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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (April 20, 2007)

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'Anzacs' guests for tea in city. 154
'Ban Jags' plea fury; POLITICS: MPs clash over use of luxury marque. 245
'Boys in blue' students will trigger a rush; SOLIHULL COLLEGE. 212
A chance to hear musicals and Meatloaf; TAMWORTH. 130
A Dolly good friend; SPOTTED! 98
A Grand gesture; KINGS NORTON: Plucky Gemma to embark on charity US trek. 233
A life laid bare on the stage; ASTON. 96
A voice of sanity in Freud's mad world; Theatre. 514
A wee dram a day and I'll top 100, if I'm not careful; Inside View In association with BARCLAYS. 332
Alibi liar in court; Solihull News SMITH'S WOOD: Jail warning to teen. 308
Amazing display of peddle power. 257
Animal instinct; ALPHA DOG (15) VERDICT: *****. 277
Arson after booze session. 165
Athletics: Kelly faces test. 104
Athletics: Penfold leading invasion. 169
Athletics: Ryan romps home. 81
Athletics: Twins in spotlight. 104
Backing in fight over store plan; MINWORTH. 188
Bard was really far out - prof; STRATFORD. 111
Barlows' bijou home. 94
Basketball: Barnes up for Tigers return; SEMI-FINAL COUNTDOWN: Coach still hopes to make final. 366
Beverley's speed record; Music BEVERLEY KNIGHT. 499
Birmingham Magistrates. 534
Birmingham's TopTen. 139
Black Country News: 'Theft' staff on camera; WILLENHALL: I stole no cigarettes, says fired worker. 252
Black Country News: Break fails to stop Ian in his tracks; WALSALL. 200
Black Country News: Conference focuses on older people; NETHERTON. 137
Black Country News: Ofsted joy for school; BLOXWICH. 105
Black Country News: Play fun... out of Africa; WEDNESBURY. 159
Black Country News: Tall order for yobs to get in! ROWLEY REGIS: First gates installed by council to keep gangs away from homes. 198
Black Country News: Victory for care home developer; WEDNESFIELD. 256
Black Country News: We've moved! 144
Black Country News: Woman freed in killer hunt; SEDGLEY: Search goes on for winning punter's murderer. 267
Blanc's brilliance; Restaurant Spy BRASSERIE BLANC, 9 BRINDLEYPLACE, BIRMINGHAM. 447
Blessing for pounds 40m centre; HEALTH: Multi-faith service starts site countdown. 319
Bobby Dazzlers. 274
Boxing: Eastman reputation on the line. 261
Boyfriend 'beat uncle to death' OLDBURY: Accused woman tells court 'violent partner' was the killer. 367
Brum races to Pole position! TRAVEL: Speedway fans boost new Warsaw flights. 175
Cab driver rapist jailed; 12-year sentence for sadistic attacker who 'destroyed life' of young student. 426
Campaign off to a swinging start; NEW OSCOTT: High note for RSPCA's volunteer appeal. 210
Cash plea by race brothers; BROMSGROVE: Last chance for marathon sponsors to chip in. 329
Cash plea by race brothers; Worcestershire News BROMSGROVE: Last chance for marathon sponsors to chip in. 327
Central City News: Bomb family aid hospitals; EDGBASTON: Workmates of blast survivors chip in for medics. 274
Central City News: Cab driver rapist jailed; CRIME: 12-years for man who 'destroyed' student's life. 422
Central City News: Focus on the Bard; EDGBASTON. 124
Central City News: Gun crime success; CITY CENTRE. 111
Central City News: IT expert Ann in top job; JEWELLERY QUARTER. 112
Central City News: Vision of a new hi-tech future; CITY CENTRE. 163
Cheap As Chips; NORTONS HOT FOOD TAKEAWAY A441, Kings Norton VERDICT: *****. 95
Chiller thriller; FRACTURE (15) VERDICT: *****. 172
