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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (February 4, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'Rebirth' of youth saved by pioneer surgeons. Kwatra, Anjali 645
3i buys German rival in pounds 103m deal. 269
5,000 held by police. 121
Action vital to protect profits from the euro. Duckers, John 432
Agreement at a price as Coventry face Leeds. Blair, Michael 384
Albion's first cut sets Quailey free. Ward, Michael 736
An Arc of triumph for American film's take on our history. Bright, John 559
Arts in brief: Painting a picture workshop for teachers. 300
Austrian far right wins power; Cook backs tough stand as coalition outrages EU. Bird, Simon 829
Authorities hit back in row over 'poor' library plans. Keely, Alistair 306
Back door tariff for well-off refugees. Kirkbride, Julie 618
Back on song is just what the doctor ordered; Casualty receptionist Amy alias actress Rebecca Wheatley tells Olivia Convey about her return to singing. Convey, Olivia 895
Bass says Internet has room for growth. 451
Bickerton Trophy slot won on merit. Scott, Ged 320
Big 14 compensation call. 169
Blair and Ahern spell it out for IRA. 466
Blair's fields of dreams are a nightmare for us - farmers tile. Gray, Chris 485
BNRR gets early launch date. Warburton, Richard 436
Britain on top of the world in the mega-merger league. 414
BSkyB Leeds deal cleared. 204
Captain's pop at bottlers; Southgate fears for Villa cup hopes We lost our Cup bottle. Milledge, Adrian 546
Cheer up, grimace from ear to ear; ROS DODD. 672
City Gent with a love for rugby and cricket. Ridley, Kirstin 459
City View: Portillo chooses to travel light; He made no bones about stopping fighting the independent Bank of England. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 376
Comment: The wishes of the people. 517
Consistency the elusive player; England failings rub off on rivals. Field, David 1098
Cooler plan has Dawson fired up for Irish opener. Baldock, Andrew 495
Corica's crumb of comfort lifts injury-hit Lee. Scott, Ged 431
Court victory for 999 woman. 272
Critchley seeks alternative to Brady. 196
Daimler and Fiat on the same road. Jones, Peter 256
Death would be better than a nursing home, say women. Frith, Maxine 359
Euro 'not to blame for ECB rise'. 195
Families finally admit defeat over homes. 296
Father in vain battle to free girl from sinking car. 352
Father's agony as daughter dies crossing road to shops. Warburton, Richard 336
Finger up for return to Bullets. Milledge, Adrian 204
Food For Thought: Do you know what's in your shopping trolley?; Alison Jones gets the lowdown on packaging information as shoppers develop a heightened awareness of food content. Jones, Alison 1208
Football manager held in VAT inquiry. 499
Ford gives present for future; Computers not closure for staff at Dagenham Business Staff. O'brien, James 516
Foresight is rewarded. 110
Foxes angered by FA ticket charges. Curtis, John; Reporters, IAN RODGERS 557
FTSE mobilised by Vodafone hopes. 436
Girl, four, dies in house fire. 128
Gough standing on level playing field with French stars. 492
Hague called a hypocrite after Section 28 outburst. 296
Heart babies mother found dead. 312
High-tech; Britannic to axe 350. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 166
Home start for the new Mini. 121
How drop-out Natasha got back on track. Walker, Jonathan 484
HRT 'offers no solution'. 104
ICI gets the formula right to cut debts. 372
Industry blasts car recycling decision. 598
Jail death of murderer, 72, who missed the sunshine. Hopkins, Gary 295
Jeweller Signet rings up gem of end to year. Simpson, Alan 256
Ladbrokes drop Leopardstown hurdle. 151
Lawyer pursued beyond the grave. Revill, John 653
Leslie proved fit for leading role. Stone, Simon 865
Life for evil stepfather who killed boy aged 4. Taylor, Mike 254
Lightweight doses of cliches and generalities; The Rev Malcolm Hart Richards bemoans the state of the Anglican Church and the left-wing stance of some bishops. Richards, Rev Malcolm Hart 540
Look before leap year as Bug may bite. 231
Lottery is not child's play parents told. 134
Low expectation forms Woods' high optimism. 230
Low-cost Smith back at Manor. Ward, Michael 321
Lucas Rists makes German connection. O'brien, James 321
