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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (April 5, 2006)

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17 arrests in louts crackdown. 152
A lesson in good schooling; SMETHWICK. 271
A rich vein of treatment. 87
A view of the world of bugs; COLESHILL. 81
Ambulance chief leaves; HEALTH. 176
April shower of road grit! HIGHWAYS: Springtime tests of best anti-icing measures. 282
Audiences the key to conference; ASTON. 144
Basketball: Holly Hall remain on title track. 165
Black Country News: A chance for stardom; WALSALL. 244
Black Country News: A great night, by George; DUDLEY. 194
Black Country News: Clean-up on the streets; WALSALL WOOD: Pride boosted by rubbish clearing. 310
Black Country News: Dramatic moment ends term; HALESOWEN. 116
Black Country News: Services given pounds 23m boost; SANDWELL. 118
Black Country News: TB jabs a mission for Mavis; WEDNESBURY: Schools campaign grows. 291
Black Country News: Tell us what's happening where you are. 173
Bobby Dazzlers. 273
British spy shot dead; MURDER: Former Sinn Fein chief killed at cottage. 322
Bus shelters attract yobs; KINGSTANDING: Families want eight stops pulled down. 311
Cancer alert on contaminated Co-op lemonade. 102
Carnival search for a new star; MUSIC. 280
Central City News: Gran's HIV mercy bid; WITTON: Pensioner raises thousands of pounds to help African orphans of epidemic. 291
Central City News: Police hit out at bar opening hours bid; BORDESLEY GREEN. 142
Central City News: Tell us what's happening where you are. 160
Chance for a clean slate; HANDSWORTH: Ex-offenders pick up brooms and shovels. 267
Clean-up success; ALDRIDGE: Community initiative is hailed. 273
Community hall hunts for volunteers; KINGS HEATH. 127
Consultants' Beetham coup. 120
Councillors call for a new focus on crime; SPARKBROOK. 173
Couple on vice charge. 105
Cricket: Big chance for back-up stars. 319
Cricket: Chance for fringe players. 318
Cricket: I can't wait for season to start; WARWICKSHIRE: Wagh desperate to make up for lost time. 368
Cricket: Pakistan triumph. 127
Cricket: Streak boost. 111
Crime victims to have a say; EDGBASTON. 193
Dad fury as 3 freed over son's death; Convictions quashed at city appeal hearing. 514
Darts: Nomads' bid for title glory hit by on-song Flights; DIARY. 427
Dog fight gangs 'ran leagues' CRUELTY: RSPCA smash major ring in Midlands. 374
Double delight for IVF couple. 252
Drink spree boss jailed for attack; WALSALL: Innocent man battered with bottle in 'mindless' street brawl. 259
Drug addict jailed; QUINTON. 172
DUDLEY COUNCIL; . . . and the nominations in the Black Country for the big vote on May 4. 321
Dunlop axes tyres factory. 269
Easter appeal for children; The Pallasades. 185
ELECTION 2006: The candidates who will contest 41 seats on Birmingham City Council next month. 1568
Family are in spotlight; BOURNVILLE. 149
Female group meets with MP; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 115
Football: Berson's eyes on Villa exit. 495
Football: Berson's eyes on Villa exit. 435
Football: blue lifts hopes. 267
Football: Bobby Dazzlers. 275
Football: Boss suffers double injury setback. 136
Football: Bruce: We're in the driving seat now; LIFELINE: Blues have a fighting chance of survival says boss. 571
Football: Chance to play in 'World Cup' at St Andrew's; Win pounds 1,000 worth of sport equipment in Cup of Nations. 505
Football: Conlan at the double; B'HAM AFA. 155
Football: Daniel is a delight; WOLVES: Boss believes new boy Jones has a bright future. 325
Football: Daniel's debut delights Hoddle; WOLVES: Boss believes new boy Jones has a bright future. 286
Football: Jiri's Bolt out of blue lifts hopes; Super strike helps Blues climb out of relegation zone BLUES 1 BOLTON WANDERERS 0. 685
Football: Jiri's Bolt out of blue lifts hopes; Super strike helps Blues climb out of relegation zone. 689
Football: Kenny's call for show of character. 184
Football: Lambs off the bottom; TAMWORTH 2 ALDERSHOT 1. 218
Football: Pitmen face uphill battle; NON-LEAGUE. 234
Football: Robbo has new target; ALBION: Boss confident Baggies can defy the odds again. 351
Football: Roberts the hero; SANDWELL. 87
Football: Saddlers miss out on Smith. 145
Football: Smith out of Walsall crunch. 189
Football: Sullivan's said sorry - skipper. 330
Football: Take a long, hard look at yourselves. 487
Football: Trio's dream comes true; SCHOOLS: College team hoping to get more players snapped up by professional clubs. 319
Football: Vale of cheers as JKS chase treble; CUP KINGS: Teenage side have sights set on triple glory CORONATION LEAGUE. 328
