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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 30, 1999)

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'Too little too late' in passports backlog. Moss, Lyndsay 482
A lighter look at guns. 128
Aggressive mother 'put teachers in fear'. 278
Aitken may be faced with work in pigsty. 235
Amateur Theatre: Stage hand steps into the limelight. Slim, John 523
Arts: Fast Eddie's mixed bag of music; The inspiration for the Eddie Palmieri sound comes from far and wide, says Martin Longley. Longley, Martin 521
Arts: Why Ken's not starving but still hungry; Having graduated from aspiring rock star to award-winning classical actor to screen hard-man, Ken Stott's next stop could be Hollywood, writes Mike Davies. Davies, Mike 1076
Athletics: Jackson passes up million-dollar chase in quest for world title. 318
Atomic secrets man jailed. 107
Baby 'almost shaken to death'. Aston, Paul 563
Balkans Conflict: British troops shoot armed man after threats. 195
Balkans Conflict: Conflict hits travel trade as British holidaymakers prefer to stay at home. Woodman, Peter 288
Balkans Conflict: Milosevic calls for bridge building; Reform pledges fails to stop protest rally. Bird, Simon 576
Balkans Conflict: Nato bombing 'no precedent' says Albright. 265
Balkans Conflict: Robertson highlights 'embarrassing' weakness of Europe. Kite, Melissa 354
Balkans Conflict: UN to return Muslim Slavs. 144
Balkans Conflict: Watchdog attacks delays over new weapons. Lyons, James 451
Balkans Conflict: Weapons handed in by rebels. 213
Basic instinct for Douglas. 151
Berkeley lords it as inner-city pioneers. 301
Birmingham Post Comment: Axe Labour's poll tax now. 556
Birthday man in stab agony. 131
Bodies of IRA victims found; Two sets of bones unearthed after 30-day police search. O'REILLY, RUTH 505
Brigade gets new badge. 117
BT passes milestone in pounds 6bn deal. 137
Business Digest. 426
Call to make gay sex in jail safe by giving free condoms. 231
Cannons will fire you with fitness fever. 550
Central off flight path as airport stays international. O'BRIEN, JAMES 535
City View: New technology, still the old story. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 359
Consumer credit rise is lowest for four years. 641
Court win for blind woman. 312
Cricket: Gloucester braced to keep up charge. 398
Cricket: Kapil Dev urges India to break ties with Pakistan. 704
Cricket: McMillan vows team have come of age. Hodgson, Myles 710
Cricket: Munton leads Warwicks bid as Moody returns for Worcester. Scott, Ged 483
Cricket: Parker stars for rampant Warwicks; SCHOOLS CRICKET. Hollinshead, Graeme 213
Cricket: Six-wicket Such at Lancashire's heels. 351
Cricket: Stewart rues rank 'injustice' England's one-day blunders cost job. Hodgson, Myles 699
Daily Mail splashes out for CIN and Admag. 134
David Smith 'could be vulnerable'. 222
Death sentence for Ocalan threatens Turks' EU goal. 668
Don't worry about duty-free bargains, cheaper prices in store. 478
Driver was half-cut in charge of lawnmower. 885
Duty-free treats - can it really be the end?; Finola Lynch laments the passing of duty-free sales within the EU, but discovers not all is lost. Lynch, Finola 1258
Farmer's doorstep delivery. 220
Farming out land may mean end of era. Keely, Alistair 442
Father of modern Antigua 'Papa' Bird dies. Moncrieff, Chris 182
Football: Collymore's chance to gain in Spain. Bishop, Rob 389
Football: FA focus on fixtures and fitting. Bradley, Mark 592
Football: Hale still hearty as rival presence felt. Bishop, Rob 405
Football: Lazio move claims are dismissed by Anelka's brother. 480
Football: Wide boy Daley ready to deliver. Bishop, Rob 268
Football: Wolves calling international rescue over fixture fiasco. Bishop, Rob 399
Girls beat up man in his home robbery. 719
Golf: James dallies over Ryder Cup role. 172
Gore speech rift denied by aides. 171
Hoaxed TV company to sue Sun. 192
House torn down after deadly gang rape. 434
How green is our city? Ede, Charisse 524
Impulsive living is simply something we do in vein. 479
India recaptures mountain strongholds. 272
Inner city life versus suburbia: an unfair contest; Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie takes a look at new proposals for urban renewal. Beattie, Jason 1097
Insider: Universal turns defence into attack by scrapping tarnished image. 777
Invasion fear as land is swallowed up. 334
Jacques Vert in fitting return to profitability. Jacobs, Kurt 304
Jersey European heading for sky-high success. Halstead, Ian 487
Jury in fatal Porsche smash fails to decide. Sheehan, John 641
Labour accused of fascism over stand on race laws. Gray, Chris 575
Letters: Motorists must say and pay. 1813
Lottery boost for ancient buildings. Summers, Deborah 270
Louise Woodward's parents charged with theft from fund. Breslin, Maria 548
Magistrate sent herself hate mail. 240
Market Report: Smaller companies hold their own. 355
Midlands digest. 419
Million jobs at risk if we do not join euro, warns business group. 616
Moira Martingale's World on Wednesday: Give 'em enough rope. Martingale, Moira 114
