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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (February 12, 2008)

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'Jealous' husband denies killing wife; COURTS: Children saw their mum die in stabbing frenzy, QC tells jury. 352
10 ways to look after your heart; Fitness. 363
A g'day for Graham at zoo Down Under; DUDLEY. 208
A healthy takeaway; Ask Sam FOOD STANDARDS AGENCY. 191
A high pitched whistle is a constant companion and I cannot escape it; Health. 697
A Leap into the unknown; COLMORE CIRCUS. 228
A perfect pairing for champions Ross and Simon; HIGH Jack. 388
Abuse action plan praised. 170
Amateur radio society. 135
Athletics: D-day for Dwain. 90
Athletics: D-day for Dwain. 90
Athletics: Nikita's a rising star. 102
Athletics: Parson's low point at missing high jump. 405
Badminton: Bagga's a beauty for team. 206
Beware of fake water officials. 142
Bins boost to go green. 102
Black Country News: Dinner lady stole pounds 8,000 from school; STOURBRIDGE: Pensioner's debts 'staggering'. 253
Black Country News: There's a rat on the campus; HALESOWEN. 144
Bobby Dazzlers. 309
Bobby Dazzlers. 314
Bringing the arts to life. 89
But it's bearly February! 159
Casino plans still on track; LEISURE: Developer appointed over bid for 'large' gambling complex. 255
Changing the face of the city station. 113
City hub was once envy of the world. 397
Club Corner. 142
Coach man in court. 125
Cops launch drive to cut car crimes; CAMPAIGN. 215
Cricket: Dilshan stars. 87
Cricket: England slump to new depths; ONE-DAY SERIES: Collingwood's men give an inept display. 295
Cricket: Lions in collapse. 97
Cricket: Ton-up Yardy. 86
Cricket: We were very poor - skipper. 213
Cutting attacks on 999 crews; CRIME: Poster campaign on thugs. 326
Cycle shock. 110
Dad fiddled pounds 37,000 in benefits; PLECK. 206
Dad takes plight to Downing Street; CAMPAIGN: Man to hold talks with Ministers about condition that killed his son. 342
Desperate robber in canal jump; OLDBURY: Police chase after mobile theft. 236
Dictator Brown. 128
Driver: I owe my life to Dad; ACCIDENT: Smash after son heeds advice to leave broken-down car. 317
Drop conmen in it, families told; COUNCIL: Trading standards blitz on 'get rich quick' schemes. 278
Drug addict locked up for 16th burglary. 129
East City News: Birmingham Magistrates. 389
East City News: Controversial flats go-ahead; YARDLEY: Green light for housing development despite campaign. 212
East City News: Eyesore is set for the bulldozer; YARDLEY. 165
Ed's got too chatty. 115
Ethnic quotas anger Labour; PARLIAMENT: City MPs hit at 'no white candidates' scheme. 312
Fact File. 177
Family Life: Students sink their teeth into Dracula; Pupils perform a multicultural version of the popular Bram Stoker vampire story Education. 297
Football: Freddy: I may have to leave; WOLVES NEWS. 451
Football: History on Wolves' side; WOLVES NEWS. 113
Football: Macca denies board moves; BLUES NEWS. 427
Football: McLeish severs Oubina ties; BLUES NEWS. 122
Football: Mick hopes seaside trip will lift spirits; WOLVES NEWS. 260
Football: Miller is back in business; ALBION NEWS. 243
Football: Miller is back in the running; ALBION NEWS. 261
Football: Money's ready for big test. 258
Football: Moore loan is in the balance; ALBION NEWS. 317
Football: Move for Benfica's Nelson is denied; VILLA NEWS. 212
Football: Mowbray's in for long-term; Boss insists his new contract signals Albion's vision for future success. 443
Football: Mowbray: Deals strike right note; ALBION NEWS. 385
Football: Reo-Coker told to keep his cool; VILLA NEWS. 347
Football: Robson gets backing from Mowbray; ALBION NEWS. 208
Football: Robson receives backing from boss; ALBION NEWS. 212
Football: Sorensen set for Barnsley loan; VILLA NEWS. 180
Football: Stunned Lambs need a response; NON-LEAGUE. 259
Football: Taylor sets his sights on a ton. 459
Football: Taylor targets ton for Blues; Defender set for unlikely milestone after being cast into the wilderness. 768
Football: We've Stil to see best of Petrov, says O'Neill. 427
Football: Weston relishes a crack at leaders. 241
From The Forum; Your views on the giant screen in Victoria Square. Have your say by visiting 183
Fuel grants are given a warm welcome; REDDITCH. 94
Give markets time to recover; Inside View In association with BARCLAYS. 356
Going behind the scenes at Rafta Rafta; REPERTORY THEATRE. 196
HALF PRICE healthy juices and smoothies; ZUMO fresh smoothie bar. 186
High marks for sports at academy; WEST BROMWICH. 185
Horse Racing: Kauto up for clash. 86
Horse Racing: Simon heads Square field; TOP OF THE WEIGHTS: John Spearing's star. 198
I've fallen for hotel; Tantrums & Tiaras. 312
Illegal staff fines threat; EMPLOYMENT: Government rules include foreign workers. 302
Improvements are long overdue. 243
