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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 29, 1999)

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`Fraud' claim as exams made easier. 368
`He might have killed if not for police visit'. Peachey, Paul 244
A return ticket to the land of dreams; Alison Jones gets nostalgic over the Young Readers UK Festival. Jones, Alison 732
Adams welcomes return of victims' remains. 382
Agony role of Cook's ex-wife. 166
Airwaves buzzing over licence; CE Digital 'watering down services'. Halstead, Ian 410
All aboard the money-go-round. Beatie, Jason 595
All change again as Ruddles brewery faces new takeover from Greene King. 468
Anger at Labour 'Cabinet'. 223
Anger over Sabbath song contest. 201
Angling: Top trout turns into a very nice one, Cyril. Worth, Norman 665
Antiques: Collecting - Good stamping ground for modern culture. Hawke, Harry 822
Antiques: Tribal collecting and new frontiers; American Indians produced some beautiful artefacts. Richard Edmonds gives some pointers on how to identify the best. Edmonds, Richard 916
Appointments: Flying high at Green & Co; Amateur pilot is made an associate. 287
Arts: Arts: Interview Gerald Tibbs - In the melting pot of dynamic dance; Gerald Tibbs runs the young dance group NDT2. He talks to Terry Grimley. Nederlands Dans Theater 2 performers enjoy a renowned international reputation. Y, Terry Grimle 746
Axed directors threaten industry. 278
Balkans Conflict: Albania's mock battle at border. 272
Balkans Conflict: KLA grows stronger and bolder. 239
Balkans Conflict: Macedonia asked to take in more troops. 376
Balkans Conflict: Nato promises five ferocious days. 376
Balkans Conflict: Robertson rejects rescue mission for munitions plant. 393
Balkans Conflict: We're near brink, says Russia as war goes on. Roberts, Bob 754
Birmingham Post Comment: Justice seen to be done. 466
Blair `betrayal' claim over anonymity for Bloody Sunday soldiers. Kite, Melissa 496
Books: Holy crusader forever deep in battle; Trevor Huddleston: A Life. By Robin Denniston. (Macmillan, pounds 20) Reviewed by Christine Barker. Barker, Christine 1004
Books: Queenly tale of royal excess; The First Elizabeth. By Carolly Erickson (Robson Books, pounds 17.95). An Elizabethan Progress. By Zillah Dovey (Sutton, pounds 10.99). Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. Edmonds, Richard 1506
Books: Strange goings-on in a Gorey old world; The Gashlycrumb Tinies and The Doubtful Guest. By Edward Gorey (Bloomsbury, pounds 5.99). Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. Edmonds, Richard 530
Books: The Foreman of letters; The Time of Our Time. By Norman Mailer (Abacus, pounds 12.99). Reviewed by Charlie Hill. Hill, Charlie 846
Boyzone mania rocks NEC; Teenage girls in their thousands raised the roof this week. Flemming Emil Hansen reports. Pictures: Stephen Murphy. Hansen, Flemming Emil 347
Bridgend tops Ford's wish list in Blair talks. 418
Briton faces jetski trial. 101
Business View: Peace at last as union divide healed - or is it? Duckers, John 741
Business Week. 1407
Cable workers fail to make the grade. 298
CARIBBEAN CALLING . . . by 8pm tonight. 777
CD reviews. 759
CD reviews. 444
Cemetery body is first of IRA's `disappeared'. Parkin, Chris 707
Chaos fears over plans for Carnival. 217
Child abuser led life of fantasy; Paedophile's drive of fear to suicide spot. Peachey, Paul; Morrison, James 717
CLUB GUIDE CLUB OF THE WEEK. Cowen, Andrew 2007
Comment: Drugs war is firing blanks. Wilson, David 505
Comment: Making Europe a local concern. Murphy, Simon 459
Comment: One small step to all-out war; Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie looks at the roots of the Kashmir crisis. Beattie, Jason 931
Conmen prey on woman, 93. 240
Convicted murderer arrested while on the run. 739
Cricket World Cup: Ganguly banking on quick getaway. Curtis, John 753
Cricket World Cup: Pakistan charge gathers pace. Gibson, Richard 850
Cricket World Cup: Zimbabwe bowlers 'must take game to SA'. 426
Cricket: Australians see chances drifting off line. 732
Cricket: Essex back in business. 182
Cricket: Leicester hit by injuries. 174
Cricket: Notts' Johnson runs riot. 162
