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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 24, 1999)

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'Game, set and almost match' for Milosevic. Meade, Geoff 288
'Gems' lose their shine at hands of vandals. 279
'Prime Evil' in amnesty bid. 113
100 arrested after Toon Army goes on the rampage. Edwards, Karen 617
A five course feast of bluegrass; Steve Earle/Del McCoury Band Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry. 242
A shadow of shame hangs heavy in the field of dreams; Sportsmen used to be seen as role models but the latest drugs scandal has put paid to any romanticised notions. Ross Reyburn reports. 1167
Ain't no stopping Reds now. Anderson, David 314
As they say some things never change in the media. 827
Ashley's flower in full bloom; Laura Ashley has bucked the trend for pubescent waifs in its latest advertising campaign. Its new 'face' is a 30-something woman who is striking rather than beautiful. Alison Jones reports. 348
Athey's ailing fighters raid one-day stronghold; At Old Trafford: Worcestershire 187-4 (4pts) beat Lancashire 186-8 by six wickets. 446
Aussies on brink after classic at Headingley. Walker, Paul 991
Authentic Eric's blues with their roots showing; Martin Longley meets Eric Bibb, musical journeyman with roots in Stockholm and the USA. 1092
Baker's chance to stalk the Tiger in face-to-face battle; GOLF. Scott, Ged 788
Bank of Ireland eyes Alliance; pounds 11bn deal set to spark merger mania. Duckers, John 617
Banking on small business failure. 1816
Barnard leads for Harborne. Mohamed, Waqar 437
Bears light way ahead to game's new world; At Edgbaston: Warwickshire 176-6 (4pts) beat Kent 170-7 by four wickets. Milledge, Adrian 465
Bill in good nick as he storms to county matchplay title. 659
Birthday bet is icing on cake. 119
Blair deal 'will lead to more taxes'. 211
Blue-blood bible returns to uncover skeletons. Lyons, James 444
Bore denies parking cover-up. Summers, Deborah 515
Breathing new life into a grim morality tale; Brassed Off has made the leap from film to stage. Terry Grimley reports. 686
Bridge problem. 105
Britain pledges to resist commercial whaling. Brown, Amanda 367
Brits finding their feet on clay; TENNIS. Malley, Frank 644
Bruce heading for Town with pounds 8m to celebrate. 279
BT lines up free calls for Internet. 121
Burns scorches into rally lead but suspension ends McRae's challenge; MOTORSPORT. 249
Cancer book up for prize. 119
Cathedral celebration. 81
Christian view of offending 'lad mags'. Lynch, Finola 612
Church minister to defy relief road bulldozers. Worrall, Boris 259
Clark delight as Saints march into Europe; SCOTTISH ROUND-UP. 388
Climber who cheated death plans Himalayan challenge. Hunt, Jon 396
Comic Lenny linked to night with blonde receptionist. Hunt, Jon 330
Confident Rafter set to go distance in Paris; Cup happy: The Australians celebrate team victory. 431
Convicted terrorist back in the dock. 741
Curle's 70pc pay cut puts future in doubt. 236
Dallaglio future in balance over drug claims. 367
Dartmouth edge closer as victory raises its head. Milledge, Adrian 640
DeFreitas in brave mood. 289
Destroyer Donald stuns England; Proteas showing champion qualities At The Oval: South Africa (225-7) beat England (103) by 122 runs. Bannister, Jack 1399
Dream team United in triumphs; Bit part in Wembley stroll for proud Yorke Manchester United 2 Newcastle United 0. Bishop, Rob 953
Eclipse chaos predictions scare off summer visitors to Cornwall. Wescott, Sarah; Allen, Nick 502
Emilie pins on Rosetta in first screen role. 343
Escaping from the trap of benefits. Hemming, John 614
European medals pass Cannock by; HOCKEY. 151
Extradited British soldier charged with manslaughter. 752
Fallen star Collymore at the end of the line. Worrall, Boris 821
Fire ship passengers fly home. 312
First Cut and thrust prepares film-makers for big picture. 426
Fisher nets sorry Essex. 280
Floods recede to reveal horror of killer cyclone. Hussain, Zahid 420
Fun-fair rioters clash with police. 207
Gas and electric choice offers scope for savings. Duckers, John 671
Getting in shape. 82
Gold in no rush for his money. Milledge, Adrian 549
Gorbachev launches scathing attack on 'irresponsible' US. 415
Gray comes under scrutiny as Villa transfer talk hots up. Scott, Ged 363
Gullit set to throw out demolished rearguard. 338
Hants lord it at summit. 267
Hat-trick not Boden too well for Staffs. 492
Hefty increase in complaints from rail passengers. Ede, Charisse 399
Heroes and villains. 532
Hills' Angel leaves star field stranded. 251
Hopes fade for brothers. 83
Houghton fires England threat. 552
HRO'C snubs City 2000 deal; Account 'not viable'. Jacobs, Kurt 530
Human leg dumped. 89
