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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (January 16, 2007)

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'Blast attempt' caught on film; TRIAL: Jury view alleged failed bid to detonate bomb on Tube. 484
'Good fortune' bombs failed; COURT: Conspiracy to cause carnage 'long before' July 7. 392
'I was sacked for being pregnant' BICKENHILL: Mother launches claim for unfair dismissal at employment tribunal. 260
'Incitement to murder' shocks MP. 188
'Queen' Helen reigns at Hollywood awards. 271
1,000 mourn gun victim. 210
A record Xmas for TESCO. 148
Anti-war protester is all art. 93
Are YOU Brum's next top model? 571
Badminton: Hotshots lose out to title rivals. 274
Black Country News: A taste for health; WOLVERHAMPTON. 95
Black Country News: Anti-crime hotline is praised; SANDWELL. 177
Black Country News: BLACK COUNTRY. 157
Black Country News: Don't sell fakes here; CRIME: Warning as rogue traders are prosecuted. 344
Black Country News: Football yob is locked up; WOLVERHAMPTON: Rocks hurled at police after fans clash. 233
Black Country News: Libraries still up to the Mark; SANDWELL. 184
Black Country News: Scots delight on the menu; HALESOWEN. 149
Black Country News: Youngsters are front page news; WALSALL. 195
Blight flyers crackdown; CAMPAIGN: Moves to curb leaflet litter in city centre. 329
Bobby Dazzlers. 260
Bolly good range of courses. 144
Boozed-up Jaguar driver killed two; REDDITCH: Prison for eight-and-a-half years after 18-month police investigation. 253
Bowlers welcome no fixture clashes for this season; Jack HIGH. 368
Boxing: Lesson learned. 125
Brum's extreme Muslims exposed; Mosque's 'Wahhabi' preacher. 685
Brum's extreme Muslims exposed; Preacher 'brainwashing' youths. 184
Buses re-routed to avoid chaos. 414
Buses re-routed to avoid chaos; ST CHAD'S ROADWORKS. 412
Cardinal cashes in on capital growth; KINGSTANDING. 130
CATCH THE ACTION; International Cricket (Sky Sports 1, 5.00pm). 84
Catch-up for kids having difficulty in English and maths; Teach Midlands. 202
Cbeebies favourites in Carry Me collection. 109
Central City News: Blitz on flyers in city streets; LITTER: Leaflet distributors must pay pounds 250 for council licence and clean-up costs. 332
Central City News: College scoops award; HIGHGATE: Joseph Chamberlain wins high praise for standards. 259
Central City News: Market couple traded in fakes; HANDSWORTH: Husband and wife sold dodgy sports clothing. 258
Central City News: New traffic measures by cemetery. 122
Central City News: Positive note for ladies who lunch; EDGBASTON. 88
Central City News: Prof's plea to make Brum a 'student city' EDUCATION. 203
Central City News: Pulling out the stops on free bus; PRIORY QUEENSWAY. 255
Central City News: Smudge art is just the tonic; HOCKLEY. 340
Children march to save school; Human chain plan. 399
City fights for pounds 4m parks cash; LICHFIELD. 188
City full of good sports. 112
Club Corner. 150
Club eyes home win. 210
Club for over-55s; DUDLEY. 98
College visitors putting on the style! DUDLEY. 153
Cookbook Of TheWeek; Family Life. 143
Cricket: Back with a bang. 201
Cricket: Flintoff ensures first for England; COMMONWEALTH BANK SERIES: Relief as Vaughan's men win at last. 496
Cricket: Freddie lifts the England gloom. 93
Cricket: Khan ruled out. 137
Cricket: Knight: We must play own game. 423
Cricket: Rhodes has plan. 140
Cricket: Skipper fear for England. 132
Cricket: Steyn set to bowl in for Bears. 172
Cricket: Winner for Flintoff; THE MAIL'S RACING CORRESPONDENT. 125
Customer in kidnap hell; COURT: Loan shark terrorised man he snatched from street. 268
Discover the career you really want. 396
Disney's Wonderful World of Knowledge; Teach Midlands. 469
Does obscurity in US beckon for Beckham? Inside View In association with BARCLAYS. 295
Dom puts down Festival Marker. 317
Enemy within; EXTREMISTS: Documentary reveals hate-filled teachings at city mosque. 768
England 'wants own parliament'. 87
England 'wants own parliament'. 161
Extremist Muslims 'preaching holy war'. 426
Far East flight for just pounds 1.45! TRAVEL: Malaysian tycoon eyes no-frills service to Brum. 360
Fare dodgers pay the price; RAIL: Train travellers without tickets hit by fines. 361
Fears as drug-driving rate soars. 255
Feeling a bit ruff? HEALTH: Margaret's potions bring relief to humans and their four-legged friends. 358
Fight the flab with the Mail. 186
Firm rescue is delivered; INDUSTRY: Buyer found for ailing parcel deliverer Amtrak. 236
Firms failing 'green' test; SURVEY: Companies not doing enough for environment. 240
