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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (May 27, 2000)

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'Airline pilot' drugs baron had pounds 1.2m cannabis cache. Smith, Paul 488
300 jobs go at Royal London. 89
A little help for our unsung heroes. 419
A natural union made in heaven; Alison Jones samples the latest addition to Birmingham's lunchtime cafe culture, offering guilt-free snacking. Jones, Alison 1094
A shining example, centuries on; A DAY IN THE LIFE. 90
Alert after Boots puts rival sun screen in the shade. 358
Ali's gloves that 'ammered 'Enry under the hammer again. 359
Annie's Kitchen. 549
Antiques: Sweet dreams of England's past; Richard Edmonds considers F L Griggs, whose work reflected his hatred of the post-industrialised landscape. Edmonds, Richard 1057
Baby dies after crash on rain-soaked road. 688
Baltimore slips as Arm picks up. 558
Barricades open to let in Fiji rebels. 180
Beckham caught in cross fire. Malley, Frank 926
Benefit hotline for pensioners. 116
Bickerton's edgy rhythm. Golf, Michael Blair 754
Blair stays home with Leo. 81
Blunkett hits out at 'scandal' of Laura. 446
Body found on waste land. 104
Body of skyjacker is found buried in mud. 188
BOOKLINES. 701
Books: Bench mark for great adventures. Barker, Christine 477
Books: Day the Olympic ideal died. Evans, Simon 518
Books: Mayan mystery with a twist. Barker, Christine 490
Books: Prince of thugs who died the day he was born. Emery, Michael 943
Books: Sharpe practice. Barker, Christine 295
Books: Tales of murder and greed; F E PARDOE'S CRIME FILE. 758
Books: The exquisite flowering of an artistic genius. Edmonds, Richard 1002
Books: The human side of Martin; Martin Amis was an arrogant young man. But now at 50, he is mature and measured, says Jackie Brown. Brown, Jackie 898
Bookshop 'millions missing'. 87
Borough survival is priority for Owen. 375
Boy, 12 dealt in heroin. 146
Bradford taking up InterToto challenge; ROUND-UP. 607
Bride-to-be 'stole' dress. 119
Bullets widen coaching target. Halford, Brian 241
Business diary: Spirit of the Blitz as the wine bar lights go out. Bright, John 777
Calls for Brown to resign. 203
Cash crisis blow to school; Three teachers face governors' axe. Education, Jonathan Walker 601
Castle's charity officials criticised. Breslin, Maria 255
Catholics congregate for mass celebration. Thorne, Alun 443
Chaos as jockeys miss start of race. 652
Charles gets a kick out of the success of his Trust. 386
City taking out double cover with new faces; DR MARTENS PREMIER. Non-League, Colin Stoner 565
Co-op has new stores in bag after buying Morris division; Business Staff. Pain, Steve 302
Collecting: Happy hunting for the region's collectors. 723
COMPILATIONS. Pagett, Karen 284
Confident Henman sets sights on Parisian progress. Taylor, Jeff 659
Confirmed city gent who quickly got into the country swing. 808
Counting the real cost of crime. 332
Cover for hidden holiday horrors; THE BIG THREE Poor restaurant hygiene Unsafe facilities Not enough facilities. Fleming, Tom 746
Cricket: Planners keep Edgbaston in the dark over plan for 169ft floodlight pylons. 337
D-day to keep taxman from door. 247
Dance CD reviews. Evans, Simon 446
Death-drive pensioner walks free. 190
Defeated Eritreans chased by Ethiopian armed forces. 211
Discarded Lewer goes full out for promotion. Stoner, Colin 419
DNA law reform urged as rape suspect cleared. Lyons, James; Howard, Stephen 792
Don't blame me for what's inside, says architect of the Dome. 298
Don't let trees rock you to foundations. 288
Down your way: Life and times of an English village; Ross Reyburn turns over a leaf or two to discover a modern-day Domesday Book, compiled by the villagers of Clifton-upon-Teme. Reyburn, Ross 1185
Driving 50 miles great start to day. 342
Duckworth preparing to fight for his rights; RUGBY UNION. Bolton, Paul 407
DVD VIEW. 513
Early release for vigilante. 145
Emergency equipment missing from train. 303
England extend efforts to regain Turks' friendship. Parkes, Ian 449
European glory driving Shearer on. Barlow, Matt 748
Fast sale is tickety-boo. 85
Fears of more bloodshed as man dies in shooting shooting. Mcginn, Dan 531
Flying finish puts Hudson in last four; GOLF ROUND-UP. 449
Food & drink Whisky galore in all its aromatic guises; Got a good nose for Scotch? Sarah Westcott says you can develop one with practice. Westcott, Sarah 1036
Forest fires set to rage; SATURDAY INTERVIEW: Europe's best golfers face a weekendin leafy Warwickshire that is designed to be a real challenge The best golfers on the European Tour are readying themselves for war in the Compass Group English Open. Ged Scott meets the men who are preparing the battlefield. Scott, Ged 1246
