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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 28, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'Outraged' police chief blamed for cutbacks. Gray, Chris 273
'Peter Perv' sex pest bombarded phone girls with obscene calls. McCARTHY, ROSS 296
'Stop drinking our blood and die'. Demourian, Avet 650
'Suspicious' death of boy, 6, who fell 14 floors. 297
14 bodies found in grave. 83
A Fantazia of Algeria's past; Martin Longley discovers that Yazid Fentazi is a good mixer. 445
A new face Oasis have never met. 470
Advantage promotes high-tech hope for new Silicon Valley. Deshmukh, Anita 617
Aerospace industry booming. 168
Army sex charge inquiry. 98
Athletics: Harriers battle for supremacy. Ward, Michael 356
Atkins buys Adtranz arm. 101
Axe falls on Red Cross home for women. Aston, Paul 248
Blair aims to steer clear of trade war. 365
Boardroom pay goes up by 17pc. 307
Body of fisherman found. 110
British food's seal of approval; Brown moves to answer fears of consumers beef. Cordon, Gavin; Murphy, Eileen 788
Brown's pledge over 'information underclass'. 283
Capital joins digital line-up. 87
Car smash tragedy. 87
Chamber leads trade mission to Singapore. 359
Child's play which grips and frustrates; Terry Grimley reviews Baby Doll at Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 410
City View: Sporting chance to escape raiders; It's far too soon to be shooting off the heavy ammunition. 411
Classics come out of the woodwork; Mary Chapin Carpenter talks to Simon Evans about her new album which may or may not be a greatest hits collection. 839
Clean sweep. 276
COMMENT Down Under is up and running. Hastilow, Nigel 663
Condition that makes sufferers suicidal. 204
Countdown to reform for Parliament's Upper House. 181
Countdown to...something. 165
Court victory for gay fathers over surrogate twins. Linden, Martha 411
CPS background to the pounds 6 theft case row. 871
Cricket: Amiss the man for all reasons at Edgbaston. 626
Cricket: England secure camp before venturing into dangerous territory. Hodgson, Myles 738
Cricket: Lord's computer sends out improved rations; Local derby enthusiasts have an early treat with both Warwickshire and Worcestershire in the same Benson & Hedges Cup group. Cricket, JACK BANNISTER 741
Cricket: Solanki sees tourists home safe. 279
Douglas' son on drugs charge. 80
Drug withdrawn after deaths. 127
Ex-policeman appeals rape convictions. 375
Extended GM trials fail to impress food campaigners. Deane, John 766
Factory farming under fire; 'Harmful to animals and environment'. O'BRIEN, JAMES 481
Family close a chapter in Lord Lucan saga. 289
Fire officer hits out at fireworks vandals. 736
Firms join war on global warming. Williams, Philip 494
Flood of of advice about water pollution. 360
Football: Ardiles' men no obstacle in path of efficient Reds; Croatia Zagreb 1 Manchester United 2. 506
Football: Arsenal out to Batistuta wonder goal; Arsenal 0 Fiorentina 1. 350
Football: Barcelona put out five-goal warning; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 210
Football: Little interest as fallen hero fails to sparkle. 232
Football: Magical Marcelo to Blues' rescue; Queens Park Rangers 2 Birmingham City 2. Scott, Ged 663
Football: Scotland boss aims Swedish jibe at England. 294
Football: Super-sub Sinton's wait goes on. Bishop, Rob 481
Football: UEFA Champions League,. 116
Football: Unrepentant Gregory fails to get any change out of FA panel. Bishop, Rob 591
Former headmaster guilty of molesting boys. 517
Formula One: Hill can go out on high - Jordan. Gordon, Ian 361
Future looks bright as Crew is bought out. 197
Gearhouse denies takeover rumours. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 203
Golf: Belfry back on Tour's road map. Scott, Ged 226
Golf: Faldo can play leading role to cool Cup heat. Blair:, Michael 798
Golf: Rose blooming in Spanish sunshine. 406
Golf: Tragedy casts shadow on Monty's title hunt. Golf, MARK GARROD 695
Gurkha pensions raised. 122
Home is where heart is when working abroad. Duckers, John 353
Hope for end to strikes as electrical contract workers win 30pc pay rise. 401
Hope for transatlantic trade deal; US and EU in bid to narrow differences. Hauser, Katherine 476
House sales beginning to ease say agents. O'BRIEN, JAMES 321
How stricken RAF jet's pilot cheated death over the sea. Hunter, Paul 731
Hyder in pounds 250m deal. 126
I'm born again, says Briton freed from drugs jail. 96
Inside the minds of the shy beef burghers. Meade, Geoff 626
