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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (October 3, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
'Anxious' to enter Itaq. 85
25 accused over illegal dog fight. 229
Action vow over blood centre cuts. 192
Age law: Spot the difference; Inside View. 286
Airgun victim lucky to be alive. 204
Anger at new homes project; TAMWORTH: Planners defend controversial housing talks. 311
Antique scam plug is pulled. 130
Arts plan gets the go ahead; STAFFS:Anger over scheme getting cash. 308
Asthma ignorance can kill this winter; HEALTH: National charity launches step-by-step 'how you can help' guide on attacks. 298
Athletics: Aston has high hopes for Ashia. 313
Badminton: Leung at the double. 183
Black Country News: Boffins search for a hi-tech breakthrough; WOLVERHAMPTON. 207
Black Country News: Celebration of culture; HERITAGE. 144
Black Country News: Chance to quiz police officers; WEDNESFIELD. 130
Black Country News: Fireworks warning; SANDWELL: Council promises crackdown. 258
Black Country News: Hunt is on for drug workers; SANDWELL. 103
Black Country News: Lessons in green energy; DUDLEY. 189
Black Country News: Payout for sex claim hairdresser; SEDGLEY. 282
Black Country News: Snape's tea is the reel thing; WOLVERHAMPTON: Film tribute to a Black Country legend. 310
Bobby Dazzlers. 264
Bobby's efforts praised; ASTON: Respect Award for police officer who cleaned up crime hotspot. 264
Boss was stabbed in frenzy; MURDER: Casino man's tragic death. 283
Bring me sunshine; LICHFIELD. 124
Burglars covered in smoke; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Store security upgrade. 272
Cameron: nothing to hide; CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERNCE. 109
CATCH THE ACTION. 89
Central City News: 4x4 giant drive to boost skills; SMALL HEATH: Land Rover are an IT class act for pupils. 328
Central City News: A BIRMINGHAM coffee shop is offering poetry; CANNON STREET. 88
Central City News: Bungling robbers hit worker; SMALL HEATH: Gang take rubbish bags. 178
Central City News: Campaigners Blossoming; NECHELLS: Awards for helping to brighten up neighbourhood. 329
Central City News: Check your heater isn't a killer; SAFETY. 199
Central City News: Ex-pupils reunited; SMALL HEATH. 86
Central City News: Focus on print; EXHIBITION. 87
Central City News: Park cash is approved; EASTSIDE. 131
Central City News: Schools drum up music; SYMPHONY HALL. 286
Centre getting more popular; CANNOCK. 102
Charles comforts wounded; HEALTH: Royal visitors for soldiers. 225
Charlie's charity double; HOLLYWOOD: Night out with glamour twins is top prize in Acorns auction. 296
Charlie's double handful! BARNT GREEN: Teenager's auction prize. 309
Council Jag fury; POLITICS: Outcry as leader takes delivery of new pounds 40,000 official car. 391
Council rapped on OAPs; WALSALL. 167
Cricket: Poonia signs up. 92
Darcey's our little miracle; Real Lives Pregnancy seemed an impossible dream - until IVF treatment lent a helping hand. 1219
Dead Brit soldier is named. 189
Designs on a celebration. 125
Don't let your dog suffer Otis's fate; PETS PLEA: Owners urged to act responsibly after abandoned mastiff is put down. 320
East City News: Centre to help families get on with their lives; SHARD END. 200
East City News: Recycling lessons to take into class; YARDLEY: Primary school pupils pick up green tips from sixth-form college students. 228
Extended ban over booze; TAMWORTH. 135
Eyesore centre to get revamp by council; BARTLEY GREEN. 182
Family tree experts help find roots. 193
FamilyLife: Club Corner. 217
FamilyLife: Connecting children to the world; School Of The Week CHRIST THE KING CATHOLIC PRIMARY, KINGSTANDING. 283
FamilyLife: First cold won't stop Eleanor crawling; New Mum. 357
FamilyLife: Let the Safari Park light up your nights. 146
Farewell to tragic friends; FUNERAL: Thousands due to pay respects. 226
Firms under trend threat; INDUSTRY: Operations 'need to benefit society'. 262
Fishermen under fire over rubbish; STAFFORD. 195
Flooding defences completed. 196
Football Gossip. 170
Football: 'Dirty' Gary is enforcer for Blues says Black. 465
