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

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'A double thrill' if my Sarah re-marries. 332
'Jesus' dies in sauna. 148
[3] PICK OF THE DAY. 181
[4] PICK OF THE DAY. 199
[5] PICK OF THE DAY. 184
[6] PICK OF THE DAY. 205
11 held after City protest. 119
1st Quote reckons it is also the best. 389
A place in the Sun for investor nest-eggs. 344
A true gentleman; INTERVIEW Alison Jones is bowled over by distinguished veteran film actor Donald Sutherland's typically perfect Canadian manners and charm as he prepares to bring The Enigma Variations to Malvern. 1545
A view from over there and over here as well; Reviews by Marianne Nault. 540
A woman hardened to Blair's advances. Revill, John 532
Airline alliance collapse proves that nothing lasts for ever. Perrett, Bradley 478
All About Cacti. 1537
alstom - can trim at top easily; Management team seals pounds 53m deal for Alstom Automation. 286
Anger as killer escapes jail. 104
Annie's Kitchen. 559
Annuities here to stay as retirees given more freedom to invest their assets. Fleming, Tom 452
Arabs' crisis meeting after guerrilla attacks. 214
Arsonist, 13, walks free after tragedy. 153
Auctioning off 'the greatest' COLLECTING. Hawkes, Harry 828
BA sells Air Liberte stake; French market proves too tough. Duckers, John 540
BAA eyes Big Apple contract. 210
Basically, those feet were made for walking; For the first time the leisure industry is feeling the heat from more traditional forms of exercise as people in search of fitness are tiring of the gym, says Mel Hunter. 1279
Beenz meanz rewardz on cards. 306
Big-hitting Safin on a roll to reach semi-final. 168
Blair's golden touch loses shine. Gray, Chris 319
Blues rush headlong to finish line. Halford, Brian 597
Board needs to take flexible opportunity. Smith, Paul 306
Body count has Strachan struggling. Ward, Michael 323
Borough still not true Blue. 197
Boy charged with setting Alfred alight in playground. 273
British team to help UN end hostage stalemate. 360
Briton dies in Dutch jail. 105
Bulldogs ready to bare their teeth. 303
Bullets grateful to Giants for extra motivation ahead of final; BASKETBALL. Halford, Brian 679
Business Week; Monday May 1. 1407
Buy-to-let mortgages on the Internet. Fleming, Tom 551
By-election dilemma for he-man Hague; Just how bad was the Romsey result for the Tories really? Jason Beattie investigates. 810
Caddick's 12-wicket haul stuns Hampshire; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 384
Call him Mr Quality; Your Honour Kristian Eskildsen meets a man who has spent his career improving safety standards. 767
Carer who hit nursing home patients escapes jail. 177
Cash and sales bonuses for Towers. Pain, Steve 552
Collins fights Warren corner in VAT trial. 165
Cost of vets' fees raises the hackles. 421
Coulthard relishes flying laps McLaren ace still focused on crown; FORMULA ONE. Gordon, Ian 937
Coventry enjoying life while they can. 321
CPS drops charges over 'cowardly' acid attack on babysitter Beverley. 308
Crane and lift chief takes the fall. City, Robert Lindsay 329
Creating a new look for lamb; It's the spring lamb season and meat producers are working hard to update its image. Brown, Jackie 1057
Creating a watery sensation; Nuts & Bolts. 651
Daughter's cruise trip tragedy devastates parents. 305
Direct Line goes via cyberspace. 168
Doctor and wife guilty of Viagra deception. Salmon, Lisa 483
Doing the rounds on the N11; A DAY IN THE LIFE. 149
Dons Gang still Crazy after all this year. Ward, Michael 475
Drugs agent in hitman bid. 93
Elliott's wizardry exposes true domestic difficulties. Cricket, Jack Bannister 537
End of the boom brings shock for sad young Saudis. Taylor, Paul (American choreographer) 886
End postcode cancer drug lottery; Costly Taxol treatment urged for all. Frith, Maxine 596
Enjoy beauty of commons; RAMBLING. Shurey, Richard 642
Enthusiasm is high despite fluctuations. 273
