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

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Title Author Type Words
'God's worker' loses job battle. Connor, Neil 454
A VAT of European injustice in E-commerce. Pain, Steve 529
Access limited to jailed Britons. 157
Action to curb travellers. 104
Airport leaves its rivals at departure gate. Lewis, Colin 388
All grow for WPP as ads boom continues. 353
Allen is key to new homes. 137
Another day of chaos as train strikes tree. Transport, Richard Warburton 463
Attacked refugees moved. 114
Bank on a change at trendy eating house. Dale, Paul 352
Big sporting events are the platform for Lavendon success lavendon. 427
Boy, 3, saw his father killed by parcel bomb. 380
Boyfriend remanded after house blaze murders. 127
BP protesters buoyant. 89
Brummie author Child eyeing up the world; Thriller writer Lee Child talks to Alison Jones about his forthcomng booksigning and the chance of a film based on one of his novels. Jones, Alison 922
Bull Ring traders move upmarket to Mayfair. 246
Burglar in court attack gets nine years. 207
Bus drivers refuse to pick up rowdy pupils. 142
Cash bid delays Ferguson deal; FOOTBALL ROUND-UP. 676
Catholic nun `beat girls and washed them in disinfectant'. 491
Chelsea's hero in apology to villain. Barlow, Matt 512
Chip shop owner's food fight ends in court. Mccarthy, Ross 258
Computer dating takes on new meaning as choice of PC reveals the ideal mate. 336
Confident Coulthard still believes; FORMULA ONE. Motorsport, Ian Gordon 398
Corus unions fear the worst. 100
Countrywoman with a no-frills approach; As Princess Anne celebrates her 50th birthday, Ros Dodd writes about the royal who's not afraid to get her hands dirty. Dodd, Ros 853
Cover up row over RAF's 2pc bombs blast. 540
Crew may be `torpedoed' to safety. 286
Danoli out to pasture in happy and healthy form. 282
DCS aiming to take a byte into US market. 187
Detectives narrow Kirsty murder suspects down to just eight men. Greenhill, Sam 356
Dewar defends Minister in exam row. Bird, Simon 458
Direct approach with Edwina. Davies, Mike 292
Disaster beneath the sea; Stricken Russian sub could leak radioactive fluid. Westcott, Sarah 523
Driverless coach careers towards train line. 240
Drivers told to look on the bright side of town's solar-powered meters. Aston, Paul 330
Drunken air rage man `was afraid of flying'. 244
Egyptian acid attacker pays with eye for an eye. 237
Enigmatic variation for Elgar; pounds 1m and Internet to keep composer's spirit alive. Connor, Neil 584
Europe bans UK pigs over swine fever. 430
Finding a new way of banking online; INTERACTIVE. Watson, Amy 699
Firm is fined pounds 20,000 for blast that killed workman. 201
FOOTBALL FA fear worst with transfer market at EU's mercy. Stone, Simon 609
Francis in top shape to cash in on options. Halford, Brian 533
Frantic battle to save baby boy revealed. 134
From The Past. 119
Gehe has the right chemistry. 261
Get your training while on the move. Payne, Sophie 184
Glamorgan panicked by late charge; NATIONAL LEAGUE. 459
Gloucestershire put inspired Lord's case. Hodgson, Myles 737
GM crops 'will help save British farming'. Brady, Emma 752
Hand flair, pilot of the future. 253
Harriers' two-year deal to tempt Bogie. Stoner, Colin 207
Headmaster faces retrial. 97
Hidden meanings behind hit songs; Phil Gould looks at the inspiration behind top songs. Gould, Phil 640
High cost of road delays. 516
Holding the reins. 149
Home draw for Southgate. Bishop, Rob 595
Honda's eggs in one gasket now. Duckers, John 521
Hospital strike stepped up; Four-day stoppage by hundreds. Thorne, Alun 529
Hotel group still sees room for improvement. Pain, Steve 600
Hunt for beach boy Jake is scaled down. Farmer, Brian 549
Hyder bids deadline ends in confusion. 247
Jazz fans young and old find rich pickings; Martin Longley selects highlights from the Brecon Jazz Festival. Longley, Martin 519
last.minute splashes pounds 59m. 130
Leaders in Omagh blast justice call. 231
Leeds line up defender Matteo with pounds 4m bid. 136
Lewis dismisses history man. 135
Lewis-Francis steps back to the future. Athletics, David Martin 727
Lies lead to prison. 172
