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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (June 16, 2009)

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' Solid to growth for Tesco. 162
2 hurt in drive-by shooting; Teens hit in legs during attack: Two teens are shot in the legs. 295
2 hurt in drive-by shooting; Teens hit in legs during attack: Two teens are shot in the legs. 295
2 teens shot in drive-by attack; CRIME: Midland youngsters hit in the legs in late-night incident. 320
A dummy run for medics in training; HEALTH: Students from three different professions work together in 'hospital'. 297
Abseiling for charity. 106
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 111
Age and place of birth devalue the 1841 census; AskChris THE MAIL'S FAMILY TREE EXPERT. 473
Ambassadorial Scholar thanks Birmingham. 336
Anger over racism claim; POLITICS: Wannabe councillor's complaint rejected. 295
Appeal for missing girl. 154
Appeal for missing girl. 96
Aquabox scheme provides safe drinking water to thousands after tragedy strikes. 89
Arrest after pensioner dies. 97
AS membership secretary for the Labour Party; YourSay. 94
Ashes focus as England crash; WORLD TWENTY20: Windies blow Colly's men off course. 372
Ashes focus as England crash; WORLD TWENTY20: Windies blow Colly's men off course: CRICKET. 372
Baggies in tricky away cup tie at Bury. 211
Balloons hazard; YourSay. 83
Bid to end deadlock at oil refinery. 187
Biker killed in crash named. 92
Birmingham greets Rotary - June 23. 695
Birmingham: The Global Events City. 1030
Birmingham: Then, Now and Future. 1387
Blues boss still in hunt for Johnson; OUR MAN AT BLUES. 419
Bobby Dazzlers. 261
Bobby Dazzlers. 261
Boy 'unhappy' at Khyra home; COURT: Parents accused of starving girl would limit food - child. 316
Boyz still know how to please a crowd; REVIEW: BOYZONE National Indoor Arena. 358
Brew in NEC pay debate; COUNCIL ROW: pounds 15,000 hand-out 'will cost city'. 364
British Rotarians visit the Lifeline Express. 288
Brum uni in recruit award. 175
Brutal attack at garage till. 208
Builders first in line for chips. 187
Built with a little help from friends; FAITH: Streetly Evangelical Church was built 50 years ago by five men. 408
Bumper fun run turn-out. 221
Byrne starts fight back for Labour Party. 248
Carnival to be a great hoedown; FUN: Harborne revellers encouraged to go country and western. 296
CashSavers. 273
Celebratin the achievements of young people. Awards list 262
Ceremony for fallen soldiers. 136
Champ through. 89
Chance to sparkle on the big day. 86
City fans setting sights too high. 1888
City scientists to tackle superbug. 206
Club events see Arden flourishing; Tennis VOLLEYS. 321
Couple win pounds 25m Euro jackpot. 232
Crash biker named. 93
Curfew slapped on rowdy teens; CRIME: Police given new powers to break up booze-fuelled gangs. 279
DEATHS. 754
Delay in arrest death hearing. 175
Derek is your man - Moore. 492
Derek is your man - Moore; McInnes 'the natural successor to Mowbray': McInnes is right man for the job. 485
Dictionary 4 Life. 103
Don't make any snap decisions. 136
Don't make any snap decisions; ASIAN WEDDINGS. 136
Donald is ready for US Open. 305
Dormouse back from the brink. 178
Dorset teenager crowned Rotary Young Chef 2009. 259
Drinking to the right degree? New campaign aims to make students aware of the risk of too many nights out. 1230
Drugs farm in house. 171
Durham hold Bears at bay. 209
Dyson has an easy charm. 143
Evans: The right move for Barry. 510
Evans: The right move for Barry; VILLA NEWS. 510
Evans: Villa repeat will be tougher; Villa 'need four new signings'. 541
Evans: Villa repeat will be tougher; Villa 'need four new signings'. 541
Evans: Villa repeat will be tougher; Villa 'need four new signings'. 541
Evans: Villa repeat will be tougher; Villa 'need four new signings'. 541
Family in fire drama. 88
Fast aid for LDV's staff; JOBS: Hundreds attend extra advice days. 262
First class letters will be rewarded; YOUR SAY: pounds 2,000 of prizes to be won by Mail's best correspondents. 414
