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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 14, 2000)

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'I'm no Schwarzeneggar' says pensioner who tackled crime. Aston, Paul 381
'No choice' for council over homes for family. Walker, Jonathan 437
[3] Post Script. 120
A space for small IT firms to grow. Deshmukh, Anita 403
A world apart from the smart set of Millbank; As Labour chiefs admit they may have alienated their traditional supporters, Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie samples life at the grassroots. Listening to most of the members you could deduce it would be a miracle if Tony Blair were still here in 15 years. Beattie, Jason 1176
Albion fear worst over Sigurdsson for run-in. Bishop, Rob 418
Anelka slammed with pounds 200,000 fine for training boycott. 792
Anger as Labour core area loses out sainsburyt. Gray, Chris 433
Anti-sleaze plan for Lords. 116
Anwar cites health after stepping down. 152
Archbishop's job overhaul. 109
ARTS IN BRIEF. 390
Away day gives King Trophy lift. Scott, Ged 282
Bank fired reservist for serving in Kosovo. Hobbs, Emma 478
Barclays under fire over branch closures. Williams, Philip 303
Bloodless transplant. 152
Bodyguard's battle to reveal the truth; Trevor Rees-Jones tells Georgina Pattinson why he decided to write his own account of the events leading up to Diana's death. Pattinson, Georgina 1156
Bonham is Cadbury successor. 197
Bovis slams Prescott red tape over greenfield sites. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 465
BP Amoco eyes Burmah Castrol deal. 243
Bristan snaps up bathroom products rival in pounds 2m deal. 150
British UN hero plans to bring tyrants to justice. Milmo, Cahal 374
Bulger killers could be free in three years. 413
Business View: Wishy-washy in cars pantomime. Duckers, John 401
Car parts could be pricey for consumers outside euro zone. O'brien, James 302
Cathedral choir reaches out with a passion Clare Mackney interviews conductor Nigel Argust. Mackney, Clare 401
Chelsea joins her father. 99
Children's home head on sex charges. 719
Chilling mystery holds the attention. Davies, Mike 343
Church leader rejects Christ baptism claim. 276
Clock ticking on Carbone; Ten-day deadline to seal pounds 1m Villa deal. Bishop, Rob 694
Comment: A gateway to the future. 607
Comment: Does your hair suit or will you lose by a whisker? 605
Computer brains with an eye on the future. Pringle, Brian 639
Coral sees it like it is - and survives; Former actress Coral Atkins talks to Olivia Convey about a moving TV drama on her remarkable career working with disturbed children. Convey, Olivia 1038
Corica hopes new Eastern promise will kick-start career; MIDLAND FOOTBALL. 479
Couple 'may be allowed to choose sex of test-tube baby'. 334
Diabetics make a deadly choice over drugs they think thay can live without. 361
Diplomats rescue student from forced marriage in India. Barrett, David 456
Doctor fined for rape-case 'moment of madness'. 161
Dogfight over air fuel tax. 104
Downing St car park tax shocker. 269
Driscoll brings natural health channel to digital TV. 307
Drugs death man is allowed to walk free. McCARTHY, ROSS 253
Egg whisks up low introductory charges for online investors. 238
Embargoed to 0001 Tuesday March 14; It's a moral duty to cut taxes, says Hague. 289
Experts to be told of cancer breakthroughs. Luck, Deborah 423
Factory prices remain flat as costs soar. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 262
Fare rises unfair on commuters, say users. 235
Father in a coma is allowed to end his life. Gordon, Cathy 514
Film company gets bigger by the minute. 215
Final stage in history of a painting in the wars paitning. 558
Firms save on no-frills airlines. 153
Fit-again Johnson still outside looking in on England's pack. Stone, Simon 584
Footballers arrested in bar. 86
Fresh start schools scheme loses another high-profile head. 442
Fun in taking control of another life; The Sims Electronic Arts. O'Neill, Tip 176
General Motors and Fiat race ahead in the consolidation stakes. O'brien, James 478
Girl dies after factory fall. 109
Going from war to peace; Bedford Schools Choir and Orchestra Symphony Hall. Morley, Christopher 216
Gowrings gets fat on burgers. 100
Grumbling will not hit Blair's agenda. Deane, John 433
