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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
Black Country News: TELL US WHAT'S HAPPENING WHERE YOU ARE. 82
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
CATCH THE ACTION. 100
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: TELL US WHAT'S HAPPENING WHERE YOU ARE. 100
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: GEORGE'S MAGICAL MOLINEUX MOMENTS; MAIL SPORT FOCUS. 220
Football: GEORGE'S MAGICAL MOLINEUX MOMENTS; MAIL SPORT FOCUS. 223
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
KINGSHURST. 97
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
Solihull News: TELL US WHAT'S HAPPENING WHERE YOU ARE. 112
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
South City News: TELL US WHAT'S HAPPENING WHERE YOU ARE. 147
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
TELL US WHAT'S HAPPENING WHERE YOU ARE; Staffordshire News. 147
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
Worcestershire News: TELL US WHAT'S HAPPENING WHERE YOU ARE. 158
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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