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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 26, 2000)

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[3] NEWS DIGEST. 793
800 Ecstasy tablets seized by police after nightclub security team tip-off. 229
A countryman's life is not a happy one; Jason Beattie argues that it isn't just rural areas which need additional policing. 1004
A Target for new jobs. 407
Adoption to be easier as experts identify 5,000 trapped in system. Woodcock, Andrew 426
Albright tells of shared frustration at slow pace of world disarmament. 377
Alchemy U-turn on job cuts. O'brien, James 813
Appeal Court to investigate jury 'nobbling'. Farmer, Brian 615
Archers fans all a-quiver for Grundys. 456
ARTS IN BRIEF J S Bach festival comes to town. 420
Asylum seekers hit record. 203
Axe thugs threaten teenagers in park. Connor, Neil 247
BA turns to Australian high-flyer Eddington to restore its flagging fortunes. 504
BAe sends flight simulator to Korea. 282
Baker goal no comfort for Givens; UNDER-21s. 283
Barclays parks fleet firm Dial for pounds 269m. 429
Battling Taylor faces Wembley fitness despair. 344
Beatles for sale as original letters go under the hammer. 542
Beau and Trouble turning heads. 653
BEAUTY What a lot of bottle; Sarah Westcott finds that edible products such as milk and honey are not only good to eat, they work a treat on your exterior too. Westcott, Sarah 842
Bidders at loggerheads over Longbridge losses. Aston, Paul 615
Big New Road kick-off faces grim outlook. Cricket, JACK BANNISTER 810
Bitter pill for drugs industry. 358
Blue Circle cleared for takeover. 119
Blues relief at Grainger all-clear. Scott, Ged; Ward, Michael 652
BMW's state of confusion. 585
Brave Zimbabwe hide fears of home. Hodgson, Myles 674
Bring Chad back to our valleys, say scholars. 261
Briton gored to death by elephant; My dying daughter was dumped in pick-up truck. Tolputt, Harriet 579
Brosnan's thanks for saving son. 186
Burke glad to trust in Forte class. 313
California banking buy-up for the Pru. 277
Cemetery wreckers. 102
Centrica mobilises forces; 'Strategic alliance' with Vodafone. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 423
CGU backs pounds 20m e-fund. 206
City View: Back to middle ages for workers. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 506
Co-founder Gloag steps off her Stagecoach. 424
COMMENT Voting to become a guessing game Guessing game for voters. Mccabe, Steve 566
COMPETITION Win membership at Hawkstone Park. 587
Competition: Make your escape to countryside luxury. 442
Competition: Sample some northern delights in Manchester. 505
COMPETITIONS Take off for a cosmopolitan break. 317
Courts are failing society's criminals. Martingale, Moira 922
Daewoo walk-out over union arrests. 407
Dawn vigil as Gallipoli is remembered 85 years on. 459
Dealers ride Crest of fee-cutting wave. 370
Derbyshire swoop for Attock pair. 694
Dewar has cardiac tests after 'irregularity' is detected. Quinn, Joe 481
Dot.coms strip out wallpaper and build up brand foundations in home front makeover. Deshmukh, Anita 711
Drink-drive GP who killed author is jailed. Shoesmith, Ian 539
Dunne and Finnan on Irish debut alert; INTERNATIONAL SPOTLIGHT. 440
Easter holiday crowds give Millennium Dome the cold shoulder. 420
Easter no holiday for thieves as beer, castles and a boat disappear. Connor, Neil 411
Exel awarded pounds 80m delivery deal by BP. Halstead, Ian 447
Fagins lurk in Tube shadows as children pick a pocket or two. 466
Fascinating view of castaways. 226
FASHION Not so pure and simple; Sexy needn't mean over-the-top and tacky, says Carole Ann Rice. Understated is where it's at. Rice, Carole Ann 548
Gary steps up for his Victor Kiam moment. 274
Global Williams buys partner out for pounds 45m. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 384
Government faces demand from teachers' conference to stand by Section 28 pledge. 324
Graduates are getting employment - but are saddled with bigger debts. 268
Grant's size matters not to Lewis. Field, David 573
HAIR Wedding tresses; Break out from tradition to style your wedding day hair, says Mel Hunter. Pictures: Kirsty Wigglesworth. Hunter, Mel 630
Handbag 'holds key' to murder of student. 591
Hands off warning to Milosevic. 239
Happy fete for martyrs. 383
Health: Frothy bubbles banish troubles; Turn your bathroom into a spa paradise to soothe away the stresses of the day, says Hannah Stephenson. Stephenson, Hannah 960
Healthy shares for group. 169
Heartfelt thank-you. 237
Heat is turned up in battle to be mayor. Roberts, Bob 428
Heavy handed in land of the free. Martingale, Moira 460
Heywood rejects pounds 248m approach. 375
Hopes fading as police search river for kidnapped Briton. Thorne, Alun 324
Industry faces 'darkest days since Thatcherism'. Deshmukh, Anita 404
