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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 5, 1999)

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'Sold short' Incepta goes on a charm offensive. City, GUY DRESSER 236
A levels in deceit and degrees in falsehood. Martingale, Moira 171
Adventurer quits his world trek. 162
Anger over doctors' `slap in the face'. 335
Author's niece defends Just William. Hamilton, Chris 515
Baby agony of schoolgirl doctors 'failed to help'. Aston, Paul 763
Balkans Conflict: Britain and France display united front to reinforce allied resolve. Deane, John; Clarke, Michael 548
Balkans Conflict: British charities prepare to accept 1,000 refugees a week. Butler, Jo 413
Balkans Conflict: Nine out of ten Kosovars forced from their homes. Meade, Geoff 415
Balkans Conflict: Serbs' cash or bullets ultimatum. 151
Balkans Conflict: Yugoslav MiG is shot down in dogfight. Roberts, Bob 277
Baseball victory marred by star who refused to head for home. 298
Beauford aims to cut losses with sales. 200
Blair calls on Serbs to oust Milosevic. 343
Brixton Estate sells offices for pounds 28m. 82
Bus drivers turn Millennium party poopers with pounds 1,000 bonus demand. Brady, Emma 590
Cheating scandal rocks house of cards. 199
Church hits out over 'teenage porn mags'. 230
Countryside `under threat from councils'. 232
Court jails woman nearly ten times drink-drive limit. 550
CRICKET Ranatunga free-to-air stump stance is a Stewart turn-off. Hodgson, Myles 742
Cricket: Snubbed Crawley delivers answer in winning style; NATWEST TROPHY REVIEW. 558
Cricket: South Africans are bowled by Dukes. Manthorp, Neil 446
Cricket: Stelling dashes hopes of Board's ambitions. 429
CWS banks on success and Christmas cheer. City, MARTIN WOOD 847
Delighted Court gets green light to leap hurdle and join new club; ATHLETICS. Ward, Michael 458
Diamond is not forever. 161
Dream wedding for breakfast show couple. 254
Drug barons 'may target Kosovar refugees'. Drainey, Nick 391
Drunken roles win no Oscars. Martingale, Moira 262
E-fit clue in hunt for driver who dragged WPc. Luck, Deborah 203
Engineering a different image. 393
Europe remains defiant over ban on hormone-treated beef. 272
Ex-soldier faces trial in Hong Kong. 264
Fast-lane motorway cyclist lucky to be alive - police. 113
Film industry urged to compete with US blockbusters. Tasker, Belinda 404
Fire sparks black out. 131
Fire strike 'inevitable'. 224
Fond memories of a favourite trouper give the hospice a hand. Slim, John 761
Football Albion's Hughes talks delayed as Rangers join race. Ward, Michael 530
Football: Blues to defy odds - Marsden. Ward, Michael 361
Football: Celebrating Saddlers show early First Division form; Walsall 2 Fulham 2. Scott, Ged 598
Football: Imagine Lennon in Villa midfield. 406
Football: Molby has style to put Harriers on the map. 617
Football: Nilsson looks for grand finale before departing. Bishop, Rob 185
Football: Wolves in play-off limbo; Grimsby Town 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0. Bishop, Rob 693
For 'er indoors at No 10 it's been law-law, not jaw-jaw; Finola Lynch tries to assess the performance of Cherie Blair. Lynch, Finola 381
For sale - the pounds 35m dream home; Kensington mansion is most expensive in Britain. Willey, Jo 542
Former boxing champion denies assaulting woman. 762
GOLF Nailcote's short course proving long on history and star names; Ged Scott looks forward to an influx of European Tour talent at an unlikely Midland venue next month. Scott, Ged 809
Hairy-scary all the way to the bank. Martingale, Moira 651
Here's one twist everyone can see coming; Patrick Marks on nature's most destructive force. Marks, Patrick 903
House prices continue to rise. 86
How Tony Blair now speaks for the nation. Stuart, Gisela 700
Hunt for camera that may reveal mountain secrets. 388
Hunt for sex attacker. 132
I was at fault over scandal says Ahern. 244
Inquiry for jinxed jet passengers. 211
Inventor begins pounds 6m battle over armour. 272
Israel bombs hit guerrilla stronghold. 149
Judge us on the results, says Hague. 441
Jury demands killer Ng is put to death. 176
Lasmo seeks Monument deal. 238
Lending on up as homes market springs back. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 383
Man in black shoots boy in the head. 167
Man tries to punch hole in jet's window. Tolputt, Harriet 331
Manuscript of Diana funeral song to be sold for charity. 248
Meacher gushes forth on saving water. Brown, Amanda 265
Men at the top set to leave Diageo. 168
Muggers leave student in pool of blood. 220
Museum officials seal the secret of Jesus plotter. 488
My time with school killers. 167
