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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (May 16, 2006)

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'All I could hear was him calling for mum' COURT: Custody death man's sister says she expected an ambulance - not police. 495
'Ear's a booming sound idea to keep traffic wardens busy. 409
'Flagship' is failing pupils; EDUCATION: Special measures for specialist college. 298
'Wilson's gravy' is soaked in history. 182
A chance to excel with xL; Prince's Trust 30th anniversary. 204
A million fake cigs uncovered; CRIME: Airport crackdown on counterfeit goods. 256
Amputee conquers Everest. 188
Ask Alan; Answering your child health queries. 235
Baggies legend opens centre; OLDBURY. 150
Ban fails to hit earnings; LEISURE: Pub giant takes Scottish smoke rule in stride. 315
Benefit cheat is spared jail; CHELMSLEY WOOD: Claims despite pounds 200,000 accident payout. 352
Benefit cheat is spared jail; CHELMSLEY: Claims despite pounds 200,000 payout. 291
Bike Racing: Star Karlsson's in unbeatable form; SPEEDWAY. 151
Birmingham Magistrates. 281
BLACK COUNTRY News: Chinese links reach decade. 198
Black Country News: Healthy eating tips for pupils; TIPTON. 145
Black Country News: Motorists hit with pounds 30 fines; WALSALL: Drivers are targeted in illegal parking crackdown. 276
BLACK COUNTRY News: Pupils on the road for health; SANDWELL. 274
BLACK COUNTRY News: Thriller author to speak on books; WEDNESBURY. 130
Black Country News: Tom's a real high-flyer in Government; WEST BROMWICH. 207
BNP party in show of defiance. 336
BNP's show of defiance; POLITICS: Vote-row councillor attends first meeting. 438
Bobby Dazzlers. 265
Bosses 'backtrack' on Proper British; CAMPAIGN: Heinz accused of hypocrisy over sauce marketing campaign. 338
Boxing: County juniors stun champions on home turf; Jack HIGH. 420
Boxing: Harrison sorry. 124
Breast cancer walk sees Stuart get in the pink; Fitness. 474
Butcher to spend life in prison. 271
By gum, it's sticky in BB house today; TOWN CENTRE: Solihull recruits TV show to give litterbugs something to chew on. 222
Calls for decision over 999 merger; STAFFORDSHIRE: Campaigners urge minister to end all the speculation. 330
Cash boost for hotline. 91
Cash helps net umpires for hockey; WALSALL. 198
Cash helps net umpires for hockey; WALSALL. 192
Catch of the Day; FamilyLife. 210
Caterers enjoy sweet success; STAFFORD. 82
Central City News: 'Crime' club in all-night drinks bid; SMALL HEATH. 153
Central City News: Chemistry day at uni; ASTON. 138
Central City News: Council to slash costs; CITY CENTRE: Buildings to go in pounds 137.5m cuts. 229
Central City News: Death of man is a mystery; WITTON. 187
Central City News: Home-grown art in pride of place; CITY CENTRE. 86
Central City News: Pamela's offer to city artists; STIRCHLEY. 84
Central City News: Postal bus axe plan is licked; HODGE HILL. 254
Central City News: School choir sings way to top prize; EDGBASTON. 141
Central City News: Spirits up for grave concert; HOCKLEY: Friends of cemetery organise musical fund-raiser. 327
Century of great escapes; FAMILY: Centre offering welcome retreat for families celebrates centenary. 335
Childcare minefield; FamilyLife LEARNING: So who will YOU leave holding the baby? 86
Church efforts earn praise; YARDLEY. 138
Cigarette sparked tragedy. 170
Cigarettes are stolen; REDNAL. 87
City family flees blaze. 94
Civil war in the House; WEST BROMWICH. 114
Civil war in the House; WEST BROMWICH. 115
Comic digest with Digance; REDDITCH. 162