Fallen giants Stafford stand tall once more after promotion; Ian Painter will sit down and ponder his own future - as well as those of his players - as Stafford Rangers look to Premier Division football for 2000-1, writes COLIN STONER. 704
Families 'cruelly deluded' over fate of Gaul victims. Woodman, Peter 418
Fine art of playing to the gallery; Britain's new enthusiasm for art and new galleries to house it seems to be bearing fruit so far, writes Terry Grimley. 1012
Firebomb inquiry extended. 106
First call caps off Bennett's big year. Stoner, Colin 427
Ford workers wait for the worst. 421
Garden furniture can be unfriendly. 343
Get out of EU to avert anarchy. 1819
Golden rules for choosing nanny. Dowling, Fergal 504
GP-patient relationships in ill health. 242
Hamstrung as finances turn into a pig's ear. Duckers, John 775
Hattersley condemns 'laager lout' No 10 aides. 283
HEARTS OF IRON; Gone are the days when Birmingham was the city of a thousand trades, but tucked away in small industrial units are people who are keeping traditional skills alive. Jo Ind reports. 1235
Home is where the city is. Dodd, Ros 1968
Hospital gives healthy majority; Labour pushed out by campaigners' success. Walker, Jonathan 734
House to sell? Call for the doctor; If selling your house is turning into a sick joke, you need the House Doctor - alias Channel 5's Ann Maurice. Graham Keal asked her why there was such a healthy interest in her cult series. 820
How men (and women) are. 1202
Improved Lomas in fine mood to party; GOLF. Winbury, Graham 479
Insurance cover that can lighten the burden for backpackers. Fleming, Tom 481
Internet link for festivals. 82
Irving to pay pounds 150,000 or face bankruptcy. 258
Jaguar's S-Type misses mark in quality stakes. Duckers, John 479
Just Browsing. 1218
Kanchelskis eyes Maine Road. 161
Kennedy savours Lib-Dem triumph. 232
Kidderminster title-winning stars ready for final farewell; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE FOCUS. Stoner, Colin 378
Kimmins to quit Pitmen after snub to new deal; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. Stoner, Colin 701
King of the castle gives 100 per cent; SATURDAY PROFILE. Pain, Steve 1659
L&H account off track. 364
Labour battered and bruised. 201
Labour's Rover nightmare. Gray, Chris; Luck, Deborah 604
Lappping up the heat with the cool set of Miami; Cruising (very) slowly along Ocean Drive in a soft-top car is the best way to see all that's on offer in Miami Beach, says Rachel Russell. 1053
Lawrence pair released. 103
Literary favourite that started life in the Bog; Ross Reyburn visits Sarehole Mill in Moseley as it prepares for its Tolkien Weekend. 724
Little keeps Hawthorns watch from depths of Humberside struggle; Brian Halford finds unlikely sympathy for Albion's last-day relegation plight. 484
Lloyds centre of attraction for jobseekers. 169
Lo-fi rock shouts in Spanish. Adams, Steve 870
Lockerbie court silent as victims names recited. Blackburn, Rachel 493
Lorry and bus demand is just the ticket. 275
Love spreads around as new bugs spawned. Greenhill, Sam 411
Making magic disappear. Scott, Ged 917
Marathon talks bring new hope over Northern Ireland executive. 540
Marriage upset forced career setback, says sex-case WPc. 266
McCracken's loyal support rescues London marathon. Scott, Ged 1168
McGowan's big break. Gould, Phil 812
Message to Labour. 407
Moseley's home turf consigned to history; RUGBY UNION. Blair, Michael 679
Moving from folk to jazz in one bold step. Longley, Martin 641
Now our homes are big on Japan; William Baldwin assesses how British firms are being influenced by the penchant for Japanese chic. 783
Oil giants add fuel to London's stock surge. 517
Oil rags to riches fairytale goes on. Pang, Tanya 906
Overmars and Petit stay insists Wenger; PREMIERSHIP. Bradley, Mark 507
Palmer enjoys taking Grafham booby prize. Worth, Norman 481
Parkinson's linked to home insecticides. Von Radowitz, John 322
Peugeot bucks sales slide. Williams, Philip 585
Philippine hostages are 'found alive'. 306
Pick-me-up for that hanging basket headache; GARDENING. 1279
