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

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2 FOR-1 AT HATTON FARM VILLAGE; SAVE pounds pounds s with summer offers! 218
3 GAMES FOR JUST pounds 5 AT MEGABOWL; SAVE pounds pounds s with summer offers! 92
Adrian is aiming to fly high. 122
Aggie and Kim to clean up the town. 187
Albion face pounds 3m hurdle. 258
Aston is choice for top careers; Learning Zone. 306
Athletics: Laura's boost. 104
Black Country News: IT technician found hanged; ROWLEY REGIS. 247
Black Country News: Reserve wrecked by fires; GREAT BRIDGE: Wildlife under threat from arson attacks. 305
Bobby Dazzlers. 277
Body find in missing man hunt. 176
Book a date with mobile library! Black Country News SANDWELL. 195
Bridging a jobs gap; TYSELEY: pounds 20m investment bonanza set to breathe new life into unattractive industrial area. 245
Budding DJs take talent to turntable. 353
Call for health volunteers; HEALTH. 119
Central City News: Celebrity chef to speak at at fundraiser; BURLINGTON HOTEL. 190
Central City News: Take towpath to heaven; CANALS. 167
Central City News: Tribute to tragic copper; HANDSWORTH. 101
Central City News: Unique view of new flats; BATH ROW: Potential buyers see latest 'Skyline' designs. 241
Central City News: Why your feedback is so vital; WINSON GREEN: Readers both praise and criticise the Mail over relaunch. 505
City cash for valley museum; DONATION: Welsh heritage project backed. 382
City is home to 221 parks; GRAHAM YOUNG takes a look at the wealth of open spaces families can enjoy during the school hols. 305
College engineers the correct result. 157
Councillor on assault charges. 139
Crash land crew axed; DRAMA: Pilot error behind aircraft hitting ground with set of wheels missing. 340
Cricket: Albion face pounds 3m hurdle. 261
Cricket: Bears suffer again. 205
Cricket: Davies error so costly for Pears. 174
Cricket: England in early strikes; SECOND TEST: Harmison bounces back with two wickets in six overs. 336
Cricket: Frost in clear to return. 166
Cricket: Proteas are torn apart. 106
Cricket: Proteas in early blow. 97
Cricket: Strauss keeps it positive; SECOND TEST: Stand-in England skipper calls for a show strength. 364
Cricket: Streak demands improvement. 347
Cricket: Wagg removes Pears opener. 168
Cut in cost of defaults; FINANCE: Charges on credit cards reduced. 268
Cycling: Brum rides high again; TOUR OF BRITAIN: Second City takes centre stage for showpiece. 441
Darts: Scholten joy. 82
Don't allow burglars to have an open house; CRIME. 181
Drinker threw a knife at partner. 170
Drive for a smile. 111
Drive-by shooting: Man held; WOLVERHAMPTON. 466
Ex-council worker in pounds 46,000 fraud. 275
Express delivery is Super. 131
Family's message of hope. 444
Favourite Things; Night Life COUNTRY GUITARIST GLEN CAMPBELL. 83
Fishing venture makes a splash; LEISURE. 141
Focus on bullies in schools; STOURPORT: Pupils tackle issues in film. 299
Football: Bonser learns from loans; WALSALL: Chairman pledges not to make same mistake again. 371
Football: Boss to step up search. 264
Football: Bruce excited by his young Gunners. 324
Football: Bruce steps up striker search; Blues boss wants 'two or three' more players. 634
Football: Carsley tip as next Guv'nor; WOLVES: McCarthy confesses to being an admirer of Everton ace. 403
Football: Delaney fitness boost for Villa. 157
Football: Farewell to the Guv'nor as Ince departs; Ex-skipper set for Swindon. 411
Football: Girl Talk - Doug legacy can be to restore former glories. 416
Football: Jay set to sign. 192
Football: Lerner bid not dead - Villa. 695
Football: Mick's a fan of Carsley. 201
Football: Molineux days over for Ince; WOLVES: Captain set to team up with Dennis Wise at Swindon. 402
Football: Phillips set for Quinn reunion. 209
Football: pounds 15m or no Ruud - Fergie. 185
Football: Steve: The price was right for Jermaine. 272
Football: Sullivan breaks with tradition; BLUES: Co-owner visits Wast Hills ... for the first time in 13 years! 376
Football: Wolves taking shape; CREWE 0 WOLVES 2. 441
Football: Wolves taking shape; CREWE 0 WOLVES 2. 387
Girl's sex attacker locked up. 175
Golf stars on the tee for Acorns; Black Country News TETTENHALL. 169
