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

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'Super school' Brum in peril; ACADEMIES: Opponents hope. 276
+ DON'T MISS +. 262
10am call for derby kick-offs; Police want 'breakfast games' after Villa-Blues violence. 386
10am derbies call by police; FOOTBALL: Early start a way to deter hooligans, say bobbies. 366
17,000 new jobs success; LICHFIELD. 120
A toast to absent but efficient friends; Inside View. 343
Alert over conmen is centre stage; Black Country News WOLVERHAMPTON. 125
Anger over school arsonists. 146
Appeal for mugging witnesses; CANNOCK. 131
Appeal over robberies; WEDNESFIELD. 156
Artwork to be proud of; Days Out GRAHAM YOUNG EXPLORES THE ART OF BIRMINGHAM. 738
Athletics: In the running. 83
Athletics: Kelly our best bet for medal; OLYMPICS: Sotherton tipped as Midlands' brightest hope. 366
Athletics: Special deal to see world class athletes. 150
Bakery is cooking up new ideas. 150
Bands' note of discord; Hancock's Half Page. 152
Basketball: Heat is on as Lloyd enters the Lions' den. 409
Battling for bungalows; HOMES: Families aim to keep out developer. 294
Birmingham Magistrates. 512
Black Country News: Charity launch in memory of nurse; DUDLEY: Cash raised in tribute to crash victim who worked with the handicapped. 308
Black Country News: Raising cash can be fun; BLOXWICH. 161
Bobby Dazzlers. 274
Busy future for singer Jill. 87
Candidate named; PERRY BARR. 100
Cash boost for students; North City News PERRY BARR: Success of placement with TV company. 297
Central City News: Happy feet dancing to Christmas; MILLENNIUM POINT. 138
Central City News: Watchdog praises headmaster; SPARKHILL. 187
Central, but more urban jungle than green oasis; A Walk In The Park GRAHAM YOUNG VISITS PARK CENTRAL. 403
Chance to have say on crime; MERIDEN. 108
Children in Need night so exciting. 213
City club in Pole position. 178
City plea for more Muslim foster parents; FAMILY: Crisis caused by children fleeing conflict. 279
Classic just oozes soul; motors-midlands Maserati's new take on an old Italian favourite. 697
Classic movies for just pounds 2.50; Plus, FREE parking when you join The Mail's Film Club for FREE. 376
Clubhouse set to rise again; PERSHORE: Cash boost after floods blow for children. 332
College tastes a degree of success. 82
Comfort and ease with open views. 305
Could it be magic? DEFINITELY! REVIEW: Britain's most famous boy band delights fans with return to Birmingham at start of tour TAKE THAT Birmingham NEC. 406
Countdown to transplant. 98
Cricket: Aussies on top. 116
Cricket: India clincher. 119
Cricket: Jacques ton up. 113
Cricket: Vaughan ready for tough tests; TOUR: England skipper confident of series success in Sri Lanka. 430
Dad lunges at killer suspect; CRIME: Angry scenes at court over man accused of girl murder. 405
Dancers' cautionary tale of pop wannabes; ARTS COMPLEX. 109
Darren recalls a step too far; Hancock's Half Page. 157
Die-hard fans who will never forget. 256
East City News: Oh yes it is time for panto again; SHARD END: Church group stages its 25th anniversary show. 192
East City News: Over-50s get a new lease of life; STECHFORD. 123
Extra lorries to collect holiday rubbish; SOLIHULL. 148
Families hit by leak scare; CRIME: Anger over vandals who sabotaged gas main. 341
Fancy A... 89
Farewell to tramp Fred; FUNERAL: Service in Polish for ring road mystery man. 381
Fatal crash bus driver is charged; EXCLUSIVE Pedestrian death due to dangerous driving - court. 288
Festive fun at switch-on; Insider GOSSIP POP WITH DAN MORRISSEY. 251
Flood defence cash plea to PM. 244
Flooding appeal to Brown. 143
Football: Boertien targets Xmas comeback. 181
Football: Braveheart Scots will show no fear of Azzuri; EURO 2008. 294
Football: Cam on road to recovery. 91
Football: Debut well deserved - Villa boss; EURO 2008. 225
