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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (November 4, 2008)

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'Being there' could be all your pal needs. 395
'Being there' could be all your pal needs; Ask Fiona THE MAIL'S AGONY AUNT. 393
'Have sex with me and I can heal you' ABUSE CLAIMS HEARD IN COURT:. 518
'Have sex with me and I can heal you' ABUSE CLAIMS HEARD IN COURT:. 520
'I took knife on a plane' TRANSPORT: City MP calls for tighter security. 341
'Offensive letter' MP suspended. 176
400 jobs to go in Land Rover cull; CREDIT CRISIS: Even tougher times ahead, JLR chief executive warns. 516
A grand day to give sick kids a treat; CAMPAIGN: Popular plasticine duo visit hospice. 245
A week left to nominate school heroes. 236
Ace Alice soars to top notes. 185
Angry white men who are complaining. 156
Badminton: Thirds taste narrow win over rivals. 180
Bedtime is storytime. 108
Belting out safety message. 164
Better English and spelling. 215
Bobby Dazzlers. 248
Booster for law college; EDUCATION: Work set to start on pounds 5.5m building. 281
Boxing: Calzaghe wants to go out in style. 233
Chance to grab bargain. 127
Changes as good as the rest; SETANTA SHIELD. 205
Chief calls for an interest rate cut; CREDIT CRISIS: Even tougher times ahead, JLR chief executive warns. 523
Church puts on a show of history. 233
Class furniture needs packing for The Gambia. 227
Coleman: It's our best yet; BLUES NEWS. 215
Confident Saddlers' sights on Wembley. 297
Confident Saddlers' sights on Wembley. 300
Council IT training led to fiasco. 208
Crash scene same as TV pair's in1988. 147
Cricket: Bears boosted by Neil's deal; CRICKET: All-rounder signs a new two-year contract. 337
Cricketer has schoolkids in a spin. 123
Customs' cocktail set for food show; NEC: Government officials put drug smugglers in the spotlight. 285
Decision day for US voters; US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS. 539
Diabetes kills so don't miss warnings. 283
Double bill is perfect for all folk; REVIEWS RALPH McTELL/THE DYLAN PROJECT Town Hall, Birmingham. 174
Drink down but ale's up; PUBS GROUP: Drop of cheer amid general gloom. 269
Duo are handed a Trophy tonic; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Chasetown and Romulus get home draws. 349
Festive fun on the run. 192
Filipe aims for Liverpool game; ALBION NEWS. 190
Frankly, I think Barack will win! US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS. 173
From The Forum. 174
Fundraiser is on the right track. 164
Funeral of family killed in horror crash on M6. 155
Game on for hi-tech pupils; Family Life LEARNING: New PSP project opens up communication for deaf students. 738
Girls soldier on in Army training day. 195
Go wild this winter. 146
Golf: Seve progress. 109
Great nights will go with a BANG; Chipper Club. 305
Grieving husband's charity tee. 171
Heart attack kills builder on roof; Fire crews scale the roof of the Northfield house to bring down the man's body. Pictures: Loretta Brennan. 318
House sale jobs saved; EMPLOYMENT: Workers spared axe after buyout. 353
I pay for bedroom I cannot get into; COUNCIL: Tenant has spent 10 years paying rent on a bricked-up room. 448
I realised I was eating a whole box of chocolates by myself every single night; Jo's inspired to help others after breaking her habit and shedding four stone Fitness. 625
It was definitely a goal - Jaidi; BLUES NEWS. 252
Just relax and enjoy Europe. 150
Just reward for star youngsters. 178
Khyra mum appears in court. 157
Kickboxing: Hat-trick of titles suits Brummies. 203
Kids get a Flava of the dance; ACHIEVERS: Visit by Got Talent troupe. 264
Kids get Flava of dance. 194
Knees-up shows no respect for players. 392
Laursen: We must take it on the chin; VILLA NEWS. 292
Lawn Tennis: Huge serving of promise Spanish-style; VOLLEYS. 378
Lawn Tennis: Nadal fatigue. 110
Letter: Your Say - Eggs cause real mess. 86
Letter: Your Say - Freeview's there for pounds 20. 107
Letter: Your Say - Help for diabetes sufferers. 215
Letter: Your Say - Help to sell the poppies. 266
Letter: Your Say - Kill-joys ruin race day. 91
Letter: Your Say - No thanks, British Gas. 118
Letter: Your Say - Power to the people? 84
Letter: Your Shout - Leave Gabby alone! 488