Cookbook Of The Week; FRESH THAI by Oi Cheepchaiissara (Hamlyn, pounds 16.99). 119
Coral hit by global warming. 173
Council seeks views on future of baths; BALSALL HEATH: Heritage Lottery funding bid to restore complex is prepared. 321
Cricket: Flintoff: We'll bounce back; TEST: Skipper insists draw has not dented confidence. 406
Cricket: Harshad turns on the power; CLUB CRICKET. 322
Cricket: Sri Lanka's nine lives. 296
Cricket: Streak learns Trophy lesson; C&G FAILURE: Misfiring Bears have to improve one-day act. 349
Doug: I'm right to keep O'Leary. 135
Dreams realised; Charity has helped thousands of young people to succeed in life. 503
East City News: Centre set for facelift; SHELDON: Complex closed as part of service shake-up. 257
East City News: Jumping high to help heart charity; KITTS GREEN. 100
East City News: Pub in Marley tribute; SHELDON. 89
EU ruling on NHS delays; HEALTH: UK must foot surgery bill if patients go abroad. 430
Ex-council boss set for payout. 240
Ex-council boss set for payout. 241
Exceptional quality of life the aim; STAFFS. 144
Exercise for all that keeps you supple. 699
Faithful are paying the price of failure. 506
Fans can't be bothered. 522
Feminist to start week; EDUCATION: Germaine Greer to give talk in city. 322
Football: Ballack mission. 97
Football: Barnsley delight. 103
Football: Doyle signs up for two years. 82
Football: End of the World for shattered Frankowski. 340
Football: Mario: I gave it my all for Blues; MELCHIOT: Defender set for summer move on Bosman free. 460
Football: Mario: We didn't learn our lesson. 473
Football: Money is the right man for the job, insists Bonser. 258
FOOTBALL: O'Leary cleared to build at Villa; ELLIS: Chairman gives boss his backing. 336
Football: O'Leary cleared to build at Villa; ELLIS: Chairman gives the boss his backing. 497
Football: O'Leary is man to rebuild Villa; ELLIS: Board unanimous in keeping Irishman at helm. 561
Football: O'Leary is man to rebuild Villa; ELLIS: Board unanimous in keeping Irishman at helm. 534
Football: Only way is up for Kuszczak; ALBION: Keeper called into World Cup squad as Dudek dumped. 399
Football: Poles apart - Kuszczak called up for Cup challenge. 462
Football: Sky Blues lead the chase for Cameron. 228
Football: Sven puts his shirt on Rooney. 194
Free alarms to protect sheds; CRIME: Police to install security devices in anti-burglary drive. 258
From balmy to barmy! WEATHER: May days are blazing hot one minute and cold and damp the next. 388
Frozen food quandary; Ask Sam. 355
Gardeners all set to pitch in; STAFFORD. 136
Getting to grips with your gripes; WEST BROMWICH. 137
Girls belt it out for Becks' boys; WORLD CUP: Moseley musicians write anthem for football's showpiece in Germany. 442
Helping hand to a brighter future; Prince's Trust 30th anniversary. 173
Hollie's gift a touching tale; HEDNESFORD: Sensory garden for tot who can't talk or see. 313
Hospice bed crisis; HEALTH: Closures at sick kids' centres. 302
How you can back The Prince's Trust; Prince's Trust 30th anniversary. 267
HP Sauce fight goes to No.10. 457
InsideView: City must speak with one voice. 360
Inspector created false offences. 289
Joan in hunt to rehouse threads; WEOLEY CASTLE. 121
JUNE 3rd; EXCLUSIVE That's date of Mail's march to save HP Sauce. 858
Just like watching Brazil! GREAT BARR: Dedicated pupil is youngest award winner of soccer skills award. 318
Knife man in raid at newsagent; BROMSGROVE. 166
Knife threat looms large for officers. 308
Knife threat looms large; CRIME: Blade is main risk posed to police officers. 351
Lawn Tennis: Ellie off to a flyer in bid for Grand Prix; Tennis VOLLEYS. 348
