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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (July 20, 2006)

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10pc rise 'to stay in Brum'. 123
3-in-a-bed woman cop attacked by mistress, court told; TRIAL: Chiropractor's lover denies assault after officer 'pushed through glass door'. 289
3-in-a-bed woman cop attacked by mistress, court told; TRIAL: Chiropractor's lover denies assault after officer 'pushed through glass door'. 312
A Net gain for Black Country businessmen. 469
Advice on professions. 124
Airport charges rejected. 210
Archives for industrial dynasty going public. 178
Athletics: McNeillis leaping to right conclusion. 398
Baby boom generation get a voice; SURVEY. 165
Birmingham Magistrates. 631
Black Country News: Bandstand concert in the park; WILLENHALL. 124
Black Country News: Eddie's art is a lifesaver; BLACKHEATH: Funding boost for work with a therapeutic value. 309
Black Country News: Ex-cop launches clean-up campaign; WEST BROMWICH. 211
Black Country News: Fined over cider bottle; HALESOWEN. 215
Black Country News: Petition move in hostel fight. 316
Black Country News: Royal date for council worker. 141
Black Country News: Shoplifter addict is locked up; WOLVERHAMPTON. 137
Black Country: Beryl's a big, big spender; COSELEY. 181
Black Country: Driver ploughs into club green; ROWLEY REGIS. 240
Black Country: New head high-class; HALESOWEN: Revival impresses Ofsted. 268
Black Country: News: School's in for summer; HALESOWEN. 102
Blow over students at university. 120
Blowing in to beat a record; CHALLENGE: 700 trombones to join city parade. 296
Bobby Dazzlers. 297
Boom time for start-ups; INDUSTRY: Rise in number of budding entrepreneurs. 302
Britain not alone on fraud fight. 153
Brits hurt as liner 'lurches'. 98
Brits owe more than pounds 42,000. 156
Brothers admit neighbour ruck. 91
Brum to get taste of the Soup Nazi. 161
Brummie Lizz sails to rescue; BEIRUT: Parents' pride as daughter helps in evacuation. 352
Buyers in talks for villa; New bidders announced as O'Leary walks. 104
CATCH THE ACTION. 86
Celebrating sensational success'. 262
Central City News: Brum chorus of approval; CBSO. 110
Central City News: Bus headache for QE visitors; EDGBASTON: Passengers ordered off late-running services. 284
Central City News: Digging up some facts; ASTON. 117
Central City News: Ex-city boss keeps job at Home Office. 243
Central City News: Hotel chain targets city; CITY CENTRE. 117
Central City News: Look who's off to see the wizard; HANDSWORTH WOOD. 130
Central City News: Search still on for library manager; CENTRAL LIBRARY. 122
Challenge on word bans. 80
Chef gives tasty lesson at school. 101
College open day. 95
Come in No.13 your time is up. 2729
Cort out of Swansea date. 287
Cricket: Attock attack. 86
Cricket: Carter at double for Bears; WARWICKSHIRE: Bowlers strike back. 351
Cricket: Dreadful first day for Bears; WARWICKSHIRE: Streak's men suffer. 357
Cricket: Royals' losing start. 232
Crime crackdown; CITY CENTRE: Police launch bid to stem rise of summer street robberies and muggings. 228
Cycling: Oscar rides right back to summit. 252
Cycling: Oscar's on top. 139
Dancing craze set for city club date; ARCADIAN CENTRE. 141
East City News: College is top of class; YARDLEY. 98
East City News: Have a say, you baby-boomers; SHARD END. 205
East City News: Miles of smiles boosts Sport Relief; SHELDON. 161
East City News: School's joy at lofty perch; SHELDON: Praise from inspectors despite airport noise. 319