Cricket: Shah saves Middlesex. 181
Cricket: Trescothick shows way. 186
Cricket: Weather stalls Yorkshire. 169
Cricket: When high-speed Amiss left India stalled on grid. Milledge, Adrian 442
Cricket: Win or bust for England at Edgbaston. Field, David 954
Cricket: Worcestershire happy to lay firm foundation; At Worcester (third day): Worcestershire 164 & 160 (16pts) beat Glamorgan 127 & 149 (4pts) by 48 runs. Milledge, Adrian 451
Customs foil international plot to smuggle spirits. 110
Cycling: Dashed good show raises Wauters up. 327
Dance CDs. 132
Dear Judge letter earns freedom. 232
Death camp activist held. 120
Death-crash driver facing jail. Posner, Michael 471
Defiant Collymore agrees to drug tests. Bishop, Rob 446
Diamonds are not forever as trading centre loses sparkle. Muller, Emma 744
Down Your Way: Shakespeare in trouble - oh deer; Ross Reyburn on a Warwickshire village that's celebrating the illegal exploits of a famous neighbour. Reyburn, Ross 1365
Drama and chaos for 300 passengers as bird breaks aircraft window. Aitchison, Neil 326
End of the road for luxury motoring? Williams, Philip 326
Entertainment: Rock memories are made of this; Are these the greatest rock and roll moments? 1507
EXHIBITIONS PICTURE OF THE WEEK. 672
Father tells of hopes for inquest on soldier son. 316
Flash in the pan venture costs Airsprung pounds 1.8m. 245
Food & Drink: Annie's kitchen. 576
Food & Drink: Getting the juices flowing; Pulp fiction is a reality at Birmingham's Essential Juice Bar, says Finola Lynch. Lynch, Finola 637
Food & Drink: Turning up the heat for a fuller flavour. 584
Food & Drink:Out with the new, in with the old; The success of the New World whites has led us back to the old country, says Ros Dodd. Dodd, Ros 738
Football: All eyes focus on Scottish prize. Gaunt, Ken 258
Football: Bosnich confirms quest for keeper. Bishop, Rob 243
Football: Francis puts record straight as Blues edge closer to resolving differences. Milledge, Adrian 395
Football: Gentle giant who scaled the heights; Cyrille Regis is about to get his due reward, writes Football Correspondent Rob Bishop. Bishop, Rob 1009
Football: Inspired Sheringham ushered through England door that never closes. Barlow, Matt 753
Football: Play-offs - Manchester City v Gillingham: Lee expects Royle show from City. 226
Football: Season review - West Bromwich Albion: Perfidious Albion let side down all round; Michael Ward is relieved to watch a dismal campaign put out of its misery. Ward, Michael 904
Football: Season review - Wolverhampton Wanderers: Golden future still lies over horizon; Ged Scott recalls the latest chapter in a soap opera which keeps repeating. Molineux men battling on but end-of-season gate is locked. Scott, Ged 1005
Football: Thompson's initiative in Hawthorns fight. Ward, Michael 354
Football: Wenger ready to rotate matters. 433
Football:Play-offs - Scunthorpe v Leyton Orient: Hollins sees Sheldon as ace in pack. 218
Football:Play-offs - Watford v Bolton Wanderers: Taylor looks forward to life on top. 402
Football:Season review - Coventry City: Sky Blues accustomed to life on top-flight tightrope; Rob Bishop says it was another tale of shattered nerves at Highfield Road. Bishop, Rob 658
Football:Season review - Walsall: Saddlers confound pessimists with ability to bounce back from defeat; Mental toughness brought its reward to Bescot, says Paul Marston. Marston, Paul 671
Full tilt towards chaos on rails. Ede, Charisse 648
Fun-seekers make a slow getaway; Another holiday, another gridlock for M-way drivers. Brady, Emma 603
Gardening Club: Dressing down for the garden. Sturridge, Peter 499
Gardening diary. 654
Gardening: Beware soft bedding plants and hard frosts; Roger Clarke dishes out the advice as the annual plantfest gets underway. Clarke, Roger 1170
Gardening: Tropical taste to the city; Ross Reyburn is on the trail of Birmingham Botanical Gardens' new head gardener. Reyburn, Ross 886
Ged Scott's column: Ceasefire may not hold up. Scott, Ged 271
Ged Scott's column: Drugs-infected dirt sticking to Dallaglio. Scott, Ged 263
Ged Scott's column: Good, but not that good! Scott, Ged 1445
Germany still in economic limbo; Storm clouds lift - but not everywhere. 415
