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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (August 24, 2007)

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5 good grades are worth pounds 2,260 more; EXAM RESULTS FOCUS. 223
7 hurt in accidents. 83
A final tribute to bard Harry; COSELEY: Funeral for legendary Black Country entertainer. 427
An old fashioned tale of revenge drives western; SERAPHIM FALLS (15) VERDICT: ****. 389
Angela's tonic; HEALTH. 190
Anton death riddle; INQUEST: New tests. 174
Appeal to join the long walk; LEISURE. 82
Athletics: Irish aim to make impact. 121
Athletics: Kelly's eye on the 'tadpole' Sotherton warns Ennis. 415
Athletics: Reece to give it his best shot. 355
Athletics: Tyson targets world record. 230
Beauty is more than skin deep. 534
Best of the bunch! Comedy FUNNYMAN RHOD SUFFERS FOR HIS ART IN A BATH OF GRAPES AT THE TOP OF A HILL. 462
Bike crash father 'a good guy' ROAD ACCIDENT: Tributes to tragic rider. 252
Bird box plan for students; MOSELEY. 105
Birmingham Magistrates. 393
Birmingham's TopTen. 127
Black Country News: Next time, he may have had his chips; BROWNHILLS. 230
Black Country News: Speedway hope; WOLLESCOTE/CRADLEY. 127
Black Country News: Woman in glass attack walks free; STOURBRIDGE: Victim nearly blinded through 'irrational hatred'. 312
Black Country News: Zoo baby is just like a grandchild to me... DUDLEY. 120
Bloated but not at all broody. 605
Bobby Dazzlers. 274
Brum's funny? You have got to be joking! SURVEY: Second City sniggers at No.2 rating for comedy. 392
Candidates to do battle. 112
Cat-astrophe; MEETING: Animal lovers tackle stray moggies crisis. 314
CATCH THE ACTION. 85
Central City News: pounds 450m boost in plans for canalside; EASTSIDE. 274
Central City News: There can be an art to a shopping experience in the mall; MAILBOX. 136
Central City News: Win kicks in for hospital worker; WINSON GREEN: Black belt Louise clinches 2 trophies in world championships. 278
Centre's sporting gesture; CASTLE BROMWICH. 81
Chance to take a grand tour of police station; PERRY BARR. 83
Charity ball is success; GARDENS. 97
Cheap As Chips; ABLEWELL FISH BAR, ABLEWELL ST, WALSALL *****. 116
Children chase funds to realise dream; HANDSWORTH. 116
Church group to brave mudbath; HALL GREEN. 94
City festival is best so far; Birmingham's On Song festival has just got a whole lot bigger. Running alongside gigs at Carling Academy and Bar Academy throughout September are a series of shows at the Glee Club in the Arcadian Centre. It means that the festival, supported by the Birmingham Mail, now boasts almost 60 concerts between September 1 and September 30. Here's the Glee Club line-up... 333
City living tops the agenda. 95
City professor in crime clash; KNIFE ATTACKS: Extra police powers 'will do nothing'. 325
City remembers anti-slavery campaigner. 91
City's set to sizzle! WEATHER: Summer could finally arrive next month with soaring temperatures. 250
Clean cut character; Insider GOSSIP. 238
Cricket: K&D left waiting on Bears outcome; CLUB CRICKET. 273
Cricket: Moores full of faith in Broad; ENGLAND: Notts young bowler can deliver against India. 485
Cricket: Pears suffer yet another wash-out. 102
Cricket: Pears underway in one-day shoot-out. 113
Cricket: Warwickshire put to the sword. 307
Cricket: Warwickshire put to the sword. 365
Dates with longevity to savour; Diary Mayor's Lord. 282
Denise to be golden girl; SPORTSFEST: Champion is guest of honour. 170
Developer appeals after plans turned down; LODE LANE. 83
Dish you were here? TOURISM: Marketing chiefs hope to curry favour with city 'balti breaks'. 324
Don't Miss; STINE RICHARD. 187
