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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 9, 1999)

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[3] Midland News Digest. 721
Airtours likely to let First Choice bid lapse. 253
Aitken pays for stay at Ritz. Ross, Anne Marie 886
Amberley rises to the challenge. 200
Aspects: Father's day comes too late for Hannibal. 547
Aspects: Just press the button. 155
Aspects: Let young men think of health and breasts. 180
Aspects: Prince Charles raises a GM royal. 112
Aspects: The prince and the It girl. 237
Aspects: Weeping for child of times. 162
Athletics: Jones' sights set on Flo-Jo 100m record. 234
BA in second false alarm. 203
Balkans Conflict: Hell for leather into shoe factory of war; In the shadowlands . . . UK soldiers set off for the East. Milmo, Cahal 592
Balkans Conflict: How medics will cope with task. 290
Balkans Conflict: Hundreds of thousands need assistance as fighting escalates in Kosovo. 453
Balkans Conflict: Jumbo task as troops fly out from city airport. 317
Balkans Conflict: KLA pledges not to attack retreating forces. Wright, Jonathan 422
Balkans Conflict: Minister firm over Nato role. 271
Balkans Conflict: Paras expected to clear way for armour. Roberts, Bob 388
Balkans Conflict: Serb prison chief held by UN. 115
Bangers and crash as used car values plummet again. O'BRIEN, JAMES 251
Banker jailed over credit card scam. 259
BBC denies libel of Mori. 86
Biotech settles difference with Millar. 129
Bomb find prompts call to review ceasefire. Cowan, Rosie 449
Boxer blames brain injury on lack of care after bout. Gordon, Cathy 624
BT exchange failure halts 999 calls. 195
Business leaders urged to join fight against drugs. Worrall, Boris 261
Cadbury Schweppes dealt another regulatory setback. 195
Call for clear signal on car-parking tax. 173
Charities get to heart of the matter. 128
Chef Ramsay arrested. 81
Cinergy chief denies rift over Midland. 362
City view: Bugged by panic over Millennium. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 378
Colleagues mourn raft horror man; Council environment officer sucked to his death. Darroch, Gordon 419
Colliery to receive rich seam of heritage cash. 334
Comment: How are the mighty fallen. 551
Comment: The short road from soap opera to soap box; Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie follows a Michael Cashman election walkabout. Beattie, Jason 1153
Comment: The two futures facing Britain. Stuart, Gisela 605
Comment: What people think about the European elections. 460
Continuity proves key to profits for Synstar. Dresser, Guy 383
Costly promotions not to food industry's taste. Dresser, Guy 413
Cricket: Captains cheered by sparkling day at Old Trafford. Field, David 528
Cricket: Houghton holds out hope of ending Aussie hoodoo. 587
Cricket: India clinging to faint vision of glory; At Old Trafford: India (227 for six) beat Pakistan (180) by 47 runs. Bannister, Jack 1221
Cricket: Piper out of tune for Warwickshire; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 304
Cricket: Tourists show fine form; SCHOOLS CRICKET. 178
Cricket: Watching brief for committed Botham. 327
Curtain goes up on drama for European parliament. Gray, Chris 351
Defence rests case for British woman. 90
Doctor rejects accusations of 'very upset and angry' woman. 329
Electrocomponents adds US firm to global web. Shaw, Jane 404
European parliament: The candidates. 576
Everything covered by plans for the future. 243
Exhausted cadet 'was walking like a puppet'. Jankievicz, Adam 320
Farmer 'knew his killer bull was dangerous'. 302
First step to Cabinet style of government. 155
Football: Brown's mission to upset Czech party; CZECH REPUBLIC v SCOTLAND. Gaunt, Ken 453
Football: Cort's salute to outgoing Taylor; Bulgaria 0 England 1. Curtis, John 275
Football: Curle contract puzzler. 155
Football: Francis magnetism strengthening Blues bid for Sheringham. Bishop, Rob 465
Football: Hawthorns rebels busy talking up Thompson's credentials. Ward, Michael 659
Football: McCarthy fires off warning signals; REPUBLIC OF IRELAND v MACEDONIA. Pierce, Bill 437
Football: Petit told to prove point over drugs. 204
Football: Savo double seals win for Yugoslavia; EURO 2000 REVIEW. 389
Football: Schmeichel backs Hughes for hot-seat; WALES v DENMARK. Walker, Paul 464
Football: Southgate back in Sofia shake-up. Bishop, Rob 788
Football: Throwing caution to Sofia wing irks Gray; EURO 2000: BULGARIA v ENGLAND. Rodgers, Ian 475
Fury as Belgium puts banned food back on shelves. Harris, Bill 366
Girls in 'kidnap' ordeal. 97
Glass in flat deal as management pay pounds 11m. O'BRIEN, JAMES 260
Golf: Treble hope driving Davies on. 217
Hague brands Blair as Britain's pound love rat. Gray, Chris 508
Help is a call away for stressed-out parents. 344
Honour for industrialist. 180
Investigation clears LibDems. 92
It's hats off as Sophie promises to obey Edward. Archer, Peter; Farmer, Brian 378
Jarvis group hotels want to book in for a partnership. 275
Letter: Hollow face of democracy. 1705
