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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 6, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'Executive must return before IRA will disarm'. Graham, Ian 750
[12] Post Script. 125
A case of have baton will travel for Spano; Conductor Robert Spano, an American in Cardiff, talks to Terry Grimley about his Symphony Hall debut. Grimley, Terry 719
A man of many styles tries another musical avenue; Leading jazzman Courtney Pine talks to Martin Longley. Langley, Martin 659
Action plan to avoid new China crisis. 302
An affair to remember; MAC, Cannon Hill Park. Longley, Martin 243
ATHLETICS Gardener's week of sorrow has fine finale. Martin, David 976
Austrian leader sees no end in sight to isolation. Bird, Simon 277
Awful Albion turn the air blue; Another derby day brace for Adebola West Bromwich Albion 0 Birmingham City 3. Bishop, Rob 1438
Barada injury helps Nicol to silver win. 695
Barclays banking on wrong values. 390
BASKETBALL Distracted Bullets lose blood in play-off pain; Milton Keynes Lions 87 Birmingham Bullets 85. Boardman, Jim 439
Beach body identified as sex-change father. 167
Beckhams urged to set a good example. 199
Blair's privacy vow as nanny story blocked. 772
Blair's tribute to war angels; Praise is long overdue, says PM. Marland, Ian 361
BNRR tolls could be hit by VAT. Gray, Chris 425
Boje spins India close to quickfire series loss; CRICKET ACTION. 759
Breeders warned of dog cruelty. 378
Bridge Class. Jones, David 148
Business Manufacturers' Budget plea over pound. 152
Car component firms in warning; Car component firms. Duckers, John 533
Catt and Co lick lips as England target new heights; SIX NATIONS CHAMPIONSHIP. Mayo, Kim 462
Chechens still cause trouble for Russians. 411
Chez Gerard hungry for the chance to open steak restaurant chez nous. City, ROBERT LINDSAY 302
Children failing to apply road safety lessons. 174
Children want streets cleaned of racism, robbery and dog fouling. 337
Claimants 'kept in dark' on benefits. 159
Collymore accused of fight before cup final. Revill, John 368
Collymore's clouds of doubt blow away in hat-trick display; Leicester City 5 Sunderland 2. Spellman, Damian 777
Colour makes a comeback. 616
Comment: Galleries of paintings in frames of guilt; As curators and bureaucrats wring their hands over looted artworks Jason Beattie paints a picture of confusion. Beattie, Jason 1088
Comment: Private lives or public property?; Don't be surprised by interest shown the minutiae of the Blairs' family life, says Jason Beattie, when politicians are more at home with Richard and Judy than Paxman. Beattie, Jason 1034
Cricket Talk: Flawed genius of Lara taking turn for worse. 1115
Dawson faults his average comrades. 426
Dicken has form to win; April final. Wakelam, Mike 155
Diplomat safe after four days as hostage. 440
Diplomatic bag seized. 108
Drink-drive law delay 'will cost more lives'. 323
Driver dies after crashing into cars. 792
Fast-track chest clinics to cut heart deaths. Frith, Maxine 536
Firms suffer in new economy. Hemming, John 620
Flag man cross at St George ignorance. 241
Foxes take hat off to Collymore. 220
GOLF No water torture for unfancied Coceres. Scott, Ged 892
Green belt out of bounds; Prescott will force developers on to brownfield sites. Gray, Chris 688
Green light for heavier lorries. 256
Gunbattles leave 10 dead in Nigeria. 176
Half price cottage holidays for all Post readers; The Birmingham Post/Zabadak Cottage Holidays offer. 403
Happy Longton pause for breath before win; STAFFORDSHIRE CUP. 263
High-flying Dudley leave Shrewsbury smarting; MIDLAND CUP RUGBY. Ward, Michael 596
Hospital 'sold baby organs for research'. Walker, Jonathan 532
Hospital won't tell mothers of CJD threat. Walker, Jonathan 332
I want Princes to know I did my best to save Diana. Revill, John 1091
ICE HOCKEY Shoot-out delight for cool Blaze. Noble, Harry 213
In-form Claridge sets sights on St Andrew's goal return; NATIONWIDE FOCUS. 554
Inquiry after pilot dies in mystery plane crash. Revill, John 451
Inquiry into baby death. 130
Irish leader calls for Sellafield closure. Parkin, Chris 275
Israel votes to pull out of Lebanon. 251
Killer may be freed in row over death sentence. Walker, Peter 356
Knicker Vicar's wife urges women to get ahead with a hat for church. 448
Landlord who drives other men to drink pub. Aston, Paul 476
