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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (December 5, 2009)

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'Contractors to run pools' NEW BATHS: Council looking at money-saving idea. 397
1,000 mph car at NEC. 151
20 'green' buses on way. 174
350 have rough night for charity. 272
Alvechurch win sends them third in table. 114
Apprentices lend a hand. 162
Are you a lucky winner? 248
Back Beau to continue on the upgrade. 367
Beat the burglars. 148
Bell ringing out for a top night. 296
Berra happy to feel the pressure. 255
Blues to go east. 352
Bomb-sites were our playground. 966
Cameron in Afghan visit; MILITARY: Time running out for Nato, warns Tory leader. 293
Capello gets luck of draw in first round. 403
Capello gets luck of draw in first round; WORLD CUP DRAW. 403
Carlos is eager to be head boy; Popular Spanish star aims to give Villa nod in right direction. 470
Chasetown rise up to third place. 179
Chip shop is the tops. 290
Composure the key for happy Eck. 259
Cops' blitz on thieves; CRIME: Police putting the squeeze on 'fences'. 321
Crook lawyer jailed; Solicitor swindled blind widow out of pounds 90,000 Lawyer goes to prison for client swindle. 432
Curtis well on track -O'Neill. 384
Dad's cancer ordeal after hospital error; HEALTH: Bereaved man hits out at lack of apology after misdiagnosis hell. 382
Damages for Earl; TheWorld. 87
Dann: Players staying grounded. 273
DEATHS. 445
Debbie is Britain's best boss. 168
Dementia home opens to clients. 205
Di Matteo: Kids have the chance to impress. 356
Dorrans is happy at Hawthorns. 305
Driver attack: Man charged. 115
Eck: Club in a position to attract players. 289
Emile can still cut it here, says James. 269
Ex-Service Notes. 836
Festive play for children. 107
Free photo for families. 105
From a low to high note with songs from shows; REVIEW. 178
Fury at plans for ticket levy; SHOWBIZ: Producer hits out at Alexandra Theatre move. 386
Get In Touch. 85
Gino wins I'm a Celeb. 120
Gun gangster must serve 5 years in jail. 391
Harriers hope Chester survive. 196
Hartson winning cancer fight. 172
Hundreds brave cold for St Basils. 256
I blame Pope's policy; YourSay. 133
IN MEMORIAM. 478
Insult to war heroes; YourSay. 120
Irish absence is Dunne deal; Dunne: I'm over handball. 535
Johnson is desperate for goals. 357
Keep up good work, Josh told; OUR MAN AT WALSALL. 394
Keogh's hands all over deal for a No.1; NON-LEAGUE ANALYSIS. 400
Khan 'set to match Pacquiao'. 297
Kiely is eager to play on. 211
Launch of hostile bid for Cadbury. 269
Law set to take reins as skipper. 179
Lawyer jailed for swindling blind client; Lawyer gets 28 months for swindle. 333
Lee's a whistle blower; EDUCATION: Blues star Bowyer kicks off sports pitch at school. 290
Legends in anniversary fundraiser. 232
Loyalty is the key to success; Your Shout. 331
Mac hopes video nasty will inspire Wolves run. 422
Man spat in officer's face. 263
Matt and Frankie looking knockout; What a fantastic feast of boxing tonight - and Brummies are at the heart of it. In Dublin, European middleweight champion Matthew Macklin seeks to improve his rating at world level and in Newcastle Frankie Gavin wants to end a sizzling year with another victory. He is on the support bill for Amir Khan's first world title defence. IAN JOHNSON gives his assessment of all three fights. 709
McLeish: I want hard characters. 255
McLeish: I want hard characters; McLeish grateful for board's backing. 454
Megson sets sights on moving up table. 239
Mick has faith in his strikers; OUR MAN AT WOLVES. 376
Mike Leigh conjures up a feel-good-factor treat. 220
Mills steps up hunt for new striker. 173
Moors upbeat after Trophy road to hell; NON-LEAGUE ANALYSIS. 318
MP praises crooks pay back plan. 145
Nesbitt in Pics debut. 176
New bid for big screen; COUNCIL: Switch-on hope despite noise protests. 350
NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Sutton Coldfield Town [...]. 119
One goal is all we need says keeper. 318
Our Say; BIRMINGHAM Mail. 332
Parents can get inspired. 102
Peace and goodwill - for every day; Faiths IN OUR CITY. 478
Pick of the day. 168
Pick of the day. 212
Police in accident appeal. 140
Put trust in regulators to oversee hospitals; GORDON BROWN TALKS TO THE MAIL: DAY TWO. 545
QuizOfTheDay. 104
Rail-roaded again; YourSay. 180
Rapid response for mental health. 410
Reds line up move for McGrath. 236
Rob: Carson's Zoff to a flier. 436
Rocker Rod still boasts The X Factor. 324
Roms hope Chris won't hit the bar. 147
Russian stars mean Cinders has a ball; REVIEW. 200
Ruthless conmen rob woman, 99. 242
Santa treat for kids of war injured. 202
Sex-in-shed vice girl gets 3-year Asbo; Neighbours' relief at Asbo on vice girl. 479
Skidmore signs experienced duo. 174
Snape in a rally cry to Rovers fans. 296
Step back in time this Christmas. 107
Strauss: There's a lot to be proud of; ONE-DAY SERIES: Skipper hails 'big step forward' as England victorious in SA. 352
Studley left in the dark by official. 167
Super special still on duty. 326
SWIMMING: Eleanor Simmonds shattered the [...]. 91
Taundry ready to fight for shir. 280
Taylor could be back at Christmas. 149
They're doing it the Eck way; AT BLUES. 474
TheySaid. 239
Three goals not enough for the boss. 194
Today's tips to help you beat the credit crunch. 234
Todd answers Hackett's SOS; NON-LEAGUE ANALYSIS. 275
Transport info for blind people. 96
Troy striking up a useful partnership. 260
Vice girl's g 3-year Asbo; Banned from having sex in shed: Neighbours' relief at Asbo on vice girl. 512
Victory for Victorian Villa hero. 215
Villa are good bet for final. 635
Was Red Robbo really to blame? YourSay. 163
WeekAhead. 111
Woman falls from window. 124
Woof justice as pups cut to five. 161
World of fashion marches on NEC; CLOTHES SHOW: Celebrities take to catwalk to launch six-day extravaganza. 317
Young thanks practice pals; OUR MAN AT VILLA. 390
Your Page. 128
Your Stars. 562

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