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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (December 18, 2007)

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'Green' children are in the money! Local News Extra LICHFIELD: Awards for schools which help recycle trade directories. 254
'No wheelie bins for us' North City News PERRY BARR. 120
'Tall' warning on pickpockets; NORTHFIELD: High Street cops and robbers show on stilts. 386
Africa mission for city head; DRUIDS HEATH: Zambian schoolchildren's desperate plight. 266
Airline launches sunshine routes; TRAVEL: Ryanair to fly from Brum to European hotspots again. 322
Artist's eye on summer 2008; Local News Extra BURNTWOOD. 115
Baby joy for Royals. 107
Badminton: Fontaine shines in county gloom. 239
Baggies are No 1 for Czech keeper; ALBION NEWS. 394
Baggies are No.1 for Czech keeper; ALBION NEWS. 394
Banking on great future. 142
Banks 'bail out lender'. 84
Barbury Castle stable at Wincanton. 104
Baubles make tree a beauty; QUINTON. 109
Bethany's card a treat for PM; South City News NORTHFIELD. 186
Bethany, 10, is a real card; Local News Extra TAMWORTH. 105
Bikes a present for youngsters; STOURBRIDGE/CRADLEY Black Country News. 187
Birmingham Magistrates; North City News. 396
BIRMINGHAM Mail: Our Say. 289
Bobby Dazzlers. 268
Boogie pair in US break; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Talented piano duo 'discovered' on net. 320
Book a festive treat; North City News SUTTON COLDFIELD. 133
Boost for elderly in plans shake-up; North City News MERE GREEN: Development scheme includes homes for frail pensioners. 293
Boss confident Steele will learn from error. 220
Brrr-acing Brum for BB hopefuls; AUDITIONS: Contestants wrap up, but have to reveal their talents. 389
But first... join the Mail fun run. 86
Call for action on dog fighting; SOLIHULL. 210
Call for an end to dog fighting; Local News Extra WORCESTERSHIRE. 248
Campaigners hopeful after minister's visit; CONTROVERSY: 'Delight' in fight over probation centre. 360
Cannabis seized; Local News Extra KIDDERMINSTER. 108
Capello spells out the future for England; PLEDGE: New boss vows to speak to the players in language they will understand. 572
Car thieves: We have ignition... North City News SUTTON COLDFIELD. 132
Carols help take away the stress of shopping; TOUCHWOOD. 165
Carols with a certain X factor; the Pallasades BIRMINGHAM Mail CHARITY TRUST. 264
Cash joy for charity. 113
Castro - I'll step down eventually. 185
CATCH THE ACTION. 86
Celebrity sing-a-long success. 119
Central City News: Business as usual despite hospital sale; EDGBASTON. 160
Central City News: Going green with 'doctor' HANDSWORTH. 157
Central City News: Orb shopfront for growing IT specialist; JEWELLERY QUARTER. 235
Central City News: Praise for making Brum better place; HONOURS: Good citizens, community groups and firms clinch awards. 306
Chance to recycle Xmas cardboard; Local News Extra STAFFORD. 181
Child's play for sick kids; FESTIVE CHEER: Hospital to benefit from toys and cash thanks to girls' efforts. 286
Children in box surprise. 142
Children sing out for OAPs; CASTLE BROMWICH. 149
Christmas tummy can be rum do; SOLIHULL. 260
Church a picture of festive events; East City News YARDLEY. 109
Church invite for a cuppa; CASTLE BROMWICH. 89
City clash is so crucial to us - Olof; VILLA NEWS. 421
Class act helping to save sight; SOLIHULL. 205
Cocaine led teenager to rob shopper; Black Country News BILSTON. 266
Coe's Olympic starter's orders; CASTLE VALE. 166
College's taste of Germany; Solihull News SOLIHULL. 179
Confidence set to be battered; ECONOMY: Fears of tough 2008 with rising costs and skills shortage. 303
Congregating in tents for charity; Central City News WYLDE GREEN. 157
Crash road speed blitz. 286
Cricket: Deadly duo make England feel heat; FINAL TEST: Sri Lanka fight back after early wickets give tourists the edge. 449
Cricket: England strike to remove openers; FINAL TEST: Lucky lbws give tourists the edge after rain delays start of play. 449
Cricket: England strike to remove openers; FINAL TEST: Sri Lanka fight back after early wickets give tourists the edge. 452
Cricket: Hamison leads an England fightback; FINAL TEST: Fast bowler grabs key wickets to leave game finely balanced. 456
Cunnah chosen to lead re-vamp; VILLA NEWS. 306
Dance yourself fit with folk classes; ELMDON HEATH. 81
Darts: Mardle magic. 97
Dave eats his way through market. 316
Day the Mayor met Santa; North City News COLMORE ROW. 126
Drab staff get the Trinny treatment! TV: Workers restyled by makeover pair - but only for a day. 490
Drinkers jailed for club attack; Black Country News DARLASTON: Nightspot doorman battered 'for no reason'. 261