Midland News Digest. 694
Motorsport: Ferrari ace breathing fire down F1 pit lane. 378
Nato optimistic Kosovo peace within its grasp. Aston, Paul 254
New boy may play joker in Bank rate vote. Duckers, John 771
No candidates to vote for as parties take the spotlight. Summers, Deborah 460
Now pupils can see their GCSE mistakes. Education, TIM MILES 228
Out-of-fuel driver dies after being hit by lorry. Brady, Emma 413
Pc's switch off plea to 'runaway' M1 lorry driver. Howe, Melvyn 514
Piles of success at Victoria; Shares leap after profits beat the market and rocket. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 476
Pitch scuffles after India's cricket victory. 206
Police name man to quiz in double murder hunt. 95
Post Script: Thai people flock to worship a dead, deformed piglet. 149
Post Style: A very English affair; Bowled over by its olde-world charm, Alison Davison succumbs to the quality dishes served at Country Friends near Shrewsbury. Davison, Alison 663
Post Style: An electrifying experience; Two instrument makers tell Jo Ind how they have combined the old with the new to create top quality violins. Ind, Jo 1067
Post Style: Back for good, hopefully; The last year has seen the rise and rise of Robbie, what now for former Take That mate Gary Barlow, asks Phil Gould? Gould, Phil 990
Post Style: Competition - A night of music from the silver screen. 206
Post Style: Competition - Get set for trip to world of tomorrow. 274
Post Style: Competition - Lashings of colour to dye for. 187
Post Style: Competition - Win tickets for a great family show in Blackpool. 242
Post Style: Friend to the stars; William Hunt is in demand with top celebs - and his football team won the treble. Can life get sweeter, asks Georgina Pattinson? Pattinson, Georgina 793
Post Style: Reacting badly to work; Did you know your fax machine could give you breathing difficulties? Jo Ind reports on the health hazards of office equipment. Ind, Jo 786
Post Style: SCHOOL UNIFORMS BROUGHT TO BOOK; Now there's a brochure to take the backache out of buying school clothes, says Alison Jones. Jones, Alison 725
Post Style: Suits you, madam. Ind, Jo 241
Post Style: The father of all presents. 672
Post Style: The weather has got Multiple Sclerosis. Ind, Jo 453
Post Style: The World according to Sid Langley. 761
Post Style: Your aga saga can have a happy ending. Ind, Jo 1032
Racing: Chapple-Hyam's First Night hope. Veritas 290
Racing: Kieren Fallon double. 95
Residents fear repeat of carnival car parking chaos. Keely, Alistair 374
Review: Accent on underwhelming; The Nerd Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. Grimley, Terry 254
Review: Curtain's up for the new-look Priory. Slim, John 721
Review: Russian seduction; St Petersburg Philharmonic Symphony Hall. Morley, Christopher 248
Review: True blue music; Dana Gillespie Ronnie Scott's. King, Stephen 260
Review: Turning Scraps into dish of the day; A little Birmingham theatre group is setting its sights on Hollywood. Terry Grimley reports. Grimley, Terry 1099
Revitalised Hill & Smith looks to new avenues. Lindsay, Robert 439
Rugby Union: Mostyn prefers green to gold. 203
Rugby Union: Rebels back in pack to shore up Welsh drive for Europe. 359
Scientists warn of major marine upset caused by warm seas. Brown, Amanda 432
Shareholders' dividend gush; But Severn Trent dams bill cuts to five per cent. Lindsay, Robert 592
Small Talk: Innovators left ignored and unrewarded for efforts. Goodman, Fay 779
Smiths in pounds 8.75m US buy-out. 151
Solicitor struck off for misusing cash. 263
Sports Digest. 395
Stagecoach to keep on acquisition trail. Dresser, Guy 354
Star of what? Euro ghost train; Service that could be eight years late. Aitchison, Neil 542
Stockbroker role model wins last chance against deportation. 271
Suitor woos Quadrant. 99
Swapping the spotless salons of Belgravia for the filthy cages of Belmarsh. 236
Teenager sues his mother over crash injuries. Woods, Mark 327
Tennis: Invaders marching off with scalps of despairing Britons; THE DFS CLASSIC. Ward, Michael 621
Tennis: Rusedski strength earns mention in Courier despatches. Silver, Neil 725
Tennis: Sorry Smith struggling to avoid Wimbledon hangover. Ward, Michael 299
The Jonathan Aitken File: Downfall of Minister who made secret deals. 949
The Jonathan Aitken File: Going in the footsteps of genius Oscar Wilde. Lynch, Finola 264
The Jonathan Aitken File: I'm afraid for my jailed father says Victoria. 405
The Jonathan Aitken File: Swashbuckler who fell on his sword. Gray, Chris 757
The Jonathan Aitken File: The rise and fall of a Reggie Perrin called Stonehouse. 304
THEME FOR THE DAY. 562
There's the rub as investors take a shine to Victoria carpets shares. 773
Top of the league for shame. Keely, Alistair 545
Tributes to devoted councillor. 155
US newcomer scoops pounds 30,000 literary prize. 245
VDC accepts improved cash offer from Genus. 292
Vodafone ringing up the profits. 224
Wall Street jitters spread to Footsie. 486

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