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

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Agency chief returns. 109
Agony of the mercy crews; CRIME: Paramedic poster fights back against violent patients. 330
Agony of the mercy crews; CRIME: Paramedic poster fights back against violent patients. 291
And it's goodnight from him; SHOWBIZ: Tributes flow in as TV favourite Ronnie Barker dies, aged 76. 457
Anger as vandals hit speed camera; It's been a life-saver, say families. 284
Arresting sight at Cop Idol. 125
ASTON: Drum beat for reggae. 335
BADMINTON: Fontaine a stunner. 312
Baggies ace backs campaign; SANDWELL. 127
BASKETBALL: Doubts rising over Kashien; Dispute with Mexican club may end Latham's stay at Bullets. 347
Bearing fruit. 85
Big flap ordered over pigeon pest; SANDWELL Patrols to urge people not to feed birds as tide of filth engulfs town. 279
BLACKHEATH: Road to tackle jams misery; Joy as pounds 1m bypass is finished six weeks ahead of schedule. 288
Blue and pink combine well. 118
Bosses on bug charge; WALSALL. 126
BOURNVILLE: Warning to OAPs. 109
BRANDWOOD: New park has a sporting chance; Boost to quality of life for families with regeneration scheme. 187
BROMSGROVE: pounds 6m for facelifts. 83
Brum leads cancer war; HEALTH: Hi-tech colour scanner for QE patients. 367
CANNOCK: Pirate films seized in car boot raids; 'Hired hands' admit trading in counterfeit DVDs and CDs. 392
CANNOCK: Scouts on the lookout. 96
CAREERS: How you could guard the stars; Follow in Hollywood hero's footsteps with bodyguard course. 322
CASTLE BROMWICH: Birthday bash for village hall. 126
CASTLE BROMWICH: Thugs booted out by teens; Dynamic young duo drive vandals from derelict home. 338
CHELMSLEY WOOD: Home lifeline for club. 179
CHELMSLEY WOOD: Popular club is given new base. 223
CHURCH HILL: Talks over school links. 112
City centre: Hotel fun time is in the bag; Activity packs hold the key to beat boredom. 281
City centre: Islamic expertise. 179
CITY CENTRE: New base for law firm. 122
CITY CENTRE: pounds 463,000 a life-saver. 153
City Centre: Shy men needed to go the whole way. 124
CITY CENTRE: Youngsters with talent hit stage. 406
City OAPs 'deserve best care; BIRMINGHAM: Minister hands out pounds 34m. 264
College is rising from the ashes; School Of The Week Perry Beeches Technology College, Great Barr. 342
CRICKET: Pietersen in awe. 130
CRICKET: Pretorius on way out at Bears. 354
Doc has a mountain to climb; KINGSTANDING. 171
Drivers in safety alert. 255
EDGBASTON: Families 'face lorry menace; Councillor in warning over 'super hospital' site. 308
ERDINGTON: Disaster hero Roy is blazing a trail; Firefighter gets bravery award for saving lives hit by tsunami. 365
ERDINGTON: Safe base sought for scooters. 205
EVESHAM: Lording it costs pounds 7,500; Peerages sale. 379
Ex-Blues star is facing jail. 156
Family life: Ask Alan My girl has got asthma; Answering your child health queries. 367
Family life: Ask Fiona - I want to escape my dull husband. 537
Family life: Chipper Club - WIN a host of Barbie goodies. 447
Family life: Extra learning helped our kids. 541
Family life: Get your skates on for Disney on Ice at the NIA. 289
Family life: I was having my Ozzy Osbourne moments... dozy and spaced out; HEALTH: How the Davies family pulled together to beat mum's breast cancer. 1890
Family life: Learn to say no, parents are warned. 175
Family life: Meet the Family Life team. 235
Family life: Real cost of school run. 200
Family life: Secretly, I adore all the attention; Mum To Be Alison Handley counts the days. 383
Family life: Small Talk; Children from Alcott Hall Primary School in Chelmsley Wood tell us their favourite sportspeople. 135
