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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 8, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'Devolution elections has strengthened UK'. 394
'Low risk' of chemical attack. 98
'Plague' rat returns to UK. 206
15 die as Nato cluster bomb hits market. 458
A heart beating with UK interests. Murphy, Simon 530
A hole lot of fun taking a look into freebies. 737
Addition sees gas giant grow. 242
After 40 years, Eddie banks on retirement. 498
Amex launches its new World Express Funds. 558
ANGLING: Wallinger lures record brown. Worth, Norman 563
Annie's Kitchen. 486
Anti-drugs message goes by bus. 141
ANTIQUES : Golden age of illustration; Richard Edmonds previews the Sotheby's sale featuring work by some of the 19th century's best illustrators. 1169
Are we better not knowing much about our pensions? 755
ARTS : Touching home bass with Dave. Longley, Martin 635
Asian falls see Footsie bank shares plummet. 502
BF accepts Wolseley's takeover offer of pounds 40m. City, GUY DRESSER 447
Big problems facing the fat Brits; Ros Dodd talks to a doctor dealing with the health risks posed by the fat of the land. 1007
Blunkett faces up to life under the Liberals. 337
BOOKS : Book now for a Grand literary night out. 575
Books: Futuristic battle with a Neanderthal virus; Darwin's Radio. By Greg Bear (HarperCollins, pounds 16.99) Reviewed by Christine Barker. 404
Books: History in the making; The Hinge Factor - How Chance and Stupidity Have Changed History. By Erik Durschmied (Hodder & Stoughton, pounds 14.99). Reviewed by Ross Reyburn. 900
Bosnia camp chief convicted of war crimes. 336
Boy's gun game was no barrel of laughs for mother. 448
Bringing back the glory. 802
Bug busters encounter language problem. Kinnaird, Alan 476
Business Week. 1308
Cable car horror pilot faces jail; Marine convicted of conspiracy over video. 417
Captured US soldiers threatened with death. Broadley, Ashley 561
Carpetbaggers may face a long wait. 450
Carpetbaggers sent packing; Society says 'It's time to turn the tables'. Halstead, Ian 547
Chance to head for six-figure salary. 484
Changing Rooms . . ? You must be joking. 182
Clinton faces pounds 300,000 penalty. 172
Clubbing: a new way of life; LIFESTYLE. 2257
Computer entrepreneur nets a soccer coop. 195
Copthorne man's right royal role. 305
CRICKET Frustrated Zimbabwe slip out of start gate. Ward, Michael 455
Cricket: Favourites tag may be bad for SA. Parkes, Ian 460
Cricket: Sheeraz has leanings for Shropshire. 142
Cricket: Warm-ups catch springtime chill. 491
Cutting edge of crafting cabinets; Jo Ind meets a cabinet maker who specialises in made to measure designs. Taking the idea of customised furniture right into the heart of a person's imagination, hopes and dreams. 965
Disasters born out of TV's DIY. 323
Dobson prescribes Viagra for more men. Frith, Maxine 414
Dockers set sail on pensions re-think. City, MARTIN WOOD 422
Dog recruits are a gift not to be sniffed at. 268
Dome II and Superbowl up for sale. 175
Don't shout, it's too soon for ecstasy, Mr Hague; It really is necessary for the Tories to get some perspective on these local election results, says Chris Game. 775
Everyday story of the activists. 242
First Leisure to sell Snowdome in three-way split. 241
FOOTBALL : Stakes rising as Villa prepare for final roll of dice. Milledge, Adrian 462
Football: Anelka: It's time to talk. 101
Football: Bortolazzi heads for Hawthorns exit. Scott, Ged 427
Football: Bristol on verge of inspired restoration. Baldock, Andrew 484
Football: Countdown to a closing conundrum for Francis. 475
Football: Coventry reel under West Ham pressure. 405
Football: Delight or tears for players in final act; THE PROMOTION AND RELEGATION PICTURE. 820
Football: Fulham bow to inevitable over Keegan's England commitment. Silver, Neil 473
Football: Here's hoping Freetown hits the bull. 210
Football: I can see clearly now the pain has gone; No looking back for modest Ehiogu with England ambitions to fulfil. 899
Football: Ipswich on a knife-edge as Burley looks for one final push; NATIONWIDE FOCUS. Baker, Steven 655
Football: Irwin to get no mercy. 96
Football: Reality clouds United vision. 897
Football: Saddlers fans urged not to stoke fires. 372
