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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (April 5, 2000)

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[2] NEWS DIGEST. 732
530 victims alive as death blaze began. 207
60,000 jobs at stake as engineers struggle. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 446
A better bus city is way to beat obesity - health chiefs. 349
A blue-ish movie with a hot cast of many colours; Usually blonde Denise van Outen as a redhead? Naturally dark Sadie Frost as a blonde? A new movie to promote perhaps, asks Alison Jones? 1214
ACCESSORIES A nylon solution for cellulite?; Thinking ahead to summer and wondering how your legs will fare in hotpants and minis? Bromleigh McCleneghan thinks she may have found an answer: tights that tone. 660
Advantage Harriers for Aggborough tie. 653
Agony for train driver. 248
Aids-threat robber gets six years. 106
Alert over contractors. 179
An international conference city is summit to shout about. Revill, John 333
Anger as girl who killed addict lover escapes jail. Coates, Jon 677
Army stages battle over pet cemetery. 252
ARTS Sad loss leaves theatre the poorer. Slim, John 823
ATHLETICS Harriers joy turns into family affair. Ward, Michael 319
Bad boy of the kitchen serves up hot denial of youthful drink-and-drugs binge. 456
Barclays see red over Mullin's boycott call. 381
Battle for Newscom gets the all-clear. 200
Betting on Blair names. 85
Bid to ban age discrimination. 122
Black Country boys test the seat of power. Duckers, John 297
Blair's pledge to Rover workers. Gray, Chris 643
Bolton revived by play-off prospects; NATIONWIDE. 227
Bosnich draws Real's teeth; Real Madrid 0 Manchester Utd 0. Anderson, David 509
Breathless and never out of puff; Puff Daddy NEC. 259
Brierley boys draw blank in bid for final spot; SCHOOLS. Hollinshead, Graeme 258
Britain bids to step up food aid to Ethiopia. 368
Bucks bounce clear of relegation zone. 657
Child awards mark memory of Diana. 231
Churchstanton has return taped; By VERITAS Racing Correspondent. 652
City View: Pouring oil on troubled waters. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 383
Clocking on . . . and on and on. 917
Colette vents eyesore anger without success shaft. 207
Comeback kid Hendrie starts his final quest. Bishop, Rob 592
Comment - Readers' letters: Economical with facts of life. 504
Comment - Readers' letters: Rover workers will fight back. 1206
COMPETITIONS Calling the right number for a fresh new fragrance. 287
Courtney 'victim of Hollywood investment fraudster'. 320
Crew slams officers over false confessions. Smith, Sue; Warburton, Richard 526
Crime and punishment. 446
Cutting-edge architecture is what we need; Arts Editor Terry Grimley ponders the shock of Selfridges. 960
Dougan said I was dead as he beat me. 719
Ecstasy baby recovering in hospital. Dougherty, Hugh 277
Elastica bounce back with a menacing album; Simon Evans talks to a wiser Justine Frischmann. 976
Family feud out of print. 244
Family offers reward to find father's killer. 644
FASHION : BEAUTY & THE BEACH. Rice, Fashion Carole Ann 546
Father cannot see alleged kidnap victim. Woods, Mark 468
Fiancee tried to stop Noye attack. 195
Fitting tribute to a great lord of the dance; Birmingham Royal Ballet, moving home to Birmingham Rep during the closure of the Hippodrome, launches a festival of Frederick Ashton ballets tonight. Susan Turner looks at his contribution to British dance. 1256
Ford sisters celebrate American sales success. 209
Gaskell aiming to buy out founder's stake. City, TONY SEYMOUR 421
Gates comes back with free Internet access offer. 223
Gates is bleeding billions. 589
Germans targeting pounds 1.3bn Thomson. Deshmukh, Anita 486
GUS home shopping struggles. 238
Harry and Gladys prove it's never too late for love. Luck, Deborah 614
Headset radiation claims denied by mobile phone firms. Crofts, Rachael 353
Heart op girl Sally nearly became a donor herself. 184
Higgins takes dim view of No 1 chance. 321
Hughes goal helps grateful Albion grab precious point; West Bromwich Albion 1 Ipswich Town 1. Ward, Michael 683
Hussain's elite keep contract options open. Hodgson, Myles 699
Inquiry hears evidence of IRA shooting at march. 316
Inquiry poised to probe cash-for-coronets claim. 242
Investors dump out-of-favour technology shares. 423
