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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (January 8, 2008)

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'Mystery' death was natural. 172
200,000 boost for Land Rover; 4x4 manufacturer has best sales year ever. 112
Agony goes on for Kerry; ID MIX-UP: Woman branded a thug by mistake. 437
Badminton: Devon delight for 4th string. 146
Birmingham Magistrates. 460
Black Country News: Builder's tonic for hospice; WALSALL. 182
Black Country News: Drunken yobs given curfew; W'HAMPTON. 160
Black Country News: Thieves blamed for flooding at school; WEDNESFIELD: pounds 250,000 worth of damage caused following break-in. 302
Bobby Dazzlers. 247
Bond girl sticks at it. 168
Borough pupils a class act. 146
Boxing: Macklin eyes Elcock's title; LONSDALE BELT: Matthew targets tilt at fellow Brummie. 342
Brits start year by juggling debts. 174
Burglars murder Brit dad. 151
Car parking barrier plan. 89
Cash misuse nurse faces ban. 296
Cash pays for precious trip home; CHELMSLEY WOOD Solihull News. 158
CATCH THE ACTION. 97
Celebration after office manages first completion; BUSINESS. 145
Central City News: Course for new actors; DIGBETH. 105
Central City News: Ex-airport worker to claim unfair dismissal; SMALL HEATH. 185
Central City News: Hall stays shut for a massive facelift; ASTON: Work continues on pounds 10million makeover at landmark building. 290
Charity appeal for gifts. 106
Chefs hungry for expansion; HOCKLEY: Former College of Food eyes two-acre site in battle for uni status. 317
Children hit by phone thefts. 134
Churches join in celebration; DIGBETH: 100th anniversary of Institute marked. 466
City man 'voted twice for relative' ELECTION COURT: Tory won with help of cousin's ID frauds, jury told. 368
Club Corner. 206
Contemporary arts gallery opens its doors; KINGS HEATH. 93
Corry says 'no'. 84
Councils going for Olympic gold. 174
Country park visitor boost; SANDWELL VALLEY: Improvements to car parks at attraction. 306
Cricket: Bucknor left out of Third Test. 276
Dancing back to fitness; HIGHLANDS ROAD. 91
Darts: Hankey defiant. 110
Death row Brit is freed. 169
Death row Scot is freed. 118
Drinking club bid. 111
East City News: A taste of the Tudors for children; SUTTON. 153
East City News: Churches together to celebrate centre; YARDLEY/DIGBETH: 100th anniversary of Institute marked. 461
Engineers quit office. 282
Established band to play; TAMWORTH. 138
Expert help to stay in credit; FINANCE. 93
Fair chance for some child's play. 221
Families have say on crime; OLDBURY. 106
Family Life: Let the battle of the books begin; EDUCATION: Teens to vote for their favourite read in X Factor-style competition. 469
Family man took part in soccer violence; WOLVERHAMPTON. 184
Farewell to Mail snapper Arthur. 255
Firms 'devastated' by ban on parking; TRANSPORT: Report claims businesses badly hit by red route experiment. 358
First Lady hopeful is last to hide from view. 451
Fitness: Straight talking can help you slim down. 647
Flash Adnan has pulled a pop star! 292
Football: Blues in pounds 1m defender bid; McLeish gets in the opening blow in battle for Hibs ace. 603
Football: Chaplow can leave Albion - boss; But Mowbray insists price has to be right. 421
Football: Chaplow set to go if price is right; ALBION NEWS. 421
Football: Clem's out of sorts; ALBION NEWS. 161
Football: Fixtures mount up for Money; WALSALL NEWS Yeovil trip adds to mid-winter logjam. 367
Football: Johnson is put on trial by Blues. 182
Football: Late strike brings the right result; VILLA NEWS. 356
Football: Laursen: I would be happy to stay at Villa. 447
Football: Mac: Take it easy on Kightly; WOLVES NEWS. 388
Football: McLeish in pounds 1m bid for Hibs ace. 485
Football: Ossie's back for Baggies; ALBION NEWS. 332
Football: Ossie's coming back to Baggies; ALBION NEWS. 313
Football: Player of the month (December); ALBION NEWS. 515
Football: Toffees to get stuck into Chelsea. 176
Football: Villa show an interest in signing Defoe. 318
Football: Watford downer for boss. 294
Football: Watford downer for boss. 266
Football: Wrack's not looking back; WALSALL NEWS. 174
Football: Yates is spoilt for choices; NON-LEAGUE. 386
Football: Young star is the real deal; VILLA NEWS. 329