Golf: Daly's shaky start. 196
Golf: Daly's shaky start. 195
Growing firms get support. 144
Gun attack 'a vendetta' SHOOTING: Family in hiding as Millionaires' Row home targeted. 404
Healthy eating award is to city school's taste; Learning Zone. 92
Heat is on in the saddle. 265
Hezbollah attacks kill nine. 172
Hollywood sound; Night Life Movie producers snap up tracks as new band heads for Birmingham gig debut Music. 423
Horse Racing: Consular advice; THE MAIL'S RACING CORRESPONDENT. 149
Horse Racing: Primed for action; THE MAIL'S RACING CORRESPONDENT. 93
Inside today. 86
Inside. 119
InsideView: Paying over the odds for water. 328
It's a victory, when the chips are down; WRANGLE: Fish bar wins appeal against council to stay open longer. 343
It's all over for the BNP; ELECTION: Judges rule that Sharon Ebanks was never the winner. 410
Jobs: Scratch decision puts Gary in business; FEATURING HUNDREDS OF OPPORTUNITIES. 415
JULY 31 MUST FOR RACING FANS! Tomorrow's race cards are back in ALL EDITIONS of the Birmingham Mail! 129
Lawn Tennis: Brad urged to get ugly. 133
Lawn Tennis: Natasha at the double; COUNTY WEEK: Young gun inspires Warwicks' victory. 324
LearningZone: Expert accountancy tuition. 90
LearningZone: Study that fits around work; EDUCATION: Wide range of courses available at college. 331
Letter: YourSay - Gag the voice of BB. 83
Letter: YourSay - Hoodies' blaze. 119
Letter: YourSay - Litter puzzle. 154
Letter: YourSay - Safety a priority on buses. 336
Letter: YourSay - There is no excuse for crime. 104
Letter: YourSay - Transport of danger. 134
Letter: YourSay - Write thing to do. 146
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - DID I miss something when Blues were relegated. 230
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - I AM furious with Blues. 102
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - I DIDN'T renew my season ticket. 86
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - LOOK on the bright side - pounds 7million. 83
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - LOOKS like Blues have stitched. 89
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - ONCE again the three scrooges. 80
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - SO Karren Brady reckons Blues. 118
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - SO Pennant's gone. 82
Lights, camera, auction; MOVIES: Chance for a net gain over screening of Goldberg's Manchester Disunited. 490
Lily's lots to smile about; Music. 438
Love works out for gym visitors. 158
Making a Splash; WALSALL: pounds 180m vision unveiled of a town centre transformed. 316
Man denies arson murder. 251
Man quizzed on shooting; CRIME: Families living at exclusive suburb left in shock. 465
Mass dance festival set to take off; LEISURE: Warning of drugs-free zone at airfield. 334
Meat cleaver attack man is behind bars; COURT: Job centre worker left with serious wounds by man with grievance. 325
Michael's 100pc record; KINGSHURST. 190
Millichip treasures stolen. 204
Motor Racing: Kimi looks for home comfort; FORMULA ONE: Finn is encouraged by his form in testing MOTORSPORT. 348
Museum boost from amnesty; DISPLAY: 19th century weapons handed in to police. 342
My little World Cup winner! COMPETITION: England may have crashed out - but young Charlie grabbed a prize. 341
NightLife: AskTheDJ. 319
NightLife: Budding DJs take talent to turntable. 311
NightLife: Popular place to rest weary arms; Bar Review CASA BAR AND RESTAURANT, TOUCHWOOD SHOPPING CENTRE, SOLIHULL. 412
NightLife: The world at Cassie's feet; SPIN CITY WITH 3STYLE. 284
NightLife: Wild time at burlesque club. 158
North City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 486
North City News: Debts cause ward closure; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Good Hope's plan to save pounds 800,000. 328
North City News: ERDINGTON. 108
North City News: Michael's an ever-present! KINGSHURST. 124
Official supplied bogus forms. 153
Oriental bequest to go on display. 200
OurChoice. 187
OurSay. 299
Outsource move 'bad for image'. 173
Parents to make plea. 124
Pick of the day. 211
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Test Cricket (Sky Sports 1, 10.30am). 110
