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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (April 3, 2007)

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'Be flexible' call to shop landlords; PROPERTY: Expert says investors must adapt or die. 313
'JJ' bowing out from key roles; BOARDROOM: 'Influential' city figure shifts his focus. 354
'jj' bwing out from key roles; BOARDROOM: 'Influential' city figure shifts his focus. 354
'Road rage' driver attacked motorist; Staffordshire News CHASE TERRACE. 188
20% OFF at Drayton Manor Theme Park! 275
4x4 giant has royal blessing. 164
600 jobs to go at Brum water giant; Severn Trent aims for 'higher standards'. 300
Advice on halting junk mail; COUNTY COUNCIL. 157
Airport hoaxer avoids jail; KINGSHURST. 275
Apology to youth group for 'rejection'. 245
Apprentice opportunity; North City News SMITHS WOOD. 80
Arsonists suspected. 99
Badminton: Solihull lift first crown. 151
Badminton: Warwicks' campaign fizzles out. 200
Bank details left dumped; WALSALL: Row over 'goldmine for criminals' found in bins. 281
Basketball: Athletics' play-offs shock. 295
Benefit cheats to be named and shamed; LICHFIELD/BURNTWOOD: Council pledge after four prosecuted for fraud. 358
Best foot forward for fun run; KNOWLE. 189
Big quake in Afghan mountains. 169
Big wheel in South America. 135
Birmingham Magistrates; North City News. 434
Black Country News: Council con alert; OLDBURY: Rogue workmen rip-off homeowners wanting dropped kerbs. 225
Black Country News: Honorary degree joy; WOLVERHAMPTON. 120
Black Country News: TV plea in skewer attack on OAP; WALSALL. 301
Bobby Dazzlers. 287
Boss slams Bond car strike threat. 285
Boy mugged for pounds 425 game; CRIME: Heartbreak for 12-year-old who saved for six months. 396
Building site danger warning; SAFETY. 198
Burglar frightens OAP in distraction con bid; WORCESTERSHIRE. 155
By George, it's a grand event! SANDWELL. 88
Central City News: Bear, bear, now what's the matter! UNIVERSITY. 203
Central City News: Master movers; DIGBETH. 140
Central City News: Pair recovering after shooting; NECHELLS. 209
Central City News: Patient card's such a relief; PERRY BARR: Pioneer scheme helps Joanna - out in Tanzania. 353
Centre's Easter fun for all the family; Solihull News CHELMSLEY WOOD. 181
Chance for pupils to get hands-on. 262
Changing times: from mindless thuggery to thought police. 488
Church in the way of project bulldozed; WEST BROMWICH: Redevelopment delays. 382
City joins cycling challenge; DIGBETH. 230
Club Corner Eggs galore! Family Life. 108
Club Corner: Joseph crazy; Family Life. 123
College defiant after Ofsted rap; Black Country News DUDLEY: Principal's absence not down to bad report insist governors. 305
Colour key to choosing car. 90
Crackdown on unruly pupils; EDUCATION: Teachers consider quitting over 'Am I bovvered?' kids. 303
Crew 'devastated by sub accident' TRAGEDY: Commander pays tribute to victims of fatal blast on nuclear submarine. 417
Cricket: Bees looking to take initiative. 369
Cricket: Irish keeping Proteas on toes. 246
Cricket: Kevin looking after No.1; WORLD CUP: England star determined to become one-day wonder. 453
Cricket: Stour in pitch switch. 251
Cricket: We are Bang on our game. 183
Currying favour with non-smokers; East City News YARDLEY: Restaurant imposes total ban on lighting up ahead of July 1 deadline. 315
Dance troupe proves a national treasure; OLTON. 167
Defector may split vote in Labour ward. 231
Delays ahead for m-way proposals; CATHERINE-DE-BARNES: Mixed feelings from protesters over hold-up to inquiry. 333
Diabetic is jailed for road death; 11-year-old boy hit on pavement. 478
Diabetic jailed for causing road death; CRIME: 11-year-old boy walking with mum killed after car mounted pavement. 501
Diabetic who killed boy, 11, is jailed. 345
Don't turn your backs on town; Staffordshire News TAMWORTH: Police try to allay fears after stabbing. 334
Drive to boost cyclists' safety; ROADS: New initiative to cut accidents is launched by police. 242
Driver left fighting for life. 158
Drop in distraction burglaries; Black Country News DUDLEY. 123
Drug addict with pounds 2,000 locked up; WEST BROMWICH. 187
Fans turned off by the TV moneymen; The Tuesday Rant. 366
Fears growing for missing man, 30; WOLVERHAMPTON. 96
Fines alert over debit card rules; FINANCE: Firms must ensure payment data is kept secure. 305
Fluffy fun for shoppers. 103
Follow our top tips for family fitness; Family Life Fitness. 357
Food Diary; Health Midlands. 248
Football: Baggies defence is poor; ALBION RES 1 SHEFF WEDS RES 2. 164
Football: Baggies have no case for the defence. 135