Duo offering an organic paradise; South City News HARBORNE: New store opens its doors as Notting Hill comes to the High Street. 334
Extra pay to halt bin strike; Council bid to prevent 'winter of discontent'. 449
Fallon faces hearing on failed drugs test. 183
Family Life: Struggle behind a beaming smile; Charity BIBIC helps Down's syndrome child Noah with his development. 674
Family of eight flee from blaze. 144
Fast-food raiders; WALSALL. 89
Firefighters probe into pub blaze. 105
Football: Gibson: I'll take centre ground; WOLVES NEWS. 458
Football: Home form holds the key insists Johnson. 584
Football: Petrov: I'll win my fitness race. 399
Forum plea or training; SKILLS: One in five workers have no qualifications. 310
Fox believes in impact of assistant Mullen. 219
Free Xmas meals for the needy; North City News ERDINGTON. 148
From The Forum; Your views on the future of Moseley Road swimming baths. Have your say by visiting www.birminghammail.net/forum. 170
Get home safe and sound; WORCESTERSHIRE. 184
Gibson: I'll take centre ground; WOLVES NEWS. 402
Gold: We need period of stability. 223
Golf: Anders boost. 155
Guards are charged over escape. 162
Guards are charged over escape. 194
Harriers aim for second helpings; NON-LEAGUE. 336
Harris Bask in glory of new offices. 152
Hart's in fight to be No.1. 257
Health Midlands: 'Silent epidemic' that causes fertility trouble. 146
Health Midlands: BIBIC supports kids' families. 148
Health Midlands: His achievements are a great to see. 260
Health Midlands: Is our child overweight? Ask Alan YOUR CHILD HEALTH QUERIES. 422
Hockey: Harborne lose ground at top. 132
How to get in touch with us. 108
How to vote for your Santa's little helper; Now it is YOUR chance to choose the Birmingham Mail Santa's Little Helpers. Simply choose your favourite child or children from the photographs printed today and call or text us to vote. Our winners will win fabulous prizes from The Pallasades Shopping Centre. 1616
Hunt for killer of Canadian. 200
I can be Czech mate at Albion; 6'4" shot-stopper keen to make switch to Hawthorns. 408
I like tap water, but lack bottle. 449
Inside View: I'm up in arms at licence renewal; In association with BARCLAYS. 302
It's double top as Ross and Simon lead by 20 points; HIGH Jack. 410
Italian coach wrong choice; COMMENT. 363
Jesus Christ. 82
Keep gifts under wraps, say police; Local News Extra REDDITCH: Warning issued to families to prevent theft of presents in run-up to Christmas. 307
Keeping an eye on the elderly. 166
Kids warned of pond dangers. 183
KPMG's big slice. 140
L-driver data disk 'missing' POLITICS: Second security scandal after incident in US. 404
Late bar request refused. 123
Lawn Tennis: Warwickshire in high spirits after Africa adventure; VOLLEYS. 382
Letter: Your Say - Breaking code; In association with POST OFFICE. 131
Letter: Your Say - Clean-up gripes; In association with POST OFFICE. 81
Letter: Your Say - Perfect example; In association with POST OFFICE. 104
Letter: Your Say - Speedway hell; In association with POST OFFICE. 86
Letter: Your Say - Sports kit appeal; In association with POST OFFICE. 82
Letter: Your Say - Too much to ask; In association with POST OFFICE. 106
Letter: Your Say - Too much to ask; In association with POST OFFICE. 93
Letter: Your Say - Wheelchair hazard; In association with POST OFFICE. 150
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill should be g-Owen for stars. 150
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill should be g-Owen for stars. 135
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill should be g-Owen for stars. 104
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill should be g-Owen for stars. 315
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill should be g-Owen for stars. 186
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill should be g-Owen for stars. 82
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill should be g-Owen for stars. 84
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill should be g-Owen for stars. 104
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill should be g-Owen for stars. 181
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill should be g-Owen for stars. 149
Lights show way to Christmas; EDGBASTON. 112
Man in car kidnapped and beaten. 148
Man jailed for beating girlfriend; PERTON. 252
Members congregate in tents for charity; North City News WYLDE GREEN. 103
Midlands 'heartland of industry'. 122
Money to build on success. 369
Mum told lie after PC shot; PENN FIELDS: Girlfriend attempted to pervert course of justice. 247
Mural is making a splash; STAFFORD. 152
Mystery of beer barrel blast death. 405
