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

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[3] NEWS DIGEST. 754
A memorable performance; Takacs Quartet Symphony Hall. Mackney, Clare 243
A sad day for industry. 555
A&L drops merger hint as profits soar. Deshmukh, Anita 479
After-school club hailed as a lesson for Britain. Walker, Jonathan 689
Alliance boosts the TI group. 212
At last Rough justice bangs the drum for reborn Brum; A new report at last comes out with what Midlanders know already - Birmingham is a great city. A smug Jason Beattie gloats. Beattie, Jason 974
Atilla the Nun makes her peace with bishop atilla. Dougherty, Hugh 446
Award for pub that brings in the girls pub. Lyster, Samantha 560
Awarding the VC for quick Net gain. Tomlinson, Chris 464
Back to nature in symbolic drama. Davies, Mike 288
Bragging Top Gear clocker is jailed. 205
Bridge problem. 175
Brierley Hill and Dudley get Merseyside blues in five-goal rout; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. Hollinshead, Graeme 241
Brighouse slammed over computer offer. 219
Britons face greatest risk of heart disease. 268
Budget crisis threatens Straw's police pledge. Bruce, Helen 470
Camra cheered by review into brewing. 192
Carbone: I'm not talking Italian. Curtis, John 320
Chocolates or custody for hijack jet Afghans. Farmer, Brian 603
City View: Are cracks showing at Wedgwood? Lindsay, Robert 371
Colleagues 'failed to help' Pc attacked in toilets. McCARTHY, ROSS 658
Comment- readers letters: Farmers launch their fight back. 1626
Computer power generates business. Deshmukh, Anita 497
Cook's tour of new-look EU for MPs. 329
Couple 'hired clown as hitman' Trial is told of plot to kill stepson. Beal, Peter 455
Cutting back on red e-tape in Europe. 261
Dying village which is a blooming inspiration. Graham, Ian 325
Fitness fanatic, 35, is killed by heart attack. 156
Footsie haunted by inflation fears. 379
Francis backs Blues strike duo to blaze play-off trail. Ward, Michael 697
Free computer games on the net. 342
Froggatt at pains over Summerbee challenge. 278
Further into the red but Netcall base doubles. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 444
Gang of four charged over pitch battles. Baker, Steven 633
Going back in time with new site. 271
GOLF Campbell and Woods head for matchplay clash. Garrod, Mark 874
Gould and Wright move towards exit amid Barnes fallout. 557
Haider shuns Brussels as he is warned over speaking for Austria. 396
Hall keeps berth for big match appetiser. 124
Hick sees `home' run as answer to drought. 1019
Hope it's rain! 196
Hospital is fined pounds 15,000 for fatal malaria blood blunder. 394
I ONLY HIT GLENDA ONCE - EX-HUSBAND. 207
I wanted to shoot Amin as he slept, says Snow. Morrison, James 271
I was drugged says doctor accused of murder plot. Warburton, Richard 515
I'm calm but I'll kill hostage - Bronson; By Damien Pearse Special Correspondent. 448
It pays off when you're underneath the arches. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 286
Jargon which goes the full nine yards. 172
Johnson set to double up. 140
Joy for sweethearts as they win Valentine's Day divorce. Aston, Paul 320
Kart-death husband planned world cruise. Ross, Anne Marie 389
Killed by New Labour; Blair policies blamed for closure of historic foundry No way to forge ahead/Page 13. Pain, Steve; Gray, Chris 760
Kinski decides to get off the Stagecoach. 738
Labour's scorn as Hague hits the road. 287
Lamaison blow gives England Paris lift. Baldock, Andrew 435
Legal back-up for SMEs. 247
Letter from Japan: Psychological fallout of nuclear accidents. Parker, Ginny 668
Livingstone fury over poll count delay. 179
Mandelson in flurry of talks to get peace process back on track. 529
Mayock granted short course slot. 434
Men behaving badly red-carded. Baker, Steven 655
