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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (May 24, 2006)

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A family affair; CAMPAIGN: End of an era after four generations if landmark city factory closes. 399
A year's hard work wasted; SUPER-CASINO: Midlands loses out in the race to make UK shortlist. 373
Addicts targets smashed; CAMPAIGN: Drug users try to kick habit. 381
Airport pensions shake-up. 208
Alden: I'm not going quietly; CITY COUNCIL: Sacked leisure chief's last act is to storm out. 384
All shook up at mayor's show! LEISURE: Hits by classic artists one of the high notes of spectacular in park. 300
Ambulance on 999 call in crash. 194
Americans are warned of threat in Japan. 136
Amnesty on knives UK wide. 140
Award is a sign of success. 117
Beauty spot is best for walks. 182
Birthday presents. 100
Black Country News: Bully goes the extra mile; TIPTON. 201
Black Country News: Crackdown on yobs; HALESOWEN. 155
Black Country News: Garden murder charge; WALSALL. 177
Black Country News: I'm losing my battle - Jim, 84. 305
Black Country News: Industry and the young are twin aims; SANDWELL. 300
Black Country News: Inquiry call on blunders; WALSALL: Opposition demands sackings probe. 292
Black Country News: Post worker's pounds 33,000 fraud; STOURBRIDGE: Single mum found job, but still claimed benefit. 261
Bobby Dazzlers. 282
Body found outside pub; CRIME: Mystery after grim discovery in car park. 300
Bonnie likely for chop as Shahbaz quits. 215
Brothers step up - at the double. 189
Brown tax record. 89
Buchanan is slightly rusty; REVIEWS. 193
Builder cheat tricked OAP; SOLIHULL: Man jailed after botched chimney work. 404
Campaign for new eye tests; HEALTH. 224
Cash for training 'ran out' ROVER: 'Fine words' offered ex-workers. 317
Casino bid rivals learn their fate. 266
Casino bidders face first hurdlen; NEC: Advisory Panel set to announce shortlist of leading bids. 299
Central City News: CATHEDRAL. 91
Central City News: City junkies seek help; DRUGS. 200
Central City News: Class act for sick children; HOSPITAL: Youngsters raise cash over Lent. 275
Central City News: Islam course takes off; BORDESLEY. 185
Central City News: Planning Applications. 226
Cheers as key roles are filled. 233
Children see democracy first hand; WEOLEY CASTLE. 112
City nurses in protest. 149
Class act for kids; WALSALL. 154
Closure protest at US embassy. 203
Conservatory to be demolished; PLANNNING. 123
Council runs up train bill. 119
Cricket: Alex in the zone; HOPE: England still interested in Bears ace. 398
Cricket: Ali earns more praise from Manor; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE TWO. 288
Cricket: Bears' decision stumps everyone. 259
Cricket: Change of pitch has six appeal. 249
Cricket: Fast pace kept up by Saints; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE THREE. 233
Cricket: Malinga plays down expectations. 354
Cricket: Marcus likes having 'Edg' SECOND TEST: England ace eager to play at happy hunting ground. 425
Cricket: Rain halts the action at New Road. 182
Cricket: Ram runs riot. 122
Cricket: Rival steals the show from Jaques. 256
Cricket: The day that Murali gave masterc ass. 458
Cricket: Wash-out hits Ambrose comeback. 153
Cricket: Wat-er win for soggy Orton; CRICKET: Coleshill club hit the top BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE ONE. 321
Dartmoor trek challenge. 152
Darts: Pair experience doubles delight in knockout event; DIARY. 467
Dumpers fail to pay fixed fine; REDDITCH: Pair hauled before the courts. 308
Duo forced to quit after fishy tale of bait smuggling; Hook, Line AND SINKER. 429
East City News: Help with diabetes; CASTLE BROMWICH. 166
East City News: Helping hand in wool hunt; YARDLEY. 197
East City News: Money off at fire-hit shop; STECHFORD: Vouchers given to loyal customers. 244
Education reforms over hurdle. 140
Ex-chief in firing line over crisis. 154
Ex-wives win divorce cases; LAW LORDS: Ruling confirms big-money payouts for women. 342
Exams end Brum hopes; SQUASH. 246
Expert attacks pension policy; FINANCE: Governments slammed over retirement issues. 215
Fears of cup fever 'fouls' WORKPLACE: Warning over match days sickness. 310