Forrest Gump's a Villa fan! SHOWBIZ: Hollywood star Hanks has fallen for club's 'sweet' name. 431
Friendship on offer to the over 50s; UNION ROAD. 85
From market to city mayor; POLITICS: First Asian JP set to be First Citizen. 338
From The Forum. 198
From The Forum; Your views on surgery being refused to smokers. Have your say by visiting www.birminghammail.net/forum. 181
Generators stolen from farm yard; LICHFIELD. 90
Girl, 9, is killed in explosion. 104
Girl, 9, killed in home blast; EXPLOSION: Elderly couple's end-terrace house blown out. 353
Good sports give boost to charity. 125
Half price half term breaks at PONTiN'S. 348
HALL GREEN. 80
Hanged city man could be innocent; HISTORY: 'Wrong suspect' in last public execution. 339
Help us in pay battle; CITY COUNCIL: Union plea for rally support. 329
Helping hound; CHARITY: Dog to go on therapeutic visits to mentally handicapped. 326
Horse Racing: NATIONAL HUNT. 82
How to stump HIV and Aids in Africa; MERIDEN: Candidate helps launch cricket for youngsters in disease-ridden countries. 359
How to stump HIV and Aids; HARBORNE: Charity introduces cricket to disease-hit countries. 349
Hunt for bag thief. 101
I was a fool to forgive cheating hubby. 334
Infectious diseases can close a school; YOUR CHILD HEALTH QUERIES. 432
Is government part of the NHS problem? Health As the National Health Service prepares to mark its 60th anniversary, Gordon Brown and David Cameron have put it back at the centre of the political agenda with their latest announcements. But are politicians really the best people to decide how are health services are run? Today we open our pages to a doctor who argues that their plans often have unintended consequences. 1069
It's a date to keep in mind; BROMSGROVE: Aid for people with memory loss and confusion. 342
Jail over cannabis factory; CHELMSLEY. 280
Journey into the past for families; LEISURE: Town launches heritage trail of historic buildings and parks. 247
Joy as homes plan is pulled; HENLEY-IN-ARDEN: Developer withdraws scheme for market. 277
Julie is in the picture at TV wedding; KIDDERMINSTER. 183
Land Rover at new high; INDUSTRY: Sales hit record as Indian giant circles. 391
Land Rover hits 200,000 sales mark; Best year ever for 4x4 manufacturer. 310
Last chance to have say on roads. 106
Lawn Tennis: Safin for Murray. 139
Lawn Tennis: Warwicks starlet McArdle is living American dream; VOLLEYS. 382
Letter: Blair religion row. 148
Letter: Feel no shame. 100
Letter: Your Say - Ban ward visitors; In association with POST OFFICE. 84
Letter: Your Say - Data loss shock; In association with POST OFFICE. 119
Letter: Your Say - Essential subtitles; In association with POST OFFICE. 91
Letter: Your Say - Stupid safety rules; In association with POST OFFICE. 114
Letter: Your Say - Theatre a no-go for toddlers; In association with POST OFFICE. 180
Letter: Your Say - Waitress woes; In association with POST OFFICE. 84
Letter: Your Shout - The moment of truth for Blues. 1630
Linking up with eagles. 250
Local News Extra: 'Noisy' junction remains open despite moans; LICHFIELD. 133
Local News Extra: Cash gives clubs a sporting chance; PERSHORE/EVESHAM. 90
Local News Extra: Knife raiders hold up newsagents; REDDITCH. 138
Local News Extra: Tesco shop plan at garage; LITTLE ASTON. 183
Local News Extra: Trucker puts the brakes on drivers; TAMWORTH: Dad uses equipment to help slow speeding motorists. 371
Local News Extra: Truth behind movie hero; BURNTWOOD. 86
Local News Extra: Vandals in forklift spree; PERSHORE. 133
Local News Extra: Wrangle over plan for super-surgery; REDDITCH: Health centre bid slammed as poorly thought out. 320
Lotto win spent on a new home; CHELMSLEY WOOD: Mum's delight after scooping pounds 92,000 prize. 324
Man jailed for theft of glasses; COURT: Concrete block used in shop raid. 230
Mayor to mark Day; WOLVERHAMPTON. 127
Minister,70 is attacked by burglars; EXCLUSIVE Retired churchman tells of hooded raid terror. 507
More tests on tragedy star. 235
My bust is just too big. 286
New league is a big hit with top Midland bowlers; Jack HIGH. 427
No man can match dad. 219
Norovirus bug fading out at hospital. 115
North City News: Be our eyes and ears - city police; GLEBE FARM/ LEA VILLAGE. 224