Chrysler takes on Mondeo. 242
Collection for bomb survivors; QUINTON: Boost for hospitals from colleagues of family injured in blast. 278
Collection on sale. 120
Comic book epic draws its sword; PATHFINDER (15) VERDICT: *****. 269
Couple see injured grandson. 217
Crash tragedy kills whizz kid; OBITUARY: Tributes to talented student who saved firm thousands. 303
Crashes kill more teenagers. 119
Cricket: Andre in the clear. 85
CRICKET: Bears are ticking along very nicely; CHAMPIONSHIP: Now Warwickshire have to drive home their advantage. 418
CRICKET: Lancashire pair s-ticking around; CHAMPIONSHIP: Warwickshire desperate to drive home their advantage. 413
Cricket: Lara calls it a day for Windies. 208
Cricket: Moores may be the man; ENGLAND: Duncan Fletcher's resignation sparks hunt for successor. 291
Cricket: Watson's back for Aussies. 246
Cricket: Whild hopes Reds calm nerves; NATIONWIDE NORTH. 273
Curator takes a step back in time. 106
Curtain up at old Town Hall; FESTIVAL: Star-studded shows for historic venue's reopening. 356
Daniel's rocking for one last time; Music DANIEL O'DONNELL Monday: NIA, Birmingham Tickets: pounds 29.50 & pounds 27.50 plus booking and transaction fee from 0870 909 4144. 347
Dressing up for fun on the run. 201
East City News: Carjackers behind bars; STECHFORD: Police welcome sentences for robberies. 333
East City News: Families have say on improvements; STECHFORD/NORTH YARDLEY. 113
Extra space is irresistible. 250
Families have say on improvements; East City News STECHFORD/NORTH YARDLEY. 113
Fears as reptiles are taken; CRIME: Stolen pets need special care. 393
Fire kills woman aged 90. 101
Folly of Sarah's Law call. 172
Football: 'Dirty tricks' amuse Blues. 208
Football: Ashley out of action after new hip op. 86
Football: Big changes on the way - boss; ALBION NEWS. 453
Football: Blackwell piles on pressure. 197
Football: Blues ready to reward Doyle with a new deal. 508
Football: Bruce: My debt to old pal Mick; BLUES NEWS. 343
Football: Carew only just finding his feet. 326
Football: Clem does forward thinking. 259
Football: Gill set to miss play-offs; BGB MIDLANDS. 360
Football: Home front is priority for Olof; VILLA NEWS. 321
Football: Injury forces Gyepes to leave. 301
Football: It could get a bit nasty - Stowell; WOLVES NEWS. 574
Football: Just let me get on with my job; Defiant O'Neill in message to the Villa critics. 574
Football: League to rule on pitch row. 148
Football: Mick: No need to be on edge. 323
Football: Mills believes mission is possible; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 265
Football: Mowbray ready to wield axe! Big changes are on the way - boss. 442
Football: O'Connor: Finish the job; BGB PREMIER. 139
Football: O'Neill defies critics. 255
Football: Robbo: We can defy the critics; ALBION NEWS. 405
Football: Saddlers keen to round off with title. 429
Football: We can prove critics wrong. 387
Football: Wrack now looking forward. 187
Friday Flutter; Your guide to the best bets. 297
From the pub to the garage; Music LOSTPROPHETS Tonight: NIA Academy Tickets: pounds 18.50, plus booking and transaction fees, from 0870 909 4144. 384
Gas billing complaints 'double'. 134
Get set for charity mini run; Solihull News KNOWLE. 165
Girl assaulted on path. 224
Give your lawn a health check; Gardening. 387
God show gets the chop. 116
Golf: Kyron on the march. 270
Golf: Monty in the mood. 278
Gran-tastic Pat sends neighbour from hell packing; AWARD: Residents who took on a screaming banshee honoured. 424
