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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (January 10, 2008)

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'I need help' just a ploy by phone thief; COURT: Callous ex-jailbird targeted vulnerable youngsters with phoney sob stories. 216
'Screen savers' in short supply; NEW YEAR NEW COURSE. 112
39 faults found at 'poor' nursing home; INQUEST: Care centre inspection report said improvements needed were urgent. 254
52-WEEK TRAVELCARD WORTH pounds 603. 117
Ain't life GRAND; MONEY MANIA: Lucky Alex pockets first pounds 1,000 in our cash give-away MAIL MONEY MANIA WIN pounds 1,000 BY 7PM. 565
All shook up over tea. 137
Awards recognise outstanding work. 408
BA launches new airline. 117
Basketball: Best is yet to come - Lataryl; PANTHERS: Williams forced into unfamiliar role for team. 385
Basketball: Franchise fired up for NIA debut. 220
BB smiles hide pain of family; SHOWBIZ: City mum tells of tragedies which devastated talented circus siblings. 461
Blaze guts family home. 104
Blood risk to injured Brits; IRAQ: Contamination fears after battlefield transfusions. 297
Bobby Dazzlers. 311
Boyfriend broke jaw. 221
Bright idea for safety! TRAFFIC: Tyre company wheels out reflective strips. 241
Brit 'an hour from death'. 85
Brits buy drugs online. 126
Brown: Time for tolerance; RELIGION: PM urges inter-faith talks and rebukes 'no go' bishop. 337
Brum gets a raw deal; Results improve across the city - but new ranking system means it drops out of top 100. 740
Brum whizz kids logging on early; EDUCATION: Minister praises city pupils as he pledges home computer access. 268
Build a career in construction; NEW YEAR NEW COURSE. 160
Call for over 50s to get in shape. 165
Celebrity Choice. 102
Centre car parks to be upgraded. 142
Classic Cookbook; WILD GARLIC, GOOSEBERRIES AND ME by Denis Cotter (Collins, pounds 20). 132
Cocktail Of The Week; SWEET STANDARD. 88
College shows its real value. 233
Councillor defects to Tories. 151
Councillor defects to Tory party. 211
Court house bomb blast. 80
Crescendo of opera support; ARTS: We won't let successful company fall silent, city vows. 348
Cricket: Bears welcome a touch of Frost; WARWICKSHIRE: Wicketkeeper back on the playing staff. 416
Cricket: Kumble calls for focus. 214
Cricket: Recalled Pollock rocks Windies. 263
Cricket: Recalled Pollock rocks Windies. 271
Crucial skills in language; NEW YEAR NEW COURSE. 181
Deputy head in porn shame; He viewed thousands of images on school laptop, tribunal told. 487
Driver has a lucky escape. 133
Enrol now to fulfil careers potential; UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON. 487
Families facing council tax rise. 174
Father-of-3 jailed for cannabis possession. 116
Fears over army blood screening. 117
Financial woe for millions. 223
Food & Drink: Top Tips from star chef; PAUL FULFORD introduces the Mail's new expert chef, who will be on hand to answer all your cookery conundrums. 449
Food Heroes. 186
Football: Ashley: Tony can do a job. 223
Football: Baggies cash in on Chaplow; Preston move generates funds for Mowbray. 481
Football: Ban threat won't see trio tiptoe; VILLA NEWS. 199
Football: Boss: Palacios just too risky; BLUES NEWS. 392
Football: Chaplow sell-off frees funds for Baggies; ALBION NEWS. 433
Football: Collins expects Wolves push. 339
Football: Cup heroes Chasetown are short-changed by FA chiefs; COMMENT. 456
Football: Duo given a second chance; VILLA NEWS. 285
Football: I'm happy for the lads - Pead; WALSALL NEWS. 237
Football: Ish is tipped to carry on scoring; ALBION NEWS. 306
Football: Ishmael tipped to carry on scoring; ALBION NEWS. 419
Football: Lambs snap up Foster; NON-LEAGUE. 199