Ill at ease but totally mesmerising; Salif Keita Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry. 206
It could be you in line for the Dome. 152
It could take years to get people home says Short. Smith, Jon 272
Jaguar hits back over lease deals. Worrall, Boris 263
King Arthur goes high-tech at new centre. 153
Labour faces fox hunting deadline; Protesters call on Blair to end the 'bloodbath'. Brown, Amanda 476
Lancashire sprint home. 266
Lockerbie claims condemned. Worrall, Boris 354
Magic moments that take you back. 293
Maglev 'a monument to failure' MP demands cost of abortive rail link. Gray, Chris 468
Magpies put shirt on Brown's enduring popularity. 1109
McConnells has Frank approach. 153
Mega excitement as sea of red hails democratic era. 230
More agony as Blues go into red. 514
Motor racing's blackest day. 372
Motorcyclist dies after M-way crash. 574
MP in rebel vote denies colluding with enemy. Gray, Chris 531
Nato moves ahead with more troops. 204
Nato's air strike target list 'widened'. 285
New peer won't give in lightly. 171
New Scottish Secretary eyes replacement official 'home' outside capital. 483
Next big things flex their muscles; Feeder/Straw Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall. 239
Now it's a case of getting to the brewery on time for couples. 273
Old Mutual makes Matheson move. 405
Olivetti boss's noble gesture in victory. 321
Pop stars slammed over calls to free killer. Brady, Emma 292
Post Script. 97
Postal workers open fight against early retirement. 113
Proud Tendulkar offers ton-up tribute. 681
Pub bombing man told of wife's death. 294
Pub chains on alert as Allied talks collapse. 415
Public transport is letting us down, say blind people. 317
Quantum leap for PR. 126
Radcliffe defies wind and sets new record; ATHLETICS. Rawson, Mike 235
Rangers ready to release their French connection. 156
Referee raps Pakistan pace ace Akhtar. 519
Reggae beat to Bomber's party; West Bromwich Albion 0 Jamaica 1 Tony Brown Testimonial. Scott, Ged 629
Reichstag vote sees Rau gain presidency. 352
Research backs fears over mobile phones. 429
Researchers seek cure for early births. 239
Reservists in Kosovo refusal. 202
Rotherham's hope dashed on countback; Bedford 27 Rotherham 19 (aggregate 38-38, Bedford win on scoring more tries). 311
Safety campaign targets company-car drivers. Keely, Alistair 249
Saving solution to NHS cash woes. 189
School arsonists strike again; pounds 100,000 attack is fourth in a fortnight. Brady, Emma; Deeley, Tony 547
Search continues for youth after Alps flooding kills five. 210
Shaky Penn almost blot copy book. Milledge, Adrian 245
Shipton soaks up victory in Cornish rhapsody at Twickenham. 267
Sinn Fein plea as time runs short in peace process. Kite, Melissa; Smith, Jon 417
Somerset in driving seat. 264
Spirited tale leaves bad taste in mouth. 1145
Star Saunders sews up second W&W Merit crown; CROWN GREEN BOWLS. 191
Stark Ghosts way to victory. 155
Stephanie and Sarah take step up. 142
Stratford prizes push ninth title close to Pipeline. Veritas 525
Stunned England plan wake-up call. Hodgson, Myles 526
Surrey pair lift honours. 245
Sussex look to challenge. 289
Sweet 16 Scudetto for magnificent Milan. 384
Swimmers ill after acid fumes leak into pool. Kwatra, Anjali; Linden, Martha 319
Tales of horror from Serb-run jail; Emaciated ex-prisoners arrive at border. Monaghan, Elaine 413
Taylor fury at impending imports' invasion. Barlow, Matt 307
Teacher quits over 'relationship'. Summers, Deborah 555
Tigers shredded by Barbarians' fine cutting edge; RUGBY UNION Leicester 33 Barbarians 55. Baldock, Andrew 386
Tories voice their outrage at politically-correct Ambridge. 196
Tory peer attacks Church for lack of moral unity. 237
Tripping the lithe fantastic; City of Birmingham Choir Symphony Hall. 192
Trust me, I'm a doctor. 96
TUC targets partnership at work. 171
TV campaigner's cancer battle. Hunt, Jon 440
Two sisters and their husbands found dead. 575
Union fury at Mum's Army plan to teach slow readers. Miles, Tim 463
US admits security blunder over atomic weapons secrets. 210
Van Bon in top gear for stage victory; CYCLING. 238
Van Straaten bemoans cruel blow to his Spice Boys; SPEEDWAY. Pearson, Nigel 423
War planes pound electrical power supplies. Kratovac, Katarina 537
Warwickshire squeezed as Liptrot holds firm for rivals; At Edgbaston (final day): Warwickshire 321 & 253-6 dec (19pts) beat Worcestershire 203 & 320 (5pts) by 51 runs. Milledge, Adrian 516
Wetherspoon's calls time on the euro. 307
Win a superb weekend away from life's stresses. 559
Windies' victory necessary - Lara. 970
Wood fuels Yorkshire. 283
Zimbabweans run out of excuses. Scott, Ged 852

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