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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 25, 1999)

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'Street' wedding drama. 123
Aitken books to go under the hammer. 259
Al Fayed and Rees-Jones case reserved. 176
All Blacks stars try to help paralysed rugby player. 323
Andreotti acquitted after three-year trial. 279
Angling: Sparkling Smith proves king of Greenhill's ton-up contest. Worth, Norman 539
Antiques: You have to be sharp over glass; Richard Edmonds toasts a sparkling exhibition of 18th century rarities. Edmonds, Richard 1192
Appointments: Andersen bids howdy to its new partners. 298
Bail for driver accused of Dome doorman's death. 133
Basketball: Walker fit for Bullets' great north adventure. Milledge, Adrian 350
Birmingham Post Comment: Wrong tax, wrong time. 456
Books: Absorbing journey of personal discovery; Cocaine Train. By Stephen Smith (Little Brown, pounds 17.99). Reviewed by Jane Jones. Jones, Jane 387
Books: Hollywood without the heart; George Lucas: A Biography. By John Baxter (Harper Collins, pounds 17.99). Reviewed by Charlie Hill. Hill, Charlie 467
Books: Just browsing. 382
Books: Secrets (a few) of a star; Rowan Atkinson. By Bruce Dessau (Orion, pounds 18.99). Reviewed by Simon Evans. Evans, Simon 815
Books: The British Market Hall - A Social & Architectural History. 257
Books: The early years of a British bulldog; Churchill - Wanted Dead or Alive . By Celia Sandys (Harper Collins , pounds 19). Speaking for Themselves - The Personal Letters of Winston and Clementine Churchill. Edited by their daughter Mary Soames (Black Swan, pounds 15). Reviewed by Ross Reyburn. Reyburn, Ross 1035
Books: The rise and fall of a British Prime Minister. 424
Boxing: Rothmann stubs out Norton's title. Milledge, Adrian 346
Burglars jailed for killing heart attack OAP. Broadleigh, Ashley 431
Buses get the hump over subway work. 188
Business View. 1375
Business View: Workshy's bad attitude must be overcome. Duckers, John 811
Callaghan accuses the media. 129
Cappuccino war hots up in city. 90
Careworker jailed for abuse. 93
Caterers ignore GM food label laws. 198
Christmas is coming and those geese are getting fat; As geese grow in popularity for feast days, Finola Lynch takes an early gander at a large free-range flock in Worcestershire. Lynch, Finola 1362
Chrysler chief goes in huge shake-up. 460
Collecting: Royal Doulton sale of century. Hawkes, Harry 967
Corner shop with just a tot of magic; Ros Dodd discovers a surprise in store, past the fruit 'n' veg, in one Cornish grocer's. Dodd, Ros 497
Cricket: Sri Lanka consolidate Test lead. 388
Diver expedition tragedy. 127
Down Your Way: There's crow place like home; Ross Reyburn finds there'll be scary goings-on at one Worcestershire village this weekend. Reyburn, Ross 1503
Evans gets the boot. 90
Fans with a flare for nostalgia; It was the night the 70s came back to life and Alistair Keely was there. Keely, Alistair 744
Five die as Russian jets pound Chechnya. 331
Flat-cap Robber's appeal refused. Posner, Michael 443
Food & Drink: Annie's kitchen. 475
Football: Blues goal to confirm point with panache. Milledge, Adrian 433
Football: Ged Scott on Saturday - Master's voice is still final word. Scott, Ged 1315
Football: Gregory sees beyond Foxes' unrest in quest to lay bogey. Bishop, Rob 622
Football: Helpless Shrews ground down in Mansfield's Mill of despair; Mansfield Town 4 Shrewsbury Town 0. Binnersley, Brian 263
Football: Johnson in loan deal. 98
Football: Little has design on more home improvements. Ward, Michael 435
Football: Mersey rivals cross paths at Aggborough; NON-LEAGUE FOCUS. Ward, Michael 383
Football: Muscat seeking double delight. Bishop, Rob 310
Football: pounds 6m Robbie still Keane on life with Sky Blues. Bishop, Rob 423
Football: Watch this space insists O'Neill. 863
Football: Youngsters land Saddlers chance. Bishop, Rob 400
Fox-hunt failure helps Foster head power list. Ilyas, Mohammed 497
Fraud claims ruined my political career. Worrall, Boris 717
Freed Rix admits unlawful sex was 'mistake'. Moynihan, Tim 339
Frocks and shocks in fashion's best of British week. Pattinson, Georgina 695
FSB branch faces inquiry. 80
Fury over estate tenant who lives in Hong Kong. 313
Gardening Club: Clean sweep for autumn. Surridge, Peter 471
Gardening: Beetle mania - and how you can finally cure it; Roger Clarke reports on some exciting products from the Garden and Leisure Exhibition. Clarke, Roger 902
Gardening: Diary. 514
Gardening: Secret garden takes a bough; Ross Reyburn samples the surprising delights of the University of Birmingham Botanic Garden at Winterbourne. Reyburn, Ross 704
Ged Scott's Sporting Week: Bescot battering not the ticket for deserted Saddlers. Scott, Ged 947
Golf: Dominating English high on seven-up; HOME INTERNATIONALS. 292
Golf: Ryder Cup - Europe's fighters silence big guns. Golf, MARK GARROD 978
