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

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A cut above the rest; High success with the Bosch cordless pruner to be won today. Surridge, Peter 485
A L'Oreal man: Ginola ahead of the game in advertising. City, Anita Deshmukh 225
A night filled with faux pas; Czech National Symphony Orchestra Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry. Leonard, Robin 240
A touch of Paradise for our proud city. 421
All pulling together in the right direction; Brand new: Aiming to sell cars that people want - at a profit. 968
Antiques and collecting: Collectors Diary. 178
Antiques and collecting: Enthusiasts box clever for these Matchbox mini marvels; With the Motor Show in town next week Harry Hawkes looks at the enduring appeal of the miniature variety - Matchbox model cars to be precise. Hawkes, Harry 553
Antiques and collecting: Making an impression; Antique prints are attracting a widening circle of new collectors, says Richard Edmonds. Edmonds, Richard 779
Apocalyptic fusion of sounds; Sand Medicine Bar, The Custard Factory, Digbeth. Longley, Martin 241
Appointments: Scheme will spread skills. Dowling, Fergal 519
Appointments: Travel man moving up. 412
Archive. 124
Archive: A masterpiece recalling one of the great British dance traditions; For Morris dancers, the Betley Morris Dance Window is an icon, says Ross Reyburn. Reyburn, Ross 662
Archive: Window to the past; Few secular stained glass windows survive, but one example offers an insight into the folk traditions of Staffordshire. Chris Upton takes a look at the intriguing Betley Morris Window. Upton, Chris 840
Back to school for stereotype series. Devrell, Steve 253
Beginning of Pompey 'dream' for Claridge. 539
Best sellers. 143
Bilston showing players iron fist. 361
Birmingham isn't promoted by TV. O'Brien, M. 213
Blair warned to stop playing with fire over fuel deadline. 478
Book lines. 663
Boswell stays alert to take victory in the wee small hours; Fraser Thomson witnessed the latest finish in the history of The British Open. Thomson, Fraser 665
Breen set to fill City breach. 471
Brush up your Shakespeare. 245
Bullets geared up to face toughest test yet. Halford, Brian 656
Buyers in queue for car parts company. Williams, Philip 484
Camping is a DREAM; He hates caravans, but Fraser Thomson is pleasantly surprised at Eurocamp in Brittany. Thomson, Fraser 1444
CD reviews. Evans, Simon 1251
CD reviews: Classical. Morley, Christopher 406
CD reviews: Jazz/world. Bacon, Peter 1035
Chess. Gibbs, Peter 354
Clarke on standby as Harriers face goalkeeper poser. Stoner, Colin 450
Cleaner binned as dust-up continues. 317
Clubbing: A royal time at Casino. Lyster, Samantha 239
Cooper ready to get Bears roaring; With so many unproven youngsters in the Bears ranks, Cooper's know-how will be priceless DR MARTENS LEAGUE. Non-League, Colin Stoner 573
Cornwell Parker puts Silentnight plan to bed. 227
CPRE anger at business threat to green belt. Municipal, Alun Thorne 390
Crackdown after report exposes. 440
Crest scrum: Rugby club aution to convert 120 years of heritage into cash. 318
Cutting edge plan to give free dental health care. Beattie, Jason 264
Deakin handed Evesham chance. 408
Down your way: Real ale attractions in a traditional village pub; Ross Reyburn visits Shustoke in Warwickshire and finds that old England is alive and well. Reyburn, Ross 1003
Driver injured as van collides with tram. 170
Engaging both eye and ear; Chisinau Opera - Tosca Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham. Morley, Christopher 248
Estate 'a shining example' of rebirth. 270
Ferguson's praise for Foxes. 492
Finding your balance; There's new hope for perennial dieters, says Mel Hunter, with a self-help programme that encourages us to reinvent our relationship with food. Hunter, Mel 1001
Fish slips the net in Bank buyout. 93
Flavour of the month; You don't have to have a large garden to enjoy the delights of home grown produce, says Roger Clarke. Clarke, Roger 1070
Fletcher extends contract to beyond 2003 World Cup. 182
Focus on patient after triple murder horror. Revill, John 576
Food & drink: The Recipe for success; The name Roux has become almost synonymous with quality dining. Alison Jones meets the Frenchman who helped to revive the British palate. 1744
Former bosses join forces to fight takeover. City, Anita Deshmukh 310
Freight expectations: San Francisco firm's pounds 16m link with the West Midlands. Cranage, John 350
