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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 15, 2000)

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'Hypocrite' bird smuggler caged; Rare pounds 50,000 parrots found in secret car compartment. Dronfield, Dylan 549
'Lady of the Lamp' diary sent to relative. 179
'Missing' opera to launch festival; Arts Editor Terry Grimley previews the Cheltenham International Festival. Grimley, Terry 319
'Second-hand' endowments are fast becoming first choice. 362
[2] PICK OF THE DAY. Evans, Simon 161
[2] PICK OF THE DAY. 178
[5] PICK OF THE DAY. Pagett, Karen 185
[6] PICK OF THE DAY. Pagett, Karen 179
[7] PICK OF THE DAY. Pagett, Karen 175
999 crews to over-ride red lights to beat accidents. 311
A Day in the Life: Hair today, hair yesterday. 106
A fragile ego will not make money. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 870
A Midland win at the stamp 'Oscars'. Hawkes, Harry 553
Adding spark to insurance. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 244
Aid for the Third World must go beyond quashing debt; As the Jubilee 2000 campaign against Third World debt stages its latest Birmingham rally, Ros Dodd reports on the success of global campaigning. Dodd, Ros 1207
Annie's Kitchen: Forget the hot cross buns and try a novel noodle Easter treat. 518
Antiques: Extraordinary eggs. Edmonds, Richard 880
Asylum policy not racist, says Straw. Deane, John; Woodcock, Andrew 605
Atlantic Richfield refinery. 239
Auction frenzy pushes mobile licence bids to pounds 20bn high. 345
Banks add pain to wounded tiger. Smith, Phil 443
Barclays boss defends fat pay deal. 275
Barnestormingly brilliant; Brian Halford assesses S F Barnes - the pioneer of swing, seam and spin yet rated only 13th by Wisden. Halford, Brian 828
Basque terrorist jailed for 1,401 years over Madrid bomb carnage. 266
Bears necessities; WARWICKSHIRE: Only promotion will suffice for Woolmer. Bannister, Jack 1073
Bell armed with technique and patient streak; ONE TO WATCH. Halford, Brian 521
Biblical protest over Third World debt. Aitchison, Neil 310
Blair has lost his influence. 1762
Blandford facing trial. 86
Bloodbath as Wall Street takes another tumble over inflation. 349
Book review: Ageing of a man-eater; Germaine Greer: Untamed Shrew. By Christine Wallace (RCB, pounds 7.99). Reviewed by Simon Evans. Evans, Simon 288
Book review: Playing safe with a legend. Evans, Simon 801
Book review: Talkin' bout a revolution; Nobrow. By John Seabrook (Methuen pounds 9.99)/No Logo. By Naomi Klein (Flamingo pounds 14.99) . Reviewed by Simon Evans. Evans, Simon 626
Book review: Where ancient and modern mingle; The Pharaoh's Shadow. By Anthony Sattin (Victor Gollancz, pounds 20.00). Reviewed by Christine Barker. Barker, Christine 458
Book: Streetwise tales to tempt teenage readers; Alison Davison reviews fiction for older children. Davison, Alison 838
Book: The modesty of a popular iconoclast; Kurt Weill, A Life in Pictures and Documents. By David Farneth, with Elmar Juchem and Dave Stein (Thames & Hudson, pounds 40). Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. Edmonds, Richard 1003
BOOKLINES. 620
Botham up for test of big-game credibility. Baldock, Andrew 317
BRAVE NEW WORLD?; The winds of change are blowing through English cricket, but the gusts may just blow the game apart, says Jack Bannister. Bannister, Jack 961
Brave step for Royal. 243
Bringing up baby the green way. Howarth, Jayne 818
British marathon men face long haul. Martin, David 322
Bullets eye last chance for glory. Halford, Brian 270
Business view: Call it Rover or Triumph - a dog is still a dog. Duckers, John 774
Business Week. 1453
Byers sees wreckage from Rover. O'brien, James 905
Call for answers over tragic search. Lyster, Samantha 452
Castlemore unlocks potential at Temple Quay. Pain, Steve 299
