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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (March 15, 2007)

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'Dippers' prey on pensioners; REDDITCH. 100
49 police are killed by communists. 151
9/11 plotter 'planned UK atrocities'. 131
Accident unit at 'breaking point' KIDDERMINSTER: Row after patients switched to minor injuries department. 290
Actor's sale just the tonic. 151
Animal rights trio's appeals are rejected; COURT: Judges reject plea for shorter sentences. 294
Apprentice Tim's tips for the top. 186
Athlete in drug shame. 140
Band's 7 gigs in as many hours. 155
Battle is on to save day centre; BORDESLEY: Shock as council facility for handicapped faces closure. 411
Bid to slam-dunk title No. 3; WORCESTER. 196
Big Top thriller! LEISURE: Gravity-defying Russians roll into town for spectacular display. 304
Bishop's on move; HARTLEBURY. 176
Black Country News: Cab rank parkers face fine; WALSALL. 114
Black Country News: Cleaning up! WALSALL. 113
Black Country News: Crackdown on crime in 'hotspots' WALSALL. 157
Black Country News: Help trace my aunt; WEST BROMWICH: Woman in Wales finds she has nieces she's never met. 266
Black Country News: Mum gives up the fight over eviction; WEST BROMWICH: 'Bad neighbour' family resigned to moving out. 295
Blow to Blair over Trident; POLITICS: Labour MPs rebel against move to renew nuclear deterrent. 344
Blues fan's tragic end; FAMILY: Dad dies just months after realising his dream of retirement in New Zealand. 300
Bobby Dazzlers. 304
Bogus official is foiled; BROMSGROVE. 154
Boyfriend tears in 'honour' trial; COURT: Video shown to jury of body in suitcase murder victim. 379
Burglar jailed for 47 raids on homes; WEDNESFIELD: Dad used proceeds of crime to buy drugs. 231
Cadbury to split chocolate from its drinks business. 238
Central City News: Battle to save marine life; SEA LIFE CENTRE. 202
Central City News: Boyfriend tears in 'honour' trial; HANDSWORTH: Video shown to jury of body in suitcase murder victim. 367
Central City News: Students offer free health tests; COLLEGE. 242
Central City News: Team shake-up pays dividends; EASTSIDE. 110
Central City News: The green life; LADYWOOD: Homes on course for solar power and wind turbines. 325
Central City News: Wayne full of fighting talk; SMALL HEATH: Champion boxer's message to youngsters. 275
Charity cash hits a high note; WOLVERHAMPTON. 154
City park with an eye on the sky; LEA BANK. 274
City's claim shame. 98
Consultation ends on A&E plans. 215
Council staff's 17 days a year off ill; SICKNESS ROW: Housing department comes under fire over spiralling absenteeism. 375
Court blow to pair wrongly jailed for murder; STOURBRIDGE. 177
Cricket: Anderson scare rocks England; WORLD CUP: Pace bowler doubtful after breaking finger in practice. 324
Cricket: Bears begin to warm up for season. 242
Cricket: Easy for Aussies. 119
Cricket: Kenya cruise. 89
Cricket: Kenya cruise. 88
Cricket: Zimbabwe know nothing about Irish. 203
Dad in attack is spared jail; COURT: Helper hit by machete in case of mistaken identity. 350
Dancing the night away! COMIC RELIEF: From celebrity clothes auctions and exhausting gigs to record-breaking line dancing challenges, big-hearted Brummies are doing their best to raise charity cash. 258
Dog left without a home. 168
Double joy for Helen; New mum leaves heartache behind. 425
Double the joy for new mum Helen. 334
Drink up at festival. 112
East City News: Dismay as louts' home approved; YARDLEY: Neighbours' protests over-ridden as council gives green light. 346
East City News: Religion not a necessity; GARRETTS GREEN. 86
Electric shock horror. 129
Embracing cultures. 134
End of an era at city factory; HERITAGE: Sad workers bottle their last HP brown sauce. 489
Extravaganza is full of Eastern promise. 191
Families in mast meeting outcry; WALSALL. 208
Fears over shake-up. 184
Football: Albion curse unlucky break. 398
Football: Albion curse unlucky break; Davies injured as promotion bid suffers big setback. 400
Football: Arsenal curse strikes again; VILLA NEWS Villa fall to lucky goal as Gunners pinch win VILLA 0 ARSENAL 1. 883
Football: Blues aim to put gloss on Mat contract. 438
Football: Boss targets Prem big guns; O'Neill's 2-year plan. 532
Football: Boss: Ban could be blessing. 222
Football: Even boss was lost for words - Gareth; VILLA NEWS. 343
Football: March 14, 2007: The night the dream died? ALBION NEWS. 736
Football: March 14, 2007: The night the dream died? NEWS ALBION. 742
Football: Mowbray: We share Barcelona philosophy. 394
Football: Mowbray: We share Barcelona philosophy. 394
