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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 12, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'Drumcree pushing Ulster to brink of anarchy'. Cowan, Rosie 699
'Institutional racism' troubles Home Office. 250
250 villagers feared dead in petrol pipe explosion. 110
A diamond among women who gets the balance right; This week Rosa Monckton, president of jeweller Tiffany & Co, London, has become patron of the Acorns Children's Hospice in Birmingham. She tells Jo Ind why. Ind, Jo 1101
Abbey court's battle of the pews; Church must decide over row to bring in chairs Religious Affairs reporter. Bruce, Helen 624
Airline jetting ahead with boom at airport. 677
Alshakr can wear colours with pride. Veritas 303
Arab prince talks peace at Islamic school visit brother. 382
Aspects: A real live wire; Singer Jessica Simpson has no intention of being compared to Britney Spears, she tells. Gould, Phil 636
Asylum pair face new delay on appeals hearing. 642
Athey banking on Worcester skeleton crew. Scott, Ged 517
BA clips wings over lump payouts. 440
BA free flights promotion 'ambiguous'. 101
Badger sett digger fined. 110
Beauty: Cool,calm and collected; Put the sizzle back into summer with these luxurious products says Mel Hunter. Hunter, Mel 567
Bikemedic on the road. 101
Bitter taste of defeat for organic food claims. 258
Blair offers haircuts and driving lessons. Beattie, Jason 634
Blues' bid met with scorn at Molineux. Ward, Michael 566
BNFL agrees to ship flawed nuclear fuel back to UK. Gapper, Charlotte 536
Bottom line suffers in Balti belt price battle. Lyster, Samantha 606
Britain back to work. Mccabe, Steve 667
Brutal killer jailed for life. 138
Bulpitt has six of best. 121
Businessman smitten by Thai girl took overdose. 258
Call to close conversion loophole. 290
Carpets link in rise of asthma sufferers. 369
Chancellor takes his seat for verdict. 227
Channel 4 withdraw racing bid. 128
Churches put record straight. Walker, Jonathan 325
City View: Bungling Brown is not for turning; Billions hurled into health and education is act of Chancellor with ambitions to be prime minister. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 477
Clinton urges Middle East leaders to take road to peace. Bird, Simon 725
Critical acclaim for design. 1742
Curtains for shows. 86
Cynicism greets toll U-turn; Labour move seen as bid for votes. Transport, Richard Warburton 570
Dekker double fails to worry Armstrong; TOUR DE FRANCE. 416
Depardieu recovers. 130
Dish-up for food watchdog boss krebs. 184
Duke takes the Crown to court over mineral rights. 279
ECP's collapse blamed on car parts downturn. Williams, Philip 502
Every little helps as Glynwed reward improvement. Ward, Michael 578
Fashion: Summer of love beads; Hit the hippy trail with an outfit that's full of both eastern promise and western excess and you're ready for an Indian summer, says fashion and lifestyle editor Carole Ann Rice. Rice, Carole Ann 511
Father who killed crying baby is jailed for life. Posner, Michael 481
Fayed goes to top in Harrods helipad bid. 230
FIFA may turn to Cup rotation in peace quest. 241
Finney takes Silas TV role. 128
Fire service downgrade 'will put lives at risk'. Beattie, Jason 352
First hostages freed. 99
Food: Linda's final food legacy. 996
French feeling the chill. 111
FROM THE PAST. 145
Fury at attack on early pensions; Treasury says system is being abused. Jones, Alan 491
Gifts: A breath of French air. 372
Gifts: The scent of summer. 272
Glassboys signings point to ambitions Midland Alliance. Non-League, Colin Stoner 349
Going foolishly off the rails; The Midland Metro continues to attract praise and condemnation in equal measure. Tim Weller offers his views in an open letter to Transport Minister Lord McDonald. Weller\, Tim 1156
Granada debut gives investors a performance worth cheering. 629
Granada on stand-by as TV fight warms up. Duckers, John 788
Growth is grounds for celebration. 231
Hillsborough trial is told of radio failure. 239
I'll restore marriage tax break says Hague. Woodcock, Andrew 420
Improved transport is top priority. 308
Interiors: COOL sophistication. Ind, Jo 127
International squabble over money spoils penguin rescue effort. 474
Irish stroll for Woods. 111
Isabel murder suspect died 'while guards watched Euro 2000 on TV'. 355
James posse run out of town after Ryder Cup shootout. Garrod, Mark 796
Jo Ind's Diary. Ind, Jo 424
Jobs ahoy as Labour launches pounds 1bn order to build destroyers in Britain. 414
Jubilant 'Cambridge Two' freed for appeal. 394