Henman on climb despite final defeat. 253
Hooligan fury sparks Euro 2000 protest. 182
Howard stands by Bulger killers' sentence. 603
Howell in after James declines Monty call. Garrod, Mark 681
Kosovo Paras sacked in drugs shock. 193
Lassa fever man fights for life; Briton was infected in Africa with rare disease. Frith, Maxine 733
Last word in online dictionaries. 170
Last-gasp scare for Istabraq glory bid. 296
Legend Marino passes into realms of NFL history. 315
Letter from Ivory Coast: Cocoa 'Pops' Kouadio welcomes the boys back. 725
Letters: On track to discuss a shared future. 1799
Library faces bulldozer; East Side replacement could be part of radical remodelling. Lyster, Samantha 623
Littlewoods gets mobile with online betting. 264
Livingstone pledges battle over euro. 296
McManus will put Irish in party mood; By VERITAS Racing Correspondent. 664
Minister is 'running scared' over hospital. Bruce, Helen 379
Moon rises again over scandal-hit Welshmen. Baldock, Andrew 687
More liver tests for Best. 114
Mortars fall on elite Iran guards. 187
Mucklow rues dotty rush for cyber stocks. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 525
Muted reactions; Warwickshire Symphony Orchestra All Saints, Leamington. Bradshaw, John 225
Myths of Net commerce. 593
New and old fans pack NEC for high-tech tribute to Presley; Elvis rocks again as a virtual superstar. Warburton, Richard 897
New dose of injury troubles for French. 192
No standing on the sidelines Giant Killers On-line Sports; PC GAME REVIEWS. Farley, Jonny 413
Not quite world-beaters; The Wannadies Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton. Kirkland, Oliver 244
ON THE HOUSE Truth, the half truth and economy; The bigger the lie, the more confident must the liar appear. Gray, Chris 564
One-boy crime wave ends in lock-up order. 219
Peers call for science to drop its 'cloak of secrecy' with public. 330
Pensioner praised after gun raiders sent packing. 764
Phone users to get Net access. 319
Pilkington shake out sees shares bounce back. 253
Planners bank on flats scheme. 268
Plea for hungry nomads. 143
Police on alert to tackle rise in brutal badger-baiting. Bruce, Helen 557
Post Script. 115
Post Script. 190
Postman's kick 'led to death of yapping dog'. 224
pounds 13m boost as village warden schemes are praised by Minister. Gray, Chris 407
Probation change U-turn. 119
Puppies snatched from home by gang. 279
Putin delights in capture of rebel leader. 266
Rain grounds Navy's food flight helicopters. 265
Recycle more money. 148
Redgraves present diaries of a dynasty to the nation redgrave. 403
Rioch flies Canaries' thin nest. WIJK, JIM van 450
Rodock looks set to walk alone in Festival opener. Hayler, William 841
Savings 'better than sex'. 269
School register propping up solid grassroots case. 816
See the future of TV today. 463
Shipman fails to lodge appeal against conviction. 110
Shock loss for Francis. 180
Sole concerned by home nations' mercenary thoughts; RUGBY UNION: SIX NATIONS CHAMPIONSHIP. Rogers, Ian 510
Sony makes it tough in parts. 222
Student released after friend dies in fall. 282
Student sent to mental hospital after BBC raid. Howe, Melvyn 634
Suicide postman claimed he was bullied. Brady, Emma 514
Suit yourself images. Tomlinson, Chris 490
Super jet clear for take-off; Midland hopes soar over pounds 7.5bn project Business Staff. Pain, Steve 678
Taxing problem over drivers with big brains. 220
Thanks a million for my father; Dead banker's girl finally recognised. Howard, Stephen 458
That's rich as pounds 2.2bn Mittal bounces back. 223
THEME FOR THE DAY. 472
Traffic jams 'a heart risk'. 116
Trafficmaster focuses on avoiding snarl-ups. 127
Trousers-row woman agrees secret compensation with golfers' association. 330
Vai the unusual axeman cometh; POST REVIEW. Longley, Martin 263
Verger 'offered cash for kisses in abbey'. Ross, Anne Marie 401
Vettori record as Warne eyes landmark. 460
War crimes tribunal sees film of corpse-filled fields. 496
Wasps get bargain in Greening. 217
Wassall ready on trading blocks. Bishop, Rob 561
What Katie did to survive; Family joy at heart baby's first birthday twins baby. Aston, Paul 618
Woman killed thug lover with knife. 305
World-wide selling puts the skids under Footsie. 386

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