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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (April 3, 2008)

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'Cult' sets up HQ in Brum; Fears over Church of Scientology base EXCLUSIVE. 656
'Happy' school wins inspectors' praise. 211
'Outstanding' care at school. 235
'Swap' for tourism. 121
'We don't want any Moor homes' HOUSING: MP says plans for 16 new houses would ruin traditional character. 344
13 arrests in fraud probe. 141
2 for 1 offer with our Restaurant Club. 208
94pc get their top choice of schools. 140
A cool gift from hospital friends. 160
A hand up from Cisco; in association with 181
A name to trust since 1889; The Birmingham Mail Charity Trust today launches an exciting appeal to raise pounds 100,000 for good causes across the city. Reporter CHRIS HENWOOD looks at the trust's proud history and explains how you can help the charity and how it may be able to help you. 400
A sweet surprise in store for you; Food & Drink Raise A Glass. 414
A taste too far for my Western palate; Food & Drink Restaurant Spy CHINA COURT, 24 LADYWELL WALK, BIRMINGHAM. 0121 666 7031. 558
Alain finds the sky's the limit; TV Choice THE HUMAN SPIDER (C4, 9pm). 194
Appeal to help boost young lives. 210
Area defended in outcry over handout figures. 233
Artists to make it a fun day. 281
Award for sport work. 103
Back to the future with Captain Jack; TORCHWOOD (BBC2, 7pm). 222
Bad night for Monmore men. 151
Battle against doc transfer over. 130
Beer tax fear at Marston's; BREWING: Pub group's gloomy forecast for 2008. 238
Birmingham Magistrates. 526
Blow for new homes protest; DEVELOPMENT: Two proposed Midlands eco-towns make shortlist. 294
Bobby Dazzlers. 294
Boost for play areas. 130
Boxing: Tyson Brum date; BOXING. 162
Brum to host World Half Marathon event. 225
Caring primary's top of the class. 216
Castleford guilty of handling error over Dwain trial; Roger's Rant. 400
Chance to be Bobby dazzlers. 127
Check out till girl's new CD; MUSIC: Supermarket songbird Becky puts her talents to good use for charity. 255
Children on course to blaze a trail. 366
Choc-o-block full of treats for tots. 156
City kids have fewer junk temptations. 310
Cocaine clue in tragedy. 115
Credibility of Lib Dems in 'tatters' COURT: QC throws out smear campaign claims by 'dishonest' candidate. 487
Cricket: Five-star Steyn. 124
Cricket: India K-rumble. 121
Do you have a good cause for our trustees? 128
Do your bit to help fund. 244
Enough to drive your cabbie round the bend; Inside View In association with BARCLAYS. 312
Exhibition on slavery crusade. 185
Falklands link for blind Dave's family; CHALLENGE: Wife waits by phone as runner attempts first of seven marathons. 372
Family fears house smash; CAMPAIGN: Accidents spark call for safety measures. 345
Family release photo of stab victim Ashley. 138
Fears as 'cult' sets up HQ. 615
Fined for cannabis. 117
Firm goes from good to diverse; Jobs. 260
Firms find site a web wonder; BUSINESS: Online trading helping to boost local economy. 370
Following booze guides. 144
Food Hero; Food & Drink SUKHDEV SINGH BATH Perfection Foods, Friar Park Road, Wednesbury. Tel: 0121 502 3003 or 201
Food&Drink: A taste too far for my Western palate; Restaurant Spy CHINA COURT, 24 LADYWELL WALK, BIRMINGHAM. 0121 666 7031. 575
Food&Drink: Vegetable stock recipe; Tipping's Tips. Recipe 237
Football: Aitken: We are strong; BLUES NEWS. 231
Football: Bednar set for deal; ALBION NEWS. 347
Football: Bednar set for new deal; ALBION NEWS. 355
Football: Boss fancies change for Bolton; VILLA NEWS. 246
Football: Bruce has to face up to his demons. 792
Football: Bruce has to face up to his demons. 783
Football: Familiar faces attend reunion; BLUES NEWS. 265
Football: Fans in monumental effort; VILLA NEWS. 287
Football: Forssell puts safety first; BLUES NEWS. 372
Football: Franck defends options; BLUES NEWS. 140
Football: Franck defends options; BLUES NEWS. 140
Football: Hungary's got a big appetite for the Cup; ALBION NEWS. 383
