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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (February 17, 2006)

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'Betrayed by double life' COURT: Family speak out over wife murder suspect. 328
'It's great to have them back in Brum'. 123
20 years - and Jan weds his first love; Bride & Groom COMPETITION: Prize-winning couple always knew fate would unite them one day. 386
A taste of university; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 135
Abuse images from Iraq should surprise no-one. 409
Action call on ID theft. 118
All that jazz with Caroline; ERDINGTON. 177
Another tower block to topple. 122
Aston's a real thriller! 187
Ballet boss goes back to Carmina; Dance. 231
Basketball: Bears count cost of Rodman deal. 89
Be pampered by super Somerset; A 1930s superbly built and substantial home in an up-market suburban area. 278
Beam me up an identical copy! 201
Bird flu threat. 91
Birmingham's Top Ten. 154
Birthday treat for Asian arts school; EDGBASTON. 210
Blast over mast delay; CAMPAIGN: Council chiefs under fire in mobile row. 301
Bond's Q gear for NHS staff; HEALTH: Hi-tech access to medical notes. 264
Bosses' vow to family of suicide man. 172
Boxing: Darren storms to title victory; BOXING. 284
Boy's cancer fight in focus; STAFFORD: Moving photos highlight Connor's condition. 322
Brave Ince is hailed a hero; WOLVES: Hoddle reveals skipper deliberately tore muscle to speed up recovery. 452
Brazilians nuts about Bosch fuel. 127
Bruce keeps door open for Butt. 421
Brum fined over failure to aid poor. 109
Brum fined over failure to aid poor. 141
Brum's busiest artery blocked. 189
Bug forces five wards to close; 60 patients in isolation. 338
Busy Rosie's run off her feet. 209
Cadbury may change hands; INDUSTRY: More talk of takeover bid for sweet giant. 222
Car Racing: Mansell's Button warning. 300
Car repair dearer than lawyer. 171
Charity tribute for Sapphire; Gay Life. 189
Cheap As Chips; DOVEHOUSE FISH BAR. 154
Children are card sharps! WALSALL. 114
City heroes still creating a Scene; REVIEW: Ocean Colour Scene play acoustic set to packed venue. 391
City hires Queen's minders; HOUSING: Lines goes to the Tower. 195
City's jacuzzi floozie springs a leak. 198
Company hits right balance for workers; ERDINGTON. 188
Computing for companies; BROAD STREET. 98
Conflicts brought to class; SELLY OAK: Collection of world wars memorabilia on tour of schools. 295
Cop killer's 14-year jail term 'fair' COURT: City drink-driver's appeal fails. 225
Cost of living not so sweet 16 for parents. 194
Crash driver for life; Thrown through windscreen. 489
Crash man catapulted from car. 168
Creation's a patient tonic; HEARTLANDS: Hospital stained glass needs cash. 346
Cricket: Strauss issues spinners warning; CRICKET. 276
Crime up - as more villains nabbed; STAFFORDSHIRE: 'Bad behaviour' curbed as fixed penalties distort 2005 figures. 200
CRIME: Warning on doorstep conmen. 160
Cruise liner has own museum. 110
Digital drive to win cash; TECHNOLOGY. 187
Distraught Lionel pines for lost dog. 143
Doing battle for drama trophy; WEOLEY CASTLE. 147
Double delight for Simon fans; Amateur Stage. 300
Experience a range of classic cars with Ferme. 142
Expert wins appeal; COURT: Professor reinstated. 265
Extras for a change of Scenic. 172
EyeOn: Cough, splutter... oh, it's Coe. 110
EyeOn: Frankly, my dear... 108
EyeOn: Mark has bottle... 102
Fears over sewage; STREETLY: Families fail in fight to stop new homes and pumping station. 277
Football: Davies out to bury Fulham thrashing. 314
Football: Duo in line for return at Stoke. 262
Football: Eric ready for showdown talks. 320
Football: Euro bid ruled out by boss. 271
Football: Halsall's giving nothing away. 337
Football: Hutch happy to help. 220
Football: Lambs sign up Nicky. 204
Football: O'Leary: Cutr out silly goals; FOOTBALL VILLA: Defence told to tighten up and keep Cup hopes alive. 310
FOOTBALL: Painter's keenFor Cup glory; FOOTBALL BLUES: Survival battle on backburner as ace eyes quarter-finals spot. 368
Football: Ross eager for home comforts. 288
Football: Show we've got bottle; VILLA: Davis determined to secure Cup success. 492
Football: Still haunted by 6-0 nightmare; FOOTBALL LOW POINT: Ex-Baggies keeper Adamson says Albion will bounce back. 575
Football: Whild is handed reigns at Redditch; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 354
Football: Why Ince decided to injure himself; WOLVES: Skipper deliberately tore muscle to speed up recovery. 437
Football: Zoltan targets return. 191
FREE old Brum nostalgia print. 150
From top to bottom, the 206 is fun! 453
Girls' school on a hi-tech high; BARTLEY GREEN: Pupils reap benefits from specialist status. 295
Give us the gift of life this year; HEALTH: Mother of tragic twin makes birthday blood donor appeal. 395
Going soft at stadium; PERRY BARR: New 'love dogs' campaign. 286
Goldie's TV challenge. 180
GOLF: Park birdie blitz. 115
Golf: Park birdie blitz. 115
Good reaction to new Punto. 122
Goodbye to night's sleep. 89
Green cars don't have to be dull. 623