Football: 100 years of ref justice; SPECIAL REPORT For as long as football referees have existed, they have been abused and criticised. At first, they just had to put up with it. Until 1906, that is. Then Birmingham Referees' Association stepped in on their behalf. Brian Halford reports. 1308
Football: Adams reassures England duo. 178
Football: Agathe impresses in stalemate; HINCKLEY 0 VILLA RES 0. 179
Football: Agents may reveal accounts. 285
Football: Craig aiming to put pressure on boss. 397
Football: Davies ready to return. 272
Football: Dynamic duo; McSheffrey gets dirty for Blues. 473
Football: Dynamic duo; Stan the man at Villa. 317
Football: Injured duo cleared to play for Walsall. 240
Football: Lambs double swoop; NON-LEAGUE. 277
Football: Lambs double swoop; NON-LEAGUE. 274
Football: Pearson set to get extra time; ALBION NEWS. 346
Football: Petrov's instant impact; VILLA NEWS. 317
Football: Romulus dream comes to an end; FA CUP. 226
Football: That's smiles better. 313
Football: W&W strike blow for equality as women voted in; Jack HIGH. 430
Football: WAGs at war as Alex sinks claws into Jamelia; FOOTBALL: England star's fiancee hits back after Brum singer's slur on celeb girlfriends. 266
Football: Wolves won't risk Jackie. 235
Football: Young Gun Fab makes his mark; BLUES NEWS. 359
Gang batters cash guard. 182
Grieving gran in hols bomb blast; FAMILY: Aunt loses brother and niece, only to be left terrified in Turkish explosion. 313
Gun killer with a grudge who brought horror to a peaceful people; SCHOOL SLAYINGS: Children die in outrage at Amish community. 495
Gun killer with a grudge who brought horror to a peaceful people; SCHOOL SLAYINGS: Children die in outrage at Amish community. 461
Gun killer with a grudge who brought horror to a peaceful people; SCHOOL SLAYINGS: Children die in outrage at Amish community. 470
Health Midlands: Cook book Of The Week; Assemble - Sensational Food Made Simple by Annabel Langbein (Grub Street, pounds 16.99). 117
Health Midlands: My snoring teenage son is proving a real nightmare; Ask Alan. 236
Health Midlands: New book lifts lid on parents. 211
Health Midlands: Support is key for my 3st weight loss; Fitness. 510
Health Midlands: What should children drink? Ask Sam FOOD STANDARDS. 375
Help for torched boat couple; ARSON: Young offenders institute aids narrowboat owners devastated by arsonists. 440
Hit-run lad so lovely - gran; ACCIDENT: Tribute to victim as neighbours tell of danger road. 279
Hockey: Sutton aim to make an impact. 261
Horse Racing: Pipe has incurable disease. 146
Horse Racing: Pipe has muscle disease. 228
Hotel raided by crowbar gang. 99
Hotline help on hand for UK's forces veterans. 202
Hunt is on for drug workers; SANDWELL. 104
Inside today. 116
Interest rates rise warning. 189
Iraq war casualty a medic. 195
Julie in tour of top college; BROMSGROVE. 190
Kids stamp their feet to the beat. 138
Leader backs road charges; CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERNCE. 311
Letter: Your Say - Blair's record. 95
Letter: Your Say - Bus stop misery. 131
Letter: Your Say - Hospital shame. 85
Letter: Your Say - Isolated youth. 137
Letter: Your Say - Prince disappoints. 92
Letter: Your Say - Show is ballet brilliant. 159
Letter: Your Say - Show is ballet brilliant. 177
Letter: Your Say - Water solution. 82
Letter: Your Say - We want choice. 107
Letter: Your Shout - England must pick Villa ace. 1470
Lions on prowl for bargains; AUCTION. 111
Man jailed for horrific beating. 196
Man terrorised car boss's wife; COURTS: Arrest warrant for businessman after harassment case. 344
Mum, are we nearly there yet? 129
Net gain for players; OLD HILL. 174
New nuclear waste fears; ENVIRONMENT: 13 sites could be dumping grounds. 274
News fit to print... 107
North City News: Burglaries are soaring; ERDINGTON. 140
North City News: Cash boost for community; OSCOTT. 137
North City News: Creative kids take centre stage; CONCERT. 283
North City News: Missing tot found in shop! ERDINGTON. 116
North City News: Seb is a star dinner date; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Sports legend is Tories' guest speaker. 204
North City News: Villa fan Doug has shirty idea for team; ERDINGTON. 87
North City News: Woman denies revenge attack; COURT: Assault claim after victim 'stabbed in the back'. 259
On show at Royal Academy; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 147
