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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 13, 1999)

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'Bright and vibrant' Rosebys moves on to young market. City, GUY DRESSER 498
127 lose jobs after bolts firm sells site to superstore. Duckers, John 322
18-acre office park plans revealed. 286
50 days on and this is the score . . . 162
500 sorties mark the anniversary of action. 255
Accountants in region lose out in pay stakes. Duckers, John 662
Alert after outbreak of wheat virus. 129
Art: A new platform for poetry. 983
Aston Martin thieves threaten wife with bar. Keely, Alistair; Smith, Sue 434
AstraZeneca sells chemical division in pounds 1.3bn deal. City, MARTIN WOOD 354
Axeman Yeltsin's new crisis; Primakov sacking seen as revenge for impeachment. Landsberg, Mitchell 675
Baby-death midwife guilty of misconduct. 288
Balloonists in 737 flight from hell on their way to Arctic. 299
Bank denies aligning pound to the euro. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 483
Bank sacks two over Dando secrets; Lloyds TSB finance staff made illegal credit search. Peachey, Paul 533
Barriers won't stop juggernauts part of crash package watch heading. 257
Bear-on-the-bone cookbook tempts bidders. Westcott, Sarah 250
Beef deadline casts an economic shadow; If the US continues to oppose the EU's decision not to accept hormone-treated beef it could affect the world economy and see a return to protectionism, writes JAMES O'BRIEN. 564
Blair's move to rally opinion for Nato policy. Linden, Martha 506
Board role for ex-banker. 159
British Energy plays Hyder seek over pounds 150m bid for business. Duckers, John 770
Briton's killer gets 36 years. 163
Burglary suspect found hanged in police cell. 675
C&W profits go down with Hong Kong flu. Duckers, John 636
Carey snubbed over pounds 4.6m flat. 92
CGU warmed by winter of content. 452
Charities quit in benefit row. 116
Children sent home over unsafe playarea. Ede, Charisse 243
China mourns Embassy bomb victims. 264
Clash as Short says 'I will help the refugees'. 386
Cold day in the hills for devolution architect. Berry, Brendan 513
COMMENT : The key to all our leader's troubles. Hastilow, Nigel 638
Councillor hits back in 'leaked' report row. 330
Cricket: Bangladesh lose out to determined Northants. 209
Cricket: Brilliant Bevan enables Warne to boost Aussies. 268
Cricket: McMillan points way as Kiwis cruise home. 232
Cricket: Munton's benefit bonanza. Milledge, Adrian 204
Cricket: Pakistanis unable to warm up. 374
Cricket: Scotland stumbling in search of optimum XI. 215
Cricket: Variety the spice of life in Austin's brave new world. Hodgson, Myles 872
Cricket: Windies sail smoothly towards starting gate. 243
Danger driver escapes jail. 88
Deal marks completion of flagship development. 704
Delegates' plea for peace in the Millennium. 627
Dibbs makes case to join 'big four' Law firm in second division, says rival. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 512
Dissenters force CBI to back down on pro-euro stance. Halstead, Ian 611
Drug offences put an end to Wren's career. 321
Europe and US square up again; No backing down over hormone beef ban. O'BRIEN, JAMES 718
Fair play for England; England must not feel it has become a second class citizen in the United Kingdom. Gray, Chris 685
Fairey waves wand to land Servomex. City, GUY DRESSER 348
Fake refugee letter warning. 162
Father in triple tragedy three times over limit. 430
Fenner on profits roller-coaster. 195
Figures fail to please dealers' eyes. 422
Firm fined pounds 10,000 after man died in blast. 284
First Choice profits leap. 131
Football: Adebola losing race to fit into Blues' plan. Milledge, Adrian 437
Football: Blades ace heads pack for Albion reshuffle. Bishop, Rob 374
Football: Cubs double up; Wolves Yth 2 Walsall Yth 2. 81
Football: Gregory prepares fresh Sutton swoop as Villa aim to scale even greater heights. Bishop, Rob 425
Football: Injured Winterburn ruled out of Villa finale. 265
Football: Rovers bale out of Premiership; Blackburn Rovers 0 Manchester United 0. Bradley, Mark 688
Football: Wolves hoping Richards will fall back on Molineux. Bishop, Rob 465
French fail to save piglets' bacon. 261
Friends walk free in wheeler-dealer murder trial. Luck, Deborah 429
Full steam ahead to go under cover. 278
Future looks bright for retailing. Pain, Steve 787
Golf: Baker moulding game back into form; Ged Scott finds the Wolverhampton pro refreshed and hopeful of a winning return. 936
Golf: Clouds of doubt about to clear on charge towards Ryder Cup. 592
Golf: Links with past lost in revamp at Carnoustie. 781
Gridlock chaos as death crash closes M-way crash. Keely, Alistair 450
Ground forces 'must be called in'. 290
