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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 14, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'First torpedo' fished up. 134
Agony ends as jet-ski death woman is free to fly home. Milmo, Cahal 651
Airbus buoyed by Dasa-Casa merger. Duckers, John 337
Airport bosses play down strike fears. Keely, Alistair 345
Aitken puts brave face on prison life. William, Helen 616
Arts in brief: New names on a short list. 355
Arts: The deadly serious business of comedy; Alison Jones meets two television heroes currently treading the boards. Jones, Alison 1424
At least three killed as Allies face Kosovo shoot-outs. 469
Athletics: Americans triumph at Bournbrook meet. Rawson, Mike 362
Athletics: European Cup blow for unhappy Lewis. 320
Back to work fears over e-mail virus. Meyerson, Bruce 249
BAe popularity stakes. 160
Balkans Conflict: Allies flood into city of gunfire; Troops take control of troubled capital. Roberts, Bob 671
Balkans Conflict: Belgraders find new habits die hard as they learn to live again in shell of a city. 494
Balkans Conflict: Blockade forces rethink over Russian zone. 232
Balkans Conflict: Brigadier's T-shirt tirade at roadblock. Parker, Nick 353
Balkans Conflict: Business follows on heels of military. 244
Balkans Conflict: Cartwheels and flowers in a looted landscape. 610
Balkans Conflict: First refugees begin to make way home. Richardson, Alex 468
Balkans Conflict: Forensic team's quest for justice. 94
Balkans Conflict: Formidable fighting array will police deal. 163
Balkans Conflict: Robertson hails liberation `success'. 512
Balkans Conflict: Russians win Serb praise. 157
Balkans Conflict: Serb policeman's shot at paras was a fatal mistake. Benson, Ross 699
Balkans Conflict: Tractors join tanks as civilians flee province. Charles, Deborah 447
Balkans Conflict: US happy with pace of army withdrawal. 194
Bat recovers from bullet. 119
Birmingham Post Comment: Showdown in Pristina. 545
Bitter rivals set for war and peace. Cameron-moore, Simon 367
Blair risks backbench revolt over hostels plan for young single mothers. 399
BNRR eco-warriors in 'let us pray' protest. Brady, Emma 442
Bowls: Proud George show heart of champions. Wakelam, Mike 334
Boy dies in cycle tragedy. 624
Bread of Heaven leaves Lucy with bitter taste. Keely, Alistair 519
Britain says no to euro; Triumph for Tories as sceptical stance pays off. Gray, Chris 877
Briton facing spying claim. 113
Brother's anguish as nanny awaits verdict over death of child. 373
Brown 'in love with the City'. 188
Charity abseil plunge corporal up on the roof again. Aitchison, Neil 287
Children's new heart operation goes to wire. Medical, JON HUNT 610
City Diary. 213
City View: Why Blair must count cost of war. Dresser, Guy 522
Clinton and Yeltsin in showdown talks. 199
Coming up on the rails...; It's the season to see and be seen. Alison Jones picks the outfits that will get you noticed. Jones, Alison 395
Cricket Captain Courage rescues Aussies. Clough, David 859
Cricket Talk: Wet-nursed England in dire need of hard lesson. Bannister, Jack 952
Cricket World Cup: Inspired Twose lifting Kiwis up to level best. Hodgson, Myles 870
Cricket World Cup: No decision on Ranatunga's future. 169
Cricket World Cup: Waugh machine breathing life into Australian hearts. Cricket, JACK BANNISTER 1106
Cricket: Bowler and Holloway lead the way. 177
Cricket: Champions still reign amid downpour. 186
Cricket: Determined Foxes find their form. 160
Cricket: Di Venuto leads Sussex on cruise. 157
Cricket: Durham's joy deflates Worcester. 315
Cricket: England deny sacking Stewart. Hodgson, Myles 1490
