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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (November 4, 2005)

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'Buried' cemetery set to come alive; COMMUNITY: Overgrown graveyard given a makeover by offenders. 229
'Crazy' justice; Speeding mum gets the same punishment as the driver who killed her dad. 302
'Pudsey pests' prey on donors; CRIME: Alert on Children in Need. 353
. . and Babu the panda's back home. 210
1,000 FREE flights. 356
A new year begins; RELIGION: Hindus celebrate. 297
A Walk In The Park : Rural gem just across the border; GRAHAM YOUNG VISITS WEST SMETHWICK PARK Birmingham is home to more parks and open spaces than anywhere else in the country. Equally, just across its borders in places like Sandwell, lie other gems, too. For more information about Birmingham's parks visit 418
ASBO for threat to kill man. 126
Assault? You are having a larf, aintcha. 242
ASTON: Pitches in park boost. 149
ATHLETICS: Chastened Birchfield are forced to watch. 472
BALSALL HEATH: New event is flipping great. 182
BALSALL HEATH: The great outdoors. 179
BASKETBALL: I have a lot to learn - Harker. 304
BILSTON: Thieves prompt warning. 158
Boardroom pay a gender offender; SALARIES: Women directors lagging pounds 17,000 behind, warns IoD survey. 273
Bollywood Scene: Hubbies in hot water. 138
Bollywood Scene: Now Showing. 182
Boon for companies as red tape slashed. 100
Boy injured by firework. 81
Brit food wows East Europeans. 132
Brits pick and mix their hols. 119
BROMSGROVE: Private landlords' meeting. 143
BURCOT: David's forging a future - at smithy; Redundant MG Rover worker fired by new ambition. 336
Buses' top decks to close at night; Top decks of buses may be sealed off. 356
Buyers vie for Chase properties. 202
Call to bring back Council House cat; PESTS: Mice have taken over city HQ since Brummie the mouser retired. 258
CHASETOWN: Gridlock alert for cup clash; Walk to historic football tie, police urge fans. 295
Chat peril in fast lane. 236
City uni a screen pioneer. 112
Clubs: Boys can mix it with the best. 319
Clubs: Search for best pals. 125
Clubs: Zane hits the decks. 224
Collymore fined for cop row. 138
CORPORATION STREET: Knit's the latest kids' craze. 170
DAMSONWOOD: Schoolgirl in quake appeal; Laura, 9, starts fund-raiser for disaster victims. 352
Days Out: Celebrations will light skies; It's the 400th anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot tomorrow Graham Young lights the blue touch paper for this weekend's events. 908
Dragnet widens for rail arsonist; TRANSPORT: Chaos for up to ten days, Midland travellers warned. 337
DROITWICH: Witness plea on shop raid. 132
ERDINGTON: D-Day soon for Rookery House. 226
ERDINGTON: MP backs new rights for shop staff. 121
Every day, 10 families are left to grieve; ROADS: Memorial service. 343
Fare dodgers are caught out; CRIME Travel chiefs 'name and shame' rail rogues. 314
Fare dodgers are caught out; CRIME Travel chiefs 'name and shame' rail rogues. 374
Fare dodgers caught out; CRIME Travel chiefs 'name and shame' rail rogues. 454
Fears for missing pensioner. 102
Festival blitz on parking. 278
Film: Box office boomtime. 162
Film: It's no fairytale ending; THE BROTHERS GRIMM VERDICT: HHIII. 303
Firmin aims to button up MoD; CONTRACT: Brum's oldest firm in line to supply military insignia. 263
Firms set to beat traffic; TRANSPORT: Bosses to get advice on travel plan. 329
Firms set to beat traffic; TRANSPORT: Bosses to get advice on travel plan. 340
Firms set to beat traffic; TRANSPORT: Bosses to get advice on travel plan. 332