Flowerbed dispute ends in libel case; COURT: Woman suing council for putting name on Violent Persons Register. 347
Flu outbreak closes school; HEALTH: Brum secondary falls victim to pandemic. 394
Flu outbreak closes school; HEALTH: Midland secondary falls victim to pandemic. 394
Forest's new centre. 118
FREE pint for Father's Day. 171
Friends want library apology. 347
FromTheForum. 187
Gallery is worth a quick call. 198
Giving Peace a chance. 699
Green light for city nursery extension; PLANNING: Council says possible threat to road safety is not an issue. 330
Green space cash request. 127
Grooms can make a bold statement with their clothes. 309
Haulage boss loses his licence. 171
HAVING read about Khalid Mahmood MP paying; YourSay. 133
Help farmers change world for the better. 210
Help on pet vaccinations. 84
High Security peace of mind! State of the art products, professional and friendly service, superb aftercare, customer satisfaction, unrivalled security. 181
Horsey hat etiquette driving me mad. 633
Hotel leap father back in Britain. 210
I WAS disgusted to read that Khalid Mahmood; YourSay. 97
Iconic Town Hall marks 175 years. 227
Impact and Rotary - working together to prevent and alleviate needless disability. 229
Important to make gift personal and suited to tastes. 240
IN MEMORIAM. 138
Inquests to open into factory deaths. 125
International students welcomed. 245
Job joy for students. 83
Jonno wants the best of both worlds. 239
Joy and love is all around. 447
Joy's work first class; EDUCATION: Teaching assistant is through to the national final of 'Oscars'. 343
Katherine Jenkins teams up with CBSO for NIA concert. 84
Keynote speakers. 438
Kids like exercise. 107
Kids Out Day. 161
Laird is proud to represent Scotland. 223
Lecturers in strike action over job cuts. 283
Lecturers strike over job cuts; Lecturers strike at colleges. 376
Lecturers strike over job cuts; Lecturers strike at colleges. 379
Live child porn: Man is charged; INTERNET: U.S. link as police swoop in West Midlands. 322
Making dreams real. 859
Man faces owl-selling charge. 96
Many children and youths in Uganda have been victimised. 143
McEvoy pipped by par-fect duo; MATCH-UP: Max and Stefan take on the amateur legend. 356
Meeting challenge of improvement; SchoolOfTheWeek ST EDMUND CAMPION CATHOLIC SCHOOL, ERDINGTON. 397
Messages for your dads on their big day. 184
Milijas can cope with pressure. 284
Monye in for sick Williams; LIONS TOUR: In-form wing has good shout of claiming Test spot. 534
More time for nurses. 91
Move could spell Real trouble. 417
Murray draws on inner strength; TENNIS By Jim. 382
Museum focus for the budding photographer. 132
Nancy name their price for Fortun. 167
Nancy name their price for Fortun. 167
New date for Khan and Gavin. 362
New date for Khan and Gavin; BOXING. 359
Newsagent jailed over drug deals. 129
No worries ambling. 81
NOT only does MP Khalid Mahmood squander; YourSay. 91
Number's up for list; TELEPHONE: Single port of call for council. 320
Nursery wins size victory; CAMPAIGN: Go-ahead despite traffic fears. 331
OAP quizzed over attack. 114
Our wedding that never was; Ask Fiona THE MAIL'S AGONY AUNT. 633
OurSay. 347
Over Ana out. 83
Pakistan are no cheats, says Younus. 220
Parliamentary trip for primary kids. 89
Peace Hut. 680
Penguin suits for charity day. 198
Pick of the day. 174
Play areas building bid. 113
Plenty of gossip in the office; Drama. 187
PM steps up cuts attack; CONFERENCE: Union delegates set to quiz Brown. 253
pounds 5m Johnson still on agenda; Dann's arrival no barrier to deal: Blues boss still in hunt for Johnson. 664
pounds 5m Johnson still on agenda; Dann's arrival no barrier to deal: Blues boss still in hunt for Johnson. 674
pounds 5m Johnson still on agenda; Dann's arrival no barrier to deal: Blues boss still in hunt for Johnson. 667
pounds 64m campus a reality. 196
pounds Abroad. 83
Powder in envelope 'harmless'. 129
Power to the people; Documentary. 182
Pre-season trips for Glassboys; NON-LEAGUE. 178
