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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (November 11, 2005)

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'Iron Mike' in new bust-up; BOXING: Tyson arrested a week before Brum visit. 295
A healthy interest; CARE: City patients and staff urged to give first-hand accounts of hospitals. 234
A little Bird has told me. 152
A roaring '40s Christmas. 118
A Texas Christmas. 83
ASTON: Academic gets place. 88
Athletics: Marathon man Dan leads the way for Harriers. 269
Baby op for widow Rachel, 2 years on; WALSALL: Dead husband's sperm being implanted by doctors this afternoon. 307
Basketball: Bullets in pain after big effort. 270
BBC Brolly on mend in hospital; RADIO: Concerned listeners bombard switchboard. 336
Best young boss Mark nets award. 149
Big rush for car jobs at Longbridge; INDUSTRY: Hopefuls put bets on new production. 302
Bill's fired up by DIY revamp; OLDBURY. 250
Blackpool tipped to beat Brum; Gaming boss warns on super casino bid. 381
Blackpool tipped to win casino race; GAMBLING: Expert claims Midland bids could be dashed by Lancashire resort. 456
Blitz on banned zone 'a success. 81
Blitz on scooters menace; REDDITCH: Action plan to curb town crime. 298
Bobby Dazzlers. 243
Bobby steals Jasper's show; REVIEW ROCK WITH LAUGHTER NEC Arena. 399
Bobby steals Jasper's show; REVIEW ROCK WITH LAUGHTER NEC Arena. 564
Boxing: Hamed ready for US return. 112
Boy held on 'race attack; CRIME: Brummie accent enraged gang in Scotland. 195
Brady confidence at 60-acre City bid. 289
BROMSGROVE: Out of Africa, a plea for aid; Shanty town couple's powerful message. 319
BROMSGROVE: Thieves steal cancer charity cash. 84
Brum is the best bet says MP Godsiff. 324
Brum the best bet for a super-casino; GAMBLING: Blackpool must not trump city's opening gambit, says MP Godsiff. 356
CAMP HILL: School is top of the class; Praise after period of disruption for pupils ends. 320
Campaign to gain support. 318
Campaign to win sports village support. 319
CANNON HILL: Screen star Bedi shares stage. 160
Centre calls praise. 111
Chips are down for Big Two. 195
Christmas on the canal. 224
City estate yobbos are in the frame; CRIME: Posters sent out of ASBO louts. 332
City rush for latest consoles. 120
City-born musician to the stars dies, aged 87. 175
Clean-up to combat rain; HALESOWEN Brook gets pounds 250k for sewage system. 299
Cricket: Bears in battle of the champs. 341
Cricket: Tresco up for skipper's job; TOUR: Marcus ready to lead the way for England. 320
Crowds see display; WEST BROMWICH. 187
Cup minnows are on the world map; CHASETOWN: Global television audience of 13 million eclipses Premiership clash. 337
Decision day for firemen on strikes. 238
Dentist fiddled NHS cash; STOURBRIDGE. 133
Dog walker dies after clash with bike gang. 122
Don't send me away; VISA ROW: 'Vitally important' community youth worker launches battle to stay in Britain. 325
Driving with mobile rises; WORCESTERSHIRE. 139
Drug user put lives in danger; COURTS: Addict in police chase is jailed. 206
EARLSWOOD: Dentist's passage to India. 118
EDGBASTON: Going from the page to the screen. 81
Elvis has lit the building; RAWNSLEY. 133
Enter poetry event. 122
EVESHAM: Rover 75 driver vanishes. 165
Eye On Broad Street: Hats off to Lord Mayor's limo secret; The Mail's look at what's happening on Brum's golden mile. 444
Football: Bruce keeps his eye on Jerome. 193
Football: Duo win fitness battle for Villa. 399
Football: Eric is Prest into service; WALSALL: Loan signing Skora goes straight into side. 395
Football: Flynn's future in doubt for Reds; NON LEAGUE. 229
