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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (May 6, 2008)

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'Green' groups chase pounds 1m. 118
A salute to the region's brave. 257
Ahern set to quit as Irish PM. 151
Albion block big day for fans. 567
An early taste of summer. 167
Athletics: Chris Czechs in. 87
Award for police chief. 89
BABY - Conception To 2 Years: Owners Workshop Manual (Haynes Publishing, pounds 14.99). 125
BABY - Conception To 2 Years: Owners Workshop Manual (Haynes Publishing, pounds 14.99). 138
Back to the frontline; MISSION TO IRAQ In the second part of a Birmingham Mail special report, reporter PAUL BRADLEY tracks the progress of Birmingham soldiers in the First Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. They have been going through their final training in Hohenfels, Germany, before their imminent deployment to Basra. 1013
Bank 'firmly on track' despite credit crunch. 132
Bank's a class act with help of cake. 182
Battling to beat school bullies; Education. 222
Beat the rising tide of everyday living; CUT THE COST. 299
Bike Racing: Quigley joy after first podium; MOTORCYCLING. 208
Blaze wrecks nursing home. 176
Blaze wrecks nursing home; 999 DRAMA: Firefighters battle to save derelict building. 183
Bobby Dazzlers. 268
Bonanza for area schools; EDUCATION: Government to pump in pounds 28m. 390
Bosingwa Reds talk is denied by agent. 303
Boxing: Gomez to face Khan; NIA: Champ ready for tough Brum test. 308
Breen has some sympathy for fans. 293
Can a mother learn how to bring up her child by the book? New parents, new advice on a weekly basis as new books are published. But how useful are these tomes to new mums? ALISON HANDLEY tests a few on her two youngsters. Health. 635
Cash saving went wrong; Tantrums & Tiaras DIARY OF A BRIDE-TO-BE. 339
CATCH THE ACTION. 88
Cave still in good Nick; REVIEWS NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS Birmingham Academy. 150
CCTV 'no deterrent for crooks'. 189
Cemetery Records. 370
Change laws for our Cerys; FAMILY: The worse the injuries, the longer the jail term. 409
Change the law for Cerys, say parents. 472
Change the law for Cerys; Speeding drivers who shatter lives 'should get ten years'. 578
Chiefs given 'new' voice; CULTURE: Podcast service grows in popularity. 305
Christine on shortlist. 121
Church Burials. 265
City man facing burglary charges. 115
City pair ease fear of 'turbine flicker' ENERGY: Aston Uni scientists draw up guidelines to stop people having seizures. 245
College boss will be 'deeply missed'. 169
Cricket: Five star Kings. 143
Cricket: Mason on top. 110
Cute cadets on scent at an early age. 402
Dalai Lama dialogue. 114
DECADES OF GROWTH. 107
Defence firm admits mistakes. 128
Doherty is freed from jail. 160
Don't go back on your promise, Martin; Your Shout Special. 1287
Festival is at your service. 133
Football: Barry 'could be tempted to stay' VILLA NEWS. 331
Football: Bears hang heads in shame. 348
Football: Blues reverse back to the 70s. 109
Football: Blues reverse back to the 70s; ANOTHER MAIL PICTURE EXCLUSIVE. 109
Football: Breen has some sympathy for fans. 295
Football: Cowans hopes to keep Barry; VILLA NEWS. 333
Football: Gerrard signs up for friends reunited; WALSALL. 390
Football: Hackett: Diving not now an issue. 242
Football: Keegan: United for title. 260
Football: Let's all sing the Blues to safety; Your Shout FANS HAVE THEIR SAY. 1669
Football: Now let's finish the job - Pet; VILLA NEWS. 272
Football: O'Neill: Take a lead off Forest; VILLA NEWS EXAMPLE: Nottingham title kings show what can be achieved. 394
Football: O'Neill: We can reach for stars; Villa boss confident big names will sign - with or without European qualification. 374