Golf: Langer leads elite on sub-par march toward PGA title. Golf, MICHAEL BLAIR 741
Golf: Lomas laments his missing opportunites for birdies. Golf, MICHAEL BLAIR 546
Health: Going for the burn, baby; They take working out to another level. Alison Jones meets the gym addicts who just can't get enough fixes as they prepare to do battle for the title of 'fittest person'. Jones, Alison 1607
Helen Lucy's Style Counsel. 530
Henpecked binman blamed for rubbish pile. 241
Home loans lending tops pounds 5bn, say bankers. 225
Horror of lion attack. 149
Interiors: A subtle hint of India to spice up the home; Most people see a sari as something to wear. Su Satchwell tells Jo Ind how she has made it a feature of interior design. Ind, Jo 890
Interview Julia Roberts: She's pretty normal; Notting Hill star Julia Roberts talks to James Ashwood about her movie career and the fees she can now expect. Ashwood, James 1440
Interview Lisa Potts: Scars that will never heal for heroine Lisa. Lynch, Finola 2075
IT'S A FREE TICKET FOR THE CRICKET. 190
JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK. 561
Jobless take home comfort from life on the sidelines; Daniel Woolls looks behind the headlines to the reality of life for the unemployed in Madrid. Woolls, Daniel 791
John Bright Business Diary: Wannabes can take a leaf from the expert's book. 761
Judge shows mercy to farmer in `Dukes of Hazzard' car chase. McCARTHY, ROSS 461
Judges deal last blow in battle over hospital. Medical, JON HUNT 400
Just the Job: Employers must give the hard sell. Edgar, Jeff 518
Kashmir `could see nuclear war' Conflict over disputed territory escalates. Harris, Bill 584
Less is more as Allders looks ahead. 260
Letters: China as guilty as the west. 2048
Life nine times for paedophile kidnap fiend. 596
Major day for Crypt Chapel as James and Emma wed. Moncrieff, Chris 475
Man arrested in hunt for Jill Dando's killer. 217
Market Report: Quake hits Wall Street - not many dealers hurt in London. 561
Me and my health: Jancis Robinson. 918
Memorial to Home Front. 138
Midlands Millennium: Spaghetti wonder that grew and grew; Chris Upton looks back at the building of Birmingham's Gravelly Hill Interchange, now aged 27, while Ross Reyburn, below, reports on how the famous structure has survived. Upton, Chris 927
Mothercare chief quits. 116
Motorsport: Coulthard denies any attempt at deception. Gordon, Ian 332
MP calls for restraint on Kashmir clashes. Revill, John 288
Nationalists fail to block parade by Orangemen. Kite, Melissa 350
Night out in London Much ado about nothing much; De La Guarda. Roundhouse. Box Office: 0171 424 9800. Private Lives. Lyttelton. Box Office: 0171 452 3000 The House of Bernarda Alba. Young Vic. Box Office: 0171 928 6363. Maunsell, Indi Boyd 472
Not yet pasta its prime; Concrete jungle: David Cropper keeps an eye on Spaghetti Junction. Cropper, David 582
Nuts & Bolts Light up your outside. 757
Personal Finance: 'Insiders' swoop after IBM takeover. 398
Personal Finance: 'Island economies' and potential gains beckon UK investors. Cochran, Frank S 633
Personal Finance: Bank rumours boost FTSE. 279
Personal Finance: Buy-to-let demand soaring. 191
Personal Finance: Cashing in with the rare bears. 137
Personal Finance: Confusing directions lead investors down blind alley over Brown's brainchild; Special correspondent Peter Axon begins a two-part look at the impact of Individual Savings Accounts. Axon, Peter 767
Personal Finance: Customers who fall victim to bank 'robberies'. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 731
Personal Finance: Cycle thefts still soaring. 184
Personal Finance: Divorce may cost a slice of your pension. Cockerill, Vivien 375
Personal Finance: Double your A&L money. 115
Personal Finance: Egg takes a step back in time. 118
Personal Finance: Investors can get on top Down Under; Pacific offers promise. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 592
Personal Finance: IRA bomber on short fuse over investments. 176
Personal Finance: Isa you like them or you are totally against them. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 558
Personal Finance: Lessons in high finance. 92
Personal Finance: Petrol, milk ... and cash. 84
