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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (September 6, 2006)

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111 million thank yous! RETAIL: Brum's world-famous Bullring complex celebrates a customer milestone. 335
111,000,000 thank yous! RETAIL: Brum's world-famous Bullring complex celebrates a customer milestone. 335
A British classic with fun for all the family; Holiday At Home Neil Elkes discovers there is more to Norfolk than boating. 771
A hub cap and a washer . . . those were the days! Hook, Line AND SINKER. 465
A&E cuts are to go ahead. 285
Baby unit hit after hospital job cuts. 342
Bag to meet new flight requirements; REDDITCH. 192
Band turns it round and gives a show; REVIEW The Mail's Music Man Andy Coleman gives his verdict on Purplemelon's Barfly debut. 239
Black Country News: Anger after accountant course axed; SANDWELL. 185
Black Country News: Coffee couple full of beans; STREETLY: Husband and wife aim to beat their record. 281
Black Country News: Dad killed for a pittance: QC; WALSALL: Jury told of frenzied assault with brick on drinking pal. 347
Black Country News: No charge after gran attacked; NETHERTON. 184
Black Country News: Probe is launched into pool tragedy; WALSALL: Safety experts to investigate why father-of-three drowned. 252
Black Country News: School welcomes new head; WEDNESBURY. 160
Black Country News: Study on why voters can't be bothered; SANDWELL. 200
Black Country News: Town revamp firm a winner; WALSALL. 213
Black Country News: Wheelchair OAP rescued; BLOXWICH. 97
Black Country News: Write stuff to celebrate 100 years; WEST BROMWICH. 107
Blair's allies confirm exit; POLITICS: New leader 'in place within 12 months'. 340
Blind driver 'instructor' case needs interpreter. 174
Bobby Dazzlers. 281
Boxing: Spencer's champs pack a real punch; Maypole score a hat-trick. 396
Boy fights for his life. 96
Brits behind on buy-outs; INDUSTRY: Europe surges ahead on corporate disposals. 294
Brum's big wheel has run its course; LANDMARK: Centenary Square attraction is dismantled to be sent Down Under. 436
Bus cuts 'will hit patients' TRANSPORT: Sick facing 'traumatic journeys'. 254
Can five become the new Fab Four? MUSIC: Birmingham club helping group on the long and winding road to stardom FIFTY years after The Cavern opened in Liverpool and spawned an unknown band called The Beatles, a Birmingham club is helping a new group to take the rock world by storm. Can history repeat itself? GRAHAM YOUNG reports. 312
Cathedral purge on wrecker gangs. 230
Central City News: A taste of movies in the making; CITY CENTRE. 106
Central City News: Kick-off for Gabby and Liam show; ASTON. 274
Central City News: New chief to promote city regeneration; SMALL HEATH. 166
Central City News: Spot faces from past; ARCADE. 118
Central City News: The shape of things to come; BRINDLEYPLACE: Last piece in showpiece jigsaw. 268
Chance to make bowling pals; SHIRLEY. 80
Changing face of our city; TVChoice. 699
Chef Gary's really hot stuff! MOSELEY. 177
Consultation on hospital merger; HEALTH: Familes have say over bid to beat cash crisis on the wards. 249
Cop means business. 135
Cops make speed plea to bikers; ROADS: Help cut the death toll, officers urge. 279
Couple in carjacking ordeal. 208
Cricket: Church seek a safety route; WORCESTERSHIRE LEAGUE. 219
Cricket: Dorridge title hopes hit by Penn; B'HAM LEAGUE DIVISION TWO. 297
Cricket: Duo back for Pears. 124
Cricket: Hopkins has six appeal for Nuneaton; WARWICKSHIRE LEAGUE. 269
Cricket: Marcus upsets England plans; ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL: Trescothick wants to miss ICC Trophy. 304
Cricket: Redditch fear despite win; B'HAM LEAGUE DIVISION THREE. 205
Cricket: Shoaib under scrutiny. 224
Cricket: Strauss looks for positives; ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL: England fall to another defeat. 307
Cricket: Streak set to keep captaincy. 334
Cricket: Stressed Marcus out of ICC Trophy. 173
Cricket: Trott trip blocked. 103
Cricket: Walmley stars are big bonus; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE DIVISION ONE Dynamic duo put Unity's attack to the sword. 414
Darts: McFarlane magic ensures top spot in race for league; DIARY. 448
Death fear drug dealer loses fight; CRIME: Prisoner to be deported to Jamaica. 271