Golf: Ryder Cup - Sergio's blazing star shines best in heat of battle. Malley, Frank 985
Groovy grandparents show they can party on and on. 276
Harlech protests his innocence over crash. Aston, Paul 652
Health: A lesson in meningitis for every student; Knowing how to spot the symptoms of meningitis probably saved Emma Strange's life. Ros Dodd reports on a new health initiative for students. Dodd, Ros 893
High Court ruling leaves boxing chiefs on the ropes. Colley, Jan; Aston, John 659
HIV couple avoid hospital. 146
Hockey: Crutchley calls it quits at Cannock. Raymer, Paul 588
House price forecast raised. 126
How Internet revolution sparked a takeover frenzy by cost-cutting banks. Williams, Philip 302
How Wall Street sneeze could end a pounds 1bn dream. Williams, Timothy 695
Huge subsidy needed to save parking tax. Revill, John; Gray, Chris 454
I trade on the Net - and now I've bought an island. Jackson, Maggie 695
Interiors: Nuts & Bolts. 855
Interiors: Style counsel. Lucy, Helen 470
Interiors: Su wins the space race; In the second of an occasional series in which we peep through the keyholes of interior designers' houses, Su Satchwell tells Jo Ind about her contemporary Cotswold home. Ind, Jo 876
Interview Madhur Jaffrey: Madhur's Indian summer. Lynch, Finola 1987
INTERVIEW PAUL MERTON: JOURNEY BACK IN TIME; Have I Got News For You? star Paul Merton recalls the days when his manic behaviour led to him being a suitable case for treatment. He talks to Rob Driscoll. Driscoll, Rob 991
IRA 'behind threat' to kill nine. 294
Jehovah's Witness preyed on boys. 327
John Bright business diary: Dillon and Inchley - they're a right pair . . .err . . .I mean a wrong pair. 952
Junior doctors delay vote. 121
Just the job: Enthusiasm pays interview dividends. Becque, Lucy 580
Labour is serving confusion on a plate. Bushill-matthews, Philip 599
Legal-aid prisoner wins damages suit for Far East nightmare. Ross, Anne Marie 603
Let the good times roll on; As the United States enjoys a spectacular economic boom, Post business correspondents report on the spread of wealth from Wall Street to Main Street, USA. Crutsinger, Martin 885
Letters: Bypassing Highway Code. 1791
LIFESTYLE: 98 WAYS IN JUST DAYS; Everyone knows the benefits of a fit and healthy life - and most people say they are starting next week . . . But with 98 days until the new millennium, there has never been a better time to get healthy. 2335
Living it up: Babbling artists are not lost for words; Andrea Boesgaard enjoys a spell at a new art show. Pictures by Jeremy Pardoe. Boesgaard, Andrea 230
Magpies' nutritionist forged job credentials. Woods, Mark 263
Man jailed for fraud on friends. 180
Market Report: FTSE fails to cash in on bank bid as US market fears take hold. 386
Midlands Millennium: Man on municipal mission; Chris Upton looks back on the work of local government champion Joseph Chamberlain. Ross Reyburn sees how Birmingham remembers him. Upton, Chris 1256
Mike goes into a dangerous tale spin; While Junior Minister Mike O'Brien has been caught spinning a line, we should be worried about the others, who've yet to be detected, says Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie. Beattie, Jason 962
Motor Racing: Schumacher pouring oil on team-mate Irvine's path to world title glory; FORMULA ONE. Gordon, Ian 549
MP denies Alliance apology over BNP link. 371
Murray tries to tempt Leek staff. Halstead, Ian 352
My amicable (so far) divorce. Edmonds, Lucinda 639
Mystery man is cleared in Jill Dando murder inquiry. 118
NatWest rejects pounds 21bn hostile takeover offer; Bank of Scotland's audacity welcomed by market. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 661
Nestle tastes success. 125
New lead over woman in nightclub tragedy. 692
New pounds 30m crime prevention initiative will target anti-social children. 335
Nude pose is good enough for Mensa. Medical, JON HUNT 299
Oh, that girl next door! Beattie, Jason 626
Open doors policy is key to stopping church crime. Worrall, Boris 583
Personal Finance: Bank on an easier switch. 218
Personal Finance: Bank stocks up on crisp tenners for Millennium. 298
Personal Finance: BT first choice with both sides. 174
Personal Finance: Burglars given open invitation to raid homes. 255
Personal Finance: Buying to rent is still good sense. 337
Personal Finance: Calculating a peaceful retirement. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 578
Personal Finance: Cashing in on hidden policy values. Cochran, Frank 501
Personal Finance: Complain . . . and get it off your chest. Watkins, Simon 784
Personal Finance: Cyberspace facts of financial life. 178
Personal Finance: Cyberspace hiccup for Egg's card. 194
Personal Finance: Digest. 546
Personal Finance: Ecology society thriving through green philosophy. 582
Personal Finance: Foreigners happy to paper over cracks. 233
Personal Finance: Guarding against Hector. 168
