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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 1, 2000)

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'Dump the pump' petrol-cost protest runs into a barrage of criticism. Woodman, Peter 578
'Living hell' men go to appeal over pounds 1m court claim. 554
'Mastectomy blunder doctor told patient it could have been worse'. 306
A haunting voice that's an instrument of outstanding natural beauty; Australian Jimmy Little is finally releasing his British debut album. Better late than never, says Charlie Hill. Hill, Charlie 610
Addicks flashing more cash to get Finn Johansson. 811
Albion face losing out in fight for McInnes; MIDLAND FOOTBALL. Ward, Michael 469
Ambulance service nearly beaten by a whisker. 612
Arcade games get interactive. 259
Aspects: Bridget-free zone for girls wanting a gossip; Between mouthfuls of Scotch eggs, three authors tell Mel Hunter about a new collection of short stories by women writers. Hunter, Mel 1283
Astley picks up thread on pounds 5m Tesco clothes deal. 286
Back to basics with an eye on quality; Slowdown as investors play it safe. Southern, Paul 870
BACKGROUND Trained for the frontline in battle against corruption; A team of fraud investigators is on the trail of NHS cheats in the West Midlands, reports Health Correspondent Jenny Hudson. Hudson, Jenny 463
Barak survives censure vote; Humiliating defeat for Nobel winner Peres. Bird, Simon 660
Bellamy's firm intent. 94
Blaze kills pensioner. 122
Blue Circle severs its Danish links. 215
Brake put on Peugeot strike; Workers back from the brink. O'Brien, James 593
British bid to rule on Bass. 141
Briton leads crime crusade. 99
Casey glad to swing in the rain at Lytham; GOLF. 328
Charleroi riot made Banks want to quit. 93
City View: HSBC has far-off look in its eyes. Deshmukh, Anita 488
Clean-up on wards as cash rolls in. 410
Competition: Swing into action with The Post. 416
Consultant given bail after sex assault allegations. 277
Countdown to problems in Vorderman's TV clash. 118
Death threats family 'must be protected'. 404
Defeat for Bears likely to rule out promotion hope. Cricket, Jack Bannister 534
Defeat hits Hereford hopes of title push; MINOR COUNTIES. Berry, Mike 322
Delight at president's win. 145
Disrepute hearing for White. Bolton, Paul 204
Downpour nourishes Yorkshire title drive. 299
Drink blamed for death. 245
E-plan to pour water on troubled oil deals; Traditional brokers told to adapt or die. Shiels, Duncan 853
Engine alert forces Irish holiday jet to land. Kelly, Tom 331
Ex-soldier shot dead by policeman. 279
Far East success promotes Archer; BADMINTON. Stoner, Colin 184
Fast-track timetable for rapid cyber links. 281
Feast of French connections helped lure Ginola to Villa. Thorne, Alun 700
France still home from home for Britons. 270
Fraudsters must pay. 346
French to discipline law breakers including themselves. Bushill-Matthews, Philip 660
Gang locks woman in blaze shop. 196
Gay sex orgy ruling is `historic victory'. 220
Getting their acts together. 307
Girl fights off abduction attempt by car driver. 148
Glands 'taken from bodies for research'. Breslin, Maria 274
Hague turns his sights on the Left. 293
Harriers defending the faith for duo's debut fitness battle. Stoner, Colin 361
Hepworth builds on increased margins. 290
Here's to you Mrs Robinson says Jerry stage fan Jagger. 392
History takes a pounding; Tourism hit by strength of sterling. Connor, Neil 592
Hit squad in NHS fraud crackdown. Hudson, Jenny 766
Home Office axe hangs over fire service college. 178
Hope for Ryton. 185
HSBC shakes off bad debts as rise in the East protects the home front. 545
In-demand Thompson to open talks with Strachan. 320
Indian movie star held hostage by notorious kidnapper's gang. 369
Industry sees gas prices rise by 40pc. 721
Information access arrives at law firm reception. 123
Judge allows expulsion and averts teachers' strike. 349
Judge drops landowners in it over pigeon mess. 558
Killer denied right to donate sperm to wife. 446
King Louie's royalties row. 85
Korean talks hailed by both North and South. 213
Lamb taster for Saddlers. Bishop, Rob 188
Latest forecasts promise good news on inflation front. Russell, Joanne 1463
Leaders talk to remove barriers against peace. Cordon, Gavin 480