Football: Lucas: No Argy bargy on deal; BLUES NEWS. 147
Football: Magpies hunt for new boss - again. 293
Football: McLeish: Only best will do. 377
Football: Mick: Spirit is still good; WOLVES NEWS. 442
Football: Money looking to replace Sweeney; WALSALL NEWS. 252
Football: O'Neill in promise to the Villa nearly men. 385
Football: Only the best will do for Blues boss; McLeish determined to shop on Quality Street. 536
Football: Ramos to keep keepers waiting; CARLING CUP. 276
Football: Ramos to keep keepers waiting; CARLING CUP. 273
Football: Savage Keane to make his point. 278
Football: Sherjill in wing prayer; ALBION NEWS. 275
Football: Time to bounce back - O'Neill; VILLA NEWS. 340
Football: Trio set to make Arsenal trip; BLUES NEWS. 148
Football: Troy: That was me at my best; WALSALL NEWS. 354
Football: Watson taking over from Spink; BLUES NEWS. 158
Football: Wolves trail striker Sylvain. 331
FREE cocktail and 25% off your food bill. 180
Future of Brum? We've a fare idea; STRATEGY: Taxi drivers enlisted to help city develop ambitious plans for 2026. 272
Gallery finds link to TV hit; ART: Original illustration from Cranford unearthed. 269
Get InTouch. 107
Golf: Clarke's keen to build on progress. 257
Golf: Duo pick up the pace in Joburg. 249
Golf: Murless makes his mark with 65. 246
Group plea over nature reserve. 198
Gun amnesty in our sights; CRIME: Progress at Home Office talks with shot girls' families. 526
Head: We can get even better! 252
Healthy reading for A-Level students. 205
Help cops to catch church arsonists. 160
Historic rail line 'could be re-opened'. 214
Hitman claim in anti-freeze case; COURT: Wife told friend 'planned to poison husband'. 529
Hockey: Midlands dominant. 183
Horse Racing: Double joy for surprised Wylie. 353
Horse Racing: HUNTINGDON stages. 121
Horse Racing: Sponsors not expecting Gold shock. 222
Horses 'left to die in field'. 132
Horses were 'left to die'. 94
Hospitals lapse on cleaning; MRSA: Midland trusts ignore PM's pledge. 357
I bought lifesaver; HEALTH: Cancer mum defies NHS medics' gloomy prognosis and pays for miracle drug. 295
I got home town Blues; POLITICS: City Tory blunders into deep south Brum. 384
In pole position to see F1 star David; MOTOR RACING: Scots ace heading for NEC supercar extravaganza. 260
Inside View; In association with BARCLAYS. 310
Interest rates are frozen. 137
IoD seminar looks East for profit. 154
It's a taste of my childhood; Recipes. 450
It's Villa-delphia for star Tom. 289
Jack of all trades ...master of none; RestaurantSpy AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DISHES, 9 BRINDLEYPLACE, BIRMINGHAM. 561
Jail for raider with 8in knife. 199
January's fine for enrolment. 91
Jobs: Angela is glad to be of service; in association with 309
Join us online for business open day. 179
Lawn Tennis: Win for Murray. 90
Lawn Tennis: Win for Murray. 158
League tables are 'damaging' - head. 223
Letter: Your Say - Bristol Road bus to Navigation; In association with POST OFFICE. 83
Letter: Your Say - Don't blame us; In association with POST OFFICE. 161
Letter: Your Say - Network Rail and the city; In association with POST OFFICE. 136
Letter: Your Say - New drivers; In association with POST OFFICE. 144
Letter: Your Say - New Street golden days; In association with POST OFFICE. 176
Letter: Your Say - Precious loss; In association with POST OFFICE. 213
Letter: Your Say - Rail rip-offs; In association with POST OFFICE. 106
Letter: Your Shout - HAVING witnessed both Aston. 135
Letter: Your Shout - HERE we go again. 89
Letter: Your Shout - Youngsters were not given chance. 131
Letting out size of relief; MODELLING: Larger ladies come forward after agency's plea in Mail. 346
Life is sweet in apple sours; BUSINESS: Pair of confectionery suppliers taste success. 227