French champions represent true test for red-hot Swansea. 421
Ganguly knock-out blow. Blomfield, Adrian 812
Halesowen back Piggott to end goal drought. 402
Heroes keep heads above rising water; Burst banks: South finds its feet after a night of continued flooding. Adams, Matt 568
Hitman Roberts puts Baggies on yellow alert. Ward, Michael 529
Home truths beckon as an actor's world crumbles; Eclipse. By John Banville (Picador, pounds 15.99). Reviewed by Marianne Nault. Nault, Marianne 523
How a city fought to save its industrial heritage; We Ain't Going Away!: The Battle for Longbridge. By Carl Chinn and Stephen Dyson (Brewin Books, pounds 14.95). Reviewed by John Cranage. Cranage, John 533
Howley prepared for mammoth task. 715
I have been written out of 'deal of the century'. O'Brien, James 529
Interview: Mary Coughlan - Holiday BLUES; Mike Davies talks to Mary Coughlan - once described as 'a red haired warrior queen with a voice like bleeding cherries'. Davies, Mike 963
Interview: Roy Strong - A growing concern; Richard Edmonds meets Roy Strong whose new book about gardens reflects his passion for nature. Edmonds, Richard 2075
Interview: Willy Russell - FREE Willy. Dodd, Ros 2134
Jews act over backlash fear. Dodd, Ros; Greenhill, Sam 134
John Bright: Mind your Ps and Qs - and your Es. Bright, John 778
Jumble of discarded masks; Marianne Nault meets Irish author and man of mystery John Banville and, below, reviews his new novel Eclipse. Nault, Marianne 938
Just Browsing. 652
Kim wins Nobel Prize for thawing last Cold War. 353
MacLaurin hits back at pay-cut criticisms. 428
Mandela backs Cronje to inspire future generations. 524
Marrakesh Palmeraie Open. 82
Mauchlen returns to help Oadby get back on title track. 593
Medical deal sees equipment supplier sold. 121
Meltdown fears evaporate as shares rebound. 497
MG Rover workers to vote on five per cent pay deal. O'Brien, James 300
Middle East Crisis: Bombers hit British embassy. Nissad, Angeline 782
Middle East Crisis: Cook urges Middle East leaders to take hard road to peace rather than short steps to war. 579
Middle East Crisis: Petrol prices likely to increase if West Bank crisis continues. 391
Middle East Crisis: US outposts shut after sailors die on warship. 315
Mimms the word for Shrews strikers. 146
Minister: I took cannabis; I did try cannabis at university, like a lot of students at that time. Lyons, James 512
Montgomerie, victim of own success, cuts back on Tour. 318
Movies: turn it up to ELEVEN; In search of the Spinal chord, Mike Davies goes one louder. Davies, Mike 1152
News focus: Whitbread's sober plans to pump flat share price. Locke, Malcolm 770
OM cranks up power for LSE takeover. 898
Paradise lost in pounds 1bn project; Sun rises on redevelopment: Library, hall and conservatoire face bulldozer. Chief, Paul Dale 776
Patient Stafford set to add midfield fire by clinching Lovett deal; Dr Martens Premier. Non-League, Colin Stoner 546
Paul Dale's Business Brush-up; The business week that was, but how closely did you follow events of the past seven days? Test your knowledge. Dale, Paul 804
Peacock in to give Lee's defence timely boost. Bishop, Rob 606
Personal Finance: Bosses trip on assurance jargon. Finance, John Cranage Personal 349
Personal Finance: Britannic endowment caution is set to pay off. Economics, Nevill Boyd Maunsell 548
Personal Finance: Children's tax credit criticised. 178
Personal Finance: Exercise your mind and make sure your finances are healthy. 599
Personal Finance: Fans pay price for their kicks. 186
Personal Finance: Jargon busters - Unravelling the secrets of your home loan. 336
Personal Finance: Landlords in the pink with new mortgage. 275
Personal Finance: Make sure your clutch of golden eggs hatches profit; In the first of a two-part series, Peter Axon outlines the general principles that shape sound investment. Axon, Peter 730
Personal Finance: Money machines: A hole lot easier to get access to your cash. 284
Personal Finance: Mortgage watchdog's new bite. 214
Personal Finance: TV tipsters to reveal their tricks; Cashing-in: Show Me the Money stars come to town. 209
Perspective: The Art of noise; Birmingham has always had a thriving dance music scene but one man has added the vital ingredient of style and glamour. Samantha Lyster meets Jim Ryan a visionary who transformed nights out with a small group of friends into an international clubbing phenomenon. Lyster, Samantha 850
