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By ROBERT MOORE

By ROBERT MOORE

off the motorway. Chaos quickly developed all around as traffic was forced to try to wind its way across the Midlands by other routes. Frequent announcements were made on local and national radio, warning of "horrendous problems" crossing the Midlands. Police had difficulty in b
September 6, 1990 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
TOUR HURD

TOUR HURD

flew to Bagdhad for talks with Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. Mr Hurd stressed sanctions were the best means of avoiding a war. "Let's give peace a chance there is a reasonable chance," he said. He added: "I think the Arab bit of the coalition against Saddam Hussein is standing up
September 6, 1990 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
French rapped AGRICULTURE minister John Gummer today criticised French authorities for failing to stop attacks on lorries carrying British lamb

French rapped AGRICULTURE minister John Gummer today criticised French authorities for failing to stop attacks on lorries carrying British lamb

exports. His attack came as Welsh farmers called for a retaliatory boycott of imports from across the Channel. Mr Ciummer said: "It is still true that nobody has been arrested for any of these outrages."
September 6, 1990 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
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September 6, 1990 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
School for the blind to

School for the blind to

September 6, 1990 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
Horror street attack

Horror street attack

TWO masked men wielding machettes carried out a horrific frenzied, motiveless attack on a 29-year-old Birmingham man at limethwick. They pounced upon him from a car. hacked away at his legs then drove off. leaving him la at pool of blood. The man, aged 29, and from Winton Green,
September 6, 1990 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
■ A CLASS JOB: Tisha Breheny, a 36-year-old mum who is starting a career as a teacher

■ A CLASS JOB: Tisha Breheny, a 36-year-old mum who is starting a career as a teacher

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September 6, 1990 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
Parents By DEREK WEEKES

Parents By DEREK WEEKES

A NEW kind of Sunday School opens in the Midlands this month for the whole family. All are welcome to turn up for the September 16 launch of the school at Milking Bank Primary School, Dudley. Teachers have prepared songs, games and craft activities for "The J Team", the theme fo
September 6, 1990 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
RATTLE PLEA

RATTLE PLEA

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September 6, 1990 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
Shop window on trade

Shop window on trade

MORE than 3,000 business people are expected to attend a two-day trade fair in Walsall Town Hall next month. Walsall Business Club is organising the Business to Business exhibition with the help of £3,000 sponsorship from the local council. It will be held on October 4 and 5 and
September 6, 1990 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England