Follow firework code to stay safe. 139
Football: Baggies out of cash. 181
Football: Bennett: Things will be different this time. 206
Football: Bruce: Don't judge me yet. 226
Football: Bruce: Don't judge me yet; Bruce plea to Blues critics BLUES: Boss insists squad will be back to full strength after the international break. 670
Football: Cameron sets out new goals. 375
Football: Charlie so busy in the media spotlight; FA CUP PREVIEW. 347
Football: Cooper plays surprise card in search of shock. 296
Football: Family affair for Bruce. 231
Football: Grainger to talk radio. 84
Football: James homes in for victory; Milner urges his Villa team-mates to turn the jeers into cheers. 431
Football: Jody's tough talking. 229
Football: Kid's stuff suits boss. 185
Football: Let's get boss smiling again; Albion striker Kanu wants to put things right against West Ham. 365
Football: Mac: I was a success. 113
Football: Mac: I was a success. 177
Football: Mellberg: Let's go to work. 334
Football: Merse: I won't quit if we lose; Saddlers boss vows to stay on if Welsh minnows cause an upset. 423
Football: No regrets over Lee; Sullivan insists deal was done until fans scuppered Bowyer move. 373
Football: Robbo: Time to get nasty; Baggies boss wants his players to demand more of each other. 444
Football: Robinson cleared of abuse charge. 225
Football: Samuel blow for Trinidad. 257
Football: Sorry Pennant episode now closed. 227
Football: Spot-on Blues grab a piece of history; Season's curtain-raiser at St Andrew's sees the first ever FA Cup penalty shoot-out LAST season's FA Cup Final between Manchester United and Arsenal was the first to end with a penalty shoot-out. But the competition's first ever shoot-out took place 33 years earlier, at St Andrew's. BRIAN HALFORD looks back. 571
Football: United fail in bid for Dyer; NON-LEAGUE. 247
Football: Villa duo to pay the price for mistakes; O'Leary wielding the axe. 438
Football: We'll be in race - Hod; Boss believes Wolves will put together a promotion run. 420
Gardening: Alpine wonders. 297
Gardening: This Week's Jobs. 86
Gardening: Three Ways To Bring birds into your garden. 93
Gay Life: Explosive fun this weekend. 249
Gift idea is a real glass act. 222
Girls show off skills; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 178
Golf: Anthony's joy at new lease of life; How a Warwickshire player fought back from kidney failure to inspire his club. 652
Guilty charge for evil killers; Drug addict pair stabbed pensioner Guilty of killing man, 76. 416
Hit-run man lifted car off his victim. 418
HODGE HILL: MP makes police plea. 177
Home Decor: Keep out the winter chills. 188
Home Decor: Quick Fix Short answers to tricky questions. 90
Homes: Elegance in abundance; Superbly appointed with taste and style. 443
Homes: Special deal on luxury penthouse apartment. 253
Homes: Time for growers to go organic. 143
Hunt for boys missing in sea; SEARCH: Teen friends swept off rocks by wave in bad weather. 168
I'm missing my lovely daughter; CRIME: Mum pays tribute to tragic murder victim found dead in flat. 324
Improvement praise; QUINTON. 177
Inside View: A pal who's worse than an enemy. 333
It won't solve things, say bus passengers. 335
It won't solve things. 248
It's a burning issue. 85
Job claimant 'boasted of rape charge. 270
Joy for Iraq trial soldier; COURT MARTIAL: Para death charge thrown out. 275
Kanu to bring back smiles. 268
Killer addicts face life in jail; CRIME: Murderers targeted OAP over rumours of stashed cash. 344
Lad maimed by firework; WARNING: City boy loses finger and is badly burned. 249
Launch's high hopes; SOLIHULL. 169