HEALTH: Helping smokers kick the habit. 176
HEALTH: New drive to cut teenage pregnancies. 202
Hi-tech bid to battle pollution. 132
Highest prize, Dr Everest! UNIVERSITY: Honorary doctorate for microlight pilot who flew over tallest mountain. 196
Homebuyers ready to go the extra mile; Website finds upward trend for home prices in the Midlands. 456
Hood has a hand in it! CHINA MISSION: Acupuncture for Lord Mayor in Brum's twin city. 372
I'll blame that tuna at patchy Peppers; Restaurant Spy PAUL FULFORD VISITS RED PEPPERS, THE MAILBOX, 0121 643 4202. 380
Insider GOSSIP: Ford focused on film hit; heart 100.7. 315
It's a n-ice prize win for Paula; MONKSPATH. 148
It's National Service again. 136
Last chance to nominate the community's unsung heroes. 146
Law firm hits pounds 1bn in deals; CORPORATE FINANCE: Browne Jacobson's success. 290
Leave the poor girls alone. 93
Legends of motorsport set for show. 420
Letter: Your Shout - Albion supporters have taken. 95
Letter: Your Shout - Board must take blame with boss. 132
Look high and mighty in an SUV; It's going to be a bumper year for new cars with no fewer than 120 new or significantly revised models heading for the showrooms. In Part Three of our look ahead to the star cars of 2006 we focus on four wheel drive and sports utility vehicles... 820
Loud music 'boosts drug effect'. 164
Malik a guest at hospital blessing. 187
Men silent on breast cancer risk. 156
MG Rovers for Coventry; INDUSTRY: Midland switch planned for new roadster. 273
MG Rovers for Coventry; INDUSTRY: Midland switch planned for new roadster. 228
Micra joins city car price war. 156
MP to visit dance school; LADYWOOD. 209
Nautical but nice at NEC! SHOWTIME: Brum rules the waves. 289
New boost for single parents; EDGBASTON. 207
New cash support for single parents; SHARD END. 206
New Fiesta is a green goddess. 150
New guide to premier parks. 203
New hope over 'lost' pensions. 285
No love for Billie-Jo. 111
No-job doctor killed himself; INQUEST: Brother 'depressed'. 321
Nursery hits right balance for workers; NORTHFIELD. 141
Pinfold's a real winner. 196
Police call for volunteers; WEST BROMWICH. 137
pounds 15m plan for health; ASTON: Two projects to benefit community. 264
pounds 245,000 for boffin; EDGBASTON: Prize for leukaemia research. 211
Praying for a done deal; HEALTH: Star at soil blessing on site of delayed hospital. 289
Preview for new Fords; Revamped Galaxy and sporty S-MAX get shown off ahead of their official launch in Geneva. 378
Quiz of the day. 125
Rescue bid pays off for show; REVIEW YEOMEN OF THE GUARD Walsall Gilbert & Sullivan Society. 204
Restaurant Guide; FULFORD'S 50. 627
Riding on the crest of a wave; TVChoice. 414
Rugby: Leaders wary of slip-ups; RUGBY MOSELEY: Alert for opponents who are fighting for their lives. 378
Rugby: Mitchell sees red over loss. 309
Rugby: Walsh: We will tough it out. 292
Rugby: Warriors aim for Tigers double. 198
School is buried in landslide. 242
School points way to future; SMITH'S WOOD. 196
Searching for key to happiness; UNIVERSITY. 184
Second time around for Asians too! DIVORCE: It needn't be the end of everything. 331
Shot cop: Man is named. 178
SMOKING BAN: Smoke ban splits city pubs. 685
Social club shuts down; WYRLEY BIRCH: Row over rent arrears. 144
Softer image for stadium; PERRY BARR: Greyhounds in 'love dogs' campaign. 237
Southside is on sale again. 112
Stab attack row wife is spared jail; COURT: Community order for woman. 347
STAFFORD: It's pancake pandemonium. 118
STAFFS: New initiative wins backing. 145
Student debt fears. 82
Survey appeal to Defender owners. 195
Targets fever tempts NHS to fiddle figures. 175
Tax burden on cars. 213
The birds put up with the noise; A Walk In The Park GRAHAM YOUNG VISITS PERRY PARK, PERRY BARR. 345
The Cube queue. 169
Theft halts culture mission. 127
These days it's OK to be gay, Simon. 239
Think twice, think bike; Driving Tips from the Institute of Advanced Motorists, which is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary year. 384
Toll road brings 250 jobs to Staffs. 119
Top marks for school. 247
Trade parts club launched by Peugeot to help owners. 128
Trio join property group. 134
Union wins huge injuries payouts. 243
Volvo issue challenge to rivals with new S80. 174
What'sOn: Clooney's big scoop. 567
What'sOn: FREE tickets to see Oscar favourite! 251
What'sOn: Fresh take on Brad's classic; Bollywood Scene. 258
What'sOn: Heath's Casanova flashes his sword; The Big Movie. 283
What'sOn: If Flux could kill. 270
WIN; Banks's Bitter. 138
Window into a world of faith; BORDESLEY GREEN: Hospital launches appeal to help complete stained glass feature. 347
Winter jasmine is one of the stars of spring; Gardening. 407
Winter Olympics: If I can do it, so can you! SKELETON: Silver medallist Shelley urges team-mates to follow her example - WINTER OLYMPICS. 310
Woman in jail let-off; CRIME: Husband stabbed during argument. 244
Work to help cancer victims; EDGBASTON: Scientist wins vital grant for research. 279
Your Stars. 729

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