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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (April 11, 2006)

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'Even though it was hard work clearing the loft it was worth it' Produced with British Gas. 138
A boost in confidence gave my grades a lift; TeachMidlands. 319
Acting is real family affair! ENTERTAINMENT: Three children follow in mum's footsteps by treading the boards. 454
Arsonists rack up pounds 50m bill. 111
AskAlan: Fears over son's heart. 176
AskAlan: Sweet tooth. 194
AskFiona: Husband has no right to beat you. 319
AskSam: How much salt is in food? 332
Athletics: Gatlin guns into Brum; RECORD BID: Olympic champion to run at Alexander Stadium. 412
Basketball: Harker bang on for Bullets boss; BASKETBALL CONFIDENT: Bown happy for coach to continue next season. 364
Basketball: Harker bang on for Bullets boss; BASKETBALL CONFIDENT: Bown happy for coach to continue next season. 364
Black Country News: Adventure centre has new base; STREETLY: pounds 400,000 building for youngsters. 322
Black Country News: Directory to help youths; WALSALL. 138
Black Country News: pounds 17,000 award at job tribunal; STOURBRIDGE: Ex-shop steward wins unfair dismissal claim. 368
Black Country News: Showcase for project; ALDRIDGE. 182
Black Country News: Spotlight on Plant's new bands; STOURBRIDGE. 142
Black Country News: Successful pair visit their roots; HALESOWEN. 209
Blackmail trio target family; COURT: Six-year campaign waged by animal rights activists. 214
Bobby Dazzlers. 262
Brum battling for balti crown; CHALLENGE: Newcastle tries to pinch city's claim to fame. 327
Brum to get new leader claims Lib-Dems' Hughes. 270
Bull is pulled free from canal. 131
Bull pulled free from canal. 235
Call for a stroll by the coast. 217
Cannabis and porn in home; COURT: Indecent images of boys found. 230
City ice rink to be reopened; Revamp plan for popular venue. 453
City soldier gets 5 years; ARMY: Lance Corporal went on the run three times. 317
Claret and blue farewe for Villa fanatic Steve. 253
Club Corner. 81
CookbookOf TheWeek. 124
Council to build pounds 6.7m hospital. 154
Cricket: Bangla-dash! 126
Cricket: Bromsgrove target assault on title; CLUB CRICKET. 230
Cricket: Dario to help the starlets. 331
Cricket: Fletcher stays focused on job. 332
Cricket: I was so lucky. It was a dream come true; CRICKET: Charting the career of Dennis Amiss, Warwickshire's all-time top run scorer. 775
Cricket: Piper plays the right tune again; Bears former wicketkeeper back on track coaching at Edgbaston CRICKET. 720
Cricket: Ton-up Gilchrist. 124
Deadline set for sale of pub chain; TAKEOVER: Purchase of M&B pubs must be concluded by May 8. 249
Death of baby still a mystery. 136
Delight at aero deal; INDUSTRY: Contract provides big growth opportunity. 285
DJ is killed in M-way crash; OLDBURY. 166
Don't ban this fashion trend; VOX POP: Shoppers not comfortable with plan to target hoodies. 562
Drive to take pride in Rover; LONGBRIDGE: Celebrations for former car maker's centenary. 326
Easter message. 121
Families stranded by new bus route; QUINTON: Petition started on city estate as anger grows at timetable changes. 372
Fears for missing teenager; WEST BROMWICH. 111
Football: Barry's lift ahead of derby date. 145
Football: Blues star times his return to perfection. 562
Football: Bosnich targets return. 227
Football: Bosnich targets return. 174
Football: Chaplow keen to prove his worth. 302
Football: Hoddle's wait on injured duo; FOOTBALL WOLVES: Under-fire boss hopes for boost ahead of crunch clash. 360
Football: Hoddle's wait on injured duo; WOLVES: Under-fire boss hopes for boost ahead of crunch clash. 303
Football: Ishmel escapes with a warning. 145
Football: Ishmel gets a let-off. 223
Football: Lambs to stay same; NON-LEAGUE. 152
Football: Lescott on O'Leary transfer hit-list; VILLA: Manager considering summer swoop for Wolves' highly-rated defender. 460
Football: Painter's the head boy for Blues. 180
Football: Painter's the head boy for Blues; BLUES RES 2 WOLVES RES 0. 174
Football: Ronnie's gunning for shock; ALBION: Midfielder is determined to make capital gains before ban. 363
Football: Rooney's not an addict - Merson. 370
Football: Russian Guus. 83
Football: Stand up and be counted - Broads. 375
Football: Wallwork gunning for shock of season. 350