League: Ballack in trophy hunt. 82
Let's give hope to the hoodies; Prince's Trust 30th anniversary. 564
Letter: HP to Holland is terrible. 105
Letter: Your Shout Special - Berson, Djemba-Djemba. 173
Letter: Your Shout Special - David O'Leary. 176
Letter: Your Shout Special - George Burley. 96
Letter: Your Shout Special - JUAN Pablo. 159
Letter: Your Shout Special - MR O'Leary. 95
Letter: YourSay - Basic irritant. 121
Letter: YourSay - Blue meanies. 109
Letter: YourSay - Born to be good friends. 228
Letter: YourSay - British National Party received so many votes. 86
Letter: YourSay - End of the line? 128
Letter: YourSay - Parties to blame. 99
Letter: YourSay - School bus hell. 128
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - Mr Gold refer to Kenny Cunningham. 115
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - Thank the Blues board. 195
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - The loyal Blues following at Bolton. 181
Letter: YourShoutSpecial - What would have happened if Steve Bruce had been sacked? 107
Magical shows for free; THEATRE. 130
Making sense of childcare choices. 1184
Money is the right man for the job, insists Bonser. 258
More special days get the green light; CASTLE VALE. 164
MP blasts women's pay; EQUALITY. 138
MP puts himself in picture; WYLDE GREEN. 112
MPs take campaign to London. 315
My fiance's first love is football. 360
Mystery shrouds man's death. 192
NewMembers; FamilyLife. 93
No to pounds 50m leisure bid; STADIUM: Government rejects Redditch plan. 315
Non-League: Brindley back as No.2 at Yeltz. 226
North City News: Hotel helps needy kids; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 174
North City News: It's uphi going in bike epic; SHARD END. 248
North City News: Post bus axe plan is licked; HODGE HILL: Tesco agrees to carry on ferrying PO customers. 232
North City News: There, that smile's better; CHELMSLEY WOOD. 197
OAP defiant in home battle. 388
OK, now this is War-wicks! REDDITCH: Battle begins to stop border raids on Worcs pupils. 311
Open day that a splash. 80
Orrie opens wide for the zoo dentist. 167
OurSay: DON'T blame us. 313
Patients sick of phone charges; CAMPAIGN: Anger over cost of phoning from hospital bed. 359
Phone theft adds up to pounds 390m. 147
Planning Applications. 166
Potter's booked in for a real fight; STAFFS. 158
Powell's history of mental illness. 333
Property is burgled for second time. 120
Pupils help win award for project; BORDESLEY GREEN. 116
Pupils rescue egg from park's pond; EDUCATION: Baby coot hatches after quick-thinking students wade into water. 400
Purge on buildings; POLITICS: Council property empire slashed. 225
Questions on Iraqi war deaths. 153
Questions on war deaths. 164
Quiz of the day. 108
Radiohead rock out; REVIEWS' Radiohead CIVIC HALL, WOLVERHAMPTON. 191
Red light man fails in appeal; PENN: Kerb crawling conviction upheld by court. 354
Remember When?: May 2001. 124
Rescuers in pledge over firm; JOBS: Button maker to keep manufacture in city. 301
REVIEWS: Carl's Pretty good; Dirty Pretty Things WULFRUN HALL, WOLVERHAMPTON. 141
REVIEWS: Radiohead rock out. 193
REVIEWS: Rock'n'roll thrills and free kebabs; The Charlatans CARLING ACADEMY BIRMINGHAM. 161
REVIEWS: Texas continue to delight. 189
Robber's jailed for 14 years; PERSHORE:'Gentlemanly' raider convicted. 306
Room share fear at Fred West hostel. 169
Rubbish truck hits house. 142
Rugby Union: Rugger lads put the boot into Italy. 206
Rugby: Catt back to steady the England ship. 316
Savings raided to fund lifestyle; FINANCE: Brummies dipping in to keep current accounts afloat. 278