Dualthon challenge hits streets; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 125
Duo cut for HQ classics. 279
Execs give up time to teens; EDGBASTON: Bike scheme helps disadvantaged youngsters. 330
Familiar old smile; Hancock's HalfPage. 106
Fears of revenge attack following murder of biker. 268
Figuring on early success; EXAM RESULTS FOCUS. 339
Firefighters still at barn. 88
FLOWER POWER. 95
Football: Albion keep watch on Polish striker. 346
Football: Baggies chase Polish goal ace; But Mowbray loses interest in Bednar. 424
Football: Black Cat Kieran ready for Reds. 197
Football: Blues close in on midfielder; BLUES NEWS. 429
Football: Boss wary of fired-up Fulham. 237
Football: Deal me in, says happy Bruce. 256
Football: Galaxy's fears for Beckham; GLOBETROTTING: Trans-Atlantic schedule will wear superstar out - Lallas. 272
Football: James can be my No.1, says McClaren. 198
Football: Jay's raring to make step up; WOLVES NEWS. 451
Football: McCarthy: Win will cap great week. 188
Football: Miller's bench mark. 148
Football: Money set to call on Butler. 285
Football: Mooney: We must take our chances. 195
Football: Mowbray's changed for better; ALBION NEWS. 443
Football: O'Connor set to wield the axe; NON LEAGUE. 234
Football: O'Neill: Let's get win under our belts. 220
Football: Rams clash is a big one says Bruce. 485
Football: Robbo: No extra spice. 125
Football: Time to step up the pace; O'Neill looking for first win tomorrow. 387
Football: Villa increase bid for Davies; VILLA NEWS. 382
Football: Yates: We must improve; NON LEAGUE. 310
Ford hits a Verve... Striking new concept car gives a peek of what's to come when Fiesta's new look is unveiled. 268
Forget yourself in haven where time stands still; A Walk In The Park. 321
Formula One: Massa fuelled by feud; TURKEY: Warring McLaren factions could open the door to Felipe. 391
Fraud mum is sent to prison. 348
Free holiday fun for sporty kids; CASTLE BROMWICH. 134
Friday Flutter; Your guide to the best bets. 326
Friendly Brummies. 149
Fury at groper charge; SEX TRIAL: Lecturer is cleared. 235
Gardeners' World 40th; Gardening. 375
GCSEs: The tears and joy; EXAM RESULTS FOCUS Solitaire really was our angel, she will be sadly missed. 403
Get fit with salsa. 109
Golf: Campbell fired up for title challenge. 293
Golf: Kiwi's burning desire to win. 372
Golf: Sabatini leads. 89
GOLF: Unfancied Carter sets pace in Holland. 317
Group shunned over 'carbuncle' PLANNING: Plan to move city centre big screen sparks row. 372
Guest nurse at meeting of support group; HEALTH. 99
Gurus lined up for weekend. 106
Have you heard the one about... 335
Hockey: England unlucky. 141
Hols traffic chaos looms. 185
Hoovering up old vacuums. 134
Horse Racing: Ksar to oust Cesare. 105
Hotel blaze victim leaves a legacy of success for pupils; EXAM RESULTS FOCUS. 254
Hunt for figurines; WALSALL WOOD. 124
I can't remember the last time I had such fun on set; Bollywood AKSHAY KUMAR ON THE JOYS OF FATHERHOOD IN NEW FILM HEYY BABYY vue cinemas. 790
I paid pounds 450 for kitchen taps! 491
I've an itch to be a witch. 191
Inside View: A land - and people - of contrasts; In association with BARCLAYS. 386
Is there a SUPERKID in YOUR family? Our photographers are waiting to snap 'Incredible' children in free-to-enter competition. 407
It's joust amazing! Your 2 MINUTE guide to the week. 644
Jesse: Stop flow of guns to Brum; VISIT: Activist calls for more black leaders to come forward and fight crime. 468
Jetting off to... the UK. 99
Join charity convoy. 341
Katherine's out to be a model student; EDUCATION: University comes first for Brum stunner. 295
Kilted beach towel goes swimmingly. 116