Football: Hoddle: Spurs will keep Hud. 315
Football: Hoddle: Spurs will keep Hud. 343
Football: Jarosik told to stay and fight; BLUES: Boss rules out Russian return for unsettled loan star. 391
Football: Kiddy sign Pugh. 99
Football: Lambs told to forget Cup heroics. 204
Football: Last chance for Lazaridis in World Cup. 536
Football: Life gets tougher for Benitez. 174
Football: Merson wants killer instinct. 413
Football: Rio the right man for Sven; ENGLAND: Ferdinand set to edge Sol out of Argentina game. 306
Football: Rio the right man for Sven; ENGLAND: Ferdinand set to edge Sol out of Argentina game. 314
Football: Skora in at deep end for Walsall. 408
Football: Staunton sets new goals. 234
Football: Stour shock Blues in Cup. 130
Football: Tomasz vows to be the No1; Baggies linked to Polish star ALBION: Keeper plans to give Robson a dilemma as Kirkland returns to fitness. 400
Football: Under-21s look for first-leg lead. 165
Football: Villa aces win fitness battle; O'LEARY JOY: Boss has defensive duo back for the crucial clash with Sunderland. 470
Football: Villa get a double booster; O'LEARY JOY: Boss has Bouma and Hughes back for crucial Sunderland clash Stan: I may be forced to quit Oz. 559
Football: Villa get a double booster; O'LEARY JOY: Boss has Bouma and Hughes back for crucial Sunderland clash. 474
Get out and walk, lazy drivers told. 256
Girl gang stabs pupil in head. 167
Glasses call; CHARITY. 83
Going underground; POLITICS: Labour outline plans for new city tunnel if they return to power. 224
Golf: English duo are leading the way. 298
HARBORNE: All smiles as IT centre is saved ..SUBH Protests lift threat to mature student computer study base. 284
Help tackle burglary. 80
HIGHGATE: Prizes needed for charity. 135
HODGE HILL: Homes with green touch; Environmentally-friendly estate unveiled. 265
Homes: Breath-taking luxury. 248
In Flanders field, the poppies blow. 292
Inside View Extra banknotes to reach the high notes. 286
John's in driving seat. 87
Keeping warm in winter. 135
Lie behind ordeal of murder trial; COURT: False name given to police resulted in pair being accused over killing. 255
Lightning progress at Jumar. 180
Look who's brought my Meals on Wheels; Lord Mayor is VIP delivery man for a day. 253
Lord Lichfield dies, aged 66; TRIBUTES: Royal photographer, man of the people. 201
Maureen Messent: Kids branded from birth. 151
Maureen Messent: Let's sing from same hymn sheet, Rowan. 382
Maureen Messent: Puzzling sex drive. 95
Maureen Messent: This cop's a criminal piece of mis-casting. 172
MILLENNIUM POINT: It's light fantastic for Brum; Diwali celebration for Hindus building up to be brightest yet. 255
Minister's call over plans for pensions. 134
Mother fiddled pounds 41,000 benefit; CRIME: Worker's fraud shame. 247
Motors: A new chip off the old block. 230
Motors: Everyone wants to buy BMW. 724
Motors: Golden years of the DS. 450
Motors: Lock and load your toolbox. 177
Motors: Megane turns up the heat; By Edward Stephens MOTORING EDITOR. 646
Motors: Mum drives away with a cool pounds 50k. 268
Motors: Pick up Dodge classic. 102
Motors: Portable 'sat-nav' is the way forward; We Test: Edward Stephens tries out the Tom Tom in-car navigation system. 663
Motors: Roadster has style upgrade. 237
Motors: Rubbernecking is the way to go: Road Rage; Paul Fairburn is Managing Director of 100.7 Heart fm, Heart106 and Galaxy102.2, and is also a board member of the Broad Street Partnership. 321
Motors: Sitting in the lap of luxury. 234
Motors: Smash and grab raids on the rise. 514
