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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (June 29, 2006)

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'Spiderman' trapped on school roof. 119
200,000 forced to flee killer floods; DISASTER: No end in sight to rising river waters that claimed 12 lives. 255
Ace Rachael's at Wimbledon; BROMSGROVE: Wannabe star picked for prestige tournament. 319
Arts events for families; BLAKESLEY HALL. 101
Athletics: GB team feel the pressure. 187
Athletics: Kelly's back to boost Harriers; SOTHERTON: Heptathlete returns for high jump and hurdles. 360
Bank branch to close with loss of 200 jobs; DUDLEY: Streamling operation will see The Woowich name disappear. 203
Bard classic takes centre stage; SHUGBOROUGH. 130
Beat the blues with DrHarp. 141
Bench tribute to trio killed by Iraq bomb; TAMWORTH. 222
Big Apple target; SHELDON. 153
Binmen are left buckling under bags; ENVIRONMENT: Weighty green matter. 290
Binmen are left buckling under bags; ENVIRONMENT: Weighty green matter. 294
Black Country News: Car crash boy has op on leg; BLOXWICH: Youngster 'stable and comfortable'. 205
Black Country News: Class acts on the catwalk for charity; WALSALL. 131
Black Country News: Future is rosy, kids! GREAT BARR: Park opens playgrounds. 362
Black Country News: Historian John dies, aged 65; TIPTON. 115
Black Country News: On the beach in park; HIMLEY. 171
Black Country News: pounds 16m ring road work starts; WALSALL. 179
Black Country News: Rent to rise by 7 per cent; WOLVERHAMPTON. 105
Black Country News: Waiting game on pimp claim; WEST BROMWICH: Councillor could yet face sex charges. 346
Board set up to protect children. 112
Bobby Dazzlers. 280
Bogus cabbie rapes clubber; Alert as woman lured into an unmarked car. 480
Boxing: Darren on Euro mission. 172
Brum bubbly's flowing; LEISURE: City selected to launch chapter of Champagne group at lavish dinner. 317
CASTLE BROMWICH; Elgar ecstasy. 128
Central City News: Charity donation's bloomin' generous; ASTON. 157
Central City News: Ciao Marcello! CITY CENTRE: Italian restaurateur leaves after 30 years. 329
Central City News: East and West fuse in exhibit; ART. 193
Central City News: m's above deadbeat job; NECHELLS: Dramatic career change offers new challenge. 308
Central City News: The pounds 4m motor for high Rollers; SUMMER HILL. 176
Central City News: Unlicensed food plant was 'filthy' SPARKBROOK: Bogus Halal chicken sold. 307
Ciao to Marcello! FOOD: Italian restaurateur severs business link with city after 30 years. 341
Countryside website gets a makeover; WORCESTERSHIRE. 130
Cricket: Bears suffer as Dragons attack; TWENTY20: Bowling weaknesses exposed by Glamorgan big-hitters. 376
Cricket: Knight set for return boost. 248
Cricket: Royals out to get back on track. 204
Cricket: Strauss staying positive. 297
Criticism over cell murder; CRIME: Killer 'failed' by authorities. 250
Cultures are united at festival. 82
Dad fined over robbery claim; Police said he made up gun mugging story. 437
Don't let them Finnish off HP! CAMPAIGN: Scandinavian support in fight to save sauce. 329
Drive back in time to hit town. 115
England fans are getting plastered; WORLD CUP 2006 HOSPITAL: Patriotic nurses emblazon cross of St George on patients' casts. 286
ENTERTAINMENT: PICK OF THE DAY; Live European Tour Golf (Sky Sports 1, 10.30am). 111
Eviction fear over for OAPs; SOCIAL SERVICES: Cash wrangle solved at 11th. 420
Ex-teachers ordered to leave school. 239
Families in 'drunk' spin. 84
Find a bard in Brum! 186
Foobtall: Break did a world of good; WORLD CUP 2006 memo from GERMANY. 333
Football: Baggies keen on top quality; ALBION: Pearson stresses commitment to buying the best for the new season. 452
Football: Baggies out to capture Calum. 251
Football: Baggies shop on quality street. 260
Football: Blatter hits out at Sven; WORLD CUP 2006 ENGLAND: FIFA boss attacks Eriksson's tactics. 218
Football: Cradley look to strengthen club; NON-LEAGUE. 164
Football: Danns: I'll relish the pressure at Blues. 289
Football: Danns: We'll take the heat; BLUES: New boy ready for battles ahead in the quest for Premiership return. 484
Football: Danns: We'll take the heat; BLUES: New boy ready for battles ahead in the quest for Premiership return. 459
Football: HEROES & VILLAINS; WORLD CUP 2006. 184