Plea over the number of jobless. 220
Plea to prepare for the weather. 90
Pledge over club rumour; LEISURE: Moneypennys to stay open despite flats bid. 255
Pledge to restore pub ruined by blaze. 352
Polar medal auction sale. 134
Police step up blitz on fake forms; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 213
Police warning on mini-motos; Black Country News SANDWELL: Clampdown to tackle illegal use of tiny bikes. 363
Pupils graduate with flying colours. 151
Quiz of the day. 88
Refugees prove English class act. 107
RememberWhen? July 2001. 134
Reviews: Fearful comedy fails to take flight; FLY ME TO THE MOON Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. 241
Rolls Royce profits lift; INDUSTRY: Delight at engineering giant. 294
Rugby Union: Prop signs up. 135
Secret of pit viper's circus trick revealed. 208
Shamed head quits; EDUCATION: Support for top teacher who apologises for kerb crawling. 259
Shotgun fired at boy racers; DUDLEY. 197
Soldier death court victory; CAMPAIGN: Mum's step closer to inquiry over tragic bomb killing. 381
Solihull News: KNOWLE. 94
Solihull News: Mick caught out for skipping tax; SOLIHULL LODGE: Dodger avoids jail but has to pay pounds 8,000 costs. 252
Solihull News: Minister unveils refugees blitz; HOMER ROAD. 120
Solihull News: Solihull Magistrates. 144
Solihull News: Youngsters have fun in the parks; LEISURE. 88
South City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 486
South City News: Charity aims to conjure up an entertainer; MOSELEY. 180
South City News: Summer days out; LONGBRIDGE. 91
South City News: Tennis players to aid children; BILLESLEY. 168
Speedway: Wolves back in play-offs race. 273
Sports day in honour of PC; TRIBUTE: Colleagues remember officer killed in smash. 324
Swan can fly to the rescue! Yardley : Struggling traders call for go-ahead as survey backs Tesco scheme. 320
Swimming: Patten in top 10. 94
Switch on for signs that talk; VICTORIA SQUARE: Helping blind find their way around the city centre. 283
Syndrome offers food for thought; TV Choice. 431
Teacher training after girl kissed; EDUCATION: Head refuses to resign after vicar at centre of row quits. 368
Teachers step out to boost cancer charity; SOLIHULL. 128
Teen paralysed in school skydive; Doctors fear Jessica, 17 may never walk again. 565
Tell us what's happening where you are. 209
Tell us what's happening where you are. 169
Tell us what's happening where you are. 197
Tell us what's happening where you are. 130
Tell us what's happening where you are. 190
Tell us what's happening where you are. 188
Tennis: Brad urged to get ugly. 134
The Rt Hon bear for Redditch; CRABBS CROSS. 144
Thousands supported in homes. 136
Thug used hammer; OLTON. 112
Too hot for staff at surgery; HEALTH: Patients turned away after staff strike over rocketing temperatures. 380
Top riders to hit Midlands streets; SPORT: Route includes big city finish to Tour of Britain cycle race stage. 299
Tornado party plans shelved; ANNIVERSARY: 'Insensitive' celebration axed, but families set for trip to Wales. 317
Tornado street party causes a new storm; DISASTER: Plans axed after organisers are branded insensitive. 567
Tribute to schools champion. 132
Uni snaps up media ace Kelly after college; Learning Zone. 283
University of Wolverhampton; Learning Zone. 80
Victim had been battered. 137
Villagers hoping to sail into win; BERKSWELL. 177
Warning over fires in parks. 118
Warning to asthma sufferers. 230
Warning to schools. 155
Wartime legend dies at 98; KNOWLE: Arthur unflappable as bombs fell. 371
We saved Rooney's bacon! FAMILY: New home for injured porker. 212
We'll bang the drum for Brum; FESTIVAL: Star studded celebration of Asian culture. 474
Web tribute to Justin; ROAD DEATH: Friends set up internet site in memory of 13-year-old as inquest is opened. 427
Where there's a will there's a row. 184
WIN Banks's Bitter. 138
WIN Banks's Bitter. 146
Workers in pounds 3m boost; SHIRLEY: Plans for leisure complex. 245
Write to us and win a digital camera. 167
Youngsters set to go potty on inventions; HIPPODROME. 242
Your messages. 997
Your Stars. 781

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