Franc advice as auto tills falter. 271
From moptops to new media; E-commerce capital surfs wealth wave. Simpson, Daniel 920
Fullers swells with London Pride as sales stay foamy. 174
GARDEN DIARY. 600
Gardening: Beautiful landscape striking to look at; Hawkstone Park is a gem in the Shropshire countryside boasting sprawling masses of rhododendrons and bluebells. Ross Reyburn takes a look. Reyburn, Ross 685
Gebrselassie opens door to compatriots; ATHLETICS. Martin, David 411
Generation gain for new rich. 549
Green stuff for your garden; GARDEN COLOUR. 588
GWR calls up forces network; Group will fine tune digital radio. Pain, Steve 431
Hats off to the pliers of a hazardous trade; MIDLANDS archive Chris Upton looks back at Atherstone's once-thriving hat trade and, below, Ross Reyburn visits its last exponent. Upton, Chris 784
Have a sparkling time at Warwick Castle; COMPETITION. 380
Have you heard the one about. . ? Beattie, Jason 628
Heart operation offer to man after he died. 348
Hello, and what do you do? 122
Hezbollah warns Israel it will pay a high price for aggression. Bird, Simon 491
Hillary's lead wiped out. 96
Home & garden: Chill out and enjoy a tropical garden; We live in the northern hemisphere but we can still enjoy exotic tropical plants in our gardens, says Lynn Daly. Daly, Lynn 861
Home & garden: Pool your resources; Water features are the latest in-thing for gardens. Roger Clarke offers some helpful hints. Clarke, Roger 1571
HOME COMFORTS; Kristian Eskildsen drops in at shelter for Birmingham's homeless and samples a taste of life on the wrong side of the tracks. Pictures by John James. Eskildsen, Kristian 1280
Home is now where the computer is; Computers are not the most aesthetic piece of furniture to make its way into our beautiful living rooms. Jo Ind reports on the effect of the World Wide Web on interior design. Ind, Jo 1269
Hopefuls' chance on big stage; BENSON & HEDGES CUP. Cricket, Myles Hodgson 563
Hotel staff switched pounds 70,000 from guests. 347
Hunter treasures the day he found a mystery. Thorne, Alun 491
Interiors: Clean up your home style. 783
Internet bills fall as BT loses 'gateway'. 294
INTERVIEW : TRUE BRIT : Britney Spears; She's 18, a princess of pop and a multimillionairess. Now Britney Spears tells Phil Gould that, amazingly, she does still have some unfulfilled ambitions. Gould, Phil 770
Interview: Henry Shukman Traveller with poetry in his soul. Dodd, Ros 2239
Iranians roll out new sports utility vehicle. And, Mehrdad Balali 419
JAZZ CDS JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK. Bacon, Peter 633
Jobs boost in rail revolution. Higgins, Michael 717
Just the job: Testing time for job laws. Dowling, Fergal 455
Keane's Wolves homecoming will highlight Molineux build-up. Halford, Brian 315
Lahan heads for Ascot. 120
Lam transcends pain in Saints' quest. Baldock, Andrew 562
Legal tangle is enough to push one nearer Edge. 751
Let your pocket take a holiday. 426
Lord Mayor to go walkabout as annual show takes to the streets. Lillington, Catherine 244
Lord's leaves England in unchanging mood. 372
Mackenzie tempers Adders' new optimism. 390
Man denies killing partner who swallowed acid. 371
Martindale move a fillip for King; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. Non-League, Colin Stoner 544
Midlands on the right track. 425
Missing kidney toddler is safe. Kemp, Danny 314
Mobiles to combat violence. 120
Molby wings in with Bird bid. Stoner, Colin 809
More time for Dando police. 136
More UN staff freed. 95
Moss Bros is forced to cut its cloth. 594
Mother who drove her sons to murder 'facing life'. 195
Murderer executed. 113
Mystery of missing psychiatric patient solved as skeleton found. Tyler, Jane 371
Net gains from purchasing cars online is far from virtual reality. 270
New economy suffering goes on. 204
New grants mean RSC can play on with plans. Arts, Terry Grimley 263
NOW BOARDING. 991
Nuts & Bolts. 650
Olympic plus point for Cooke; SWIMMING. 220
One more season of our discontent. Scott, Ged 1158
Opening doors of a once rich preserve; More parents look towards the private sector when it comes to educating their children. Mel Hunter and Georgina Pattinson report. Hunter, Mel; Pattinson, Georgina 1278
Pack left to chase happy O'Hern. Golf, Michael Blair 898
Pastimes: Extending a helping hand to Romania; YOUR HONOUR Barry Gittins talks to Kristian Eskildsen about his vital aid work. Eskildsen, Kristian 681
Penny Smith: ME & MY HEALTH. 821
Phillips finds Love as Boro begin rebuilding work. 393
