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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (November 23, 2007)

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'Safety first' plea for park; LEISURE: Families asked for views on facelift plans. 281
...and Villa fans plead with O'Neill. 101
11 hurt as minibus overturns. 95
3 held in drug raid; Black Country News WOLVERHAMPTON. 94
66 treated after house catches fire. 171
A big draw in world of adventure; CONTEST: Chance to learn comic strip tricks of trade. 280
A Bond baddie. 169
A question of caste. 150
A record breaker! ASTON: Strongman Lee clinches title at championships in Canada. 246
Actors to entertain running Santas; BRINDLEYPLACE. 164
Adaptation lacks soul; Bollywood vue cinemas SAWAARIYA (PG) VERDICT: **. 389
Alcohol sold to children; LICENSING: Store faces booze sale ban. 253
Amy's launch is a shambles; Insider GOSSIP POP. 215
An eccentric look at life; REVIEWS BILL BAILEY National Indoor Arena. 126
Anton: I can't predict who will win Strictly. 402
Anyone for tennis, kids? SPORT: Floodlit courts redeveloped for community. 251
Appeal over tragic Maria; CHELMSLEY WOOD: Plea in memory of teen cancer victim. 359
Appeal over tragic Maria; CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL: Plea in memory of teen cancer victim. 356
Are we keeping you awake? Hancock's Half Page. 134
As the Birmingham Mail launches its Don't Go Martin campaign, these Villa fans explain why they don't want O'Neill to take the England job... 828
Athletics: Kelly gets kids on right track; CAMPAIGN: Star is backing initiative to attract youngsters to Olympic sports. 434
Athletics: Schools' golden chance; CAMPAIGN: Star is backing initiative to attract youngsters to Olympic sports. 227
Baby 'was final straw' COURT: Student charged with married love rival's murder. 351
Bands to march on Brum for showcase; ENTERTAINMENT: Russians coming for 19th year of tattoo spectacular. 202
Bang goes the reunion bread roll! Lord Mayor's Diary. 205
Basketball: A tall order for key duo says Lloyd. 417
Becks: Imports not to blame. 158
Big Brother star saves weak show; Miss Bollywood, Alexandra Theatre. 152
Big screen escapism; RESCUE DAWN (12A) VERDICT: ***. 218
Bikes, babes and Brummm! INTERNATIONAL MOTORCYCLE SHOW Motorcycles and models get early visitors all revved up. 435
Birmingham Magistrates. 354
Black Country News: Boost in safety; DUDLEY: Free lifesaving checks on offer from fire service. 271
Black Country News: Dinner of Dreams; WOLVERHAMPTON. 94
Black Country News: Tenants appeal; WOLVERHAMPTON. 149
Bloomin' good show of talent by tenants; COMPETITION: Householders feeling rosy after scooping prizes for garden work. 252
Bobby Dazzlers. 272
Brad on the menu for school Pan; PERSHORE. 151
Brums hosts dance fest; CULTURE: World's finest descend on city for festival. 327
Bulldozer for empty shops. 114
Bullets dodger Olive hits 100; DIGBETH/HIGHGATE/SPARKHILL: Landmark birthday for Nazi attack survivor South City News. 334
Bumping up the accident figures; Girl Torque IN ASSOCIATION WITH... SAAB SCANIA. 290
Cab strike off; Action cancelled by drivers at 11th hour. 336
Call for rise in minimum pay. 107
Car raid man gets five years. 160
Caring career appeal to men; TRAINING: Stereotype challenge. 263
CATCH THE ACTION. 97
Central City News: All that jazz with Quartet; DIGBETH. 86
Central City News: Real reindeers at grand launch; PERRY BARR. 129
Chance to visit beauty spot; South City News QUINTON. 131
Children in saddle for repairs; Local News Extra KIDDERMINSTER. 174
Children relaxed at Xmas; WORKSHOP. 109
Christmas shopping will be like child's play; KINGSTANDING. 132
Classic movies for just pounds 2.50; Plus, FREE parking when you join The Mail's Film Club for FREE. 284
Clooney backs writers' strike; Insider GOSSIP SHOWBIZ. 135
Colleges clash in training row. 124
Costa drive for estate agent team. 171
Cricket: India recover. 156
Cricket: Misbah mis-hap. 140
Cricket: Places are are still up for grabs - Vaughan. 365
