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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (January 27, 2006)

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407 Coupe delivers a crisp drive. 509
A taste of the tropics. 118
Advice link to no debts. 141
Alfasonic set for follow-up success. 84
Alley-gater puts bite on burglars; CRIME: Gates project help slash number of burglaries. 190
Ambulance man 'victim of vendetta'. 217
An oasis of peace and calm with stunning views; AWalkInThePark GRAHAM YOUNG VISITS SWANSHURST PARK. 352
Angel on Ball for fundraiser; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Villa star backing children's charity. 329
Anti-bully phone initiative hailed; AWARD. 96
Army's minority drive. 256
Back at the cutting edge; SPARKHILL: Head start for redundant MG Rover worker. 330
Basketball: Bullets in mystery as game called off. 403
Beatties store sold for pounds 47m; Lease deal for Wolverhampton site. 270
Beauty spot spruced up; CRADLEY HEATH CRADLEY HEATH. 114
Beer price blow; LEISURE: Pint of Banks's to cost more. 271
Beginner's luck for David; COMPETITION: Pensioner hits the jackpot with first attempt at big money newspaper contest. 280
BehindTheMic: The Midlands' radio stars... revealed; ED JAMES, Heart fm. 284
Big appeal for larger families; 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 Two of our look ahead to the star cars of 2006 we focus on family cars, estates and multi-purpose vehicles... 959
Birmingham Magistrates. 653
Birmingham's TopTen. 131
Blair faces new schools Bill demand. 124
Blind centre plans ahead; HEALTH: pounds 13m development on cards for famous charity. 291
Bobby Dazzlers. 287
Bollywood Scene: Intense epic full of twists; RANG DE BASANTI VERDICT: *****. 272
Bollywood Scene: NowShowing. 119
Bono backs Aids card. 95
BRIMINGHAM Mail: OurSay. 434
Busman's holiday. 110
Call for talks in homes row; LADYWOOD: Hope for negotiation over under fire flats plan. 363
Call of the wild for 4x4 drivers. 222
Callous cheat on the run; COURT: Warrant out for charity fraudster. 225
Camel lamp to light up auction; KNOWLE. 114
Car crash pair hurt; BORDESLEY GREEN. 100
Car park work unearths relics; LICHFIELD: Ancient remains could hold clues to cathedral's origins. 314
Caramba! New jobs are a spicy prospect. 188
Cash forces mums back into work. 168
Cheap As Chips; LONGBRIDGE FISH AND CHIPS Sunbury Road, Longbridge VERDICT: *****. 111
Cheers as The Wellington voted pub of year. 102
City centre place to be; HOUSE SALES. 251
City launch for NHS recruitment in schools. 229
City murder: Five arrested; Labour man's son found stabbed. 353
City murder: Five arrested; Labour man's son found stabbed. 304
Clash over Jobcentres walkout. 156
Clinic offers hope for couples; EDGBASTON. 140
Closest thing to crazy; Katie Melua's hectic rise to stardom TheBiqGiq. 263
Commons clash over GKN cuts. 197
Council get to grips with road; STAFFS: Spate of traffic accidents are blamed on surface. 350
Council is making mark in excellence; DUDLEY. 190
Court blow for music 'swappers'. 137
Cricket: Aussies' cool Kat. 101
Cricket: Monty gets nod for tour squad. 261
Cricket: Povey to replace Amiss. 303
Cricket: Spinners' wait. 88
Crossing for ring road. 108
Curtain up for NYT; BRIERLEY HILL. 121
Dentist i n race claims; TRIBUNAL: Discrimination case. 341
Early advice is vital. 217
Eating more fruit and veg could reduce risk of a stroke. 187
England face Swiss tester. 128
Ex-editor is Chamber's VIP guest. 129
Ex-inmates flout rules of parole. 181
Ex-Mirror editor at conference; ICC. 112
Eye On BROAD ST: Brass-ed off by good intentions. 110
Eye On BROAD ST: Chantelle's way out in front. 189
Eye On BROAD ST: Logan's run of bad form. 80
Eye On BROAD ST: Shuttling to and fro. 144
Family life 'a front'. 155
Father John steps aside; PRIEST: Arrested governor waits for police probe to end. 410
Federer is too hot for Kiefer; TENNIS. 304
Fertility service; EDGBASTON. 99
Fighting to make school road safer; TRANSPORT: Lollipop lady Brenda leads campaign to stop a child being killed. 218
Final day to vote for BB winner. 164
Find inspiration in athletic achievers; MURDERBALL VERDICT: *****. 164
Fire messages beamed. 214
Flood of good wishes for brave Karren. 440
