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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (July 28, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'Arrogant' Schumacher blasted; FORMULA ONE. Motorsport, Ian Gordon 636
A chance to branch out. 248
A home of wartime memories. Macklin, Helen 774
A puppy named Molly. 224
A voice of authority speaking up for our city. 2044
Addict who stole drugs from police doctor jailed. 114
Airbus contract boosts jobs. Pain, Steve 366
Akinbiyi's Premier pledge. 354
Albion score with pounds 450,000 McInnes bid; MIDLAND FOOTBALL. Ward, Michael 432
An insult to the elderly. 509
Anfield captain on mend after latest knee surgery. 380
Anger over drunk slur. 87
Another 1,500 jobs as MFI expands. Pain, Steve 343
Battle is on for Ash & Lacy. City, Anita Deshmukh 150
Bears happy to be present and correct. Halford, Brian 570
Boanerges back on fast track to respectability. 311
Borrowed and true. 82
Brother and sister who 'smuggled pure heroin'. 242
BT slams mobiles auction as new tax. 453
BUERK; Serious reporting 'being pushed out by tacky TV'. Education, Jonathan Walker 633
Burnett surprise win sets up Power play. 90
Buyers vie for luxury detached homes at Regency Meadow. 248
Campaigners push for workplace parking levy. 228
Car makers told to stop moaning about pound. Bruce, Helen 566
Carry on matron as she takes over gain. Frith, Maxine 343
Challenge 2000 launched. 295
Children are given alternative to crime. Revill, John 449
Commissioner calls. 304
Concorde Disaster: Business as usual as BA decides to carry on flying. 259
Concorde Disaster: Flags fly for rich man, poor man united in death. 306
Concorde Disaster: Hero was first Frenchman to windsurf Atlantic. 263
Concorde Disaster: Psychiatric help for devastated ground crew. 312
Concorde Disaster: Stewards' guard of honour at memorial. Kemp, Danny 462
Concorde Disaster: Two of our engines failing - last words of brave pilot. Meade, Geoff 476
Confidence high as Misys sees off the bug. City, Anita Deshmukh 309
Corporate bond market may be the answer for our manufacturers. 469
Creating a system that can afford to care; Chief Feature Writer Ros Dodd examines the fine print of the Government's NHS reforms and (right) Health Correspondent Jenny Hudson gauges local reaction. Dodd, Ros 1127
Digital era 'must have dignity'. 413
Directors are banned. 187
Distinctive home with a prestige address; RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. Macklin, Helen 343
Doctors promise to fight 'threats to their freedom'. 504
Dropping annual audits 'may be damaging to businesses'. 373
Elegance reflects the local setting; NEW HOMES. Macklin, Helen 373
Father and son hurt. 95
Fletcher hits county hopes. Cricket, Myles Hodgson 191
Folkes boss leaves after investigation. Cranage, John 584
Four-goal Danish romp for Harriers. 159
Freshers' disco student is cleared of `10 second' rape. Stone, Anthony 617
Getting lost in the moral maze. Davies, Mike 342
Getting shirty for charity. 113
Glossy first-half profit as ICI powers ahead. Williams, Philip 546
Grade II listing and a choice for the buyer. 219
Gun crime protest march. Fyall, John 436
Hanson results under a cloud. 262
Heroin-alert coroner puts job on line. 388
Hit-man Hasselbaink targets Chelsea goals; NATIONAL ROUND-UP. Bradley, Mark 464
Home loans rocketing. 143
Hospital anger as balloon logo is burst by NHS. Thorne, Alun 369
Hospital workers ready for walkout. Benjamin, David 458
Hughes has four-timer. 113
Ian Botham visits Birmingham; Sporting superstar and bastion of all things British, Ian Botham visited Birmingham this week to play a firm forward defence of the pound. 333
Inter closing in on Keane. 102
It will be just like staying in a hotel. 333
Italian job... 137
Journalist in driving ban. 87
Kayf Tara forced out by injury. 368
Keane on guard for new mood. Bradley, Mark 310
Knight on fast track out from Worcester; DR MARTENS LEAGUE. Non-League, Colin Stoner 313
Larkin around to spark Wolves party; LAST NIGHT'S ACTION. 313
London's Dorchester is a long way from prison; Mark Wahlberg is refreshingly honest about his shady past, says Alison Jones. Jones, Alison 1226
Man raped girl, 7. 117
McKechnie MBO seems on. 168