Chechen commander held. 86
Child rape victim sues. 153
CLASSICAL CDS. 329
Comedy chat left to Ali G as sitcoms set for battle Royle. 293
COMING SOON. 1438
Continent beckoning Dunlop's mudlark. 539
Cricket Teams. 1643
De Freitas has to fire after Megson rocket. Ward, Michael 625
Deadly knowledge of chef who carried knife. Posner, Michael 610
Debutant shares in tech misery. 131
Diana Ross gives star-struck teen fund-raiser cheque for pounds 10,000. 358
Dimmock et al hold no delight. Beattie, Jason 658
Donald chasing big numbers to lift credit rating; Edgbaston's hero knows last year was a flop and wants to make amends. John Curtis reports. Curtis, John 512
Donald presence a boost as Bears hit Cup trail. Cricket, JACK BANNISTER 465
Down your way: English home where Roman busts nestle; Ross Reyburn tastes the splendour of Farnborough Hall and the local real ale pub. Reyburn, Ross 1328
Drop in, catch a movie, chill out. 1654
Elian's father says he was offered pounds 1m to stay in US. Bird, Simon 536
Erratic Henman has feet of clay. Skilbeck, John 401
Evil pusher gets life for sex killing of rugby boy. Court, Chris; Allen, Nick 511
Ex-club cricketer McCabe lands Bears job. 274
Fair play for bog bush cricket. 273
Fans pull over for Starsky celebration. 230
Farm crisis goes on despite court ruling. 438
Farmer tells jury of 'horror movie' raid. 639
Ferguson fears changes may hit champions' form. 437
Fingers on the button for electronic election vote. Luck, Deborah 537
First CAT takes to the streets. 550
Food & Drink: A personal guide to dishing up something sexy in the kitchen. 463
Food & Drink: Feeding the soul barely came into it; Alison Jones discovers that for centuries the popes felt that there was no such thing as a last supper. Jones, Alison 871
Food & Drink: Recipes fit for a pontiff. 474
Food company fined over scalding horror. 289
Fresh call to block National Front march. 769
From bombers to tourists; Chris Upton looks at the origins of Birmingham International Airport and Ross Reyburn reports on plans for its future. Reyburn, Ross 784
From the hub of past glories to a high flying future. 762
Game must lower barriers - not highlight differences; Frank Malley says UEFA's decision, late though it was, must be treated as a one-off. Malley, Frank 564
Garcia drags Europe back from despair. Casey, Phil 806
Gardening: Creating an outside room worth viewing; Now is the busiest time of the year for many gardeners. Ross Reyburn finds out what is happening in one of Birmingham's outstanding residential gardens. Reyburn, Ross 821
Gardening: Great map idea taking route. Clarke, Roger 1020
Gardening: Plants take on supporting role. Whinyates, David 519
Ged Scott on Saturday: Trials and tribulations. Scott, Ged 1366
Ged Scott's Sporting Week: It's yet another National disaster in the betting stakes. 1158
Gilchrist catches world best to set up sudden death. Jack, Harry 572
Glimmer of hope dawns. 441
Gregory's get well message for ailing Gorgeous George. Ward, Michael 573
Group therapy is Brown prescription for Benson success. 254
Health: First take your personal trainer. . . Pattinson, Georgina 1084
Health: Get fighting fit to battle that depression. Brown, Jackie 516
Health: Jams tomorrow mean danger; Over the Easter weekend a lethal cocktail will be shaken up on Britain's roads and the Midland motorway network will be worse than anywhere else. Mel Hunter finds out how to keep calm in the biggest rush of the year. Hunter, Mel 984
Heated T-pot spouts forth in border row over jailed K-For lorry driver. 411
Hick demands rules on betting as ICC ponder MacLaurin plan. Hodgson, Myles 582
Hick's split to expose batting; WORCESTERSHIRE: Balanced act can be one-day wonder. Bannister, Jack 958
High Point talks to rivals as deal fails. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 428
