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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 9, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'Baby busters' doing their bit. 490
'Chosen' one Bercow remains unrepentent. 239
'Whim' costs pounds 500 fine. 132
A Bachelor of Birmingham; Students graduate in knowledge of the city brummie. Education, Jonathan Walker 578
A history to be proud of. 560
Activists hit the roof in animal cruelty protest. 232
Ambulance dispute over. 119
Anti-Euro brigade threat to economy. Mccabe, Steve 700
Archers began life in Broad Street. 360
Art school faces demolition. 134
Barclays best of mixed bunch with Goldman Sachs appeal. 459
Battered Leeds preparing for season-long absence of Batty. Parkes, Ian 559
Bears buckle down to triple crown repeat for Woolmer. Ward, Michael 477
Beatties has store plan for C&A site. 242
Belgrano damages lawyer held over missing woman. 153
Benefit fraudsters still costing pounds 4bn every year. Cordon, Gavin 329
Bloodied Worcester believe positives can stretch Essex. Scott, Ged 626
Bogie being courted by more than Harriers. Stoner, Colin 161
Bracewell blasts at New Road tracks. 477
Bright light in future for gases company boc. 432
British Pc rings diplomat as hearing set in Belgrade. Roberts, Bob 479
Bus driver is charged over boy's crash death. 423
Car bombings add to grim ETA death toll. 386
Care homes sell-off plan favoured over repairs. Affairs, Neil Connor Community 389
Caroline's spot of bother. 108
Cash boost is great news. 119
CBSO is a great asset to our city. 398
Chamber names its new director. 170
City scrap Ugo chase after pounds 7.5m bid snub. 449
Colt shares take a jolt over losses. 164
Company has eyes on Europe. 211
CPS gets speeding report on Jack Straw's Jaguar. 120
CPS managers are `hampered by poor recording of its court cases'. 251
Cricket team quartet accused of rape. 121
Cuts fuel surge as BP turns up the volume; BP fuels the benefit as cuts start to pay off. 341
England aiming to weave magic carpet for run-hungry Hussain. Cricket, Myles Hodgson 754
EU report calls for more road tolls. Beattie, Jason 445
Extra trip can allow juvenile to Dominaite. 282
Fertility experts bring life to the West Indies. Hudson, Jenny 362
First look at city's new art showcase; Just before the builders move in, Terry Grimley enjoys a preview of Birmingham's new modern art gallery. Grimley, Terry 1113
Five-wicket Boje sees South Africa leading. 201
Forest end Johnson's swap deal. 193
Former mayor dies, aged 73. 102
Getting in a spin over a trolley; Despite initial dubious response from Sainsbury's trolley boss, customer reaction was positive. Davies, Mike 288
Giant leap lies ahead of Edwards. 247
GMC was too lenient, says breast op woman. 312
GOING HEAD TO HEAD; In the first of three articles on the political scene in the United States, Political Editor Jason Beattie looks at the two contenders for the Presidency, Al Gore and George W Bush. Beattie, Jason BeattiePolitical Jason 1233
Good news for; Brummie musical. Slim, John 613
Graffiti daubers' families could face eviction graffiti. Municipal, Alun Thorne 411
Grandmother sleuth. 173
Graydon's new drive for Byfield. 213
Great divide between schools. 140
Hard act for the troops in Kosovo; Simon Evans talks to ex-Spandau star Tony Hadley. Hadley, Tony 814
Hate-mail charge man is bailed. 114
Henman to lead charge. 96
High honour for Rotunda. 230
Historic sub raised. 190
Hope for man in jail 23 years for murder. Thorne, Alun 615
Hopefuls jostling for possession of Sydney berths. Ward, Michael 549
Hospital dispute talks end in deadlock. 97
Hundreds flee forest fires which could burn for months. 335
IMI looking for market strength. 183
Incentives for Sussex in Bevan's departure; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 368
Insects die from global warming. 214
JAGGER SEES HALL BARE ALL FOR GRADUATE OPENING NIGHT. Morrison, James 281
Jerry's stage strip debut. 160
Joachim heading for lions' den. Bishop, Rob 684
Ketsbaia winning way with Wolves. Bishop, Rob 364
Key target Trollope off-limits to Albion. Ward, Michael 422
Library worker quizzed. 135
Life of Brian: A hawk, wings spread, claws outstretched, swoops down on its prey. 122
Lofty ambitions in gem for the Jewellery Quarter. Pain, Steve 294
Macca can choose his club - James. Curtis, John 395
Make mine a swift 14 pints, claims Hague. 436
Man held after three die in blaze at family's home. 276
Manager wins pounds 100,000 payout; Bank stress drove me out. Hudson, Jenny 753
Marconi forges pounds 12m support deal with Cable & Wireless. Pain, Steve 444
