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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (October 21, 2005)

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'Lolly' patrol ranks in crisis. 320
'Stub it out' blitz. 81
12A rating for the new Potter. 87
A baby girl for MP's mistress; POLITICS: Leading city Lib Dem 'delighted. 177
Airbags go off in the fast lane. 453
Airbags go off in the fast lane; MOTORING: Couple fear for their lives on motorway. 402
ATHLETICS: Harriers Wright out of luck. 268
Axe for yellow peril; ROADS: Drivers' joy as chief pledges to review the city's miles of hated lines. 363
Baby girl for MP's mistress. 128
Beefing up funds for hospice. 122
Birmingham Mail comment: Our Say. 336
Black Country News: Fund-raiser with a bang; STOURBRIDGE: Fireworks show in aid of needy kids. 252
Black Country News: Gardens that look a picture; NETHERTON. 148
Black Country News: Honours night nears; WALSALL. 161
Black Country: Addict robber escapes prison; WEST BROMWICH. 152
Black Country: Burglar on run back in prison; TIPTON Persistent criminal caught in hunt. 263
Black Country: Cooking oil cancer fear. 193
Black Country: Disabled shoppers' windfall; pounds 50,000 for wheelchair scheme. 286
Black Country: Lemurs flying the flag; DUDLEY. 154
Black Country: Richard's design challenge; WALSALL. 134
Black Country: Singing praises of deal for OAPs; SANDWELL. 114
Black Country: Travel plans summit. 210
Black Country: Vandals target charity shop; BEARWOOD Baffled Acorns staff appalled by repeat attacks. 352
Blues score for workers. 236
Boom time for Aston Martin. 378
Booze vow over attacks on police. 183
BOXING: It's crunch time for Rutherford. 137
Brewer ale and hearty. 150
Cabbie attack. 104
Capital idea from Brum; TRADE: London plans its own convention centre. 265
Car collision death probe. 142
Care staff in clear on boy death. 131
Cat burglars clean up at charity shop. 194
Central City News: Casino to splash out; HURST STREET pounds 1.5m refurbishment at city club. 319
Central City News: Dream opportunity for Shakespeare kids; NECHELLS. 206
Central City News: Film's just the tonic for kids; NECHELLS Sick youngsters given introduction to hospital school. 285
Central City News: Fun time begins for hols kids; SMALL HEATH. 171
Central City News: Lucky Jen can tuck in; ASTON. 167
Central City News: Mandela is marvellous; SPARKBROOK Ofted's high marks for city school. 304
Central City News: Now parents can click with IT skills; BORDESLEY GREEN. 187
Central City News: Tribute to those who fought Nazis; SIKHS. 127
Chime is right, 226 years on; CHURCH: First peal of bells at St Paul's. 359
City salute to Nelson; HISTORY: Bells ring out to mark tribute celebrations. 148
City suited to Nelson; HISTORY: Naval hero's military regalia made in Brum. 214
Crashing blow as speedway plan rejected; SPORT: Greyhound stadium hopes are dashed. 302
Cricket: Bears move for Vettori. 288
Davis 'confident' - campaign chief. 225
Eastern promise. 134
Ethnic bias for young. 275
Experts to help. 102
Failing school 'will be better'. 281
Fighting for equality. 120
Football: Aaron has sights on home run. 501
Football: Agony to ecstasy for Kanu; ALBION: Ace puts World Cup woe behind him to try to lift team. 394
Football: Agony to ecstasy for Kanu; ALBION: Striker puts his World Cup nightmare behind him to try to lift team. 405
Football: Bakke's ready to take a hold; VILLA: Midfield ace Davis is too good to tie down says Eirik. 409
Football: Big Match SQUADS. 410
Football: Boss calls for more of the same. 304
Football: Bromsgrove facing tall order in Cup; NON-LEAGUE. 313
Football: City lose Bywater. 86
Football: Duo's Walsall boost. 220
Football: Gold: We will turn it around; BLUES: Chief confident struggling team will rise to challenge. 305
