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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (June 15, 2000)

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`Remorseless liar' guilty of Laura's rape and murder. Dronfield, Dylan; Watson, Paul 363
120 charged in Mob crackdown. 336
A bit of fluffing then Ruby waxes lyrical; Ruby Wax Warwick University. 263
Acquisition is high point for Rendel. 129
Ambrose: The time is right to bid farewell. 289
Aspects: Bikini fans grin and bare even more of it. Ryan, Mary 648
Aspects: Now life really is beginning at fab 40; The time has come for the older woman, says Jackie Brown. Brown, Jackie 811
Asylum Act under fire. 83
Bail on cricket charges. 128
Bass quits brewing in pounds 2.3bn sell-off; Business Staff. Deshmukh, Anita 799
Bass shares fizz as pounds 2.3 billion deal with Interbrew goes down a treat. 499
Beaufort cleared of rearing foxes to hunt. 173
Billing still a problem as energy shares fall. Deshmukh, Anita 399
Bit part for big firms in a kit-form near-future. Commercial, Steve Pain 450
Boeing, Boeing gone ... the 737-200 fleet. 306
Boost for suppliers as Towers backs Britain. Beattie, Jason 496
Brown warns critics of Labour's policy on euro. 395
CITY VIEW It's a bit of a gas on electricity. O'Brien, James 497
Contrasting pieces working well together; CBSO Symphony Hall. Leonard, Robin 208
Diagnosis errors are exaggerated, says cancer-scandal pathologist. 274
Double-crossed by Railtrack; Fury as shadow falls on pounds 5bn Birmingham link. Transport, Richard Warburton 662
Driver in road-rage gang terror. 135
Driver shoots three police. 106
ENJOY TOP SEED TREATMENT AT WIMBLEDON; The Birmingham Post Competition. 381
Exiled King's legal fight for right to return home. Meade, Geoff 422
Farm Post: Change at root of farm success; EU urged to help industry help itself. Duckers, John 557
Farm Post: digest: Cereal output 'not rising fast enough'. 160
Farm Post: Easy on the garlic that's home-grown. 211
Farm Post: Fair-deal warning over GM pay-outs. 225
Farm post: How dairy cows cope when udder stress. 323
Farm Post: New rural businesses fall on stony ground. 302
Farm Post: Parents seek to beef up school lunches. 319
Farm post: Rich nations reap additional support despite long-term risks. 362
Father dies in race attack. 162
Five die as air ambulance disappears from radar and plunges into Mersey. 538
Football; Under fire Denizli feels heat from home; SWEDEN v TURKEY. Barlow, Matt 435
Forensic tests hold key to murder hunt breakthrough. 516
Former premiers Sir Edward Heath and Baroness Thatcher. 123
French star Karembeu looks Real coup for Middlesbrough; NATIONAL ROUND-UP. 390
Furnishing group sitting pretty as offer on table. 471
Future of Stagecoach lies along public road. O'Brien, James 432
GOLF Monty has mind set on own game plan. Garrod, Mark 754
Golf World: Inside edge that almost made me lose my head. Blair, Michael 682
Greater goals ahead after scoring a hat-trick; After picking up three awards for different buildings this week Birmingham architect Glenn Howells is fast becoming a national name, writes Terry Grimley. Grimley, Terry 1213
Hall's well that ends well - eventually; Helen Bruce looks at the proud past of Birmingham's crumbling Town Hall and (below) looks at some of the Midlands' conservation success stories. Bruce, Helen 1389
Hands join as Korean leaders vow to reunite their countries. Bird, Simon 439
Here comes the sun, finally . . . at 30C. 173
Hillsborough survivors tell of battle to stay alive. 499
Homing in on the work ethos. Duckers, John 380
Iceland goes organic but pledges no price increases. 205
Icy fear of solo sailor who clung on to life; Rescued yachtsman tells of ordeal after two die in 75-knot tempest. Dougherty, Hugh 515
Injury fear hinders Hussain's search for consistency. Cricket, David Field 838
Interbrew deal leaves Carlsberg over barrel; BACKGROUNDER. 452
Internet romance girl found. 542
It's time to save the apostrophe from its decline. Beattie, Jason 518
Italians shine brightest on night of exhilaration; GROUP B Italy 2 Belgium 0. Malley, Frank 502
Jaguar purrs as worldwide sales continue to accelerate. Pain, Steve 495
Jehovah's Witnesses deny transfusion policy U-turn. 190
Johnston out to extend hot streak. 247
Kennedy's revolution for a 'civic Britain'. Beattie, Jason 558
Lara ready to undergo tough Test. Cricket, Myles Hodgson 870
Lara stands in way of history for Hussain. Cricket, Jack Bannister 692