Luke Tipping's top Five tips for domestic cooks. 151
Man injured after fall on to piping. 124
Man's jaw broken by attacker in bar. 110
Man, 24 dies after New Year assault; CRIME: Family decide to turn off life support machine after 10-day bedside vigil. 248
March date for Jag sale. 302
Movie hero Tom's a real life Villan! SHOWBIZ: Hollywood star Hanks shows his true colours on red carpet at premiere. 396
MP's plea over DNA database. 151
MP: We're not giving up on weak schools. 429
My passion for fashion; AWARDS: 'Supergirl' stages show with a difference. 327
New Year's party in 2003. 310
Niki stars in fire tribute; MEMORIAL: X Factor contender to perform in concert to commemorate tragic crew. 366
OAP kept 59 dogs in cages. 137
One in six unhappy at work. 101
Open day is a tonic for health career. 135
Pakistan: A role for us; BHUTTO CRISIS: Foreign Secretary appeals for help after assassination. 338
Panto time for uni students. 135
Pick of the day. 206
Pick of the day. 209
PICK OF THE DAY; Live European Tour Golf (Sky Sports 1, 10.30am). 111
Police die in suicide blast; PAKISTAN: Death toll hits 22 among guards at protest rally. 315
Police die in suicide blast; PAKISTAN: Death toll tops 20 among guards at protest rally. 311
Police storm pub as brawl erupts; Three arrested after 15 officers race to scene. 357
Pressing ahead with business. 424
Pub closed after brawl; DISORDER: Women and kids caught up in bar violence. 307
Racial jibe diner hit manager; COURT: Bill for coffee sparked argument. 225
Raids tackle drug culture. 80
Regeneration is aim of new Brum charity. 154
Results boost for boroughs; Ranking fall masks good news. 929
Rugby Union: Tindall backs 'the Volcano'. 534
Saint Augustine's success is holy deserved; GCSE/A-Level school league tables. 154
Scalded baby boy rushed to hospital. 96
Scam mum spared prison; COURT: Benefits con. 260
School angry over statistical 'bungle'. 262
Secondary delight as scores soar; GCSE/A-Level school league tables. 365
Smith plans deactivated guns ban. 284
So Coul to be on pole at NEC! MOTOR RACING: Scots ace heads Formula 1 stars gathering for Brum extravaganza. 393
Solihull's flying high again; Borough still the tops in West Midlands. 414
Staffs sets a personal best; Best-ever Key Stage 4 results for county's pupils. 458
Teacher viewed porn on laptop. 261
The final farewell; FUNERAL: Mourners pack church to say goodbye to young mum killed in freak accident. 377
The Stirrer: Getting there. 166
The Stirrer: Probe into course delays. 439
The tooth doesn't bear examination; Raise A Glass. 503
There's a bright idea for safety! 122
Thief smashes window to steal laptop. 84
TIC is tuned to Joe's ambition. 369
Time to come to New Street! POLITICS: Tory fury as PM Brown 'snubs' chance to tour city station. 288
Tourists wary of big travel firms. 188
Tragedy home had 39 faults; By Paul Bradley. 219
Under-threat donkeys rescued. 105
Van maker on road to recovery; INDUSTRY: LDV delight as worldwide sales hit 10,500... just two years after collapse. 303
Venues top of the pops; WOLVERHAMPTON: Boss hails bumper year for music fans. 228
Visitor centre at park. 131
Volunteers swap good deeds. 129
Wage rise winners? Only if we use our extra pounds 1.50 a week for a Lotto ticket! CITY COUNCIL: It's peanuts, says Labour after pay shake-up revised. 498
Wannabe students and parents welcome to visit; NEW YEAR NEW COURSE. 207
Watching while you wait for your grub; Bar Grub JOHN LEWIS, TOUCHWOOD, SOLIHULL. 370
We all believe in one God. 231
WIN the ultimate job-hunting package. 368
Woman airlifted from crash scene. 85
Young guns lead award chase. 177
Youths wanted in probe over attack. 172

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