Four admit to reign of terror; COURT: Six-year campaign waged by animal rights activists. 270
Fun way to find a job. 104
Gardens are a treasure; EDGBASTON. 127
Get ready to Wiggle! 136
Going from strength to strength; TeachMidlands School Of TheWeek NONSUCH PRIMARY, WOODGATE VALLEY. 341
Group return to their roots; KINGSTANDING: Accountants help in school gardens. 240
Gun fired in armed raid. 262
Gun fired in armed raid; CRIME: Garage staff dive for cover as gang ambush van. 322
Help for working mums. 129
Here's looking at you, Ellie! New Mum. 360
Hi-tech coup for school. 144
Hit-run victim fights for life. 399
Hit-run victim fights for life; Woman and children almost hit Funeral mourners see crash Burnt-out vehicle discovered. 387
Hope of freedom for salt boy couple; HALESOWEN: Appeal Court decision tomorrow on pair jailed for poisoning tot. 331
How to stop heat and money from escaping; Produced with British Gas Poor insulation to blame for pounds 5billion of wasted energy. 441
Hunt on for friends. 168
Inquest into sea tragedy; FAMILY: Teenage brothers were swept to their deaths. 261
InsideView : Time to break the language barriers. 348
InsideView: Time to break the language barriers. 344
Jack: Wilson double as W&W players find the going tough; HIGH. 412
Jams avoidable. 99
Jean is 110 years young; BIRTHDAY: Birmingham's oldest resident enjoys tea dances and amateur dramatics. 357
Jogging time. 157
Join the savers club; Produced with British Gas. 156
Landmark not record. 122
Lawn Tennis: Solihull duo are on course for a final showdown; VOLLEYS. 318
Lesbian asylum seeker can stay; COURTS: Albanian wins appeal to raise lover's baby in Sandwell. 334
Lesbian asylum seeker can stay; COURTS: Albanian wins appeal to raise lover's baby in Sandwell. 328
Letter: Your say - Black weddings. 92
Letter: Your say - For the record. 96
Letter: YourSay - Market folk so helpful. 240
Letter: YourShout - Newbon attack was no ambush. 189
Letter: YourShout - Newbon attack was no ambush. 121
Letter: YourShout - Newbon attack was no ambush. 168
Local News Extra: Drivers in alert on litter; LICHFIELD: A38 clampdown. 227
Local News Extra: Loony candidate dies, 53; CANNOCK. 169
Local News Extra: New leaf for gardens; TOURISM. 173
Local News Extra: Tell us what's happening where you are. 201
Low toll numbers is 'crazy'. 177
M&S brings sales cheer; HIGH STREET: Retailer's profits beat expectations. 341
Manage your energy needs; Produced with British Gas. 116
Mr Men in town. 125
My mum despises me. 181
My right of way? No, after you... 275
New era for city ice rink. 331
New era for city ice rink; PLANS: Scheme is unveiled to revamp popular venue. 330
New Lord Bill calls for reform. 156
NewMembers. 98
Nightclub killer jailed; COURTS: Victim 'executed' after row. 345
No funding for support or research. 200
No more GCSE panic; TeachMidlands. 199
North City News: Base in the woodlands; STREETLY: Children to benefit from pounds 400,000 building. 351
North City News: Dancing duo a success; EDUCATION. 141
North City News: Eggs are needed for kids; SUTTON. 195
North City News: Film star students aim to be inspiration to adults; SMITHS WOOD. 228
North City News: Final chance for shoplifter; CHELMSLEY WOOD: Judge takes pity on drug addict. 331
North City News: Fury over takeaway go-ahead; ERDINGTON: Fears for High Street's future. 175
North City News: Lib Dem hits out at safety; GREAT BARR. 132
North City News: Open evening to showcase progress of green project; ENVIRONMENT. 186
North City News: Plans for new flats are thrown out; SUTTON. 148
One-to-one life coaching takes the strain out of vital exams; TeachMidlands. 441
OurSay: Our Baby of the Year competition. 117
OurSay: WE BRUMMIES can enjoy world class concerts. 156
Pair escape store blaze. 102
Paltrow calls baby Moses. 115
Placebo effect is electric; REVIEWS Placebo BIRMINGHAM CARLING ACADEMY. 129
Placebo effect is electric; REVIEWS. 156
Police hail 2% drop in crime; SURVEY: Violent offences up - but overall victim numbers fall. 519
Private sector growth falters; ECONOMY: West Midlands lagging behind national trends - survey. 234
Probe into tragedy of brothers in sea; HAGLEY: Inquest to hear how teenage siblings were swept to deaths off Welsh coast. 333
Prodi celebrates win. 146
Put your best foot forward; Fitness. 389
Quiz of the day. 88