Needy kids list Xmas wishes; Black Country News SANDWELL. 220
Neighbour's grief for air smash man; PLANE TRAGEDY: 'Dynamic' 60-year-old loved flying trips with his mate. 332
New firm on board. 129
New opening date set for pounds 12m centre; TUDOR GRANGE: Leisure complex is taking longer than planned to complete. 412
OAPs urged to book in for free flu jab. 191
Office boost for complex; LICHFIELD: Building society to open branch at development. 330
Old-fashioned family fun; DICK WHITTINGTON Solihull Arts Complex. 121
On your marks! FITNESS: At last... Brum set to get its own city centre half marathon. 265
Party fit for a Queen on list; KENILWORTH: Inventory shines light on Earl's efforts to woo Elizabeth. 368
Pensioner in shed dies, 81. 179
Petrov: I'll win my race; VILLA NEWS. 250
Phillips contract 'will be sorted' ALBION NEWS. 267
Phillips deal will be sorted - boss; ALBION NEWS. 275
Pick of the day. 200
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Carling Cup Football (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 100
Pirate DVD seller sent into custody; COURT: Your crime causes massive damage to film industry, city man told. 237
Planning Applications. 370
Planning Applications; Solihull News. 370
Players humbled by visit to hospice; FESTIVE CHEER: Villa stars put smiles on faces of poorly children. 390
Plumpton cover-up pays off for punters. 290
Police concerned for missing man, 62. 197
Police run a tight ship - audit. 256
Police run a tight ship, says report. 178
Poster drive over drinking; STAFFORD. 128
pounds 600,000 new look for centre; KINGS HEATH. 240
pounds 700k boost for four play sites. 210
Productive trip for great Dane; WOLVERHAMPTON. 95
Protesters fight to rescue venue; Black Country News OLD HILL: Anger as February 1 deadline set to close Regis Banqueting Suite. 364
Quiz of the day. 89
Relief as pensions nightmare ended; RETIREMENT FUNDS: Former city workers celebrate Hain's 90pc rescue package. 445
Remember When? 1982. 89
Riddle of beer barrel blast death. 449
Rock band the Envy of millions. 158
Royal Mail's post haste. 189
Rugby Union: Latham to sign. 99
Russian linked to Blues takeover. 223
Salon leaves ladies in Pink; Solihull News CASTLE BROMWICH: Women get boost in battle against cancer. 347
Santa's on safari! 159
Schools set for a green makeover; EDUCATION: City heads to receive pounds 6m for carbon neutral classrooms. 241
Seller of pirate DVDs locked up; GREAT BARR: Fake copies of recently released films sold on market Black Country News. 253
Shock treatment. 174
Simon's bubbly bus prize. 124
Sir-prise party for teacher Phil. 136
Small firms full of Xmas cheer; SURVEY: Bosses give generously over the festive period. 274
Solihull Magistrates. 278
Special thanks for Concern; Local News Extra CANNOCK. 216
Speedway: Adam joins Brummies. 364
Star loo team clean up; DUDLEY/WOLLASTON Black Country News. 210
Swan about with pounds 1,850; BARBOURNE. 193
Teach Midlands: Little stars' chance to shine; Who says the nativity play is a thing of the past? National surveys may be telling us that schools are avoiding Mary, Joseph and Baby Jesus but lots of local schools maintain the tradition. 813
Teach Midlands: Our success is a joint effort; School Of The Week CRANMORE INFANTS, NORTHLAND ROAD, SHIRLEY. 272
Teach Midlands: We're top of the class; TOP CLASS CASH 2007. 1099
Teen charged with street fight murder; Black Country News DUDLEY. 102
Teen lied to shield gunman. 208
Tenant champs are honoured; North City News ERDINGTON: Special ceremony for council homes campaigners. 273
Tenants vent fury at council; East City News SHARD END: Redevelopment forcing families from homes. 285
Terry suffers bad break with injury. 85
The Army life for you? Local News Extra KIDDERMINSTER. 200
There's been sun mistake! POLITICS: Labour catch Conservatives faking photo-shoot. 266
Thomas rules out future with Villa; VILLA NEWS. 195
Vandals deterred by DVD. 165
Village life is looking pretty; KNOWLE: Handy reference book with historic landmarks. 299
Vote for a winner; Chance to pick Santa's Little Helper. 100
Warming slowly to Hard men; REVIEWS HARD-FI Birmingham Carling Academy. 189
Warning over auction fakes; South City News HALL GREEN. 137
Warning over teen burglars. 396
Weighty matters on menu; Black Country News STOURBRIDGE. 209
Wenger's backing young guns; CARLING CUP. 329
WIN a magical Christmas prize; THE REP Birmingham Repertory Theatre Club Chipper Mobile STREET ICE. 484
Woman 'groped by driver'. 273
Workers did have a ball fundraising; South City News STIRCHLEY. 199
Xmas hols to go without a bang; TRAVEL: Crackers banned on some airlines amid security fears. 315

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