North City News: Put a smile on bunny's face; ERDINGTON. 88
North City News: Tesco unveils shop plan; LITTLE ASTON. 182
North City News: Vision of pair now poised to pay off; CASTLE BROMWICH: Revolutionary valve invention for radiators in shops. 304
Oh baby, Cup hero Vaughan is going to be a dad! FAMILY: Minnows Chasetown may be out but it's joy for one of their stars. 318
Our Say. 307
Patrols up after raids; KIDDERMINSTER. 145
Pick of the day. 196
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Carling Cup Football (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 118
Planning Applications. 129
Plea over attack on woman; KIDDERMINSTER. 108
Post-haste police; WILLENHALL: Confidential boxes installed for public to report concerns. 237
pounds 5.6m boost for health centre plan; MP's delight as pounds 21m project wins cash injection. 349
Presenter's death 'not suspicious'. 157
Prince William takes to the skies. 160
Protest call for PM visit; CAMPAIGN: Mental health unit fight goes to No 10. 317
Psychiatric tests for gas pistol man; WEST BROMWICH. 94
Pub giant rules out limit signs. 109
Pundits have got it wrong; Inside View In association with BARCLAYS. 284
Putting patients first. 484
Quiz of the day. 103
Raiders attack minister at home. 361
Raise a glass to charity fund-raisers; BROMFORD. 274
Rates cut is 2008 carrot; MORTGAGES: Drop in loan rate 'will be good news'. 325
Record number of homes found for retired greyhounds; HALL GREEN. 106
Rescue bid is just the ticket; STREETLY: Independent steps in to save daytime bus service. 197
Royal twirl for Brum dancers; JAPAN TOUR: Princess to view ballet company in action. 434
Rugby Union: Corry says 'no'. 160
School is out of special measures. 137
School's murals are a walk on the wild side for pupils; WALSALL Black Country News. 250
School's triple success; QUINTON. 137
Snapshot of photograph hobby; WARWICK ROAD. 96
Solihull News: Bird fans roosting at lecture room; BLOSSOMFIELD ROAD. 85
Solihull News: Home-grown goodies for sale at market; BENTLEY HEATH. 103
Solihull News: Man jailed over cannabis factory; CHELMSLEY WOOD: 'Sweeper upper' found at house where drugs produced. 380
Solihull News: Runners urged to take part; KNOWLE. 104
South City News: Final chapter for small book shop; HARBORNE: Cut-throat supermarket competition forces store to close. 358
South City News: Library shuts for big revamp; WEOLEY CASTLE. 190
South City News: Plea for shoppers to use superstore car park; QUINTON. 203
Sunglasses shop thief locked up; LEE BANK. 227
Supper dance at village hall; HAMPTON-IN-ARDEN. 134
Tales from corridors of power; EDGBASTON. 146
Taylor suits new role in the chair. 150
Teach Midlands: Countdown has begun for move to new building; School Of The Week KINGSLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL, KINGSLAND RD, KINGSTANDING. 404
Teach Midlands: Picking the winner is going to be so difficult. 892
Tenants' celebration with truly international flavour; WOLVERHAMPTON. 175
Thugs batter OAP minister; CRIME: I could have been killed, says burglary victim, 70. 443
Tragedy gran 'sleeping well' INQUEST: OAP had 'comfortable night' say care staff. 357
Tragedy gran had been 'sleeping well'. 222
Watchdogs: School has 'real strengths' OLTON: Government inspectors praise the way primary looks after pupils Solihull News. 298
We need to eat a balanced diet; FOOD STANDARDS AGENCY Ask Sam. 204
Welcome donations for top charities; CANNOCK. 141
Wife 'tried to poison man with anti-freeze'. 204
Wife 'tried to poison man' COURT: Husband left deaf and blind in 'anti-freeze murder plot'. 366
WIN family tickets for fab pantomime; Chipper Club Dick Whittington THE MAGICAL PANTOMIME ADVENTURE! 365
Winter walk is for the birds. 147
Woman stole from bookies; COURT: Mum fiddled pounds 8,000 after failing to win promotion. 291
Work on college begins to shape up; WALSALL: Campus for business skills Black Country News. 301
Work or lose dole - Tories; POLITICS: 7,600 jobless Midlanders face benefits axe. 309
Worker was 'not racially discriminated against' BROAD STREET. 226
Youth club has vicar's blessing; EDGBASTON: Plans to help keep youngsters off the streets. 296

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