Osborne stays firm on tax; CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERNCE. 202
Our Say. 271
PICK OF THE DAY. 107
Pool: Mick's having a ball in America; CASHING IN: Dudley man chalks up success on lucrative circuit. 496
Posh nosh guide dishes up a treat; DINING OUT: Brum's a belting spot to eat, says culinary bible Which? 327
Pregnant mum and son killed at road crossing; Woman dragged 50 metres. 569
Pregnant mum and son killed at road crossing; Woman dragged 50 metres. 691
Pregnant mum and son killed. 530
Profits up for Tesco. 107
Quiz of the day. 86
Raid victim accused of stabbing; COURT: Two trials on 'assault and revenge'. 202
Read all about it! SANDWELL: Old papers are hot news. 244
Receptionist misses payout claim hearing; HOCKLEY. 136
Remember When? 1975. 94
REVIEWS: Bus pass pair can still move; Dave Swarbrick & Martin Carthy HUNTINGDON HALL, WORCESTER. 176
REVIEWS: Romeo flame burns brightly; Romeo and Juliet BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME. 153
Road deaths remembered; KIDDERMINSTER. 159
Row over stab proof vest denial; EXCLUSIVE CRIME: Police ignore safety plea for support officers. 535
Rugby Union: Injuries decimate Robinson's squad. 146
Rugby Union: Maynard: Win was a struggle; BEES: Coach warns that there are no easy games for his men. 401
Rugby Union: Mitchell laments dismal display. 268
Rugby Union: Moseley learn harsh lessons. 312
Sat nav bandits laughing; CAR CRIME: Victims forget serial numbers. 251
Screening call for the over 70s. 132
Shelf life for tiny readers; WORCS. 137
Snooker: Still all White. 107
Soap WatchWatch. 154
Solihull News: College open day for new students; COLLEGE. 142
Solihull News: Green day in store for gardeners; BENTLEY HEATH. 110
Solihull News: Mobile move on violence; CAMPAIGN: Police take to the road over assaults in home. 366
Solihull News: Planning Applications. 256
Solihull News: Randy's rappers poised to shoot; SOLIHULL: Great-gran Althea hoping to film new record's video at Villa Park. 306
South City News: 'Rings road' back in time; LEISURE: Special bus tour of Tolkien haunts. 259
South City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 651
South City News: College stays on track with courses; BORDESLEY GREEN. 174
South City News: Hospitals chief to stand down; SELLY OAK: Trust chairman has mixed feelings about quitting. 299
South City News: School wins high praise; KINGS HEATH. 132
South City News: Society calling budding photographers; HALL GREEN. 144
Spooky castle capers; TAMWORTH CASTLE. 195
Star to play comic hero. 119
Stop ripping off the fans; The Tuesday Rant. 356
Students worth a few quid. 133
Teach Midlands: People really respond if you try to learn their language; DIANE PARKES celebrates World Teachers Day on Thursday by talking to some professionals who have worked in far flung corners of the globe. 679
Teach Midlands: Sharing skills in Malawi. 153
Teach Midlands: Teaching teachers was a challenge. 343
Teacher is locked up for fraud; WOLVERHAMPTON: pounds 45,000 benefit swindle. 340
Tell us what's happening where you are. 168
Tell us what's happening where you are. 281
Tell us what's happening where you are. 113
Tell us what's happening where you are. 216
Tennis: Battling Streetly are single-minded in Euro ambitions; VOLLEYS. 387
The next great Disney bookto add to your collection... 696
The pint with a point. 298
Then & Now; Adam Ruckwood Olympic Swimmer. 169
Thousands to mourn tragic lake deaths; Final farewells for three friends. 356
Today'sTelevision: Pick of the day. 183
Tots start to shape up; NURSERY. 174
Tributes paid to tragic boy. 275
Tributes to tragic boy. 118
Two killed, three injured in pile-up; ACCIDENT: Horror crash on commuter artery paralyses city rush-hour traffic. 232
Uncovered drivers should be exposed. 428
Uni life's swell for surf king; WOLVERHAMPTON. 159
What big teeth you have! ARTS COMPLEX. 244
WIN Banks's Bitter. 141
WIN Beauty and the Beast tickets! Chipper Club. 346
Workplace bullies plea; EMPLOYMENT: City bid to beat office harassment. 268
Your Stars. 772
Your Stars. 769
Youth club all set to re-open; REDDITCH: Popular centre for young people back in business. 271

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