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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (May 4, 2006)

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'Attack' driver is quizzed; HANDSWORTH: Angry family claim frail OAP punched in row over bus times. 292
'Perfect rose' priced at pounds 3m. 193
'Stabbed trying to avoid riot' COURTS:Trio deny Lozells racist murder. 398
2,300 jobs go. 104
9/11 man given life sentence. 183
9/11 man given life sentence. 219
A chance to bloom. 92
A place of beauty with an ugly history; CRIME: Grisly past of Cannock Chase as police uncover body thought to be Gladys Hammond Forensic experts were today continuing to carry out DNA checks on human remains thought to be those of Gladys Hammond, discovered on Cannock Chase. Mail reporters JAMES CARTLEDGE and JUSTIN HALIFAX look at the beauty spot's sinister side. 331
Abigail's our little miracle; HEALTH: Parents' joy after years of trying for a baby. 446
Anger over school axe; BALSALL HEATH: Chief baffled by closure plans. 321
Apprentice call to firms. 186
Asbestos at school gates; HEALTH: Council 'failed to remove hazardous waste'. 356
Ask The DJ. 157
AskThe DJ. 157
Athletics: Games star Chris gets Gateshead call; ATHLETICS. 193
Athletics: Moseley man was class act; ATHLETICS. 407
Back on the stage. 149
Bars And Pubs. 296
Baseball bat attack. 82
Black Country News: College still top of the form; SANDWELL. 309
Black Country News: Drive down memory lane rolling into town; WEST BROMWICH. 253
Black Country News: Fun served for young and old; STOURTON: Tennis club open to all age groups. 283
Bobby Dazzlers. 273
Boss calls on men to raise cash; CHARITY. 170
Boxing: Wayne: I'll put record straight. 365
BROMSGROVE. 85
Buggy is just NOT the ticket; PROBE: Crutches jammed in bus door claim. 304
Call to make limit 20mph. 125
Campaign of racial abuse; WEST BROMWICH: Woman harassed shopkeeper. 197
Carnage in street; DESTRUCTION: Runaway JCB rips off car roofs and smashes into railway bridge. 297
Carrott's Christmas party. 184
Cashing in now I'm thin! FAMILY: Slimline mum helps others lose weight. 356
Central City News: Classes add up. 107
Central City News: Five-a-side boost for homeless; ASTON. 132
Central City News: Garden a blooming marvel; LADYWOOD. 192
Central City News: Man unfairly dismissed; EXCLUSIVE. 269
Central City News: Skilled in the art of signing; HEALTH: Workers communicate better with the deaf. 328
Choir at charity concert; MUSIC. 100
Chris hits the right note. 216
Conmen dupe OAP. 90
Council's food map is praised; HEALTH. 112
Councils to tackle parking; TRANSPORT: Clampdown on motorists. 260
Crash biker is named. 96
Cricket: Bears on Heath watch. 147
Cricket: Freddie: I'm ready to lead England again. 162
Cricket: Hoggard strikes. 127
Cricket: Insole's to fill Marlar shoes. 95
Cricket: Moeen takes centre stage; WARWICKSHIRE: Ali floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee. 379
Cricket: Notts batsmen given warning; CRICKET WARWICKSHIRE: Champions stunned by loss of four early wickets. 382
Cricket: Robert's facing another Key test. 290
Cricket: Tourists ripped open by Lewis. 248
Debt-hit hospital to cut 95 city jobs. 404
Donkey derby. 102
Down to earth with basic food; Bar Review The Corner House, Newhall Street, Birmingham. 378
Driver jailed after chase; HALL GREEN: Pursued man sped past two schools. 401
Duo bid for a lift. 88
Ex-soldier spared jail; KINGSHURST: Second chance after robbing boy. 346
Ex-soldier spared jail; KINGSHURST: Second chance after robbing boy. 322
Express delivery. 91
Factory axe is probed; JOBS: Claims over 'subsidy'. 280
Festival is on a high note; BROMSGROVE: Host of acclaimed artists at showcase. 254
Fight the flab at new toning clinic; SHIRLEY. 144
Firms set for a shock; REGULATIONS: New rules over electrical goods. 324
Football: Award for Mat. 144
Football: Bruce let down by board. 587
Football: Bryan backs Bobby walk; SANDWELL: Albion boss supports cancer charity event. 236
Football: Budget cuts for Hoddle. 403
Football: Duke can be a hero Robson; FOOTBALL ALBION: Ellington tipped to win over the Hawthorns faithful next season. 364
Football: Eriksson's anxious wait on Rooney. 260
Football: Future bright. 128
Football: Gareth: I want to see back of season. 444