Motors: Soft-tops are cool up north; Topless models more popular where weather is worse. 407
Motors: The new black is back in fashion. 207
Motors: Windscreen dilemma is cleared up. 227
Movies: Diaz dazzles chick flick; The Big Movie IN HER SHOES VERDICT: HHHHI. 533
Movies: Double-act goes with a bang; KISS KISS BANG BANG VERDICT: HHHHI. 292
MP backs protest; TRAFFIC: Demo called off as Simon offers to join campaigners against 'rat run. 272
My Fair Lady stars Galore. 97
My Fair Lady stars Galore. 97
New faces join board. 138
New heart unit is Britain's pioneer; WEST BROMWICH Mayor opens hospital centre - and it's already saving lives. 304
Older workers face payout cut. 237
On the right track; CRIME: Police retrace steps in fear railway saboteur may have slipped through net. 313
One man, two shows; KIDDERMINSTER. 104
Our Say. 385
Pair flung from car in smash. 154
Party in the US; LICHFIELD. 87
Peer who captured the stars. 215
Photographer Lichfield has a stroke. 113
Police hunt missing man. 113
Police plea to woman in hunt for driver. 312
Praise over crash drive; SANDWELL Safety campaign for young drivers wins award. 342
Prevent diabetes; WOLVERHAMPTON. 109
Prison for burglar traced by his blood. 134
Race hatred crimes fall; COURTS: Midlands bucks national trend for offences. 353
Racing: Henderson caution on Trabolgan. 152
Racing: Moscow's back in the swing. 138
Racing: Pat has Mariah spot-on. 187
Racing: Paul Castle. 176
Racing: Thornton positive. 126
Rallying: Colin on up Down Under. 109
Resignation demand ludicrous, says health trust; WALSALL. 192
Reviews: Awfully good; ABIGAIL'S PARTY The Nonentities, Rose Theatre, Kidderminster. 155
Reviews: Farce too serious; KINDLY KEEP IT COVERED Wythall Theatre Company Kingsley College, Redditch. 186
Roadshow for city's Muslims; RELIGION: Home Office to train imams and combat extremism. 236
Rooms to help grieving parents; CAMPAIGN: Baby suite opened. 218
Rover supplier crashes; INDUSTRY: City foundry will close for last time on New Year's Eve after potential buyer pulls out. 269
Rugby Union: Bees can move the Earth - Phil; CONFIDENT: Maynard believes hard work will start to pay off. 387
Rugby Union: Hooker Byrne out for revenge. 303
Rugby Union: Moseley looking for lift-off. 338
Rugby Union: Robinson's ready for the challenge. 205
Rugby Union: Stour after travel tonic. 223
Rugby Union: Warriors out to repel Sharks attack. 150
Rugby Union: White warns Scots. 166
Rugby Union: Wilko: Let's be patient; TEST SERIES: Hero Jonny calls for support as England get ready to face Aussies. 400
Save our school, families demand; EDUCATION: Fairway is perfectly good but city is leaving it to die, say parents. 374
School fired me when I spoke up for children; EDUCATION: Storm of protest over sacking of teacher who criticised head. 402
SHELDON: Baby hit in drink rage; Man escapes jail after attack on mother. 343
Silence to remember war dead; REMEMBRANCE: Young and old gather at city's Hall of Memory. 273
Study into city's axed post offices; SURVEY: Questionnaires in hardest hit areas. 253
SUTTON COLDFIELD: Memories of loved one shines through; Hospice set to hold its poignant festive Light up a Life event. 342
Talk on painting; ART. 80
Taxman has late payers in his sights; INLAND REVENUE: Stiffer, quicker penalties on way. 276
Tell me health tales, MP urges. 194
The Big Gig: Shy Tracy heads back on the road; TRACY CHAPMAN NIA Academy Sunday, November 13 Tickets: 0870 909 4144. 624
Three held on pupil stabbing. 143
Traditional crafts to be exhibited. 111
Trickster is back in town; STAFFORD Women warned after 'firefighter' strikes twice. 368
Villa greats helping net cash for needy children. 212