Midland Digest: Deadly arsenal seized from hospital patients. 786
Millennium man tops the romantic pops. 261
Mother dies on her birthday after doctors' blood blunder. 271
Mutual benefits realised after interest rate rise. Halstead, Ian 355
Navel gazing with the mediocre. Kirkland, Oliver 267
Newly-wed died in high speed crash. 769
NEWS DIGEST. 736
No longer a future to forge; Fire goes out at pioneering Folkes after 300 years chief. Smith, Sue 1055
No way to forge ahead; Another Midland manufacturing business is going to the wall. Jason Beattie investigates why. Beattie, Jason 955
Noel's baby daughter in 999 scare. 171
ON THE HOUSE Falling off the back of a lorry. Gray, Chris 620
Outrage over Longbridge reports; Business Staff. O'brien, James 529
Paddington tragedy hoaxer tried to fake death. Greenhill, Sam 449
Personal voice in music for the masses; Christopher Morley meets a composer who is finding her voice after a lifetime spent on either side of Europe's political divide. Morley, Christopher 930
Plea to take special needs children. 456
pounds 4.5m boost as pioneering Invest to Save Budget kicks in to help the community. Warburton, Richard 336
Pray for us, says tornado town; 22 die as winds devastate Georgia. Williams, David 471
Prescott announces Marchioness inquiry. 466
Priory's in-form big guns set sights on semi-finals. Thomson, Fraser 625
Rally boy cheered for father just before crash. 294
READER OFFER Enjoy a day of pure pampering. 410
Rising standards bring a positive report. 167
Routing around the network in seconds. Prangle, Brian 635
Saddlers look to ward off Ricketts predators. Bishop, Rob 384
Scots facing D-Day over Leslie for Irish trip. 322
Sean's message of support as 179 protesters arrested. Dougherty, Hugh 464
Second time lucky as Lee's persuasive powers go to work. Bishop, Rob 656
Sell-out success a fitting end for Dunn in Brum; Caroline Dunn is heading for Australia after four years running Birmingham Stage Company. Terry Grimley reports. Grimley, Terry 555
Selling like a hot potato. Deshmukh, Anita 580
Spacecraft embraces Eros asteroid on Valentine's Day. 175
Sports Digest: Dutch delight for smooth Henman. 402
Spring back in hopeful Aloisi step. Curtis, John 326
Staff hit out over hospital 'interrogation'. 188
Star chaser Teeton Mill forced to retire. Veritas 527
Straw sets force new targets in regional crime crackdown. Bruce, Helen 519
Suspect 'confesses' to Paradise isle murder. 420
Swan song for maestro Robinson. 307
Tanker accidents raise spectre of oil-spill disaster. 354
Tesco leads charge on labelling barriers. 278
The second time around dads; Ros Dodd and Cate Wilson look at the longer - and more active - life men are now enjoying. Wilson, Ros Dodd Cate 1232
THEME FOR THE DAY. 458
Toy glory leaves Leo beached. 167
Treasury told to take environment into account in spending plans. 479
TV dream-garden joke ends with wife in tears. 386
TV swordsman Green takes a swipe at Blair. 244
TV? You can bet on it, says Ladbrokes. 185
Tyco wins pounds 122.5m battle for Critchley. 300
Victims of thalidomide launch campaign. 265
Villa pile on agony for Gazza; Middlesbrough 0 Aston Villa 4. Bishop, Rob 746
Walking the dog leads to chats with new pals. Walker, Jonathan 277
Warwickshire put one-day series ball back in Donald's court. Thomson, Fraser 523
Web could save Government millions. 176
Wedgwood finds that the Duchess is priceless; Fantastic American TV coverage, says finance chief. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 429
Welsh vow to make amends for French thrashing. Silver, Neil 515
Woman tells of eight-hour rape ordeal after being grabbed off the street. Posner, Michael 397
Wonderbra offer 'could be a lift for Courtaulds'. 242
WORLD DIGEST. 735

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