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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 8, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
`Sensual' Diana video shown at the Fringe. 387
A calculated gift. 119
A remedy for NHS ills? 1060
Aggregate puts up prices after turning in a solid first half. 412
Al Jaber at double to save Wolves. 234
Ambulance strike threat over cancelled holidays. 433
Annual house price increases have halved in six months. 331
Aspects: Snapshots of life for the over-60s; Mel Hunter talks to the spirited photographer behind the Senior Citizens exhibition at Birmingham Central Library. Hunter, Mel 1057
Autocentres are put into receivership. 176
BA is still in turbulence; Latest figures fail to impress analysts. Pain, Steve 525
Balancing business rights with privacy. Pain, Steve 426
Blues call uneasy truce; Squad 'positive' after bonus row. Bishop, Rob 487
Borough's 11-year search for home comes to fruition; NON-LEAGUE. 638
Boy dies in French bus crash; Four hurt as tragedy ends trip. Hazlewood, Phil 637
BP is singled out for boycott in fuel demo. 260
Bridges of sighs over the Thames. 158
Business View: Fear factor as eyes look east. O'Brien, James 407
Canal tragedy. 103
Carbone ready to roll out for Bantams. 397
Chance for those with designs on winning. 253
Chance to snap up UGC tickets. 165
Clarke is first past post for racecourse. O'Brien, James 509
Close Watch. 201
Coke credits are the new currency. 96
Compact image. 85
COOK UP A STORM! 244
Crash tragedy. 80
DAY IN LAND OF FIRE AND ICE! 219
Death followed fall. 173
Death is a funny old business. Watson, Amy 698
Demerged Carillion defies all its critics. 242
DIY hire tools that could kill unearthed. 280
Edgbaston clash has umpire in hot water. 356
End of manufactured bleakness. 245
End of the line for rail users in the countryside; Rural communities face the prospect of having their access to cheaper rail fares curtailed after operating companies threatened to limit ticket sales at smaller stations. Mel Hunter investigates. Hunter, Mel 1125
England flops on World Cup duty. Barlow, Matt 449
English 'face rising tide of racism'. 169
Extraordinary tale is told of girl power found in the past. Brady, Emma 600
Family ties Windsor to joining Stratford trail; Midland Alliance. 297
Father held after boy, 4 dies and sister is stabbed. 319
Fight to save pub. 179
Frightened teachers get bleepers. 180
Golf competition: Don't miss your chance to tee off with the pros. 477
Good Samaritan fights for his life. Aitchison, Neil 399
Greenpeace hijacks BP barge in Arctic oil exploration demo. 281
Gregory running rule over Celta duo. Bishop, Rob 458
Grey-surfing sector grows in force. 406
Guns alert is stepped up after man is caught in street gang crossfire. Aitchison, Neil 513
Hands-free mobiles are given the all-clear. Beattie, Jason 362
Harrison Ford flies to the rescue of stricken climber. 88
Hate mob attacks house. 96
Health authorities' link-up plan. 319
Heavens above - ten planets discovered. 338
Hereford shot down by Arnold. 322
Hit-squad to tackle shamed hospitals. Hudson, Jenny 660
Home-grown talent obscured by clubs' love of foreign stars. Lovell, Simon 479
Horan foot injury hampers Saracens. Baldock, Andrew 317
Hyder in U-turn as it backs major bid from Western. 415
Inchcape suffers pounds 9m slowdown. Buisness, James O'Brien 765
Iraq protest. 276
Jewish senator to be Gore running mate. 181
Jimi's family win rights to Web name. 158
Keane breaks Inter duck. 433
Keegan backs Europe for change in fortune. Robson, Michael 608
Keegan fury at pay-per-view Helsinki deal. 268
Last Night: Clubbing drama is the new This Life. Davies, MIke 338
Man accused of wounding pensioner at home. 108
Man crushed by car in drive. 120
Martial arts saved me from baseball bat wife. 361
McGrath pitches in for better England future. Curtis, John 235
Millennium projects `face failure'. Woodcock, Andrew 579