Football: Hungary's got a big appetite for the Cup; ALBION NEWS. 377
Football: Kanu not expecting easy ride; ALBION NEWS. 291
Football: Key duo hit by illness; BLUES NEWS. 81
Football: Key duo hit by illness; BLUES NEWS. 81
Football: Lateef double denies Wolves. 256
Football: O'Neill: It's a long road back to top; VILLA NEWS. 344
Football: Roman having time of his life; Czech star's delight at Albion decision to take pounds 2m option. 548
Football: Time for new Cup legends; ALBION NEWS ALBION AT WEMBLEY countdown IT doesn't take much to make Tony Mowbray get all nostalgic and misty-eyed. CHRIS LEPKOWSKI only has to mention the FA Cup to hear how much Saturday's semi-final means to the Albion boss. 958
Fraudster in pounds 9,000 con. 180
Free high note at the Town Hall. 177
Fresh flavours to get taste buds tingling; Food & Drink Recipes Now that spring's here, appetites change. We want fresher flavours and textures that hint of the warmer, sunnier days that lie ahead. Here are two recipes from Waitrose to get your tastebuds tingling. Recipe 254
Fright night challenge. 125
From Bevin Boy to mac stalwart. 237
From The Forum. 193
Fury as six walk free; CRIME: Mum in shock after attack charges dropped. 523
Gathering may prove fruitful. 81
Get teeth into FLOSS cash boost. 241
Golf: Clarke shows sign of revival. 279
Golf: Graeme set to Storm to top. 321
Golf: Things looking up for Clarke. 291
Graffiti contest goes to the wall; CHALLENGE: Nail-biting end to competition as artist scoops pounds 500 prize. 278
Hayley's talent centre stage! 401
Healthy water review. 88
High note for charity. 88
High note for poverty fight. 133
Hockey: League-winning students aim to get even better; Hockey HITS. 359
Home town launch for war hero book. 184
Horse Racing: Cloudy heads National hopes. 297
Horse Racing: Nicholls has a point to prove. 351
Horse Racing: Sagaro next for Wing wonder. 328
Hospital first with new scanner. 264
Hospitals in wards row; HEALTH: Anger after single sex moves off agenda. 340
Hunt for PO raider. 140
Industry shaping up for the future; MIDPOINT PARK: Giant site to bring jobs and retain natural haven for wildlife. 360
Inn it to win it! FUN RUN: Chance to win a free weekend break in Dublin at fund-raising challenge. 342
It's only rock'n'roll... but we like it! 292
ITV plan to slash local news. 258
Jail threat after driver ploughed into lorry. 216
Jazzed up for a night. 116
Jewel raiders 'too cocky'. 230
Jobs at bed firm axed. 107
Jobs boost from park; INDUSTRY: Area to protect wildlife with development. 361
Jobs go as bed firm collapses; INDUSTRY: Hundreds of redundancies and customers waiting delivery. 252
Kidnap pair are jailed. 209
Lamp-post keeps motorists at bay; PLANNING: Drivers slam 'crazy' barrier among the car parking spaces. 332
Learning lesson in housing hazards. 152
Letter: You Say - Another tyranny; In association with POST OFFICE. 143
Letter: You Say - Expensive lunch; In association with POST OFFICE. 167
Letter: You Say - Reserve care; In association with POST OFFICE. 145
Letter: Your Say - A look at mosaics; In association with POST OFFICE. 85
Letter: Your Say - Blood blunder; In association with POST OFFICE. 135
Letter: Your Say - Gold sale folly; In association with POST OFFICE. 84
Letter: Your Say - Green city hope; In association with POST OFFICE. 137
Letter: Your Say - My fury at fines injustice; In association with POST OFFICE. 222
Letter: Your Shout - DAVID Sullivan must be. 108
Letter: Your Shout - I WROTE a positive letter. 187
Letter: Your Shout - OKAY, so Villa might. 121
Lifesaver, 12 lands award; RESCUE: Schoolboy Liam keeps cool after dad collapses. 293
List of celebrity support. 221
Local produce causes a stir. 340
Locked up for hammer attack. 118
Man's body found in park badly burned. 188
Meehan is remanded; COURT: Shannon's stepdad accused over indecent images. 231
Meehan: child porn charge; COURT: Shannon's stepdad accused over indecent images. 225
Money hopes for midfield recovery. 232
Money hoping for midfield recovery. 236