Kev's clothes just jean-ius; FASHION: Young designer's denim collection wins top prize. 422
Key dates in the fight. 291
Key dates in the fight. 152
Lawn Tennis: Joy for Jordanne following maiden overseas crown; VOLLEYS. 376
Letter: Your Say - Bishop of Birmingham. 99
Letter: Your Say - End Valley mayhem. 95
Letter: Your Say - Haw Haw Haw. 208
Letter: Your Say - Rowan is so out of touch. 126
Letter: Your Say - Striking for all. 172
Letter: Your Say - THE Archbishop of Canterbury. 136
Letter: Your Shout - Marlon, you're magnificent! 1893
Life-saver in pubs. 135
Life-saver machines in pubs. 238
Local News Extra: Historic house is spared the axe; HALL GREEN: Protesters' joy as bulldozer plans for 19th property are put are on hold. 251
Local News Extra: People power! ERDINGTON: Bid for new homes 'out of character with area'. 265
Local News Extra: Shoppers flock to Acorns store after facelift; CASTLE BROMWICH. 218
Local News Extra: Singing the gospel; BILLESLEY. 138
Local News Extra: Take a step back in time; KINGS NORTON. 114
Local News Extra: Youngsters to hit the high notes; BILLESLEY. 231
Man in court on M1 crash. 130
Market plea over runway; AIRPORT: Extension vital to stop economy 'stagnating'. 318
Meetings on move. 80
MP: My right to wed cousin; MARRIAGE: Mahmood angered by minister's intervention. 283
New chapter for library. 162
New Members. 95
New Street victory. 764
Our Say. 315
Our theatre group aims to promote social cohesion within the school and community; Education. 420
Owner let dog die in pain. 237
People think it's harmless - but just one spliff was all it took to begin my rapid descent into hell - DJ TIM SHAW. 1510
People think it's harmless - but just one spliff was all it took to begin my rapid descent into hell - DJ TIM SHAW; MAIL NEWS FOCUS As the debate over the classification of cannabis rages on, Birmingham DJ Tim Shaw tells his own harrowing story of a life almost wasted. His account of how the drug came close to wrecking his mind, body and soul makes sobering reading. 1262
Pete's up for a laugh. 120
Pick of the day. 189
PICK OF THE DAY; Soccer Special (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 109
Player of the month (January). 438
Plea for pupils to be tough; SANDWELL: World strongman champ takes bullying campaign to schools. 190
Plea in hunt for robbers; CRIME: Store workers 'traumatised' by armed raid when shotgun went off. 374
Police hit-run victim appeal; CRIME: Woman, 80, mown down. 277
Pool boy death probe. 311
pounds 550m revamp for New Street; and it's all down to... YOU WAKE UP to the state of NEW STREET. 442
Praise for show stars; DUDLEY. 133
Probe after pool tragedy; SHOCK DEATH: Post mortem carried out on swim boy. 296
Quarter set for global acclaim; TOURISM: World Heritage bid by city jewel in crown. 180
Quiz of the day. 87
Relive the happiest days of your life; HODGE HILL. 119
REVIEWS: Great to see magic back; KULA SHAKER Birmingham Academy 2. 194
REVIEWS: Murder most hilarious; GHOST WRITER Sutton Arts Theatre, Sutton Coldfield. 157
Rise and fall of a man who's too nice. 477
Rock concert dangers. 164
Royal statue set for change of scenery. 103
Shirley joins dance greats. 344
Shoppers flock to Acorns store after facelift; CASTLE BROMWICH. 288
Shopping misery. 135
Six facing execution for 9/11. 151
Snooker: Hold holds nerve. 127
Soaring success in saving the planet; TRAVEL: Budget airline set to recyle after flights into city. 346
Solihull News: Bishop stops off during Lent tour; ST ALPHEGE. 166
Special day for loved-up adults. 103
Squash: Laura tipped to claim title. 215
Staffordshire News: New info guide is all white; LICHFIELD. 120
Staffordshire News: Union backs plan for pay shake-up; COUNTY COUNCIL: Workers balloted on changes. 223
Thanks dad; Traffic officer's advice to son saves his life. 319
The last resort for fat fighters; Going under the knife when dieting doesn't give them the shape they crave Health. 911
Thousands in guru tribute. 111
Tragedy boss fined pounds 25,000; OLDBURY/SMETHWICK: Worker fell to death through skylight. 305
Treating cystic fibrosis; Ask Alan. 104
Trouble not so far away. 235
Unlimited fun park rides for just pounds 4.99; Chipper Club. 332
Victory in fight over flats plan; ERDINGTON: Bid for new homes 'out of character with area'. 265
We're a little oasis of calm; School Of The Week MEADOWS PRIMARY SCHOOL, NORTHFIELD. 347
Wet threat challenge; EDUCATION. 103
Williams defiant. 103
Win VIP tickets to Grand Prix athletics. 316
Worcestershire News: Fuel grants are given a warm welcome; REDDITCH. 104
Worcestershire News: Medical kit stolen; STOURPORT. 116
Worcestershire News: Save A&E service; KIDDERMINSTER: Campaigners' fight for temporary emergency unit to be made permanent. Medical condition overview 241
Works force road closure. 88
Your FREE Valentine message. 85

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