Football: Saints fan fires of travelling support in survival effort; PREMIERSHIP FOCUS. Scott, Ged 975
Football: Season's end omen as sands of time run out on Chester. 611
Football: Stewart opening up with bouncer. 336
Football: Strachan warns no pain, no gain for aspiring Huckerby. 317
Football: Stride defends 14pc rise in matchday prices. Bishop, Rob 446
Football: Tension still holds Lee on Wolves line. Bishop, Rob 681
Football: Time to tear a strip off Villa. 165
Ford greater with the sum of its parts; In Dearborn. Akre, Brian 595
Gardening: Challenge of the show judge. 1365
Gardening: Sowing seeds of success for finding new drugs. 838
Gates opens way to invest in safe haven; Unless the industry is very careful, ISAs will be the next banana skin and I can see it being something of a melee. 763
Getting to know ISAs. 188
Go down to the woods; NOW BOARDING. 382
Golf: Dark horse Robinson maintains birdie trail. Scott, Ged 526
Gradening: Mulch ado about lawn mowing. 503
H Spotlight puts pressure on Love's psyche. 176
Hell's Angels' wings clipped in Belgium. Meade, Geoff 240
Helping others to help themselves; YOUR HONOUR Peter Little has been awarded the MBE for his services to the Birmingham Rathbone Society. 778
Hockey: Bournville unwrap their old-time talent. Raymer, Paul 271
Holidaymaker in 20ft fall to death. 607
Honesty best policy, says Coventry. 159
IN A SMALL WAY A LEGEND IS REBORN; Ross Reyburn looks at the history of a famous line of steam trains and the men who are making them again. 1168
In at the deep end Barbados style; It took the warm and exotic waters of the Caribbean to temp Eileen Murphy on a scuba diving course. 937
Irish resting place for Oliver Reed. 90
It's sink or swim for Catney; Ross Reyburn visits a village that's fighting for its very survival against the combined forces of planners and developers. 1308
Jail for electrician in attack on naked bank manager. McCARTHY, ROSS 395
Jellabies are go as Winchester raises pounds 3.1m from placing. 269
Journey from the centre of the country. 743
Kashmiris pledge to serve whole community. 247
Knight's run drought puts England on back foot. 704
Knowing one's place. 614
Labour chief faces leadership challenge. Summers, Deborah 407
Lloyds warns of losses for two years. 180
Loan star Japan aims to be leader of the pack. Zaun, Todd 536
Loyal fans should make sure clubs score on investment front. 842
Macari's tears at son's funeral. 228
Mandela on a wing and a new prayer. 507
Match of the day between bank and football club. 160
Middle England takes its revenge. Worrall, Boris 601
Milken it for all he's worth; Junk bond king makes a comeback. White, Michael 659
Moseley determined to wave, not drown, as season slips away. Ward, Michael 532
MOTORSPORT Citroen still weigh heavy on McRae's mind. Gordon, Ian 360
MP hits out over hospital scaremongering; WYRE FOREST. 384
My lawsuit nightmare is over, says Wynette's widower. 212
Nato bombs Chinese embassy. Ilyas, Mohammed 434
Nato denies targeting hospital. Aston, Paul 446
Neo-Nazis threaten Irish soccer players. Ede, Charisse 378
New plates make car sales shine. Jacobs, Kurt 545
New tragedy for family as couple and child die. 163
News Digest: Death toll set to rise as quake destroys ten villages. 107
News Digest: Ecuador hosts drug patrols. 83
News Digest: Hotline flooded over gay ad. 97
News Digest: Priscilla wins damages. 97
No sense ruining field trials. 1744
Now there's mortgages for the green brigade; Each of the last five years has seen the Ecology rated the UK's fastest-growing society. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 704
Odd pairing as British troops share barracks with white stilettos. Harris, Bill 377
Only in America . . .; It may be historic, but North Carolina is as much a movie set as the rest of the US, writes Leigh Banks. 1723
Open verdict on schizophrenic in bridge fall. Aston, Paul 264
Options have changed at bank. 416
Party time as Hague brings home the bacon; Tory leader jubilant as Conservatives sweep back to power in 43 councils BROMSGROVE. Smith, Sue 497
Plaid Cymru sweeps Welsh heartlands. Berry, Brendan 760
Pleasures of role reversal. 650
Police fire on student cheats. 111
Post & Mail MD Chappell stands down. 204
pounds 900,000 damages for soccer player's career. Marland, Ian 519
