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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 25, 2000)

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'Brainless animals' attacked our son. 228
'Cavalier' attitude must stop heidgn hjedig hedign. Duckers, John 589
'Conveyor belt fraud by solicitor'. 386
'Get out and vote' Putin tells Russia. 212
'Vicious and evil' bomb-plot brother and sister get 12 years each in jail. 438
[3] PICK OF THE DAY. 174
[4] PICK OF THE DAY. 180
[5] PICK OF THE DAY. 192
20 million new jobs a virtual reality. 609
Accountant 'conned' pounds 74,000 from clients. 420
Angling: Canals start producing the goods in new season. Worth, Norman 569
Another 150 Uganda cult members in mass grave. 317
Antiques: Shining examples of marvellous gems; Richard Edmonds says it is not only diamonds that are a girl's best friend. Edmonds, Richard 968
Baby taped to wall. 154
Basketball: Bullets must home in on target for Bears showdown. Halford, Brian 144
BBC appeals against judge's ban on Lockerbie trial TV. 181
Books: A fighter who still remains in our hearts standing in here. Evans, Simon 293
Books: A life-long search for a higher state of consciousness; Author and former Angry Young Man Colin Wilson talks to Simon Evans. Evans, Simon 1372
Books: Just Browsing. 829
Books: Marx with an inhuman face; For Marx. By Louis Althusser (Verso pounds 6.99)/Reading Capital. By Louis Althusser and Etienne Balibar (Verso pounds 6.99)). Reviewed by Simon Evans. Evans, Simon 312
Books: Not able to unmask Caine; Michael Caine. By Michael Freedland. (Orion pounds 17.99). Reviewed by Monica Foot. Foot, Monica 262
Books: Onward brave Christian soldier; Fire in the Night - Wingate of Zion, Ethiopia and Burma. By John Bierman and Colin Smith (Macmillan, pounds 20). Reviewed by Michael Emery. Emery, Michael 1006
Books: The fine art of immorality in a changing Paris; Toulouse-Lautrec and the fin-de-siecle. By David Sweetman (Hodder & Stoughton, pounds 25). Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. Edmonds, Richard 802
Books: The journey to oneself; Scapegrace. By Jackie Gay (Tindal Street Press, pounds 6.99). Reviewed by Charlie Hill. Hill, Charlie 376
Books: Virgin on the ridiculous? Barker, Christine 404
Brighouse praises leap in education standards. Walker, Jonathan 464
Bringing colour to a community; Services to the village of Great Haywood have won Christopher Bradbury an MBE. Eskildsen, Kristian 740
Business Diary: Some people have brains in their genes. Bright, John 718
Business View: The dice have been thrown, now bring on the bulldozers. Duckers, John 777
Business Week. 1257
Chess. 1160
Children labelled at birth; Children's demands for designer clothes and footwear are spiralling. But we should not be surprised, says Fashion & Lifestyle Editor Carole Ann Rice. Rice, Carole Ann 1075
Clash fears as National Front plans march. 209
COMMENT We must learn from past successes. Wilson, David 661
Comment: The future is in our hands. 474
COMPETITION/READER OFFER Spring is in the air. 437
Cricket: Cairns' century rescues Kiwis. 388
Cricket: Goodwin ton rescues day. 180
Cricket: Pakistan fall to Klusener. 136
Cricket: Wages row threatens contracts. Hodgson, Myles 245
Cricket: Walsh level with Hadlee. 177
Damages for Iran hostage. 195
Deal call to Vodafone. 125
Dealers raise fears for future of brand. Williams, Philip 379
Death crash driver jailed. 141
DESIGNS ON THE FUTURE; From city living to cricket, up-and-coming architectural practice Bryant Priest Newman is carving out a niche for itself in the new Birmingham, writes Arts Editor Terry Grimley. Grimley, Terry 1156
Disco stampede kills 12. 109
Down your way: Creating art in a country garden; Hidcote Bartrim is one of the most popular Cotswold villages. Ross Reyburn finds out why. Pictures by Neil Pugh. Reyburn, Ross 1302
Downing Street pledges to overturn Section 28 amendment. 227
Drama, drums and finally a degree. 611
Dying sex attacker jailed. 167
Even cleaners clean up as Oneview shares out pounds 10m takeover windfall. City, Robert Lindsay 532
Ex-Bay City Roller escapes jail over Web child porn. 394
Ex-player on drug charge. 128
Exports up though trade gap still grows. 365
Extremists targeted as Ashia goes into hiding. Warburton, Richard 595
Fear as boy, 12, holds his class at gunpoint. 280
Finance Digest. 525
Firefighters hurt as engine overturns. 94
Food & Drink: Annie's Kitchen. 482
Food & Drink: Cheese with a hard reputation; Alison Jones checks out Food and Drink Expo 2000 to discover what will be filling tomorrow's food cupboards. Jones, Alison 1147
Food & Drink: Walking among flowers to grow nature's wine; Ros Dodd talks to an organic grape grower. Dodd, Ros 875
Football sale nets sporting memories; Memorabilia from Aston Villa's past goes under the hammer next Tuesday. Harry Hawkes reports on the sale's highlights. Hawkes, Harry 1130