High-rolling risk-takers opt for e-ventures. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 363
Hornby looks to hook up with new partner. 266
Inside Out No glamour to world of undercover investigator. Wilson, David 676
Interiors: Happily left on the shelf; Jo Ind reports on the latest shelving concepts which bring style as well as practicality to your walls. Ind, Jo 1017
Interview: Psycho killer qu'est-ce que c'est?; It's been quite a leap from Empire Of The Sun to American Psycho but Christian Bale has kept his head through it all (unlike some of his co-stars) as Alison Jones discovers. Jones, Alison 1202
Investing ethically does not mean sacrificing financial performance. Financial, MARK ATHERTON 672
IRA extradition go-ahead. 121
It's so simple, a child can work it out . . .well almost; When the weather strikes, we turn to Duckworth-Lewis. But just what does it all mean? Rob Batsford tries to explain. Batsford, Rob 546
Jackpot reinforces 'Winsby' reputation. 219
JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK; JAZZ CDS. 734
Jealous death plot pupils show remorse after arrest. 129
Jeweller to the emperors remains a hidden gem for little while longer. Lijima, Masako 682
John Bright's Business Diary: Down under the table as Jenny goes walkabout. Bright, John 739
Just the Job: Second chance for innocent victims. Harris, Paul 514
Keep an eye on your pot of gold; Best and worst trustees come under spotlight. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 764
Lafarge grits teeth in takeover battle. 224
Lampitt hoping McGrath will help Pears grow. Scott, Ged 1029
Landlord in knife agony. 114
LDV wins council order. 96
Life for Noye eases torment of road-rage victim's family. 458
Liptrot and Wilson ideally suited to studying McGrath. Scott, Ged 690
Lockley power can enforce D-K's dominance. Ward, Michael 324
Love triangle inquests. 122
Mallinder accepts Bath no place for recreation. 214
Man accused of killing his son remanded in custody. 95
McCarthy steps back into fray before time. Halford, Brian 458
MIDDLESEX (Champ 16th, NWT, B&H -, NL2 7th). 1543
Millennium marks end of an era for nurses. 351
Milosevic Bond plot fails to stop protest rally. 372
Miracle that is the beautiful Pyrenees; Peter Woodman finds Pays Basque is unexplored. 749
Misery from across Pond. 134
Mobile shop magnate rings up a pounds 40m sale. 245
Molineux play-off campaign struck by new Ndah setback. Bishop, Rob 484
More bobbies on the beat. 87
Mortar bomb confession. 116
Multi vitamin offer. 636
Murderer who cheated justice finally brought down by lies. 438
Music: 'Come up and see me. 1120
Muslim tells of suicides to foil Serbs. 265
New boys reminded of game's hard facts. Blair, Michael 413
Newman quits to spend more time with his cars. 203
Nomura takes Hands-on approach to Hyder takeover. 303
North Mids' revenge bid. 151
Noye Murder Trial: Police feared for witnesses. 254
Noye Murder Trial: Quiet celebrations of a victim's friend. 290
Noye Murder Trial: We would not have been able to settle for another verdict. 490
Nuclear arms treaty passed. 187
Nuts & Bolts: Lay a patio and enjoy summer. 707
On line for success. 154
One edge of a mysterious mood; Birmingham Royal Ballet Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 309
Paedophile grabbed girl, 9, off the street. 255
Paradise? I should Caicos; Phil Brown enjoys the TLC on offer in the TCI. Brown, Phil 1236
Paragon shows the virtue of house market. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 437
Paris Pike set for Aintree passage. Veritas 485
Paymaster Noye dealt in gold and death young noye; new home. Peachey, Paul 692
Perkins on the buzzer in Ravensthorpe spree. Worth, Norman 442
PICK OF THE DAY. Evans, Simon 171