Magnificent home of man with an eye for a bargain; Peter Southall, the lawyer at the centre of a fraud investagion, crammed his magnificent mansion with antiques. Revill, John 823
Man behind immigrant scam 'must go to prison'. Howe, Melvyn; Mayer, Cathy 325
Man held over nightclub race attack. 203
Mattel boss forced out. 205
McEnroe urging Henman to get his act together. Tennis, MICHAEL WARD 812
Milk monitor launches inquiry. 266
Mitchell rules out return to Ulster as homesickness and tragedies take their toll. 397
Moroccan duo on way back. Milledge, Adrian 280
Motoring: You really can with this Nissan; Motoring Correspondent Chris Russon finds the new Almera packed with goodies. Russon, Chris 935
Motorsport: Coulthard still driven by F1 championship dream. Gordon, Ian 518
Mowlam hurt by whispers. 285
NatWest told to snub Scottish predators. Hickey, Bernard; Merriman, Jane 601
Net deal on line. 89
New-look game gets support of top players. Cricket, MYLES HODGSON 313
Obituray: GP looked after eight children and hundreds of patients. 314
Our Kris back on course for big pay-day. 415
P&O full steam ahead to pounds 1bn rise. 251
Park and Baker rising to challenge. Welch, Gerald 684
Patient Holmes gets opportunity to sparkle; A-TEAMS FOCUS. 394
Pilot tells of perilous power game in the air. 151
Pipe on verge of record haul. 451
Plight of the inmates left in their cells. 130
Poignant look at our last journey. Davies, Mike 329
Police sorry after woman starves to death. 248
Poorest families pay more for gas supply. 256
Porn and secrets found on ex-spy chief's PC. 498
Post Reviews: Dramatic night of contrasts; CBSO Symphony Hall. Leonard, Robin 248
Post Reviews: Powerful picture of sound; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra Symphony Hall. Morley, Christopher 253
Post Script. 159
Post Script. 114
Princess off to pounds 17,000-a-year; Swiss school royals colour. Archer, Peter 526
Property: Conversion with all the extras. Lennox, Marsya 259
Property: Edgbaston address with views. 318
Property: Homebuyers seeking a fresh start. Lennox, Marsya 896
Property: Loft living in country cottage setting. Lennox, Marsya 848
Property: Tasty lifestyle of the Big Apple. Lennox, Marsya 890
Property: The delights of Broad Green Cottage. 218
Property: The ideal weekend retreat. 320
Rachel back home after 200-mile mystery tour. Keely, Alistair 438
Rate fears as houses go through roof. Duckers, John 471
Recognition for the regenerator. 259
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Secure one of England's 'best addresses'. Lennox, Marsya 1016
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Upmarket life on the exclusive city fringe. Lennox, Marsya 363
Retailers missing out on Net revolution. 335
Reward for stolen Lowrys. 135
Rogue force that could be safer on the inside; Jeorg Haider, leader of Austria's far-right Freedom Party, has sent a chill through Europe, says Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie. Beattie, Jason 1011
Royal return to mark pounds 40m airport revamp. 293
Rush for a bargain ends with 161 injured at store. 157
Sacked drug-abuse doctor found dead in hotel. 100
Service sector slowdown eases pressure on interest. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 426
Shares dip as Ashtead ends hunt for US buyer. Economics, NEVILL BOYD MAUNSELL 397
Skills, values and skiing for pupil Beatrice with main royal story. 271
ST tests water in US. 113
Teacher challenges ruling that ruined his exemplary career. 264
Teachers highlight council bungles; Education chief quits as criticisms grow. Walker, Jonathan 623
Tennis Inside edge: Umpires deserve our backing to dodge bails and verbal brickbats. Smith, Paul 544
The heroes' hero has a wartime mission memorial. Bruce, Helen 338
THEME FOR THE DAY. 526
There is no justice in our judicial system. 1666
Tory U-turns as Portillo makes an instant impact. Hickman, Martin 640
Twisted values but still a stunner; Mike Davies takes a look at this week's cinema releases. Davies, Mike 1127
US move next for booming ABB group. Halstead, Ian 301
View from the BA Millennium London Eye. 169
Vodafone beats deadline to clinch pounds 112bn takeover. Duckers, John 540
Vodafone presses right buttons for pounds 103bn victory. Duckers, John 541
Witnesses named in Kalejs case. 374

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