Football: Gerrard the tops. 98
Football: Gold: Only the title will do; Chairman's target for Championship challenge. 352
Football: Jonty's double. 181
Football: League crown for cup heroes; CHASETOWN: Football club reach highest point in their history. 336
Football: Leary's looking to extend his stay at Bescot. 205
Football: Nathan can be a hero; Albion boss backing striker to win over Hawthorns fans. 370
Football: Neville in FA attack. 188
Football: No laughing matter. 149
Football: O'Leary: I'm not going anywhere. 187
Football: Pearce is up for it. 133
Football: Pearce: We're ready. 135
Football: Robbo accepts Baggies wage plan. 400
Football: Robson backs the budget; FOOTBALL ALBION: Boss says wage structure helps lay foundations for next season. 404
Football: Sadler backs the changes; FOOTBALL BLUES: Young star says new look squad will have a buzz about it. 539
Football: Show me how good you are! FOOTBALL WALSALL: New boss Money says every player will get a chance. 366
Football: Sky Blues in move for defender. 87
Football: Steve lights up Lamps. 304
Football: Strachan still hopeful over Keane. 95
Football: Striker signed; NON-LEAGUE. 119
Football: Sven: I'll back Mac; SAGA: Boro boss is set to be named as the new England coach. 331
Football: We're a big club - Sav. 176
Football: Wenger backing a Spurs reprieve. 174
Football: Wolves on the cheap; MOXEY: Club has to look to loans, Bosmans and youngsters. 478
Fun weigh to spend a Saturday! HEALTH: Games, dancing... and fat checks. 268
Gaelic is simply great, says MP; ERDINGTON. 103
Glen's on parade for garden duty. 278
Gold: Only the title will do. 306
Golf: Kjeldsen gets off to a flying start in Milan. 457
Golf: Kjeldsen gets off to a flying start in Milan. 366
Golf: Lunt handed R&A captain's position. 141
Golf: Tiger's father; GOLF. 125
Hannah's called to the bar; TVChoice. 442
Head start really works. 319
High life for city centre dwellers; HOUSING: Council's pounds 5.2m facelift to create 'desirable apartments'. 327
Hockey: Sutton girls go one better to secure crown. 359
Hotel in charity cash help; SOLIHULL. 114
Hovis ad is nation's favourite. 213
Hunt for taxi rank attacker; STAFFORD. 81
I owe the surgeons my life, at one stage it really was touch and go... HEALTH: Comic Malcom Stent tells of the routine op that nearly ended in tragedy. 452
Ian may go far in travel. 215
InsideView: One road tragedy is enough, families. 287
Insurers to fight asthma claims; HEALTH: Powertrain payouts battle. 248
Is PC suspect in homeland? CRIME: Fugitive Jamma may have fled to 'dangerous' Somalia. 352
Jail drug woman wanted. 87
Jennie's set for garden treat. 217
Jo becomes a love guru. 125
Jobless secure new careers. 123
Julie plays it smart. 246
Kids get a better deal. 215
Lessons are healthy sign; HEALTH: Workers communicate better with the deaf. 333
Letter: Your Shout - Bye bye Blues, I'm outta here! 80
Letter: Your Shout - FOLLOWING this season's poor performances. 153
Letter: Your Shout - GREAT news that Mr Peace interrupted his Caribbean. 93
Letter: Your Shout - I AM a veteran supporter (59 years). 121
Letter: Your Shout - LET'S not beat about the bush. 142
Letter: Your Shout - READING David Sullivan's comments. 141
Letter: Your Shout - THE board is to blame for relegation. 107
Letter: Your Shout - VILLA beat Blues twice this season. 104
Letter: YourSay - Blooming great. 99
Letter: YourSay - City's a real mess. 138
Letter: YourSay - Grubby grounds. 123
Letter: YourSay - No deterrent. 115
Letter: YourSay - Pensions crisis. 175
Letter: YourSay - Record's no cause for pride. 132
Local issues dominate on polling day. 286
London gets a piece of Brum's club scene. 270
Lucky number 37 for bands. 271
M&B 'no' to pounds 2.7bn bid; TAKEOVER: Brum pubs group rejects Iranian offer. 305
Making sure the politicians fulfill their early promise. 409
Man beaten by fire thug; CRIME: Hoodie attacks worker before torching shop. 209
Man freed on bail. 119
Maps for walks and rides; BROMSGROVE. 184
Memory lane to be laid in village park; KNOWLE: Work due to start on path dedicated to residents, pets and anniversaries. 240
Moon walk at 3D show. 82
Motor Sport: Kimi hoping for less drama. 232
My journey of adventure; LEARNING ZONE. 340
New scans can boost cancer care. 185