Marquess `stole in Harvey Nichols' Aristocrat denies pocketing pounds 257 items. Mead, Nick 467
Millions left homeless as killer monsoon brings flooding devastation. 352
Montinex receivers. 86
Mullally in prime form to worry ex-colleagues. 140
Mum's the word for Anna. 582
New label launch for maestro McGee as he waits to bump into his next superstar. 446
Oasis rocked by new attack. 167
OCEANS OF THERAPY. 905
Our motorists have rights too. 198
Paddington Green star faces jail over sex attack on girl. 265
Parents will sue us, say headteachers. Hayes, Dominic 377
Pause for thought for head teacher. 151
Pharmacy students' shock. 82
Pinochet trial a step nearer. Williams, Richard 478
Police bunkered as golf conman bounces around the country. 344
Post Script. 117
Post Script. 167
Post Script. 94
Post Style: Enjoy a first class taste of London. 288
Post Style: Heat's on to win tickets; POST OFFER. 277
Post Style: Here comes the bill . . .; LIFESTYLE Everyone loves a wedding, but if you have several invites this summer, you may be concerned at the escalating cost of toasting the happy couples. Georgina Pattinson offers some advice. 968
Post Style: How to fit work life into your home; Gabrielle Fagan has some tips for those of you who are planning to end the daily commute and work from home. 918
Post Style: INTERIORS: Back to BASICS; Minimalism and simplicity are the keys to millennial living. Sabita Kumari discovers a new range of goods that will enhance any home. 208
Post Style: It's all in the chemistry; Mike Davies enjoys some banter with Kevin Kline and Kenneth Branagh. 450
Post Style: Jo Ind's Diary. 435
Post Style: Meet the authors; Celebrity Dinner. 113
Post Style: Post Style: AGAINST THE ODDS. 747
Post Style: Spoilt for choice at our lunchtime feast; TABLE TALK. 941
Post Style: Stay in luxury in historic Salisbury. 352
pounds 15m injection to help beat winter beds blues. Beattie, Jason 345
pounds 200m space project will learn how the earth and sun interact chapman. 350
pounds 50m scheme for pensioners to travel on the buses at half price. 244
pounds 5m air-rail link takes off. Transport, Richard Warburton 456
pounds 7m chance to improve for Rover suppliers. 251
Psychologist warns over Web addiction. Shoesmith, Ian 409
Quarter of axed doctors back in practice. Woodcock, Andrew 296
QUOTE THE DAY. 368
Report accuses militant jail staff of putting prisoners `at risk'. 547
Residents worry about value of their homes as new cemetery plans are approved. 448
Restoring Nelson to former glory. 198
Rewriting the Bard's history. 727
Rodders leaves Del Boy to be a bumbling GP. Barnes, Anthony 362
Rolls-Royce jet order as ventures take-off. 379
Roman army trove. 93
Salmonella outbreak. 102
Samaritan still critical. 100
Seasonal cheers for SFI as sun shines on leisure. Williams, Philip 597
Sex beast killed himself after attack on home. 417
Sex sentence 'a conspiracy'. 622
Six die as blast hits commuters in rush-hour victim. 327
Six hurt in Thomas the Tank Engine crash. 173
Smart way to pay fare. 81
Smith & Nephew plan to increase the family. Economics, Nevill Boyd Maunsell 472
Soap fan faces court for obsession with actress; Fan turned my life upside down - star. 250
Software specialists are ready for the Italian job. O'Brien, James 355
Sony denies rip-off as PlayStation costs pounds 100 more in UK. 409
Stony silence as Leo steals the limelight. Moynihan, Tim 378
Swine fever alert on farm. 119
The gloom fires keep burning in Midlands; Midlands keeps the gloom fires burning Industry morale slumps, says CBI. Economics, Nevill Boyd Maunsell 418
The questions. 174
Theme for the day. 482
Trials and tribulations for the First Lady; Whoever becomes the next Mrs President, it's going to be a tough act following Hillary, says Noreen Barr. 999
Under-16 girls pick up Pill in chemist scheme. 295
Upper class yobs under fire at royal holiday spot. Wheldon, Julie 439
US energy supplier fuses with Midland Electricity. 278
Use of uranium must be banned. 206
Voyage of discovery will be a family day to remember. Education, Jonathan Walker 332
What the syllabus contains. 166
White police in racism win. 198
Why holidaymakers still believe bronze is beautiful; Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun so they say. But are we ignoring the dangers of UV rays in favour of fashion? Georgina Pattinson finds out. Pattinson, Georgina 914
Wildlife protection plan. 109
Woman dies after incident at court. Aitchison, Neil 196
Worthington Cup finalists sent west for big day out; FOOTBALL ROUND-UP. 439

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