Cycling 'unsafe' for police. 182
Dangerous boys are back in town; Music THIN LIZZY. 315
DAZZLING DISPLAY OF CLASSICAL FAVOURITES. 145
Delivery driver had van stolen; WYTHALL. 176
Designers sparkle. 116
Designs on an award; COLLEGE. 135
Don't go, Martin; A message to the Villa boss. 444
Drive off into the sunset this winter. 210
Dummies tackle training head on; SPORT: New mannequins snapped up for youngsters by top clubs. 306
East City News: Community health day; SMALL HEATH. 109
East City News: Donna in drive to be first; SHARD END: Finalist in modelling contest. 287
East City News: HEALTH. 97
East City News: Help with clinching dream job; CAREERS. 116
Fairytale work fun; STIRCHLEY. 99
Fake psychic in jail switch; REDDITCH: Fraudster advertised services in prison magazine. 286
Fans told: Be patient; We'll need time to get right man, says FA chief. 639
Fears of fall in midwives; HEALTH: Desperate shortage of new recruits. 353
Flamboyant and bizarre! REVIEWS MIKA Birmingham Academy. 149
Football: Ailing Luton docked points. 219
Football: Black plays a straight bat; BLUES NEWS. 327
Football: Boss: Tough test ahead. 235
Football: Brown is ready to relent on 'keeper; NON-LEAGUE SOUTHERN. 302
Football: Bruce set to miss Arsenal; BLUES NEWS. 145
Football: Bruce to miss Arsenal game; BLUES NEWS. 147
Football: Cameron ruled out after op; BLUES NEWS. 270
Football: Cash dispute is resolved; BLUES NEWS. 220
Football: Compassion for Palacios; BLUES NEWS. 109
Football: Doug: Villa won't lose O'Neill; He's committed to club job, says Ellis. 448
Football: Gabby could land new deal; VILLA NEWS. 157
Football: Hughes signs new contract. 86
Football: I'll see off new blood; VILLA NEWS. 246
Football: Keogh keen to play after op; WOLVES NEWS. 363
Football: Lacey is on target again; WOMEN'S FOOTBALL. 180
Football: Let's play this summer - Scots. 140
Football: Mac wants good, clean fight. 283
Football: Milan likes look of Holloway. 301
Football: New boys are in for big surprise; ALBION NEWS. 466
Football: New boys in for a big shock; Derby games are massive occasions - Mowbray. 436
Football: New Trophy shock is West's ambition; FA TROPHY. 309
Football: No progress on contract; VILLA NEWS. 303
Football: O'Neill set to stay at Villa; Boss wants to see the job through. 557
Football: Riverside record won't count now; VILLA NEWS. 448
Football: Russell eager to get back in action. 139
Football: Sad return from Euro duty; VILLA NEWS. 195
Football: Slusarski to benefit from loan. 346
Football: Slusarski to reap benefit of loan; ALBION NEWS. 425
Football: Struggling Luton docked points. 163
Football: Sweeney: I'm raring to go; WALSALL NEWS. 378
Football: The players are up for it vows Black. 549
Football: The players are up for it vows Eric; BLUES NEWS. 313
Football: Villa won't lose O'Neill says Doug. 247
Football: Weston trusts in youth. 202
For England and St George; CELEBRATION: Delight as city patron saint event raises thousands for charity. 308
Forecast for more Rain. 114
Friday Flutter; Your guide to the best bets. 322
Fungi business in Irish woods; SHROOMS (18) VERDICT: **. 151
Furore over QinetiQ cash; SALE: Midland bosses make a fortune in privatisation. 303
Going batty for boxes; OLDBURY. 158
Golf: Rory in the hunt. 81
Golf: Rose and Poulter secure lead over USA. 198
Golf: We're on track for title, says Monty. 226
Graffiti central is great for a boys' kick around; A Walk In The Park GRAHAM YOUNG visits Grange Road Recreation Ground, Small Heath. 389
Great for property for first-time buyer. 269
Green route will bring jobs to Brum, says Brown. 144
Have a nice errr... day? Hancock's Half Page. 84
Hearing over teen death in hospital; INQUEST: Nurse suspended and others quizzed after girl tragedy. 281
Heart op's given me summit to live for; HEALTH: Cardiac patient is feeling on top of the world after climbing Ben Nevis. 449
Historic maps offer a view of the past; ERDINGTON. 81
Hope for outdoor retreat; Local News Extra EDUCATION: Centre wins reprieve. 285
