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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (December 13, 2005)

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A Downing Street date for city head; Head teacher meets PM's chief speech writer and Education Secretary. 260
A tarantula is not just for Xmas. 153
A Very special way to light up Christmas for Villa fanatics; FOOTBALL: Famous old floodlights up for sale after 14 years in a garage. 417
Alive and kicking; I was born nearly the same weight as a bag of sugar, now I am. 359
Apartments still too high; Council set to reject new plea for troubled block. 264
Appeal to join phone mast fight. 127
Army tackles crime culture; Drop-in centre set up to keep teenagers on rails ASTON. 232
Back to the classroom for MP Lorely; COLLEGE. 171
Back to work for Christmas. 107
BADMINTON: Clean sweep for Mary in County's cruise. 133
BADMINTON: Holders boost title hopes. 228
Ban lifted on GP after botched op; HEALTH: No more circumcision, vows doctor allowed back into theatre. 311
Bar's concern for Legal Aid. 154
Bars close under licence shake-up LEISURE; Crackdown on under-age drinking as part of law change over alcohol. 261
Bite-sized sessions in skills of screen. 158
Blaze battle in full force; EXPLOSION: Efforts continue to douse 'apocalyptic' fuel fire. 390
Bonus talks for binmen; DISPUTE: Showdown over Christmas payments. 267
BOXING: Sherrington slugs it out for victory. 244
Bring comfort through tree. 277
Bullet for the puffin; SAFETY: Crossings confusing - transport boss. 328
Bum's rush for yobs in street; HALESOWEN Police to enforce new dispersal powers. 259
Cameron's wave of support in city. 154
Cards to stop abuse of rights. 136
Casino 'a pounds 600m jackpot for Brum; BID UNVEILED: NEC bosses pledge windfall for city if scheme gets the go-ahead. 524
Children cook up a winner; Pupils have the recipe for success with workshops COLLEGE. 276
Children to show their musical skills. 185
Christmas chuckles. 88
Christmas in prison for 'honest' granny. 238
Christmas party turns back clock; STIRCHLEY. 192
Church hit by raiders. 107
City date for new Tory team. 175
City sex beast's hol park rape. 158
Council clean-up doubt; HALL GREEN. 233
Course to help cope with illness. 122
Crash death biker named. 100
Crash man fighting for life. 107
CRICKET : Tresco plots way forward; ENGLAND: Liam boost but Pietersen gives cause for concern. 314
CRICKET: Record chase. 106
CRICKET:: India late show. 152
CRICKET:: Tour at an end for Pietersen; ENGLAND: Body blow as rib injury forces batsman to fly home. 306
CYCLING: Manning is riding high again. 200
Digby on theatre board. 129
Disabled 'live in poverty. 94
Don't be a dodgy Del Boy dealer. 195
Drive to protect vulnerable; CRIME. 88
Early years carers' award. 259
Emma all set for stardom. 224
Families 'poor at recycling. 160
Family flees loft blaze. 106
Family Life : Ask Alan: Worried about... breast-feeding; Answering your child health queries. 426
Family Life : Ask Fiona: My little monster stops job hopes. 517
Family Life : Counting The Calories Getting ready for the city that never sleeps; Anna Watts, aged 28, of Castle Bromwich is aiming to lose a stone and a half before a trip to New York for Christmas. Follow her story in the Birmingham Mail each week. 316
Family Life : Don't give in to pester power. 532
Family Life : Home of fun. 110
Family Life : Mum To Be: New world on the horizon. 299
Family Life : Reward for weight loss fund-raisers. 357
Family Life : School Of The Week: CHERRY ORCHARD PRIMARY SCHOOL Outstanding education x2; Where: Cherry Orchard Road, Handsworth Wood Pupils: 420 aged 3-11 Head: Sue Robinson Contact: 0121 554 0862 or 345
Family Life : Small Talk; Greenacres Primary School pupils in Amington, Tamworth describe Father Christmas. 280
Family Life : WIN A great family skiing holiday to the Rockies. 271
Family Life: God save the Nativity play; EDUCATION: Campaign to save a festive school tradition. 1161
Family Life: I didn't think it would be so bad looking after a baby but this course has made me think twice. 720
Family Life: Lets talk about sex. 117
Family Life: Pregnancy project shows that parenthood is hard; What do you think. 448
Festive gifts branch out; WORCESTERSHIRE. 145
Find the courage to give blood. 264
Fire alarm warning in flat blaze. 152
FOOTBALL : Bakke makes United stand. 378
FOOTBALL : Clapham: Put me in midfield; BLUES: I'm not a defender, says star who lost his place at left-back. 383
FOOTBALL : Coach job for Kevin. 321
FOOTBALL : Miller no to new Wolves deal. 389
FOOTBALL : Rovers too hot; BLUES RES 1 BLACKBURN RES 2. 104
FOOTBALL : Skora set to leave Bescot. 207
FOOTBALL : Surgery to cure Phillips' ills. 283
FOOTBALL : True grit is getting job done - Bakke. 434
FOOTBALL : Walsall move would suit Joe. 345
FOOTBALL : Williams brace is derby key; ALBION RES 0 VILLA RES 4. 257
FOOTBALL : Zoltan on Red alert; ALBION: Pompey clash is too soon for midfield star after injury. 360
FOOTBALL: Painter: I'm your man; BLUES: Youngster aims to save Bruce trouble of signing a new left-back. 659
