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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 21, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'Terrible putting' scuppers Webster. Blair, Michael 310
ABB fab future after direction shift. Duckers, John 509
Akinbiyi ponders Foxes offer. Scott, Ged 335
Archer on target. 149
Barak and Arafat try once more for peace. 346
Barristers lose protection from anger of their clients. 451
Bicknell puts Surrey on top. 151
Bike battle stings Spice Girls for pounds 400,000. 306
Birds Eye melts on direct selling of top ice-creams. 190
Bosses `forced HIV shop worker to wear gloves'. 325
British Airways confident of smooth flight in KLM deal. 645
Briton to face charges over lake deaths. 145
Brownrigg agrees to Morton bid. Stoner, Colin 216
Bumpy ride for Volvo as falling truck demand decimates profits. 426
Car pundit dents auto suppliers' faith in acquisition. Winton, Neil 645
Cheap fuels aim of powerful partnership. City, Anita Deshmukh 470
Chemical chaos on M6. 140
City View: I am just one of Life's losers; Any windfall is unlikely to be more than the price of a decent lunch. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 524
Classy McGrath holds key to Worcester hopes. 478
Clue for a throng. 83
Commesso holds his nerve to snatch Tour stage. Dougal, Scott 534
Compulsory pay-off for Rover ten. 226
County set vote in own Clause 28. 261
Creativity 'is being encouraged in schools'. Education, Jonathan Walker 904
Curbishley has Claus for celebration at Jensen deal; NATIONAL ROUND-UP. 440
Custos last stand. 93
Davies left trailing as Mallon sets pace. 126
Donor Card Special: Facing the limelight to save dying children. 423
Donor Card Special: Gardener's life blooms again after heart swap Picture/ ED MOSS. Hunter, Mel 450
Donor Card Special: I just want to see my grandchildren grow up; A shortage of organ donors means many people face an anxious wait for transplants which could save their lives. Today we look at the plight of people who have waited, or are waiting, for a donor to come forward. Hudson, Jenny 462
Donor Card Special: Parents pray for gift of life as toddler's liver fails. 354
Drive for better mix of recruits. 299
Dynamic theatre finds inspiration in club culture; Terry Grimley previews MAC's latest innovative music theatre production. Grimley, Terry 340
Effects triumph but the story fails to make a splash. Jones, Alison 456
Equitable up for sale after pounds 1.5bn setback. City, Anita Deshmukh 594
Explaining away a pounds 7.7bn shortfall. 311
Film Reviews: Wickedly funny in the windy city; Mike Davies takes a look at the week's cinema releases. Davies, Mike 1571
First shots are fired in hypermarket war. 203
Focus On Shropshire: Home hunters target character properties. Lennox, Marsya 1225
Focus On Shropshire: Period home has equestrian extras. Lennox, Marsya 1411
Focus on Transport - Business Reaction: Praising Prescott, but fearing the toll bomb. 427
Focus on Transport - Metro: Extension go-ahead a welcome surprise. Beattie, Jason 493
Focus on Transport - Rail: Hope brightens after many false dawns. Bruce, Helen 702
Focus on Transport - Roads: Cash cure for congestion and fumes. 280
Fox deal hanging on compromise from Tottenham. Ward, Michael 410
Fresh steel jobs fear. 94
George causes a perfect storm at Star City. Jones, Alison; Lillington, Catherine 335
Give us our fair share of pounds 180bn. Beattie, Jason 685
Golf - The Open: Old Course proves deceptive as 17th breaks yet more hearts. Golf, Michael Blair 711
Golf - The Open: Pictures still worth a thousand words in Beeb's battle for viewers; The Open can be the jewel for BBC TV's sporting crown, suggests Simon Stone. Stone, Simon 415
Golf - The Open: Tiger only has eyes for the Auld Lady; St Andrews on the first day was a crowded place. And, or so it seemed, there was only one man they came to see, says Ged Scott. Scott, Ged 1003
Golf The Open: Claret Jug slips from Lawrie's grasp. Stone, Simon 379
Golf The Open: Woods given something Els to think about. Golf, Michael Blair 1043
Great Mills set for sale. 100
Gregory still upbeat over Ginola after making pounds 5m Olazan capture. Ward, Michael 726
Gynaecologist is shamed by years of errors. Frith, Maxine 492
Heartache as judge refuses to block home demolition. Howard, Stephen 633
Heat still on over memo as Blair sweats at summit. Smith, Jon 777
Hit squad to nail growing army of rogue directors. 318
Home truths about new generation of under-graduates. 261
