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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 19, 1999)

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'Poltergeist' was cat in chimney. 194
'Rich rewards' for fraud trial businessmen. Hopkins, Gary 563
`Stupid' thugs pelt fire crew with rotten apples. 277
A British Airways operator Toulouse daily service takes off. 579
A sexy kind of cosiness. 292
Absurd, and we loved it; POST REVIEWS. Grimley, Terry 276
American move brings world closer together. 279
And here's your Posthouse bill Sir - that will be pounds 3m. 267
Appointments herald new era for city administration. 322
Arm of the law not long enough. Davies, Mike 285
Army driver tells of cadet girl horror. 544
Balkans Conflict: Premier is Nato hawk in shuttle diplomacy. Milmo, Cahal 403
Balkans Conflict: Refugee baby gets named after Blair. Harvey, Melanie 434
Balkans Conflict: Serb forces exhume mass graves 'to hide war crimes'. 184
Balkans Conflict: Stern Yeltsin in 'Cold War' warning. 198
Balkans Conflict: UN in the dock over Kosovan suffering. 226
Balkans Conflict: US releases Yugoslavian prisoners. 274
Balkans Conflict: Villager tells PM of Serbian terror; 72-year-old forced to strip at gunpoint. Smith, Jon 833
Bathroom 'the key to luxury'. 325
Birchfield face gloomy forecast for summer; MIDLAND ATHLETICS. Ward, Michael 389
Bit drastic with the plastic. Martingale, Moira 88
Blues desperate to drink in big-game atmosphere. Bishop, Rob 438
Bravery of teacher speared in the eye with a javelin. Stote, Martin 434
Britain papers over the cracks. 283
Check out hotel deals to get more for your money. 1052
Claxon call speaks volumes. Veritas 201
COMMENT Putting Britain at the heart of Europe. Stuart, Gisela 635
Companies on the road to ruin; Car tax will wreck business, firms warn. Summers, Deborah 583
Compass swings to strong growth. City, GUY DRESSER 535
Councils plotting parking tax shock. Summers, Deborah 618
Crown Leisure's pounds 8.4m MBO. 181
Daimler sets sights on earnings of pounds 200bn. Jacobs, Kurt 583
Dealership sale secures 104 jobs. 129
Driving ban for electrician. 102
Dubai moves into Derby big picture. Yates, David 383
England slip through Kenyan net; Light work for Hussain and Hick At Canterbury: England (204-1) beat Kenya (203) by nine wickets. Cricket, JACK BANNISTER 729
Enterprise Inns plans acquisition spree. 280
Euroland heading for pick up in growth. 340
Fast start tempts Johnson to snub Anfield legend. 305
Ferguson sensing unspoken support from nation's fans. Bradley, Mark 614
Fine blend, maturing nicely. Adams, Steve 266
Fingers held over pause button ruin big picture. Bannister, Jack 273
Firemen battle to bring factory blaze under control. 677
Five held after body is found at house. 670
Fixed cameras deliver early negative. Bannister, Jack 340
Forward Trust. 170
Fugitive killer turns gun on himself. 442
Gearhouse chief Lakin ousted as shares dive. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 538
George can only offer a grim outlook. Duckers, John 472
Get off your cloud and back to reality. Martingale, Moira 792
Girlfriend's pleas ignored in sex ordeal. McCARTHY, ROSS 372
Gray day for Staffs in visit up North; NATWEST TROPHY. 180
Graydon looks for guarantees in bright new era at Bescot. Ward, Michael 380
Gregory leaving near-post gap for Bosnich to exploit. Bishop, Rob 474
Hague's mix and match plan to tackle Europe. Gray, Chris 466
Heart attack killed Ecstasy club girl. 141
Heartbreak as flames destroy students' work. Probert, Andy 507
Heartbroken couple tell of lovely child. 227
Henman pushes Moya and lifts French hopes. Tennis, PATRICK VIGNAL 556
Henry turns to Watkins. 139
Holders Sri Lanka at desperate stage; CRICKET. Curtis, John 417
Holidaymaker stung to death by hornet. 411
Home improvements boom boosts Ultraframe. 218
Hope for patient after long wait in agony. Medical, JON HUNT 510
If at first you don't succeed. . . try trading again; James O'Brien discovers a new leniency towards the owners of failed businesses. O'Brien, James 1014
In-form Middlesex ready to Lord it over Hants; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP FOCUS. 309
India add Chopra to pitch equation. 403
Injury riddle of Bhutto's husband. 318
Inspector Who? is the question for small firms. Goodman, Fay 808
Ipswich eye Premiership cash gains. 405
Ironic tragedy of youngster's death. Benattar, Mark 771
It all goes sadly rung again in the great tower fiasco. Slim, John 1015