Law-ful success in the garden; CASTLE VALE: Changing Rooms-style makeover at school. 333
Lawn Tennis: Tim can go with head up; TENNIS: Henman retires after Davis Cup. 515
Lest we forget; EXCHANGE VISIT: Staffs teenagers help German youngsters tend war graves. 195
Letter: Your Say - Brummie-isms; In association with POST OFFICE. 105
Letter: Your Say - Foolish to stay in storm; In association with POST OFFICE. 217
Letter: Your Say - Husband's rights; In association with POST OFFICE. 139
Letter: Your Say - It's a tough job; In association with POST OFFICE. 101
Letter: Your Say - Kept hanging on; In association with POST OFFICE. 86
Letter: Your Say - Not so good; In association with POST OFFICE. 136
Letter: Your Say - Parenting choice; In association with POST OFFICE. 156
Letter: Your Say - Separate plans; In association with POST OFFICE. 85
Letter: Your Say - Too little respect; In association with POST OFFICE. 123
Letter: Your Shout - BLUES; IN ASSOCIATION WITH super soccer. 104
Local News Extra: 'Bleak' summer for kids on roads; STAFFORDSHIRE: Five youngsters are seriously injured in smashes. 323
Local News Extra: 'Inspired' Peter has designs on award; BROMSGROVE. 180
Local News Extra: Bins go out early due to Bank Holiday; TAMWORTH. 206
Local News Extra: Explosive treat set for hall visitors; ALREWAS. 195
Local News Extra: Libraries face the threat of closure; WORCESTERSHIRE: Books could be on the move in order to make council cuts. 388
Local News Extra: Pair held over petrol station theft; REDDITCH. 82
Local News Extra: Road to close for safety check of Chasewater dam; LICHFIELD. 132
Local News Extra: Woman victim of assault in nightclub; REDDITCH. 138
Looking after your brickwork; DIY. 500
Love hopes vanish in a puff of smoke; RELATIONSHIPS: Tobacco road deserted as romantic wannabes specify 'no cigarettes'. 317
M5 closure hits holiday getaway. 509
Magical Dahl's just champion; Theatre. 478
Magical ice show coming to Brum. 220
Make a splash. 194
Man hurt as his car hits tree. 95
Man injured in flat fire; WALSALL. 106
Man killed on Metro track; TRAGEDY: Victim hit by tram 'after shouting suicide threats'. 338
Mass meeting to decide bin strike; SANDWELL: Union fears council changes to collections. 218
Medieval banquet. 84
Memorial for Di's a right royal shambles. 1034
Motor Racing: Ferrari off to a flyer. 152
Motor Racing: Massa aiming to capitalise on feud; FORMULA ONE. 286
MP has a big screen vision; LICHFIELD: Challenge to convert superstore back to cinema. 259
Murdered because she cared too much; COURT: Prison officer strangled after trying to help troubled neighbour. 397
New chief for council; LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Education boss takes over after resignation. 259
New vice-principal. 127
Newcomer struggling to match competition; Restaurant Spy REGARDS, 40-42 ST MARY'S ROW, MOSELEY, BIRMINGHAM. 551
NHS job cuts cost millions. 137
No excuses for staying in this long weekend; Gay Life. 321
North City News: Bid to open rail line stepped up; SUTTON PARK: Reviving historic route after 42 years tops agenda. 349
North City News: Families in plea to those who spoil village; MINWORTH. 186
North City News: Festive appeal to help hospice; ERDINGTON. 97
North City News: Take the train at new station; COLESHILL. 248
Offerings of a musical kind. 134
One day just isn't enough at Winston's; DAYS OUT GRAHAM YOUNG VISITS BLENHEIM PALACE. 433
Open Gardens. 214
Our Chinese love affair; EXPORTS: Growth in trade with Eastern giant soars. 270
Our Say. 331
Out in the cold; CAMPAIGN: Scores sign up for sleep challenge to help homeless. 225
Parents' plea over murder; CRIME: 'Senseless killing' victim had 'no links to gangs'. 327
