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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (September 29, 2000)

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'Damn disgrace' as twisted sister walks; Scot-free: Convicted nun avoids punishment. Dougherty, Hugh 477
A new perspective on the Olympics. 98
Aloisi glad to be back and flying. 409
American arrives to head up consultancy. 262
Amstrad rides high on digital TV boost. 308
Assurances from GM - despite the pound. 486
Automotive review: Awards put spotlight on design excellence. 327
Automotive review: Car retailing faces forecourt revolution. Pain, Steve 605
Automotive review: Changes spell new opportunity; Ford ends car production at Dagenham; BMW cuts Rover adrift. To the outside observer it might seem that Britain has little future as a global player in the automotive sector. Not so, says Ernst &Young's Paul Teuten. Teuten, Paul 666
Automotive review: High-tech vehicle makes bow. Lewis, Colin 116
Automotive review: Link-up spurs drive for efficiency. 312
Automotive review: Sales levels lifted by X-factor. Lewis, Colin 999
Automotive review: Slide in share price sparks worries on takeover. 790
Automotive review: Steel appeal on the wane. Lewis, Colin 1081
Baggies go back to old ways. Ward, Michael 393
Beautiful daughter with rare disorder loses fight for life. 283
Bickerton elbows nearer top invite. Scott, Ged 455
Big-ticket work aids fee growth. 219
Birthdays: Sebastian Coe, 44. 175
Blues on Bond-like mission. Scott, Ged 351
Brighter outlook as Kettley joins new team. 103
Brush up your Shakespeare. 113
Bullying and abuse calls for help keep Childline phones ringing. Affairs, Neil Connor Community 374
Buried secrets of autumn gold. Education, Jonathan Walker 638
Cameos from a rising Wagnerian star; CBSO Symphony Hall. Morley, Christopher 203
Campaigners' hospital pledge. 146
Canoe directors in rough waters. 118
Capturing their unique sound; Zan Lyons Electric Sound Of Joy Flapper & Firkin, Cambrian Wharf. Longley, Martin 247
Case deluge as rights Act floodgate opens. Duckers, John 830
Cash is to be no obstacle for council's speed-bump and pedestrian projects. 438
Christie still rising with U-21 call-up to England. 455
City View: Sickly euro offers a surprise tonic for importers. Maunsell, Nevill Boyd 473
Competition: Enjoy all the fun of the fair. 507
Contradictions a-plenty from smooth-talking PM. Kirkbride, Julie 622
Corus 'could be dead within year'. 213
Crunch times are ahead for teachers. Education, Jonathan Walker 539
Dancing with deja vu; Robert Parker, 24, principal dancer with Birmingham Royal Ballet reviews Billy Elliot and finds astonishing similarities between Billy's life story and his own, while Mike Davies delivers his verdict on the film. Davies, Mike 824
Danish snub for the euro. 173
Deal clinched on fuel supplies. 115
Donor plea by mother to save baby; Transplant needed: Nine-month-old Bethany running out of time for operation. Hudson, Jenny 517
Drug gives fresh hope to breast cancer sufferers. Frith, Maxine 595
Enigma of mystery collector. Revill, John 740
Equestrianism: Horse Of The Year Show review. 102
Ex-stripper wins pounds 321m in fight over Texan's will; Striking oil: Playmate Anna is in the money. 303
Family duo will bring down curtain on much-loved Mini. Connor, Neil 289
Fastener switch heralds profit rise. City, Anita Deshmukh 449
Ferry crew face charges of murder. Poole, Keith 571
Firms need boards all shook up to compete. Duckers, John 362
Foolish actions in petrol panic. Allison, John 255
Force ten gales leave Oriana stranded. 280
Forecast of more gales, floods and droughts. 235
Forest fire awaiting recalled Branch. 534
Freeserve finds open access does not compute with market. Pain, Steve 379
Garton heads for USA. 165
Greenman set to end City exile; FA Cup. Non-League, Colin Stoner 560
Gunrunners 'deserve to die'. 220
Halifax gets on to the Internet at last. 301
Harriers reaching for the Sky in TV showdown. 297
Hidden heart virus that killed young wife. 213
High pound, low prospects. O'Brien, James 481
High-tech slump piles on pressure. 878
Hussain's culture vultures warm to foreign challenge. Cricket, Myles Hodgson 493
In the mood: Lawyers raise a glass for Munich celebrations. 93
It's a right royal boost for hockey club as Zara signs. 172
Jaundice ordeal of tiny baby. 255
Jervis still firmly on 'up' escalator. Blair, Michael 489
Keegan urges England to launch quest with six of the best. Scott, Ged 897
Kickstart for Boot profits. 170
Labour in Brighton: Byers tells how Rover rewrote rules; Statesmanlike: Mandela graces the Labour platform. Beattie, Jason 399
Labour in Brighton: Conference Sketch - Magic of St Nelson rounds off conference. Beattie, Jason 460
Labour in Brighton: Mandela gives thanks for Labour solidarity; Star turn: All eyes on statesman who defied apartheid - and won. Mason, Trevor 1293
Labour in Brighton: pounds 50m thrill for the children. 86
Labour in Brighton: Prescott in rallying call to brothers in arms. 294
Labour in Brighton: Select the best - select more women, says Jay. 282
Labour revolt wrecks jury trial Bill. 722
Labour's image now cracked. 241
Lewis shrugs off shadow of M&S. 209
Mayor denies Nato snub as Labour goes to vote. 293