Football: Freddy ready to play a full role. 273
Football: Freddy ready to play full role; ALBION NEWS. 389
Football: Gabby's hoping to join pals. 507
Football: Gabby: I'm dreaming of England. 523
Football: Gareth back for Wembley - Taylor; EURO 2008. 402
Football: Healy a tip to be top; EURO 2008. 113
Football: I'm improving all the time. 280
Football: Israel: We can halt Russia; EURO 2008. 234
Football: It's just great to be back; WALSALL NEWS Ricketts still happy to be 'living the dream'. 635
Football: Lacey strikes; WOMEN'S FOOTBALL. 80
Football: Miller to make mark; EURO 2008. 132
Football: Miller to make mark; EURO 2008. 196
Football: Miller's England delight. 186
Football: Money on his guard. 242
Football: Morrison: I did fear the worst; ALBION NEWS. 413
Football: Morrison: I did fear the worst; Midfielder thought season was over. 379
Football: Palethorpe to cover for injured Veiga; BLUE SQUARE. 301
Football: Players 'in shock' at Bruce exit. 377
Football: Result all that matters for Scots boss; EURO 2008. 264
Football: Royals will be a big test for Scholars; SOUTHERN LEAGUE. 338
Football: Scott gets his chance at last; EURO 2008. 402
Football: Terry's put on Blues standby; BLUES NEWS. 328
Football: Tickets frenzy at Scholars. 139
Football: Tickets frenzy at Scholars. 266
Football: Toshack wants a reaction; EURO 2008. 118
Football: We can halt Russia; EURO 2008. 132
Football: We're all in a state of shock! Jerome fears over Bruce exit. 631
Football: We're all in a state of shock; Jerome's fear over Bruce exit. 664
Football: Westley may take reins; BLUES NEWS. 355
Football: Westley may take reins; BLUES NEWS. 363
Footprint a black mark; CARBON: Midland firms just paying lip-service. 232
Friday Flutter; Your guide to the best bets. 322
From The Forum. 201
Gay club pledge to be good neighbour; PLANNING: Inspector allows plans for flats block despite noise row. 387
Get set for winter with free check-up; Talk Of The Trade CAR CHAT FROM MOTOR DEALERS ACROSS THE MIDLANDS. 134
Get tots moving. 86
Girls Spice up a Secret party; SHOWBIZ: Pop queens steal the show from supermodels. 350
Go back to the future; Film Editor GRAHAM YOUNG enjoys the spectacle of Robert Zemeckis' new blockbuster The Big Movie BEOWULF 3D (12A) VERDICT: ****. 434
Golf: Davies slump. 124
Golf: Karlsson picks up the pace. 162
Golf: Karlsson picks up the pace. 151
Golf: Where eagles dare. 98
Harvest help; EDGBASTON. 115
Have your say on housing; ERDINGTON. 132
Heavy mettle; Hancock's Half Page SPOTTED! 101
Hello Dolly! is a family affair; Theatre. 556
Help in blaze drama. 115
Home is where the accent is; Hancock's Half Page. 138
Hoof's going to be first on TV? TELETHON: Panto horses and jockeys jostle for position as Brum race goes nationwide. 330
Horse Racing: Flavin in Ludlow double delight. 244
Horse Racing: Murphy given an extra day ban. 282
Horse Racing: Paul Nicholls his first Paddy Power Gold Cup. 199
I get a kick out of gigs! Clubs. 546
Insider knowledge for whodunit; Amateur Stage. 300
Into the rough and there's no sign of life on the course; GOLF: Builder's rubble, bunkers without sand, no lady vice-captain... it's a sad sight as Mailman takes a swing at rundown Hilltop LOSS-MAKING public golf courses across Birmingham may be sold to private firms to pull the city council out of a financial hole. Municipal editor and regular golfer DAVID BELL had a round at one of those at risk. 659
It's a clash of the Titans; AMERICAN GANGSTER (18) VERDICT: ****. 349
It's murder for Hyde behind the curtain; REVIEW JEKYLL & HYDE Redditch Operatic Society Palace Theatre, Redditch. 181
It's not just the tree that's green... 199
Italian job for lucky driver. 134
Jail for 'wicked' mother. 275
Jobs for Brits; WORK CRUSADE: Brown promises millions of training places. 345