Grandfather slams killer; VIRGINIA MASSACRE: Cho 'deserved to die'. 284
Hazy, lazy afternoons; Gay Life. 233
Health chief in warning over casinos; SANDWELL. 146
Help offered to sufferers. 104
How to prevent car chat driving you to distraction; Girl Torque IN ASSOCIATION WITH CHEVROLET. 413
Hunt for masked sex attackers. 277
Imprezas impress. 419
Increase powers of PCSOs force told; POLICE: West Midlands 'lagging'. 353
Insects wanted for roof garden; EDGBASTON. 175
Insider GOSSIP: Ross on the road to fame; POP WITH RUSS MORRIS. 362
Insider GOSSIP: Rumer has it in genes; SHOWBIZ heart 100.7. 330
It's a Lamb Rover! SHOWBIZ: Solihull car factory's craftsmen create runabout for TV's Shaun the Sheep. 129
Karren has got what it takes! ELECTED MAYOR: MPs line up in support of Brady bid to lead Birmingham. 484
Kate would have been so good for Windsors. 571
Leap of faith raises pounds 36,000; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 180
Legacy to land Ayr National. 151
Letter: Your Say - Barbaric attack; In association with POST OFFICE. 90
Letter: Your Say - Bring back cane; In association with POST OFFICE. 172
Letter: Your Say - Cruelty of cats; In association with POST OFFICE. 104
Letter: Your Say - Electoral confusion; In association with POST OFFICE. 123
Letter: Your Say - Gospels teach love; In association with POST OFFICE. 110
Letter: Your Say - Mother's duty is at home; In association with POST OFFICE. 169
Letter: Your Shout - FOLLOWING on from Bill Howell's. 149
Letter: Your Shout - I won't be crying over Angel's exit. 161
Letter: Your Shout - I won't be crying over Angel's exit. 148
Life for massage parlour killer. 279
Longbridge in VIP relaunch; MG ROVER: Celebration of Chinese revolution at factory. 270
Mail chiefs seal up post boxes; COMMUNITY: Bid to stop theft leaves businesses 'high and dry'. 453
Marvellous new Minis. 619
Matt finish clinches Trophy victory. 188
Maya on march for fair trade; KINGS HEATH. 166
Medics set out gambling fears. 179
Medics' gambling fears. 183
Mike's a high earner; ASTON UNIVERSITY: Sky plunge aids Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. 301
Minicab driver's 12 years for rape. 335
Miracle escape as van smashes into bus stop. 264
Miracle escape as van smashes into bus stop. 324
Miracle escape as van smashes into bus stop. 316
Money-spinner for Teletubbies queen; SHOWBIZ: Anne Wood hits jackpot again for children with In The Night Garden. 369
Monkeys cling to winning formula; Music ARCTIC MONKEYS Tonight: Carling Academy, Birmingham. Tickets: 0870 771 2000. 336
National Tory leaders stir up local indignation. 275
National Tory leaders stir up local indignation. 319
New line-up aiming to rise from the ashes; Local Heroes THE OUTER CIRCLE. 300
Nikki left in race's slow lane; MOTORSPORT: Eleventh-hour plea after champion's sponsor pulls out. 325
North City News: Alibi pal in court for lying; SMITH'S WOOD. 271
North City News: Artistic training; STOCKLAND GREEN. 96
North City News: Rockin' all over the playground; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Ex-Status Quo drummer gives kids tips. 268
On me 'ed, mate. 121
Our Say. 297
Paranormal pap; THE REAPING (15) VERDICT: *****. 239
PC Kellie returns to the beat; Worcestershire News COOKLEY. 171
Pears in fight for survival. 226
Pervert taught city kids. 175
Pick of the day. 203
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Super League (Sky Sports 3, 7.30pm). 102
Pioneering poppies; EDGBASTON. 174