Football: Bennett sniffs Saddlers' chance to blow Rovers aside. Bishop, Rob 488
Football: Campbell ready as Francis seeks to soup up Blues. Halford, Brian 596
Football: Cool heads needed in Leeds clash. 239
Football: European draws have England's finest with all eyes on final scenario. 502
Football: Expert collared for daunting job. Ward, Michael 513
Football: FIFA plan threatens 20-member top flight. 388
Football: Henry facing an anxious wait to learn Euro fate. 376
Football: Lee drops hints on exercising Emblen option. Bishop, Rob 542
Football: Megson rips out Albion dead wood; New quintet get debut chances. Ward, Michael 745
Football: Molby ready for King's return as Harriers look to vital double. Ward, Michael 528
Football: Olympian Babayaro battle still bubbling. 334
Football: Pressure on Arsenal says fit-again Burrows. Halford, Brian 481
Football: Tall or small options facing Shrewsbury. Scott, Ged 109
Football: Vialli's 'underdogs' plan best shot for Barcelona. 273
Football: Villa chief puts shirt on revival. Bishop, Rob 635
Football: Yorke sees Real threat of big guns. 247
FORMULA ONE Button covers future expectation. Gordon, Ian 494
FORMULA ONE: Stewart says five-year Formula still on track. 257
Gang left teenager to drown; 18-year-old kidnapped and beaten up. Darroch, Gordon 555
Gardening: Spring into summer with a blaze of colour; Roger Clarke gets set to take full advantage of this year's early spring. Clarke, Roger 960
Gardening: Summer bonanza ahead. Surridge, Peter 1652
Ged Scott's Sporting Week: Beni's home comforts too much for Villa. Scott, Ged 1140
George Medal for heroes who lost their lives fighting the sea. 290
Glasgow will resume taking asylum seekers. 222
Golden girl Ashia's leap into the spotlight. Athletics, MICHAEL WARD 256
Golden pasta seams create a mine of wealth. Ling, Christina 509
GOLF Caldwells turn Heads with home advantage. 170
Golf: Hot streak no sweat for Forsyth. 308
Golf: Woosie lacking Monty's calm; Europe's No 1 cool despite dip at 17th. Garrod, Mark 933
Grey area - but that's where the big money is. 458
Gulf states' oil revenues poured on troubled waters. Blair, Edmund 834
Hang on, there's a good reason; Automated phone users defend growing trend. Brown, Jackie 843
Harvey's call to back a champion merger. 276
Health: Journeying to the land of nod; Don't underestimate the need for a good night's sleep that enables you to face the day refreshed, says Mel Hunter. Hunter, Mel 1026
Heavy price is suddenly right for Superbob. Scott, Ged 616
Hidden costs on credit deals exposed. 256
High-tech licence to print money. 267
Hitler sold for pounds 13,800. 89
Hockey: Cannock enjoying happy problem. Raymer, Paul 633
Home is where the art is; Looking for something out of the ordinary? Jo Ind discovers how to have a piece of furniture custom made for your home. 1017
Home-owners looking for insurance find fear of fire is biggest bugbear. Financial, Julian Newbury 264
How pounds 12 was lost in charges for trip on wire. 364
ICE HOCKEY Blaze warmed as firms rally round. Halford, Brian 315
If you can stand the heat get into the Kitchen. 1532
Inquiry after pilot dies. 84
Interview: Positive approach to riches. 1996
Interview: This is the story of the Hurricane; Mike Davies comes to blows with Denzel Washington and Norman Jewison. Davies, Mike 1649
Jambuster cash aims to make going easy. Woodman, Peter 407
Julian upwardly mobile. 319
Just the Job: Parental leave is just being left. Dowling, Fergal 534
Lara Croft fails to save Eidos slide. Lindsay, Robert 342
Letter: No longer a status symbol. 1722
Long wait sees Joe get $1m home run in television's hit quiz show. 264
Longbridge crisis: Our solution best in town - Rover boss; In the space of a few months, the Rover Group went from having a secure future into freefall, writes business reporter James O'Brien. O'Brien, James 792
Lover murder suspect. 200
Making sense of bond bombardment. Atherton, Mark 642
Market Report: Sunny day for Sun Life as possible Axa takeover adds pounds 1bn to value. 407
Midland Archive: Reliving the Bard's birthplace. Reyburn, Ross 745
Midland Archive: Shakespeare's rubbish; Chris Upton tracks the financial rise of John Shakespeare, William's father, in Stratford-upon-Avon, while below, Ross Reyburn discovers the modern day efforts being made to restore the Bard's home. 818
Midland News Digest. 772
Millions made - eight months after buy-out. Halstead, Ian 390
Mind the bugs don't bite . . .; Flies, bluebottles and creepy-crawlies are on the increase and waiting to invade our homes.Cate Wilson reports. Wilson, Cate 815
Mini jobs may be lost overseas. 160
Minibus crash kills workers. 104
Mixed-race couples targeted by vile abuse. Warburton, Richard 607
Mortgage of the Month. 228
