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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (November 15, 2005)

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Athlete can run and run REVIEWS. 165
ATHLETICS: Kelly Brum date. 158
Baby op widow's dilemma; WALSALL: Decision day as implant fails. 260
BADMINTON County off to a solid start. 307
Beware shady dealers; WORCS Stolen goods alert. 188
BILSTON: Threat of Iraq protest. 110
Blitz launched on bunking off; SCHOOLS Truancy squad to patrol the streets. 273
BOURNVILLE: Laura fury at revamp for Green; Plea to maintain historic landmark. 331
BOXING: Joe's dream still alive. 93
BROAD STREET: Bands battle for top title and charity. 154
Burglar is caught by blood link; CRIME Removal man cut hand at property. 324
CALA's billion-pound land portfolio. 158
Call to curb hols for MPs; POLITICS: Midland Member in 'work harder' plea. 291
Cancer petition delivered; HEALTH. 362
Check out this musical; THEATRE. 171
Chief threatens to ditch housing deals; ASYLUM: Bed and breakfasts used for families as 100 homes stand empty. 184
City premiere for ex-Rolling Stone tragedy. 291
Comic strip presents a pounds 4,500 prize. 89
Composer to be celebrated; MUSIC. 152
Cricket: England have sniff of glory; FIRST TEST: Battling tourists 174 runs away from gutsy victory. 565
Cricket: England have sniff of glory; FIRST TEST: Trescothick blow after tourists are set 198 for victory. 525
Cricket: Freddie fires up England. 86
Cricket: Freddie fires up England. 81
CRICKET: Pakistan find fighting spirit; TEST: England bowlers struggle in Multan as hosts pile on runs. 340
Cricket: Steady Freddie stuns Pakistan; TEST: Star bowler tips balance of power back in England's favour. 496
CRICKET: University flying after double triumph. 163
DIY-er in wiring tragedy. 201
Down to the nitty gritty. 125
DUDLEY: Helping hand to get creative. 154
DUDLEY: Pink rains supreme. 146
Elderly home faces closure; Crunch day for engineering workers. 473
ERDINGTON: A step in the right direction. 131
ERDINGTON: Blood traces expose thief; Removal worker caught after cutting hand. 401
ERDINGTON: Butcher is beefing up. 163
ERDINGTON: Vet praise for 'local heroes. 186
FAMILY LIFE: A RECORD TO BE PROUD OF. 2112
Family Life: Ask Alan: Fears over meningitis; Answering your child health queries. 412
Family Life: Ask Fiona: Baby threatens freedom. 165
Family Life: Ask Fiona: Help me: My bust just keeps growing. 411
Family Life: Chipper Club: Club Corner. 156
Family Life: Chipper Club: Cutest pet. 156
Family Life: Chipper Club: Fun at the fire station for fireworks winners. 111
Family Life: Chipper Club: WIN a party for 25 plus Leapster L-MAX. 462
Family Life: Counting The Calories: Shopping spree my reward; 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 Weight lost this week: 3lbs. 428
Family Life: First introduction to fear and pain; Mum To Be Alison Handley counts the days. 372
Family Life: Fitness: I feel so much better in myself says Ellen, 54. 623
Family Life: Geldof's campaign. 144
Family Life: Real Lives: How I became a great single dad. 1645
Family Life: School Of The Week: Harborne Primary, Station Road - Pupils find key to happiness. 406
Family Life: Small Talk: Pupils at Greenacres Primary School in Amington, Tamworth tell us about the celebrity they would most like to meet. 216
Family Life: The Big Question: Every week, we're on the streets seeking YOUR views on a moral dilemma. Today, Poppy Brady asks At what age would you let your daughter wear make-up. 298
Family Life: Why not try a DIY Christmas; CHRISTMAS is all about FAMILY Make your own cards and crackers. 356
Family Life: WIN a lunch date with Ainsley. 405