Motor Racing: Bad night for Monmore men. 150
Motor Racing: Fernando's a driving force; FORMULA ONE: Renault are delighted with Spaniard's return MOTORSPORT. 533
Motor Racing: Kyle KO'd by horror crash; SPEEDWAY: Brummies star out for season after breaking leg. 382
Move to curb street boozers; CRIME: Poilce set to get new powers to halt nuisance. 209
MP backs call for green rules on new homes. 168
MP in row over new homes offer; HOUSING: Complaints tenants not offered properties of decent standard. 370
Mugabe grip weakening. 117
Mugabe power grip weakening. 177
No old pals' act is Sheff promise. 654
O'Neill: I can take the flak. 304
O'Neill: I can take the flak; Villa boss has a message for the doom-mongers. 526
On the run addict jailed. 153
On their bikes to find work; in association with 338
Open day on revamp bid for homes. 115
Our city's got style; FASHION: Major boost for Brum as event sets trend for design-conscious shopping. 495
Our Say. 292
Outrage as police cleared in killing case. 271
Pair admit killing boy. 287
Pair admit killing boy; COURT: Teen forced to take a 'punishment swim'. 287
Parents honoured; Jobs. 149
Passengers stranded. 128
Pick of the day. 196
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Premier League Darts (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 104
Planning Applications. 353
Pledge to keep on travelling; POLITICS: Councillor to continue serving Sandwell despite Wales move. 296
Primary's top class. 168
Property teams get on their bikes. 108
Quiz of the day; The World. 92
Refugee clean-up. 124
Remember When? March 1979. 95
Report slams failings in honour killing case. 282
Role gives me such a buzz; Jobs So you want to be... a paramedic? I feel like it was made for me. 1278
Royal season is upon us; Ingredient Of The Week. Recipe 161
Sci-fi writer behind theories of pain and evil. 211
Scott was such a loving father; TRAGIC CRASH: Girlfriend of victim pays tribute to him. 294
Shuker looks set to wing in for Rovers. 239
Snapping up buy-to-lets; PROPERTY: Midlands housing market bucks trend. 335
Soap Watch. 152
Song and dance in a good cause; APPEAL: Keri's hoping big show will aid research into crippling disease. 364
Student shot at uni gig. 208
Success in the pan for family duo. 206
Swimming: Dunning keeps Olympics bid alive. 289
Swimming: Dunning keeps Olympics bid alive. 285
Sylvan: My best yet. 139
Table Tennis: Sitting pretty. 102
Talented youth brighten centre. 110
Tales of a horrid history. 156
Taundry: My ban was hard to take; WALSALL NEWS. 380
Team dispatches slippery customer; LITTER CAMPAIGN: Hiss! Kids kept in dark over snake find during clean-up. 363
Teams' chance to be Bobby dazzlers. 205
Thanks for all the memora-beer-lia! HERITAGE: Brewery bosses reviving 'Beer at Home' inundated by pieces of history. 459
The final cut; CINEMA: Screen stardom for pair after 120 years of showing movies. 389
The World: Quiz of the day. 92
Time for new Cup legends; ALBION NEWS IT doesn't take much to make Tony Mowbray get all nostalgic and misty-eyed. CHRIS LEPKOWSKI only has to mention the FA Cup to hear how much Saturday's semi-final means to the Albion boss. 974
Trio are ready to hit a new beat. 202
Two held over car tragedy. 268
UK market in storm's eye; ECONOMY: Slowdown as credit crunch starts to bite. Industry overview 346
Vegetable stock recipe; Food & Drink Tipping's Tips. 280
Visit packs a real punch; Eye On BROAD ST 1. 198
Wall call to curb 'tags' CAMPAIGN: Towns blighted by graffiti attacks. 287
Warning to benefit fraudsters. 225
Warning to benefit fraudsters. 141
We loved the shoes, but the socks were just like Brillo pads..! 353
What kind of a pub doesn't have lemons? Pub Grub THE WOLSELEY ARMS, STAFFORD ROAD, WOLSELEY BRIDGE. 345
Will write boss in false claim. 93
WIN a luxury hamper Worth pounds 500; CHAMBORD. 346
Witness hunt after murder; CRIME: Officers trying to trace two cars near shooting scene. 233
Youth with Expectations. 98

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