Football: Ndah's landed on his feet... as a City player! MAIL SPORT FOCUS THE last time Wolves travelled to Sheffield Wednesday the luckless George Ndah departed the footballing arena - on a stretcher - for the very last time. But as PAUL BERRY discovered, there are no regrets from one of football's genuine good guys. 1408
Football: Nico set to quit. 132
Football: O'Neill targets big guns. 530
Football: O'Neill: Carew's getting better; VILLA NEWS. 309
Football: Sky Blues in cup thriller. 89
Football: Sky Blues in cup thriller. 88
Football: Things are looking up for Cooper. 327
Football: Things are looking up for Cooper. 384
Football: Vaesen: Stan is no drugs cheat! BLUES NEWS. 438
Football: We're still in race for promotion - McIndoe. 408
Football: Wrack back on track after fright. 92
FREE print of the city centre parade. 152
Fury at not-so-fair pay cuts; The Stirrer. 271
Get tough with parking menaces; The Stirrer. 118
Give greener firms a fighting chance. 99
Golf: Nirat three ahead after record 61. 227
Golf: Westwood has leader in sights. 236
Hair we go on catwalk; CANNOCK. 165
Having a ball to beat cancer; SANDWELL. 162
Hello Dolly comes to the stage; ARTS COMPLEX. 116
Hip, hip hooray! SPIN CITY. 180
Historian Carl talks on family trees. 95
Hope for 20,000 new jobs. 110
Horse Racing: Bailey has the World at his feet. 258
Horse Racing: Play can eclipse Star. 374
Horse Racing: Voy joy for King. 357
House and cars torched in attack. 139
How I'd look if I smoked for the next 50 years... HEALTH: Mail's non-smoking reporter sees shock effects of cigarettes. 340
In-store jails plan for thieves. 131
Inside View: No harm in trusting the people; In association with BARCLAYS. 407
Jo's a new Brand of apprentice; TV Choice. 424
Kings of speed hit fast lane; SPEEDWAY: New generation of racing heroes ready to burn up track in Brum. 470
Language leaving us behind. 104
Lawn Tennis: Murray's march. 103
Letter: Your Say - Blow to democracy; in association with POST OFFICE. 142
Letter: Your Say - Blow to democracy; In association with POST OFFICE. 142
Letter: Your Say - Bus journey hell; In association with POST OFFICE. 209
Letter: Your Say - Bus journey hell; in association with POST OFFICE. 209
Letter: Your Say - Mayors issue is serious; In association with POST OFFICE. 127
Letter: Your Say - Mayors issue is serious; In association with POST OFFICE. 82
Letter: Your Say - Mayors issue is serious; in association with POST OFFICE. 82
Letter: Your Say - Paper collection; In association with POST OFFICE. 83
Letter: Your Say - Schools crisis; In association with POST OFFICE. 178
Letter: Your Say - Stadium hurdle; In association with POST OFFICE. 115
Letter: Your Shout - Clemence was best of bad lot. 114
Letter: Your Shout - WHY are people involved. 88
Lift death: man in court over murder. 107
Lords vote flies in face of MPs. 122
Lottery's decade of success; SUTTON. 145
Lucky dip; MARSTON GREEN. 100
Made over youth club reopens. 121
Man dealt cocaine to fund own habit; NEW INVENTION. 171
Man slept through fire. 97
Marching 'to return streets to our young'. 410
Mayor's high note for hospice; SANDWELL. 191
Midwives dress to impress. 98
More carriages 'needed soon'. 196
More rebel over Trident. 222
Motor Racing: Lewis after a fast start; MOTORSPORT. 284
MPs backing Mail referendum plea; ELECTED MAYORS: Commons members support right of voters to decide. 541
Murder stuns Church leader; CRIME: Tragedy of 'devoted and selfless' vicar - Archbishop. 349
New bid to go green; BOURNVILLE. 120
New healthcare chiefs; SOLIHULL. 144
New help for injury victims; SELLY OAK: Brain Trust's rehabilitation centre opens. 255
New Street chaos alert; TRANSPORT: Only ten extra staff to cope with 10,000 racegoers. 359
Night Life: Celebrate St Patrick with a steak and Guinness pie; Pub Review O'NEILL'S Broad Street, Birmingham Tel 0121 616 7821. 311
Night Life: Central Line inject life into Ibsen drama; Reviews Hedda Gabler LICHFIELD GARRICK. 161
Night Life: Confusing and long; Reviews Setup DANCEXCHANGE. 179
Night Life: EastEnders' Jill spotted; Eye On BROAD ST 1. 98
Night Life: Idle boys keeping themselves busy; Music Scots return to their rock roots re-energised after folk music side projects IDLEWILD Tomorrow: Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton Tickets: 0870 320 7000. 516
Night Life: It was all about Uganda for Tom; Music How McFly singer's ode to his girlfriend helped build a school in Africa. 258
Night Life: Our Choice. 207
Night Life: Thank heavens - dim future for palm trees; Eye On BROAD ST 1. 147
Night Life: Thursday night DJ set for ex-Mondays man; Music. 243
No harm in trusting the people; Inside View In association with BARCLAYS. 407
North City News: A lucky escape; CASTLE BROMWICH: Claire cheats death by returning home. 276
North City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 435