Light blue touchpaper. 179
Little Shae and mum 'thankful. 117
Live Reviews: Flying high on the dancefloor; MYLO Birmingham Carling Academy VERDICT: HHHII. 214
Live Reviews: How opera should be performed; THE BARBER OF SEVILLE Birmingham Hippodrome. 149
Live Reviews: Mozart lit up autumn evening; CBSO Symphony Hall VERDICT: HHHII. 144
Maureen Messent: Caught in her cups. 108
Maureen Messent: Rail booze ban is plain barmy. 165
Maureen Messent: Tell sisters it's a new dawn. 123
Maureen Messent: Time to forgive those who just could not fight. 380
Mercy mission from Midlands; EARTHQUAKE RELIEF: Helicopters handed over for devastated Pakistan's relief effort. 221
MG Rover still something to Believe in. 257
Motors: Ban women from roads; Road Rage Bill Bohanna is managing director of Aquila TV Ltd on Broad Street, Birmingham. 259
Motors: Building on big success; The Mail is among the first to test the new Mazda MX5 Handling was just brilliant. 950
Motors: Hot hatch is valuable. 366
Motors: Hyundai's new look. 105
Motors: New Murano's features shine. 110
Motors: Peugeot plans an upgrade. 384
Music: Elvis really is the tops. 124
Music: New sound as five piece slims to duo. 287
Music: Rizzi puts on the style for classic. 140
Net closes in on thugs; CRIME: Police follow up new leads after ambush sprang prisoner from custody. 348
New bus routes joy after big cash boost; TRANSPORT Passengers in West Midlands to benefit from a pounds 20m investment. 292
New Deal cash blow; WEST BROMWICH. 201
New focus on conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot. 283
New homes joy for Rover blow estate; HOUSING: New life for run-down area. 281
New spark of life for old foundry; HERITAGE: Bid for pounds 8m to restore listed landmark. 376
Nurse in tribute to tragic Abigail. 346
OAP, 92, killed in car smash. 161
OLTON: Couple left with a sinking feeling; Dream party in ruins. 357
Our Say. 294
Parking pests pose a problem, says council. 140
Pirate radio DJ could be jailed; COURTS: Man admits running station involved in illegal broadcasts. 366
Please Sir, can we have some more; ENTERTAINMENT: Starring roles at city theatre for talented young wannabes. 257
Police plea over murder of dad. 104
Pop: Greg's back with a fresh new sound. 585
Pop: Rocker Alice plans to take a lead role. 433
Pop: What would the kids say Madonna. 234
Pop: WIN backstage pass for Liberty X. 358
Pop: Your Verdict A stunning performance; TOM VEK Birmingham Academy 2, Tues Oct 25. 187
Pop: Your Verdict Sparks will fly for Kitten Liz. 81
pounds 1bn on 'binned' Xmas. 169
Pupils' valuable lessons; SHARD END. 161
Racing: Brilliance ready to make his mark. 106
Remember When? November 1963. 105
Remember, remember; BONFIRE NIGHT: Buses laid on as visitors' parking banned near city's Guy Fawkes spectacular. 359
Restaurant Spy: Little gem offers fine classic dishes; PAUL FULFORD VISITS NATHANIEL'S IN MOSELEY VERDICT: HHHHI. 472
Restaurant Spy: Quantity, but mixed quality; Cheap As Chips TIKA TIKA Broad Street, Birmingham VERDICT: HHIII. 137
Reviews: Better than X; MADELEINE PEYROUX Warwick Arts Centre. 186
Reviews: Galileo magnifico; THE LIFE OF GALILEO Birmingham Rep. 166
Road death horror costs friend pounds 750; CRIME: Fine for driver who fell asleep and crashed. 242
Road price trial will not use satellites. 150
Rocking Robbie's short secret's out; OUT AND ABOUT Hard Rock springs unexpected 'revelation' about pop heart-throb Eye On Broad Street. 339
Rugby Union: Bees take nothing for granted. 355
Rugby Union: Charvis aware of All Blacks threat. 169
Rugby Union: Moseley eye cup pointer; Coach: Form book goes out of the window. 386