Scheme really means business; Prince's Trust 30th anniversary. 86
School Of The Week; LONGWILL PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR DEAF CHILDREN Longwill Primary School for Deaf Children Where: Bell Hill, Northfield Pupils: 50 aged 2-11 Head teacher: Mrs Babs Day Contact: 364
Seafood festival at restaurant; KNOWLE. 134
Search for city talent. 103
Search is on for murder weapon. 199
Sex offender groped girl, 15, in his car; COURTS. 182
Shooting man to be sentenced. 162
SmallTalk; Pupils at Nonsuch Primary School, Woodgate Valley, on what they like best about school... 133
Smoke detector is family's life-saver; FIRE: Elderly father praised for safety measures that came to rescue in house blaze. 359
Solihull News: 'Robbie' in the park; KNOWLE. 140
Solihull News: Dog show to be star attraction; MARSTON GREEN. 136
Solihull News: Knowledge for families to chew over; HEALTH: Mobile dental vans in Smile campaign. 262
Solihull News: Leave car and walk to school; ENVIRONMENT. 159
Solihull News: My boots are just the ticket; PARK VIEW: Bus driver Keith's coast-to-coast trek to aid centre. 414
Solihull News: Net gain in fight for fit families; RECREATION. 157
Solihull News: Read all about it at news shop; SOLIHULL. 99
Solihull News: Stage set for sky dreamers; SOLIHULL. 135
South City News: Carnival facing axe threat again; WEOLEY CASTLE. 169
South City News: Charity launches language project; HARBORNE. 92
South City News: Move over Ronaldinho! KINGS HEATH: Futebol-crazy Callum's ace at keepy-uppy. 338
South City News: Top marks for pupils; QUINTON. 190
South City News: US couple want to see their Brum chums; KINGS HEATH. 94
Squash: Palmer to miss Priory semi crunch. 193
Strumming up support. 108
Success is our goal; Prince's Trust 30th anniversary. 159
Tai Chi is just what the doctor ordered. 465
Take each phase as it comes... New Mum. 356
Talk of invasion in the church hall; QUINTON. 94
Technician had sex in car with girl, 15; HODGE HILL. 161
Technician had sex with underage girl; HODGE HILL. 188
Tel's world of winners and losers; TV Choice BOOM BANG A BANG: 50 YEARS OF EUROVISION (BBC1, 10.35pm). 384
Tell us what's happening where you are. 220
Tell us what's happening where you are. 201
Tell us what's happening where you are. 160
Tell us what's happening where you are. 192
Tell us what's happening where you are. 229
Tell us what's happening where you are. 173
Texas continue to delight fans; TEXAS NEC Arena. 188
They sound like a class act. 161
They will, they will rock you. 90
This trio are Jammin'. 174
Threat from flu epidemic; INDUSTRY: Firms not prepared for influenza outbreak. 288
Time runs out for tax. 97
Tributes to respected judge, 81. 159
Two die on roads. 129
Vandals trash garden work; CRIME: Allotment plots for disadvantaged people are destroyed. 304
Volcano is still danger to villagers. 182
Volunteers get involved on big day; Prince's Trust 30th anniversary. 107
Wage paying changes hands. 105
We're working as a team; Prince's Trust 30th anniversary. 95
Where there's a Will... there's a poptastic 30th birthday party! Prince's Trust 30th anniversary. 217
WIN Banks's Bitter. 138
WIN HARIBO party at Megabowl! FamilyLife Chipper Club. 317
Windfalls spruce up landscape; DUDLEY: Schemes give communities a boost. 271
Windfalls spruce up landscape; DUDLEY: Schemes give communities a boost. 268
Worries about tomboy. 154
Write to us and win a digital camera. 165
X-Men beat the bullies. 187
You're Stars. 729
Your Stars. 773

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