Perspective: Why having a gun is the only way for some to call the shots. Wilson, Dr David 667
Peter Surridge Gardening Club: Garden Diary. Surridge, Peter 262
PFA short of common ground with task force on transfer alternative. 402
Phillips enters race with Burr for Boro post. Non-League, Colin Stoner 717
Pitmen boss Baldwin sticks with winning side and revamped formation Nationwide Conference. 580
Pot posy is handed over to Queen. 211
Premiership reassure RFU but request Andrew action. Baldock, Andrew 487
Pupil affair teacher quits. 81
Quotes of the week. 346
Rambling: Countryside walk in the heart of one of Birmingham's suburbs; Richard Shurey enjoys a walk through historic Sutton Park. Shurey, Richard 599
Rapist caught after snack bar theft. 261
Region faces real recession. Lydon, Andrew 234
Revealing a weird and wonderful county. 206
Robins wait on Brough fitness check. 159
Rock history: The Beatles - We still love them YEAH! YEAH! YEAH!; In the week of what would have been John Lennon's 60th birthday, Simon Evans looks at the enduring appeal of The Beatles. Evans, Simon 1061
Role models to play their part in helping others. 267
Roshan's promise of poetry for the people. 331
Round-up. 152
Saddlers urged to enjoy home comforts. Bishop, Rob 411
Sarah Fitz-Gerald Offer; Play squash with the rackets of the champions. 144
Saturday interview: Jonah Barrington - In the court of King Jonah; The man who found few peers on court identifies the best ways forward for his beloved sport - Jonah Barrington's place in the squash pantheon is secure but he believes he still has plenty to contribute to the search for the next British world champion.He explained all to Fraser Thomson. Thomson, Fraser 2421
Scots to carry on legacy of Dewar. 166
Shiels has all it takes for pro game say Reds; Dr Martens Western. 612
Shocked Wenger threatens legal action over ban. Pierce, Bill 638
Showbuzz: The latest gossip from Hollywood and beyond. 372
Signs good as Turnpole hits road. Veritas 430
Solo, yet singing with many voices; Rimma Sushanskaya Adrian Boult Hall,. Leonard, Robin 244
Song hits top notes for Cecil. Robson, Michael 409
Sorry, we'll get it sorted, says train boss over poor track record. Transport, Richard Warburton 373
South Staffordshire splashes out on mail. 233
Spoilt-for-choice Francis happy to have headaches. Halford, Brian 674
State pension increase is tiny. Warson, Henry 397
Studious Francis looking to research to bring home points. Halford, Brian 399
Sue shows Wright stuff to edge nearer to glory. Thomson, Fraser 619
Supreme Leung display rewarded. Stoner, Colin 386
Sutton want roaming Marshall to get clinical. 623
Table tennis: Deaton on Grand form in quest for hat-trick. Stoner, Colin 366
Tank crews machinegun Palestinian 'march of rage'. 310
The business profile: Valerie Bragg - Giving children a head start in life; Bright spark: College has technology to create switched-on students. Williams, Philip 1300
The mind of a child seen through the watchful eyes of the poets; Knickers, sadness, cats, mothers, skeletons. . . Alison Davison finds them all in the evocative world of poetry for kids. Davison, Alison 733
Theme for Today. Burgess, Canon HP 151
Vanity and egotism of two society beauties; La Divine Comtesse -photographs of the Countess de Castiglione. Edited by Pierre Apraxine (Yale, pounds 16.95). Infinite Variety, the life and legend of the Marchesa Casati. By Scot D Ryersson and Michael Orlando Yaccarino (Pimlico, pounds 12.50). 828
Victory over Vicente has Henman on title watch. Pontieri, Adriana 893
Villa to take lead from Gunners. Ward, Michael 721
Vivendi's BSkyB sacrifice pays off. 391
Waddingham lands camera-shy trout. Worth, Norman 430
War crimes grenade death. Sloboda, Julietta 483
Weakened Cannock hope to take strength from Dutch commitment. Hockey, Paul Raymer 623
Web watch: Past imperfect. 139
Wheels come off coach theory. Blair, Michael 769
When art has no answers; An die Musik Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry. Grimley, Terry 254
When the heat is on - take a breather; Even PMs get into a sweat under stress but help is at hand, says Gabrielle Fagan. Fagan, Gabrielle 631
Willenhall's play-for-free pledge after arson attack. Non-League, Colin Stoner 817
Your Honour: Ann Guest - Breathing life into a forgotten estate; Ann Guest talks to Peter Rasmussen. Rasmussen, Peter 742

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