Racing legend tribute; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 154
Remember When? April 1961. 88
Reprieve on Chase memorials. 184
Riddle of little Troy's death; PROBE: Police still don't know how dumped baby died. 274
Robber attacks woman at store; TIPTON. 124
Robbie makes a splash. 153
Roof blaze at factory. 98
Rugby Union: Maynard has treble target; BEES: Coach wants to end the season with a flourish. 487
Rugby Union: Moseley focus on revenge. 403
Sarah's on the road to success; TVChoice. 473
Schoolboy is swept to his death. 123
Shark gives marine project added bite; BROMSGROVE: Multi-million pound hydrodome set to make a splash in town. 365
SmallTalk; Pupils at Priory School in Edgbaston tell us about their favourite lessons:. 187
Solihull News: Easter prizes up for grabs; KNOWLE. 174
Solihull News: Garden creations; SHIRLEY. 85
Solihull News: Give blood campaign in rural areas; HEALTH. 153
Solihull News: MP backs aid for needy; SOLIHULL. 167
Solihull News: Police pledge to tackle park yobs; SHIRLEY: Meeting after children robbed on way home from school. 236
Solihull News: School gets sport boost; EDUCATION: Glowing Ofsted report for specialist college. 290
Solihull News: Shirt jibe led to stabbing; SHIRLEY: Teenage attacker gets five years detention. 374
Solihull News: Students get taste of Oxford; EDUCATION. 193
Solihull News: Thief is given a last chance; COURT: Shoplifter took drugs after mum died in his arms. 389
Solihull News: Visitors turn on to windmill. 196
Solihull News: What's new pussycat? PANTO. 152
Something to bellow about. 161
Something to bellow about; Bellowhead HUNTINGDON HALL, WORCESTER. 99
South City News: Alcohol woman hanged; HARBORNE. 137
South City News: Appeal over heart victims; KINGS HEATH. 120
South City News: Ban lifted to build home; HARBORNE. 100
South City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 685
South City News: College's success; BARTLEY GREEN. 129
South City News: Head praised as 'excellent'. 270
South City News: Miss who is hoping to be a big hit; BOURNVILLE. 131
South City News: Problem pub in climb down; STIRCHLEY: Late night opening plans dropped. 247
South City News: Teen caged for stabbing; YARDLEY: Knife used in fight outside chip shop. 373
South City News: Worshippers are a real tonic for hospital; YARDLEY. 162
Speedway: Chrisitan stars. 167
Squash: Students claim a third title. 180
Staffordshire News: Bazaar launch proves a hit; BURNTWOOD. 164
Staffordshire News: Church shop opens doors; BURNTWOOD: High street location to help with fundraiser. 291
Staffordshire News: Get in touch with the business desk: STAFFORD. 116
Stour are seeking ace finish. 318
Teen failed to pay pounds 108 hotel bar bill; STOURBRIDGE. 194
Tell us what's happening where you are. 173
Tell us what's happening where you are. 230
Tell us what's happening where you are. 192
Tell us what's happening where you are. 174
Tell us what's happening where you are. 220
The 'growing pains' that turned out to be life-threatening; CASE STUDY TWO HEALTH: How teenager fought back when struck down with liver disease. 559
The further adventures of a right royal plonker. 420
The kids with 'drink' illness; CASE STUDY ONE For many, liver disease conjures up associations of adults and excessive booze. But it is actually one of the most common childhood illnesses in Britain, striking down children from babies to teenagers. ALISON DAYANI looks at how the life-threatening condition has affected the lives of two Midland families. 428
TheBigQuestion: Should school uniforms take account of religions? 241
Trucker killed in M6 tragedy; ACCIDENT: HGV driver dies as he crashes into broken-down lorry. 177
Van helps sufferers. 193
We'll pay for police - Clarke. 145
We're top of the tots! OUR WINNERS: Meet the bonny babies of the year for 2006 - as voted for by YOU. 362
WIN Banks's Bitter. 138
WIN family tickets to a chocolate Alton Towers; Chipper Club. 443
Worcestershire News: Genetic appeal; WORCS. 118
Worcestershire News: Hi-tech approach lands award; EDUCATION. 240
Worcestershire News: Police create 300 new jobs; WORCS: Expansion in staffing levels on the way. 341
Workshop novel idea for writers. 98
Write to us and win a digital camera. 165
Your Stars. 735
YouTheJury: Good to see the fans united behind team. 1334

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