Cricket: Frustrated Flintoff takes it out on slumping Bears. Scott, Ged 695
Cricket: Gloucester take derby win bonus. 176
Cricket: Harborne keeping foot on gas; FIRST DIVISION REVIEW. Mohamed, Waqar 407
Cricket: Kent helped to safety by seaside rain. 171
Cricket: Lampitt on song again to turn tide for Stour; PREMIER DIVISION REVIEW. 412
Cricket: Lichfield edge home despite Edmunds' best efforts; SECOND DIVISION REVIEW. Scott, Ged 256
Cricket: Patel steps in to ruin Essex hopes. 176
Cricket: Shropshire pair on run spree over Oxfordshire; MINOR COUNTIES REVIEW. Berry, Mike 437
Cricket: Suffering continues for Stewart. 156
Cricket: Vaughan tightens Yorkshire's grip in National League race. 309
Cricket: Young Warren is stopped in tracks by umpire's ruling. Scott, Ged 508
Crying foul over doggone poopers. 159
Dallaglio's fury at new drug claims. 203
Disc jockey attacked with hammer in gunpoint raid. 560
DNA tests fail to catch murderer. 160
Drive for mutuals is `key to Britain's future'. Duckers, John 367
Eco-warriors take to trees in 'let us pray' road protest. Brady, Emma 355
Equestrianism: Leslie lays down Law over fences. 211
Euro 99 Elections: Chirac pummelled as Euro-sceptics triumph. 1035
Euro 99 Elections: Dash of glamour amid continent gripped by apathy. 600
Euro 99 Elections: Finland - Downhill run for ski champion and rally driver. 422
Euro 99 Elections: Greens gain at Kok's expense. 94
Euro 99 Elections: How three main parties fared in local constituencies. 440
Euro 99 Elections: Millions with chance to elect chamber of 626. 431
Euro 99 Elections: Parliament fails to win hearts of the people. McEVOY, JANET 276
Euro 99 Elections: Poll boost for Sinn Fein. 184
Euro 99 Elections: Socialists face loss of top slot as continent swings to the right. Sathiah, Anna 676
Euro 99 Elections: Tory joy at return to heartland; Traditional areas of support won back from Labour. Ede, Charisse; Summers, Deborah 548
Euro 99 Elections: Triumph for Tories; Opposition parties score election victories across Europe. Gray, Chris 785
Euro 99 Elections: West Midlands - Cheers as Tories win back their heartland. Ede, Charisse; Summers, Deborah 579
Euro 99 Elections:Belgium - Premier Dehaene to go. 209
Everybody's free (including Bishops) to enjoy sunscreen. Breslin, Maria 313
Factory and school hit by arson attacks. 216
Finola Lynch column: The myths of marital harmony. Lynch, Finola 644
Football: Boro fans fear England recall a step too far for Gascoigne. Spellman, Damian 502
Football: Gould ready to sharpen Blades for return to club game. Scott, Ged 392
Football: Laudrup decision due as Ibrox hoves into view. 350
Football: Parkhead's vision has Stubbs in tight spot. 289
Free hotel accommodation. 400
Friends star ties the knot. 87
George Bush junior begins presidential campaign. 107
Golf: Eagle flies away from sad Davies. 286
Golf: Nearly man Jones breaks mould to take Open honours; JERSEY SENIORS OPEN. 326
Golf: Rambling Rose hits the money trail at last. 321
Golf: Sandelin's triumph is capped by Ryder spot. Welch, Gerald 626
Historic books recovered. 83
Hockey: Australian women march on. 245
How the Bloxwich factor influenced the election; In the Walsall North constituency, just 12.9 of the electorate bothered to vote in the European elections. Ross Reyburn visits Bloxwich to find out why. Reyburn, Ross 1081
I am bisexual, admits Ron Davies; 'Saddened' MP accuses reporters of entrapment. Hickman, Martin 619
I'm very different from Diana says Sophie. Walker, Peter 763
Inspectors harmful to schools, say teachers. Miles, Tim 335
Legless man's Alps climb. 114
Lenny's sailing show becalmed. 227