Football: Hod's plea to keep faith; Wolves determined to end Molineux misery and quell murmurs of discontent. 474
Football: Hughes setting sights on home run; VILLA: Talisman determined to launch assault on the Premiership with defeat of Wigan. 526
Football: Lambs seek to cash in. 233
Football: Lescott targets top flight. 382
Football: Merse: Blast me, not players. 350
Football: Moors dealt Sanders injury blow. 183
Football: Phillips: Forget about Blues. 258
Football: Phillips: Forget about Blues. 257
Football: Savage not on Bruce agenda. 338
Football: Savage not on Bruce's agenda. 342
Football: Savage not on Bruce's agenda. 407
Football: Trouble won't affect England game. 132
GOLF: Khan struggles. 106
GOLF: Pain in Spain. 123
Grass on bonfire nuisance; SAFETY: Firemen's spotter plea. 192
Homes rap for council chiefs. 272
Homes: Gardening: Gardening can be child's play. 233
Homes: Gardening: Open Gardens. 91
Homes: Gardening: This Week's Jobs. 102
Homes: Home Decor: Quick Fix; Short answers to tricky questions. 89
Homes: Home Decor: Top Tips. 99
Homes: Home Decor: Wake up your walls. 291
Homes: Spacious living for smaller families. 125
Homes: Wide choice of rates available by phone. 391
Homes: Wide choice of rates available by phone. 386
House blaze woman dies; Teenagers try to save 'kind' lady. 432
Hunt for wheely special model. 113
Inside View: Educate the inspectors. 243
Jailed over attack on love rival. 197
Joss song for robber brother. 157
Land Rover pay ballot. 351
Leaders urge calm before protests. 579
Leaders urge calm before protests; Keep it calm - police plea. 668
LIFE AND TIMES OF A LEGEND; MOTORING: Express progress for the '007' car firm as more workers are taken on. 140
Local News Extra: Bone up on your ancestors; LICHFIELD. 138
Local News Extra: Diner hit by animals demo. 225
Local News Extra: Forum on battle to cut crime; REDDITCH Police invitation to families. 193
Local News Extra: Workers digging in to help Hollie; CANNOCK Ground Force-style volunteers aim to make life rosier for disabled girl. 300
Lottery aid plea; CHARITY: Appeal for support. 232
Man punched to the ground. 120
Maureen Messent: A day for celebration. 143
Maureen Messent: Kids'd be fine if they didn't have parents. 359
Maureen Messent: PROTESTING TOO LOUDLY. 121
Maureen Messent: REAL MEN DON'T KEEP HOUSE. 85
Maureen Messent: SADDAM'S PARTNERS IN CRIME. 117
Motoring: 40 years of Transit. 82
Motoring: A few little helpers for dark nights. 210
Motoring: All-American mean machine hits streets. 270
Motoring: and the S8 is a showstopper, too. 133
Motoring: Classics price high at auction. 214
Motoring: Cute cabrio Micra's a hit. 553
Motoring: Five-star for Fiat. 91
Motoring: Go topless in San Tropez; YOUR ESSENTIAL WEEKLY MOTORING SECTION. 886
Motoring: Heritage Motor Centre opens up its archives. 188
Motoring: Impreza grows up. 629
Motoring: Jaguar put the XJ Diesel to the test. 191
Motoring: Kia smashes sales records. 205
Motoring: Off-road fun behind the wheel of BMW X3. 806
Motoring: Overhead charge threat to garages. 137
Motoring: Panda in demand. 129
Motoring: Safer on the roads. 112
Motoring: Tailgating fools drive me crazy; Road Rage John Lamb, a Press and PR Manager from Kenilworth, is married with two grown up children and drives more than 20,000 miles per year. 280
Motoring: UK sales boost for Land Rover. 168
Movies: Boy meets ghoul; TIM BURTON'S THE CORPSE BRIDE (PG). 255
Movies: Deep and meaningless; INTO THE BLUE (15) VERDICT: HHHII. 158
MP in alert over terror. 232
North City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 683
North City News: Cancer survivor backs campaign; SUTTON Woman who came through lump op will be in the pink for funds. 308
North City News: Drugs purge at pubs. 164
North City News: Fitness fans' fund-raiser; STECHFORD Fun day to raise cash for research. 314
