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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 21, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'Hypocrite' Cook in gagging row. 211
'Now we can be judged on merits'. Duckers, John 528
'Regime of terror and assault' at children's home. Aston, Paul 574
Abbatoirs fear night of the long knives. 305
Aids patient can stay. 80
Allied Domecq pub deal approval comes complete with Punch. 279
Amateur Theatre: Norbury Theatre is alive and well. Slim, John 660
Arafat rejects US-Israeli timetable for Middle Eastern peace. 253
Arthur Shaw sounds new warning. 257
ATHLETICS Cadogan in anger over drugs claim. 248
Athletics: World-class sprint pair lock horns. 277
Baby daughter for Caroline. 80
Back in black after lightening Loades. 237
Balancing parking burdens and advantages; Brian Woods-Scawen outlines the terms on which city businesses would accept workplace parking. Woods-Scawen, Brian 988
BG reveals pounds 5bn development in pipeline. 254
Blue Circle in Philippines deal. 113
BOXING Trainer Ingle defends gym attack. Staniforth, Mark 316
Boy, 2, hooked on tobacco. 120
British are brought to book for love of swearing. 317
Capacity increase set in concrete. 452
Cash shortage keeps innocent in jail. Worrall, Boris 515
CBI members back Blair over joining euro. Lindsay, Robert 372
Charity giving is drying up. 143
Cheap heart drug brings hope to thousands. 395
Children face chewing tobacco ban. Revill, John 342
City View: True horror of ruined currency; Kitchen gardens are cultivated with a zeal that became rare in allotments 20 years ago. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 516
COMMENT Don't be silent on hospital issue. Stuart, Gisela 649
Coroner's fears after hanging death in cell. 217
Council to get rid of costly, rundown houses. Luck, Deborah 214
CRICKET England sweating on Gough; Pace star faces Test misery. Field, David 697
Cricket: Confident Adams in mood to raise modest country profile; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP FOCUS. 479
Cricket: Hick proves true knight in shining armour; At New Road: Worcestershire (250 for six) beat Leicestershire (248) by two runs. Bannister, Jack 1000
Cricket: Parker seals area final spot for county U-15s; SCHOOLS CRICKET. Hollinshead, Graeme 207
Cricket: Sales revives Northants with century. 334
Cricket: Warwicks see Surrey as benchmark for title. Scott, Ged 303
Crimestoppers mobile fear. 97
Cypriot woes and joys. 163
Dallaglio now England's only doubt for World Cup. 532
Debenhams counters a fall-off at the sales. Lindsay, Robert 465
Debenhams' own brand policy boosting High Street position. 752
Delay may have killed Kennedy; Officials ignored first report for four hours. Harold, Ruth 471
Delight as nanny wins battle over extradition. 683
Dentists' oral blast for tongue piercing fad. 199
Doctor denies raping teenager. Tolputt, Harriet 303
Dream team hunt goes on and on. 149
Driving down prices 'will not cost jobs'. Wood, Martin 459
Earnings boost for GM. 139
East Midlands Airport flying high. 194
Eclipse highlights monumental risks. Allen, Nick 286
Ernst & Young rescuers pay for own success. 176
FASHION CROFT ORIGINAL; Marks & Spencer are courting success on the swimwear front by recruiting Annabel Croft to the cause, writes Alison Jones. Jones, Alison 398
Fears for Major's son after became public fall guy. 433
Finding beauty in movie evil; A new book by a Birmingham author compares a controversial Hollywood thriller with King Lear. Terry Grimley investigates. Grimley, Terry 695
FOOTBALL Bull ready for life out to grass; Ged Scott wonders what happens next for the Molineux hero forced to the sidelines by injury. Scott, Ged 863
Football knight Fergie dons full kilt. Archer, Peter 529
Football: Blues eye Jamaican Lawrence. 281
Football: Collymore up for run back to top. 442
Football: Gregory's pounds 6 m foreign policy; Boateng and Ghrayib boost `English' Villa. Scott, Ged 933
Football: Maltese will get cross if Barry win. 174
Football: Yorath blasts Welsh 'stuck in dark ages'. 606
Foreign lifeline for regional industry. Jacobs, Kurt 365
Fury as car park plan moves closer. Revill, John 233
GOLF Woods' eagle stops Nordic win. 343
Hallowe'en rape accused says girl agreed to sex. 242
Hamish back on form; Hamish Stuart Ronnie Scott's. King, Stephen 266
Head calls for tougher laws over siege pupils. Worrall, Boris 458
Heston slams stage fright of top film stars. Brady, Emma 637
Hillary's slap for `stupid' Clinton. Bird, Simon 191
Hillsborough police chiefs to face manslaughter trial. 529
Honours for first men on Moon. 170
Hotel worker's horror at racial abuse from staff and VIP. 265
Ice man cometh for Wall's. O'BRIEN, JAMES 702
Jets set new safety record. 113
Jilted lover `made up story about GP's beatings'. Watson, Paul 438
Judge says no to chemists inside supermarkets. 81
King relaxes mob-handed. 121
Kinnock hits out at pounds 250m European Parliament. Linden, Martha; Meade, Geoff 380
LDV still backing Daewoo. 122
Legal party drug kills father; Home Office plans to ban Flatliner. Hopkins, Gary; Worrall, Boris 551
Letter from Accra: Upwardly-mobile royals in death-struggle with past ACCRA. Dadson, Amba 348