Rugby Union: Stour's double delight. 258
Rugby Union: Veteran covers missing skipper. 191
SANDWELL: Superhospital plan delayed; 'Revised' scheme sets back public consultation. 309
SELLY OAK: Students making my life a misery; War veteran suffering sleepless nights blamed on noisy girls. 336
Shame of bloated children; OBESITY: Midlands third worst. 189
Showbiz : Depp's pirate ship sets sail; Insider Gossip. 286
Smiling Assassin ends jet-set perks; POLITICS: Council travel chief cuts luxury in favour of no-frills flights for members. 243
Snow way to behave. 112
Sofia so good for British property buyers. 93
SOLIHULL: Pupils' Africa aid plea. 160
SOLIHULL: Shops visits in blitz over fireworks. 192
Split site library plan is still on. 118
STAFFORD: Ramblers wanted. 96
STAFFORD: TV star's wild date. 95
STAFFORDSHIRE: Shock figures spark warning for pupils. 240
Start-up business fillip for riot zone. 206
STIRCHLEY: Plea for stars this Christmas; South City News. 184
Strike D-day for firemen; DISPUTE: Ballot closes for Midland industrial action. 256
Study aims to get to grips with debt crisis. 216
SUTTON: Carl is booked for shop. 107
Switch on to our Christmas lights handout - power firm. 210
Switch on to our Christmas lights handout - power firm. 212
Teachers threaten pay action. 139
Telly licence fee 'just a poll tax. 214
Theatre: Alfred role like an old pal to Russ. 408
Theatre: Get me to the show on time; FactFile Happy to be in top musical. 683
Theatre: Luvverly star role for Amy; Amy plans assault on album charts. 511
Theatre: Plenty of laughs in store as 'body' loses its grip on the part; Amateur Stage. 417
Tributes to Abby. 81
Tributes to crash death cricket fan. 357
Undercover cops in booze mission; PUBS Police move to catch landlords trading without new licences. 298
Walk like an Ancient Egyptian. 161
WALSALL: Campaign joy as merger scrapped; Health trusts abandon link-up, but protesters fight on. 327
Warning over bogus builders; WALSALL. 172
We'll make sure Eid is cooking with gas; RELIGION: Work suspended so families can feast at end of Ramadan. 273
What's On: A new look at skills of a potter. 224
What's On: Behind The Mic; The Midlands' radio stars... revealed PUNAM VERMA, RADIO WM. 462
What's On: Dancing diggers strut their stuff. 477
What's On: Exhibitions: Focus on the rise of Black Arts movement. 202
What's On: Folk: Get up close and personal with Van. 195
What's On: Pub Review: Inventive and tasteful menu. 590
What's On: Special screening for charity. 136
What's ON: The Big Movie: Orlando's voyage of self-discovery. 465
Why I am facing up to hepatitis; CAMPAIGN: Photographer's own image used in show to highlight how a virus has no boundaries. 224
WIN Banks's Bitter. 139
WIN free films for a YEAR. 375
WINSON GREEN: Superhospital talks stalled by rethink; Hold-up before consultatation period over future of City Hospital. 299
Woman finds a bomb in garden. 112
WOOTTON WAWEN: Church is praying for cash. 263
WORCESTERSHIRE: Council to rule on mobile phone masts. 157
Youngsters centre stage with divas. 110
Your Say: City's heartbeat. 101
Your Say: Driven off the rails. 99
Your Say: I don't want BBC. 116
Your Say: Mail was right to use girl's picture. 192
Your Say: Mail was right to use girl's picture. 87
Your Say: Play sites mystery. 110
Your Say: Who'll police ban. 208
Your Shout: Bargain bin players won't save anyone. 94
Your Shout: Reader's letter. 87
Your Shout: Reader's letter. 110
Your Shout: Reader's letter. 130
Your Shout: Reader's letter. 88

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