North City News: MP in plea to tackle fly-tipping; ERDINGTON. 115
North City News: Residents' volley at tennis scheme; SUTTON Homeowners angry at plans for more courts, floodlights and cars. 339
North City News: School's back from the brink; Inspectors praise improvement since bad report. 260
North City News: Sky plunge Rachel has key of the door. 104
North City News: Text and email plan to fight litter louts; PERRY BARR. 191
On track for festive fun. 136
Paternity leave fury; EMPLOYMENT: Bosses warn against Labour's Bill. 257
Paul on track of top award. 183
Poison fears on holy water. 117
Police hunt child rapist; CRIME: Girl, 14, dragged into man's car and attacked. 279
Police name crash victim. 116
Police on streets over teen rape outrage. 262
Police seize cars in crushing blitz; CRIME: Thousands of vehicles with no insurance impounded in city crackdown. 308
Racing: Cheers! Shahin to take Greene King. 140
Racing: Cupid to strike. 164
Racing: Mate on course for Exeter. 260
RALLYING: No-risk policy. 105
Remember When? 1977 August. 94
Review: Hecklers beware; LEE MACK Station pub, Sutton Coldfield. 191
Review: Nun's fun tale; HOUSE OF DESIRES Birmingham School of Acting, Crescent Theatre. 238
Review: Smoke gets in your eyes; Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Irish Club, Digbeth. 151
Review: This milkman's magic; Fiddler on the roof Old Repertory Theatre. 145
Rugby Union: Bees look to sink Pirates. 354
Rugby Union: Nathan out to nail Esher jinx; Moseley winger is eager to notch his first win at Surrey club. 516
Rugby Union: Stour target capital gains. 255
Rugby Union: Warriors chief after Euro success. 122
Sick kids' zoo treat. 85
Snapping up prizes for 2006; NATURE: Best pictures for calendar. 250
Solihull News: 'Stolen' road signs auctioned on net; SOLIHULL Councillor hits out at sale of Victorian cast iron street names. 309
Solihull News: Appeal for help blooms; HENLEY IN ARDEN. 112
Solihull News: Edwina spurs on bike team; SOLIHULL. 182
Solihull News: Fears over vandal attacks on church; CRIME Warning after yobs leave trail of destruction at former place of worship. 363
Solihull News: Moving to a global beat; SOLIHULL. 153
Solihull News: Spooky around the ramparts; WARWICK CASTLE. 126
Solihull News: Students in celebration; COLLEGE Glitzy awards ceremony for graduates. 291
Solihull News: Youngsters in the scrum with stars; SOLIHULL Rugby course offers children the chance to get tips from professionals. 295
Solihull News: Youthful Euro thoughts; CONTEST. 191
South City News: 'Stolen' road signs auctioned on net; EDGBASTON Councillor hits out at sale of Victorian cast iron street names. 303
South City News: Just rewards for volunteers; NORTHFIELD Awards ceremony recognises community work. 237
South City News: Minibus gift for disabled group; BOURNVILLE. 138
South City News: Planning Applications. 109
South City News: Praise for former students; KINGS NORTON. 92
South City News: Sister act hopes to set the pace; YARDLEY. 201
South City News: Top award is cheer for city campus students; BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY. 203
South City News: Tribute to brave Chris; NORTHFIELD Football match to remember fireman. 288
South City News: Up, up and away to help cancer victims; SHELDON Fitness fanatics up for gym marathon to raise funds in memory of dad. 315
Stab burglar gets 13 years. 99
Staffordshire News: Army of volunteers give school a boost; STAFFORD. 182
Staffordshire News: Carers to get extra support; CARERS. 206
Staffordshire News: Movie makers; LICHFIELD. 83
Staffordshire News: Paying price of police 'success; STAFFORDSHIRE Force warns of another hike in charges. 275
Stargazers on launchpad. 90
The cycle of life; HEALTH: Football star Geoff Thomas supports ride for leukaemia. 226