Late Tigers onslaught threatens Lewes in race for promotion. Raymer, Paul 623
Litter threat to wildlife as bombs, wigs and foam legs found on beaches. 407
Little fights back as Albion crisis escalates. Bishop, Rob 700
Majority in favour of new. 1687
Man dies as 'beer garden' sleigh crashes into cabin. 139
Man faces court over pounds 80,000 drugs. 772
Man is lost in river after car hits bridge. 270
Mature Paterson savours knock-out performance. 507
Media: Harrison Cowley reorganises. 247
Media: Joy decides it is time to pursue some special projects of her own. 446
Media: Let's Do Lunch: Better by design for your image in business. Willis, Steve 592
Media: Mr Electric plugs into agency. 154
Media: Teletubbies march on Russia in new BBC deal tubbies. Media, ANITA DESHMUKH 498
METALS REPORT Gold sales spark new 'twilight zone' fears. Bosch, Marius 514
Metro crash at death blackspot. 240
Metro is 'muscling' in on main line services. 308
Mobile phone battle to raise pounds 5bn for Treasury. 386
Motor Racing: Formula One new boy Jenson feeling as bright as a Button; FORMULA ONE. Gordon, Ian 390
MPs vote for family life ahead of longer hours spelman. 605
Mr Prescott's cunning plan. 540
Nameless Prince rules as artist of the decade. 142
Net result of a wasted youth; Woodhead's warning to schools. Storer, Jackie 540
Oil smugglers cashing in on crude price tactics. 311
On the wings of desire; Madam Butterfly NIA Birmingham. Mackney, Clare 239
Outclassed Sky Blues left facing mountain; Leeds United 3 Coventry City 0. Jack, Harry 888
Passengers still waiting as Virgin plans to run first 200mph trains. 505
Pensioners spy on buses. 84
Pinochet stays hidden from sight as Chile decides fate. 265
Pope walks down the new road to. 579
Post Script. 128
POWER PLAY; Triumphant England prove irresistible force and immovable object. Blair, Michael 1015
Prescott gets tough on green belt. 325
Prison hostages released. 150
Prozac police chief will retire on medical grounds. Aitchison, Neil 352
Psychiatric patients may be thrown on streets as landlords face cash crisis. 366
Record for O'Gara as Irish pass Italian test; SIX NATIONS CHAMPIONSHIP Ireland 60 Italy 13. Laybourn, Ian 832
Reds blast Beckham transfer 'nonsense' ROUND-UP. 620
Review:h Eastern superstar with a ventriloquist's violin; Halle Orchestra/CBSO Symphony Hall. 568
Round-the-world solo balloon flight beaten by technical hitches. 454
Scots on rocks after woeful collapse; Scotland 16 France 28. Stone, Simon 876
She's 28, married and just your average mother. 321
Short's pounds 76m flood pledge as Pumas leap into action. Storer, Jackie 569
Shrews chewed up by hungry Robins; Shrewsbury Town 0 Cheltenham Town 2. Binnersley, Brian 371
Sixty years on, Doug still can't stop looking for his first love. 316
Smith keeps prowling Wolves; Huddersfield Town 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0. Scott, Ged 905
Specialist to advise unlucky. 270
SPEEDWAY Fit again Dane back - and in good Nick. Pearson, Nigel 396
Stam certain United still game enough for test of endurance. 774
Store cuts fashion prices. 135
Struggling Higgins in Thailand torment. 522
Success for Saddlers - but fans keep harping on; Walsall 1 Grimsby Town 0. Marston, Paul 502
Survey hints at slowdown in service sector boom. 425
Sword attack was second incident for Lib Dem MP. 360
Teenager questioned after tower-block death of man. 381
Three die in car plunge. 130
Train crash firm installs safety cards in carriages. 139
Twisted tale with no clear end to it. Davies, Mike 315
Uncertain future for breakfast radio stars. 251
Unionist anger over cemetery statue. 244
Universal worries. 211
Villa stall on Euro road; Barry's late slip lets outgunned Arsenal escape Aston Villa 1 Arsenal 1. Bishop, Rob 1322
Voyeuristic pictures may clear Rose West rosemary fred. Aston, Paul 436
Watkins toughs it out to please both his masters. 1053
We're no has-beens says Christian leader. 120
Website bid to find work for the jobless. 512
Why shopping is the new Bob Monkhouse. 563
Williams' high hopes for end to quiet times; By VERITAS Racing Correspondent. 739
Woman watches her daughter and granddaughter die of CJD. 499
Wood's wonders rewrite Dublin's history books. 427
Wragge's intellectual benefit from merger; Business Staff. Pain, Steve 580

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