Last Night: Fantastic story dulled by drama. Davies, Mike 338
Late scrum over plans kicks cash into touch. Luck, Deborah 385
Luger gunning for glory after winning shock England recall. Baldock, Andrew 521
Main railway artery needs massive injection of funds; BACKGROUND Transport reporter Richard Warburton looks at the troubled history of the West Coast Main Line. Warburton, Richard 664
Man found hurt after mystery blast. 162
Man who shot Pope back in a Turkish jail. 205
Market Hall topping out. 175
McGrath shines to leave Gloucester in dark; At New Road: Worcestershire (141, 4pts) beat Gloucestershire (120) by 21 runs. Scott, Ged 644
Mentor Brasher urges Latimer to set sights higher; Michael Ward on the potential of Birmingham's rising tennis star. Ward, Michael 967
MP wants to end 'polluted' titles. 118
Mrs Audrey Stables. 207
Mugabe in threat to seize foreign mines. 238
Mystery of drug deaths to be revealed. 499
NET A FABULOUS EURO 2000 HOLIDAY; The Birmingham Post Competition. 789
New voice for No 10 as Campbell spins off. Smith, Jon 610
New York listing to widen Pru's shareholder stakes. 242
NHS organisers defend transatlantic fact-finder. Hudson, Jenny 285
Nicol boost for Scotland. 97
Nuclear lab staff to take lie detector tests over loss. 85
Pay growth slowdown eases pressure on Bank. 293
Players' backing for Beckham after FA rap. Curtis, John 771
Playing games with our future. 653
POST REVIEWS Right groove, right band, wrong gig; Bentley Rhythm Ace Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall. Kirkland, Oliver 273
Post Script. 100
Pregnant MP's knife terror in the night kirkbride. 602
Private rent income on a roll for BPT. 324
Property Digest: New offices will help regeneration. 245
Pundits pit their wits over mystery bid for RJB Mining. 258
Purple patch in Black Country. 102
Return to Jamaica cost husband his life. 390
Robber makes fast getaway in underwear. 166
RUGBY UNION B&S raid on Coundon Road sparks tug of war over Crofts. 464
Rusedski keeps flag flying. 446
Sale leaves duo laughing the way to the bank. 101
Santana sharpness shining still. Banks, Leigh 319
SCH flags up rescue talks for Compel. 144
SCHOOLS CRICKET Warwicks' perfect start. 143
Seagram and Vivendi in pounds 20bn merger talks. 344
Shop with The Birmingham Post. 254
Snatch of the day sidelines BBC; ITV outbids rival for Premiership highlights. Morrison, James 741
Solomons leader quits to pave way for peace. 228
Spectre of Moxey forces out Molineux legend Richards; MIDLAND NEWS. Bishop, Rob 456
Sports Digest: No sitting down as Ralf faces chair test. 547
Stamp clue to killer. 91
Stop the thugs who wreck school life. 1808
Sulky Serb Savo all smiles again; Football Correspondent Rob Bishop explains why the one-time butt of jokes at Aston Villa has had the last laugh. Bishop, Rob 814
Tempestuous Sidot brings fire for late barbecue at Priory. Ward, Michael 378
The archetypal Englishman and jolly well proud of it; Annie Bullen talks to actor Edward Fox, currently touring in a double bill of very English plays. Bullen, Annie 840
They think it's all over - well it really is now; The BBC has lost the rights to screen football highlights in Match of the Day. John Revill charts the twists and turns of a show which became a national institution. Revill, John 625
Three Bears enjoy run feast on happy hunting ground. Halford, Brian 550
Three Counties Show goes on with the cream of the crop set to thrill. Smith, Sue 330
Tougher tobacco warnings. 88
Town Hall rescue will cost pounds 20m. Bruce, Helen 416
Transplant nurse brings the personal touch to ward. Hudson, Jenny 355
Turks in new talks to end violence. 243
Tyson gets his ticket. 98
UK shamed by results of survey on adult literacy. 98
Unemployment figures tumble; Job losses fear despite drop in claimants. Duckers, John 710
US hormone implant ban. 109
Villa linked with pounds 3m move for wing wizard Ginola; MIDLAND NEWS. Bishop, Rob 465
Viscount in court over poisoned pheasant. 336
Webb puts fizz into pounds 1.2m event. 174
Website for sore eyes. 220
Welcome for cameras at key crime hotspots. Luck, Deborah 614
Wesleyan IT team in park move. 152
Who has won what. 189
Why council's 'best value' survey had almost no value roy. Luck, Deborah 408
Workers in fight to save man crushed by steel tubing. Lillington, Catherine 353
Yorkshire Water in mutual move. 162
Young generation behind John David's profits leap. 316

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