Football: It's just my cup of tea - Sven; WORLD CUP 2006. 165
Football: Kelly could be a 'new' Upson; BLUES: Bruce sees bright future ahead after signing Spurs defender. 463
Football: Let's keep it down, lads! WORLD CUP 2006 WARNING: Argentina urged to stick to passing game. 341
Football: Lycett to rescue for Mid Alliance; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 183
Football: Revenge? just after; WORLD CUP 2006. 217
Football: Revenge? Rooney just after victory; WORLD CUP 2006. 215
Football: To be Frank, Lamps must up his game; WORLD CUP 2006 GIRL TALK. 374
Football: Villa check-up for Laursen. 331
Football: Walsall target China's market. 198
Football: You won't surprise us - Pauletta; WORLD CUP 2006. 155
Football: You won't surprise us; WORLD CUP 2006 PORTUGAL: We have England's measure - Pauleta. 193
Four cops cleared on custody death; COURT: Judge orders not guilty verdicts after doubts raised over CCTV evidence. 527
Fred takes youngsters along to D-Day 1944; SMETHWICK. 117
Fresh offer for De Vere; LEISURE SECTOR: Hotel boss targeting Belfry operator. 291
Fundraisers have head in the clouds; HARBORNE: College staff and pupils join forces to help support new centre. 256
Future is rosy, kids! GREAT BARR: Park opens playgrounds. 357
Geldof puts spotlight on poverty. 95
Golf: Backstrom races into early lead. 279
Golf: Backstrom races into early lead. 261
Golf: Ballesteros is back in the swing. 306
Golf: Laura hopeful. 134
Have faith in your Birmingham Mail! 324
Hidden treasures found at church; ASTON: Secret passage discovered following 30-foot shaft surprise. 245
Horse Racing: Empress to strike for Jarvis. 145
Horse Racing: Victory march. 245
House market slowing down; PROPERTY: Mini-revival 'running out of steam'. 260
I feel justice has finally been done and we can continue with our lives. 480
I feel justice has finally been done and we can continue with our livesn. 480
I've gone from a telly tea boy to Blue Peter; SHOWBIZ: TV runner Andy is the kids' favourite to present top children's show. 420
Inside today. 97
InsideView: Sartorial chance for city to shine. 246
InsideView: Warming to a Big Blue opportunity. 135
It may be a dream end for House; TVChoice: HOUSE (five, 9pm). 410
It's a screamer from Gerrard! WORLD CUP 2006. 530
It's Grimley up north; OLDBURY. 192
Jobs boost with pounds 20m complex. 271
Kids show creative side. 87
Ladies' night on the tiles! TAMWORTH: Men vote to allow women into domino league. 391
Lawn Tennis: Henman ripped open by champ; WIMBLEDON: Tim's title aspirations shattered by ruthless Federer. 511
Lawn Tennis: Murray facing tricky hurdle. 335
Letter: Your Shout - David Beckham. 88
Letter: Your Shout - No surprise at tickets slump. 136
Letter: Your Shout - Villa directors. 138
Letter: YourSay - Birds mystery. 80
Letter: YourSay - Buses woeful. 145
Letter: YourSay - Fashion conscious. 155
Letter: YourSay - Give us justice. 83
Letter: YourSay - Looking for work on M6. 190
Letter: YourSay - Personal opinion. 147
Letter: YourSay - Rubbish service. 86
Letter: YourSay - TOTP-optastic. 95
Making a splash for Third World; Music. 334
Man charged with firearms offences after stabbing. 118
Man is held in murder probe. 192
Man on sex con charge; COURT: 'Posed as policeman'. 192
Mosque set to open doors to the public; FAITH. 204
Motor Racing: Button set to step it up a gear; MOTORSPORT. 307
Musical magic for pupils; BILLESLEY. 119
New screening test for cancer. 119
New store project sparks traffic fear; NEW OSCOTT: Lidl hope to open supermarket by congested Beggars Bush junction. 216
NightLife: Theatre Listings. 124
North City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 524
North City News: Invitation is nice and relaxed; ERDINGTON. 134
North City News: Jump in at the deep end; HEALTH. 181
North City News: Playground double; GREAT BARR. 167
North City News: Schools in new pounds 8m overhaul; SMITH'S WOOD: Special-needs support. 323
North City News: Stephen's life back on track; MARSTON GREEN: Heart op patient supporting fundraiser. 354
North City News: Upward learning curve praised; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 121
Now send us some more... 157
Nursery at school; SOLIHULL. 107
OAPs' fear of home eviction; SOCIAL SERVICES: Row means 15 face being turfed out. 377