PROFILE: On the right road to another fortune; Stuart Marks is sitting on technology to beat the biggest headache of modern life - gridlock. Philip Williams meets the jam buster. 1487
PROPERTY: Fashionable retreats in heart of the country; Marsya Lennox looks at adjoining renovated period properties in Shipston-on-Stour. 355
Pupils told to step out and keep cars off road. 169
Racing: Daliapour will prove case in Lingfield trial. Veritas 516
Racing: Stevens ride for Sir Michael. 156
Relax and let the surgeon begin. Wilson, Cate 467
Relaxing times down by the Riverside; takes a drive out to the Peak District to sample some genteel country living. Lynch, Finola 1187
Ringing changes after Telewest deal. 353
Roll out the rags, Helen's heading home; From next week Helen Lucy, star of BBC's Change That, will answer readers' letters on doing up their homes. She talks to Jo Ind. 600
Romanian visit heals a 1,000-year rift. 272
Roofing firm fined pounds 18,000 after death. 285
Rugby Europe or bust for nervy Bath; PREMIER ONE PREVIEW. 351
Rugby Union Stourbridge go that Extra mile. Ward, Michael 328
Rugby Union: Stour look to outgrow big six in Midlands. 819
Rugby: Woodward's England equipped to punch their weight Down Under. Baldock, Andrew 641
Safe haven for America. 246
Scots on rocks over a coalition; Labour must strike deal with Lib Dems. Gray, Chris 500
Shopping: Enjoying the 'Riggas' of DIY; In a tale of angst and torture, Finola Lynch recounts her IKEA self-assembly nightmare. 1793
Sitting pretty on a patio; INTERIORS NUTS BOLTS. Spencer, Richard 747
Spring in the air as lorry sales lead way. Jacobs, Kurt 515
Spy base to remain on same site in 'doughnut'. 373
Stabbed husband just said 'ouch' He walked on to knife, says accused wife. Hopkins, Gary 564
Stamping out a stark Royal study; Harry Hawkes reports on Royal Mail's new postage stamps to mark the forthcoming wedding of Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones. 867
Starting from the Finnish line. 1896
Sterling time to snap up a holiday home. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 592
Store wars set to break out as blockbuster film figures hit the shops. Murphy, Eileen 505
Straw plays game on first visit to refugees. Broadley, Ashley 334
Sunny side up for a good egg at the Pru. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 804
Support your local lottery. 419
Tellers put Steel on a knife-edge. 172
TENNIS Henman's adventure on clay ends at hands of Argentinian. 400
The birds and bees and a price that's worth paying? 581
The revival starts here vows Hague. Gray, Chris 654
The triumph of indifference. 455
Theatre under an absurd censor. 1476
Tragedy of pensioner in mix-up. 239
Tread carefully to the 'lost' cottage. 399
TSM: ARTS Discreet help for sounds of guitar; John Williams talks to Terry Grimley about the pros and cons of authenticity and guitar amplification. 1000
TSM: PICTURE OF THE WEEK; Works of art in public collections in the Midlands. 658
TSM: PROFILE RE-BORN TO RUN; Simon Evans charts the carefully orchestrated career of one of rock's brightest stars. 1259
UN experts prepare for aid mission. 176
Video nasties fuelled 'Brotherhood' Call for more controls as students are sentenced. Lyons, James; Hamilton, Chris 615
Visionary who turned base clay into gold; Chris Upton looks back at the birth of a great pottery-making tradition while, below, Ross Reyburn traces its modern development. 773
Voter apathy takes it toll at the polls. 539
Walks on the water side; Waterside Walks in Warwickshire. By Richard Shurey (Countryside Books, pounds 6.95). 477
We'll show Hughes the money; Albion in pounds 8,000-a-week offer Contrary to what has been reported, finance has not been an issue. John Wile. Scott, Ged 546
Wedgwood bring visitors into the 21st century. 771
Wines we can't whine about. 1018
Women prove the driving force behind Britain's mobile HQ. Woods, Mark 324
World is totally unprepared for outbreak of smallpox, warn doctors. RADOWITZ, JOHN von 345
Young gun joins old hero in great escapade The great escapade as old hero War hero and student win wings as councillors. Brady, Emma 242
Your chance to own a bit of history. 599

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