. 253
Retailers hard pressed to follow Next's suit. 483
Richardson rap for Sky Blue moaners. Milledge, Adrian 320
Ring breaks a tradition. 221
RUGBY UNION Ambitious Worcester out to stop Gloucester bandwagon. 656
Salmson on the move in dash for growth. 268
Santer admits flaws but remains defiant on resignation. 222
Scientists solve puzzle of hormone alarm clock. RADOWITZ, JOHN von 269
Seeds of hope. 91
Seventies in fashion for modern business. 457
Shares slump as Allied chooses to go it alone. 422
Showcase bus shelters under threat. 268
Sir Paul in appearance to support potter daughter. 415
Soft landing saves 800ft-fall climber; 'Lucky lady' to suffer no permanent damage. Denholm, Andrew 514
Solicitor faces fraud inquiry. 151
Supply and demand. 542
Taking account of success in bosses' pay. 842
Taking stock of the maggots. 149
Telford vacancy could herald Allner's return to game. 136
TENNIS Comeback rush puts Henman in next round. 462
The girls and the gay taunts. 379
THEME FOR THE DAY. 3195
Top fitness firm to join Star City. 247
Top shares gain pounds 20bn in a day; Merger mania and interest rate hopes leave stock market near record high. 550
Tories in row over anti-gay think-tank. 179
Traffic warden handing out ticket is dragged along road. 270
Trainer's caution over Sheikh. 661
Tres de Mai starts off with flying colours. 91
Trial of a President set to open amid farce on the Hill. Bird, Simon 365
TV man 'lured young boys into sex, drink and drug sessions at his luxury home'. 460
UN's Butler denies spying for US in Iraq. 285
Using sex to win a TV ratings war; Viewers think channels show it just to boost their audience. Barnes, Anthony 730
Villa hit by Draper surgery setback. 337
Villa's Byfield in more hot water. 654
Violinist Kennedy turns the tables in pop deal with Sony. 372
Vodafone faces bidding war for US rival. 1091
Weather looking brighter to give Ladbroke all-clear. 283
Webster aims to drive up avenues of success. 851
Why GPs had a merrier Christmas. 525
Wolves desperate to cut through red tape around Flo deal. 482
X-RATED: THE WORLD ACCORDING TO TYSON. 205
Zero-tolerance judge who claimed end to vandalism; Outspoken legal pioneer Michael Argyle dies, aged 83 The sayings of Judge Argyle Get out and go back to Jamaica. To a black defendant. You have caught me on a good day because I became a grandfather this morning. To a woman he freed. You come from Derby, which is my part of the country. Now off you go and don't come before my court again. To a sex attacker. 668

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