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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (July 5, 2007)

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'Flintstone' home sold; PROPERTY: Neighbour pays pounds 100,000 for a cave. 316
A quacking good time at carnival; COTTERIDGE. 133
A taste of orienteering; ELMDON. 115
Ace ideas for weekend; TENNIS Black Country News. 123
Athletics: Brit duo do well in rain; GRAND PRIX: Benjamin and Gardener continue race to be fit for trials. 363
Bakeries on a roll for school. 86
Bank branches are big winners; FINANCE: Most customers want High Street contact to stay. 278
Beat the bad weather blues; KINGSTANDING. 140
Bedbugs on the increase. 117
Bedroom wrecked by blaze. 118
Big daddy is slim jim. 132
Big names set to round off silver jubilee; Local News Extra STAFFORD. 232
Binmen in strike threat. 94
Black Country News: Back to days of Robin; WEST BROM. 105
Black Country News: Stallholders in talks plea; WALSALL: Historic market could be on the move. 392
Black Country News: Support scheme praise; SANDWELL. 161
Blooming talents of art pupils; ERDINGTON. 218
Bobby Dazzlers. 264
Borough best on council tax bills; TOP OF THE LEAGUE: Ninety eight per cent of residents cough up. 283
Brave family is honoured; REDDITCH: Mum and daughter kick off Relay for Life. 358
Bright idea is boost to blind; HARBORNE: Bus hailer launched at Queen Alexandra College. 325
Building for the future. 264
Call for action on swimming pools. 631
Cameron pledge to demand mayor poll. 290
Carl's death has left a very big hole in our lives that I'm not sure will ever heal. 406
Celebrations at the double; WOODGATE VALLEY: School is released from special measures. 337
Celebs mourn Wolves legend. 191
Celebs mourn Wolves legend. 190
Central City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 348
Central City News: CHAMBERLAIN SQUARE. 88
Central City News: Fired - on my boss's first day; ASTON: Dismissal 'unfair and bungled'. 174
Central City News: Praise for Triangle makeover; HANDSWORTH. 174
Central City News: Robberies at gunpoint; LOZELLS. 180
Chance to walk on wild side; DUDLEY. 158
Charity happy to just ask; SELLY PARK. 95
Clueless over pounds 90m pools crisis. 1039
Cost threat to regional news service. 230
Cricket: Bears tamed by Steelbacks; TWENTY20: Warwickshire guaranteed home berth despite defeat. 388
Cricket: Bears tamed by Steelbacks; TWENTY20: Warwickshire guaranteed home berth despite defeat. 384
Cricket: Blackwell puts Gladiators to sword. 159
Cricket: Colly: It will be a test of character; NATWEST SERIES: England skipper gets ready for showdown. 366
Cricket: Foxes foiled by rain again. 245
Cricket: Gayle: We were good. 94
Cricket: Himley happy at Royals visit. 234
Cricket: Kumar's in form. 120
Cricket: Sri Lanka held up. 138
Cricket: Sri Lanka win. 117
Crooner still hits a high note; ANDY WILLIAMS Symphony Hall. 219
Culture clash for families; TV Choice. 462
Dad, 26 jailed for raping call girl; LIFE: Fire scare for prostitute. 261
Damilola's killers lose freedom bid. 140
Disabled get a lift at library; HALL GREEN. 201
Don't silence Digbeth's din. 204
Double shift blow; INDUSTRY: Parking problems may dash Land Rover's hopes of hours shake-up. 280
Dramatic decade for stage 'sisters' LOZELLS: Motivational partners celebrate ten years of tackling the big issues. 388
Drive to boost competitiveness. 167
Egg-citment under water; FUNDRAISER: Wacky pool race in aid of Air Ambulance. 287
EU size guidelines threat to perfect 10. 137
Families face 'fines' in moves on recycling; SANDWELL. 286
Families to have say on tax cash. 182
Family fun for festival; East City News SHELDON: Countryside crafts to attract thousands. 298
Family in despair over aid wrangle; EXCLUSIVE STRUGGLING: "We're at breaking point," says devoted father. 438
Fans go batty for cricket! SPORT: Gladiators, nuns, leprechauns and Vikings brave rain and tighter security. 443
Fans pay tribute to the Doog; Mourners line streets for funeral. 366
Food left cooking sparks fire. 199
Football: Bonser: Young guns all fired-up. 180
Football: Bonser: Young guns all fired-up. 242
Football: Davis in move to Fulham. 268
Football: Eric's the main man for Bruce; BLUES NEWS. 626
Football: Everton join race for Jase. 187
Football: Everton join the race for Koumas. 196
Football: Freddy's in bag after late twist. 258
Football: Freddy's in bag after late twist; WOLVES NEWS. 415
Football: I want a team to be proud of - boss. 409