Fear for England team after bomb. 147
Firefighters' plan for more strikes; DISPUTE: Army provide cover after talks in brigade shift system row. 621
Football: Cash rap for Little. 125
Football: Clem in pledge to keep right on. 542
Football: Clem's pledge to keep right on. 346
Football: Cup draw is real thrill for Keogh; NON-LEAGUE. 318
Football: England get real. 199
Football: Hod rallies the troops; WOLVES: Boss calls on squad to show spirit. 449
Football: I hope I never have to wield the axe again; DEADLY DOUG: Football managers will always be judged on results More exclusive extracts from new chapters in Doug Ellis's autobiography. PART TWO: The Villa chairman appoints David O'Leary manager. 1642
Football: Latics just too strong; Wolves Res 0 Wigan Res 2. 115
Football: Lawrie backs Maik. 123
Football: Merson hunts striker. 181
Football: No old pal's act for Thomas; VILLA: Goalkeeper targets victory as he prepares to come face to face with former club. 510
Football: Reserves rocked; NEWCASTLE RES 5 VILLA RES 1. 95
Football: Robbo poser over keeper; ALBION: Kuszczak and Kirkland causing headache for boss. 411
Football: Skora impact delights Bennett. 331
Football: Taylor: Plc took matters out of my hands. 448
Football: Thomas ready to be ruthless; VILLA: Goalkeeper prepares to come up against former club. 504
Football: Windfall for Worcester. 100
Give us your millions, EU; TORNADO: Brum eyes Paris-style disaster handout. 271
Good samaritan kicked by gang. 100
GREAT BARR: Legal team a class act on safety. 168
GREAT BARR: Warning of kerb conmen; Cowboy builders trailing council staff. 402
HALESOWEN: Home and Away star to light up town. 212
HALL GREEN. 83
HANDSWORTH: Head is top of the class; Successful school leadership praised. 288
Hanging after boyfriend row. 118
Head's tribute to tragic Adis; CRIME: Student who died in club brawl 'sorely missed. 334
Health on the agenda; LIBRARIES. 103
HOCKEY: Trojan effort as Sutton stir; Resurgent side ready to bounce back after relegation. 391
Home hunt for saved kittens; BROMSGROVE Feline family found in children's wendy house. 257
Hugh and cry as shops go under; HIGH STREET: The rise of the supermarket has resulted in 'cloned towns. 300
Hunt for man over assaults. 102
I just thought about what the image of Christmas is to me and then drew it. 420
I want that one in Brum! 150
I'll beat my fear of flying on a wing and a prayer; TRANSPORT: Air steward Vickie's sky stunt helps conquer runway trauma. 391
Inside View: Future looks grim for Black Country as job chances dip. 350
Into the land of the dead; TSUNAMI: Police team relive the horror of identifying victims of the disaster. 690
It's ready, Freddie go for kids! CRICKET: Ashes victory sparks interest from children. 222
Jack High: Open and shut case as home stars ruled out. 361
Just a week back at home every month. 342
Karren Brady: If you can't live without the meat then you should lay off the bitchin. 451
Kinnock to open centre. 167
Legal team a class act on safety; GREAT BARR. 222
Lessons in their own language; EDUCATION: Children are being taught by the sound of their own voice. 303
Let's make Trax. 139
LICHFIELD: MP fights for county police. 137
LOZELLS : Students united in love of sport; Ethnic minorities 'kick out' divisions at popular boxing club. 282
Men spend it like Beckham. 120
More bins to tackle ice. 136
MOSELEY: U-turn over 'sit down; Protesters drop threat to blockade bulldozers. 381
MP: No winners in Lottery merger bill; SOLIHULL. 274
Mya Hunt. 81
No flagging spirits; FOOTBALL: Supporters nail their colours to the mast with giant flag plan. 405
Noisy parties cost a neighbour pounds 600; Singing so loud 'I couldn't even hear my own telly', magistrates told. 256