Home-loan figures reflect sales drop. 477
ITV set for battle over News at Ten return order. 381
Jail for trickster who stole cash from vulnerable pensioners. 381
Jewels in the crown; Birthday celebrations for the Queen Mother can't hide the fact that the popularity of the Royal Family is waning. But as Mel Hunter and Noreen Barr discover, a sparky new generation look poised to win the nation's hearts. Hunter, Mel; Barr, Noreen 1431
Last night: A sad view of teenage fathers. Davies, Mike 331
Legal and Financial: E-firms take different routes for superhighway. 319
Legal and Financial: How to get your teeth into a job incentive. 552
Legal and Financial: Loyalty could pay handsome rewards. 297
Legal and Financial: Now UK takes over as the takeover capital. Cranage, John 497
Legal and Financial: Overseas pension fillip. 184
Legal and Financial: Smaller companies feel taxed under Labour's bureaucracy. 718
Legal Digest: Eversheds in on act. 146
Legal Digest: French connection is home and dry; LEGAL DIGEST. 158
Legal Digest: Retirement-plan doubts. 208
Life's too short for limiting ourselves; After two decades of going round the block, I am less convinced than ever than the elusive Mr Right actually exists. Dodd, Ros 669
Loades better as profits hit new high. 291
Loyalty payout. 194
Mailboxing clever; Deborah Luck continues her reports on the changing Birmingham skyline with a look at the Mailbox development. Luck, Deborah 1071
Menace beneath the gloss of sales. Duckers, John 956
Messenger's tidings of top ten joy. Williams, Philip 296
Mint's prize is pounds 30m deal to make euros. Beattie, Jason 309
Missing teenager found safe and well. 297
Motoring: It's big and roomy but lacks finesse; There's a lot of four wheel drive for your money in the Tata Safari, says Chris Russon. 798
Navy laptop secrets stolen. 118
No chiselling for Rock profits; Director shrugs off HSBC mortgage cut. Economics, Nevill Boyd Maunsell 520
Passengers to benefit from Metro extension. 1437
Patients to benefit as new super-group GPs pick up surgical purse strings. Hudson, Jenny 536
Penalty kick rule leads to a battle to score an own goal. Bright, John 483
Penney sets tone in plot-twisting thriller. Halford, Brian 515
Picking middle England's pocket; Labour have produced their public spending plans this week for the next three years without explaining how they intend to raise the money to spend more than the country is earning. Kirkbride, Julie 615
Pipe guilty but still has reason to delight. 224
Post Review: None of the film's magic. Maunsell, Indi Boyd 249
Post Review: The restless to-ings and fro-ings of man on earth. Edmonds, Richard 573
Post Script. 106
pounds 15m to combat crime in country. Revill, John 546
pounds 2m man Horsfield back to basics; MIDLAND FOOTBALL. Halford, Brian 464
pounds 643,000 package for blue chip bosses. 192
Powergen to pay Net cost of blunder; Special Correspondent Chris Tomlinson asks how secure are your credit card details on the Internet. Tomlinson, Chris 884
Property: 'Houses in the sky' from. Lennox, Marsya 437
Property: Convert to country village life. Lennox, Marsya 272
Property: Fine Edwardian property with interesting original features. 312
Property: For whom the Woodland Chimes. 203
Property: Georgian style of elegance. Lennox, Marsya 638
Property: New name in rural property expertise. Lennox, Marsya 658
Property: Period home set in seven acres of an unspoilt hamlet. 188
Property: Something new and something very old. Lennox, Marsya 399
property: Stylish blend at Arden Grange. Lennox, Marsya 255
Property: Wide choice of designs at The Coppice. 219
Ranks Hovis on sale menu. 174
Shoe may be link to Sarah's killer; Police put hope in finding DNA traces. Paterson, Graeme 484
Slow, difficult rebirth for Mothercare group. 259
Straw's car 'caught doing 103mph'. 521
Tail without a sting leaves red-faced England at a loss. Bannister, Jack 610
Tearaways banned from estate. Tyler, Jane; Thorne, Alun 567
The devil is in the detail. 533
Tide turns for George as storm film opens; In between resting from flu and attending The Perfect Storm premiere, George Clooney talks to Alison Jones about life on the ocean waves. Jones, Alison 844
TSC report takes inspectors to task over in-job training. 291
Turkish contract. 80
US economy warning. 209
Utilities go against flow to mutuality. 235
Victory for Shipman families as inquiry forced into open. 395
Wal-Mart shake-up starts jitters. 463
Who will play at NEC concert. 101

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