Karen to fight for seat; PERRY BARR. 97
Kettles on boil for December 1; SOLIHULL. 128
Kidnap release denied. 191
King Khan rules from red carpet; Bollywood vue cinemas. 588
L-driver who can fly solo! Black Country News STREETLY: Now it's road lessons for licensed pilot, 17. 262
L-driver who can fly solo! STREETLY: City lad a full pilot before getting behind wheel. 276
Labour of love goes on show; CANNOCK: Tapestry reveals town past and present. 350
Letter: Your Say - Academy concern; In association with POST OFFICE. 119
Letter: Your Say - Bumps necessary; In association with POST OFFICE. 106
Letter: Your Say - Drinks are on us; In association with POST OFFICE. 84
Letter: Your Say - Driven to tax; In association with POST OFFICE. 179
Letter: Your Say - Folly of closing courses; In association with POST OFFICE. 195
Letter: Your Say - Pay cut horror; In association with POST OFFICE. 165
Letter: Your Say - Pointless deaths; In association with POST OFFICE. 114
Letter: Your Say - Sensitive care; In association with POST OFFICE. 190
Letter: Your Say - Switch-on pride; In association with POST OFFICE. 87
Letter: Your Shout - Bruce won't be to blame if he leaves. 142
Letter: Your Shout - I CAN'T believe Blues. 99
Life imitates art; THE JANE AUSTEN BOOK CLUB (12A) VERDICT: ***. 128
Life in jail for coma man's murderer - 8 years on. 250
Life is tweet for Valley walkers. 90
Local Heroes; BI-POLAR BABY. 272
Local News Extra: 15 care homes to shut in shake-up; COUNCIL: Blow to campaigners in fight over controversial closures. 333
Local News Extra: Bid to kick unruly youths into touch; REDDITCH: Football training sessions to help tackle anti-social behaviour. 238
Local News Extra: Bungling burglar fled house without loot; SHENSTONE. 119
Local News Extra: Farmer appeals for shoppers' support; REDDITCH. 188
Local News Extra: Little Maggie is among the top dogs; BROMSGROVE. 135
Local News Extra: Police appeal after OAP has handbag snatched; LICHFIELD. 96
Local News Extra: Robbery in underpass; REDDITCH. 91
Local News Extra: Search for young stars; WYCHAVON. 95
Local News Extra: Taxi man attacked by thug passenger; ARMITAGE. 170
Long way to go to beat that! SUTTON COLDFIELD. 108
Meet the managers at Snow Hill. 111
Motor Racing: Verdict due on appeal; FORMULA ONE. 244
Motorsport: Alonso's return. 112
MP's plea on recycling; ENVIRONMENT. 128
Music: Brummies are really hot stuff; MAGNUM TOMORROW: Carling Academy Birmingham. Tickets: 0844 477 2000. 355
Muslim foster carers plea; FAMILIES. 228
New Josh album is history. 480
New Land Cruiser Invincible is tough to beat. 132
Noisy flat now closed; NEWTOWN. 136
North City News: Cecelia has hundred reasons to celebrate; KINGSTANDING. 220
North City News: Festive fayre; GREAT BARR. 89
North City News: Move to allay fears over shops parking; KINGSTANDING: Developers re-jig plans after residents raise concerns. 261
North City News: School is building its way up; FALCON LODGE. 168
Numbers in prison 'critical'. 128
Open your eyes to other drivers; Girl Torque IN ASSOCIATION WITH CHEVROLET. 384
Our Say. 282
Packing a punch; Your 2 MINUTE guide to the week. 826
Passengers record high; TRAVEL: 100m users of UK regional airports. 235
Pay hope for women; CITY COUNCIL: Expert arbitrator offers to hear complaints over massive salary shake-up. 184
Pick of the day. 201
PICK OF THE DAY; Live International Football (Sky Sports 1, 8.00pm). 97
Plea over fans' fight at station. 229
Power games; INTERVIEW (15) VERDICT: **. 124
Private-run NHS centres face axe. 86
Pubs to call time on yobs; CRIME: Partnership to crack down on drunken behaviour. 295
Pug-nacious pet wows showgoers; DOG SHOW. 170
Putting Trust in youngsters; BOURNVILLE: Prince's scheme inspires teenagers. 305
Quiz of the day. 91
Rallying: Edging ahead. 127
Remember When? 1960. 87
Reunion for pupils - 50 years on; QUINTON. 145