Life goes on; The seasons are changing but darker days and longer nights don't mean you have to abandon your garden to the cold and frost. Seeds can still be sown and vegetables planted and growing your own vegetables is not only good for the environment but great for saving cash. Editor of Which? Gardening Ceri Thomas explains what you should be doing to prepare your garden. 884
Low carbon plan backed; GO GREEN: West Midlands joins national initiative. 247
Magpies Oba the moon to have Kinnear; VILLA NEWS. 186
Making a meal out of saying thanks; VETERANS: War heroes can claim a free Sunday lunch at one of 18 pubs. 330
Man charged on M6 deaths; COURT: Ex-Birmingham family victims of horror smash. 236
Manuel has a nightmare. 217
Moderation over cod liver oil any day. 516
Motor Racing: Luca anguish Down Under. 81
Motor Racing: Viewed holds Bauer charge. 80
MP tribute to 'magnificent' team. 204
My Justine's a beacon of courage, says lupus sufferer's proud mum; Illness riddle solved after woman finds she's too weak to hold new baby Health. 1033
New gay orchestra launched. 206
Nicky: We will be in title Hunt. 560
Niki was odds on to succeed! SHOWBIZ: I told everyone she'd be a star, boasts psychic. 409
Number of birds halved. 165
Obama's gran dies on eve of voting; US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS. 262
Odd material for a comic. 116
On form Bradley making a mark; BIRMINGHAM SENIOR CUP. 267
On target for new mission; School Of The Week HALL GREEN INFANT SCHOOL. 359
Our Say; BIRMINGHAM Mail. 302
Ozzy honoured as rock legend. 114
Parents hail new project. 195
Past master sinks Blues; BLUES NEWS Blues' James McFadden is challenged by Isaac Osbourne. 843
Paul Castles. 94
Pick of the day. 207
PICK OF THE DAY; Live UEFA Champions League (Sky Sports 2, 7.00pm). 105
Police hunt two thugs in hoods. 123
Police patrol hits rush-hour thieves; LOCK-UP: Motorists warned how robbers will strike on dark winter nights. 303
pounds 100m retail base 'a cert' DEVELOPMENT: No doubts despite 13-year wait. 403
Protecting your plants this winter. 204
Pudsey gets some extra spice. 110
Pupils in a blaze of glory. 162
Quality of life is helping our tots to grow taller; AskAlan YOUR CHILD HEALTH QUERIES. 342
Quiz Of The Day; The World. 112
Remember When? 1980. 142
Residents getting a poor deal - report; REPORT: Housing association under fire for bad service. 309
Residents hit by post office axe. 201
Restless kids turn to gangs; SURVEY: Lack of adult role models pushing bored youths out on to streets. 321
Result vital for entire world; US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS. 500
Revving up for new era; DEVELOPMENT: Digbeth coach station moves on. 377
Robbers caught in cross-town chase; POLICE: Masked men arrested after they try to hold up cash truck. 295
Robbo hots up Reds' attack; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 158
Rower to give tips on health. 133
Royal seal of approval for school. 144
Rugby Union: Davidson banned. 97
Rugby Union: Johnson pumps in new blood. 253
Ryan has the boss's backing; ALBION NEWS. 375
Same scene as TV pair's crash; HELICOPTER: Accident just two miles from 1988 smash. 303
Simmonds is lined up for Czech trial; BRITISH GAS BUSINESS LEAGUE. 166
Square in sweet street sounds. 102
Staff locked up in raid. 194
Star helps us see the light. 87
Stop pupils eating junk, says Balls. 193
Stunned O'Neill to reshuffle. 405
Success is the best medicine. 179
Supermarket plans are food for thought; An artist's impression of the planned rebuilt Tesco store in Brownhills. 140
Take part in cooking TV show. 207
The World: Suicide watch. 82
There are a lot of positives - Friedel; VILLA NEWS. 358
There's no pleasing some. 421
United in tackling litter louts. 213
We are a better connected family; Digital Birmingham going global looking local GRAHAM YOUNG catches up with Birmingham's digital family. 516
We are also to blame for crisis; Inside View IN ASSOCIATION WITH BARCLAYS. 289
We missed our chances; VILLA NEWS. 246
We need right delivery; BLUES NEWS. 259
We're rooting out our nation's stars; JAMAICAN PRIDE: Community celebrates the country's heroes. 384
Weary Villa out of Toon; VILLA NEWS. 886
WIN a fantastic training session with Blues and Alex McLeish. 770
WIN pounds 100 to spend at the new Rubery; Tesco Metro. 492
Wire firm's making an impact. 183
Wolves shore up defence. 320
You can count pulses towards your five-a-day; Ask Sam FOOD STANDARS AGENCY. 350
You can't put a foot wrong. 837
Young musicians tune up for Albert Hall gig. 140

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