Life is no gas for the British motorist; Chief Feature Writer Ros Dodd asks if the UK Government can justify the tax hike on petrol. Morley, Christopher 1309
Long wait for jet crash answers; Concorde inquiry warns of difficulties. Greenhill, Sam 365
Lookalike site landmark. Pain, Steve 548
Losses roll on for BMW. 157
Missing boy saga turns on teachers. 150
Monsoon weathers shopping doldrums. 418
Mother's anguish after son's drugs `madness'. Clay, Alistair 405
Mother's arson fear. 112
Mother's hope for yacht daughter. Bruce, Helen 444
Motor racing: Benetton's cash or prestige offer to fast-tracked Button; FORMULA ONE. Motorsport, Ian Gordon 540
Odds on biological clock is ticking away for the man in your life. Von Radowitz, John 404
Offer: Festive fiesta time. 238
Olympian efforts needed; With a prestigious trip to the Sydney Olympics with his Birmingham singers and a new job in Berlin to balance with his other commitments, life is getting even busier for chorus director Simon Halsey, writes Christopher Morley. Morley, Christopher 1360
On The House: The art of dignified debate is not dead. Beattie, Jason 608
Ozzy's story of the booze. Davies, Mike 295
Pain-killer agony of soccer heroes. 434
Patients 'kept in dark by secrecy of doctors'. Hudson, Jenny 571
Pearson takes global lead with NCS buy. Cranage, John 641
Pioneer surgeon's suicide. 142
Pitmen look to Otto to star again; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. Non-League, Colin Stoner 652
Plans to hunt for Titanic's treasures spark outrage. 150
PM admits high pound is hurting industry. 240
Police talks could save nightclub. 287
Police to regulate recording of crime. Paveley, Rebecca 582
POST REVIEWS : Passion abounds for 'feelgood' rock band. 260
POST REVIEWS: Unusual venue for concert. Hart, David 255
Post Script. 110
Post Script. 89
Post Script. 197
pounds 1/1m bill for school fires. 148
pounds 10m boost as schools share cash windfall. 432
pounds 19m for back-up water. 141
Pressure off Bank to raise interest rates. Cranage, John 774
Priest denies assault on young boys. 127
Quinn in Goodwood mood. 442
Quotes of the week. 342
Re-arrest in hunt for killer of Sarah. Allen, Vanessa 566
Readers' letters. 2006
Ringing the changes. 108
Rolls-Royce lifestyle of the madam who made pounds 7.5m. Pearse, Damien 582
Rover ready to dip into Government car pool. 320
SAS-trained Dutch accused of plotting to kill Milosevic. 289
Schools backed over ban on violent pupils. 261
Scientologists' show aims to shed 'cult' image. Affairs, Helen Bruce Religious 482
Share option a bitter pill for minority in merger of drug giants. 365
Shop sells second jackpot in a week. 314
Siege gunman surrenders after killing relatives. 111
Speedway: King Correy still reigns supreme; SPEEDWAY. Bishop, Rob 253
Staffing agency to open new office. 310
Student Chelsea gets lesson in diplomacy. 309
Students worry about future amid talk of merger. Education, Jonathan Walker 643
Sullivan show of strength; Nervy Francis promised fresh faces for kick-off. Ward, Michael 712
Super speedy technology doesn't come cheap. 203
Swages of spin land rotor blade parts deal. 183
Take off for a really great holiday; POST COMPETITION. 367
Tale of Internet woe Thus far; BT plays devil with Demon. Williams, Philip 554
Tears and grief of City high-flier. 211
Teenagers turn deaf ear to STD campaigns. 187
Terror-charge Sikhs are freed. Bruce, Helen; Jones, David 315
The thing about Thaw is that he is just not sexy at all. Morrison, James 348
Thriller plant novel to grow in cyber space. Watson, Amy 744
Touring cars: High-flying Neal out to win Brands recognition; TOURING CARS. Stoner, Colin 285
Tracks prepared to pool TV cash. 313
Truck refugees deported. 151
Trust the key to top-flight technology. Pain, Steve 686
Undefeated Malpass ton foils Chase for victory; SCHOOLS CRICKET. Hollinshead, Graeme 304
Vet Alison saves foal against all the odds. 350
Villa mean business with Ginola coup. Bishop, Rob 742
Vodafone calls up a helping hand for Footsie as telecom shares take battering. 597
Working in unison to exploit Net potential. Pain, Steve 629
Yardie fear after eight are shot in street. Hibbs, Emma 474
Young guns going for glory at Nailcote Hall. 307

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