Dish of the day in business class. 139
Driver hunt after crash into wall; WALSALL. 190
East City News: Coffee morning boost for patients; SHELDON. 80
East City News: Quiet place to blitz homework; STECHFORD. 91
East City News: Shaping up to be a healthy success; SHARD END. 215
East City News: Top note for bank workers; YARDLEY: Staff transform school music. 232
Feast at the table of kings; SUTTON. 152
Football Gossip. 125
Football: Baros vows to continue Villa career. 359
Football: Blues duo impress Whild; NON-LEAGUE. 163
Football: Blues rescue point; BLUES RES 2 HUDDERSFIELD 2. 129
Football: Charlie in the action. 252
Football: Coach Spink impressed by work of Art. 430
Football: Five-star Rom-p. 119
Football: I'm committed to Villa - Baros; Striker raring to go for new boss O'Neill. 438
Football: Kilkenny the star as Blues snatch point; BLUES RES 2 HUDDERSFIELD 2. 164
Football: Koumas attitude pleases Robson; ALBION NEWS. 418
Football: Koumas set for surprise return; Welsh ace may be on bench against Foxes. 408
Football: McClaren's in a no-win situation. 319
Football: Mick: No need for signings; WOLVES NEWS. 350
Football: Money is still after a striker; WALSALL: Boss determined to strengthen front-line at Bescot. 358
Football: No favours for old pal; ALBION NEWS. 375
Football: No favours from Robinson. 227
Football: Player of the month (August) - BLUES; The Mail writers reveal their star men. 81
Football: Player of the month (August) - VILLA; The Mail writers reveal their star men. 194
Football: Player of the month (August) - WOLVES; The Mail writers reveal their star men. 95
Football: Sanchez looking to lift the Irish. 199
Football: Target man is the goal for Saddlers. 326
Football: Taylor's Euro bid on knife-edge. 174
Football: Teenager impresses Spink. 167
Football: Weir joins elite band of Scots. 295
Football: Wide boys are key for Macca; EURO 2008 QUALIFIER: Downing and Gerrard can pull strings. 368
Football: Young-gun Gareth impresses Tosh; WALES 0 BRAZIL 2. 202
Free advice for budding artists. 84
FREE book to start your collection of children's encyclopaedias; Disney. 218
Fundraising in memory of gran Elsie; ACOCKS GREEN: Family devastated over loss. 254
Fury as Blues pupils forced to wear Villa colours; EXCLUSIVE EDUCATION: Parents slam uniform change at school in shadow of St Andrew's. 562
Girls' garden tribute opens; VICTIMS: TV star Sir Trevor unveils peace memorial. 339
Girls' garden tribute opens; VICTIMS: TV star Sir Trevor unveils peace memorial. 365
Golf: Skipper gets Garcia boost; RYDER CUP: Spaniard's backing Woosnam to do 'a good job'. 385
Good times ahead for the millionaire OAPs. 96
Grand day out for cyclists; SOLIHULL. 118
Handset's handy for travellers. 211
Have a say over hospitals' merger; SUTTON: Chance to speak out on plans for Good Hope and Heartlands. 270
Horse Racing: Your Top Tipsters. 121
Hospital crisis after job cuts; BABY CARE: Beds left empty every time a nurse is off. 352
I'm a cruising convert' FACTFILE. 91
Inside today. 109
Irish eyes smiling at ArtsFest; DIGBETH. 157
Judge awards Molly to dad; CUSTODY: Court backs Pakistani in tug-of-love battle with Scot. 290
Last Minute Deals; Flight Deals. 260
Last Minute Deals; Holiday Deals. 855
Lawn Tennis: Murray gets a let-off. 211
Letter to get wife sacked; COURTS: Murder trial jury told of student visa claims. 363
Letter: Cheapening life. 160
Letter: Skills worry. 169
Letter: Too many already. 83
Letter: Your Say - Clamp outrage. 142
Letter: Your Say - Junk means jobs. 82
Letter: Your Say - Kerb misery. 143
Letter: Your Say - Pledges hard to swallow. 99
Letter: Your Shout - Here's my plan to save football. 146
Letter: Your Shout - LOOK at West Ham, Wigan and Portsmouth. 81
Make it a day to remember; Holiday park's pink elephant is celebrating her birthday. 219
Man 'used net for death tips' COURTS: Husband denies murdering his estranged wife. 335
Mark's on snake trail; CHALLENGE: TV wildlife man to confront venemous reptiles days after tragedy. 323
Marty's bouncing in; REDDITCH. 106
Midlands MPs lead rebellion. 177
Minister in clean sweep. 136
Monday markets are go; STAFFORD. 104
Monkeys are the business. 83
Mucklow in profits leap; RESULTS: Developer set to expand after bumper year. 221
New life for old Beatties. 234
