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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 26, 2000)

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'Killer' vehicles for hire; Firms now facing prosecution. Revill, John 578
'Mini atomic bomb' of flames from wing engine. 656
'UK trade deficit is worsening'. 305
`Bungling surgeon' is sacked by his hospital. 320
2,500 more jobs as IBM shows its strength. 220
A once-in-a-lifetime thrill on the very edge of space. 654
Akinbiyi finally poised to become pounds 5m City slicker. Ward, Michael 305
Albion caught in pounds 2m tug-of-war to win Roberts. Ward, Michael 510
Ashcroft's debut makes award shortlist. 329
ATHLETICS Green light for Richardson's return to his starting blocks. Rodgers, Ian 677
Atlantic flyer that's faster than a bullet. 303
Big Brother's chopping you. 135
Big public sector pay increases ruled out. 419
Birdstrike may have caused this; Experts focus on Olympus engines. Woodman, Peter 850
Blair accepts defeat on Section 28. 394
Blue-chips afloat in a sea of red. 487
Blues proving early prize guys; Oxford United 0 Birmingham City 3. 376
Boys murdered in park. 91
Brain drain in health fear as chief goes South. Hudson, Jenny 358
Brown warns billions should not be used for massive pay increases. 420
Bus chief `tried to solicit male escort'. 182
Bush names father's Defence Secretary as running mate. 435
Business-to-business Internet exchange announced. 155
Call for national database to track stolen antiques. 750
Call for national database to track stolen antiques. 109
Call for new building to end 'scandal' of threatened shutdown. 337
Capita gains as strong growth is maintained. City, Anita Deshmukh 508
Car seats scam netted pounds 370,000. 264
Care guide praised. 145
Cash for sport as Keegan looks to future. 210
Catching up with Hamlet - and then the movies; Funny or not, Simon Russell Beale is about to deliver his Hamlet in Malvern. He tells Terry Grimley why it has been on the cards for a long time. Grimley, Terry 1175
Central Park is closed as mosquitoes are sprayed. 83
Choral gems as city choir launches packed new season of work; Ex Cathedra's new season features rare pieces from 17th century France and South America. Grimley, Terry 649
Church hides behind law. 520
Church pays compensation to priest's abuse victim. Affairs, Helen Bruce Religious 743
Cigarette plot foiled. 82
City unimpressed by Bryant's record profit. City, Anita Deshmukh 509
Cliched, but a kiss is still a kiss. 349
Coffee 'increases risk of arthritis'. 315
Couple's pub ransacked in terror raid. 269
Court backs jailed soccer fan's lawyers. 122
Customer careless has that familiar ring to it. 669
Customs men held after claims over bogus international heroin deals. Revill, John 428
Decades of safe flying come to an end. 410
Diamond war finally over as feuding brothers shake on $54m deal. 484
Diver's double life as drug runner exposed at inquest. Mcintyre, Sinead 376
Doomed to die in Concorde fireball. Aston, Paul 708
Drug giants are forced to put back marriage as US fails to give approval. 605
E-signatures go-ahead. 98
Elmes hits Bulls eye in happy return. 332
England claims restaked. 313
Equity and Law's pounds 1.7bn windfall. Economics, Nevill Boyd Maunsell 459
Express success for company chair men. Banks, Leigh 321
File closed on Warne and Waugh. 330
Fire destroys Novak house. 139
Flights of fantasy enjoyed by the rich. 197
Flow of cash to restore canals. 339
FOOTBALL Keegan wants French lessons starting at grass-roots level; Back-to-basics scheme is long overdue, the England boss tells Mark Bradley. Bradley, Mark 737
For Brum it's the Cold War all over again. Connor, Neil 305
Freeing terrorists a painful necessity, says Mandelson. 960
Fury over Imam's advice. 128
Giant-killers Shifnal ready for repeat; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. Stoner, Colin 308
GM fear is irrational, says Dolly firm boss. 233
Hakkinen in clear; MOTOR RACING. 134
Hall organ components are piped aboard. Connor, Neil 267
Hampshire chance of return on investment; Lord's: Hampshire (128-3) beat Middlesex (127) by seven wickets. 581
Hendrie gets chance to join Gregory's angels. Scott, Ged 777
Hero pilot saved suburb from being wiped out scene. Meade, Geoff 556
Horrific toll of major air disasters. 343
Hospital changes 'will not bring fewer beds'. Hudson, Jenny 504
If it isn't broke don't fix it, water company is told. 492
Impressive deals in the Internet market help Reuters to half-year profits of pounds 285m. 645
Insider dealers warned over 'market abuse'. 106
Joy for victims as shamed gynaecologist is struck off. Mead, Nick; Frith, Maxine 390
King George odds cut for Daliapour. Robson, Michael 426