Letters Flying the flag for real regions. 249
Letters: Blair's luvvies are less than a class act. 1746
Man held over Claire killing. 92
Media Post: 10 agency re-groups for future. 293
Media Post: Directors join forces at the new-look DG2. 256
Media Post: JOA aims to smooth path for Tarmac. 196
Media Post: Let's do lunch - Your answer lies in the newspaper Tasmin. Jacobs, Kurt 720
Media Post: Mass transfers to Ellis' paper; CIN staff defect to rival publication set to be more than just sports news. Media, KURT JACOBS 456
Media Post: MEB man seeking solo spark. Shaw, Jane 287
Men today - under stress overweight and bad in bed. Radowitz, John von 653
Motor Racing: Canadian Grand Prix - Hakkinen wins crunch encounter. Gordon, Ian 949
Motor Racing: Canadian Grand Prix - How they finished. 193
Motor Racing: Coulthard's fury at Irvine. 235
Motor Racing: Le Mans - Martini the right one for BMW. 397
Motor Racing: Mosley denies F1 is boring. 214
Motorcycling: Fogarty in cruise for 200th race. 197
Mourners attack Haiti PM. 96
Murder hunt launched after man's battered body found. 84
Passengers in new rail against unreliable train firms. 264
Pollution shock. 81
Pope returns to site of Solidarity speech. 243
Post Script. 83
Post Script. 93
Producing socially incompetent leaders of society; Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie accuses the Oxbridge system as an excuse to pamper the elite and an opportunity to reinforce basic prejudices. Beattie, Jason 582
Pupils deliver thief alert. 131
Racing: Housemaster on course for Royal Ascot showdown. Till, Steven 408
Rallying: Triumphant Laukkanen turns to title. 243
Review: Affable trouper rides the range; Glen Tilbrook Hare & Hounds, Coventry. Adams, Steve 271
Review: Denise gossip and all the hits; Jamiroquai NEC. Hallard, Roberta 219
Review: Gershwin with zest and style; CBSO Symphony Hall. Morley, Christopher 242
Review: Healthy mentality and ability; Tulipan Mac Arena, Cannon Hill Park. Longley, Martin 236
Review: Judging differing strengths; The Robert William and Florence Amy Brant Piano Competition CBSO Centre. Mackney, Clare 226
Rock star challenged to do council job for day. Aitchison, Neil 379
Rugby Union: O'Shea crunch leaves devastated Irish lost for words; Australia 46 Ireland 10. Baldock, Andrew 535
Rugby Union: Scotland see clear tour aims. Cooper, Terry 449
Rugby Union: Wales get to heart of matter for series win; Argentina 16 Wales 23. Edwards, Geraint 693
Sex cases not a factor - archbishop. 310
Socialite Tara tells of fight to beat drugs. Allison, Rebecca 265
Speedway: Gjedde ready to give Wolves new boost. Pearson, Nigel 485
Sports Digest. 339
Sports Talk. 1651
Swimming: American ends Rolph's run. 350
Television: Successfull arrogance and blind to all risk. Davies, Mike 290
Tennis: French pair serve up classic fare. Ward, Michael 793
Tennis: Henman in groove for Wimbledon challenge. Silver, Neil 1016
Tennis: Novotna concedes Eastbourne crown. Barlow, Matt 282
Tennis: Rusedski pulls into Nottingham for final tune-up on service game. Pierce, Bill 538
Tennis: Tauziat gives serious thought to Wimbledon title challenge. Ward, Michael 336
The heavy question mark over light rail. Hemming, John 601
Thousands join human chain in protest at crippling Third World debt. 297
Three rivals line up in cable merger. City, GUY DRESSER 477
Trimble calls for realism in peace talks. Cowan, Rosie 194
US companies flood Britain. 81
US firm is next stop on Stagecoach itinerary. 304
Well, well, oil rights up for grabs at last. 202
Widow killed for pension. 192
Wright man to take over freedom bill. Gray, Chris 452

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