Pubs hoping to bring kids cheer. 164
QuizOfTheDay. 110
QuizOfTheDay. 110
Race for Speaker hots up. 249
Rafa's knee test. 128
Raider in attack at home of ex-lover; COURT: Sleeping man assaulted after thief climbed through window. 330
Rainy day for Ian. 184
Rare bowls are put on display. 125
Recession affecting daily lives. 127
RememberWhen? 108
Ron: No charges; TheWorld. 83
Rotary fosters Olympian spirit. 211
Rotary give Ugandans chance to build a better future. 304
Rotary keeps the pressure on polio; Humanitarian organisation partners with Gates Foundation to raise US$555 million to end polio forever. 935
Rotary's Box scheme reacts quickly to cholera epidemic hitting Africa. 381
Rotary: a global network of volunteers. 1197
Safe route to fitness. 136
Sales boost for Tesco. 104
School meals' prices frozen. 97
Seeking shipmates; YourSay. 125
Sensara happy to sign new contract. 396
Sensara happy to sign new contract. 396
Seven killed during Iran protest. 203
Shaw in final bid for place. 276
Shoes that feel good for the soul - and the sole. 113
Shop man attacked wife. 242
Signing inspired by Vidic thumbs-up. 253
Smart work for charity. 86
Soldiers' struggles after Basra battles; TVChoice Occupation (BBC One, 9pm). 195
Spreading happiness all around; REVIEWS. 168
Stakes are sky high for Bearer. 337
Stakes are sky high for Bearer; RACING. 337
Stern test for Bears' top order. 204
Studio roof leak ruins Bullring art; RAIN: Artist 'gutted' after canvas which shoppers helped create is damaged. 332
Supporting events in Birmingham; " Attracting such major events to Birminghamprovides a massive boost to the economy, and it is essential that we maximise every opportunity available IAN TAYLOR, COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR, MARKETING BIRMINGHAM. Conference news 951
Surgery outrage; YourSay. 85
SWINE FLU; WHAT EVERY PARENT T NEEDS TO KNOW. 1106
Talented Aidan steps out in his home town. 458
Tasty way to enjoy the day. Recipe 337
Teen on child sex charges; U.S. link as police swoop over abuse: Teen faces child sex charges. 297
THE FIVE ROTARY YOUNG CITIZEN AWARD WINNERS: ARTICLE-DESELECTED. 530
The important role of Rotary in West Midlands and UK. 414
Top Tory gives up lucrative bank job; Mitchell claims MPs are better for having outside interests. 375
Top Tory gives up lucrative bank job; POLITICS: Mitchell claims MPs are better for having outside interests. 375
Tory woman steps off campaign trail; POLITICS: Managing director chosen as candidate fears her business suffering. 371
Tournament drives home road message. 191
Transfer promise for Tony. 266
Unions' fair pay battle; COUNCIL: Warning over of 'single status' wage bid. 342
Villa not drawn by Bentley report. 357
Vital help in the face of natural disasters. 137
Want to save the planet? Then break the chain! A cut in intensive farming would help us all, say campaigners. 995
Warning on sale of cigs. 132
Warning over untrained aid; HEALTH: Review call into school staff giving kids treatment. 344
Warning over untrained aid; HEALTH: Review call into school staff givingkids treatment. 324
Watch out for foods high in fibre and salt when you feed your baby. 448
Water and Sanitation Project (WASP). 537
We need to do better - Pearce; EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: U21s just scrape past Finland. 431
Web debut for force in drugs fight. 220
Welcome to Birmingham. 918
What'sOn. 629
Wheelchair Foundation UK. 132
Who should be the next Albion boss? 181
Why not use MoD hostel? YourSay. 172
Williams laid low by illness; LIONS TOUR: Stomach bug hits Welsh winger's Test chances. 673
Working for a world in harmony. 310
Working for La Rue; YourSay. 100
You can eat yourself silly as long as you eat the right things; Stan named Man Of The Year after losing 7 stones. 555
YOUNG ROTARY Rotary encourages. 481
Young speakers offer words of wisdom. 241
Young Stirchley stars rise to the Challenge. 308
YourStars WITH CLAIRE PETULENGRO. 590

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