Letter: And briefly. . . 925
Letter: Your story undermines me. 381
Lorry protest to fuel chaos. Milmo, Cahal 137
Luxury leisure break savings. 350
Man 'lost Severn Trent job because of his sex'. 221
Many personalities of women with a drink. 186
MD cleared of pounds 70,000 pension scheme fraud. 385
Mitchell called in to resurrect peace talks. 303
Monopoly on snide jokes. Martingdales, Moira 82
Montgomery planning bid for Mirror. 236
Mortgage lending soars to record high. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 441
Motor ahead without consent. 1846
Mourning a friend of song. 262
MP fights his corner in shopkeepers' metric war; I just cannot see why small corner shops should be turned into criminals for using as their measurement of first choice pounds, ounces and pints. Mr Peter Luff. Gray, Chris 411
MPs rebel over 'tax on jobs'. Gray, Chris 831
My life was ruined by a Tesco mushroom. 384
NEC cashes in on Dana and detente; Major exhibitions bring first profit. Jacobs, Kurt 540
New drug is shot in the arm for SKB. Duckers, John 479
New inquiry over energy price rigging. 481
New study into food bugs. 85
No bars to a walk on Mars. Keely, Alistair 341
Not a spindly leg to stand on, Mr Jagger. Martingdales, Moira 216
One clan the world could well do without. Martingdales, Moira 792
One is not amused by tipsy corgis. Walker, Peter 164
Packing services link up. 201
Pampers man takes over at Reed. 176
Piglet tail-docking `cruelty'. 82
Police in bid to close pub after drinkers' violence. 711
Policy masters. 190
Post Files. 641
Post Script. 121
Post Script. 98
Post Style: BASIC INSTINCT; Are you deep or do you have a vivid personality? Or do you think of yourself as more of a natural? David Evans explains how to find the right colours for you. Evans, David 988
Post Style: Board the Bard express. 388
Post Style: CONSUMING PASSIONS Talk about an evolution; There is more to the Evolution gift shop than meets the eye. Jo Ind finds out what lies behind the store selling a blow-up plastic heart and furry leopardskin waste paper baskets. Ind, Jo 857
Post Style: Jo Ind's Diary. 460
Post Style: Slow down, you move too fast; There is an illness which is to the 90s what so-called Yuppie Flu was to the 80s. Hurry sickness is a sign of office stress, reports Jo Ind. Ind, Jo 877
Post Style: Sync or swim in the boy band universe. 834
Post Style: TABLE TALK Cottage industry and artistry; If you go down to the wood today you're in for a treat - a feast for the eyes and the palate, says Alison Davison. Davison, Alison 1151
Post Style: The best things in life are Capri; WORKING WARDROBE - STYLISH LOOKS FOR THE OFFICE For staying cool during the summer months, there is a working woman's compromise somewhere between trousers and shorts, says Jo Ind. Ind, Jo 221
Post Style: The World According to Sid Langley. 736
Post Style: WHAT'S NEW Get to grips with grime. 556
Prescott sticking to guns over transport policy. Kite, Melissa 471
Pressac rings up orders. 195
Prince's Trust volunteer dies swimming lake. 311
Probation for mother who let baby die. 241
Racing: Sagamix out of Diamond Ascot clash. 172
Racing: Sanguine's way to prove worth. Veritas 421
Restrict Jamaicans, urge Tories. Kite, Melissa 270
Reuters looks to future after profit growth. 466
Rover transport section in peril. 91
RUGBY UNION Cooke the support player for Cusworth. 703
Rugby Union: Major clubs backing for new set-up. Cooper, Terry 476
Shares dive as profit takers hit key sectors. 684
Shooing away the culture vultures. Martingdales, Moira 164
Shuttle lift-off aborted after gas leak scare. Brook, Damien 432
Small Talk: Small firms will bear brunt of proposed tax reforms. Goodman, Fay 760
Snake eats boy's hamster. Allen, Nick 117
Special needs children lose taxi service. 243
Spin doctor in libel award. 174
Squatter is allowed to keep house. William, Helen; Milmo, Cahal 241
Staffs bubbling along thanks to five-wicket Bulpitt haul. 753
Strong pound sends car production into reverse. 258
Ten arrested over cigarettes haul. 191
Tennis ace Henman serves up marriage proposal. 101
The motorist's champion? 536
The truth behind smoke screen. 294
The TV star who's no crash test dummy; Ubiquitous TV presenter Carol Vorderman may be the woman with the indestructible career but her props for new series Tested to Destruction are not so fortunate. Graham Keal reports. Keal, Graham 708
Tired doctors `a risk to patients' `Surgeons likely to let standards slip'. Frith, Maxine 453
TOUR DE FRANCE Delighted Escartin climbs closer to lead. 655
Treasury consultation welcomed. 288
Twin settles out of court with brother who sacked him. Paterson, Graeme 189
Valor hit by shops' closure. 134
Vandals wreck pupils' wildlife project. 680
Wait for verdict in crossing tragedy. 697
Warning over `shortfall' in trainee teachers. Miles, Tim 327
Welsh chef loses appeal. Howard, Stephen 209
Why Blair is stuck in traffic; John Prescott's transport policy is stalled and motorists are paying for the delay, says Chris Gray. Gray, Chris 743
Why Charles just had to get sniffy. Martingdales, Moira 116
Wife of foam cups heir loses divorce claim. 215
Windfalls from Canada Life. 159

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