PICTURE OF THE WEEK; EXHIBITIONS. 706
Playmaker ready to sign up for Sky Blues. Ward, Michael 523
Policewoman attacked after funeral for church burglar. 216
Port's new lease of life. 478
Posh put on promotion style as Clarke goal denies Darlington; PLAY-OFFS Darlington 0 Peterborough Utd 1. Grant, Alistair 548
Post review: Bland night with few highlights; Civic Hall,. Kirkland, Oliver 257
Post Script. 88
Post Script: A 15-year-old girl becomes one of the country's youngest mayoresses. 94
Post Script: Over one million Britons went online in April. 103
Potter out for Staffs. 93
Price fall junks Hong Kong property deals. 681
Prisoners learning to make a new life. Wilson, Dr David 667
Private landlords to grow portfolios. Fleming, Tom 592
Problems on our own doorstep. 1812
Property: History behind a home with a view. Lennox, Marsya 945
Pub-fight peacemaker was kicked to death. 433
Rambling: A way through the woods. Shurey, Richard 710
Rangers delighted to tie down essential forward Eccleston. Stoner, Colin 762
Rape centre challenges Straw decision on Tyson. 122
Rape-bid man jailed 34 years after offences against girls. 455
Reaching in to a world of isolation; How do you get through to a deaf-blind child who has no concept of language, colour, humour and so many other things we take for granted? Mischa Scorer's moving and thought-provoking BBC2 documentary shows what can be done. Graham Keal reports. Keal, Graham 823
Redfearn anxious to make Wembley boys' own story. Gaunt, Ken 447
Reviews: CLASSICAL CDS. Morley, Christopher 250
Rice serves up optimistic verdict over Shoaib debut. Halford, Brian 293
Rivaldo striking alert on Franca. Casey, Phil 476
Rover fined pounds 60,000 over asbestos 'storm' Car workers allowed to breathe deadly dust. Aston, Paul 1163
Rover has sold out of its best cars. 255
Rugby League: Bulldogs urged to show their teeth. 614
Saturday business week. 1540
Saturday Profile : Life is such a lovely business; Lowry Maclean President, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Chairman, Wesleyan Assurance Society. 1409
Second chance? Ben Elton. 316
Sheffield catches quality mount; EQUESTRIANISM. 214
Shifnal preparing to tempt vital Powell; INTERLINK EXPRESS ALLIANCE. Non-League, Colin Stoner 405
SHOW BUZZ. 366
Smith signs up as Solihull eye striker choice. 914
Solanki's focus on team targets before records. Scott, Ged 720
Soldiers ignore 'surrender or die' threat from Tigers. 209
Sole survivor of a town's dying industry. 595
Solicitor jailed for Aid fraud. 152
Some courageous steps in the right direction; Noreen Barr reveals new hope for paraplegics. Barr, Noreen 1071
Son killed father in family dispute. Posner, Michael 377
South Staffs taps into motoring and home insurance cover. 470
Sowing the seeds of love. 594
Splash PICK OF THE WEEK. 157
Sporting week: Greenside snooze as bunker from Hell claims another victim. Scott, Ged 1074
Stand is delivered as Villa pitch in. Connor, Neil 737
Stourbridge down but far from out - Serrell. Non-League, Colin Stoner 519
Students issue open challenge to Milosevic opposition. 289
Suspended pupil returns to shoot teacher dead. 327
Taking the rough with the smooth Interview: Daniela Nardini; Daniela Nardini takes on the toughest role of her career playing a rape victim who takes revenge on the men who almost destroy her. She tells Graham Keal about the part. Keal, Graham 832
The high street bytes back; Buying on-line may be the future, but the traditional methods of shopping are still just as popular, writes Georgina Pattinson. Pattinson, Georgina 965
THEME OF THE DAY. 688
There's far more to Bath than buns; WEEKEND getaways In the latest in our occasional series of gourmet guides, Alison Davison spends a weekend enjoying the city of Bath with a stay at the Bath Priory, a beautiful 19th-century hideaway built of honey-coloured stone. Davison, Alison 1293
Thompson pledges to apply brakes to spiralling wages. Ward, Michael 472
Tottenham friendly date offers vital spur for Blues; COLIN STONER'S NON-LEAGUE SPOTLIGHT Reports/Pages 36 and 37. Halford, Brian 288
Trimble dismisses 'new' plan for Ulster. Cowan, Rosie 466
Undercover clients test endowment mortgages. Economics, Nevill Boyd Maunsell 611
Union anger after teacher is cleared of assaulting girl. 366
W&D may call time on one of its plants; City Staff. Deshmukh, Anita 388
Waiter jailed for drug rape. 121
Wayward star Henry Hall has chance to make up for lost opportunities; By VERITAS Racing Correspondent. 366
Wealth of problems as homes on the up. Bull, Alister 495
Zimbabwe reach crisis point. 290

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