Family life: Study eve ry day is recipe for success; EDUCATION: Still going strong after 50 years, K Kumon is the international success story where pupils take it a little step at a time. 768
Family life: Ultimate workout. 296
family life: When cancer strikes at the family's heart; HEALTH: The shockwaves caused by a deadly illness. 193
Family life: Would you let your child have a tattoo; The Big Question Every week, we're on the streets seeking YOUR views on a moral dilemma. Today, Catherine Lillington asks. 250
Fire clean-up Asda be a kind gesture; DARLASTON. 205
FOOTBALL : Injury trouble eases at Villa; O'Leary hopeful to see four stars back for St Andrew's showdown. 414
Football: Ace Owen out to lead rescue act. 309
Football: Adams seeks new signings. 121
Football: Albion crash again; BLACKBURN RES 2 ALBION RES 0. 134
Football: Aluko Blues bonus; BLUES RES 0 MIDDLESBRO RES 2. 99
Football: Aluko is a bonus; BLUES RES 0 MIDDLESBORO RES 2. 105
Football: Baggies waiting on Gera fitness. 166
Football: Bruce is eyeing Nathan. 290
Football: Chris could be England No1; FOOTBALL: Poland's legendary keeper backs Albion ace to be best. 448
Football: Clemence no longer waiting in the wings; Clem's not a wide boy. 626
Football: Double act is a tonic; BOLTON RES 0 VILLA RES 4. 176
Football: Injuries hamper Redditch cup bid; NON-LEAGUE. 197
Football: Kirkland should be the No.1; FOOTBALL: Poland's legendary keeper tips Albion ace for England. 474
Football: Maik calms Blues fears; Ace keeper dismisses back surgery speculation. 471
Football: Moxey's hopeful on Miller; Promotion could keep striker at Molineux, says chief executive. 366
Football: O'Leary handed Villa injury boost; Villa injury boost for O'Leary Manager's spirits lifted as Baros leads recovery effort ahead of Blues showdown. 434
Football: Player of the month (September; The Mail writers reveal their star men. 521
Football: Robbo sad at dismal effort; BLACKBURN RES 2 ALBION RES 0. 194
Football: Roper fitness fight angers boss. 222
Football: Whelan backing Fergie. 225
Football: Wolves' midfield targets. 253
Girl, 14 in sex attack. 162
GREETS GREEN: Street wardens help OAPs. 159
HALESOWEN: Pupils in swing for U.S. contest. 266
HANDSWORTH: Mum targets 50 Cent's gun game; Rap superstar 'glamorising violence', says campaigner. 416
HEDNESFORD: Push the button to foil criminals. 167
HOCKEY: Olton's recovery. 165
IMI's pounds 20m Japan deal; BUY-OUTS: City engineer swoops for valve-maker. 255
Inside View: Pensions: It's time to do the right thing. 355
Jack HIGH: George put on a Bold front to claim third title. 417
Karren Brady: If a woman has the ability, why not let her compete with the men. 427
KINGS NORTON: Chloe has acting role rapped up; Talented TV teenager is now set to be centre stage. 348
KNOWLE: Karen is a winner in business. 249
LADYWOOD: Plans to brighten up city reservoir; Multi-million pound blueprint to transform derelict space. 267
Law 'doesn't make us safe. 127
LDV goes to the Max. 151
LICHFIELD: Charity booster. 93
Light work for players; WALSALL. 111
LODE LANE: Angry MEP is selling up; Tory fails to stop flats built near cottage. 242
Mall shoppers in for a treat. 232
Man held in swoop at home; CRIME: Families witness scenes 'like in Beirut. 363
Mayors' backing in OAP campaign; SAVINGS: Societies join together to boost secure retirement for pensioners. 306
Mystery surrounds death of schoolboy. 245
NECHELLS: Family wins a reprieve; Eviction delayed 6 months after court hearing. 258
New BT contract boost for Carillion. 85
New local editions for YOUR area. 614
No room for city's inns; LEISURE: Hard to believe, but Birmingham fails to get a single mention in top pub guide. 344
Normal service is resumed. 202
Our Say. 325