Last Night: Ten years on, the terror continues. Davies, Mike 346
Law firm manager tells of phone death threats. 253
Lazio Crespo deal smashes transfer record. 579
Liver baby's father pleads for donor. Hudson, Jenny 425
Lord Rogers scoops art award for a lifetime of building. 432
Lygon is a rural idyll for Savoy Group. 303
Merson gets armband on InterToto mission. Ward, Michael 221
Monty warned Faldo can take Loch Lomond high road. 253
MP hopes to become HIV vaccine guinea pig. Von Radowitz, John 436
MS study at odds with national drug advisers. 285
Navy men in rape arrest. 136
New Labour's three-point turn. 524
Newspaper's libel defeat. 159
Not easy for Lewis: Brum publican who once took champ the distance. 551
Not so Dandy after Nicholls' Rudi 'cock-up'. 170
Now even our favourite sauce is going green; Heinz's ketchup is going green in a move to capture the younger market. It is not the first time food manufacturers have altered the colour of their products in a bid to boost sales - but does it matter? Hunter, Mel; Report, Phil Gould 911
Now MPs hear joining euro 'is not inevitable'. 315
Office Style: Be smart in the office and go casual; Polo shirts and Chinos are the new suits, according to some esteemed fashion commentators lately - including Tony Blair (!). Jo Ind reports on one firm's venture into so-called 'business casual' wear. Ind, Jo 652
Old market is going, going...gone for good. 341
ON THIS DAY. 130
Ondigital subscribers jump 15%. 126
Pace of modern life 'makes women feel suicidal'. 245
Passengers watched as bits fell off holiday jet. 113
Pigeons die in ID-ring theft. 112
Pioneer hospitals meter their costs with pay-as-you-go treatment. 385
Poet gets letters to name. 210
Police picture may hold key in Sarah hunt e-fit. Paterson, Graeme 634
Post review: Celtic rocking all night long; Symphony Hall. King, Stephen 252
Post review: Powerful yet sensitive duo; Alban Gerhardt & Steven Osborne Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham. Harris, Richard Leigh 226
Post review: Stirring memories of a not so Great War; Schidlof Quartet Private Joe Royal Pump Rooms, Leamington. Morley, Christopher 268
Post review: Syncopated rhythms still hit the spot; Drummin' Man Solihull Arts Complex. Longley, Martin 260
Post Script. 115
Post Script. 130
pounds 500,000 aid for victims. 142
Princess, 19 elopes with US Marine. 325
Profit deficiency gives food for thought; Ellis & Everard turn to food as profits take dip. City, Anita Deshmukh 434
Queen of our nation's hearts; Best-loved Royal basks in public salute at St Paul's. Archer, Peter 641
Rare newts bunker golf club's plans. 170
Ribena makers bristle at Tooth Kind ruling. 259
Rising petrol pump prices fuel inflation. 283
RSPB buys MoD range. 114
Safeway starts to deliver as sales soar. 257
Scandinavian scenery. 192
Shops to sue thieves. 97
Short blames Catholics in Aids crisis. Beattie, Jason 419
Shotgun victim survives double-blast attack. 120
Soccer star Sutton fined for spitting at United fan. 167
Sponsors fuming at Limerick spotlight. Golf, Mark Garrod 530
Straight talking from the sitcom's newest star; Feisty stand-up Rhona Cameron has often had audiences in the palm of her hand, but real life for the lesbian comedienne hasn't always been such a laugh. Now she is drawing on her life to fuel Rhona, British TV's first lesbian sitcom. She tells Graham Keal about her highs, lows and her lovers. Keal, Graham 384
Struggling to make ends meet. Slim, John 604
Supremes tour in chaos. 128
Table Talk: Maggie's show at marvellous Margaux; In the home town of the Bard, Alison Davison finds tantalising food at reasonable prices and service that is so rapid it would put a fast food chain to shame. Davison, Alison 817
Take a break for half the cost; COMPETITIONS & OFFERS. 552
Talking robot cleaner. 120
The sky's the limit for a gifted young composer; Rock guitarist and composer Fyfe Hutchins tells Terry Grimley why his music knows no frontiers. Grimley, Terry 1093
THEME OF THE DAY. 226
Three no crowd for Blues; Francis in vow to land more top signings. Ward, Michael 663
Transplant gift can end agony for others. Hudson, Jenny 449
Trial Alzheimer's vaccine is safe to use, claim scientists. Von Radowitz, John 349
Unilever spits out bakery supplier. 86
Urgent ruling on 'suspect' Lee action. 212
Waterstone's ready to turn over new leaf. 190
Weighing up future is crucial to Flintoff. Cricket, Myles Hodgson 386
WORKING WARDROBE. 114
Zimbabwe book final ticket with impressive haste. Field, David 426

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