Hopes of pounds 25m EU boost; EASTSIDE. 186
Horse Racing: Denis's delight at Beef call-up. 292
Horse Racing: My Way - not Star way. 278
Horse Racing: Sam stars before date with destiny. 328
Hotel show packing a punch. 147
Hutton call to restore fortunes. 182
It's the white stuff; HEALTH: New cafe hopes to encourage more mums to breastfeed. 296
Join big switch-on at centre; North City News CHELMSLEY WOOD. 180
Join the club now. 207
Julia's the new force at Higgs. 143
Julie Felix to fire up Red Lion. 135
Kebab shop in rap over hours open; LICHFIELD. 147
Language project is praised. 113
Legendary storm is gathering; Music THE GATHERING: LEGENDS OF FOLK ROCK. 280
Letter: Barwick is the one who should be falling on his sword; Your Shout Special. 1220
Letter: Your Say - Box back-up; In association with POST OFFICE. 108
Letter: Your Say - From The Forum; In association with POST OFFICE. 182
Letter: Your Say - Homes plea ignored; In association with POST OFFICE. 222
Letter: Your Say - Pay cut shame; In association with POST OFFICE. 158
Letter: Your Say - Police nastiness; In association with POST OFFICE. 230
Letter: Your Say - Police right on mosque; In association with POST OFFICE. 154
Letter: Your Say - Service families; In association with POST OFFICE. 82
Library revamp the write stuff; South City News HARBORNE. 84
Local beauty spot will be illuminated by lanterns; KINGSHURST. 147
Local News Extra: Last call to join the new youth parliament; ELECTIONS. 232
Local News Extra: Oh yes it's time for Cinderella, kids! LICHFIELD. 175
Local News Extra: Row as tax set to rise; TAMWORTH: Labour blasts inflation-busting increase. 262
Locked up for street rioting; CRIME: Men joined in mob violence sparked by false rumour of rape. 529
Locked up for street rioting; CRIME: Men joined in violence sparked by rumour. 363
Lorraine has some surprises in store; Music DEACON BLUE. 534
Love across the divide; Theatre. 504
Mafia helps Jen hold on; SPIN CITY. 159
Mag launches spoken edition; Local News Extra BROMSGROVE. 154
Magical original; Theatre. 415
Making their voices heard. 98
Man injured in collision. 93
Man is hurt in collision. 93
Man threw TV out of window; CHELMSLEY WOOD. 150
Man threw TV out of window; Solihull News CHELMSLEY WOOD. 191
Man, 44, is killed as car swerves off road. 104
Meeting the boyz; Hancock's Half Page. 163
MERIDEN. 90
Midland cars 'least reliable'. 156
Midwives recruitment crisis. 226
Morale in forces 'is good'. 189
Mum and girl caught with gems. 144
My Christmas came early! SWITCH ON: Mum chosen to launch Bullring festive lights with Jamelia. 358
My Khyber Pass now life in the slow lane; In association with BARCLAYS Inside View. 356
New camera to spy on yobs; WOLVERHAMPTON: Vandalised CCTV replaced. 216
Nissan drives hard bargain. 302
Obsessed spinster jailed. 355
Oh no, it isn't...! Amateur Stage. 200
On the draw for a comic world; DIGBETH. 181
On top of the world; Clubs. 398
Our Say. 306
Pam set to return to stage. 176
Party of Dreams; VILLA PARK. 127
Pat steams in to scoop prize; STAFFORD. 173
Pick of the day. 176
PICK OF THE DAY; Live International Cricket (Sky Sports 1, 4.00pm). 111
Pink dryer and rollers stolen; BROMSGROVE. 98
Please give my mum her dying wish; HEALTH: Pensioner wants to choose where to die. 350
pounds 173,000 cash boost; SANDWELL. 117
pounds 28,000 bingo joy; GREAT BARR. 99
Quick Fix; Short answers to tricky questions. 115
Quiz of the day. 82
Quiz of the day. 82
RAMADA HOTEL. 97
Remember When? 1995. 105
Reminder on green waste collection. 83
Rescue op for sinking liner; SOS: 154 evacuated from Antarctic ship hit by 'something significant'. 354
Rescue op for sinking liner; SOS: 154 evacuated from Antarctic ship reportedly hit by iceberg. 413
Residents' open day; QUINTON. 117
Reviews: Seriously joyful; JOSH RITTER The Glee Club. 208
Reviews: Veggie fine show; LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS St Augustine's Musical Theatre Company, Solihull Arts Complex. 227
