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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 28, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
A different holiday perspective. 164
A fine work with links to the city. 223
A uniform solution to update staff; M&S undoubtedly wants a new uniform to show that it is in touch - but not necessarily one that you can see through, writes Noreen Barr. Barr, Noreen 979
Action replay as Strachan enjoys away-day show; PREMIERSHIP. Dent, Adam 687
Albrighton set for Bucks call-up; Nationwide Conference preview. Stoner, Colin 313
All-round talent of; Giles does for Tufnell. Hodgson, Myles 876
An enjoyable trip to a musical birthplace. 174
Andrew blast for 'cynical' Tigers. 201
Animal rights extremists who are ready to use violence. 270
ARC takes the dive and floats. 325
Army defuses terrorist bombs; Chance discovery raises spectre of terror attack. Higgens, Dave; Allen, Nick 425
Arson inquiry after old farmhouse burns down. 99
Bad behaviour at the highest level. 212
Banjo set to play away. 95
Battling with funding to create a beautiful Welsh Butterfly; Christopher Morley reports on the trials of Mid-Wales Opera's latest production. Morley, Christopher 1014
Bears squeezed to slow death; One-day kings hand out well-merited final humiliation. Bannister, Jack 1235
Bogus firemen pull gun on store worker. 200
Bowen making up for late kick-off as Evesham aim for polished perfection; DR MARTENS WESTERN. 575
Brewer goes to war with the City; Besieged boss slams predators. Duckers, John 1763
Bridge Class. 211
Bright start to Caribbean capers. Mcbeth, Colette 250
Brummie Delgado sets British ball rolling in US Open test. Malley, Frank 527
Buzzing Hall sets Draycote trout standard. Worth, Norman 414
By George - landlord battles on the Net. 327
Captured journalists thought they would die. 550
Cardinal offers safe haven for Siamese twins. 227
Cautious Graydon keeps lid on bubbling Saddlers; Swindon Town 1 Walsall 4. Marston, Paul 595
Celtic Bay worth the wait at Chepstow. Veritas 521
Champions-elect soak up points on afternoon of dampened hopes; FIRST and SECOND DIVISION REVIEW. Scott, Ged; Warrillow, Martin 451
Change by 1,000 cuts as bruised banks pay attention to female staff. 365
Child-porn rings beaten in mail depot operations. 336
Conservative's gay `marriage' proposals are branded liberal fig leaf. 344
Cox senses Australian footsteps on horizon. Blair, Michael 898
Cricket Talk: Counties protest early tour calls as ECB discard Pack. Bannister, Jack 1064
Crime up but V2000 crowd is praised. 442
Crown Green Bowls: Rivals crash to boost George title bid. Wakelam, Mike 236
Cutting down on unwanted regulation. Hemming, John 650
Denham's fury after 'lost ball' expulsion. 344
Digging for information. 144
Ducros quality worth every penny to Kiddy. Stoner, Colin 659
East End dynasty of hatred and brutality. 389
Excuses prove pointless for Albion; DIVISION ONE. Nuttall, George 630
Fashion Nowhere to hide; Want a pair of leather trousers? Fashion Editor Carole Ann Rice wants you to be sure you know what you're doing. Rice, Carole Ann 586
Football police will target fans' ringleaders. 319
Formula One: Brilliant Hakkinen on title track. Gordon, Ian 615
Four trapped in lift as fire engulfs giant TV tower. 356
Freed hostages weep for those who remain. 235
Friends' fury as Kray freed to death sentence. Broadley, Ashley 540
Frill-free gameplan produces another silver lining; Brian Halford says the efficiency of cricket's very own Wimbledon acts as counterbalance to their gracelessness. Halford, Brian 804
From The Past. 128
Go-ahead Mills tops fees target. 133
Greene for go as Gardner steps up sprint for Olympic glory. Martin, David 333
Hard-hitting SA too strong for Pakistan. 346
Hardly a classic but Sedgley gives Wolves the final word; Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 Burnley 0. Scott, Ged 764
Harry potty children are flocking to join the Magic Circle. 380
Health officials try to calm parents over vaccine claims. Mcbeth, Colette 432
Heart to heart over the next generation of life-givers; The miniature electric heart pump could become as common as a pacemaker by the next decade and replace transplants. Health Correspondent Jenny Hudson explains how the thumb-sized life-saver works. Hudson, Jenny 437
Help for tourists. 121
Holidaymakers are flocking to see the pub with no beer. 336
Hospital equipment pledge. 143
Hospital staff's week-long strike. 302
Hostile overture threatens to trip Anglo-German wedding march. 615
How are the mighty fallen. 265
Inkster's crown despite bogeys. 348
Inquiry over toxic fumes in aircraft. 109
Johnston aiming at big targets. 90
King aiming for Bucks to travel with confidence; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. Non-League, Colin Stoner 670
Labour `makes breaks dear'. 87
Last man Parkin to rescue for Glamorgan. 527
Last Night: Wise cracks get lost at sea. Davies, Mike 285
Leader's stand-off goes on. 137
