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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (October 6, 2005)

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178,000 died in devastation. 159
40 jobs up for grabs; WOLVERHAMPTON. 125
Action on tip abuse; OLDBURY. 151
Advice is on offer; KINGS HEATH. 97
Ali fundraiser is a real knockout; EDGBASTON: The Greatest's poem hooks buyer to boost local health centre. 325
Appeal to Czech out new 'home. 194
ATHLETICS : Unity is key for leader. 230
Aynuk and Ayli hitting the road. 104
Backing for health plan; ALUM ROCK: Fight to stop store bid for derelict land. 274
Balfour Beatty dumps Brum. 157
Basketball: Jeff tipped to bond with fans; New recruit is Bullets' secret weapon - with a licence to thrill. 501
Battle for schools; EDUCATION: Comprehensives 'under threat from Blair's city academies'. 231
Bobby Dazzlers. 280
Borough is caught on camera; BLYTHE VALLEY. 150
Bowled over for charity. 112
Boy's ordeal in street; REDDITCH. 146
Bureau battles on; CHELMSLEY WOOD. 152
Campus unveiled to public; SMITH'S WOOD. 150
Car allowances dubbed miserly; FUEL COSTS: Expert blasts taxman's approach to company vehicles. 298
Cash course in cycling; CHARITY. 111
Celebrating Christ; ST PHILIP'S. 118
Chance for say in health row; HEALTH: Views invited over plans to house psychiatric patients. 346
Chatroom girl flees with older man. 469
Chatroom girl hunt; FAMILY: Fears teen may have run off with older man she met through the internet. 205
Chief hopes for students. 189
Child abuse pilot jailed; LICHFIELD. 177
City council vows to fight moneylenders. 177
College opens doors to public; COLLEGE. 145
Controversial car park set to expand; LICHFIELD. 217
CRICKET: Air-tight security vow for England. 145
Cricket: Pollock: We need something special. 444
CRICKET: Skipper must be role model; Bears coach sets out the qualities needed for his new team leader. 372
Crime blitz on the buses. 210
Criminals at risk of big shock; STAFFORDSHIRE: Police given new stun guns. 234
Cycling in safety; CHELMSLEY WOOD. 128
Dangers of the internet. 104
Dee in tune for a tenor; MIDDLETON Female opera singer helps plug male gap. 254
Don't knock the old knock-knock joke; Sutton Coldfield. 111
Families tear strip off Monty critics; SEDGLEY: Anger as saucy theatre show is forced out of town by protesters. 454
Family's shooting terror. 240
Fan has last word over Ali's poem; HANDSWORTH: Delight as legend's handwritten message is bought for pounds 4,500. 332
Food and art on menu; HANBURY. 145
Football: 'Tap-up' regrets on Cole. 130
Football: Blues winger makes loan move to Iron. 179
Football: Gerrard England warning. 303
Football: Grainger date for cash boost; Stars ready to turn out for ex-Blues defender's testimonial game. 517
Football: Hurt Mac is massive loss - ace. 384
Football: I'm Ina mood to quit Albion; Japanese ace admits he's desperate for first-team football. 433
FOOTBALL: I'm not Ina good mood; Albion star is desperate for first-team football. 415
FOOTBALL: I've got chance to say goodbye; BLUES: Grainger getting star treatment for St Andrew's testimonial. 513
Football: Injured Mac's a big loss. 183
Football: Izzet gets ready for take-off in Villa shoot-out; BLUES: Muzzy's fitness boost ahead of his first Brum derby. 519
Football: Jenas target. 95
Football: Kenny in Republic battlecry. 241
Football: Merson: We have to improve quickly. 196
Football: Miller: I'm happy at Molineux. 395
Football: Murray given fitness boost; Wolves goalkeeper is ready for return to training after all-clear. 481
Football: Muzzy ready for take-off. 372
Football: Osborn wants the full works. 344
Football: Paul's Wales dream. 285
Football: Players letting Robson down; Albion star is desperate to do his bit as pressure mounts on boss. 379
Football: Ridgewell injury is no worry. 424
