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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 12, 1999)

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'Superman' warden leapt on my bonnet; Victim sprang into action after he was knocked down by angry motorist, court told. Hopkins, Gary 520
Adams delivers grim warning on time running out for peace prospects. 488
Amateur Theatre: A towering infernal fuss. Slim, John 760
Anger over cable car sentence. 324
Argument on 'mercy killings' still rages. Frith, Maxine 475
Art in spirit. 183
Arts: Read the book? Now hear the music; Terry Grimley explores musical Wessex with Dave Townsend, founder of the Mellstock Band. Grimley, Terry 896
Athletics: Pain-free Nelson seeing brighter future after county triumph. 441
Balkans conflict: Chinese reject peace talks until bombs stop. 269
Balkans conflict: Cost to taxpayers pounds 80m - and more to come. Cordon, Gavin 458
Balkans conflict: Fury over bomb double blunder; CIA blamed for outdated map and agent's absence. Diamond, John 745
Balkans conflict: Henderson pays tribute to troops on 'thank you' tour. 285
Balkans conflict: Lottery win for RAF staff. 159
Balkans conflict: Matic says refugees are actors. 347
Balkans conflict: Nato war planes continue attacks on Kosovo targets. 265
Balkans conflict: Tower-block flat a welcome haven for family that wants to return home. 389
Balkans conflict: UN relief agency warns of crisis as funds run low. 300
Basketball: Bown budgeting to make Bullets high-calibre weapon. Thomson, Fraser 398
British Midland petitions US to fly Atlantic route. 284
Browne pleased with BP Amoco's debut. 328
BT wants its staff to feel right at home. 246
Business Digest. 386
Car bargains just a ferry trip away. 247
Car sales to Japan remain in doldrums. O'BRIEN, JAMES 426
City MP joins rebels in disability battle. 290
City View: Less gloom could defer a Bank cut. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 399
Comment: A fair deal at last for refugees. Stuart, Gisela 612
Comment: Are we too quick to forgive and forget killers?; Ros Dodd asks if we are too lenient towards battered wives who slay their partners. Dodd, Ross 861
Comment: Nato becomes a killing joke; Finola Lynch asks if the allies' war against Serbia is still winnable. Lynch, Finola 891
Commercial exploitation can reverse decline. 300
Competition puts gas customers pounds 78 in pocket. Duckers, John 581
Competitions: Waterway to spend a relaxing week. 590
Competitions: Wind up for the millennium countdown. 270
Competitive school sports facing the final whistle. Miles, Tim 323
Continental smokers light up Imperial's sales. Duckers, John 602
CPRE backs MP's rural road safety Bill. Gray, Chris 291
Cricket: Coach Woolmer content. 255
Cricket: Donald takes heat out of life in World Cup fast lane. 529
Cricket: Hair target in death threat. 339
Cricket: India wait on Tendulkar. 231
Cricket: Sri Lankans strike form. 256
Cricket: Stumbling Stewart takes time in hitting Cup form. Hodgson, Myles 853
Cricket: Zimbabwe blow last chance to learn lines for major role. Ward, Michael 579
Delphi's oracle reveals a bigger role in global vehicle parts consolidation. 329
Doctor freed after landmark verdict on 'pain-free' death. Watson, Paul; Marland, Ian 645
Driver was 'stabbed and head-butted' after ticket. 296
Female co-pilot collapsed as plane came in to land. Woodman, Peter 396
First signs of recovery boosts confidence; But CBI is cautious over possibility of a false dawn. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 743
Football: Blues clinch Senior Cup triumph; Birmingham City 4 Wolves 1. 386
Football: Blues face Taylor-made threat. Bishop, Rob 716
Football: Desperate Kidd puts survival against first love. Walker, Paul 591
Football: French feel final chill in Moscow; UEFA CUP. 170
Football: Goalkeeper hunt may force Villa to go 'West'. Bishop, Rob 322
Football: Hasselbaink hammer blow kicks league title towards Old Trafford; Leeds United 1 Arsenal 0. Bradley, Mark 438
Football: New deal on Bescot table for Graydon. 356
Football: Restless Wanchope warns of pride lacking in Rams flock. 370
Football: Wolves duo playing it long. Bishop, Rob 254
Four arrested as feelings run high over pub murder. 402
Four bailed after party break-in at MP's home. 119
Frankie Vaughan still on the critical list. Harold, Ruth 187
Girl, 9, fights off kidnapper. 231
Go-it-alone Pellow sacks Wets by fax. 317
Golf: Money race opens can of worms. Garrod, Mark 366
Golf: Raj widens horizon with Assistants' qualification. 252
Governor crisis at scandal-hit college. Keely, Alistair 420
Grief of father 'who shook baby to death'. Ross, Anne Marie 440
Hero lorry driver steers runaway truck into river. Allen, Nick 647
Ikea recalls toy after boy chokes to death. Murphy, Eileen 465
Insider: Luminar can continue to satisfy revellers' thirst for pubs and clubs. 756
Internet strategy adds spice to Sage. 174
Investment is solution to stopping the rot. O'BRIEN, JAMES 497
IT services help boost Sanderson to record. 279
Jenny leaves the rest behind. Barnes, Anthony 186
Judge takes pity on cheating killer wife. Ede, Charisse 592
Julie trial makes legal history; Court switches to Britain to hear key witness. William, Helen 506
Junior doctors row continues. 118
Last night: It might be all right on the night. Davies, Mike 302
Last Night: Wittily crafted cry for help; Sleuth Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. Edmonds, Richard 1273
LDV wins pounds 2.8m deal. 107