PEBWORTH: Village scoops the best marks in county contest. 148
Pensioner murder charge. 94
Plea over speeding traffic. 369
pounds 20m savings on hospital spending; WORCESTERSHIRE 'Menu' of options for the shake-up of health services. 316
pounds 34m windfall earmarked for OAP centres. 247
pounds 4m cancer centre open. 92
Pupils have spring in their step. 93
QUINTON: Praise for move to cut youth crime. 206
Racing: Jalldee on for a hat-trick. 116
Racing: Notts landing for Princelet. 112
Rail job is right on track. 121
REDNAL: Merc pub sale was a real steal. 389
REDNAL: Merc pub sale was a real steal. 338
Remember When? March 1967. 102
Reunited... after a family row kept us apart for 50 years; Forget the car . . . it's time to walk to school TURN TO. 542
ROUGHLEY: Harrow-ing complaints wreck pub's late drinks bid. 112
RUGBY UNION: Bees warned of tough test; Maynard expects close battle in National One visit to Exeter. 437
RUGBY UNION: Home advantage. 132
RUGBY UNION: Mitchell makes most of break. 140
RUGBY UNION: Smith happy on top. 223
RYTON: Fears after pet cockerel stolen. 234
School in shock over cook's death; Pupils mourn cook. 350
She was a smashing, full-of-life young girl; FAMILY: Tributes for city teenager who drowned on holiday. 348
SHELDON: Joy for cyclists. 101
Showcase for town history; TIPTON Acclaimed team has designs on a heritage centre. 301
Silence over health boss; HEALTH: Probe outcome riddle over chief under fire for award of contract work. 313
Simply divine food; DUDLEY. 129
SOLIHULL: Carolyn picked for teaching role. 109
SOLIHULL: Fight over threat to 'historic' hall; Row over merit of listing building facing axe from developers. 504
SOLIHULL: Malc's mission of mirth; Comic's pounds 5,000 for charity. 263
SOLIHULL: On the crIme beat. 169
SOLIHULL: Student Portrait set to shine on TV; Film maker shortlisted for award clinches big break from BBC. 363
SQUASH: Revenge mission. 151
STAFFORD: Disabled loo is drugs den; Addicts are using special key to get into toilets. 374
STAFFORD: Hearty welcome for Anne. 113
STAFFORDSHIRE: Cigs sold to shopper,14. 197
Stars back animals campaign. 142
SUTTON COLDFIELD: MP in talks on revamp; Town centre set for makeover. 383
Sword killer given third life sentence. 311
Teen boys left hurt by hit and run driver. 131
Teenager whose quick thinking allowed veteran to rest in peace; FAMILY: Top award for youngster after he raised alarm to save pensioner. 314
Tennis VOLLEYS: Siviter and sons lead Priory's victory charge. 322
There's no tairst like a local brew; TIPTON East, west, ours are best - pub pals. 560
Tide turning, says Severn Trent. 95
Walk tonic for children. 246
Wartime bomb near rail line. 105
WARWICK ROAD: Just the business as firm in finals for top award. 175
We never know what to expect on 999 calls. 180
WEST HEATH: Charity cops are all stars to us. 162
Winners a good bet; INVESTMENT: Money pouring into AIM, says expert. 305
Wolves launch survival battle; WOLVERHAMPTON. 160
WOODEAVES: Bus axe 'far too sudden. 244
YARDLEY: A picture of young talent A picture of; Pupils are top of the class with art project. 328
YARDLEY: Focus on black history. 189
Yobs strangle birds on Lakes; WITTON: Report highlights attacks on swans, ducks and geese. 273
You The Jury: ALBION. 208
You The Jury: ALBION. 172
You The Jury: Unlucky Blues showed enterprise at Highbury; BLUES. 177
You The Jury: VILLA. 188
You The Jury: VILLA. 234
You The Jury: WOLVES. 187
You The Jury: WOLVES. 219
Your Say: Brigade spirit is so low. 166
Your Say: Early sweeper. 110
Your Say: Learning control. 91
Your Say: Long way down. 167
Your Shout: Reader's letter. 128
Your Shout: We're heading for a dogfight. 121

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