Mother sees husband and son killed in blaze. Merrick, Jane 259
Mr and Mrs Average spending quarter of cash on mortgage. Economics, Nevill Boyd Maunsell 537
Nerd gives way to the home-buying Prism. 156
New role is just what the doctor ordered; Everyone's favourite vet returns to our screens - but this time in a more gritty role. Christopher Timothy talks to Georgina Pattinson. Pattinson, Georgina 853
Nuts & Bolts. 773
Offer: Book yourself free cassettes. 581
Offshore banking fighting off that image. Finance, Ian Halstead Personal 487
Old stocks rise again. 168
Optician used dead to work payment scam. 145
Original Seekers reunite. 935
Oscar poll says Caine beats Cruise to honour. 164
Ostrich farm wife cleared of three theft charges. 245
Patently obvious? Pattinson, Georgina 1101
Police bail Lawrence pair. 142
Portillo blasts Budget. Bruce, Helen 266
Post Script: Police job applicant phoned 999 to check his application form had arrived. 145
Prescott's 'bloated' department attacked. Hickman, Martin 374
Prize-winning advice from expert. 1002
Profile: A Sting in the tale; Simon Evans takes a look at the man behind the music. Evans, Simon 872
Property: Ruin comes with a health warning; Hard hats are needed to view a sadly-neglected listed building, says Property Correspondent Marsya Lennox. Lennox, Marsya 1030
Racing: Godolphin confidence rising fast. Till, Steven 266
Racing: Long trek pays for Williams. 263
Racing: Promising time for punters who take to Hills trio. Veritas 627
Racists tried to scalp me, says Ashia's boyfriend. Warburton, Richard 580
Rambling: Forest walk in ancient town. 679
Region faces major test, says CBI boss. 333
Review: It's not quite as good as you might like it; As You Like It Royal Shakespeare Theatre Stratford-upon-Avon. Edmonds, Richard 375
Reward for awards hero. 101
Robinson points finger of blame. 506
ROWING Umpire's red-card warning for Blues crews. 198
Royal 'pest' case hold-up. 125
RUGBY UNION Wounded Tigers look forward to biting back at Irish. Baldock, Andrew 515
Rugby Union: Corruption that allows White to pull strings. Blair, Michael 496
Rugby Union: Sevens no solace as Scotland fall to hosts. 460
Saturday Profile: From maths lessons to millionaire. Pain, Steve 1327
Sell one, keep one - but which? 267
Serbs put on show of defiance; Opposition attacks anti-Nato rally. Smith, Jon; Meade, Geoff 416
Sermon on the Mount is modern mission statement. 684
Shipman case leads to new move to strike off doctors. 198
Simply hair-raising as warden reveals his wild side to life. Smith, Sue 428
SNOOKER O'Sullivan denies Stevens in quest to put record straight. 435
Snooker: Maximum squeeze as Higgins repeats green baize magic. 451
Social education as important as academia. 444
SPEEDWAY Ermolenko's happy return as team player; Wolverhampton's popular American rider tells Rob Bishop that he still has the appetite for battle at Monmore Green. Bishop, Rob 737
Sports Digest. 422
Street's innocence shattered; Racist stabbing stuns neighbours You could understand if Chris Cotter thought he was safe here. It is an unremarkable place for a chilling crime. Beattie, Jason 730
Strong pound 'has made BMW pounds 300m'. Williams, Philip 351
Suspense over as deal ends bra wars. Duckers, John 598
Swiss may go Dutch in system for selling gold. Bosch, Marius 625
Teenage British hackers held by FBI. 478
The busiest days of your life?; As Birmingham University celebrates its centenary, Mel Hunter discovers what campus life is like for today's undergraduates. Below, Post Editor Dan Mason and Chief Feature Writer Jason Beattie recall their university days (and dodgy hair styles). Mason, Dan; Beattie, Jason 1036
The fine art of boring people. Beattie, Jason 607
The youngsters at Westbourne House school. 104
Thieves are new pests in garden. Axon, Peter 540
Top flight chairmen lock away the knives. Scott, Ged 616
Train driver died because of short phone cord. 215
TransTec automotive debt pounds 76m. 234
TRAVEL: BIG LIFE IN A BIG COUNTRY; Harriet Tolputt takes the tourist train and samples the enormity, attractions and diversity of northern Ontario, Canada. Tolputt, Harriet 854
Travel: Running rings round pollution; Pedal power rickshaws are rolling into action to help save the Taj Mahal from pollution, reports Masako Iijima. Iijima, Masako 698
Trimble appeals for party unity; Leader loses the support of six MPs. Cowan, Rosie; McGINN, DAN 499
UB40 is backing big march. 176
US softens its stance at India's high-tech boom. Madhavan, Narayanan 457
Veteran Tories to stand down. 202
Video View. Evans, Simon 503
Virgin calls on fund of knowledge. 265
Watch out for Woodwark as under-performing executives face merciless axe. Halstead, Ian 542
We're not ripping off Britain - Rover chief. O'brien, James 642
Worker badly burned by molten metal. 91

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