Festival to boost force; CAMPAIGN: Police to recruit from gay community. 204
Firemen cut wrist bangle. 86
FlightDeals. 254
Football: Albion reject double bid; SPURS OFFER pounds 3.5m FOR DAVIES' WIGAN OFFER pounds 1.75m FOR GERA. 385
Football: Albion reject moves for star duo. 379
Football: Amy up up and away! YOUNG VILLAN JETS OFF TO NEW ZEALAND AFTER FINAL WHISTLE. 350
Football: Blues set to up bid for Jerome. 531
Football: Captain Marvel still my hero. 251
Football: Hendrie stepping up his search. 308
Football: Lee steps up his search; Villa man puts holiday on hold to sort out Premiership future. 462
Football: Lovenkrands heads to Germany. 128
Football: Motor city gears up for World Cup; The Great Escape JON GRIFFIN VISITS STUTTGART AS IT PREPARES TO PARTY. 898
Football: Nigel signs off in style at Phoenix. 448
Football: Northfield clean up in first season; DELIGHT: Move to new league proves inspired for top team. 369
Football: Rooney doctor sacked by Reds. 246
Football: Saddlers fans look to melt the ice. 331
Football: Stay and fight; ALBION: Ellington told he can rediscover his form at The Hawthorns. 479
Football: Thistle scrap Worcester trip; NON-LEAGUE. 168
Football: Tomasz in second Cup snub; WOLVES: Polish call-up hopes finally sunk. 345
Football: YourSport - Famous Rovers return; REUNION: Bellford celebrated their 25th anniversary with some professional help. 408
Four face charges on cell death. 159
Four miles to help kids. 90
Gas raid on soccer ace Vieira. 152
GET A FREE POSTER. 88
Girl, 12, killed by rare virus; INQUEST: Daughter died from pneumonia. 326
Golf: Monty is on lucky course; WENTWORTH: Scot looking for a boost. 210
Half price Mallorca. 190
Holiday Deals. 834
Horse Racing: Stretton to strike again; THE MAIL'S RACING CORRESPONDENT. 91
I like Brum, says bishop; CHURCH: Scotsman is unveiled as Dr Sentamu's successor in city. 469
InsideView: If we can't save HP, then what hope for UK industry? 329
Iron Mike's backing HP. 312
Iron Mike's backing HP; CAMPAIGN: Former world champion joins the fight. 345
Landlords set for a big move; RENTAL PROPERTY: A&J Mucklow relocates and rebrands. 247
Legend in exhibition; STAFFORD. 130
Letter: YourSay - Flat pack future. 309
Letter: YourSay - Minority interest. 171
Letter: YourSay - Respect for our values. 182
Letter: YourSay - Thanks to Ward 17. 91
Letter: YourShoutSpecial: - Blues and Sunderland gave him a temporary reprieve. 124
Letter: YourShoutSpecial: - Feeling about Blues. 178
Letter: YourShoutSpecial: - Kenny Cunningham. 232
Letter: YourShoutSpecial: - Referring to the Villa board. 132
Make Windsor a whine free zone. 317
Make Windsor a whine free zone. 1021
Nine held in terror swoop. 110
North City News: Bridal wear aids children; KINGSTANDING: Hospice's wedding department success. 321
North City News: Builder cheat is jailed; CHELMSLEY WOOD: Man charged pensioner pounds 500 for unnecessary work on chimney stack. 262
North City News: Elvis called on to raise money for youngsters; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 204
North City News: Man is jailed for burglary; KINGSHURST. 317
North City News: MP tied up at the Commons; HODGE HILL. 137
North City News: Spotlight on legend of the Spitfire; ERDINGTON. 220
Offers to hotspots. 116
Office raid in refugee probe. 113
Orchestra places for oboe trio; MUSIC. 153
OurSay. 302
OurSay: Life Sentence. 343
Patrols over spate of thefts from cars; STAFFORD: Police to contact motorists who leave valuables on display. 305
PC fights for gypsy fairness. 116
Pervert jailed over train ad; CRIME: Young girls wanted, graffiti read - to be sold for sex. 347
Please rip down 'danger' railings; ACOCKS GREEN: Families claim 'ugly' barriers increase risk of accidents. 296
pounds 18,000! Ellie's big thank-you; Mail readers' help for meningitis girl. 393
pounds 4,000 fine for Lazeez; MAILBOX: Mice-infested restaurant had to be closed. 318
Pride blossoming; PERRY COMMON: Families come together to celebrate estate transformed. 253
Protest goes to capital; CAMPAIGN: Sauce workers urge US ambassador and UK politicians to help keep factory in Brum. 314
REJECTED; NEC loses super-casino battle. 543
RememberWhen? 1955. 143