Moira Martingale's World on Wednesday: Here's the five century forecast. Martingale, Moira 223
Moira Martingale's World on Wednesday: Laying blame at mother's doorstep. Martingale, Moira 422
Moira Martingale's World on Wednesday: Male attraction on the spin cycle. Martingale, Moira 258
Moira Martingale's World on Wednesday: When a doctor's decision is final. Martingale, Moira 365
Motorsport: Dithering Damon threatens unsightly departure from Jordan. Gordon, Ian 575
No brake on profits for Automotive. O'BRIEN, JAMES 309
No snouts in the trough at Eliza Tinsley. 401
Orangemen had planned secret confrontation. 617
Origins of chocolate unwrapped by discovery exhibition. RADOWITZ, JOHN von 455
Pain in the rain for Henman. 184
Paris overtakes London in the cost stakes. 247
Pension stake for 'ignored' staff. 441
Pigs prove lean years are reason for anorexia nervosa. 471
Police begin search for man's best friend. 288
Policy panels an open and shut case. Summers, Deborah 284
Post Style: Consuming Passions - A talent to touch wood; Jo Ind meets Jim Cooper who is carving out a new career for himself in the traditional craft of woodwork. Ind, Jo 902
POST STYLE: FASHION - GOING FOR A SARONG; Don't pack that holiday suitcase without slotting in this summer's most versatile and useful fashion accessory, says Alison Jones. Jones, Alison 512
Post Style: Funseekers - Catch the festival fever this summer; If you need an incentive to get out and about over the summer, Flemming Emil Hansen finds the Midlands is bursting with festivals. Hansen, Flemming Emil 385
Post Style: Interiors - Great sights on the tiles; Tiles from all over the world are making their way to the Midlands. Jo Ind reports on the Fired Earth shop which has opened in Shrewsbury. Ind, Joe 821
Post Style: Interview Backstreet Boys - The boys are back in town; Not just pretty faces, Backstreet Boys' ambitions go beyond the confines of the group, but they won't be apart forever, they tell Phil Gould. Gould, Phil 851
Post Style: Jo Ind's Diary. 426
Post Style: Office Style - Sunshine super suits!; Jo Ind finds ways of staying cool at work while staying in the black at the bank. Ind, Jo 267
Post Style: Office Style - Work hard at playing the fool; Does your office need to change? Does your organisation need to improve its efficiency or boost staff morale? Maybe a little foolishness is just what is called for. Jo Ind reports. Ind, Jo 810
Post Style: Relax, unwind and save on a city leisure break. 247
Post Style: Table Talk - This one's for the ladies; The menu at Chandler's Grande Brasserie contains a few surprises, Alison Davison finds. Davison, Alison 1008
Post Style: What's New - New ray of sunshine. 497
Precoat's warning hits shares. 231
Pub chain pulls no punches in Allied fight. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 589
Racing: Channon and Hannon show keeps rolling. Veritas 330
Review: Rebel Harley still makes them smile; Steve Harley Ronnie Scott's. King, Stephen 276
Royal visit helps mark centenary of hospital. Kwatra, Anjali 343
Rugby Union: Gloucester lock up veteran All Black to two-year deal. 317
Rugby Union: Jones-Hughes in tug-of-war. 96
Rugby Union: Second reason for Weir to loathe old stamping ground; Mpumalanga 28 Scotland 15. 294
Small firms join war on parking tax. 304
Small Talk: Keep up your anti-virus guard to beat the bugs. Goodman, Fay 681
Spare the child and halt violence, say experts; Medical Correspondent Jon Hunt reports from the Royal College of Psychiatrists conference at the ICC. Hunt, Medical Jon 398
Stephen's death drove me over edge. 319
Surge in profits helps Debenham over 'blip'. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 438
Task force sees 'way ahead for cities'. Ede, Charisse 418
Tears of a clown for gentle Buster. 180
Tecs reach end of the line; Fears of confusion and power struggles. Jacobs, Kurt 511
Television: Facing up to living with death. Davies, Mike 287
Tennis: Weather gods rain on Henman parade. Tennis, MICHAEL WARD 890
Tennis: Wimbledon - When victory was all that mattered to immaterial girl; Reflections on a path to glory which started on the day the rain came Tennis Correspondent Michael Ward hears Ann Jones recall her 1969 victory over the legendary Billie Jean King. Ward, Michael 1165
The Midlands' incredible shrinking engineering industry. 505
The world according to Sid Langley. 752
Time to wake up, says CBI boss in wake of Longbridge. Duckers, John 620
Tipping a balance in favour of victims. Stuart, Gisela 645
Twelve Scrubs officers facing charges of assault on inmates. 231
Ulster D-day dawns as hopes rise. 231
Universal may have turned the corner. 258
Video clue in search for double rapist `military man'. 516
Walker has new fizz with move from Pepsi. Jacobs, Kurt 482
Webster's joint venture will save 90 jobs. 149
Why Blair's car is a crash-test dummy . . . 355
Why fund managers can only think big, not bargains; As overseas predators swoop again and again on under-valued Midland plcs, Guy Dresser asks when will the City wake up? Dresser, Guy 1665
Your Test match seat is waiting! 202

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