Football: I want a team to be proud of - boss. 365
Football: It's no holiday for Mowbray; ALBION NEWS. 481
Football: It's no holiday for Mowbray; ALBION NEWS. 476
Football: McCarthy to maintain loan policy. 235
Football: McCarthy to maintain loan policy. 240
Football: My plans for Blues - Yeung. 558
Football: No more coaches at Blues. 401
Football: O'Neill finally gets his man; Reo-Coker joins Villa in pounds 8.5m deal. 341
Football: O'Neill praises Hendrie talent. 275
Football: Wright in exit. 187
Football: Wright rejects terms. 143
Football: Yeung won't meddle in team affairs. 209
Forward planning; Local News Extra LICHFIELD. 83
Four dead in Gaza Strip clash. 123
Fresh hopes for Ronald; HEALTH: Life-saving op is hurried up after Mail steps in. 347
Friends back youth festival; CITY CENTRE. 216
Funding shortfall for road tax plan. 180
Game on at Trinity. 108
Gang jailed for tax con. 296
Geared up to raise thousands; STREETLY. 314
George Melly dies, 80; SHOWBIZ: Farewell to jazz star. 410
Gloom for new buyers; PROPERTY: First-time home owners struggling. 322
Going batty for Ozzy visit; SHOWBIZ: Prince of Darkness burger and cocktail to mark tomorrow's Walk Of Stars launch. 325
Golf: Angel's delight. 95
Golf: Carew in charge in Open bid. 300
Golf: Carey's in charge in Open bid. 299
Golf: Match play places on line. 321
Golf: Rock rolls in soggy Dublin. 313
Golf: Rock rolls in soggy Dublin. 324
Green light boost; SANDWELL. 197
Head in battle to keep school open; REDDITCH: Parents and pupils backing the fight despite poor Ofsted reports Local News Extra. 374
Health forum provides tonic; HEALTH. 105
Help! We need the memories. 129
Help! We need the memories; NOSTALGIA: Appeal for Town Hall memorabilia in the countdown to grand re-opening. 366
Horse Racing: Brighter outlook. 102
Hour's time has come. 153
I want a team to be proud of; New signings are just the start for Mowbray. 367
Improvements sound so good; WOLVERHAMPTON. 200
In to bat for Rotary. 94
Inside View: Winds of change at Council House; In association with BARCLAYS. 284
Interest rates go up again. 105
Jail for man in pain who turned to drugs. 186
Key roles for new partners. 196
Kids have fun at centre opening; OLDBURY. 150
Land Rover shifts plan hits a hitch; CAR PARKING: Blow for 'days only' working. 298
Lawn Tennis: Brits boosted by Henman attack; WIMBLEDON. 503
Lawn Tennis: Brits fired up by Tim volley. 444
Lawn Tennis: Federer facing Ferrero test. 259
Lawn Tennis: Federer facing Ferrero test; WIMBLEDON. 263
Lawn Tennis: Svet out to rattle Williams. 241
Lawn Tennis: Svetlana says she is on her best form; WIMBLEDON. 313
Letter: Your Say - Blair's war shame; In association with POST OFFICE. 185
Letter: Your Say - Boxes not clever. 101
Letter: Your Say - Canals concern. 162
Letter: Your Say - Carnival success; In association with POST OFFICE. 133
Letter: Your Say - Prisons mistake; In association with POST OFFICE. 145
Letter: Your Say - Traffic knocked for six; In association with POST OFFICE. 106
Letter: Your Shout - Hammers' let-off was so, so wrong. 88
Lewis moves mountains for grandad; NEW HEIGHTS: Boy scales peaks for cancer charity. 310
Man fined for flouting smoke ban. 197
Man jailed for pub stabbing; WALSALL: Victim left 'petrified' after serious head injury. 265
Match fit for challenge; East City News SHELDON. 205
Meaty survey subject. 172
MEP calls for flood funding; Staffordshire News LICHFIELD AND TAMWORTH: Appeal for Euro disaster aid. 336
Midlands stays on high alert; TERROR THREAT: Police vow to remain vigilant of attacks. 353
Motor Racing: Brum final dates. 177
Motor Racing: I get here and Schu bales out..! MOTORSPORT BRITISH GP: Hamilton rues the absence of seven-times champ. 422
Motorist has 'lucky' escape. 127
MP Burt plays trump card; WARWICK ROAD. 109
MPs debate unit battle; CAMPAIGN: Mental health centre row goes to Commons. 326
Muddy marvellous, lads! KNOWLE. 204
Music studios back in business; EDGBASTON. 226
Musical is a sure-fire hit; THE PRODUCERS, Birmingham Hippodrome REVIEWS: Impossible not to laugh at this cracker. 218
Night Life: Dirty bassline drives track; SPIN CITY WITH 3STYLE Galaxy. 238
Night Life: Get ready for a taste explosion. 228
Night Life: Our Choice. 199
Night Life: Road To V dream is only the start; Music. 349
Night Life: Still giging after all these years. 165
Night Life: What a difference a smoke ban makes! 335
Night Life: Your Nights Out. 90
No more coaches at Blues. 616