Meredith adds to Crown force; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 406
Midshires will lose half of its branches. Economics, Nevill Boyd Maunsell 484
Mini stays at Cowley as mouldings row grows. O'Brien, James 388
Mouland makes mark as Westwood finds his form; GOLF. Garrod, Mark 804
Mystery of how mother's car led to death of girl. 275
NHS reform job figures don't add up, say critics. 622
Now it's an apple for the children. 174
O'Connor in form. 136
Oasis finds room for growth in dentistry. 277
Obituaries. 121
Officers praised for rescuing inmate as prison cell blazes. Connor, Neil 242
Oh Brother: should they stay or should they go?; As the TV show faces its first eviction today, Mel Hunter considers the saga so far. Hunter, Mel 998
Pavarotti agrees to pay pounds 8m back taxes. 167
Pessimism in middle ground. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 478
PFA anger at Labour betrayal of grass roots. Stone, Simon 577
Police will watch the usual suspects. 469
POST REVIEW Contemporary lessons from the birthplace of democracy; The Birds The Door, Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 234
POST REVIEW Magnetic evening of music lights up festival; The Magnetic Fields Songwriters Festival. Ronnie Scott's. 268
pounds 800m as Dome goes East; Cash boost by the Japanese. Woodman, Peter 581
Power man. 96
Prime Minister initiative. 518
Pru on the up as it agrees pensions deal with TUC. 367
Putting family before overtime. 1058
RAC rides to the rescue as Lex takes a tumble. 334
Railtrack is a stayer on day of many fallers. 536
Railway fit for 21st century; More cash to unblock bottleneck. Transport 528
Recognition for Bryant. 166
Recruitment crucial to massive NHS reforms. Hibbs, Emma 660
Reforms are mixed blessing say experts. Hudson, Jenny 699
Relax and retire to Waterford Court; NEW HOMES. Macklin, Helen 423
Sales performance disappoints Boots. 304
Same old story of broken promises. Kirkbride, Julie 640
Search for governors as 18pc of posts remain vacant. 227
Second division in lower-order link; RUGBY UNION. Jack, Harry 489
Sexton cuts Price down to sighs; SWIMMING. 281
Singer Chris Rea cancels concert. 162
Sir Geoff's football treasure up for sale. 231
Soccer's in gear. 751
Sound of Spanish silence has frustrated Francis crying foul. Halford, Brian 491
Special commendation. 194
Spy Blake the loser in pounds 90,000 book fight. Taylor, Mike 386
Straw's driver in clear. 156
Student butted station man. 86
Succumb to the lure of thriving rural life; RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. Macklin, Helen 663
Sumptuous car luxury beyond compare; Chris Russon finds British elegance and refinement in the latest car from Jaguar. Russon, Chris 530
Superior feelings on the Internet. 409
Swim award. 86
Taxing a harmony. 104
Tears and fears of Paddington survivors. 471
Teen thugs on rampage; Police warn of massive rise in robberies. Revill, John 683
Teenager who killed mother walks free. 366
The allure of the river and an author; RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. Macklin, Helen 654
The way you tell 'em is a bonus; Vodafone's pounds 10m communication error. Williams, Philip 471
Theme For The Day. 501
Tough drive to ensure safety in the workplace. Fleming, Tom 544
Villa told to name Ugo price. Scott, Ged 755
Visit from Indian judge. 336
Warning on change to a green car code to hit power. 359
Warwicks back in top flight. Jones, Sally 333
Watch on the web. 150
Water prowess. 660
Welcome figures for Glaxo as merger with rival draws near. 450
When bagpipes meet hardcore techno; Martin Longley discovers a Scottish musician who is pushing the musical boundaries ever further. Longley, Martin 610
Why small firms are shunning the Web. 365
Widow leaves pounds 10m 'thank you' gift to hospital in will. 100
With this marriage test I may thee wed. Dodd, Ros 637
Worcestershire in vital need of Hick assistance. Halford, Brian 433
Workers 'won't accept new contracts'. 142
Yabba dabba don't bother; Mike Davies reviews the week's cinema releases. THE FLINTSTONES IN VIVA ROCK VEGAS Cert U 90mins. Davies, Mike 1577
YOU HAVE TO PROTECT YOURSELF, SAYS JAILED FARMER; I just had to protect myself. Jones, Tony 236

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