No headline news in safer workplaces; InsideView. 316
North City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 587
North City News: Brushing up on healthy teeth; NEW OSCOTT. 148
North City News: Graham the Cisco kid! SUTTON: From insurance salesman to troubleshooter. 235
North City News: Help us in the war on cancer; STREETLY: Couple's plea for community to boost fundraising. 292
North City News: Home gets cash boost after jump; WYLDE GREEN. 167
North City News: Sounds of the Sixties; SUTTON. 86
North City News: Spitfire ace has library in his sights; CASTLE BROMWICH. 91
Nursery place up for grabs. 110
Obesity threat to sight. 153
Our Say. 298
Pair held over theft of horse. 167
Parents tribute to 'special' son; FAMILY: Heartbreak after cyclist killed in collision with a lorry. 309
Pick of the day. 181
PICK OF THE DAY; Live International Football (Sky Sports 3, 4.00pm). 108
Police blitz on sat nav thefts; CRIME: Poster crusade urges dozy drivers to beat raiders REMOVE IT OR LOSS IT. 405
Quiz of the day. 90
Rebel MP resigns in protest over Blair; Midland Minister urges PM to go. 472
Remember When? September 1972. 83
Rugby Union: Sevens heaven. 111
Rugby Union: Sevens heaven. 94
September Santa! 251
Shake-up to unclog city artery. 167
Ship's like Las Vegas-on-Sea; Great Escape. 826
Sir Paul is still a man in a million. 128
Sir Paul's the man for us. 217
Soap Watch. 133
Solihull News: Derelict hotel is torched; OLTON: Third arson attack after plan rejected. 317
Solihull News: Dog's life at family show; BENTLEY HEATH. 91
Solihull News: New club for children opens doors; SHIRLEY. 106
Solihull News: Panto tickets are up for sale; SOLIHULL. 111
Solihull News: Show's on the road; NEC. 102
Solihull News: Spitfire ace has library in his sights; CASTLE BROMWICH. 88
Solihull News: Star quality for festival; ARTS COMPLEX: Famous faces are the highlights of showcase. 283
Solihull News: Vandals' mindless rampage; CRIME: Council condemns destruction of pitch and putt base. 269
Solihull News: Veggies in crusade; MELL SQUARE. 93
Solihull News: Walkers step out for heart charity; KINGSHURST. 115
South City News: Back into the world of work; HALL GREEN. 117
South City News: Beryl: I talk to the animals... HARBORNE/EDGBASTON: Veteran launches new projects. 263
South City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 588
South City News: Market to be 'saviour' HARBORNE: Farmers' produce set for sale on High Street. 281
South City News: Police plea over man attack claim; FRANKLEY. 149
South City News: Work starts to demolish Rover works; LONGBRIDGE. 147
Speedway: Adams: Play-off hopes out of our hands. 197
Speedway: Wolves battle on. 198
Spice is right for charity; TRUST: Mail charity given pounds 2,500 boost CHARITY TRUST. 262
Spice is right for charity; TRUST: Mail charity given pounds 2,500 boost. 262
Staffordshire News: Canoeists eye new park HQ; STONE. 111
Staffordshire News: Medals glory for stadium fight club; PLANNING: Success for young athletes as battle to keep facilities rumbles on. 302
Staffordshire News: pounds 22 feast of gore in great hall; TAMWORTH. 171
Steve 'against a state funeral'. TRAGEDY: Aussie Crocodile Hunter was just an ordinary bloke, says dad. 302
Tall trees misery of residents; WEDNESBURY: Locals call for action over the trees that are blighting their lives. 279
Tears for tree crush woman; INQUEST: Survivor tribute to 'fine lady', 92, killed by trunk collapse. 374
Tell us what's happening where you are. 209
Tell us what's happening where you are. 197
Tell us what's happening where you are. 216
Tell us what's happening where you are. 188
Thatcher's pals face US justice. 151
Top marks for school drama; REVIEW. 197
Town hall refit is the reel deal. 118
Watson resigns. 201
West Midlands MPs tipped for a seat at Gordon's top table. 511
West Midlands MPs tipped for a seat at Gordon's top table. 519
WIN Banks's Bitter. 138
Worcestershire News: Ethnic issues top county's agenda; KIDDERMINSTER. 127
Worcestershire News: High note for pub campaign; DODFORD: Jazz helps raise cash in fight to save inn from bulldozer. 333
Worcestershire News: Hunt for car attacks vandals; STOURPORT. 147
Write to us and win a digital camera. 167
Young criminals 'in need of more care'. 135
Your Stars. 778

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