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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (January 24, 2000)

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Ace Faldo's role at Windsor course. 801
Albion miss the points but display right qualities; Nottingham Forest 0 West Bromwich Albion 0. Ward, Michael 821
All in a lather over steamy soap sex; Recent episodes have seen Radio 4's sedate serial The Archers getting quite steamy. Here devotee Giles Rigby-Farmer starts the protest ball rolling. Rigby-Farmer, Giles 727
Attack victim hit by car. 131
Australia are qualifying success after four-wicket Lee steps out of the shower; LIVE ACTION. 429
Away day success puts Saddlers in mood for derby return; Crewe Alexandra 2 Walsall 3. Marston, Paul 532
BA reviews its payments to travel agents. 197
Badger cull sparks protest to Blair part of environment package watch heading. 294
Bassett in low-key response to mauling; NATIONWIDE REVIEW. Anderson, David 451
Beefy B&S use the force to great effect; JEWSON ONE Birmingham & Solihull 41 Reading 17. Blair, Michael 854
Birthday student is killed by club drug. Worrall, Boris 386
Blow for NHS as Blair's father chooses private care. Walker, Jonathan 315
Blunkett points Blair to power for 5,000 days. 315
Breast cancer victim fights for right to use vaccine. 365
Castaways forced to live life of luxury. 254
Castle in the air became reality for lord and his lady. 319
Catholic priest in 'pervert' row tells of gay network. Dougherty, Hugh 533
City View: Bhs goes to; Iceland for help. Lindsay, Ribert 531
Clear voices; Auer String Quartet Spadesbourne Hall, Bromsgrove. Morley, Christopher 256
Collymore's conundrum; Villa misfit weighs up Leicester move. Bishop, Rob 552
Couple and children flee gas-leak home. Hardy, Simon 350
Coventry treble helps Singh along return journey. Raymer, Paul 303
Crackdown on people traffickers; Asylum seeker numbers increase. Woodcock, Andrew 519
Criminals get a say too. 98
Dobson confident. 177
Down Under star is a jack of all trades; Richard Edmonds finds Aussie Jesse Spencer has a gift for good old British panto. Edmonds, Richard 1162
Drama springs from moment of despair; After a merry dance Steve Adams gets in step with the artistic director of V-TOL. Adams, Steve 1031
DTI to investigate TransTec grants. Keely, Alistair 341
EMI and Time Warner close in on record deal; Business Staff. O'brien, James 650
Empty start as people in a hurry prefer fast to breakfast. 305
England's bid boost. 163
Everyday story of sex in shower. 194
Explorer's Millennium dawn blow. 219
Fascinating feast; Ex Cathedra/Birmingham Chamber Music Society Adrian Boult Hall. Cotton, Maggie 223
Fat's that as slimline mother dumps family for toyboy; Former 15-stone frump Sandra Osborne with teenage lover Karl Crotchett. Right: Dumped husband David Osborne. 476
Fighting talk from the king of misogyny. Rice, Carole Ann 614
Financiers celebrate institutional buyout of e-business. 94
Five charged in hunt clash. 111
Flanagan vows to stay on as RUC changes loom flanagan. 249
Flying 'safer' as more planes crash. 257
Ford chief upbeat in face of McRae's continuing woes; RALLYING. Gordon, Ian 415
Francis is left cold as Blues are frozen out; Port Vale 3 Birmingham City 1. 957
French cattle to be tested for mad cow disease. 122
Generous Gloucester draw stern warning after narrowest of wins; PREMIERSHIP ONE. Baldock, Andrew 714
Good, bad and a little ugly. 241
Green belt is axed for site no one wants. Worrall, Boris 675
Hamed in market for new opponent. Boxing, MARK STANIFORTH 336
Harriers still flying at summit; NON-LEAGUE. Scott, Ged 471
Highway patrol takes to the road to fill outdoor advertising niche. Morgan, David 803
How green. 480
Hussain certain England can be more than just one-day wonder. Field, David 1319
Injections linked to Gulf War Syndrome. 378
Istabraq victory exposes fantasy for Dato Star; By VERITAS Racing Correspondent. 643
It's a record as Warner and EMI in pounds 12bn deal; Business Staff. O'brien, James 160
It's in our own hands, admits Davies; SCOTTISH RUGBY. 479
Japanese symbol of graceful ageing dies aged 107. 181
Key business role for designer. 103
Kidnapped cult boy found. 121
Kinnock defends wife from bag-snatching mugger. 128
Labour pension fund invests in vivisection. 370
Labour's dismal record on health. 1958
Lawrence lawyer for victim. 150
Leeds lean on Bridges for support; Sunderland 1 Leeds United 2. 145
Left in the dark over Lennon's secrets. 367
Legal aid law challenge. 115
Let's do lunch: Puff-pieces that fill waste bins across UK. Carter, Edward 567
Life goes on after rebellion. 109
Lion eats owner. 131
Lloyd's sheds 1,100 jobs. 93
Log on and drive off. 123
Merger views are sought. 117
Merson tips Blues for European glory. Curtis, John 339
Mile-long protest against terror. Aston, Paul 530