Flood of good wishes for brave Karren; MD IN HEALTH SCARE. 441
Flutter by the butterflies... NATURE: Successful year for breeding exotic winged insects - and attracting Midland visitors. 220
Football: 'Rudderless' FA losing bungs fight. 180
Football: Ace out to prove a point. 237
Football: Alex on familiar ground. 177
Football: Barwick seeks early decision; ENGLAND: FA chief wants new boss in place by World Cup finals. 423
Football: Barwick seeks early decision; ENGLAND: FA chief wants new boss in place by World Cup finals. 461
Football: Big Dave's fond farewell. 410
Football: Blue take it to the Max; TRANSFER: Bruce moves to solve defensive crisis. 696
Football: Blues line up bid for Swedish defender. 367
Football: Boss plays down Palace Stan link. 87
Football: Bruce is facing injury turmoil. 219
Football: Clement back in business. 277
Football: Clement back on bussines. 247
Football: Draw smiles on England; FOOTBALL. 397
Football: History books favour Warriors. 208
Football: Hoddle is up for a battle; WOLVES: Nothing to lose and everything to gain, says boss. 431
Football: Jlloyd: I can handle jeering. 390
Football: Jol's flops show danger. 328
Football: Keeper is rocked by horror injury; TAMWORTH: Team-mates are left stunned as Bevan has a kidney removed FOOTBALL. 348
Football: Merse targets Cup surprise; WALSALL: Boss says side have to be at best for whole match FOOTBALL. 377
Football: Molineux connection for Fergie. 172
Football: Moseley bid to keep up momentum. 297
Football: Muzzy's still up for Cup; BLUES: Victories breed confidence says Izzet. 448
Football: No favourites in the starting XI. 303
Football: Page fighting fit to face Boro. 166
Football: Pair suffer a spot of bother! 261
Football: Phillips named as sub. 277
Football: Reds are pulling together; NON-LEAGUE. 402
Football: Rob: United threat still strong. 377
Football: Saints weigh up pounds 3m Earnie bid; ALBION Striker attracting intrest from Championship Strugglers. 406
Football: Samuel's closer to Villa exit. 213
Football: This is no time for strutting! VILLA: Boss O'Leary warns against taking FA Cup opponents lightly. 380
Football: Trio are axed by Harriers; NON-LEAGUE. 233
Football: Under-21 s facing a Swiss test. 209
For he's a Djalil good fellow... Comedy Despite US fame, comic Omid is glad to be back in Britain. 399
French leaseback holiday home plan. 105
Fresh start for saved acoustic guitar group; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 151
Fuel pumps hit by car. 81
Get in the swing with free commuter show Jazz. 234
Get well soon I Karren Brady; (From Blues and Villa fans). 156
Get well soon Karren Brady; (From all Midland football fans). 159
Globe-trot pupils; HAMPTON-INARDEN. 81
Golf: Nick in charge on the leaders. 321
Golf: Nick in charge on the leaders; GOLF. 329
Golf: Tiger struggles. 138
Grandson in stolen car. 112
Green saved for villagers; LITTLE ASTON. 284
Gripping season at the Rep. 250
Groups celebrate windfall; FOUR OAKS. 245
Healeys factory jobs joy; MOTORS: Bid to build classic car. 281
Healeys factory jobs joy; MOTORS: Midland bid to build classic. 319
Health chiefs in pounds 4m battle; HOSPITAL: Unpaid bills wrangle. 372
Help for heart attack victims; MAILBOX. 225
Helping homeless; KINGSHURST. 138
Hidden gems and treasure; Day Out Looking to economise on your family days out after Christmas? Here's how, reports GRAHAM YOUNG. 843
Hospital for Brum 'on track' HEALTH: Minister defies Treasury sniping. 258
Hotel workers now call shots; STAFFS. 163
Hunt for cream of the crop. 317
Hunt stepped up for couple. 233
Impact of Africans on art in Victorian Britain. 264
In court after drug deaths; TIPTON. 169
Inferno tragedy: Brit held. 163
Infirmary reprieve; WOLVERHAMPTON: Closure delay. 238
Inside GOSSIP: John. 127
Inside GOSSIP: Liz McLarnon. 135
Inside GOSSIP: Resolution bears fruit. 94
Insider GOSSIP: Early start for Natalie; Showbiz heart 100.7. 336
InsideView: Ignore the boos, George. 318
Integrated ways to tackle world of communications. 130
It's a weighty responsibility; HEALTH: City fat fighters to tackle obesity in city's schools. 263
It's time for me to get serious! Theatre. 520
Jail for child molester, 61; PELSALL. 229