People power 'isn't working'. 161
Perfect for the modern family. 265
Pick of the day. 220
PICK OF THE DAY; Live International Cricket (Sky Sports 1, 2.00pm). 120
Prestige estates 'more affordable'. 186
Prison for mother in pounds 85k fraud; Woman put 30 jobs at risk. 480
Prison guard murder: Teen jailed for life; Guilty of killing 'big sister'. 395
Protest against perverts; BORDESLEY GREEN: Families fear sex offender unit will put their children in danger. 278
Protest clash over farming. 83
Protest looms over pay row; COUNCIL: Anger over docked wages in salary shake-up. 472
Record label told us to sack our 'old' drummer! Local Heroes THE HEATHERS. 214
Remove your tiles now; Quick Fix. 167
Review: Dramatic tension in a minor key; FIVE FINGER EXERCISE Arena Theatre, W'hampton. 208
Robin's role reversal; Hancock's HalfPage. 103
ROCKERS WIN BATTLE. 156
Roll back the punk years. 176
Roy is set to enjoy a new lease of life; Music ROY WOOD'S ROCK & ROLL BAND. 613
Rugby Union: Muphy focused. 113
Rugby Union: Murphy focused. 113
Rugby Union: Paterson puzzle. 97
Salary switch D-Day looms; COUNCIL: Staff to discover whether they're winners or losers. 489
Saving Grace; HEALTH: Arthritic dog gets pioneering knee transplant. 312
Searching for Gospel talent. 150
Security man attacked by machete gang. 189
Solihull News: Crafty ideas for 'wild' children; CHELMSLEY WOOD. 110
Solihull News: Elderly told: Move your own sandbags; SOLIHULL: MP launches attack on borough council's post-flooding request. 384
Solihull News: Future looks bright for prospective students; COLLEGE. 182
Solihull News: Get snap happy at camera club; SHIRLEY. 103
Solihull News: Give blood call; ARTS COMPLEX. 92
South City News: Create a new nature reserve; ACOCKS GREEN. 164
South City News: Help out by giving blood; SOUTH BIRMINGHAM. 174
South City News: Records in boost for patient care; HEALTH: Trust leading the way in gaining quicker access to vital information. 348
SPECIALIST CINEMA; MAC, Cannon Hill Park 0121 440 3838 www.macarts.co.uk. 303
Speedway: Karlsson out of Wolves clash. 240
Staff in the hot seat; EDGBASTON. 167
Stax story. 141
Strongman set to raise lorry loads; Amateur Stage. 475
Stylish way to travel around; STAFFS. 173
Teen gets life for strangling his neighbour. 287
Teen homes 1planned; SMETHWICK. 87
They've delivered something funny; Mail Film Editor GRAHAM YOUNG hails a cheeky new comedy The Big Movie KNOCKED UP (15) VERDICT: *****. 452
Think safety and not style; Girl Torque IN ASSOCIATION WITH CHEVROLET. 283
Three Brit soldiers killed by friendly fire in Afghanistan. 171
Toyah's dream of destruction; Hancock's HalfPage. 185
Tributes flood in for devoted son. 368
Tributes pour in for tragic teacher; HOTEL BLAZE: Son died after trying to save mum from horrific Newquay fire. 355
Two rescued from blaze near home; TAMWORTH. 129
Victim of mob attack dies. 120
Victory in kids home row; YARDLEY: Plans scrapped to house delinquent children in nine-bed property. 404
Vintage cinema. 190
Warning over food hygiene; WALSALL. 150
What's On: Pop goes the castle; Some modern-day minstrels are laying siege to Warwick this weekend Music. 306
WIN tickets to meet the Twang. 393
Worcestershire News: Cracks force families out; KIDDERMINSTER: Safety fears result in move back delay. 309
Worcestershire News: Shops are warned to be extra vigilant; BROMSGROVE. 191
Worcestershire News: We'll help you over troubled water; WORCESTERSHIRE. 204
Work car is top perk. 98
Writing excites me! Music CHERRY GHOST Saturday, December 8: Birmingham NIA. 471
Young readers flock in; LIBRARY. 108

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