Personal Finance: Laptops now preferred. 114
Personal Finance: Property becomes hot gossip; Price increases subject of intense speculation. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 868
Personal Finance: Why saving isn't child's play; Banks are eager to catch them young. Axon, Peter 952
PICTURE OF THE WEEK; Faith, Hope and Charity. Studio of Francesco Albani (1578-1660). At Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. 605
Police chief dismisses risks of using CS spray. Ross, Anne-Marie 254
Police launch hunt for university student. Ilyas, Mohammed 452
Police quiz three after death of girl, aged six. 104
Police shoot raid suspect. 140
Poll result disappointing says Beckett. Harvey, Melanie 375
Post Script: Sponsorship deal with a bank saves City of London Police mounted branch from closure. 103
Post Script: Thief returned photos after victim called him on the mobile phone he had stolen. 148
Power strike ballot. 126
Prisoners escape two by two after fight on bus. 123
Profile Brian Patterson Chief Executive Wedgwood: Touch of Irish style breaks the mould; Wedgwood's charismatic trouble-shooter aims for success on a plate. Halstead, Ian 1348
Property: Lofty aspirations. 413
Property: Victorians were noted for their expansive taste; Marsya Lennox on a home of character in the picturesque style built for a nobleman with space and time to spare. Lennox, Marsya 531
Property: Where property value is definitely on the up. 287
Quake boy freed after 80 hours in 'tomb'. 621
Racing: Ascot waits on weather. 132
Racing: Branston Lucy. 513
Racing: Dettori gets advice on legal move. Yates, David 198
Racing: Dubai Millennium too hot for rest. Veritas 454
Rambling: Chase your blues away; Map: 1:50,000 OS Landranger Series No 127. Approach: A34 from Cannock; within six miles lane to Brocton. Parking: Quiet roadside. Refreshments: On A34 Brocton. Shurey, Richard 616
Review Conjuring up the magic of a decade; The Biggest 70s Party Ever at NEC Arena. Hudson, John 246
Review: Rocking good party conjures up magic of a decade; The Biggest 70s Party Ever at NEC Arena. Hudson, John 285
Review: Sound of gold in room of silence; Michael Moore/Alex Maguire Biggin Hall, Coventry. Longley, Martin 232
Rise in school bullying among under-11s. 675
Rolls-Royce faces EC inquiry. 142
Ross says sorry for cupping rap star's breast. Burdon, Jackie 455
RSI payment for designer. 191
Rugby Union: Gloucester's double aim. 374
Rugby Union: Hart wary of northern challenge. 479
Rugby Union: Milligan's key fly-half role as Stourbridge tackle New Brighton; JEWSON TWO NORTH. Ward, Michael 500
Rugby Union: Moseley in right mood for Orrell test of skill. Ward, Michael 513
Rugby Union: South Africa dressed for European climate. 278
Rugby Union: Winning habit starting to wear on Maclean; JEWSON ONE. Ward, Michael 287
Scandal of our lonely elders. Wilson, David 649
Schoolboy killer's plea means 25 years in jail. Barnard, Jeff 568
Screw and Rivet success. 137
Shopping: All you need for when only the write stuff will do. Jones, Alison 534
Shopping: Never mind the filter, here's the real thing; Alison Jones looks at high-tech coffee makers for devotees of the sacred bean. Jones, Alison 900
Snooker: Snooker loses chairman Williams. 634
South Pole Millennium for British adventurer. Allen, Vanessa 297
Students curb wider powers for army. 391
Sygnet pair sell up and head for Spain. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 193
Taylor-made Lottery millions. 340
Tennis: Tim and Greg closing in on Cup conquest. Tennis, MICHAEL WARD 830
Tragic end to pilot's dream. 124
Travel: AN ADULT IN KIDDIELAND; It's perfect for kids of all ages and every night is New Year's Eve. Jackie Brown is converted after a visit to Disneyland. Brown, Jackie 947
Travel: Where Hell freezes over; Iceland is a land of extremes. The devil knows what to make of it, says Gordon Lethbridge. Lethbridge, Gordon 1234
Veteran stars say the Showaddy must go on. Keely, Alistair 323
Vicky's ex-boyfriend speaks out; 21-year-old released on bail by police. Farmer, Brian 305
Video footage aids hunt for serial rapist. Mayer, Cathy; Peachey, Paul 280
Virgin keeping eye on skies; Consortium weighs up air traffic control bid. Halstead, Ian 497
Wassall rejects Allied. 137
Weekend: The image maker; He was the spin doctor of his day, says Sue Robinson, who looks at the new major van Dyck exhibition which has works from a Birmingham collection. Robinson, Sue 1117
Work Out: In a bid to get fit for the cycle ride of her life Finola Lynch signs up with The Living Well at Brindleyplace. 660
World digest. 570
Young men view women as targets for rape and violence. Dougherty, Hugh 609
Your Honour: Easy ride guaranteed for taxi passengers; Peter Perkins was awarded the MBE for his work in the area of taxi and private hire licensing. 764

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