Jo Ind's Diary. 428
Kiss and sell lovers tell all. 287
Knifeman holds women hostage in bank siege. 744
Labour fails to convince business community. Halstead, Ian 689
Letter from...Bangkok: Trying to grow up in the shadow of AIDS. Brunnstrom, David 722
LibDem leader waxes lyrical about Tussaud's double. 196
Livingstone in 'dirty tricks' row. 305
Love-tug father can see Elian in the US. 285
Marine recruit, 17, shot dead in training exercise tragedy. 338
Masters odds. 188
Merry Hill's owners dial in to telecom frontrunner. Duckers, John 526
Minister opens arts centre; ARTS IN BRIEF. 265
Motor Racing: Coulthard setback makes Button history man. Motor, IAN GORDON 665
MPs demand long-term strategy to save shipbuilding. 434
Nailcote warming to short-game tradition. Scott, Ged 262
O'Neill another striker light as Eadie joins injured list. 751
Ogrizovic is still class act - Hedman. 198
On the point of discovery. Luck, Deborah 490
Parnevik's heart back in major challenge. 402
Phil sheds crocodile tears over Tarzan. 771
Picture Story: Snow on Clee Hill. 171
Police guard gunned down at farm; Squatter standoff on brink of bloodbath. Bird, Simon 804
Pollock heads standings as Lee blasts into top six. 449
POP INTERVIEW: Three cool cats; They're fun, they're feisty, they're fluffy. They're Atomic Kitten who chat to Phil Gould about chart success. 952
pounds 1.3m crash payout for birth-in-coma mother. Colley, Jan 554
pounds 600m negligence bill adds to worsening cash plight of NHS. Hickman, Martin 658
Prescott's cash boost for council estates. Gray, Chris 419
Protective Lee moves to prevent Branch burn-out. Bishop, Rob 423
Quiet man Charlie dies. 496
Rape victim last to face questions by her attacker. Raif, Shenai 361
Red Dwarf nano-technology to come to life with pounds 1.5m research grant. Walker, Jonathan 513
Resignation paves way for change in Japan. 247
Retirement homes boss gets ready to retire. 269
Richardsons: the next generation; Deals over tea and stints on site for heirs to an empire. 1770
Ross's supreme tour with the girls. 133
Rover 'hysteria' backfiring; Inward investors scared off, says expert. Pain, Steve 507
Scientists shed light on missing link for fish and land animals. 231
Sir Dominic takes Cadbury pay cut. 299
Small Talk: Emergency action to revive heart of Rover. Goodman, Fay 790
Solutions needed not blame over crisis. McCABE, STEVE 611
Style: Watch this!; Finding the right time on your hands is crucial, says Fashion and Lifestyle Editor Carole Ann Rice. 700
Suicide husband beat lover to death. Willey, Jo 328
TABLE TALK We are sworn to secrecy; Alison Davison finds a sign points out the whereabouts of the Secret Garden at Jonathans. But when she arrives, there is little adventure. 776
Taking a punt at racecourse. 247
Tech-stock - it's a time bomb; Microsoft big bang blows up markets. Heath, Simone 671
Tern hope for Aintree. 136
The dawning of Dee. 167
The final dance for Kokuma. Arts, TERRY GRIMLEY 283
THE MASTERS Clarke out to live up to 'Tiger tamer' tag. Garrod, Mark 806
The World according to...Sid Langley. 802
Thieves break into race-target Ashia's car. 423
Thomas blows whistle on untrained referees. 421
Three bodies pulled from rescue rubble. 368
Tory quiet man King to abdicate. 276
Treat yourself to a piece of the past. 429
Unipart tight-lipped over auto break-up. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 420
University lecturer jailed for hammer attack on cheating wife. Revill, John 428
US stars to share Bafta limelight. 165
v: Charlton underlines dedication to cause. Ward, Michael 395
Vialli's underdogs seek 'icing on the cake'. Bradley, Mark 531
Villa links to planned swoop for TV rights. Bishop, Rob 571
Warren denies ducking pounds 1.2m in TV fight taxes. Williams, Helen 327
We have not abandoned car workers; The Prime Minister Tony Blair tells The Post his Government has no 'magic wand' to solve the Rover crisis. 1001
Will's the new Karaoke King. 281
Williams has leading role for Sheffield. 323
Windows (tm) on the world of high rollers; Playing at monopoly is a risky business Microsoft stands accused of violating anti-trust law. Is this the price for being good at business asks Jason Beattie. 1082
Wolseley nails down US lumber buy-up. City, TONY SEYMOUR 331
Your chance to join the organic tea set. 200

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