Football: Smith success is no surprise. 160
Football: Sven's teaching me how to succeed. 487
Gary Newbon: You bet it's in bad taste. 546
Girl Talk: Derby clash lacking fire. 404
Glad tidings on conifer front; WEOLEY CASTLE. 131
Golf: Campbell in plea to US stars. 198
Gran fears falling trees are adanger; BRANDWOOD: Council blamed for branch fall which destroyed garden fence. 309
Gym fixes it for JMC students. 249
Halfords on the road to success; INDUSTRY: Midland car parts retailer posts a 4.7 per cent rise in sales. 287
Helping hand for the 'go it alones' Six talented Urban Dreamers given chance of a lifetime. 419
HIV? You have just been had; BUSINESS: Disease alert is a fake. 237
Hockey HITS: It's a home from home as Aldridge target promotion. 349
Hoodie hunt police make plea to public. 161
Hospital hit by new bug claims; DROITWICH. 147
How we thanked tsunami villagers who saved our lives. 509
Hunt for 'dying' Winnie's family; Friends' race against time for stroke victim. 650
I can't even go to the shop 50 yards away; FAMILY: Mum's life wrecked by fear of open spaces. 493
I'm no hero, I just jumped in and pulled out the boy. I don't even know his name; RESCUE: Brave dad rescues teenager from waterfall during trip to China. 404
I've had a week I want to forget; Council chief rushed to hospital after blacking out His car engine blows up in fast lane of motorway. 336
Inside View : Is it the cry of Tory dinosaurs or Humpty Dumpty. 311
It's the greatest for inspiration; EDGBASTON Poem by boxing champ Ali sells for pounds 4,500 to city charity worker. 327
Jobs: Holiday in sun turned into business dream. 333
Jobs: Interview questions you may be asked. 94
Jobs: There are no boundaries. 210
Landmark in full flow again; ERDINGTON: Spy cameras trained on vandal-hit fountain. 292
Lawyer's plea for work row reform. 260
Lifeline for social club; CHELMSLEY WOOD. 174
Love Rat of the Year? That's me; The city MP who's aiming to to be the best of a 'dirty dozen. 264
M&S dancing 'a waste of money; SHOPPING Customers have no time for team-building lessons at NEC. 549
Managers moving in. 83
Memories lost forever; CAMPAIGN: Stroke victim mum in fight for scans. 429
Minister praises city's heritage. 144
MP blasts poverty scandal; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Rap for Europe policy. 281
MP stands up for manufacturing; POLITICS. 150
Net gain for abused women. 169
New local editions for YOUR area. 698
New study takes fight to cancer. 192
NightLife: Ask The DJ; METRO AREA. 194
NightLife: DJ Mickey's the marathon man; Clubs. 350
NightLife: FREE pint for every reader. 130
NightLife: Name that bar lounge. 83
NightLife: Our Choice. 191
NightLife: Pick Of The Pubs. 241
NightLife: Sharleen searches her soul; The Big Gig: TEXAS Tonight, Carling Academy Birmingham. Tickets pounds 25, from 0870 771 2000. 269
NightLife: Spin City: Fugees back after 7 years. 290
NightLife: We're taking aim at Robbie; Music. 341
NightLife: You'll get a buzz out of this joint; Bar Review BAR ROOM BAR. 410
NightLife: Your Nightlife team. 136
NightLife: Your Nights Out; Heading out with your mates tonight? Well we want to come too. Email your party photos to and include name of venue and those pictured. We'll print the best every Thursday. 86
NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Taylor's double rescues Borough. 334
Now for a grand day out in our new bus; KINGSTANDING. 129
Numbers game for students; REDDITCH. 151
Nursery raises quality crop; EARSLWOOD. 83
Nursery raises quality crop; SOLIHULL. 83
OAP 'killed in burglary' CRIME: Pensioner was targeted for money, court told. 321
Olympics: Unity is key for leader; ATHLETICS. 223
On your bike call on track KINGS HEATH; SHELDON. 229
On your bike call on track; SHELDON. 132
Our Say. 318