Theatre: Live music to bring out best in dancers. 590
Theatre: Science fact. 102
Theatre: Youth group in witch hunt. 419
There's a real need to free up parking space. 338
Tornado destroyed our pub but, 3 months on, we're back in business; FIGHTING BACK: Landlord celebrates reopening - with a free drink for regulars. 360
Tribute to Gardens saviour. 182
UB40 pair write stuff for fans. 305
UB40 pair write stuff for fans. 248
Vandals attack charity shop. 168
Wage offer snubbed at Land Rover. 173
We're right rude mate! SURVEY: When it comes to a test of common courtesy, Brummies are bottom of the class. 246
What's On: 2-FOR-1 at the Sea Life centre. 221
What's On: A fireworks spectacular. 196
What's On: A Walk In The Park: Handsworth Park: Inner city oasis set for facelift. 430
What's On: All aboard the 3D Polar Express. 284
What's On: Behind The Mic; The Midlands' radio stars... revealed. 301
What's On: Cheap As Chips: Day-glo food a big turn-off; LIGHTWOODS FISH BAR Bearwood Road, Bearwood VERDICT: No stars. 187
What's On: Classical: Going back to her roots. 328
What's On: Clubs: Donor search for DJ. 365
What's On: Comedy: Book's no joke for comic Ken; Ken Dodd's Happiness variety show is back at the Birmingham Hippodrome for another three-night stint next week GRAHAM YOUNG reports. 639
What's On: Days Out: A tranquil look back at our city's industrial history; The next time you hear anybody putting Birmingham down, insist they visit Soho House. 736
What's On: Exhibitions: Vibe man Pato has music in his blood. 460
What's On: Folk: Double the fun for folk lovers. 387
What's On: Gay Life: Camping it up this weekend. 307
What's On: Insider gossip: Chewbacca passport joy. 336
What's On: Insider Gossip: Dannii set to hit road. 374
What's On: Jazz: New blood on stage. 212
What's On: Music: G-whizz, what a rapid rise to top. 386
What's On: Music: We've hung out with our heroes. 537
What's On: Music: WIN VIP tickets to see G4. 349
What's On: Music: Your Verdict; BLOC PARTY Carling Academy VERDICT HHHHI. 206
What's On: Music: Your Verdict; JOE BROWN AND MARTY WILDE Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham Reviewer: VERDICT HHHHI. 270
What's On: Pub Review: A hearty feed close to home; The Hamstead, Green Ln, Hamstead VERDICT: HHHHI. 401
What's On: Rambling: WILMCOTE & ASTON CANTLOW. 670
What's On: Restaurant Spy: San's service fault; PAUL FULFORD VISITS SAN CARLO, BIRMINGHAM VERDICT: HHHII. 403
What's On: Review: BROKEN FLOWERS (15 VERDICT: HHHII. 238
What's On: The big gig: The Boys are back; BACKSTREET BOYS. 248
What's On: The Big Movie: Make the most of it... this is the best half-term EVER at the cinema; Oscar-winner Thompson's delightful nanny tale leads the holiday family fun NANNY MCPHEE (U) VERDICT: HHHHI. 339
What's On: The Big Movie: Superdad Kurt's High and mighty; SKY HIGH (PG VERDICT: HHHHI. 378
What's On: Tribute night. 138
What's On: WIN Tickets to see Boys. 272
What's On: WIN VIP night at bingo. 432
What's On: Your 2 MINUTE guide to half-term. 668
Woman killed in house blaze; TRAGEDY Teenagers and passer-by try to save 'kind' lady. 491
Worcestershire News: Ghostly tricks a treat at museum; AVONCROFT. 168
Worcestershire News: Leisure centre upgrade; ALCESTER. 168
Worcestershire News: Taxi driver beaten in race hate attack; REDDITCH Police hunt thugs who hurled insults and punched a cabbie. 230
Wreath and church bells. 113
You Say: Costly lessons. 157
You Say: Danger in lack of speed. 181
You Say: Danger in lack of speed. 87
You Say: Fuss about nothing. 131
You Say: Now and then. 123
You Say: Rooftop holidays. 166
You Say: Tragic unity. 87
Your Shout: Blues too slow over signings. 235
Your Shout: DAVID O'Leary and Doug Ellis. 98

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