Football: Baggies have no case for the defence; ALBION RES 1 SHEFF WEDS RES 2. 128
Football: Barnsley target for Cole. 190
Football: Boss baffled by first-half no-show as jeers turn into cheers. 455
Football: Bruce regrets rushing ace back. 340
Football: Bruce regrets rushing ace back. 706
Football: Double joy for Gabby. 520
Football: Double joy for hero Gabby; Holte End goal star signs new contract. 525
Football: Fans spurred us on; VILLA NEWS. 137
Football: Gabriel is an angel delight; VILLA NEWS Agbonlahor lights up the Holte with late equaliser to snatch crucial point VILLA 1 EVERTON 1. 864
Football: Gabriel is an angel delight; VILLA NEWS Agbonlahor lights up the Holte with late equaliser to snatch crucial point VILLA 1 EVERTON 1. 866
Football: Harper is hoping for deal with Saddlers. 384
Football: I'm Gunner go out with a bang says Blues striker. 575
Football: I'm Gunner go out with a bang; BLUES NEWS. 550
Football: Kuyt on a high. 117
Football: Lambs aim to escape; NON-LEAGUE. 257
Football: O'Neill hails Carew; VILLA NEWS. 351
Football: O'Neill hails Carew; VILLA NEWS. 277
Football: Sam the man for Baggies - Venus; Assistant boss wants loan star to stay put. 412
Football: Seyi vents anger at 'quit' report. 322
Football: Sir Bobby Ron fury. 186
Football: Venus: I want Sodje to stay; ALBION NEWS. 410
Football: Venus: I want Sodje to stay; ALBION NEWS. 416
Football: Wolves should move on - Carr; WOLVES NEWS. 372
Football: Yeltz advance after making a point. 202
Foundations of career; KINGS NORTON. 168
Garden in memory of Falklands dead; ANNIVERSARY: War veterans pay tribute to their fallen colleagues after 25 years. 419
Gardening waste to be collected; BROMSGROVE. 222
Gathering in Victorian heaven at museum; W/HAMPTON. 174
Get ready for Home Run; BROMSGROVE. 168
Good food is fun on 'Cooking Bus' The mobile kitchen that's delivering the healthy eating message to schools Education. 304
Grave clean-up at the double! North City News ERDINGTON: Students give war heroes cemetery a makeover. 308
Great news on weather front, folks. 138
Grey day for Black Diana; BLOXWICH. 140
Halfords sales booster. 204
Help for estranged families; SUPPORT. 91
Helpers needed for group; ACOCKS GREEN. 231
Hilarious role suits Little. 160
Hilarious role suits Little; DEFENDING THE CAVEMAN Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham. 154
Home violence zero tolerance; CRIME: Police in fresh campaign targeting domestic abuse. 342
Hospital joy as finances break even. 282
Hundreds of jobs at risk; EMPLOYMENT: Doubts over future of insurance staff. 330
ISA benefit: Use it now or lose it; Inside View In association with BARCLAYS. 455
Jail guards in clear over death. 246
Jenny's on a high after debut try; Black Country News STOURBRIDGE. 192
Jobs axe firm set to hire more staff. 261
Joe is Lord of the Dance... 221
Joe is Lord of the Dance; CHALLENGE: Teen champ has Irish eyes trained on world title. 357
John takes new roles. 100
Keeping peace on the streets; CRIME: Mediation helping to win the war against gun gangs in city. 344
Lawn Tennis: Andy backs Brits. 406
Lawn Tennis: Warwickshire's young guns face a serious test; VOLLEYS. 365
Letter: Your Say - Brace disgrace; In association with POST OFFICE. 146
Letter: Your Say - Brown concern; In association with POST OFFICE. 115
Letter: Your Say - Dolly is the real McCoy; In association with POST OFFICE. 166
Letter: Your Say - No compromise; In association with POST OFFICE. 175
Letter: Your Say - Paying over odds; In association with POST OFFICE. 93
Letter: Your Say - Wasted chance; In association with POST OFFICE. 100
Letter: Your Shout - Blues shape up for a final push. 147
Letter: Your Shout - BLUES. 153
Letter: Your Shout - BRUCE. 104
Letter: Your Shout - I SINCERELY hope that Martin O'Neill. 148
Letter: Your Shout - IF EVER there was evidence. 98
Letter: Your Shout - OH THE highs and lows. 133
Letter: Your Shout - WHAT a great race the Championship. 105
Lord returns to his roots; FAMILY: Former union giant on street where he used to live. 368
Magic in store for families; CHELMSLEY WOOD. 170
Mayor joins multi-cultural pupils; HANDSWORTH. 214
Men want to share with the housework. 215
Mixed fortunes for duo in big Midland events; Jack HIGH. 425
Mixed fortunes for duo in big Midland events; Jack HIGH. 412
MP's fury at care home plan; COUNTY COUNCIL. 255
Mugger stole my PlayStation; Heartbreak for 12-year-old who saved for six months. 412
New diary dates for collecting waste. 121
New hope in sailors crisis. 217
Nine held as brawl thwarted. 140
No prison for bite attacker; W/HAMPTON. 236