Pictures stay as Lichfield develops second thoughts watch heading there is another lichfield tale. Bruce, Helen 403
POP CD OF THE WEEK. 956
Post Script. 129
Post Script. 112
Post Script: Dan Dare. 130
pounds 1,725,000 damages for cerebral palsy girl. Bruce, Helen 364
pounds 1m house? As common as muck these days. Newbury, Julian 387
pounds 35,000 legal aid in two weeks; Fraud-case solicitor admits massive claim. Thorne, Alun 677
pounds 7.5m railway station earmarked for Brindleyplace. 380
Property: Former office block home for lavish apartments. Lennox, Marsya 578
Property: Spacious farmhouse with period features. Lennox, Marsya 431
Provocation claim met with scorn by Ridsdale. Parkes, Ian 508
Queen to open art gallery. 116
Rambling: Exploring Borders beauty. 715
Rapist hangs himself. 85
Robson leads tributes to Teesside's 'Golden Boy' Mannion. 442
ROCK 21st century schizoid men; In Xtrmntr Primal Scream have released the first great album of the 21st century. Simon Evans looks at a band who refuse to compromise their ideals. Evans, Simobn 829
Rowing: Foster back on board. 130
Royle City charter: Four wins and we're up. 395
Saddlers climb aboard Saturday special. 441
Safety call after Culture Club son hangs in jail. 191
Saturday Profile: Playing it by the books. Deshmukh, Anita 1440
Shergar mystery remains. 127
Shipman victims will have no legal help at inquiry. 170
Shock as police funeral collection cash stolen. Aston, Paul 362
SHOWBUZZ. 542
Silicon implant aims to give region a lift. Pain, Steve 402
Smith banks on fit Donald and better batting; THE KEY MAN. Halford, Brian 511
Soldier freed after 26 years. 110
Sony and yet so small as storehouse Memory Stick shrinks. 487
Sponsors target youth market to secure Midland league future. Raymer, Paul 393
Sports Digest. 170
Staffs taking first-class approach to game; MINOR COUNTIES. Berry, Mike 799
Steel firm's new MD. 343
Stolen baby organs ruling brings new hope for devastated parents. Warburton, Richard 329
Strachan out to erase Boro nightmare. 323
Sumptuous stitching; An exhibition linking five Birmingham museums gives a rare glimpse into some of the city's textile treasures. Arts Editor Terry Grimley reports. Grimley, Terry 885
Survival of fattest as virtual wonders take a very real hit. Finance, IAN HALSTEAD Personal 743
Team ethic essential to McGrath's influence. Halford, Brian 550
The Peter Surridge Gardening Club: Banishing weeds with a wave of the magic wand. Surridge, Peter 518
The Ros Dodd interview: One man's thirst for a wonderland of deserts. Dodd, Ros 2193
THEME OF THE DAY. 713
This one will run and run . . . as long as the pay is good; Georgina Pattinson looks at the ongoing saga of six Friends and their bank balances. Pattinson, Georgina 943
Titanic watch fails to sell. 142
Top-ranking Williams not happy yet. Wilde, Jon 291
Towers long shot could cut Rover job losses to 1,500. 316
Turks enraged by ban on away supporters. 245
TV Castaways want to stay put on their bleak Taransay home. 579
Unclaimed millions await; Time runs out for windfall share claims. Axon, Peter 783
US market shattered by rampant inflation give bit on canada. Williams, Philip 477
Vestey heir cleared of leading riot role. 167
Villa caught short by Joachim fiasco. Bishop, Rob 511
Waking up at last to the coffee culture. Ewing, Reese 478
Wijnhard goal dampens Addicks celebration. 399
Woman threatened in pounds 20,000 robbery. 735
World 'must act now to save starving millions'. 476
Worldwide audience set to log in to church's Easter cyberservice. 448
Wright old roadblock in Harriers title path. Ward, Michael 412
Your Honour: A home from home in the twilight years; Rosemary Lates tells Kristian Eskildsen about the work with the elderly that earned her an MBE in the New Year's Honours List. Eskildsen, Kristian 683

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