Janice is a gem. 180
Jewel in the crown; PROFITS WARNING: Birmingham operation UK Mail shines in the gloom. 267
Journey into the unknown; THE NEW WORLD VERDICT: *****. 246
Just buzz off, Rich; BEE SEASON VERDICT: *****. 146
Keep your tools in tip-top shape; Gardening. 394
Labour man's son murdered; By Mark Cowan CRIME CORRESPONDENT. 296
Last-gasp pleas to tackle air pollution. 148
Lavish Lodge full of delight; Five-bedroom home fit for an Edwardian gent. 336
Law fight mum beats cancer. 191
Let's rein in quangos - Brum leader; LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Whitby calls London summit. 218
Letter: Your Say - All this fuss over TV pigs. 175
Letter: Your Say - Drug of choice. 100
Letter: Your Say - Fall help thanks. 95
Letter: Your Say - Invading my space. 112
Letter: Your Say - My red letter day. 143
Letter: Your Say - Religion delusion. 93
Lifetime fix could be ideal; Mortgages. 414
Lollipop lady in yellow line plea; EDGBASTON: Governors and parents back Brenda over road safety fears. 206
Love don't live here any more... KINGSTANDING. 149
Luke batting for blind England team; REDDITCH. 198
Man saved from blaze. 121
Mayor's visit is no carve-up; GREAT BARR: Neville's wood regeneration scheme is nailed on. 264
Medic's plea on vice girls. 100
Midlands so violent; CRIME: We're 5 times more likely to be killed. 251
Mitchell rings the changes. 245
Moonlight dances across landscapes; Exhibitions. 214
motors: 'Snowbirds' hit road to the sun. 265
motors: Be winter wise. 178
motors: Cars to be stars of rally event. 449
motors: MP unveils new dealer. 238
motors: Spider given a home. 92
MP makes compost appeal; WORCS. 168
MP's concern for future of army base; LICHFIELD. 187
Mum drug relief; HEALTH: Cancer battle is paying off. 240
Murder case dad to go to US embassy; CRIME: London meeting for man whose wife and child were shot. 405
Murder case husband 'is not suspect' CRIME: No extradition to US for man whose wife and child were shot. 417
Museum fans get needle; REDDITCH: Anger at possible closure. 287
Music block on track; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 149
My mother id dying in Australia - help me reunite her with the family she left behind in Birmingham; GETTING IN TOUCH: Former city woman has only months left to make contact. 459
Net gain for the safety of tenants; DUDLEY. 176
Netball team making strides; CANNON HILL PARK: Star players in walk to help raise cash for cancer charity. 262
New vice law will delight the pimps. 375
New Volvo tops for added value. 448
Nicholls' Tikram ticks right boxes; THE MAIL'S RACING CORRESPONDENT. 109
Non! Niet! Nein! EDUCATION: Schoolkids turning backs on foreign language studies. 371
OAP, 90, is killed in crash. 82
OAP, 92, injured on scooter. 82
Octavia's two cars in one... 489
Ordeal of cigs baby; WALSALL: Inquest told of shock find. 378
Our older fans are not internet savvy; Music. 373
Our thoughts are with you at this worrying time. 960
Outcry over cuts threat; REDDITCH: Families in fight to save museum from axe. 372
Parade honours Holocaust dead; REDDITCH: Atrocities 'must never be forgotten'. 307
Parents' tribute to daughter. 167
Party time at The Woodman; Folk Popular club celebrates its 35th anniversary. 314
Payout for sacked plumber; KINGS NORTON. 232
Pendragon eyes on Reg Vardy. 225
Pizza taster job looks cut above; ERDINGTON. 140
Planners' conditions for Wheel. 312
Planners' conditions for Wheel. 108
Plucky Joel has his uncle to thank. 138
Police hunt for missing girl, 17. 133
Police launch arson probe after fence fire; RUBERY. 149
Power tools theft alert; BOURNVILLE. 198
Praise for arrest. 101
Prepare before painting. 147
Protesters target Springer 'blasphemy' at city show. 120
Proton heads off on pounds 1.5m marketing campaign. 87
Pub treat for lovers. 204
Quick-fix to kick habit. 151
Quiz of the day. 109
Quo are back Rockin' All Over The World! 398
Redesign for complex bid; BUSINESS: pounds 530m project 'will not compete with Bullring'. 246
Redesign to avoid clash with Bullring. 105
Remember When? 1995. 110
Repair bills go sky-high; HOUSING: Hardship fund for ex-tenants who bought flats. 282
Restaurant Spy: Friendly place for a taste of real Italy. 399