REVIEWS: Buchanan is slightly rusty. 193
REVIEWS: Buchanan is slightly rusty; PAUL BUCHANAN Symphony Hall. 189
REVIEWS: Quirky group is unorthodox. 187
REVIEWS: Quirky group is unorthodox; YEAH YEAH YEAHS Carling Academy. 182
Riddle of body in pub car park; Probe after grim find. 299
School 'not giving value for money' WASHWOOD HEATH: Head praised but inspectors call for improvements. 300
School hit by teacher strike; DISPUTE: NUT members stop work for a day in allowances row. 253
Schools re-jig to get the nod; EDUCATION: Tories bail out Government in policy revolt. 331
Selfridges is pretty in pink. 85
Service to increase at New Street. 247
Sex theme park for West End. 490
Snap up a great campaign T-shirt. 81
Solihull Magistrates. 257
Solihull News: Andrew cuts it at college; SOLIHULL: Celebrity stylist passes on his tips. 330
Solihull News: Chilean pupils in class; EDUCATION. 192
Solihull News: Gardening tips to help charity; SHIRLEY. 114
Solihull News: Internet a piece of cake; CAMPAIGN. 148
Solihull News: Planning Applications. 359
Solihull News: Punters snap up sale plants; SOLIHULL. 164
Solihull News: Teen burgled friend's home; CHELMSLEY WOOD: Youth locked up for break-ins. 371
South City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 538
South City News: Campaign for new eye tests; HARBORNE: MP backs fight to introduce screening. 300
South City News: Planning Applications. 398
South City News: Sale for brave Bethanie; EDGBASTON. 172
South City News: Theatre group hits road; EDGBASTON. 153
South City News: Workers in sign quest; MOSELEY: Staff taught to communicate with deaf. 270
Space-age new tour at Cadbury; ATTRACTION: pounds 2m hi-tech exhibit a hit with city children today. 245
Spectacular stage show. 207
Sports stars set for Brum. 182
Staffordshire News: Crime fight hits road; LICHFIELD. 140
Staffordshire News: Media mum in line for award; CHESLYN HAY: Carol on shortlist in national competition. 293
Staffordshire News: Motorists are set for headaches; BASSETTS POLE. 148
Staffordshire News: Murder mystery from Tudor times; ENTERTAINMENT. 113
Staffordshire News: Woman attacked by street flasher; TAMWORTH. 182
Step into a new world of fitness; ROWLEY REGIS. 108
Stilt walker opens homes; KNOWLE. 108
Student stuck down. 181
Table Tennis: Bat's all folks! Table tennis veteran Wilf decides it's time to call it a day at the age of 80. 539
Tell us what's happening where you are. 168
Tell us what's happening where you are. 104
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
This offer's pie in the Sky. 370
Three cheers for team. 104
Three dogs on their shirts; Pooch power boosts England in 2006 World Cup campaign. 374
Three dogs on their shirts; Pooch power boosts England in 2006 World Cup campaign. 374
Travel: All aboard for wine tastings. 120
Travel: Make a splash at half term with Haven. 175
Travel: Trips designed with our readers in mind; Reader Travel. 874
Travel: We love our swim wear. 91
Tree-fall workers 'lucky to be alive' ACCIDENT: Only our roof rack saved us, say pair after crawling out of wreckage. 244
TVChoice: Soap stars in a lather at awards; THE BRITISH SOAP AWARDS 2006 (ITV1 Central, 8pm). 398
Twins promoted - at the double; IRAQ: Midland army brothers become Corporals on the same day. 414
Vow after fighter jets crash. 129
Walking for kids' team. 169
Warning of road chaos; BILSTON: Sewer work set to cause traffic delays. 317
Warning to litter firebugs; CODSALL. 184
Welsh valley ramble. 117
Why isle never forget beautiful Stockholm; YourHoliday READER YVONNE HAIGH WRITES ABOUT HER TRIP TO SWEDEN'S CAPITAL. 788
WIN an amazing fortnight in Kerala. 465
Worcestershire News: Facelift for former allotments; BROMSGROVE. 136
Worcestershire News: Fined for OAP fall; WORCESTER. 142
Worcestershire News: OAP behind supermarket; ARELEY KINGS: 15 new jobs and personal service from Jim, 78. 388
Worcestershire News: Rail crossing safety fears; EVESHAM. 151
Workers in sign quest; HEALTH: Staff taught to communicate with the deaf. 264
Write to us and win a digital camera. 165
Youngsters taking on the arms dealers. 172
Your Stars. 777
YourShoutSpecial: We've all had enough of Blues' games. 445

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