Vroom with a view at the NEC; SHOWTIME: Motormouth Clarkson targets 'zero to speed limit and back' world record... indoors. 250
Warehouse inferno. 85
Warning to heroin users. 101
WEOLEY CASTLE: A feast of festive events on the cards. 132
What's On: A Walk In The Park: SPARKHILL PARK Green and pleasant pastures; This weekly column celebrates the fact that Birmingham has more parks and open spaces than anywhere else in the country. For more information visit 482
What's On: Bars And Pubs. 235
What's On: Behind The Mic: Midlands radio stars - revealed MALCOM BOYDEN. 410
What's On: Big helpings come with tasteful deco: Pub Review; THE OAK, GOSPEL LN, ACOCKS GREEN: VERDICT: HHHHH. 384
What's On: Clubs: Miami duo shake it up. 354
What's On: Crafts for Christmas. 132
What's On: Days Out: Big Xmas switch on; GRAHAM YOUNG looks at Birmingham's Switch On concert. 457
What's On: Days Out: OTHER ONGOING EVENTS. 130
What's On: Days Out: WIN flight credits to celebrate Christmas. 422
What's On: Exhibitions: Artist humbled by your wishes. 239
What's On: Exhibitions: Stepping out of Rodin's shadow. 154
What's On: Film: Bollywood Scene: Hunks play it for laughs. 236
What's On: Film: Bollywood Scene: Now Showing. 184
What's On: Film: FREE tickets to dance film. 193
What's On: Film: Hustle lacking dramatic flow; HUSTLE & FLOW VERDICT: HHIII. 145
What's On: Film: Love story that is constant surprise; THE CONSTANT GARDENER VERDICT: HHHHI. 269
What's On: FREE pint for every reader. 149
What's On: Gay Life Dreamboys do the full monty. 314
What's On: Heavyweight contender that's proving popular; Cheap As Chips: YOUR FRYER, PERSHORE RD / SIR HARRYS RD, EDGBASTON VERDICT: HHHII. 91
What's On: Homely fayre just like mama used to make; Restaurant Spy: ANTONIO'S, SHIRLEY VERDICT: HHHII. 401
What's On: Insider Gossip: Dan bears the scars. 367
What's On: Insider Gossip: Stone shows sensitive side; Showbiz. 292
What's On: Jazz: Jazz for all tastes. 266
What's On: Music: Birmingham's Top Ten. 135
What's On: Music: Eagles to fly once more. 207
What's On: Music: Reel skills on display; CRAOBH RUA Lichfield Guildhall, Nov 4. 155
What's On: Music: She's got it covered; Your Verdict: MADELEINE PEYROUX Warwick Arts Centre, Nov 1. 146
What's On: Pop: Being in UK is a dream for Don and Phil. 541
What's On: Pop: ELO ex-members hold on tight to their roots. 363
What's On: Pop: More power to your Elbow. 265
What's On: Pop: My biggest honour was meeting Tony Bennett; In The Spotlight MICHAEL BUBLE. 301
What's On: Rambling: STRATFORD-UPON-AVON. 654
What's On: Sparkling show returns to Brum. 157
What's On: Take me out for a night to remember. 441
What's On: Theatre: Ali has a hard act to; Amateur Theatre. 125
What's On: Theatre: In pursuit of Macbeth. 100
What's On: Theatre: Sinatra: I just do it his way. 438
What's On: WIN Good Food Show tickets. 527
What's On: Window Gallery grows. 315
What's On: Your 2 MINUTE guide to the week. 696
What's On: Your Verdict. 151
Win a pounds 339 car tracking system. 481
WIN pounds 10,000 worth of childcare for a year. 500
Winter poem trail. 116
Yob gang chased by bus driver; He catches youth after windscreen smashed. 303
Your say: A nasty taste. 135
Your say: Accent on abuse. 100
Your say: College study. 93
Your say: Helpful Brummie. 118
Your say: I'm feeling betrayed. 82
Your say: Old days not so golden. 179
Your say: Parking folly. 128
Your say: Remember When? December 1998. 106
Your Shout. 107
Your Shout. 81
Your Shout: Losing Lee will be no big deal. 121
Zoo stages festive fun; DUDLEY. 86

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