Insolvency re-think puts pinch on lenders. Stonier, Katie 399
Jardiniere set for pounds 6.6m transplant. 380
Journalist wins police notes battle. 262
Joy and anger as primary class sizes fall. 465
Key deals bring pounds 2m stock market boost for Delcam. 212
Leader: Closed minds in the courts. 546
Lessons in reform for livestock producers. 593
Letter: Forget Europe, let's join the U S. 1318
Life in the country lost to generation. 285
Lockheed package may net LSC pounds 150m. Halstead, Ian 399
Longbridge in frame for Rolls-Royce plant. O'BRIEN, JAMES 274
Mad council disease. Aitchison, Neil; Gray, Chris 752
Marianne unfaithful to everyone at some time; Liberty, equality and fraternity yes. Fidelity, no says Jessica Hart, looking at a nation which has never grown up. 1023
Market Report: Race was on over Ladbroke hopes. 349
Metal in women's bras acted as conductor for fatal lightning strike. Allison, Rebecca 792
Millennium pay row threat to elderly. 383
Millions of memories for biggest Lottery ever. 268
Minimum wage anger as bosses fail to pay. 378
Mitchell finds new openings for peace. 358
More Tarmac share deals. 172
Mortgage repossessions fall. 268
Morton's way shows shares the higher ground. 252
NatWest leads way as axe falls on 2,500 jobs. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 571
Neighbour used TV set to kill. Ross, Anne Marie 856
New life for old land as village plan goes ahead. 254
No-show business leaves fans in the cold. Hunt, Jon 338
Now lollipop ladies feel the heat from road rage. 196
Offenders to be given justice within 24 hours. 244
Orange chief urges rivals to come clean over hidden mobile charges. Brown, Caroline 397
Pensioner escapes after explosion starts blaze. 199
Pig farmers in mucky protest. 338
Police find luggage after student's mystery death. Ross, Anne Marie 508
Police plea over body in lake. Keely, Alistair 204
POST REVIEWS A Titan of the Clash; Joe Strummer Civic Hall, Wolverhampton. 327
POST REVIEWS Taster of Moorish songs; Spanish Baroque Music Barber Institute Birmingham University. 239
Post Script. 110
pounds 1.5m Focus for Mansell. 100
pounds 180,000 for sterilised woman who had baby. Aston, Paul 263
Praise from Blair for Web entrepreneur. City, MARTIN WOOD 207
Pressure clue to Payne death. 243
Princess praises town's youth drugs campaign. 268
Racing: Daylami settling in for Breeders' shot. Yates, David 389
Record sales of insurance boost CGU. Peters, David 301
Region gets triple boost with 500 extra jobs. Halstead, Ian 390
Reported race incidents rise by 75pc. 286
Rugby penalty for Lowe. 148
Rugby world cup: Angered Sale kick de Beer word to touch. 379
Rugby world cup: Dwyer won over on Aussies. Baldock, Andrew 453
Rugby world cup: Mehrtens on mend to face French test. 311
Sausages nappies and bleach on `rip-off' list give thje full list. 531
Scandinavian deals for bus operators. 206
Shipman broke news to husband on mobile. 672
Sony bows to the yen. 172
Stakes raised as family feud moves to court. Keely, Alistair 335
Standedge Tunnel. 129
Stores pick the best in British food. 162
Stourbridge closing in on summit; MIDLAND RUGBY. 302
Straw boosts planning for Millennium Bug disasters. 134
Struggling Sainsbury sees sales slipping. 225
Student tackles his first rugby match - with a broken neck. Revill, John 455
Ten-year blight nightmare. 293
TENNIS : Defeat forces Henman into scrap for Hanover. 166
The dangers of letting Brussels run our farms. 962
The Post Files. 653
Top woman mountaineer killed on Nepalese peak. Westcott, Sarah 343
Tourist cruises to rescue of drowning windsurfer. Aston, Paul 506
Troubled Laing to axe 850 jobs; Millennium stadium cost firm millions. City, MARTIN WOOD 489
Union leader calls for catering re-think. 379
Vantage for growth as work starts on part two. Freiberg, David 218
Vasectomy offer cut off by French. 165
Villages 'need flexibility'. 136
Wardrobe led police to pounds 31,000 cannabis haul in loft. Hopkins, Gary 277
Website windfall as founder sells out. 262
Welcome for planning 'breakthrough'. 349
West Midland arrest rates soar; More bobbies-on-beat policy pays off. Aitchison, Neil 1093
Weston exits stage left as RSC shakes up management structure. Arts, TERRY GRIMLEY 248
Whitbread cries over pounds 7.6m of spilt beer. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 548
Women take lead in industry's renaissance. 326
Woolsack protest shows we are right, says Blair. 220
Workers fear for jobs over plans for Customs & Excise advice centre shake-up. Deshmukh, Anita 266

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