Efficiency gains warning. 138
Employers are leading the way. 106
Families set for fun day out at museum. 218
Families warned over park battle; CASTLE BROMWICH: Courts trespass threat as site earmarked for closure. 356
Feelin' hot, hot, hot..! ..or cold, cold, cold? HEATWAVE: We find the hottest and coldest places in Brum Brum's hottest 35C Brum's chilliest - 24C. 435
Feelin' hot, hot, hot..! HEATWAVE: We find the hottest and coldest places in Brum ..or cold, cold, cold? 430
Fightback starts here! MANUFACTURING: Sector 'well-placed to recover'. 290
Follow that! Pied Piper's top; CANNOCK. 217
Football: Albion close in on Thompson; BAGGIES: Midfielder in talks over terms of one-year deal. 385
Football: Blues warn Cov: You won't take the Mickey. 526
Football: Boss: We feel refreshed. 198
Football: Boss: We feel refreshed. 235
Football: Bruce: Don't take the mickey! 318
Football: Come in no. 13 your time is up. 2727
Football: Constable wants starting place. 279
Football: Deadly's Top 10; THE O'LEARY YEARS. 298
Football: England looking at 2018 Cup bid. 241
Football: England may bid for 2018 World Cup. 348
Football: Fans' night out with Bruce and Brady. 221
Football: Green in a rush to sign players; NON-LEAGUE. 296
Football: Gregory: This is a great opportunity; VILLA: Former manager says the only way is up for the new man in the hot-seat. 471
Football: MAIL MAN ON THE BUTTON; THE O'LEARY YEARS. 290
Football: McCarthy tipped for Wolves job. 268
Football: McCarthy's tipped for Wolves job. 236
Football: O'Leary: The darkest hour; Curbishley tops list after Irishman leaves Villa. 668
Football: O'Leary: The darkest hour; Curbishley tops list after Irishman leaves Villa. 672
Football: O'Leary: The darkest hour; Curbishley tops list after Irishman leaves Villa. 676
Football: Sealing his own fate; THE O'LEARY YEARS David O'Leary was never slow to pass comment on a variety of subjects. Here BILL HOWELL, our man at Villa, recalls some of those words of wisdom. We also reproduce two of Whittock's famous views of the O'Leary-Howell fall-out. 1354
Football: Spanish trip is so good; BLUES: Forssell double rounds off a successful venture MALAGA CF 3 BLUES 4. 521
Football: Spanish trip so good for the Sol; BLUES: Forssell double rounds off a successful venture in the sunshine. 526
Football: Ticket cash will be down drain if Doug delays; Girl Talk. 438
Football: Unlucky 13. 254
Football: Wolves not on Milan's agenda. 164
For she's a trolley good fellow! RETIREMENT: Noreen bows out after teaching at same school for 38 years. 358
Get off and walk, passengers told; EDGBASTON: Anger as hospital patients dropped miles from hospital. 309
Golf: Early surge for Garcia; GOLF: Spaniard among first day pacesetters. 539
Golf: Mickelson's in the know; THE OPEN: American made secret visit to Hoylake. 487
Golf: Stars have a bad tim; GOLF: Trio put on clock after falling behind. 567
Great rewards. 166
Healthcare revolution. 174
High note tribute to remember Tiny; MUSIC: Record dedicated to hip hop band member who died in car smash. 370
Highlight of Paul's clubbing calendar; EXCLUSIVE. 390
Highlight of Paul's clubbing calendar; EXCLUSIVE. 398
Highlight of Paul's clubbing calendar; EXCLUSIVE. 388
Hoaxers put lives in peril; STAFFS: We'll trace fake 999 calls, police warn hols pupils. 324
Homing in on an opportunity. 133
Horse Racing: Paul Castles - Caradak to strike; THE MAIL'S TOP TIPSTER. 134
Horse Racing: Paul Castles; THE MAIL'S TOP TIPSTER. 97
Hunt is on for litter pickers; BURNTWOOD. 186
Hurt baby shame of parents; CHELMSLEY WOOD: Injury not noticed. 371