Labour acts to prevent repeat of Livingstone election fiasco. Roberts, Bob 393
Labour reform plan after mayoral headache. Roberts, Bob 291
Land Rover slashes its prices by 14pc. 472
Lisa makes waves to raise Spirit. 329
Long-haul supporters looking on bright side; Ged Scott on the lengths some Villa fans will go to for an away game. Scott, Ged 796
Luxury cruise holiday of lifetime. Paveley, Rebecca 398
M&A activity continues it meteoric rise. 233
M&S bring in new men. 286
Man's skull is fractured in street attack. 763
Meacher's souvenir alert. 81
Menzies has pounds 50m ready for right deal. Duckers, John 524
Merry hits top form in adding to gold cause. 297
Midland musicians in running for awards. Morley, Christopher 472
Midlands 'hotbed of racism' TUC hits out at abuse. Aitchison, Neil 545
Might on the tiles. 178
Mini 'is going to Germany' Sub-contractors accuse BMW. O'Brien, James 545
Modwen likes image as public firm best. Economics, Nevill Boyd Maunsell 436
Moral victory or step back into prejudice? Dodd, Chief Feature Writer Ros 1358
More room for pupils at summer schools. Walker, Jonathan 496
Musicians were on way to hotel. 495
New BSE case in France. 137
No shame for inside dealers; City ViewCity View. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 567
On the phone. 235
Owzat! Francis in a new ball game. 456
Pacemen given rest for Test. Hodgson, Myles 235
Palmer timing Olympic challenge. Poole, Larry 220
Party spin doctors are the real leaders of the Commons. 1816
Pensioner lay injured for two days after attack. 763
Police phones secretly bugged, ex-chief tells child porn trial. 375
Post Script. 83
Post Script. 138
Post Style: BEAUTY Keeping your cool; Georgina Pattinson takes a look at ways to look good whatever the weather. Pattinson, Georgina 886
Post Style: Charming delight in the heart of the country; TABLE TALK Food connoisseurs look no further. Alison Davison has tracked down a charming restaurant boasting a luxurious setting and an ambitious menu. Davison, Alison 779
Post Style: Don't be resigned to negativity; Considering how much attention we pay to getting jobs, we are sadly neglectful about considering the manner in which we leave. Jo Ind reports on resignation. Ind, Jo 1037
Post Style: HOT LOOKS FOR AN INDIAN SUMMER . . .; East meets west for a whole new look says fashion editor Carole Ann Rice, so get out your toe rings and henna tattoos and be inspired. Rice, Carole Ann 571
Post Style: INTERIORS. Ind, Jo 144
Post Style: Jo Ind's Diary. 461
Post Style: LIFESTYLE Make your room bloom; The power of flowers can completely change the look of a room discovers Sarah Westcott. Westcott, Sarah 660
Post Style: ROLLERCOASTER RIDE TO THE TOP; He's had 16 top five hits with Boyzone and is now embarking on a solo career, but what makes Ronan Keating tick? Phil Gould finds out. Gould, Phil 829
Post Style: Summer's hottest favourites; BEAUTY Mel Hunter showcases wonder products, both old and new, and sheds some light on what makes a bottle of cosmetic gloop become a best seller. Hunter, Mel 677
pounds 114,000 award for gay ex-naval chief. 227
Radio big boys unite in move for digital licences. Pain, Steve 410
Rolls-Royce on high as new orders soar. 596
ROWING Redgrave's Olympic rings of confidence. 300
Sarah hunt suspect is arrested over theft. Allen, Vanessa 378
Simpson set to hang up on Marconi. 217
Skipton jumps again. 204
Smiles as Charles meets Camilla's ex-husband. 114
Smith oversees rediscovery of Warwickshire's cutting edge; Knight shines bright. Cricket, Jack Bannister 1026
Solihull Borough's new ground. 196
Stage group leader gambles on Rep role. 144
Supersonic flights may have to be grounded for checks. Fallis, Russell 1218
Support health service reforms. 693
Surrey's chances enhanced by returns of Stewart and Thorpe; TODAY'S NATWEST TROPHY ACTION. 513
Talks at Camp David collapse in deadlock. 302
Tax payers get say over spending. 208
Theme For The Day. 445
Towers in buy-British mode over car parts. 373
Trinket maker is the target for MBO. Williams, Philip 286
Truth of family slaughter `may never be uncovered'. Coleman, Cathy 731
Views on flour additive bid. 117
Votes corruption claims are made one day too late. Connor, Neil 516
We are so relieved say Louise parents. Breslin, Maria 740
We'll bring town to a standstill if old folk's homes close, says Unison. Pryke, Chris 346
When the limelight falls in the wrong spot. Slim, John 726
Windchill to be big factor. Veritas 184
Woman attacked by heifer. 134
Woodwards are cleared of trust fund cheque fraud. Breslin, Maria 637
Yorkshire destroyed by McLean. 171
Youth banned from estate faces court again. 224
Ziege next in line as Liverpool net pounds 20m; NATIONAL ROUND-UP. 291

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