Football: Our last throw of the dice; BLUES NEWS. 486
Football: Petrov: Dream still on; VILLA NEWS. 316
Football: Petrov: Euro dream still alive; VILLA NEWS. 153
Football: Phillips future is still up in the air; ALBION NEWS. 208
Football: Phillips future is still up in the air; ALBION NEWS. 209
Football: Prem's green grass not always greener. 551
Football: Punters given the right ump; COMMENT: Edgbaston disgrace is another nail in cricket's coffin. 442
Football: Radhi's in rage at lost chance. 574
Football: Russia relax visa regulations. 326
Football: Russia relax visa regulations. 324
Football: Seyi's keen for talks on future; WOLVES NEWS. 436
Football: Solanki inspires stroll to Viktory. 227
Football: Team spirit is the key for Jon; ALBION NEWS. 413
Football: We can still do it - at a stretch; VILLA NEWS EXAMPLE: Nottingham title kings show what can be achieved. 392
Football: We will still go for big names; VILLA NEWS. 264
Football: Wenger facing Flamini poser. 261
Fred was no Nazi, says Jewish group; RING ROAD TRAMP: Now hunt is on to find claimant for pounds 90,000 pension. 479
From The Forum. 197
Further Reading / Sources. 677
Hackett: Diving not now an issue. 239
Hampson is flying high; INDUSTRY: Aerospace firm in pounds 127m US takeover. 325
Henry set for Derby. 97
Hockey: Blow for Harborne. 119
Horse Racing: CHESTER'S magnificent May meeting gets under way tomorrow. 118
Horse Racing: Options open for Guineas heroine. 349
How to find last resting places. 221
Husband's charity is making me ill; Ask Fiona Birmingham Mail's agony aunt. 597
Is smoked food bad for you? Ask Sam. 229
Is your child being bullied? 105
It is vital to help a child to feel safe. 439
Keep safe from rays. 87
Keyring boost for carers. 197
Lawn Tennis: Murray fury. 98
Let's all sing the Blues to safety; Your Shout. 1670
Letter: Don't go back on your promise, Martin; Your Shout Special. 1222
Letter: Your Say - Are you a Ford fan? In association with POST OFFICE. 131
Letter: Your Say - Ban postal votes; In association with POST OFFICE. 142
Letter: Your Say - Concert sell-out; In association with POST OFFICE. 82
Letter: Your Say - Game on for Hazel; In association with POST OFFICE. 141
Letter: Your Say - It's utter rubbish; In association with POST OFFICE. 133
Letter: Your Say - Labour don't listen; In association with POST OFFICE. 140
Letter: Your Say - Only elite prosper; In association with POST OFFICE. 105
Letter: Your Say - The strike in Coun Gregory's street. In association with POST OFFICE. 127
Life change for mum kicking in; FAMILY: Confidence boost from lessons in martial arts. 289
Local newspapers are important to communities. 488
Long road to recovery after a hospital stay. 349
Make a beeline for sweet honey; Fitness. 327
Man burgled OAP's home. 81
Motor Racing: Super Aguri out. 144
Motorcycling: Quigley joy at podium. 216
Motorists told to be on guard. 106
MP Clare brushes up on ecology. 150
Nettles out in a nimby rash; ECO-TOWNS: Development angers TV actor neighbour. 379
New life for Brum beat HQ; MUSIC: Thunderbirds recording studios are go for 21st century. 350
New points system for immigrants. 167
NEW PREGNANCY AND BIRTH: A Practical Guide For All Parents To Be (Dorling Kindersley, pounds 10.99). 117
New tsunami; BURMA: 15,000 dead and 30,000 missing as cyclone brings 12ft sea surge. 426
OAP mum's fury at grave vandals; CRIME: Brenda's heartbreak as memorial to daughter Valerie continually trashed. 295
On the trail of Osama in Brum; CINEMA: Readers have chance to quiz Super Size film-maker Morgan. 319
One voice speaks in crackdown. 237
Our Say; BIRMINGHAM Mail. 303
Our Say; BIRMINGHAM Mail. 296
Party poopers! Albion snub plans for open-top parade. 457