Reviews: As good as it gets; MARTIN SIMPSON Red Lion Folk Club, Kings Heath. 265
Reviews: Double whammy; THE COMEDY OF ERRORS The Royal Shakespeare Company Grand Theatre, W'hampton. 194
REVIEWS: Mack's fine return; LEE MACK Alexandra Theatre. 178
Reviews: MURDERED TO DEATH; Oldbury Rep Barlow Theatre, Langley VERDICT: ***. 180
Reviews: Remarkable performance; WAIT UNTIL DARK The Grange Players Grange Playhouse, Walsall VERDICT: ***. 197
REVIEWS: Still Tops years later; FOURTOPS/ TEMPTATIONS National Indoor Arena. 168
Roomy new Modus revealed by Renault. 178
Rugby League: Ben: Now earn your Wak lads; RUGBY: World Cup star arrives as Bees' flops get a warning. 461
Rugby League: Moseley braced for battle. 292
Rugby League: Rawlinson blow for Warriors. 101
Rugby League: Stour are ready to weather the storm. 292
Samurai sword terror. 191
SAVE 50% on Xmas lunch bill. 189
Scare tactics help keep the peace; QUINTON. 199
Sex game tragedy. 123
Shoo-in for best lawyer. 156
Sleep-out record; DIGBETH. 110
So much to look forward to! Jazz. 267
Solihull News: Band keeps the faith! MUSIC. 81
Solihull News: Grotto aiming to raise a lotto cash; SOLIHULL. 185
Solihull News: Police lost goods plea; SOLIHULL: Public urged to claim handed-in property. 344
Solihull News: Support on offer to MS sufferers; SHIRLEY. 115
Solihull News: Town's keeping festive sparkle; SHIRLEY: Traders pay for lights. 341
Solihull's UK health tonic; HOSPITALS: Pioneering cancer care goes nationwide. 346
Solo sounds fail miserably; SPIN CITY. 387
South City News: Hunt for rescued boy, 60 years on; EDGBASTON/LADYWOOD: Family hoping to trace lad saved from drowning in 1947. 309
South City News: MP praises nursery initiative; EDGBASTON. 196
South City News: Worries aired over health services; HALL GREEN. 123
Star's brother 'still a hostage' KIDNAP: Hondurans deny relative of Blues ace has been freed. 314
Star's brother 'still a hostage' KIDNAP: Hondurans deny relative of Blues ace has been freed. 287
Stars in fraud trial; COURT: Lord Webber and David Frost 'asked to put cash in investment scheme'. 396
Stephanie steps in after tin theft; CRIME: Disgusted funeral director helps replace stolen Poppy money. 356
Store success is sustained; NEEDLESS ALLEY: Praise for boutique's approach. 263
Sugababes sweet for my appeal; Lord Mayor's Diary. 227
Talk and supper. 83
Tall son goes missing. 89
Team helps clean up alleyway; PERRY BARR. 108
Teens' learning centre is set to lead the way. 177
The BIG job that nobody wants... FASHION: Where are all the larger size models, asks agency boss. 404
The sunshine never quite came out; REVIEW BRING ME SUNSHINE Lichfield Garrick. 180
They're the 'real heroes' HEALTH: Surgeon praises VIP's wife in kidney op. 602
They're the 'real heroes' HEALTH: Surgeon praises VIP's wife in kidney op. 265
This Week's Jobs. 111
Thrilling time for Santa's chief elf; Theatre. 475
Tom's breakthrough. 158
Too Merry broken hearts! MERRY HILL: Ex-Neighbours star and chart-topper lights up the night. 353
Too Merry broken hearts. 256
Torn between two extremes; BRICK LANE (15) VERDICT: ***. 293
Warming up your winter; Gardening. 336
Warning on man menacing females; REDDITCH. 292
We just need a shot in the arm to flourish. 227
Webber and Frost testify; FRAUD TRIAL: Celebs tell city jury of meeting accused. 352
What's On: Shilpa something to sing and dance about; Theatre. 470
WIN cinema tickets! 205
WIN tickets for Christmas skating rink's opening night. 347
WIN tickets to meet The Hives backstage! 400
Wogan waives TV fee. 105
Young bookworms meet; CHELMSLEY WOOD. 88
Young legal eagle; AWARDS. 85
Youth club reunion a generation game; STONEHOUSE GANG: Members old and young to celebrate milestone in city HQ. 305
Yule be Rocking With Laughter! 784

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