Mystery gift brings hope for Shannon. 243
New Labour of love; Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie says Tony Blair has already stamped his mark on the decade. Beattie, Jason 1402
Northern Leisure's coach trip to growth. City, GUY DRESSER 404
Now it's not so painful. 137
Our legal and moral duty to put safety first. 586
Patriots, pigs and other pet hates; Animals may be dumb, but their owners can be pretty stupid too. 284
Peril of Gulf guns on the streets. 148
Police crack down on under-age drinking. 731
Police sift new clues in hunt for Dando killer. Allison, Rebecca 536
Politics and pot-holes. 510
POST REVIEWS Lenny's large look at life; Lenny Henry Symphony Hall. Clarke, Frank 243
Post Script. 80
Post Style: Armed for action; Tone those arm muscles and open up a whole new strappy tops wardrobe, says Gabriel Roberts. Roberts, Gabriel 925
POST STYLE: CONSUMING PASSIONS The retail trade is no joke; Jim Green tells Jo Ind about his shop in Walsall which was founded by his great-great grandfather. Ind, Jo 863
Post Style: Hotel breaks at your leisure!; Competition. 299
Post Style: Interiors: Driving you up the wall; Are you bored with the same old paint effects? Jo Ind says there are plenty more for the ambitious to master. Ind, Jo 787
Post Style: INTERVIEW: The Honest Actress and a fight to eat cream buns; Alison Jones meets the beautiful Jacqueline Bisset and discovers she hates the way she looks - but fights the flab for the sake of a few treats. Alison Jones meets the beautiful Jacqueline Bisset and discovers she hates the way she looks - but fights the flab for the sake of a few treats. Jones, Alison 1275
Post Style: Pub Guide. 1842
Post Style: Ring changes at the Old Bell; COMPETITIONS. 314
Post Style: Say cheese for a superb picnic hamper; Competition. 345
Post Style: Side Orders. 461
Post Style: Table Talk: Twisting British at Brown's; Alison Davison enjoys the atmosphere at a Worcester restaurant where it would be impossible to have a bad meal. Davison, Alison 913
Post Style: The World According to.....Sid Langley. Langley, Sid 776
Post Style: Working woman a soft touch; As crisp shoulder-padded suits go out, in come the fluid and feminine lines, says Jo Ind. Ind, Jo 224
Powergen keeps its Atlantic dream alive. 331
Praise for crimebusting cameras. 242
Profit-taking ends FTSE's climb. 430
Racing: Housemaster forgets vital homework. Veritas 567
Recruitment Company Launch. 101
Repair scheme puts Labour on the road to controversy. 236
Residents go back on warpath over supermarket plan. 285
RJB starts to dig in for a profits drop of pounds 10m. 216
Rugby Union: Worcester speculate to promote their case. Ward, Michael 382
Sex and death in the suburbs. McCARTHY, ROSS 556
Sikh leaders to meet police chiefs after celebration turned into stand-off. Worrall, Boris 333
Sitcom sensation - and he's real! Martingale, Moira 438
Sluggish shares leave Incepta with its biggest public relations job yet. 762
Spencer's wife settles new claim. 188
Staff gain Sachs of gold from NY float. 285
Tackle wrecked player's career. Marland, Ian 614
Take steps to help education. 375
Tanks A lot Chantel. 368
Teenagers whipped naked boy after robbery. 354
Tennis: Rusedski grounded again on clay. 429
Terrorism by lethal loners; Modern killers can operate at distance, say experts. Deane, John 495
The thrills keep on coming from a tricky classic; Playwright Anthony Shaffer talks to Terry Grimley about the remarkable success of his first play, Sleuth. Grimley, Terry 1401
Tories counting on free tax ticket in stronghold. Summers, Deborah 433
Tories cry foul over Labour's bus pass scare election leaflets. Summers, Deborah 505
Torture defence begins in Yemen trial. Ede, Charisse 456
Triple-death driver had been drinking. Allen, Nick 469
Trophies are uppermost as Ferguson signs new deal; FOOTBALL. 472
Trusting girl `strangled by camouflaged loner'. Beal, Peter; Benattar, Mark 552
Twisters leave trail of tragedy; US tornado death toll may reach 45. Fenwick, Ben 691
Valuable virtuosity; Freddie Kempf Avoncroft Museum, Bromsgrove. Bradshaw, John 241
Wakeham takes note. 170
We'll cope without Dasa, says BAe chief. Duckers, John 623
We're second class citizens. 1786
Whitbread fight brewing. 109
Willey testifies 'Clinton's hands were all over me'. 353
Women's bitter plot of love; Twist in rivals' battle over burial. Worrall, Boris 540
Youngsters try ardour; Birmingham Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra Adrian Boult Hall. Morley, Christopher 204
zSNOOKER Knockers spurred Hendry to record title. Curtis, John 485

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