North City News: Bling to boost hospice funds; ERDINGTON: Jewellery recycling scheme is launched in city. 234
North City News: MP arms trade appeal; WYLDE GREEN. 193
North City News: Planning Applications. 89
North City News: Plea for bloomin' help; ERDINGTON. 209
North City News: Pole leaves OAP fuming; KINGSTANDING: Guard rail part dumped in garden. 272
North City News: Students in production awards joy; KINGSTANDING. 115
Nursery is top of class; DORRIDGE: Inspectors praise pre-school group. 359
Nursery offers a real bright start; DUDLEY. 107
Our Choice. 161
OurSay. 297
Ozone layer 'recovers'. 210
Pair hurt as car hits shops. 224
Park wins a place in new guide. 135
Phil helps old toys spring back to life; NOSTALGIA: Chad Valley children's favourites go on show in library. 384
Pitching in for charity; CHADWICK END. 199
Poets do battle for coffee title. 116
Poets in spotlight; MARTINEAU PLACE. 130
Police guard poll stations; ELECTIONS: Move to clamp down on vote rigging in the city. 338
Police help fight against school bullies. 161
Police in bid to increase volunteers; CRIME. 139
Police launch hi-tech war on car thieves; SANDWELL. 234
Police to guard against vote rigging. 288
pounds 1,000 to find bus driver's attacker. 355
Preacher's health bid. 86
Promise of cash boost. 128
Quiz of the day. 118
Rate cut is rejected. 143
Reaching for the stars; HALL GREEN. 110
Relief as body finally located. 193
RememberWhen? May 1926. 121
Residents urged to get walking; WORCESTERSHIRE. 180
Reviews: Great vibrations. 192
Reviews: Ravishing Ravel. 164
Riot attack murder was 'wicked' act; COURT: 'Total stranger' stabbed through the heart. 615
Say hello to our top tots; COMPETITION: Mail winner Jake meets runners-up. 269
Scientists create mice with autism. 135
Soft landing for carpets; INDUSTRY: Regulations to cushion import impact. 289
Solihull Magistrates. 336
Solihull News: Community centre opens; DORRIDGE. 97
Solihull News: KNOWLE. 93
Solihull News: Planning Applications. 233
Solihull News: Skilled in the art of signing; HEALTH: Workers communicate better with the deaf. 347
South City News: Cemetery bid; BRANDWOOD. 90
South City News: Joint effort to clean up the streets; SELLY OAK. 168
South City News: Sisters full of beans... NORTHFIELD: Healthy career switch as pair set up coffee shop. 294
South City News: Solihull Magistrates. 130
Swim team's best of QUEST; LANGLEY. 140
Tackle fatties, GPs are urged. 125
Tell us what's happening where you are. 133
Tell us what's happening where you are. 230
Tell us what's happening where you are. 172
Tell us what's happening where you are. 173
Tell us what's happening where you are. 194
Tell us what's happening where you are. 161
Tennis: Serena blow. 80
The aisles of Paris. 153
The car boss in front 'is a groper'. 104
The probe that melts tumours. 323
Thief almost ruins Mystery Jets' day; The Gig Big MYSTERY JETS. 312
Top honour is boost for city school's status; SMALL HEATH. 154
Town on right path to a better future; WALSALL. 160
Traders back fight to cut sat nav crime; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 97
Travel snub for disabled at stations; RAIL: 'No access' blight continues as region ignored. 272
TV Ruth reaches the final; WOLVERHAMPTON: Wannabe Apprentice one step away from job with Sir Alan. 282
Victims in libel action. 140
Villagers use flower power; YOXALL. 119
Villagers vow to fight last orders; DODFORD: Outrage in community as landlords ordered to close pub by owners. 316
Waiting game for deliveries. 148
Ward for elderly set to be closed; WEST HEATH: Beds to go as hospital makes cutbacks to cope with cash crisis. 322
Warning on drugs. 195
We're crazee with delight! PUB: Slade's derelict old haunt to go 'within days'. 366
We're off to meet Queen; WEDNESFIELD. 80
Wife's pounds 22,000 sting; COURT: Student who fiddled loan in her husband's name escapes prison. 328
WIN Banks's Bitter. 138
WIN VIP tickets to see The Charlatans; Night Life Music. 370
Wogan to host Spitfire spectacular; WESTON PARK. 174
Working classes. 88
Write to us and win a digital camera. 165
Yob brought to justice by mum; VANDALISM: Woman carrying Mail article takes boy to police. 315
You say: Make it a law to go green; CLIMATE: Majority back changes. 190
Your Stars. 781

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