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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 17, 2000)

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Adams warns of 'vacuum' Fears over dissidents as peace talks resume war. Cordon, Gavin 699
Airtours admits Millennium error. 317
Albion boss back for attack. Scott, Ged 307
Allan hooked on second restaurant. 190
AMEC buys Canadian rival in pounds 221m deal. 244
B&B buys mortgage broker in pounds 100m deal. 183
Bad news . . . . . . good news. 523
Banking pair admit plan to launder Russian money. 316
Bard with a brogue; Troilus and Cressida Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry. Adams, Steve 249
Barry in teenage rampage. Bradley, Mark 412
Belinda moves into hot seat; People on the move. 111
Bickerton hoping to watch his season's sun rise on Algarve. Scott, Ged 607
Big chance for Tarrant to walk on Ayr bubble. Stone, Simon 318
Big man Huggins returning to counter Croatian power. 267
Birmingham's secret role in creating the atom bomb; America claimed much of the credit for the atomic bomb but scientists and researchers in wartime Birmingham did much of the original work. A new BBC documentary looks at the role the city played. David Gregory reports. Gregory, David 830
Blunkett spells out a brighter future. Walker, Jonathan 364
Bore clashes with Haider over European human rights. 277
Brown seeks labelling solution to US beef ban. 149
Burrows preparing to bounce back. 243
Call for new policy to save our woodland. Jones, Peter 337
Casino plans unveiled. 199
Christie finds willing helpers. 700
Claret and blue pair enjoying recent vintage; By VERITAS Racing Correspondent. 348
Closer relationships put in spotlight; Birmingham City Council Economic Development Department. Spooner, Paul 442
Collymore in trouble after seven days. 240
Combined effort to bring Kalejs to justice. Warburton, Richard 319
Computer family leads the way in Europe after pounds 100m deal; Business Staff. Pain, Steve 494
Conservative attitudes threaten development. 561
Deals; Investment bears fruit. 294
Deals; Joint venture starts New Year with major deal. 600
Directors are disqualified for 13 years. 130
Distribution sector faces major impact. Quintin, RICHARD BROWN Richard Ellis St 525
Doubts raised over investigation which blamed Briton for plane crash. 409
Enckelman stands by for Villa Cup battle. Bishop, Rob 234
Experts to ease tenancy problems. 174
Fighting for the miners' pensions; Letters. 1606
Finalrealm set to take the biscuit. 181
Francis locates problem area on glory road; NATIONAL ROUND-UP. Bishop, Rob 431
Fry this on for size - a dress made of chips chips. 215
Future is 'e-shaped' says Brown. 322
Gardener tearing up track before Ghent. Martin, David 158
Gill warns of energy tax threat. 168
Great, great, great gran. 109
Halifax goes high-tech with BT Cellnet deal; Business Staff. Deshmukh, Anita 503
Harper fight for Saddlers swansong. 223
Hendrie and Naylor chase glory. 254
Hick counts England's blessings; Graeme Hick kept his crucial white piece of paper handy until rushing England to victory for a special personal moment in the first one-day international against Zimbabwe yesterday. Field, David 928
HICK HOORAY FOR ENGLAND. 80
High Court throws out challenge over legal aid. Aston, John 318
Higher crude oil prices fuel recovery; Market report. 427
Hospital accused of cover-up; Parents want inquiry after organs were removed without consent towner. Aitchison, Neil 1107
Hugs as son cleared of plotting to kill parents. 293
Husband shot dead his wife and her lover before killing himself. 270
Independent Energy pledge on billing glitch. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 446
Innovative centre opens for business. 224
Interactive's flotation delay blip. 174
It's a pig of a life as exports flood in. Plumlee, Lynn 231
Jayasuriya has reasons to celebrate. 265
Jobless figures at 20-year low but region bucks the trend. O'brien, James 594
John Tams jobs at stake as receivers are called in. 285
Keith takes on new role; People on the move. 152
Lifeline for British countryside; Recruitment drive as pounds 1.6bn goes on offer Business Staff. O'brien, James 548
Looking forward brings rewards. 156
Low unemployment fuels inflation fear. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 230
Man held over acid death. 229
Man in dock over incident at Gatcombe. 209
Manufacturing takes a pounding. 141
McGeechan taking care over Leslie. 196
Midland Digest; Double killing inquiry to be reopened. 709
Migrating companies force change of heart. 406