Group opens new Midland office; As long as we maintain our philosophy of strong management and servicing of our portfolio, CNC will continue to achieve the level of success it has recorded over the last few years. Mr Gary Lever, managing director. Pain, Steve 547
Hague to make traditional family life pay. 447
Harriers' cat and mouse game with MiGs. Invincible, SIMEON TEGEL On HMS 231
Her Majesty's Opposition just doing their job for us; Asking questions about Nato's handling of the Kosovo conflict is not treachery, says Chris Gray. 768
High-tech era for fraudsters. 105
Hillary tells Ireland to show the world peace. 316
Home of radio station put on market. 210
How another Briers rose to fame; Lucy ignored her father Richard's career advice, she. Dodd, Tells Ros 1225
Husky's new centre breaks the mould; Moving walls and open-plan offices are part of caring capitalism philosophy. Jacobs, Kurt 986
Industrial space demand peaks. Pain, Steve 535
ITNET is in the money with pounds 60m town hall deal. O'BRIEN, JAMES 380
Job losses take shine off rise in Abbeycrest profits. City, GUY DRESSER 471
Joint venture in motion is production poetry for BAe. 332
Labels help producers lick rising imports. 266
Labour's sell-off of Tote seen as threat to racing. Cordon, Gavin 478
Leader: The bone of contention. 514
Legal victory for 'voice of swimming' We believed in the law and feel we have a cast iron case. Keely, Alistair 322
Leisure scheme gets green light. 439
Letter: And briefly. . . 552
Letter: Fear of a sinister Nato agenda. 1587
Lilleshall off-loads building materials. 282
Lobby in pledge to defend CAP reforms. 338
Lord Steel presides after MSPs sworn in. 585
Lynx focuses on acquisitions. 145
M6 miracle as woman survives crash. 299
Magic is over for Wall Street wizard. 184
Man arrested for murder of takeaway owner. 356
Man on remand after court appearance over indecency. 91
Management business changes hands. Pain, Steve 151
Management restructuring points way to bright future. 641
Merger story as Cookson buys Premier. 283
MI6 agents named on the Internet. 316
Minister to visit threatened hospital. Gray, Chris 386
More men choose retail sector jobs. 161
Motor Racing: Dennis backing for Coulthard. 670
MP's love split over school row; Labour rebel admits separation over son. Linden, Martha 542
Netanyahu slams polls that predict his election defeat. 273
New CBI attack on labour laws. 434
New flood of ethnic Albanians cross border. 242
NFU hopes dialogue will boost pig industry. Millbank, Stanley 484
NHS urges women to smell to get well. Medical, JON HUNT 378
NUT votes to boycott performance-related pay. 256
Office to undergo pounds 17m redevelopment. 334
On the breadline at pounds 100,000. 1132
One-office strategy pays off for Wragge. Duckers, John 371
Peace plans hit by Yeltsin purge. Ilyas, Mohammed 313
Plans unveiled for new headquarters. 209
Plastic man and just as pliable. 332
POST REVIEWS : High point status of computer sounds. 335
Post Script. 83
Racing: Express passage to Derby for Elsworth. 232
Ready for the road. 85
Reverse gear on vehicle imports; 'Grey cars' still face import restrictions. O'BRIEN, JAMES 622
Safeway puts back day of reckoning. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 345
SAS man dies in war zone road crash. 243
Science park formula holds appeal; Rupert Gillitt, of D & P Holt, reports on the success of the region's science parks to both start-up and established companies. What is the secret of their popularity and can it last? 1094
Serb forces 'suffering casualties'. 244
Shares plunge after McLeod Russel warns of downturn. 330
Shoppers get chance to harvest knowledge. 277
Simon takes up US appointment. 343
Spymaster who built power base in the Kremlin. 263
Staff at scandal-hit college to keep jobs. Ede, Charisse 463
Stars come out to sell, sell, sell in Cannes. Burdon, Jackie 373
Straw changes his mind about Bentley family compensation. Richardson, Alex 471
Survey reveals optimistic outlook for investments. 633
Surveyor takes on new corporate identity. 240
Tennis: Henman streak continues but Rusedski eclipsed. 295
THEME FOR THE DAY. 451
Top doctor quits in row over accident service. Medical, JON HUNT 627
Topping out ceremony completes phase two. 202
Tories force decison over beef. 268
Tributes pour in for Ballykissangel star. Barnes, Anthony 358
Tyre distributors' move gives boost for jobs. 198
University pay row threatens go-slow admissions chaos. Miles, Tim 257
Up to speed. 104
Victory for a GP with compassion and common sense. 549
Village that cost pounds 300,000. 101
Villagers set to provide life-saving treatment. Guthrie, Jim 320
Virgin offers new range of fares - and prices. Ede, Charisse 489
Volume of space in decline. Director, SIMON SPENCER Associate 803
Watch out, bears Goldilocks is back. 401
WHERE THE MONEY GOES. 398
Withholding tax raises hell. 417
Work experience led music fan to career in property. 1643
WPc witness appeal. 176

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