Mackelworth wins call-up. 96
Marking 'may be biased against women'. 401
Martin sacks lawyers. 117
Mass participation. 136
Metnor set to make pounds 90m bid for Ash & Lacy. 301
Mini-recession hits city. Cranage, John 414
Mistaken identity theory in shooting. Warburton, Richard 287
Molyneux leads way. 112
Move these perverts council told. Allen, Vanessa 397
My career ruined, says teacher cleared of cruelty. 157
Naturist takes naked campaign to court. 312
Network to challenge the capital. 264
New kidney fears for Billie. 84
Newcomer Moore left facing guessing game for Stourbridge; Midland Alliance. Non-League, Colin Stoner 470
No 10 welcomes Hague's call for paedophiles to face life sentences. 422
No foreign languages please, we're British; The English are notoriously bad at learning languages. But where are we going wrong, asks Sarah Evans. Evans, Sarah 996
No right of appeal to save Pressman. 233
Norwich is Viagra hotbed. 164
ON THE HOUSE: Healthy debate is what is needed; COMMENT. Beattie, Jason 557
On This Day. 135
One-course meal should suit every gourmet's palate. Golf, Michael Blair 530
Parascan gets pounds 2m to make its mark in printing. 244
Patience pushing Henman on and upwards. 475
Patient snubbed treatment. 212
Percy shaping up to crow once again. Veritas 428
Picker hurt in strawberry fields brawl. 190
Pool death inquest opens. 101
POST REVIEWS The play's the thing; Edward III Swan, Stratford-upon-Avon. Edmonds, Richard 316
Post Script. 87
Post Script. 145
Post Script. 100
Professor John Knapton outside Newcastle University. 88
Progress in wildfire fight. 83
Racing away in world of telecom. 535
Rare Italian marble takes centre stage; Terry Grimley looks at major new works acquired by Birmingham's Barber Institute. Grimley, Terry 348
Realities of a geisha girl; Olivia Convey talks to film-maker Mick Csaky who was allowed an insight into the private world of the geisha. Convey, Olivia 927
Recruitment firm deal is just the job. Duckers, John 189
Road plans blocked by U-turn. Beattie, Jason 474
Rugby look for Beard to add cut-throat sharpness to attack; Dr Martens League. 401
RUGBY UNION CUP DRAWS. 553
Sainsbury's Bank Drive puts cars on the shelves. O'Brien, James 328
Seven die as bomb explodes on train. 147
Shame of inseparable sisters facing prison over death of frail Rose, 87. 279
Sick Iraqi girl heads for US. 109
Small, but perfectly-formed, menace; Fraser Thomson, handicapped by his swing, undergoes a short course in the golfer's art at Nailcote Hall. Thomson, Fraser 1144
Soccer stars sent for trial over attack on Asian. 98
Stakeholder pensions slow to catch on. 207
Standard Life faces another challenge. 399
Street victim knocked out. 140
Study of arrests reveals rise in drug-related crime. 106
Swans' big kick-off left in wait for home improvements; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. Stoner, Colin 379
Takeover plan brewing. 165
Takeover speculation makes it a better day for the financiers. 362
Taking the Blair lead. 1826
Taylor makes for new-look Wolves striker. Bishop, Rob 557
The search is on online; INTERACTIVE. 454
Theme For The Day. 124
Third major German deal for Marconi. Pain, Steve 437
Time running out for 107 on stricken sub. 409
Tough phone for outdoor types. 170
TransTec rescue bid. 129
Tube fines may be axed. 87
ULTIMATE CLASSICS OFFER. 155
Union votes for action over new council pay. 406
Universities to take on 3,000 more students. Education, Jonathan Walker 369
US-style school buses may be on way. 209
Walker waits. 91
Warning on legal pitfalls. Pain, Steve 982
Warwickshire cheered by tale from the Riverside; At Chester-le-Street: Warwickshire (203-3, 4pts) beat Durham (202-7) by seven wickets. Halford, Brian 1048
Weaving a web of success. 93
Wedding blues as department is closed. 416
Whisky cake plea makes history; Drink-driver escapes car licence ban. Hiscott, Graham 429
Whitehead's vindication delights Barnett; NATWEST TROPHY. 331
Wind in the Willows plan angers villagers. 229
Worcester leads way in pounds 12m revamp. 204
YOU'LL NEVER FORGET KENYA. 228
Young love gets an unfit rating. 146

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