Football: Adams demands Cup backlash. 197
Football: Albion looking at Loko motion; ALBION NEWS. 344
Football: Baggies boss in Loko motion; Mowbray striker alert. 369
Football: Balancing act for Mowbray; ALBION NEWS. 416
Football: Blues set new date for Leeds clash. 138
Football: Burge's strike is decisive. 132
Football: Butler puts it on a plate for Saddlers; WALSALL NEWS WALSALL 2 GRIMSBY 0. 512
Football: Cooper snaps up Accrington defender. 214
Football: Doyle sets benchmark for Ward to emulate. 398
Football: Duo set to fight for Dunn; BLUES NEWS. 256
Football: Early move for Becks ruled out. 347
Football: Football. It's a funny old game, isn't it? 362
Football: Foster: We really need Young. 171
Football: Henry hoping to face Baggies Doyle sets. 226
Football: Henry's hoping to face Baggies. 224
Football: Laursen eyeing Watford return; VILLA NEWS. 299
Football: Mowbray balancing act. 231
Football: New boy can be as tasty as Sheff. 494
Football: O'Neill in vow to get it right; Boss promises to turn Villa into European challengers. 442
Football: Players respond to Money's plea. 267
Football: Rowan tipped to be tasty. 284
Football: Whild wants Oxford victory; NON-LEAGUE. 286
Football: Wolves spot on says McCarthy. 308
Forum targets criminals. 170
Friends hot foot it over 150 miles to raise cash for a cancer charity; Family Life Fitness. 373
Fun for the over-sixties; SOLIHULL. 86
Get hip with new ring tone. 200
Get in shape with latest courts; LICHFIELD. 127
Get slim at home with the BIRMINGHAM MAIL; Health Midlands The Birmingham Mail will be following the fortunes of six local women who have joined the Slimming Club. So meet our slimmers... 860
Hanging from rafters, rolling in sand.... all in a day's work at the Young Rep; Teach Midlands. 450
Head beats school odds. 80
Hollywood golden girls; AWARDS: Glittery gowns grab glory as Britain's Queen Helen reigns. 339
Homes facing the bulldozer; GOSCOTE: Outcry over redevelopment plans. 380
Horse Racing: Irish dominate Champion entries. 345
Hotbed for Lotto. 105
HOW THE CLUB WORKS; Health Midlands. 226
Hunt for armed raiders; BROMSGROVE. 249
Hunt for chip shop raid gang; BATES HILL. 202
Inflation alert by Chamber; PRICES INDEX: Plea as 1991 high equalled. 252
Inflation soars to 1991 level. 185
It benefits kids in more than simply learning how to act; Teach Midlands. 830
Jail for shop robber's ex; SHELDON: Getaway driver 'forced into crime'. 359
Keep coming, shoppers told; MINWORTH: Asda pledges to stay open during massive rebuild. 329
Lawn Tennis: Busby brothers are quick to make the French connection; VOLLEYS. 391
Lawn Tennis: It's so easy for faultless Andy. 365
Lawn Tennis: Nadal shows he can stand heat. 360
Learning overflows from the classroom; Teach Midlands School Of The Week REDNAL HILL JUNIOR SCHOOL, REDNAL. 365
Legal eagles soaring up ladder. 128
Lesson for the whole family; KINGSTANDING. 111
Letter: Your Say - Ageism still rules. 128
Letter: Your Say - Free to choose. 226
Letter: Your Say - Here we go again. 99
Letter: Your Say - Hospital horror. 82
Letter: Your Say - Time to get it sorted. 208
Letter: Your Say - Time to get it sorted. 158
Letter: Your Say - Transport debate. 210
Letter: Your Say - Unfair pricing. 179
Letter: Your Shout - BLUES only had two options. 108
Letter: Your Shout - DAVID Sullivan responded. 80
Letter: Your Shout - FAIR play to the Blues board. 81
Letter: Your Shout - I WAS really chuffed. 90
Letter: Your Shout - IT'S with a heavy heart that we say goodbye. 137
Letter: Your Shout - O'Neill needs to start delivering. 1478
Letter: Your Shout - WELL done Mr Sullivan for answering. 92
Look who's coming to dinner; Your guide to tonight's TV in association with Thomson TV Choice. 436
Mail is just the ticket to ride on No 11. 181
Make Brum a 'student city' EDUCATION: Plea for re-branding as a major university hub. 346
Mercy mission an African hit; SHENSTONE: Ailing Ugandan mums queue to see our Brenda. 345
MP Jones tells why she quit; POLITICS: Parting shot at Labour's leaders. 428
New drugs in fight on superbug. 153
New Members. 103
New plea on smoke alarms; STAFFORDSHIRE. 235
North City News: Mercy mission is a big hit in Africa; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Ailing Ugandan mums queue to see our Brenda. 352
North City News: Midwife's unique idea is a gem; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 134
North City News: Spanners and salads on sale; SUTTON COLDFIELD. 98
Oh yes we are Merry! DROITWICH. 210
Our bargain with the brave. 512
Our Say. 312
Owners rapped in car crime battle; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Police knocking on doors to warn of valuables left in view. 231