Milosevic sticks to run-off pledge. 141
Minardi has win formula. Veritas 446
Mondeo may follow a rocky road. O'Brien, James 446
Mother jailed after sex romps with boys. Posner, Michael 545
Motoring: Civic launch. 117
Motoring: Falling prices. 85
Motoring: Peugeot adds fuel to diesel debate. 122
Motoring: Racy little eye-catcher with a touch of class; Motoring Correspondent Chris Russon discovers a touch of class in the new-look Previa Hollywood legend? No, a people mover with a bit of something extra. Russon, Chris 816
Motoring: Rivals in duel for top billing. 585
Motoring: Safer babies. 108
Motoring: Sporty hot hatches with humble beginnings. Willard, Tony 481
Narrow view of study values. Allison, Hilary M. 316
News Focus: John Lewis pins hopes on brand new image. Dale, Paul 364
Olympic Games: Athletics - Amazonian shadow hangs over Jones' golden achievements. Malley, Frank 808
Olympic Games: Athletics - Campbell's silver streak. Taylor, Jeff 811
Olympic Games: Athletics - Conclusion to 1500m elementary for Holmes. Jack, Harry 306
Olympic Games: Athletics - Foot fault: Despairing Australian lifted out of running. Marshall, Brian 292
Olympic Games: Athletics - Thompson foot in both camps does for Macey. Gordon, Ian 1026
Olympic Games: Boxing - Harrison prepares for thrills and spills. Field, David 566
Olympic Games: Equestrianism - Edwards making most of sorry Sydney experience. 525
Olympic Games: Round-up - Midlander just short of medal joy. 301
Olympic Games: Sailing - British fleet have medals in their sails. Jack, Harry 502
Olympic Games: Tennis - Serena helps sister to historic double. 306
Paying for England: Secret bidder gets Geoff Hurst's shirt for pounds 91,750. 273
Peddimore must be saved. Bibby, Dawn 177
Pensioners in plea to get out of debt. 197
Perspective: Crisis, what crisis? We don't know how grateful we should be. Beattie, Jason 629
Perspective: Let the children play; A pioneering scheme in Birmingham, which has campaigned tirelessly for the rights of children, celebrates its tenth anniversary today. Mel Hunter reports. Hunter, Mel 1226
Pilgrimage for 16 heavenly voices; The Sixteen Birmingham Oratory. Leonard, Robin 236
Plant hire firm digs in for difficult year. Duckers, John 456
Profession with our future in its hands. 484
Property: Competition - A Moving story. 573
Property: Enjoy a renovation listed challenge. Lennox, Marsya 348
Property: Focus on Herefordshire and Worcestershire - Home fit for royalty on market. Lennox, Marsya 1134
Property: Focus on Herefordshire and Worcestershire - Top homes draw record prices. 301
Property: For what it's worth - Four bedroom showhome with extras. Lennox, Marsya 230
Property: For what it's worth - Modern detached; Marsya Lennox looks at what pounds 200,000, or just over, should buy this autumn in a choice of city, village or country locations. Lennox, Marsya 244
Property: For what it's worth - Romantic countryside restoration project. Lennox, Marsya 313
Property: Miller builds on its success at Roman Court. 493
Property: Reminder of city's heyday. Lennox, Marsya 619
Property: Restoring an imposing landmark. Lennox, Marsya 390
Property: Round House is no longer a taxing experience. Lennox, Marsya 534
Property: Sales success at King Edwards Wharf. 427
Property: Traditional qualities of New Farmhouse. Lennox, Marsya 340
Prosecution up in smoke over verdict on cannabis. 328
Prozac can ease the monthly blues, say experts. 212
Rowett's move capped off. Scott, Ged 371
Rugby League: Matthew Elliott to quit Bradford Bulls. 95
Schools unite to halt teenage pregnancies. 168
Schools warned of legal bullying. Education, Jonathan Walker 535
Scottish Rugby Academy to be established. 104
Stan, don't let it all go to waste, pleads Merson. Ward, Michael 570
Standard's mutual friends. Economics, Nevill Boyd Maunsell 181
Straw on the spot over trainees. 173
Striking musical cracks the heart; Mike Davies takes a look at the week's cinema releases. Davies, Mike 2109
Supergrass ex-terrorist walks free from court. 292
Survey helps treatment of babies with cardiac defects. Hudson, Jenny 301
Taylor flares up into rage with blast for racist fans; UEFA CUP REVIEW. 454
Television Choice. 401
The Government has proved it is out of touch. Fletcher, Janette 314
The lure of the teaching - classrooms, kids and fun. 366
The toast of Paris; The covers have come off the new Mini and James O'Brien was in Paris to see what all the fuss was about. O'Brien, James 802
Theme for Today. Askew, Gwendydd 192
Tory takes Solihull seat. 109
Toye stitched by acquisition. 143
Turkish defender Alpay has pledged his future to Villa. Ward, Michael 418
Twins can be separated, says legal chief. 649
US pulls plug on Mansfield factory. 239
Walk-out halts trains. 117
Warning as child-care laws follow EC line. 287
We must change our mindset over car use. Knowle, Pat 362
Whitehouse special appearance; Dr Martens Western. Non-League, Colin Stoner 586
Why life is just one long Cabaret for Joel; But it wasn't that much fun working on Dancer In the Dark, as Joel Grey tells Alison Jones. Jones, Alison 966
Winterflood flows profits into Close. City, Anita Deshmukh 326
Wragge team lightens the load for airline. 241

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