It's just not cricket!; With the World Cup underway the sport has turned into a currency for entry into Britain. Finola Lynch investigates. Lynch, Finola 1291
ITMA show a moneyspinner for region. Williams, Philip 211
Jobless loner given life for murder of too-trusting Claire. Beal, Peter 514
Johnston in takeover bid for P&SN. Halstead, Ian 191
Labour's rebels head for new showdown. 338
Leading article: Taxing for the short-sighted. 552
Lesson in dropping principles. Martingale, Moira 244
letter: B&B put up tough challenge. 1559
letter: No fears for justice system. 574
Long-running probation row ends with axe for service chief. Keely, Alistair 437
Longbridge staff get on the bus. 404
Lorrymen in M25 chaos. 155
Lower interest plea as growth slows. Williams, Philip 592
M&S chief says store back on track despite 'setback'. City, GUY DRESSER 455
Man with one of the worst train services. Keely, Alistair 434
Martin Guerre at Birmingham Hippodrome. 353
May the farce be with you; The waiting's over - in the States at least. Alison Jones catches some of the first reviews for Star Wars prequel, the Phantom Menace. Jones, Alison 1086
McCord and Walker quit stunnedTigers. 449
Millionaire treatment and Costa vistas. Banks, Leigh 1448
Mothers fear the worst. 169
New Chamber chief in pledge to industry; PROFILE John Hudson. Duckers, John 833
Noses that grow on you. Martingale, Moira 183
Panoramic views as BA opens new lounge. 424
Partners' vision sees them gain a fortune. 207
Pilgrimage for new premier; Tribute to Rabin as Barak gets the vote. Kraft, Dina 678
Police war on antiques thieves. 227
Post Style: 911 our slog to the top. 1067
Post Style: Checking out chic; WORKING WARDROBE If you want to make a statement at work, get it down in black and white, says Jo Ind. Ind, Jo 223
Post Style: COUNTRY LIVING IN HEART OF CITY; INTERIORS Jo Ind suggests bringing rural life to the city by making country furniture. Ind, Jo 935
Post Style: Derby bound - you can bet on it! 296
Post Style: Great prizes for green fingers. 445
Post Style: Jo Ind's Diary. Ind, Jo 425
Post Style: Join rock legends in the country. 326
Post Style: Massage for the masses. Ind, Jo 597
Post Style: Side Orders. 545
Post Style: THE SPICE OF LIFE; FASHION Ethnic influences will be raising the fashion temperature this summer, says Alison Jones. Jones, Alison 339
Post Style: The Weird... & wonderful; FASHION. 137
Post Style: The world according to... Sid Langley. Langley, Sid 693
Post Style: Win a sensual weekend for two in wonderful Paris. 312
Pre-season friendly taste of what might have been for Lee's men. Bishop, Rob 364
Public transport's jam-buster campaign. Guthrie, Jim 318
Rail sector is just the ticket for FirstGroup. 373
Rail sector is just the ticket for FirstGroup. 465
Rape case DJ admits to jury he needs help. Raif, Shenai 620
Reflections of Russia. Williams, David 256
Riots as India party chief quits. 352
Scientists dismiss 'flawed' GM research. 343
Shareholders want BMW to ditch Rover car business. O'BRIEN, JAMES 375
Shop owner sprayed in pounds 20,000 jewels raid. 224
Short straw for defendants who opt for trial by jury. 463
Slimma ready to cut cloth if sales slump. 399
Some you win. . . Martingale, Moira 162
Sunday lunch with that little bit extra; TABLE TALK Alison Davison enjoys a touch of class at the Riverside Inn in Aymestrey. Davison, Alison 869
THEME FOR THE DAY. 479
Three die as Army helicopter crashes in a ball of flames. 578
Tragedy of man, 62, in smoke-filled bedroom. 246
Tragedy unites Tigers to cause. Ward, Michael 653
Underlying inflation falls to 2.4pc. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 279
US court told nursery owner shook baby to death. 302
US slowdown takes heat off need for rate rise. 1119
US wants backing for beef war sanctions. 562
Villa provide showcase for 2006; FOOTBALL Football Correspondent Rob Bishop on why tonight's European Cup Winners' Cup final is good for the English game. Bishop, Rob 657
Village schoolmistress and master motivator win top-of-the-class awards. Hunt, Jon 480
Vosper in joint talks over pounds 7bn contract for Royal Navy. 386
Wall Street soothes Footsie's nerves. 651
Warwickshire gloves fit for Penney. Ward, Michael 275
We have leapt chasm, says CBI; Economy 'in middle' of soft landing. O'BRIEN, JAMES 564
We will join the euro, says Brown. 234
Winners who stay on track. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 503
World-wide reputation. Barker, Christine 485
Writer wants to be a cinema millionaire. 379

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