Road to brotherly love; THE DARJEELING LIMITED (15) VERDICT: ***. 211
Rock 'n' roll is really hip; Music THE HIVES. 535
Row over immigrant workers fine threat; CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Bosses fear plans will add to costs and fuel discrimination. 277
Rugby League: Davies sets a challenge. 210
Rugby Union: Bees hope to build on first step. 345
Rugby Union: Greg's waiting game for Warriors. 254
Rugby Union: Smith: We can end losing run; MOSELEY: Coach wants players to iron out crucial errors. 377
Rugby Union: Stour's historic moment. 258
Santa lights up shopping centre; Solihull News CHELMSLEY WOOD. 153
School makes good progress; LICHFIELD: Care, support and guidance praised by inspectors. 291
Sentimental tosh; AUGUST RUSH (PG) VERDICT: *. 192
SHELFIELD. 118
Shilpa scents success. 105
Small but perfectly formed. 82
Snub for Musharraf. 88
So good to be back from Iraq. 203
Soldiers march into exhibition; Day Out DIANE PARKS visits the Terracotta Army in London. 777
Solihull News: Bubbles in store; MILL LANE. 179
Solihull News: Sports power; COMMUNITY: Another boost for scheme that helps youngsters. 339
Sound out the latest Mazda. 617
Spinning left and right; Hancock's Half Page. 151
Staff in PJs for charity; North City News SUTTON. 115
STAFFORD. 113
STAFFORDSHIRE. 132
Star praises green home; ENVIRONMENT: Conservationist impressed by changes. 244
Stencils to help stop dog fouling. 138
Step back in time; ARCHAEOLOGY. 103
Store help for rough sleepers; HALL GREEN: Waitrose to keep fund-raisers fed and warm. 339
Strong Lee lifts record honour; North City News SMITH'S WOOD: Gym owner becomes new world champion at Canadian competition. 355
Strong Lee lifts record honour; Solihull News SMITH'S WOOD: Gym owner becomes new world champion at Canadian competition. 357
Struck off for MRSA blunder. 212
Struck off for MRSA blunder; HEALTH: Nurse did not wash hands after treating superbug patient. 320
Students in protest over Pakistan crisis; POLITICS: Demonstration outside Vice Consulate over 'violation of human rights'. 253
Suicide ends in a smile free world; WRISTCUTTERS: A LOVE STORY (15) VERDICT: ***. 219
Support for cancer patients. 113
Talented workers are the real deal. 146
Team hopes to score in pounds 50m bid; APPEAL. 203
Teen locked up for dad attack; Black Country News MOXLEY. 207
Teen locked up for school lead theft; LANGLEY: Man caught red-handed while on bail over another metal stripping offence. 243
Ten killed in blasts. 92
That's just what we needed. 199
The ASDA ASBO! Brum's biggest store is a serial offender, says council. 270
The mystery man who wants Blues; EXCLUSIVE. 633
There's nothing special about the Windsors. 1096
TOUCHWOOD. 196
Tragedy mum 'had hopes for new start'. 271
Travel for funds; ERDINGTON: Holidays helping to support running of hospice. 228
Travel for funds; NORTHFIELD: Holidays helping to support running of hospice. 226
Twang gig is thanks for hometown fans. 101
Tyburn Road motor misery; TRANSPORT: A38 closed as major work needed. 303
Tycoon: I will take over at Blues; Hui Chan MAIL CORRESPONDENT IN HONG KONG. 555
Van taken when driver leaves engine running; ALVECHURCH. 211
Viewer is the victim; Film Editor GRAHAM YOUNG puts Sleuth under the magnifying glass The Big Movie SLEUTH (15) VERDICT: **. 348
Villa fans plead with boss O'Neill. 101
Waiting game for leisure jobs boost; Black Country News OLDBURY: Protesting businesses delay start of work on pounds 100m complex. 379
Warning over house prices; PROPERTY: Nationwide's experts forecast flat market for 2008. 243
Watch kept on criminals; TIPTON. 160
What's On. 118
What's On: Will cover Move Roy? The Big Gig KAISER CHIEFS. 574
Why a new bathroom will keep buyers suite; Home Decor. 427
WIN a night with the stars. 470
WIN a real Status symbol. 305
WIN Tickets to see Maroon 5. 295
Yeung: I will buy Blues; Hong Kong tycoon's rare interview. 611
Your 2 MINUTE guide to the week. 341

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