Our Choice. 164
OurChoice. 162
OurChoice. 162
OurSay. 309
Pair make it a snappy anniversary; DUDLEY. 166
Pavarotti postpones. 105
Pick of the day. 231
Pitched battle of the soaps; SHOWBIZ: TV stars on the ball to raise charity cash. 276
Plan for new flats. 95
Plea over youths on fields; FALCON LODGE. 171
Pledge over car industry; ECONOMY: Minister upbeat on future of sector. 293
Police blitz World Cup wifebeaters; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: High profile crackdown targets suspected women-batterers. 260
Police hunt fireball killing clues. 117
pounds 20m hotel and leisure scheme; 250 jobs boost as plan unveiled. 333
pounds 4m car for high Rollers! 187
Prisoner's longer term for drugs. 168
Probe into 'too tired' BA crew. 126
Pupils show the way; DROITWICH. 252
Purac model of good practice. 145
Quiz of the day. 84
Red light for bus lane plan; TRANSPORT: 'Bad value for money' showcase route on hold. 423
RememberWhen? 1986. 96
Return of rickets in Brum. 228
Reviews: Hitting the Heights; WUTHERING HEIGHTS Lichfield Garrick. 241
Reviews: Virtuoso display; CBSO Symphony Hall. 144
Rickets is on rise in Brum; HEALTH: Warning as Victorian disease resurfaces. 339
Row over prize cash for tennis. 163
Rugby League: Kiwis' pledge. 93
Rugby League: Kiwis' pledge. 100
Rugby Union: Baxter off to Stour; PERTEMPS BEES: Departure. 401
School is threatened with axe. 146
School to say fond farewell. 104
School's up and running. 96
Secret's out, and Dave is an MBE! REDDITCH: Community nominates ex-cop for selfless community service. 316
Skate park vandalism condemned; REDDITCH. 153
Snow in summer! SMITHS WOOD: 'Four seasons in one' at new schools. 376
SoapWatch: EMMERDALE. 97
Solihull News: Fears of being 'caught short' MELL SQUARE: MP pans proposal to close public toilets. 350
Solihull News: Paddy goes State-side! BALSALL COMMON: Strongman's New York challenge. 287
Solihull News: Park playtime; KNOWLE PARK. 111
Solihull News: Railway Children on track; BRUETON PARK. 131
Solihull News: School in scholarship joy; SOLIHULL. 129
Solihull News: Young actors turn back clock; LIBRARY THEATRE. 181
South City News: 10k run for new centre; RUBERY. 100
South City News: Can-can students have fun-fun time; EDGBASTON. 140
South City News: Cancer cure goal for Steve; HALL GREEN. 117
South City News: Diploma is grave business; WEOLEY CASTLE. 162
South City News: Phil's a winner in the fast lane; KINGS HEATH: Drifting to victory at the Silverstone race track. 331
South City News: Unlicensed food plant was 'filthy' ACOCKS GREEN: Bogus Halal chicken sold. 308
Speedway: Sluggish Monmore well off the pace. 196
SPIN CITY: Paris wants a music career! 290
Splashing holiday; SOLIHULL. 186
Sporting life for youngsters; SHELDON. 90
Stars turn out for Global Gathering. 288
Stephen's on the run for charity; MARSTON GREEN: Heart patient back on track. 392
Still rockin' after all these years; The Gig Big FOREIGNER Tonight: Civic Hall, Wolverhampton. 339
Still rockin' after all these years; TheGigBig FOREIGNER Tonight: Civic Hall, Wolverhampton. 341
Street upgrade in store; BRIERLEY HILL. 107
Strike threat to postie jobs; ROYAL MAIL: Boss in warning over industrial action. 253
Success is sweet! 285
Supermarket visitors likely to impulse buy. 189
Teen parties at a price. 87
Tell us what's happening where you are. 209
Tell us what's happening where you are. 168
Tell us what's happening where you are. 197
Tell us what's happening where you are. 169
Tell us what's happening where you are. 215
Tell us what's happening where you are. 188
Tell us what's happening where you are. 156
The rhythm of the night. 140
Theatre Listings. 122
Tuck in as your kids play safely. 304
We can all learn a lot from the legacy of leukaemia victim Kevin. 366
Weapon taken off the streets; STAFFORD: Gruesome knuckleduster among amnesty haul. 307
WIN Banks's Bitter. 138
Worker accused of theft. 156
Write to us and win a digital camera. 168
You need a Red Ken, Brum told. 176
You need your own Red Ken, Brum told. 233
Young artists play part in celebrations; EDUCATION. 205
Youngsters in the news; SHELDON: Budding school reporters scoop major prize. 389
Your Nights Out. 91
Your Stars. 729
Ysanne, MBE, is queen of green! LICHFIELD. 136

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