Football: Vaults spot on in final; FESTIVAL LEAGUE. 253
Football: Villa tame Wolves to keep pressure on; WOLVES RES 1 VILLA RES 3. 157
Football: Walsall feel the pain of clause; SADDLERS: Ace midfielder ruled out of Bristol City clash. 266
Football: Wenger call. 88
Fun for dancers of all ages; WORKSHOP. 139
Golf: Lengthy issue at Augusta. 190
Gridlock feared in village; DICKENS HEATH: One-way road plan branded a non-starter after Euro MP's visit. 351
Hideout is scrapped; KenzieINGSTANDING. 83
Historic pub gets overhaul; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 139
Hit-run convictions quashed. 290
Hook, Line: Cat'll do nicely as Midlands duo take to Spanish waters; AND SINKER. 389
I'm a celebrity in Jamaica; CIVIC VISIT: Tour makes Lord Mayor better known in Kingston than in Brum. 344
I'm running for you, mate! MARATHON: Best friend tragedy is spurring Guy on. 485
Immigrant centre row. 115
Judge reads Mail's demand. 307
Lack of trust in pension funds. 280
LastMinuteDeals: Flight Deals. 227
LastMinuteDeals: Holiday Deals. 844
Leaders looking to future; MEETING. 116
Letter: Villa and the Mail more of your views; VILLA boss David O'Leary believes that Mail reporter Bill Howell has a personal vendetta against him and the club. We asked if you thought the Mail's coverage of Villa was biased. Here are more of your comments. 97
Letter: Villa and the Mail more of your views; VILLA boss David O'Leary believes that Mail reporter Bill Howell has a personal vendetta against him and the club. We asked if you thought the Mail's coverage of Villa was biased. Here are more of your comments. 99
Letter: Villa and the Mail more of your views; VILLA boss David O'Leary believes that Mail reporter Bill Howell has a personal vendetta against him and the club. We asked if you thought the Mail's coverage of Villa was biased. Here are more of your comments. 90
Letter: Villa and the Mail more of your views; VILLA boss David O'Leary believes that Mail reporter Bill Howell has a personal vendetta against him and the club. We asked if you thought the Mail's coverage of Villa was biased. Here are more of your comments. 81
Letter: Villa and the Mail more of your views; VILLA boss David O'Leary believes that Mail reporter Bill Howell has a personal vendetta against him and the club. We asked if you thought the Mail's coverage of Villa was biased. Here are more of your comments. 122
Letter: Villa and the Mail more of your views; VILLA boss David O'Leary believes that Mail reporter Bill Howell has a personal vendetta against him and the club. We asked if you thought the Mail's coverage of Villa was biased. Here are more of your comments. 100
Letter: Your Say - Abigail sentence outrage. 157
Letter: Your Say - horror at the meagre sentence. 221
Letter: Your Say - I heard the sentence passed on Jaswinder Singh. 171
Letter: Your Say - Judge Daniel Pearce. 88
Letter: Your Say - judicial system. 89
Letter: Your Say - THE sentence is definitely unfair. 84
Man fined for tree damage; LICHFIELD. 149
Men urged to 'prove it' GOOD HOPE: Prostate cancer patient Joe's appeal. 284
Midland Orchid Society; EDGBASTON. 86
Miners failed by lawyers. 99
Missing man plea. 112
MP hails crime move; EDGBASTON. 176
Musical tour of the world; REVIEW. 124
New talks to avert bus strike. 246
No cares is a first for a day; CARERS. 119
North City News: Crackdown brings peace to a street; STETCHFORD: Curfews and dispersal orders help curb gangs of yobs. 354
North City News: Security guard is injured; GREAT BARR. 210
North City News: Tell us what's happening where you are. 192
OAP went on a drunken drive; COLESHILL. 336
OAPs log on for internet fun; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 94
OurSay: 18-month prison sentence. 237
OurSay: Jiri Jarosik's magnificent strike. 93
Parklands keep the heat on Kypros; SUTTON & DIST. 269
Pick 3 winners from our finalists. 580
Pop legend Pitney dies on UK tour. 273
pounds 1,000 reward to catch thieves. 294
pounds 5,400 a year? No, thank you; CITY COUNCIL: Lib Dem No.2 declines extra cash in row. 271
Pouring to help the poor; DUDLEY. 145
Prison after rent dispute knife attack; MARSTON GREEN. 292
Prosecutors could appeal over 'lenient' jail sentence; over killer driver's 'insulting' 18-month prison term. 270
Putting the boot in for welly week; DUDLEY. 125
Quick steps so healthy! EDGBASTON: Day of music, dance and fashion has serious message. 271
Quiz of the day. 86
Racing: CHAMPION trainer elect Paul Nicholls. 135
Racing: Perfect Cousin. 107