Nurse wins reduction in murder sentence. 260
Officers probe 30 terror plots; CRIME: Unit set up in Midlands to counter security threat. 259
On the run for relay challenge; EDGBASTON. 269
One in five planning to take a career break. 138
Op waiting times are slashed; Staffordshire News HEALTH. 254
Our Say. 276
Pair recovering after shooting. 243
Patient card's such a relief; PERRY BARR: Pioneer scheme helps Joanna - out in Tanzania. 351
Pick of the day. 187
PICK OF THE DAY; Live World Cup Cricket (Sky Sports 1, 2.00pm). 116
Planners ease Mill takeaway concerns; EDGBASTON: Worried residents reassured. 283
Poor kids' Easter treat; SUTTON. 165
pounds 160,000 drugs haul. 104
pounds 160,000 drugs haul. 148
pounds 2bn boost for train passengers. 265
pounds 500m New St scheme on track; PLANNING: Flat owners to be rehoused. 286
pounds 82,000 boost for youngsters; East City News SHARD END. 110
Put on the straight and narrow with a 'Diet MOT'. 1055
Quiz of the day. 91
Remember When? March 1984. 108
Reviews: You can't Beat the real thing; THE BEAT/NEVILLE STAPLE Carling Academy, Birmingham. 185
Riddle of the Rolls nobody wanted; TRANSPORT: Luxury car abandoned in Brum ends up in a scrapyard. 374
Roll up for mini circus; Solihull News ARTS COMPLEX. 134
Root out spare time; WYTHALL. 108
Rugby Union: Moseley gear up for crunch; SURVIVAL SCRAP: Season rests on final three fixtures. 385
Sackfuls of fun for Mail prize winners; School Of TheWeek BOLDMERE INFANT SCHOOL. 332
Sam's Hunt to find the truth; TV Choice. 409
Saying it with special blooms; BOURNVILLE: Disabled provide flowers for councillor's big day. 299
Saying it with special blooms; NECHELLS: Disabled providing the flowers for councillor's big day. 333
Scientists are Stumped by 4-legged duck. 143
Scooter fans go the eggstra mile; CHARITY: Convoy of riders deliver Easter presents to hospital youngsters. 276
Shaky start to 'court case TV' ENTERTAINMENT: Programme makers in clash with security. 390
Shaky start to 'court TV'. 161
Shirley Valentine hits the beach again; THEATRE. 114
Shoppers tackled handbag snatcher; Solihull News CRIME: Thief who targeted elderly woman's pounds 1,000 is jailed for eight months. 362
Skip boss's son jailed. 112
Skip tycoon's son jailed for driving while banned. 268
Society sows seeds for a green future. 155
Soldier killed on patrol. 190
Solihull lift first crown; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE. 147
Solihull News: Clergy brushing up on charity efforts; CHARITY: Priests set to work to say thanks for school's fundraising efforts. 356
Solihull News: Night to send shiver down spine; ARTS COMPLEX. 175
South City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 433
South City News: Inspirational art on display; EDGBASTON: Successful women on hand for schoolgirls. 298
South City News: Time for fun at library; KINGS NORTON. 115
Speedway: Wolves hang on for win. 192
Squash: Joy as students reach play-offs. 287
Star birthdays. 381
Table Tennis: Prime time for champion Scott. 227
Technology award for healthy growth. 105
Teenage drinking causes concern; Health Midlands. 207
Then & Now; Blues. 268
There are spies who love you. 202
Three are hurt in collision. 142
Thug avoids prison - because they're full. 201
Town rules on Hitler. 84
Toys in furry good health; EDUCATION: Children take their teddies to meet the doctor. 268
Traders 'vote' for pounds 500,000 windfall; ERDINGTON: Control of suburb investment taken following poll result. 325
Tsunami victims fight for survival. 157
Tsunami victims fight for survival. 204
TV appeal on skewer stabbing. 220
Vet run in tribute to dad; TAMWORTH. 356
Vision of future as uni set to expand; EDUCATION: Plans for pounds 120 million new campus are revealed by bosses. 420
Want to drop the inches? Family Life. 177
We are taking the the healthy eating message on board. 664
We're both the pride of the park! 275
We're in the pink; HEALTH: Salon is cutting it with hair loss cancer sufferers. 319
Wembley here we come! 147
Whitby throws down the gauntlet; ELECTED MAYOR: Prove you want a poll, council leader tells voters. 258
Will peanuts affect my baby? Family Life Ask Sam FOOD STANDARDS AGENCY Answering your diet queries. 230
WIN Banks's Bitter. 136
WIN LEGO Exo-Force figures! LEGO EXO Family Life. 315
WIN TV and DVD player! Plus Disney toiletries Chipper Club Family Life. 306
Worried about grandchildren; Health Midlands Ask Alan Answering your child health queries. 242
Write to us to win a digital radio. 215
Young gymnast triumphs; North City News ERDINGTON. 102

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