Minister denies breaking Commons rules to pay son's wages. 401
Misys pulls out of takeover plans. 220
Mitterrand 'sent secret funds to Kohl'. 293
Modern morality tale with an edge. Davies, Mike 288
More incinerators are forecast. Keely, Alistair 591
More mums are going part-time. 270
Mother's love on the line for abducted son. 377
Never mind the quality, Worcester just grateful for the win; PREMIERSHIP TWO Waterloo 12 Worcester 22. Westmacott, Paul 528
Obituary: E W Swanton - Swanton's cut and thrust in flowing innings; Frank Malley on one of the game's best writers and broadcasters. Malley, Frank 808
On-song Bullets make it a long night for Riders; Leicester Riders 82 Birmingham Bullets 104. Boardman, Jim 430
One copper top which failed to last the distance. Kerr, Andrew 726
Pared down style for real women; Forget ephemeral fashion, go for classic styles, says Carole Ann Rice. Rice, Carole Ann 480
Parrott steers England home. 349
Peacock struts its stuff for smaller companies. Duckers, John 406
Post Script. 123
Power show from transformer Emblen; Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 Queens Park Rangers 2. Milledge, Adrian 709
President refuses to quit. 109
Price not quite right despite heroic bid to uproot Swede. Scott, Ged 634
Profit warnings slow as the economy improves. 422
Puppet theatre in van stolen. 718
Quick 12-Bore cabinet 'has jumped the gun'. Luck, Deborah 363
Race-row councillor's Labour battle. Gray, Chris 375
Radcliffe picks up the pieces after another Wami setback; ATHLETICS. 250
Rail strike warning. 101
Re-election issue for Warwicks. Milledge, Adrian 185
Reeves Green goes to top of the class. 192
Reid's career goes down for third time. Scott, Ged 388
Restaurant body arrest. 117
Reuters move fuels flotation speculation. 184
Rivaldo favourite for crown. 148
Rock steady Crew's investigation pledge. 341
Royal Navy is pushed to limits by foreign disputes. 376
Royalist arranges her funeral just like Queen Victoria's. 285
Rule changes good for game, says Macqueen; RUGBY NEWS. 125
Russians ambushed by rebels. 208
Sainct and Schlesser retain titles. 140
Same-again France turn to Pelous; SIX NATIONS. 217
Scandal of prisoners set free to offend again. Worrall, Boris 430
Scrappy Blaze salvage weekend; ICE HOCKEY. Noble, Harry 356
Sinn Fein demands House key. McGINN, DAN 608
Sky Blues edging closer to exalted status in TV land; Derby County 0 Coventry City 0. Dent, Adam 643
Soldiers' border deaths. 110
Speedway: Wolves set to rescue stranded; SPEEDWAY. Pearson, Nigel 529
Stooksbury on target for Carolians; MIDLAND RUGBY. 308
Stourbridge run out deserved winners on Merritt; NATIONAL TWO NORTH Liverpool St Helens 13 Stourbridge 16. Ward, Michael 752
Straw 'does not really understand the Pinochet case'. 413
Superman's millennium dream. 501
Support for baby's family. 111
Team England's errors delivered advantage to SA. Bannister, Jack 929
Tennis Error-prone Henman blown off course; Wily Woodruff reaps reward for patience on the baseline. Garrod, Mark 1158
The green belt's white elephant aerial. 652
The Lewis Carroll world of Labour. Hemming, John 636
The media is the massage; Labour is approaching its 1,000th day in power. Jason Beattie analyses its record and finds surprising results. Beattie, Jason 1461
The waiters in Turkey who spoke too much Turkish... Woodman, Peter 267
THEME FOR THE DAY. 535
Time to give Owen the chance to heal properly. 402
Time to lay off Tyson the perfect gentleman wARREN. Greenhill, Sam 539
Time waits for no man - nor does the 10.18. 1045
Tragedies of driver killed on wrong side of M-way. Aston, Paul 402
Tragedy of boys killed by fire at house in the middle of nowhere. 296
Transcom is splashing out. 221
Two climbers die on Scottish mountains. 191
Two die after car smashes into tree. 682
United States under pressure to drop its opposition to GM foods agreement. 396
Unqualified staff doing scientific testing because of NHS shortages. 332
Villa well equipped to answer cup posers; Blank day at office but Gregory's men are ready for battle on two fronts Aston Villa 0 Chelsea 0. Bishop, Rob 790
Warship's crew sent to Coventry. 137
Wenger refusing to admit title hopes rest on United shoot-out. 470
White red mist over Moseley's ref justice; Moseley 19 Henley 25. Finlayson, James 768
Wilson looking up as Wednesday step up off bottom rung; PREMIERSHIP REVIEW. 731
Woman, 26, dies of shock after discovering break-in. 85
World class art gallery ready to open doors; Terry Grimley takes a peep at Walsall's pounds 21 million New Art Gallery, which opens next month. Grimley, Terry 1238
World Indoor Bowls Singles Championship: Weale keeps run going to take title. 397
Yorkshire double for Walsall; Walsall 27 Sheffield 14. Clews, Howard 243

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