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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (September 3, 2009)

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'Blonde moment' YourSay. 88
6 months to repair stairlift! COUNCIL: Wheelchair-bound pensioner marooned upstairs in her own home. 343
A bright future starts right here. 535
A global problem; YourSay. 188
A shock to the heart; HEALTH: Baggies have trained 11 staff to use a life-saving defibrillator. 292
A true wartime hero; YourSay. 197
AAT can open up a world of opportunity; Advertisement feature. 211
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 86
Aimee's radio daze! ENROLMENT SPECIAL. 431
Albion player on assault charge. 281
Albion star on assault charge; Albion player on assault charges. 281
All aboard for history lessons. 123
Angela's new career really lifting off. 290
Ashley Blake: My charity theft shame; CITY FINAL: EXCLUSIVE. 170
Ashley Blake: My charity theft shame; EXCLUSIVE. 170
Ashley Blake: My charity theft shame; EXCLUSIVE. 162
Award joy for graduate. 142
Back to big bands era. 100
Bank on plain, quality ingredients well served; RestaurantSpy LA BANCA 1896 PERSHORE ROAD, KINGS NORTON. 0121 459 2204. 527
Bankers turning to eBay for new jobs. 190
Bell warns of Oz onslaught. 394
Bid to curb disorder. 210
Birmingham Magistrates. 333
Blaze honour is in the post; ROYAL MAIL: Stamps spotlight part-time firefighters' bravery. 312
Bolt happy to go long; GOLDEN LEAGUE: World record holder to concentrate on the 200 metres. 351
Bolt's incredi-Bull, says mum. 107
Bookies are braced for Fallon fever; RACING. 326
Bracken: England fired up. 219
Brown's pledge to jobless youngsters; EMPLOYMENT: Vow for 85,000 jobs and training chances for under 24s. 320
Brum rider's Ace move. 296
Cable thieves cut villagers' BT link; CRIME: Residents and businesses lose phone and internet as copper gangs strike. 405
Cadbury ballot for strike action; REVOLT: Confectionary supplies could be hit by row over pay deal. 359
Cadbury ballot for strike action; REVOLT: Confectionery supplies could be hit by row over pay deal. 359
Cadbury strike threat. 121
Camerata returns. 88
Car market set for sales boost. 175
CCTV 'vital' in fighting crime; SECURITY: Police insist cameras are not a waste of money. 382
Celebs' screen test; Quiz As Seen on TV (BBC One, 8.30pm). 164
Cup tie in date switch. 161
Curious case of a terrorist set free. 432
Darling in plea on spending. 210
DEATHS. 1657
Defoe: I had no doubts. 242
Delph not risked for Under-21s. 214
Dine with danger and Adie at The George. 176
Dining on Sunday in a stately style. 224
Dorrans relishes tough challenge. 441
Dorrans up for challenge; Championship stage perfect for midfielder: Dorrans up for challenge. 437
Dunne delight at Villa switch; But pounds 6m defender takes swipe at City: Dunne's delight at move. 572
Dunne delight at Villa switch; But pounds 6m defender takes swipe at City: Dunne's delight at move. 583
Dunne's delight at move to Villa. 435
Eck shocked by Liam recovery. 324
Eck's awe at Liam's recovery. 305
Engaging with the enemy. 346
English wine is fizzing. 392
ENROLMENT SPECIAL. 361
Estate gets centrepiece; AMENITY: New pounds 2m community centre 'a godsend'. 342
Family fun day has a serious work aim. 403
Federer's put to early test. 482
Final images of murdered Stacey; CRIME: CCTV footage shows girl shopping with killer in service station. 381
Fireworks at stately home. 171
Flasher hunt. 214
Former champs through. 196
Garden ruined by cats; YourSay. 195
Go-ahead for bonfire night fun. 101
GP touched by horrors; HEALTH: City doc provides medical aid in Rwanda. 351
Guiding light... for 100 years; YourSay. 262
HARBORNE FISH BAR, WAR LANE, HARBORNE; CheapAsChips. 116
Hit streets to aid collection. 201
Hotel plan for former cinema site. 182
Howard first up at college's new block. 242
Hunt for old friends; YourSay. 84
Hurt builder passed out of window. 145
I was a Lozells boy, one of six, the class joker who turned to a life of petty crime. 1529
I was a Lozells boy, one of six, the class joker who turned to a life of petty crime. 1965
Ideas sought to run library. 110
Ingredient OfThe Week; Give garnish a healthy kick. 164
It's the shake of things to come; Recipes. 1026
James is back in classroom at 82. 382
Jean Reynolds dies, aged 61; OBITUARY: Cancer returns to claim the life of renowned sportswoman. 450