Millennium is a new dawn for Birmingham composer; Birmingham composer Andrew Downes talks to Terry Grimley about his ambitious new work for the millennium. Grimley, Terry 553
More child-abuse charges unlikely, say police. 452
Mother in hunt for son meets a wall of silence. Bruce, Helen 647
Munster mates fortify Ireland debutant Hayes. Laybourn, Ian 447
My life in hell with Hannibal the Cannibal. Farmer, Brian 516
Mystery of baby who died in her sleep. 520
National Lottery gives pounds 1m lift to after-school clubs. 292
New tenants sign up for centre. 137
NEWS DIGEST. 450
News Digest; Straw calls treatment of Halford 'outrageous'. 756
No kid gloves as Wright pitches in. 543
No more chips off the old block; The absence of a Cadbury doesn't mean the firm is flakey, says Jason Beattie . Beattie, Jason 652
No one's feeling blue at Walsall Art Gallery; Terry Grimley joined the crowds on the first day Walsall's New Art Gallery opened to the public, and found it was even better than he expected. Grimley, Terry 971
Opera's triumph; Sutton Coldfield Town Hall. Morley, Christopher 240
Organic milk price is fixed at 31.5p a litre. 134
Penaud preaching English patience after years in exile. Baldock, Andrew 614
Phantom Menace just sci-fi pie in sky. Barnes, Anthony 356
Pinochet row takes new twist with row on reports. Butler, Jo 429
Pledge from the Leeds. 91
Pledge over common aim. 94
PM vows to fight drugs menace at every level. 269
Policing costs to hit pockets. 229
pounds 1bn bill for patients who may not survive. 279
pounds 36bn cost of adopting the euro. 196
pounds 800m vision for rural England. 300
Power of placebo on body and mind; Last Night. Davies, Mike 324
Prescott acts sharply in bid to cut red tape in regions. 436
Prince's Trust boy trapped in cave. 172
Property team gains in strength; People on the move. 159
Relocation gives jobs boost. 276
Report highlights low availability of space. Pain, Steve 679
Research points to rise in demand in m-way corridor. 814
Revision poses questions; Property Litigation partner Wragge & Co. Holt, Suzanne Lloyd 786
Rich countries are urged to give poor chance to sell their goods. 494
Risks accrue from non-action. Partner, PAUL KENT Litigation 735
Road plans spur interest. 462
Robertson helps Nato and Russia restore ties. 431
Scheme revives 'forgotten gem'. 486
Selfridges' pounds 40m Bull Ring pledge. Warburton, Richard 506
Six tries ice victory for Penguins; Coventry 26 Penguins 36. 257
SmithKline tonic fails to halt slide in shares. Lobacz, Margaret 665
So, what price the Internet?; City View. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 407
Solicitor's 'legal aid lies' netted millions. Luck, Deborah 736
SOS over disabled rower in Pacific. 299
Sparks set to fly over big-night fireworks. Bruce, Helen 503
Stay-at-home wives risk more domestic violence. 301
Store opening unlocks chest of treasures. 669
Stunner Posh is queen of the catwalk posh. 636
Surveyor picks city of opportunity; The West Midlands has an impressive roll call of prestige development projects. Ross Reyburn meets a Birmingham chartered surveyor with an impressive client list. Reyburn, Ross 1647
Swimming: Hickman leads way in five medal haul. 454
Tax crunch for Labour council leaders. 298
Teaching adverts use Army tactics. 208
Tearaway brothers giggle as they are banned from home town centre. 325
Technology drives change. 385
Terror of doctor ambushed by addict. 370
The 20-minute credibility gap; What now for Ulster and how did the power-sharing chance slip away? Beattie, Jason 870
The Post Files. 406
THEME FOR THE DAY; Here my master bids me stand. 455
Things are hotting up - and that is official. 258
Top clubs to vote on cup's Euro spot. 515
Tracking the winners. 131
Trading places is a novel thing; Ros Dodd meets a man who has closed one chapter of his life and begun another. Dodd, Ros 1315
Tragedy of Mills and Boon books widow. Aston, Paul 306
TransTec supplier gets protection. 223
Valuers return with 'shake-up' promise; Business Staff. O'brien, James 322
Verity pays for Drayton Park duo. Griffiths, Eddie 326
Video 'proved doctor plotted to kill'. 189
Watts aims to bounce back after bad break. Scott, Ged 326
We sentenced Rachel to death; Couple tell of guilt over daughter's CJD tragedy. Yaqoob, Tahira 403
Why burglars are turning to poaching. Warburton, Richard 385
Wolverhampton Wanderers 4 Tranmere Rovers 0 Wolves still at door Molineux men in play-off boost. Bishop, Rob 707
Woolwich going upwardly mobile. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 305
WORLD DIGEST. 537

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