Please make us feel safer! BIG DEBATE: EYES ON THE BUSES YOUR QUESTIONS. 1884
pounds 20,000 to nab diamond thief; NEC: Price on crook's head after fleeing with pounds 1/2 m haul. 308
pounds 200,000 in 5 minutes! PAINTINGS: It's good nudes for graffiti artist. 354
pounds 200,000 in 5 minutes! That's good nudes for graffiti artist. 358
pounds 300m. 83
pounds 300million scramble for the Mailbox; SELL-OFF: Developers reap rewards of pounds 4m gamble. 387
Protest over switch to WH Smith. 222
Pulling out the stops. 90
Pulls at your heartstrings; Mail Film Editor GRAHAM YOUNG finds a post 9/11 drama sends out mixed messages The Big Movie REIGN OVER ME (15) VERDICT: *****. 392
Quiz of the day. 90
Rail arsonist gets 10 years; Ex-railway worker jailed for campaign of destruction which hit one million passengers. 298
Realise your creative side; KINGS NORTON. 137
REVIEWS: Feeling 16 again with old pop idols; Once In A Lifetime Rewind Tour BIRMINGHAM NEC. 260
REVIEWS: Kings reign supreme; Kings of Leon CARLING ACADEMY. 181
REVIEWS: Mmm, still top of the bops; Hanson CARLING ACADEMY. 147
Rugby Union: Safety first is Moseley goal; CRUCIAL CLASH: Smith's men do not want to be Exiled. 495
Rugby Union: Stour to sign off in style. 182
Safety rules just red tape; WORKPLACES: Most regulations needless, says Forum. 301
School damaged in hols wrecking spree; Worcestershire News KIDDERMINSTER. 142
Shining in the darkness; Music FIELDS Sunday: Glee Club, Arcadian Centre, Birmingham Tickets: 0870 241 5093. 409
Sick OAP 'denied lifeline' HEALTH: Wheelchair 'too bid' for centre. 360
Sky Blues're the limit! 106
Snooker: Dott aim to avoid criticism. 220
Solihull News: Hunt is on for prize pooches; HOCKLEY HEATH. 222
Solihull News: Speed driver 'showing off' COURT: Car had no lights on for ride in front of boy racers. 322
Spectacular backdrop for a kickabout; A Walk In The Park. 270
Staffordshire News: Be on guard against spring break-ins; CANNOCK. 143
Staffordshire News: Bomb family aid hospitals; TAMWORTH: Workmates of blast survivors chip in for medics. 266
Staffordshire News: Fun for all at charity ball; WHITTINGTON. 91
Staffordshire News: Vote and put castle on the map; TAMWORTH. 112
Stallholders in Sabbath revolt; PERRY BARR: Market traders refusing to open up on a Sunday. 278
Street protest on care homes threat; LICHFIELD: Lives at risk from council services shake-up, say campaigners. 288
Taxis go smoke-free; HEALTH: Hundreds of cabbies agree to voluntary ban ahead of July 1 deadline. 302
That's Salop of winners! 102
That's showbiz. 139
The cameras roll for budding film-makers; STAFFORD. 145
The Cirque's back in town. 296
Thieves take train and bus. 165
This Week's Jobs. 106
Thousands stub it out. 106
Toyota on cup trail. 98
True story of battered wife who torched her husband; Bollywood vue cinemas PROVOKED (12A) VERDICT: *****. 338
Tuck in to a treat at Old Hall; TEMPLE BALSALL. 96
Twice as hard to buy a home. 216
UK's biggest St George's celebration; Days Out. 663
Victim's 'many stab wounds' WEST BROMWICH. 116
VIP visitor at playground opening; WEDNESBURY. 164
Vote for YOUR restaurant of the year - and WIN VIP Taste of Birmingham tickets; Channel 4 Presents taste of Birmingham Lloyds TSB CarSelect. 230
What an icon for families! 174
WIN Banks's Bitter. 135
Woodrow in share surge; CONSTRUCTION: Uncertainty over house builder's merger. 284
Wrestlers to meet fans; SAMALL HEATH. 110
Your 2 MINUTE guide to the week; Beat a path to Vaisakhi. 775

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