Personal Finance: Stress aid for accident victims. 449
Personal Finance: Stress-free weddings in paradise. 154
Personal Finance: Suicide ruling ends years of protection for life insurers. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 580
Personal Finance: Wary savers demand a top return for money. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 299
PICK OF THE WEEK. 365
Play it again - and mainly in English; Has it really been a year? says Phil Gould. The Eurovision Song Contest is back and broadcast tonight on BBC1 and Radio 2. Acts from 23 countries strut their stuff tonight for the annual Eurovision Song Contest at 8pm. Gould, Phil 1173
Pledge to clean up Brussels from the inside. 463
Police issue warning about rogue Ecstasy. 216
Pop charts. 128
Post Script: Cosimo Cavallaro creates a room covered in 1,000lb of melted cheese. 87
pounds 1m blaze at coach garage was arson. 677
pounds 1m health handout cures emergencies at hospitals. Medical, JON HUNT 435
Profile: Kevin Lomax Chairman of Misys Making an after-dinner mint. Jacobs, Kurt 1324
Property: Owning a slice of history. Lennox, Marsya 874
Racing: Peace of Mind is just what punters need. Veritas 341
Racing: Richard Hughes 233-1 Nottingham treble. 264
RACING: WIN THE CHANCE TO SEE THE VODAFONE DERBY. 219
Rambling: Walking along a splendid Brown field site. Shuey, Richard 662
Review: On song with rich comedy; Rich Hall The Glee Club. Clarke, Frank 218
Review: Wide awake experience; Coma Warwick Arts Centre. Adams, Steve 239
Rover opens Thailand barriers pounds 185m manufacturing plant will not affect British investment plans. O'BRIEN, JAMES 548
RSPCA accused of double standards after asking hunt to shoot pony. Hutchinson, Lynn 376
Rugby Union: Sevens up is Woodward's choice for stimulation of promising English talent. 530
Ryanair set for take-off with new Euro routes. Williams, Philip 353
Sacked town hall worker set to appeal. Luck, Deborah 256
Shares rise as Widney nears conclusion to takeover talks. 273
Shining a light on the written word. 491
Shipwreck Britons reunited with worried families. Allison, Rebecca 325
Single living, double the fun. Edmonds, Lucinda 523
Six-day orgy of torture that ended in murder of woman. Broadley, Ashley 628
Sophie and Edward `bear no grudge' against woman who sold topless photo. Kwatra, Anjali 355
South Africa's first black Test cricketer gets six years for rape. 222
Special moment. 117
Speedway: Wolves left to rue their lost talent; Poole 54 Wolves 33. Pearson, Nigel 231
Spy's book profits battle. 90
Stormy start to the bank holiday. 722
Tennis: Plant can still rock them on the courts at Bewdley. Tennis, MICHAEL WARD 360
Tennis: Rusedski cruises on as Henman swings out. Malley, Frank 887
Tennis: Williams ousted by Fernandez. 225
THE PITS STOP?; How does motorway food stand up to the taste test? Finola Lynch takes a bite - and, right, offers alternatives for the hungry traveller. Lynch, Finola 1651
The white heat of cool; Want to bring a little summer to your home? Keep it stylish, says Gabriel Roberts. Roberts, Gabriel 779
THEME FOR THE DAY. 782
Three priests die in crash. 180
Three years for `worst air rage attack'. 334
Travel: New century: new horizons; The great escape is on - but where will you be celebrating the millennium, asks Jackie Brown? Brown, Jackie 1094
Travel: Not just here for the beer; Mike Watson discovers Hamburg has more to offer than just its breweries. Watson, Mike 772
Travel: Of dreaming squires; Hannah Stephenson samples a taste of rural life with the huntin' and shootin' set. Stephenson, Hannah 802
Tribal violence toll hits 17. 83
Two years for killing husband; Former policeman had become sexual deviant. Ross, Anne Marie 520
Villages give a warm welcome to incomers. 213
With the benefit of hindsight: Hungary pays cost of stretching Soviet patience to the limit; The Warsaw Pact turned out to be not the prelude to a new era of independence, writes historian Dr Chris Upton. Upton, Chris 587
Your Honour: A career dedicated to four-wheeled quality; David Baxter was awarded an MBE for his long and distinguished services to the defence industry. 853

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