Panto's fairytale; THEATRE: Couple who met in cast of Cinderella return with gift 11 years on. 398
Penalty threat on tax deadline; ACCOUNTS: Late payments could cost pounds 60 a day. 343
Pick of the day. 189
PICK OF THE DAY; Live FA Cup Football (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 97
Pool to shut for repair work. 82
pounds 100,000 bingo win; WOLVERHAMPTON. 81
pounds 200,000 paintings plundered. 83
pounds 500m reason why you were late for work; ST CHAD'S ROADWORKS. 382
Probe after helicopter crashes on runway; WOLVERHAMPTON. 197
Punters flee in 'anthrax' scare; CITY EMERGENCY: Major highway closed off and poison teams move in. 338
Punters flee in 'anthrax' scare; CITY EMERGENCY: Major highway closed off and poison teams move in. 395
Queen's medal for stabbing victim PC; ST CHAD'S ROADWORKS. 412
Quiz of the day. 99
Rallying: Stephane leads. 96
Remember When? January 1979. 105
REVIEWS: Merry time for panto crowd; BABES IN THE WOOD Aldridge Youth Theatre. 172
REVIEWS: Rejuvenated Reasons rock; HUNDRED REASONS Carling Academy 2, Birmingham. 154
Robbery death: 2 released; CALDMORE. 140
Rugby Union: Bees ready to sign up Linnett, 44. 390
Sauce cash is slammed; CAMPAIGN: Axed HP factory bosses splash out pounds 4m. 360
Schools and centre targeted in raids; TAMWORTH. 156
Scores of workers laid off as firms flounder. 262
Shedding light on employment law. 372
Sign of mums 'talking' to their babies; YARDLEY. 286
Snooker: Doherty sees off Hawkins. 110
Soap Watch. 140
Solihull Magistrates. 265
Solihull News: 'Bullied' woman in payout victory; SHIRLEY: TELL US WHAT'SBoss helped force out pregnant worker, tribunal finds. 333
Solihull News: Calling all nature lovers; EARLSWOOD. 165
Solihull News: Dancing for joy at new block; BALSALL COMMON. 190
Solihull News: Fare dodgers pay the price; RAIL Train travellers without tickets hit by fines. 262
Solihull News: Going wild; WARWICK ROAD. 91
Solihull News: Have a say on transport; TRANSPORT. 117
Solihull News: Housing protesters gear up for inquiry fight; PLANNING. 99
Solihull News: Jail for shop robber's ex. 353
Solihull News: Ramblers on right path; COUNCIL. 222
Solihull News: Top tips for youth from ex-Blues star; FOOTBALL. 196
South City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 535
South City News: Concerts for hospice; SELLY PARK. 101
South City News: Drugs police on the scent; QUINTON: Alert bobbies follow noses to big cannabis factory in respectable semi. 351
South City News: Extra hours at library; ACOCKS GREEN. 92
South City News: Family fun down at the country park; RUBERY. 166
South City News: Fare dodgers pay the price; RAIL: Train travellers without tickets hit by fines. 236
South City News: Gifts to the needy; KINGS NORTON. 112
South City News: Jailed for taking drug into prison; WEOLEY CASTLE. 196
South City News: NAMED AND SHAMED. 143
South City News: Smudge art real tonic for appeal; SELLY PARK: pounds 1,600 raised towards nursing home electrically-operated beds. 276
South City News: Support on ethnic drug problems; EDGBASTON. 174
Stakes in airport set to be sold off; INDUSTRY: Chief insists business as usual after future ownership in doubt. 237
Stealing sat navs 'puts lives at risk' WALSALL: System only works in ambulances - but thefts toll keeps mounting. 342
Sun never sets on old Summer Lane; HOCKLEY/NEWTOWN: Enthusiasts of bygone Brum keep the flame alive. 379
Then & Now; Blues (1954-59). 186
Time for answers on A&E future. 197
Time for answers on A&E future; CAMPAIGN: Tonight's meeting is your chance to quiz health chiefs about shake-up. 357
Tragedy biker is named by police. 106
Train fare dodgers pay high price; CAMPAIGN. 241
Train fare dodgers pay high price; CAMPAIGN. 255
Training programme has its rewards. 293
Tumour dog pair banned. 181
Tumour dog pair banned; ANIMAL CRUELTY: Couple let 'massive' growth fester. 270
Turtles family snap up prizes. 301
Van driver avoids jail for high-speed chase. 162
Warning on bogus firemen. 209
We weren't warned; ST CHAD'S ROADWORKS. 351
We'll make bags of cash thanks to pupils; CHARITY. 207
We've got thugs on the run; CANNOCK: Crime fight success is hailed. 325
WIN Banks's Bitter. 138
WIN tickets for a great family film; Chipper Club. 442
Woman, 86 dies in crash. 136
Workers show racism in football the red card; LITTLE ASTON. 247
Yachting star aboard for awards. 180
Your Stars. 679
Your Stars. 688
Youth get new place to go; STECHFORD. 146
Youtube ban by city judge; INTERNET: Action after Mail tip-off over illegal filming in court. 316

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