Letter From Portugal: Plastic inflow threatens to seal fate of cork stoppers. Roberts, Martin 685
Lightning halts Woods' bid. Garrod, Mark 373
Marcelo pleads for place in Blues' reckoning. 321
Met move on child-sex offenders. 182
Midland Alliance Wednesfield steal Police's points; NON-LEAGUE. Non-League, Colin Stoner 312
Millions miss out on Bank Holiday while bosses relax. 325
Ministry makes light of French beef ban. 99
motorsport: Grace accepts favours of troubled opponents. Hill, Derek 469
Mr and Mrs ministers. 90
Mummy track or the fast track?; In the absence of family-friendly policies women have to choose lesser careers for other obligations '. Macrae, Penny 622
New city design chief. 133
New job for Stephenson. 112
New president vows action. 127
New survey says that having a Brummie accent is a deterrent to doing business. 371
No 10 meetings defended. 107
No fluke for steady Fulke. 355
Non-stop approach tiring Windies - Harper. 307
Nuclear submarines `not ready for action'. 285
O'Neill's heroes demolish Rangers; Celtic 6 Rangers 2. Roberts, Chris 826
Obituary: A lovely man and a fine pastor. 275
Oh dear, so dear London. Beattie, Jason 715
One dead and eight hurt in spate of crashes. Luck, Deborah 482
Out of the rat race and back Down To Earth; Warren Clarke goes back to nature for his latest role. He talks to Olivia Convey. Convey, Olivia 1062
Overgrown preservation orders. 212
Parents fear pollution harm. 90
Parents urged to keep young off railway lines. 159
Post Review: A blast from the past. 251
Post Review: Who ever said that swing was dead? Longley, Martin 429
Post Script. 101
Post Script. 86
Post Script. 130
pounds 3,000 hellos for graduates. 106
Premier faces grilling over why terrorists' Olympic nuclear plot was kept secret. Williams, Brian 473
Price on UK troops' freedom; West Side Boys want leader back. Roberts, Bob 499
Racism row over language plan; Tories under fire for `slur' on doctors. Roberts, Bob 349
RAF honours airmen 60 years after fatal Icelandic crash. Dougherty, Hugh 562
Rapist on run threw party for friends before fleeing country. 308
Rich pickings for comic. 81
Ripping yarn after night camping in wolves' enclosure. 379
Rob Roy signs off with rare document. 158
Robbery behind killings in Indian Bermuda Triangle. Tan, Ju-Lin 496
Robins pay heavy price for victory; Cheltenham Town 2 Torquay United 0. 284
Rugby's Premier joy. Russell, Ken 187
Safety scheme's pounds 30,000. Battersby, Lucy 215
Sanctuary fails to satisfy appetite of horny devils. Brady, Emma 370
Schofield future can turn for better on sub-continent. 424
Schools rapped for slow preparations. 296
Second try for Pelsall; FA Cup. 95
Share Tips. 304
Sharp-shooting Dundas done good again to put brakes on Worcester; DR MARTENS PREMIER. Non-League, Colin Stoner 549
Shrews get extra time to cure ills; Chesterfield 3 Shrewsbury Town 0. Binnersley, Brian 278
Softer play surfaces. 116
Soldiers die in gunfight to capture top terrorist. 180
Speedway: Midland rivals bank on bumper turn-out. Pearson, Nigel 608
Sports Quotes Of The Week. 180
Sports talk. 713
Standards must be maintained. 193
Staying on message. 509
Stroll by the Trent feels good for Blues; Profligate strike force only concern as Forest are trampled underfoot. Bishop, Rob 797
Sunshine gives us a break . . .; And it should stay today. Connor, Neil 611
Teenager has CJD as second case is feared. Hudson, Jenny 512
The Carole Ann Rice Column: Big Brother is still watching. Rice, Carole Ann 606
The unjustness of justice?; The Home Secretary has finally allowed Reggie Kray to be a free man - but has it come too late? Chief Feature Writer. Dodd, Ros 1185
Theme For The Day. Russell, Rev Peter W. 133
Three shot dead before man turns gun on himself. 257
Top BBC man admits Pebble Mill may be too costly to keep. Beattie, Jason 484
Top of the shops poll. 86
Torrential rain brings flood chaos. 210
Town in shock over killing of young dancer. Luck, Deborah 752
Trail-blazers in the fight against crooks. Revill, John 323
Troops stay on alert in wait for loyalist truce. Graham, Ian 305
Twin towers inspire Villa; Aston Villa 1 Chelsea 1 Football news. Bishop, Rob 774
Under-achieving Bears bow to rain and record-men. Halford, Brian 547
US law blocks efforts to see dying father. 170
Vialli draws comfort in hate stakes. 86
Victims in silent march over church 'cover-up'. 367
Villain Vieira the hero in Gunners' stunning display. 610
Walsall are showered with gifts from above; PREMIER LEAGUE REVIEW. Scott, Ged 674
Wasps stay grounded after hot Bath. 214
Watch out, children. 143
Why Charlie is the darling in garden. 358
Will there be no alternative? 110
Williams on the rack. 81
With a hoe, hoe, hoe, robed Bill wins hearts. Mohammed, Arshad 320
Woodland row settled. 122
Worcestershire fall from heights; Kent (228-8, 4pts) beat Worcestershire (134) by 94 runs. 671
World first as surgeon fits mini pump to heart patient. Hudson, Jenny 577

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