Picture Of The Week; Vizeu, Portugal (1947). By Tristram Hillier (1905-1983) Wolverhampton Art Gallery. 845
Plane-theft case dropped. 108
Police cast worldwide net to trace missing children. 183
Police seize cannabis plants worth pounds 80,000. 773
Post Script. 126
Post Script. 90
Powers ahoy at Badminton cross-country; EQUESTRIANISM. 251
Pressure is not on us says relaxed Bennett; Saddlers left with nothing to lose as Baggies cast nervous glances. Bishop, Rob 1149
Queen saddles up for her visit. Thorne, Alun 651
Queen visits Walsall gallery. 135
Quickfire gains for Revolver generation. Fleming, Tom 659
Quiet man who hit it off with all; OBITUARY. Cricket, Jack Bannister 262
Rain to brighten Higgins outlook; RALLYING. Wilde, Jon 311
Raise your glasses to art of coarse drinking. Bright, John 672
Rare find in rural Midlands; Heath House has been carefully restored to its orginal glory, reports property correspondent Marsya Lennox. 914
Rates freeze adds touch of stability. 185
Revitalised Scarlets put on cup red alert. Baldock, Andrew 381
Rising to a new challenge. 437
Rock star's treasures go under hammer for Africa. 172
Royal send-off for stalwart Richardson; DR MARTENS LEAGUE. 734
Runners-up Stratford's Dr Martens fate lies in hands of Histon; INTERLINK EXPRESS ALLIANCE. 694
Sad truth behind world of bigotry; COMMENT. Wilson, David 716
Scarteen Fox can do another 'Dessie' for Flat trainer Elsworth. Veritas 465
School chiefs in TV row over expelled girl. 311
Shame of tax inspector jailed for insider dealing. 546
Shrews go west with desperate ambition. Scott, Ged 566
Sir Richard starts a new chapter after shock defeat. 465
Smacking teacher's battle. 135
Small savers to benefit in Isa rethink. Axon, Peter 744
Smallest party hoping for a big future. Luck, Deborah 453
So nearly son of a bank clerk in Africa; Chris Upton looks at Tolkien's Birmingham connections. 785
So this is the ups and downs of it . . . Bishop, Rob 503
Some stories with very little morals; The Hell-Fire Clubs, a history of anti-morality. By Geoffrey Ashe (Sutton Publishing, pounds 12.99); Danse Macabre. By Aubrey Burl (Sutton Publishing, pounds 12.99). Reviewed by Richard Edmonds. 1254
Standard windfall warning; Woollard's pounds 6,500 figure 'is too high'. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 504
Stranded red-faced by that sacred yellow ball. Scott, Ged 375
Strength is comforting for Burley. 408
Supermarket pledge on rural banking. 114
Take in the horn of plenty; ANTIQUES Horn libation cups used by the Chinese were intricately carved pieces, often regarded as magical. Richard Edmonds reports. 1301
Tipping the scales in cod's favour. McCleneghan, Bromleigh 773
Tracing history back through the elements; The weather can have a profound effect on world events, reports Sarah Westcott. 871
Traumatised pupil will not answer to his name. 304
TV fame for biker - at 100. 161
US-style gun war fear as shootings ravage city. Connor, Neil 542
Victorious Ken offers the olive branch. Smith, Jon 589
Village life disturbed by vandals; Ross Reyburn discovers the history behind the Warwickshire village of Bishop's Tachbrook. 1344
Warning on dodgy claims. 231
When history begins at home; WEEKEND. Brown, Jackie 985
Why Carol may have been slow of study. Beattie, Jason 600
Why there's still reason to be blue; Were the Tories' election gains as sensational as they say? asks Chris Game. 788
Witty slices taken from the Big Apple; About Town - The New Yorker and the World It Made. By Ben Yagoda (Duckworth, pounds 20). Reviewed by Ross Reyburn. 1029
Wolves hopeful of a rosy future; TABLE TENNIS. Stoner, Colin 398
Wolves see Lee as key long-term ingredient. 544
Woman found hanged in cell. 225
Woodhall under pressure to fit title bill at Ballsporthalle. Scott, Ged 521
Yates backing Harriers to keep Conference flag flying. 406
Youngsters thirsting after gem of a mild. Ravenscroft, Julia 399
Zimbabwe's prospects far from rosy: Flower. Cricket, David Field 561

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