Ignorance of a big killer. 86
In his own words; THE O'LEARY YEARS David O'Leary was never slow to pass comment on a variety of subjects. Here Bill Howell, our man at Villa, recalls some of those words of wisdom. 1337
InsideView: Don't let this well of affection run dry. 348
Is your pet a cutie-pie or a cheeky; THEN SEND US THEIR PICTURES. 345
Jobs threat workers in overtime order. 272
Kids go FREE to Chitty; Today's letter is L. 358
Lawn Tennis: Three and easy. 109
learning zone: Future is looking rosy for former MG Rover workers. 217
learning zone: Path to a career in legal work. 143
Lebanese PM calls for an end to bloodshed. 210
Letter: YourSay - All that jazz. 119
Letter: YourSay - Bar code barmy. 83
Letter: YourSay - Change for worse. 132
Letter: YourSay - Hip hip hooray. 104
Letter: YourSay - Just no excuse for crime. 300
Letter: YourSay - Seen and heard. 110
Local casino is a good bet; GAMBLING: London takes shine off Stanley profits. 268
Lure for young talent. 213
Lure for young talent. 190
Lynley's on wrong end of the law; TVChoice. 430
MFI hit by pounds 45 m loss. 116
Millions in recycling revolution. 171
Movie first at drive-in screenings. 116
Murder claim after US shooting. 118
Net gain in blogging. 112
NHS staff leave; MID-STAFFS. 119
NightLife: A dark delight; Pub Review THE ENCORE, BRIDGE STREET, STRATFORD-UPON-AVON. 350
NightLife: AskThe DJ. 288
NightLife: Bars And Pubs. 295
NightLife: Club offers comedians big chance. 269
NightLife: WIN VIP festivalcamping package. 346
NightLife: Young Philip is jazz winner. 92
North City News: Fun's all in good cause! HAMSTEAD: Event focuses on brave asthma sufferers. 327
North City News: Quiz teams pledge support to hospice; ERDINGTON. 105
North City News: Registrations on a plate! STREETLY. 142
North City News: Welcome to 'have a say' NHS moves; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 207
Now Ellis has to quit say fans; Club 'needs new blood to progress'. 496
O'Leary Factfile; THE O'LEARY YEARS. 556
O'Leary slings his hook; The axe falls Fans' reactions Three-year ordeal. 92
Only way is up says Gregory; THE O'LEARY YEARS. 278
OurChoice. 137
OurChoice. 136
OurSay: WELL done, Doug Ellis, for such. 327
Out of Africa: VCs of 1879; LICHFIELD. 176
Outstanding praise for five grammars; learningzone. 344
Park fight families in warning; CASTLE BROMWICH: Legal threat on 'trespass'. 339
Parks spark fear in kids. 89
Peril as A5 work starts; TAMWORTH: Look out for workmen, drivers told. 305
Pick of the day. 179
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Cycling: Tour de France (Eurosport, 12.15pm). 107
Plans for pounds 3bn link scrapped; TRANSPORT: New M-way 'too expensive'. 290
Pledge on future of city's ex-chief; POLITICS: Homer set to keep job despite chaos at immigration service. 308
pounds 1.03 a litre litre; PETROL PRICES: Cost of filling up soaring once more. 251
pounds 15,000 boost to porch fund. 150
pounds 70m plan is approved. 87
Prison for gang who shot guard. 194
Pupils have the write stuff; ERDINGTON. 178
Quiz of the day. 95
RememberWhen? 1969. 128
Reviews: High-flying farce; BOEING-BOEING Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. 270
Sacked chef wins payout; TRIBUNAL: Conflict over food stocks left sour taste. 273
School is damaged by leak; SMETHWICK. 154
Scratch decision puts Gary in driving seat. 413
Seized at dawn; IMMIGRATION: 3 girls of asylum seeking family taken to Gatwick...then released EXCLUSIVE. 551
Sell stock ethically for best returns. 388
Shirley shops bid gets pounds 70m go-ahead. 190