North City News: Cash aid for health scheme; GREAT BARR: Community group is awarded pounds 8,600 grant. 288
North City News: Celebrating St Patrick; ERDINGTON. 175
North City News: ERDINGTON. 142
North City News: Fighting problem of poverty; KINGSHURST. 181
North City News: Getting old train line back on track; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Councillor launches campaign to re-open rail service. 321
North City News: Growing for the future; PERRY BARR. 183
North City News: School staff raise cash for hospice; CASTLE BROMWICH. 182
North City News: SUTTON COLDFIELD. 119
OAP injured in bus crash. 85
OAP injured in bus crash. 98
Old folk tell MP of their worries; CHASETOWN. 184
Our 'green' house gas bill was just 87p! ECO-FRIENDLY: Couple are quids in living on complex. 311
Our Say. 316
Parking plan sparks outcry; HILLFIELD: MP and residents angry at council proposals. 322
Permit holders only to use tip sites - council; REDDITCH/ BROMSGROVE. 138
Pick of the day. 192
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Premier League Darts (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 112
Pledge over twins deportation fight; CAMPAIGN: Students say they 'will do anything' to stop sisters being booted out. 543
PM honours life-saving work. 281
PM honours life-saving work. 280
pounds 3,000 cash is here to help; HALL GREEN. 173
pounds 53bn bill for hosting Olympics. 142
pounds 8m payout to crash girl; COURT: Record compensation after she's left paralysed. 374
Pride in the community; FEATHERSTONE. 96
Public to have say on pounds 1.4m centre; LICHFIELD: Darwin Hall will be focal point for the community. 322
Quiz of the day. 85
Reclaim our streets for their sake. 501
Remember When? March 1974. 102
REVIEW: Arena of fame for 'king' Ricky; Ricky Gervais NIA. 203
Reviews: Basically brilliant. 249
Reviews: Timeless memories. 226
Reward offer in OAP attack; WALSALL: Pensioner victim of baffling murder attempt. 359
Rugby Union: Cueto's raring to get back. 291
Satnam has pizza the action. 103
School hails cash for new play area; ALREWAS. 182
School search for weapons; CRIME: Metal detectors used on pupils in mock demonstration. 478
School staff are class act for hospice; CASTLE BROMWICH. 172
Sell-off plan for Cadbury; BUSINESS: Chocolate maker could go to rival after demerger. 287
Six world leaders in blitz on Iran. 131
Slim arm of the law. 94
Soap Watch. 147
Solihull News: All faiths together; FORUM: Religious harmony group is on the lookout for new members. 248
Solihull News: Best Blossomfield blooms; SOLIHULL COLLEGE. 106
Solihull News: Cleaning up! SOLIHULL. 111
Solihull News: Cleaning up! SOLIHULL. 113
Solihull News: Fun at murder night; BRUETON PARK. 115
Solihull News: Mercy on phone snatcher; SMITH'S WOOD: Robbery 'a mad moment'. 278
South City News: Cleaning up to boost hospice; SELLY OAK. 119
South City News: Eve is bringing the Bible to life; HIGHTER'S HEATH. 185
South City News: Marathon run to tackle diabetes; HALL GREEN: Nigel's going through pain barrier in London to raise pounds 2,000. 259
South City News: Memorial is honoured; MOSELEY. 143
South City News: Politicians hit beat to fight crime; COTTERIDGE. 243
Speeding driver's dodge is rumbled. 153
Speedway: Werner: Why I nearly quit; BAD TIME: Brummies skipper was devastated by injuries and death of grandmother. 392
Spotlight on fathers; ARTS COMPLEX. 95
Spotlight on smoking ban; HALL GREEN. 126
Stabbing: Hunt for husband. 262
Step in the right direction; HILLFIELD PARK. 101
Take it from Samina - it ain't easy being green; The Stirrer. 299
Teeing off for charity; LICHFIELD. 128
Teen in savage beating. 98
Tennis coach denies girl sex assault. 82
The apple of Brum's eye! BUSINESS AWARDS: Judges look favourably on specs. 291
Think pink for charity. 295
Tories in pledge on station. 235
Trip home saved me from killer cyclone; CASTLE BROMWICH: Claire's new life in Africa ripped apart by 160mph winds. 282
Vicar murder: Man quizzed; CRIME: Village in shock over stabbing in church grounds. 343
Victim over drink limit; INQUEST: Woman in crash not wearing seatbelt. 276
Village battle goes to wire; DODFORD: Two-month wait for campaigners trying to save inn. 269
Visit worth gambling on; LEISURE: Casino at heart of NEC vision for future. 329
Warning over car break-ins; RUGELEY: Spate of thefts after valuables left in vehicles. 307
Wayne stakes claim. 221
We moved in to a 'green' house and our gas bill was just 87 pence; ECO-FRIENDLY: Couple are quids in living on Sandwell's revolutionary new complex. 398
WIN Banks's Bitter. 135
WIN family break in Dublin plus pounds 200. 550
Women get active. 81
Write to us and win a digital radio. 193
Your Nights Out; Ecko Records' third birthday bash at Hidden and Moon Lounge. 82

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