Persistent thief sent to prison. 128
Pick of the day. 215
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Masters Tennis (Sky Sports 2, 12.00pm). 111
Pinpoint their homes; Maps. 91
Planning applications. 441
Plant at his best in the country; REVIEW: Led Zep frontman profits from partnership with bluegrass singer Krauss ROBERT PLANT & ALISON KRAUSS NIA Academy. 383
Pledge to fix the Spaghetti cracks; ROAD REPAIRS: Highways Agency says 12 months worth of work starts in May. 415
Poor start dents Warwick and Worcester hopes; Jack HIGH. 409
Poor start dents Warwick and Worcester hopes; Jack HIGH. 411
pounds 3,000 boost to help the young. 148
pounds 600 joy for Dorothy. 124
pounds 800,000 Cash to buy little crash victim a special home payout for Cerys; Cash to buy little crash victim a special home. 683
Princess back for opening; HOSPICE: Royal returns, 25 years on. 313
Putting faces to the names; Family tree expert Chris Sutton brings you his fourth and final guide to tracing your ancestors, this week with the help of maps, photographs, burials and emigration records Photographs. 112
Quiz of the day; The World. 90
RAISING A HAPPY CHILD: In The Precious Years From Birth To Six (Dorling Kindersley, pounds 9.99). 138
Remember When? 1994. 80
Road closed for 8 weeks; Travel. 103
Royal Ascot on Point's agenda. 318
Royal hurry for a curry! PALACE: Queen invites city restaurateur. 259
Rubbish blitz on canals. 117
School toast to new pounds 1m home. 148
Searching Down Under; Emigration. 149
Send Father's Day message; Club Corner. 85
Showing team spirit; Local History Societies and Genealogy Classes. 98
Signs save pub in road smash. 177
SNIFFING OUT THE BAD GUYS. 136
Snooker: Ronnie hint at taking a break; WORLD CHAMPION: Hearing could dictate decision - Davis. 364
Speedway: Wolves pair hurt in crash. 145
Stab death man named. 108
Stars teach kids something new. 195
Stars teach kids something new. 117
Stars to shine at book fest. 151
Storm rescue help pours in; BURMA: International action as death toll tops 15,000. 381
Strangers warning for OAPs. 115
Streetly pay the price of their own success; Tennis VOLLEYS. 374
Supremes hit Brum. 80
Teenagers aren't getting enough sleep. 124
The long paw of the law; LAW AND ORDER: From Kim and Flash, Brum's thin blue bark has developed into a team of 91 canine crime fighters with 69 handlers At West Midlands Police Dog Training School, Mail Crime Correspondent MARK COWAN went to see what it takes to turn the cute cadets into fully-fledged four-legged crimefighters. While there he realised he'd bitten off more than he could chew when he agreed to play the part of a crook. 419
The World: Quiz of the day. 90
TODDLING TO TEN: Your Common Parenting Problems Solved (Headline, pounds 12.99). 135
Tots row Britney in court again. 173
Trains held up as signals fail; TRAVEL: Misery for thousands of Midland rail passengers. 275
Trip back to days of Henry VIII; Travel BANK HOLIDAY FUN: Sutton Park open day takes visitors to the 1500s. 303
Tyre firm backs 'soft play' area. 156
Waddle all the way to bank. 126
Water great day as tugs pull in crowds; BOATING: Visitors flood to see historic working canal at museum. 293
We are going from strength to strength; School Of The Week MARSH HILL NURSERY SCHOOL, ERDINGTON. 392
Wenger facing Flamini poser. 260
What a parent can do? 237
What is your school doing? 98
Where is respect for elderly? 444
WIN a guide to family days out. 232
WIN pounds 2,000 to clear your credit card bill. 283
WIN tickets for football show! Chipper Club. 367
WIN your electricity bill paid for a year. 360
YOUR TODDLER - Month By Month (Dorling Kindersley, pounds 16.99). 125

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