INTERIORS Is your bed set for spring?; There is no better time of year for buying a new duvet cover than now, says Jo Ind. Ind, Jo 835
It's full-time honours at last for the part-timers; In a long-hours culture, part-time workers have too often had second-class status. Before long this will be illegal. Jo Ind reports. Ind, Jo 813
It's rough justice for golf protester. 658
Jail switch after IRA men terrify officer. 254
Jo Ind's Diary. Ind, Jo 436
Johnson cream soothes Town play-off nerves; Ipswich 1 Crystal Palace 0. 281
Labour stalwart defects. Luck, Deborah 642
Lesley's finding where her heart is; Actress Lesley Dunlop is enjoying new success with a new role in Where the Heart Is despite some personal heartache. Rob Driscoll reports. Driscoll, Rob 1426
Littlewoods' leisurely approach to pools sell-off. 229
Lives wrecked by disaster; Valuable lessons to be learned from grief. Lyster, Samantha 775
Mel C's just a girl having some fun. Martingale, Moira 192
Men win widow's benefits pay-outs. 211
Metalrax on course for 16th record profit year. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 207
Microsoft break-up fear hits prices. 437
Midland digest: Gun gang grab pounds 5,000 in raid on pub. 761
Misdial disaster on hold as callers get to grips with new numbers. 442
More die in Mugabe's fields of horror. Paulan, Peter 862
MOTOR SPORT Neal steering steady early-season course. 208
Nazi trials to ignore suspect's ill health. 370
NTL calls for time to think. 162
NUT set to call for strike over pay. Miles, Tim 655
Police praise themselves over detection rates as robberies rise and targets missed. Walker, Jonathan 604
Police return to Dando murder scene after fruitless year's hunt for 'loner'. 355
Porridge oaths over new-style breakfasts. 304
Readers Letters: Where is our national pride? 1863
Renault and Volvo will unite in pounds 1bn truck deal. Pain, Steve 564
Retail software boss rings up a winner. Deshmukh, Anita 660
Road tunnel safety fear as AA raps low investment. 266
Salisbury turns single wheel for champions; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 280
Saturn rings pounds 1bn boost for factories upgrade. 218
Scots seek vital delay in Lockerbie bombing trial. Bird, Simon 399
Shock Graydon fear for Saddlers. Ward, Michael 680
Shopfloor threat as euro hits new lows. 293
Small Talk: Dyson comes clean but Tiny is just infuriating. Goodman, Fay 576
Stage is explored through education. Slim, John 686
Strange stirrings in the Valleys. Davies, Mike 296
Striking a blow for the gentle art of violence; Visitors to the Royal Shakespeare Company's open day next Sunday can see fight director Terry King giving a demonstration of sword play with members of the company. He gave Terry Grimley an insight into the gentle art of choreographing violence. 1413
Stud manager stole thousands claims Stones drummer's wife. 302
Student gang feud blamed as zoo outing ends in shoot-out tragedy. 443
TABLE TALK Get a taste of this - a new kid on the block; Alison Davison goes to pleasant Little Hagley and discovers a trendy eaterie - and she'll be back for more. Davison, Alison 880
Take guard as counties thrust youthful talent towards higher honours; County cricket is becoming more challenging and youth will be to the fore. Richard Cox, Director of Cricket, Warwickshire Cricket Board, selects young players to watch. 1749
The world according to...Sid Langley. Langley, Sid 756
Threat to Standard Life status is growing. 261
Tipton and weakened Harriers face testing challenge. 387
Tourists seized in raid by Islamic extremists. 404
Trolley poor show after candidate waits for bed. 761
Trumpeting the moment for jazz star with variety; Trumpeter Roy Hargrove, who launches the Cheltenham Jazz Festival tomorrow night, talks to Martin Longley. 626
United's rude awakening on Van Nistelrooy. Anderson, David 362
Vouchers planned for mothers to breast-feed. Frith, Maxine 555
Warwicks spared as rain threatens start of championship. 455
Watchdog tells ITV to boost news audiences. Barnes, Anthony 302
Weigh-in walkout threat to Ingle bout. 481
White House launches inquiry into Elian swoop. 259
Why Britain must forge even closer ties with Russia. Cashman, Michael 602
Williams whirlwind demolishes O'Brien. Portnoi, Gershon 390
Window of opportunity; Buy-in team plans to expand. O'brien, James 551
Wolseley sells non-core companies in pounds 102m deal. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 420
Wolves get Nielsen in extended loan deal. Scott, Ged 413
Woman distraught after arson attack at flats. 782
Workforce victims of BMW 'brutality'. 383
Would a Rover by any other name sell so sweet? Motoring, CHRIS RUSSON 570
Young workforce 'turning into a generation of florists'. Education, JONATHAN WALKER 355

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