Shorter life for working class families. 155
SoapWatch. 144
Solihull News: Baby boom generation quizzed; SOLIHULL. 169
Solihull News: BICKENHILL. 98
Solihull News: Crackdown on conmen; CRIME: Victims urged to spill the beans on tricksters. 306
Solihull News: Lions' purr-fect charity cash plan; KNOWLE/DORRIDGE. 231
Solihull News: MPs tackled on homes; SOLIHULL. 190
Solihull News: Ordeal of hurt baby; CHELMSLEY WOOD: Couple missed symptoms. 329
Solihull News: pounds 11 m boost for airport; TRANSPORT: Services set for major improvement. 296
Solihull News: Sporting chance for holiday youngsters; PLAYSCHEME. 112
Solihull News: Stolen vehicle parts 'for sale on internet' KENILWORTH. 187
Solihull News: Village to host prestige county bowling match; DORRIDGE. 98
South City News: Celebration of old school ties; MOSELEY: Reunion will bring memories flooding back. 374
South City News: Groups are united to save planet; REDDITCH. 120
South City News: Healthy option; COURSES. 95
South City News: Mother's fear on NHS cuts; REDDITCH: Long journey to give birth. 298
South City News: MP backs McDonnell; SELLY OAK. 81
South City News: Net ban on DVD dealers. 392
South City News: Planning Applications. 195
Storybook winners. 232
Sue threat over Disney cat attack; DUDLEY: Family seek legal advice after daughter's ordeal at resort. 321
Summer fun starts again at Ackers. 94
Support scheme for advice group; CHARITY. 115
Survey on the older generation. 140
Swimming hero Nick's a good sport. 194
Take the high road to success. 139
Tell us what's happening where you are. 191
Tell us what's happening where you are. 216
Tell us what's happening where you are. 170
Tell us what's happening where you are. 169
Tell us what's happening where you are. 216
Tell us what's happening where you are. 156
Tenants in debt targeted; CAMPAIGN: Bid to tackle pounds 13m arrears. 194
Timberlake's new sound; SPIN CITY. 298
To Strasburg with love from gurners; POLITICS: St Valentine's date set for face pulling EU protest invasion. 232
Top team signs up for kids' hols fun; STAFFORD. 125
TV bid in hunt for paedophile; CRIME: Pervert who groomed and raped girl still on the run. 266
Villa talk 'to your time is up credible bidders' Calls for Ellis to go, too, as buyers line up to make offer. 691
We'll fight on to save park; PROTEST: Shirley residents join battle against development. 339
Weaver has a pounds 10m record order book. 145
WHAT YOU, THE FANS, THINK OF O'LEARY'S DEPARTURE . . . AND WHO SHOULD BE NEXT MANAGER? 1067
WHAT YOU, THE FANS, THINK OF O'LEARY'S DEPARTURE. 1001
Why does society turn a blind eye to the weak and helpless? 436
Why does society turn a blind eye to the weak and helpless? 351
Worcestershire News: Arts centre dream a reality for Duke; PERSHORE. 216
Worcestershire News: Gang blamed for raid spree; DROITWICH: Detectives link hooded men to crimewave. 312
Worcestershire News: Garage raiders; BLACKWELL. 80
Worcestershire News: Top chef joins obesity battle; SCHOOLS. 187
Work experience pays off. 280
Working out is pure child's play; HEALTH: Kids get their own gym in the fight against obesity. 324
Write to us and win a digital camera. 167
Youngsters are write-on; SALTLEY. 215
Your one-in-40 chance of becoming a victim; SURVEY: Increase in violent crime higher than the national average. 303
Your Stars. 746
YourNightsOut. 88
Zealous prophets of the New Wave sound; Music Welsh rockers embrace The Clash and The Rakes to inspire latest chapter for the band. 395

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