Reviews: A stunning debut; CBSO Symphony Hall. 205
Reviews: Kooking up a storm; THE KOOKS/ THE AUTOMATIC Bar Academy, Birmingham. 210
Roadworks warning; WORCS. 112
Rous Lench and Abbots Morton; Rambling. 610
Rugby: Barkley injury blow for England. 273
Rugby: Bottom two in fight for pride; PERTEMPS BEES: Maynard wary of threat from Manchester club. 461
Rugby: Bottom two in fight for pride; PERTEMPS BEES: Maynard wary of threat from Manchester club. 456
Rumour has it that Jen's coming back stronger than ever; Films. 653
Russ steps into his best role yet - being a dad-of-two! Amateur Stage. 602
Rydale boom signals facelift. 114
Sacked plumber victory; TAMWORTH. 145
Sanction will only punish the kids. 161
Sandhurst honours VC. 160
Sandra a wizard from Oz. 143
Scheme to protect tenant deposits. 108
Schnell, it's only pounds 69 to Munich! FLIGHTS: Fares cut - for 3 days. 190
School is staging a pounds 4m move; ARTS: College off to Millennim Point. 300
School on target for star players; Ex-college lads shine on the pitch Meet the new kids on the block. 732
Scouts find WWII grenade in park. 226
Sealed with a loving kiss... 357
Service is revolution; HEALTH: New fertility centre. 168
Sidwell centre of attention. 322
Sir Ian sorry over Soham; MEDIA: Top cop apologises for slur on Holly and Jessica. 349
Snooker: Ding dumped out. 93
Sock project should avoid traffic disruption; DUDLEY. 111
Sock Shop's failure No.3; EMPLOYMENT: Every job in jeopardy as chain folds. 238
Soham race claim anger; MEDIA: Police chief 'losing the plot' after press jibe. 361
Solihull News: Dance show to remember Jo; SOLIHULL: Youngsters centre stage in honour of crash victim. 462
Solihull News: Support for ex-smokers; HEALTH. 247
Speeding motorcyclist killed in crash. 102
Starving ferret is found in rubbish. 248
Stop the brain drain; LAW: Top performers don't need to head for London says new chief. 273
Study gives chance for say on how transport can be improved. 89
Successful project to expand; QUINTON. 129
Supplier workers hit by LDV crisis. 262
Support is solid, say strikers. 165
Take a look at storm defences; Home Decor Don't be caught out when windy conditions strike. 504
Take your pick this weekend; GayLife. 221
Talent wasted on a poor plot; RUMOUR HAS IT VERDICT: *****. 269
Teen knifeman admits attack; YARDLEY. 207
Teenage knifeman's 2 guilty plea; SHIRLEY. 207
Tell us what's happening where you are. 163
Tell us what's happening where you are. 219
Tell us what's happening where you are. 192
Tell us what's happening where you are. 204
Tell us what's happening where you are. 173
Tell us what's happening where you are. 207
Tell us what's happening where you are. 160
Tennis: Martina still has a grand chance. 289
Terror victims in fight for revenge; The Big Movie MUNICH VERDICT: *****. 398
The duke's cup runneth over... 154
This Week's Jobs. 136
Toyota's Aygoto go diesel. 184
Trader fined pounds 2,000 over fake goods; WOLVERHAMPTON. 212
Tragedy as family dog strangles girl with scarf. 176
Treat for bargain hunters; SOLIHULL. 107
Trouble in store for the Websters; TVChoice. 451
Tune up for Fiddlesticks; Classical. 134
UK has something special in the air! Music. 316
Union pledge over shake-up; SANDWELL: War of words over threat to social services jobs. 324
Ward saved from axe over winter; SUTTON: Beds closure put off at hospital to cope with admissions. 295
Warning on bogus priest scam; KIDDERMINSTER. 117
We wish you a safe and a speedy recovery; YOUR MESSAGES MD IN HEALTH SCARE. 468
We're going for gold! CAMPAIGN: Bosses' chief calls for Olympic medals to be made in Brum. 228
Wheelie flaws. 141
Wife left note and drowned; SOLIHULL: Inquest open verdict. 349
Win pounds 1,000 by 8pm today. 319
WIN; Banks's Bitter. 138
Witness protection 'a must'. 87
Woman arrested over porn; TOUCHWOOD: Probe into fake goods. 284
Workers win cash payouts; TRIBUNAL: Engineering staff not told they were losing jobs. 262
You can't dwarf our achievements; AWARDS: Small wonders April and Paul show the way to beat the odds. 392
You're just a lot of drips! REPAIRS: Un-handy home buyers plumb depths. 245
Your 2 MINUTE guide to the week. 522
YOUR MESSAGES: Hope to have you back soon. 155

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