NORTHFIELD: Wooden spoon is a hit for kids; School couldn't be happier with wooden prize. 243
Nursery baby in custard scalding. 469
Nursery's custard scalded my little baby; Mum threatens legal action over accident. 440
OAP hit by bus fights for life. 84
Our Say. 198
Ozzy's delight at Royal seal of approval. 106
PERRY BARR: Site closure could result in job cuts; Councillor fears closure of landmark container base. 440
pounds 1,400? We'll drink to that; CHARITY. 192
Racing: Bayard to strike. 108
Racing: Lord set to answer punters' prayers. 104
REVIEW: Wonderful blend of harmonies. 203
Rugby Union: Bees look to take no chances. 344
Rugby Union: Lomu expects clean sweep. 211
Rugby Union: Moseley land award double; CELEBRATION: Beale's delighted with club recognition. 421
Rugby Union: Stourbridge chase action replay. 223
SALTLEY GATE: Restaurant plan for 'eyesore' pub; MP and traders say run-down site is blighting business area. 299
Sangers in administration. 151
See how the police work; CRIME. 155
Sex attack on city girl in street. 126
Sex charge a nightmare for me, says cleric; COURT: Bishop's aide feared 'horrendous' jail sentence, but knew he was innocent. 417
SHARD END: Smiling in the face of adversity; Clown delights tsunami children. 327
SHELDON: School joy at pool revamp. 178
SMETHWICK: Tidy work by town's team; Success claimed for clean-up operation. 135
SOLIHULL. 82
SOLIHULL: Pay up or stay in jail. 189
SOLIHULL: Praise for fitness campaign. 151
SOLIHULL: Vet praises volunteers. 304
Songwriting at its very best. 161
SQUASH Priory net a TV first on the web. 260
STAFFORD: New base on agenda. 110
STAFFORDSHIRE: Mercy merger 'will cost lives; Clinical excellence at risk, warns paramedic. 282
STAFFORDSHIRE: Police tail security vans to foil raiders; 'Follow That Van' initiative follows terrifying armed robberies. 247
Station's pounds 9m plan collapses. 185
Students take up K2 peak challenge; BARTLEY GREEN Climbing wall helps school raise money for WaterAid charity. 281
SUTTON COLDFIELD: Derek the Elvis dazzler. 121
SUTTON COLDFIELD: Reduction in crime figures. 105
TAMWORTH: Double drama for the Players. 85
TAMWORTH: Home cheer for Geoff. 143
Tennis Volleys: Charlotte flies the flag for Warwickshire. 315
Tragedy of cleared man. 285
Truancy: We are winning; EDUCATION: City head hits out at Whitehall blacklisting. 278
Vandals damage play area; KIDDERMINSTER. 130
Vet's praise for 'hero' volunteers; QUINTON. 392
WALSALL: pounds 5m savings to taxpayers; Council chiefs praised over choice of loans. 229
WALSALL: Stars of the show. 89
WALSALL: Through to finals. 154
WARLEY: Bachelor brother killed himself. 239
Warning over charity cash; TAX: Fears voluntary groups could miss out on VAT windfall. 266
WASHWOOD HEATH: Live the good life on green housing estate. 217
We nearly died in house blaze; ESCAPE: Pair trapped after fire deliberately started through letterbox. 404
Windfall for drier future; HAMPTON-IN-ARDEN Storage tank to stop flooding. 299
Winter warning on roads; ROAD SAFETY. 292
WOLVERHAMPTON: Search is on for beacon of beauty. 213
Woman's car driven off by thief. 156
Worries on police merger; YARDLEY. 189
YARDLEY: MP in call to families paid too much. 209
Yo u The Jury Let's hope Black Cats can change Villa's luck. 1298
Your Say: A matter of trust. 92
Your Say: Jewish girls not cut. 112
Your Say: Make 'em suffer. 89
Your Say: Remember When? 1969. 100
Your Say: Seasonal hike. 80
Your Say: Thanks to cabby. 107
Your Say: The rail alternative. 161
Your Say: Truncated paper. 102
Your Say: Water probe. 139
Your Shout: Robbo's not up to the right standard. 391

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