Mother and daughter on child prostitution charges. 143
MPs clash over hunt future; Independent authority plan attacked. Beattie, Jason 577
MPs urge Labour's radical Tony Benn to replace Betty as Speaker. 292
Murder hunt after mother and daughters die in house blaze. 310
New Chief promises more bobbies on beat. Bruce, Helen 644
New Tesco magazine deal could spell doom for the small shop. 419
NHS Direct failings 'may be risking people's lives'. Hudson, Jenny 498
No tribulations lying in Trials for Davies. 280
Obituary: Sir Alec Guinness - Ordinary man but amazing performer; Alison Jones pays tribute to one of England's finest actors, Sir Alec Guinness, who died at the weekend, aged 86. Jones, Alison 1298
On the house: Who's steering the good ship UK? Beattie, Jason 580
Parades Commission delays decision on Apprentice Boys' Belfast march. 612
Pebble Mill job claims dismissed. 283
Pensioner could face new jail term. 271
Perfect not good enough for upbeat Westwood. Casey, Phil 338
Petrol station fire hero is praised. 110
Pioneering site to help forward thinkers. 251
Platt plans to play his own trump card again. Ward, Michael 487
Police seek seizure of drug assets. 348
Posh Spice hits out in Blair baby row. 179
Post Script. 88
pounds 1/1m bill for running town hall. 294
pounds 12m boost as Harrison on a high. 214
Protesting granny has her day in court. Marland, Ian 393
Quarry on a winner with lottery. 284
Relieved Rammell open to offers. Bishop, Rob 435
Retailer's float has to wait. 257
Rider in tragedy. 115
Road chaos ahead after lorry crash. Transport, Richard Warburton 479
School assembly brings community together; Long gone are the days when school assemblies meant a Bible reading and a prayer, says Sarah Evans. Nowadays, pupils want to be involved in discussion. Evans, Sarah 912
Scotland Yard investigates sex guide for teenagers. Education, Jonathan Walker 371
Seeds of The Archers were planted in city chamber. 339
Shaanxi Romance. 201
Small Talk: Child could have drawn BP logo that cost pounds 4.6m. Goodman, Fay 756
Sonner on song as Blues engine begins to purr. 197
Southern firms up in No.3 spot. 353
Speedway: Wolves denied point by last-heat Correy decision; Wolverhampton 43 Oxford 47. Bishop, Rob 281
Splashing out on the reconstruction a Victorian swimming pool; Terry Grimley enjoys a preview of the latest and largest addition to the Black Country Living Museum, which opens to the public today. Grimley, Terry 903
Sunderland agree new Quinn deal. 334
Swimming: Ruckwood back in Olympic pool again. Thomson, Fraser 432
Take the intelligent approach. 1829
Tasty tap water can beat bottles. 254
Teacher 'gave boys brutal punishments'. 146
Tears of a JP 'due to tiredness'. 252
Technology and Telecoms keep Footsie ahead. 317
Teenagers hurt at fairground. 177
Telewest soaring as UPC comes on scene. Williams, Philip 1136
The Tomlinson view - Making designs. Tomlinson, Chris 464
Three car-bomb victims 'members of ETA'. 176
Thug who stabbed fireman for laugh is jailed. 325
To boost your B2B, that is now the question. Pain, Steve 880
Toss offers Worcester a crumb of comfort; At Northampton (final day of four): Northamptonshire (519, 19pts) beat Worcestershire (249 & 198, 2pts) by an innings and 72 runs. Scott, Ged 597
Tributes to awesome Sir Robin; Legendary broadcaster feared by politicians. Barnes, Anthony 702
UK forces `broke law' with lethal bomblets. Roberts, Bob 341
Veterans' plea. 179
Will he give up his golden chance?; Sprinter Mark Lewis-Francis tells Michael Ward why he is ready to forego a trip to the Olympics. Ward, Michael 955
Windies head down road to greater resolve; At Old Trafford (final day of five): England (303 & 80-1) drew with West Indies (157 438-7 dec). Cricket, Jack Bannister 934
Window of opportunity to run that by me again. Sage, Mark 264
Yugoslavs ignore plea for talks on Pcs held as spies. Sage, Mark 391

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