Football: Redditch look to Walsall keeper; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 345
Fury over smashed headstone; ROW: Widow billed for grave damage. 327
Gas price warning from MPs. 121
Girls' answers come at speed of light. 170
Grants help on floods; RIVER SEVERN MP gives support. 252
Halfords in prices row; MANUFACTURING: Giant accused of bullying suppliers. 282
Hit the ski slopes with new Ackers course. 123
Hopes for adoption. 140
Hospitals' superbug crackdown. 174
I'd had a long week, says sleepy head Blues fan. 249
Inside View: Mostly, we get along pretty well. 373
It's been a Gala year for mergers; TRANSACTIONS: Acquisitive Midland companies make UK top ten in 2005. 287
Jack HIGH: Same difference for Solihull League top pairs. 352
Jail for escapee who locked up policeman. 210
Japanese in school visit. 89
Karren Brady: Have yourself a merry Christmas - but read the reality Claus first. 380
Kevyn finds fresh talent. 220
Language of success. 86
Lecturer in probe over sleaze claims; EDUCATION: College suspends teacher after allegations of nude wife pics on web. 175
MP backs veterans' battle. 155
New care home for ex-services personnel. 224
New powers to tackle Oz riots. 206
New shot at fame for reject Daniel. 141
New ward rules in MRSA crackdown; HOSPITALS: Restrictions set to be placed on visitors to stop spread of superbug. 294
NHS patients can pipe up. 92
No let-up over M6 protests; STAFFORD Minister's decision slammed. 365
No to 'garden homes; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 93
Nursery scoops a grand. 149
One million swarm to Bullring's shops; SHOPPING: Centre reveals record numbers of customers in just one week. 306
Our Say. 295
Outback killer jailed for life Murdered in the outback; Australian drug runner is guilty of Falconio murder. 503
Pair had planned to travel the world. 324
Parents hit by 'driving ban; EDUCATION: Land blocked off over fear of accidents. 332
Plan is a window of opportunity. 273
Police crack down on teeny boozers; SOLIHULL Off-licences targeted in clampdown on under-age drinking. 280
Police seize drugs in raid; DORRIDGE Pair arrested in swoop on home after tip-off. 249
Police target the Christmas thieves; Don't let your guard down for a second, officers warn householders CRIME. 292
pounds 284m 'wasted' on cards. 126
Pubs on the up, say buffs. 95
Pupils treated to cool moves. 149
Quake tsunami alert. 103
Quiz girls have the right formula. 179
Racing: LADY Of Fortune. 96
Rail plans are on track. 146
Remember When? 1982. 89
REVIEW: Magnificence of a choral classic. 146
REVIEW: Van shows he is still the man; VAN MORRISON Huntingdon Hall, Worcester. 258
Riot death: Three held. 114
Rivals trump Santa. 153
Rugby Union: Maynard tries new approach; BEES: Part-timers finding it a struggle as more teams turn professional. 444
Rugby Union: Moseley aim for a Cornish pasting. 373
Rugby Union: Stour home hopes. 277
Santa treat for toddlers. 167
Severn Trent's cup of joy. 198
Shop with a song in your heart. 100
Silent calls tax the patience of MP; YARDLEY Say it loud - the Inland Revenue is a phone pest, says Lib Dem Hemming. 264
Sleepy dad: Why Blues made me snooze. 233
Slick to spread its wings. 150
Stalemate in Xmas binmen pay battle; TALKS: Council summit breaks up without agreement in dispute over pounds 900 bonus. 240
Students put on the style for hospital. 151
Tea aids cancer women. 166
Tennis VOLLEYS: Four Oaks looking to the light. 341
The turkey trots an Xmas peril. 163
Thieves target elderly; WORCESTER. 160
Three on terrorism charges. 174
Thug's history of guns and violence. 249
Tonight's TV : Soap Watch. 140
Tonight's TV : TV Choice Seven steps to heaven; MAGNIFICENT 7 (BBC2, 9.00pm. 407
Top prize for city linguist. 166
Trio clock up a century. 118
US murderer is executed; DEATH PENALTY: No 11th-hour reprieve for reformed gangster. 313
Victim's plea over violence. 237
Victim's plea over violence; CAMPAIGN: Mum aims to help women abused by partners. 383
Warning on drink driving. 112
Xmas lights ban for city firefighters. 313
Xmas lights ban for firefighters; 'Scrooge' bosses say they're too costly. 333
Xmas rail services unveiled. 213
Yob antics put lives in danger; WORCESTER Youths target cars and buses with sticks and stones. 419
You can't beat a bobbies' knees-up; HODGE HILL Police lay on 'reassuring' Christmas party for elderly victims of crime. 367
You The Jury: ALBION. 146
You The Jury: ALBION. 133
You The Jury: BLUES : Crucial win but it's still not convincing. 187
You The Jury: BLUES. 184
You The Jury: VILLA. 168
You The Jury: VILLA. 158
You The Jury: WOLVES. 124
You The Jury: WOLVES. 139
Your Say : Bishop inspired so many. 192
Your Say : Hope in youth. 130
Your Say : Paid too much. 96
Your Say : Rude audience. 126
Your Say : Speeding hazard. 106
Your Shout : Big names yet to show star quality. 138
Your Shout : Reader's letter. 83
Your Shout : Reader's letter. 98
Your Shout : Reader's letter. 105
Youths delivering Christmas cheer; ERDINGTON Youngsters on troubled estate make up food hampers for pensioners. 297

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