RememberWhen? 1976; Email your nostalgia pictures for this daily feature to mypictures@mrn.co.uk. 93
Row over homeless fund 'snub'. 156
Rugby Union: Warrior Gotting. 83
SANDWELL COUNCIL; . . . and the nominations in the Black Country for the big vote on May 4. 312
School to create 200 new jobs; REDDITCH: Training centre is launched. 202
Shampoo ad is a real washout. 135
Solihull News: A blooming good day; KNOWLE. 100
Solihull News: Buns and Brunel; MERIDEN. 190
Solihull News: Gia is a breath of fresh air; TEMPLE BALSALL. 111
Solihull News: It's a towering bid to beat criminals; SMITH'S WOOD: New drive to end graffiti, vandalism and abuse in high-rise flats. 229
Solihull News: Tell us what's happening where you are. 174
South City News: Battle to stop late pub hours; YARDLEY: Fears of drunken disorder. 226
South City News: Tell us what's happening where you are. 229
Spy eye on the thieves; OXLEY: Families raise money for crime-busting CCTV. 183
Stay away from ex-Rover chief; BAN ON MIDLAND BUSINESSMAN WHO IS OWED pounds 41,000. 579
Stay away from ex-Rover chief; EXCLUSIVE Ban on businessman who is owed pounds 41,000. 593
Stepping out. 104
Stew's a sensation; EDGBASTON: Birmingham University chef tastes success in prestige contest. 269
Striking binmen on overtime pay; SAN DWELL. 140
Students learn how to take next step; WORCESTER. 199
Stylist mum is cut above; STIRCHLEY: Julia juggles job after becoming mother at 40. 293
Table Tennis: I'm going out on high says Fergie. 462
Tapping into new talent. 95
Tax debts of shamed Tory; POLITICS: Sex claims councillor owes pounds 1 k in council bills. 466
Teen beaten for his bike! CRIME: Trio in compensation order over chip shop attack. 338
Teenager attacked by gang; SOLIHULL. 188
Teenager's chance to shine; WALSALL. 256
Tell us what's happening where you are. 220
Tell us what's happening where you are. 201
Telly 'warps minds' LICHFIELD: Church leaders demand curbs on children's access to sex, violence and foul language. 275
Texas: state of contrasts. 823
The battle for control. 148
The eyes have it; TAMWORTH. 137
The sentence completely trivialised Abigail's life it's as if she didn't matter; TRAGEDY: Anguished mother of hit-and-run victim backs the Mail's call for answers. 565
TheGreatEscape: A tropical paradise where Texans relax. 332
TheGreatEscape: Take a walk on the wild side. 410
TheGreatEscape: Take a walk on the wild side; STEVE NICHOLLS TAKES A SURPRISING LOOK AT TEXAS AND FINDS IT HAS MORE TO OFFER THAN HUNTING, SHOOTING AND FISHING. 475
TheGreatEscape: The gateway to Mexico. 259
TheWorld: Gene Pitney dies in hotel. 106
Thumbs-up for industrial site; MINWORTH. 128
Top marks for primary school; NECHELLS. 136
Tough work for traders; CAMPAIGN: Shopkeeper fears store will have to close. 348
Travel: CARDIFF ON BOARD THE ORIENT EXPRESS; Day trips departing June 28 (Birmingham International and Coventry stations) and August 9 (Birmingham International only) PRICE FROM pounds 245. 112
Travel: CHANNEL 4'S DEAL OR NO DEAL; Two days departing May 4 2006 PRICE FROM pounds 79.95. 80
Travel: Finland has fascinating places to visit for a city break. 560
Travel: JERSEY; Eight days, departures April, May, June, July, August, September and October PRICE FROM pounds 295 (by air) pounds 235 (by sea). 83
Travel: New meet and greet parking service in Brum. 183
Travel: Trips designed with our readers in mind; ReaderTravel. 177
Tribute to gran in boat tragedy; BAHRAIN: Midland woman was among 58 people killed in Gulf sinking. 424
Tribute to gran in boat tragedy; Boss's grief over death in Bahrain sinking. 405
Trio cater for success; AWARDS: Talents of university staff are recognised in prestigious competition. 265
TV joins hunt for Bull Terrier killer. 327
TV joins hunt for pet's killer. 124
Waiter's brother struck diner; BRIERLEY HILL. 109
WALSALL COUNCIL; . . . and the nominations in the Black Country for the big vote on May 4. 359
Way of working is undemocratic. 411
Weapons seized from airport smugglers. 124
Whitby in water plea. 104
Woman found hanging. 134
Wonder Stuff drummer dies after crash. 134
Worcestershire News: Bakers unite to serve up treats; BROMSGROVE. 166
Worcestershire News: Children our No.1 priority; WORCS: New protection team targets abuse and violence. 313
Worcestershire News: Recycling... for bicycles; TRAINING. 147
Worker's bonus 'is in peril'. 365
Write to us and win a digital camera. 165
Youngsters tackle a grown-up agenda; LITTLE ASTON. 222
Your Stars. 734
Youth sold cannabis to pay for his new clothes; WATER ORTON. 276

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