North City News: OAP is oak-ay! ERDINGTON: Falling tree narrowly misses elderly city man. 107
O'Neill finally gets his man for pounds 8.5m. 320
O'Neill finally gets his man! Reo-Coker joins Villa in pounds 8.5m deal. 326
Open invitation to church fete; Solihull News EARLSWOOD. 96
Our boys tell of life under siege; The reality of life on frontline revealed Soldiers from the Midlands have been risking their lives thousands of miles from home in the quest to bring peace to Iraq and Afghanistan. Reporter PAUL BRADLEY caught up with them back at their barracks in Cyprus. 790
Our Say. 296
Paddy fits in a bid for title; BALSALL COMMON: Ex paratrooper's latest record attempt. 326
Pick of the day. 201
PICK OF THE DAY; Live European Tour Golf (Sky Sports 1, 3.00pm). 111
Planning Applications. 462
Plot 'intent' on casualties. 93
Police aim to draw line over graffiti blight; Local News Extra STOURPORT. 202
Police to book pupils. 200
Postie took cash gifts; GREAT BARR: Worker stole from customers Black Country News. 277
Pub hosts hospital cash night; ERDINGTON. 129
Pupil art is off the wall; CITY CENTRE. 238
Pupils make news! HOLD THE FRONT PAGE: Youngsters enjoy insight into the world of the media. 166
Pupils' first hand in film; KINGS NORTON. 134
Queen's Award for tots group; SPECIAL NEEDS. 135
Raining on our parade; RETAIL: Fashion shops hit by the downpours. 293
Rare tigers on a breeding mission; WILDLIFE: Animals say goodbye to landmark zoo in name of conservation. 275
Remember When? 1975. 94
Reporter enjoys new freedom. 162
Roll up, roll up for free festival; MALVERN PARK. 86
Rosie book has the right recipe; TRIBUTE: Fundraiser including written work by stab victim girl selling like hot cakes. 300
Rugby Union: England chances good - Dallaglio. 308
Say hi-de-hi to new Butlins. 199
School is leading the way; Staffordshire News LICHFIELD. 168
School strikes are called off. 214
Schools in art attack; Local News Extra EDUCATION. 129
Scooter is set alight. 94
Searches lottery. 104
Serving their country. 187
Serving up a fun weekend; EDGBASTON: Tennis tournament in aid of children's charity. 321
Sex pest had 'arms everywhere' Local News Extra CANNOCK. 181
Shadow minister Boris to tour city's university campus. 143
Shock over club closure; LEISURE: Revellers stunned to find Liberty's padlocked. 313
Showbiz stars were among the regulars. 172
Snorers in Sky Blue heaven... 182
Solihull News: Brave family in cancer run; SOLIHULL: Mum and daughter lead Relay for Life. 372
Solihull News: On trail of trees; DORRIDGE. 103
Solihull News: Shopping mall is jazzed up; TOUCHWOOD. 168
Soul legend Al works his old magic; AL GREEN National Indoor Arena. 180
South City News: This'll be ace! HARBORNE/EDGBASTON: Tennis weekend is Don's major fundraiser. 268
Special school gets gold star; HANDSWORTH: Mayfield achieves specialist status and funding. 226
Speedway: Manuel's debut is a real washout. 222
Students lay on fun for youngsters; NEWTOWN. 96
Taxman in bank cash bid. 143
Tennis clubs to net support for charity; NORMAN GREEN CENTRE: Players and clubs rally round for Promise Dreams Solihull News. 273
They know who I am; ELECTED MAYORS: Britain's only woman mayor makes case for referendum to give voters a say. 390
Thieving postie was caught out; GREAT BARR: Shamed worker stole cash and DVDs from customers. 352
Thug gave name during attack on man; HONEYBOURNE. 250
Tube passengers trapped. 198
Uni rank warning. 157
Villagers get say over local issues; MERIDEN. 100
Vital to nail the attackers - CID; CRIME: CCTV images released of callous offenders. 424
Warning on pounds 4,000 benefits swindle; DUDLEY: Fraudster escapes jail term. 248
We want to save the earth. 137
We're loud and proud of our town; Black Country News DUDLEY. 126
We're ready for the rain! FOOD: The show will go on whatever the weather, vow Taste of Birmingham organisers. 510
We're ready for the rain! FOOD: The show will go on whatever the weather, vow Taste of Birmingham organisers. 426
Weekend waltz; Solihull News SHIRLEY. 90
Whizz kids raise cash for hospital. 130
Williams through to semis. 228
Win an Apple iPod Nano 2GB! 216
WIN Banks's Bitter. 135
WIN tickets for Lauryn Hill's gig; The Big Gig LAURYN HILL Monday July 9: Carling Academy Birmingham CARLING. 359
Workers get ray of hope; Local News Extra STONYDELPH: Jobs could be saved. 366
Workers in pension demo. 292
Would 'only fools' buy a Land Rover? 367
Young boy is rescued from bike. 131

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