Jobless support. 100
Keep bingo tax down; YourSay. 172
Killers of teenager had two weapons; CRIME: Police issue fresh appeal a year on from tragic city shooting. 378
Larsson: This time Blues can survive; Seb happy at strength of squad at St Andrew's. 566
Larsson: This time Blues can survive; Seb happy at strength of squad at St Andrew's. 565
Late start at school; YourSay. 202
LetterOfTheWeek. 106
Loves is a many splendoured thing; Canal bridge leads to a taste of things to come. 1047
McEvoy back on home turf. 832
McEvoy back on home turf; Copt Heath are hosting this year's Birmingham Mail Champion of Champions Tournament and here Peter McEvoy, who cut his golfing teeth at the club before going on to become Britain's best amateur of modern times, takes PETER RICKETTS on a whistle-stop tour of the course and the old days... 783
Meal had a few hairy moments; PubGrub THE BOOT INN, BIRMINGHAM ROAD, MAPPLEBOROUGH GREEN. 369
Mercy dash after pool collapse. 99
More dog bins needed; YourSay. 320
Murray plans to exploit Capdeville's weaknesses. 453
National Express: pounds 765m bid. 214
Nervy wait for Hutchings. 320
New home for glass centre. 311
New website is a sure way to help; CHARITY: Insurance customers can boost the Birmingham Mail Trust's grants. Website overview 370
NHS 'needs to cut 10pc of workforce'. 257
On course for plastering. 83
On course to boost your CV. 132
OurSay; BIRMINGHAM Mail. 349
Paris needs buddy for life stateside; FriendlyFire. 137
Pear appeal in a glass. 98
Pick of the day. 172
Police get new leads in driver murder hunt. 286
Police search finds body. 204
Police taunted in call from cabbie's 'killer'. 279
pounds Abroad. 83
pounds Abroad. 83
pounds Abroad. 85
Price of enjoying triumph; Inside View. 306
Pursuing personal development by achieving the best; Advertisement feature. 609
Queens of clean are back; TVChoice HOW CLEAN IS YOUR HOUSE (Channel 4, 8pm). 344
QuizOfTheDay. 110
RememberWhen? 1997 Email your nostalgia pictures for this daily feature to mypictures@birminghammail.net. 137
Reserves let victory slip away. 187
Return for job club. 120
Riddle of bracelet. 101
Ross run king for Black Caps. 151
Ross run king for Black Caps. 144
Sam Derby deal hit the buffers. 362
School showcase for artistic talent. 285
Scout group prepares for a 40th birthday reunion. 131
Scrappage helps car sales bounce back. 186
Scrooges on Blues' board; Your Shout. 451
Serena's too powerful for Czink. 122
Shamed Quins get 'okay' for cup entry; RUGBY UNION. 312
Skipper gets his ton at last. 426
Skipper gets his ton at last; Bracken: England fired up. 643
Skipper's fears for build-up. 235
Spotlight on lack of trust in senior managers. 223
Students drawn to BCU. 249
Suspensions at food firm; STRIKE: Staff walkout in support of colleague. 303
Swedish link aims to boost business; CHAMBER: Initiative seeks to build on historic ties to forge new partnerships. 311
Tammy passes. 335
Tea dance lives again; NOSTALGIA: Fundraiser for troops rolls back years. 322
Teenage victim of assault speaks out. 482
The day that war broke out; The sun was shining brightly in Birmingham when Neville Chamberlain addressed the nation just after 11am on Sunday September 3, 1939 to say: "I have to tell younow... that this country is at war with Germany". It was a moment Brummies would never forget, as Sophie Cross reports. 961
The very model of a medieval... 123
Thickness key to marinating times; Tipping's Tips. 141
Thugs spark blast fears. 106
Time to get on course for success at SBC. 231
Time to kick out football's drama queens; Roger's RANT. 379
Top trio proving it's never too late to learn new skills; BOURNVILLE COLLEGE: Advertisement feature. 525
Trevor's wrist is holding him back. 362
Trevor's wrist is holding him back; GOLF. 362
Trip widens horizons. 381
Twin support for research. 372
Umbrella pole used after trouble at pub. 223
Weekend blast into past. 140
Weird shapes fly around night sky; UFOs: Chinese-style paper lanterns blamed for strange orange orb sightings. 410
Westwood century puts Bears in the driving seat. 390
Westwood century puts Bears in the driving seat. 393
Why Nicky loan deal collapsed. 422
Windfall boost to help folk find work. 184
Woman's body found near car. 132
X-Factor boy band flops vow to be back next year. 114
Your career is over, says judge. 215
YourStars WITH CLAIRE PETULENGRO. 563

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