Payout over job wrangle; COMPENSATION: Grievance on 'changed status' is settled. 234
Personal debt at centre of probe. 220
Planning Applications. 229
Planning Applications. 129
Police in burglary warning. 132
Police purge on teenage tipplers; CHURCH HILL: Officers granted powers to disperse gangs of under-age boozers. 261
Police stop lorry hijack. 192
Protest over school plans; EDUCATION: Comprehensives 'under threat from city academies'. 217
Purge on car crime; SUTTON. 104
Racing: Carter hit with 5-year ban. 1957
Racing: Emirates to take off for Godolphin. 149
Racing: Fitz on the mend. 195
Remember When? April 1957; Email your nostalgia pictures for this daily feature to 117
Reviews: Italian treasures; CBSO Symphony Hall. 157
Road set for closure at weekends. 171
Row over fate of six rescued from massage parlour. 173
Royal seal of approval for pounds 7m centre. 147
Royal Sutton Opera: 50 years of history. 138
Rugby Union: Dallaglio boost. 150
Schools ban chips in meals revamp; HEALTH: Falling demand from pupils sparks urgent action on dinners. 296
Serious side to TV star. 118
Sex at the gallop; HELLO, DOLLY! The Arcadians Crescent Theatre. 166
Shame of pair who preyed on nests; BROMSGROVE Birdwatchers fined for disturbing rare species. 363
Shame of the birdwatchers; STOURBRIDGE: Pair fined for disturbing nests of rare species. 330
Show is a high flier; SHOWBIZ: Star car is centre stage in city. 310
Sid leaps to help charity; SOLIHULL: 87-year-old OAP performs madcap stunt. 295
Six months? We did 600; WILLENHALL: Couple who defied family disapproval. 353
Sky high threat to tower; PLANNING: Bid for 430ft building may be grounded. 242
Spotlight on cancer treatment; WOLVERHAMPTON CHELMSLEY WOOD. 109
Sun shines on Liz; HEALTH. 139
Sweets a choking risk - Cadbury's. 142
Swoop on bus ticket fraudsters. 202
Tennis: Advancing years won't keep Ken off court. 220
Tennis: Generation game, set & match; STREETLY Tennis Club is fast becoming one of the most thriving and progressive clubs in Warwickshire. And, as PAUL BERRY found out, age is certainly no barrier to success. 899
Tennis: Murray cruises. 143
Tennis: Nikki sets her sights high in the quest for success. 361
The future is drug free; HEALTH: Centre helps Shazia kick heroin habit. 375
The joker who called me Liquorice Bassett will be in all sorts of trouble; Finance company's mailshot leaves real-life 'Bertie' tempted to take sweet revenge. 240
The kind, quiet genius I met at a Brum party; Veteran theatre critic Fred Norris remembers a comic legend who died this week. 194
Threats to block road; CAMPAIGN: Families in protest over speeding traffic. 269
Traders rapped on under-age tippling; WOLVERHAMPTON. 157
Tragic dad's pilgrimage; ACOCKS GREEN: Greece trip on anniversary of death. 341
Transfer raid for 'Mr Brum; LICHFIELD Cathedral city signs up Bullring's mastermind. 270
Vandals shut day centre; CRIME: Work of care unit is hit by equipment theft and damage to building. 247
Village gets a square deal! KINGS HEATH Church's pounds 1.6m plan to improve area. 222
Village gets a square deal; KINGS HEATH: Church's pounds 1.6m plan to improve area. 242
Villages link up to web; STAFFORDSHIRE. 138
War on litter bugs; YARDLEY. 194
We don't want you, Tyson. 159
We'll fight on to save historic hall; PROPERTY: Campaigners vow to keep battling to protect 350-year-old building. 342
Webbs is a wonder garden centre; WYCHBOLD. 103
Why we love our new Mail. 140
Worried bus driver killed in crash. 143
Worrying days in QE Hospital. 242
Your Say: Blanket welcome. 106
Your Say: Don't be a silent majority. 239
Your Say: Morale so low. 112
Your Say: Parrot winged it. 189
Your Say: Perfection plus. 82
Your Say: Terminal relief. 87
Your Shout. 101
Your Shout. 89
Your Shout: Problems centre around midfield. 140

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