Leading Article: The Battle for Britain. 524
Leisure still has faith in sports retail. 440
Letter: Region's jobs depend on euro. 1929
Letter: This priest must be defrocked. 200
Man accused of murder bid. 93
Mercy-death doctor cleared of murder. Aston, Paul 274
Merger rumours send BOC shares soaring. 395
Michael rules out deal on Assembly. Berry, Brendan 430
Midland Digest. 698
Moira Martingale's World on Wednesday: An ABC of how to harm children. 424
Moira Martingale's World on Wednesday: Human cup of kindness needs filling. 228
Moira Martingale's World on Wednesday: No fury like a Fayed scorned. 338
Moira Martingale's World on Wednesday: Starkly into the crowd. 193
Moira Martingale's World on Wednesday: Stripping down to the plane truth. 253
Murder-trial millionaire freed. Linden, Martha 191
Offer met with Howle of derision. 249
Oil prices get lift from industry. 185
Output figures provide glimmer of hope. 467
Party time as Luminar opens more venues. 297
PE teacher set to net pounds 11,000 on football champions bet. 416
Peers back temporary reprieve for hereditaries. Brown, Amanda; Fagan, Gabrielle 233
Pillar of the community at ease in both surgery and radio station. Woods, Mark; Marland, Ian 344
Police question Gazza after roadside shooting. 138
Poll puts Brown in his place. 245
Post Script. 108
Post Style: Competitions - Monica's signed it for you. 285
Post Style: Competitions - Win a family break in Bournemouth. 420
Post Style: Comsuming passions - Three threads to a dream; Sew far, sew inspiring. . . Jo Ind meets Sue Slattery, a woman who has turned her passion for sewing into a pioneering business. Ind, Jo 862
Post Style: Eating out - Pub Guide. 902
Post Style: Eating Out - Side Orders. 623
Post Style: Fashion - Island's in the mainstream; Alison Jones looks at the latest clothes from River Island, modelled by Kirsty Hume and Donovan Leitch. Jones, Alison 383
Post Style: Interiors - A simple way to bring some sophistication into your life; Painting your furniture white can transform a dark and dingy room into a light and pretty living space, says Jo Ind. Ind, Jo 340
Post Style: Interview - Ian Wright: From one stage to another it's going be all Wright; England striker Ian Wright talks to Olivia Convey about his successful new career as a TV talk show host. Convey, Olivia 933
Post Style: Jo Ind's Diary. Ind, Jo 522
Post Style: Office Style - Opting for the perfect pair; Wearing glasses could seriously improve your career prospects. Jo Ind reports. Ind, Jo 720
Post Style: Post People - Club and institute reports compiled by Sharon Selway. 453
Post Style: Table Talk - The barn necessities of life; Laurence McCoy finds an unexpected enclave of down to earth Italian fare nestling away in rural Warwickshire. McCoy, Laurence 895
Post Style: The world according to... Sid Langley. 808
Post Style: What's new - Hands up for a dollop of extra care. 791
Post Style: Working wardrobe - Born to be cool; Who'd be a man when it comes to dressing for work in the summer? Jo Ind reports on cool clothes for the office. Ind, Jo 328
pounds 15m cuts could cane T&L jobs. 325
Princess trust gives pounds 220,000 to hospice. Medical, JON HUNT 469
Prosecutors drop nanny death charge. 254
Pupils to get summer lessons on the Blues. Aitchison, Neil 438
Quentin confirms toy boy is father-to-be. 254
Quest for justice has cost me pounds m says father. 277
Racing: Glamis set to make classic Derby case. Veritas 532
Racing: Hale far from hearty in backing Smith. Ward, Michael 363
Reader offer: Clean up with this half price offer from Johnsons. 470
Recluse leaves pounds 1 million estate - but no will. 277
Rentokil's 'Mr 20 pc' rethinks target. 275
Review: Ben and friends take a giant step forward; Ben Folds 5 Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton. Adams, Steve 271
Review: Sparkling stuff from Jewel; Jewel Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry. King, Stephen 255
Review: Volodos more than equal to the challenge; Philharmonia Symphony Hall. Morley, Christopher 249
Rugby Union: Richmond lining up merger with Exiles. 477
Russians move to oust Yeltsin. 208
Scots coalition on a knife edge; Tuition fees remain stumbling block after marathon talks. Rafferty, Neil 426
Serbs launch attacks after 'peace deal'. Stote, Martin 331
Shares surge as GWR reaps record revenues. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 406
Shropshire lad carries away pounds 5.75m windfall. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 503
Sixth formers' pounds 40 week if they do their homework. Gray, Chris 579
Small Talk: Beam me up Scottie, I am surrounded by mobile phones. Goodman, Fay 788
Solicitor wins appeal. 122
Space travel, a Buzz no more. Woodman, Peter 198
Stand-in hospital boss's pledge to staff. Medical, JON HUNT 268
Stars' photographer puts his stamp on Sophie and Edward. Murphy, Eileen 204
Sterling argument against the euro; Sir Michael takes up case to keep Britain out of EMU. City, GUY DRESSER 1298
Swallow finds buyer but trouble brews. 312
Swedes fine bank over Flaming Ferraris scam. 171
Techjet takes off. 112
Tenant to face eviction after four-year reign of terror. 335
Tennis: Brits serve notice of taking clay in stride. Long, Gideon 615
The EC - What's that all about then? Summers, Deborah 276
THEME FOR THE DAY. 477
Town regeneration applauded. 173
Visteon expands global base with French rival. Williams, Philip 345
Vivendi would most like a One-2-One with... 206
World Digest. 729

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