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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (January 18, 2010)

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'Cos baby, it's cold outside; Fashion. 128
'We have to raise game' Hahnemann tells Wolves. 350
A mountain too far for Saddlers. 481
A sweet treat for Villa fans. 453
Albion bid to highlight cash plea. 164
Anger over demo. 103
Anti-Islamic demo fears. 248
Anton and Erin even better live. 159
Axe attackers on run. 233
Barnes backed for move. 177
Barnes is backed for move. 171
Be a soft touch. 161
Bees find their sting to share the spoils in West Country. 396
Big chill deaths toll fear. 165
Birmingham Magistrates. 386
Blaze family saved by cat. 407
Blazing row over fire stations axe. 554
Blues put shirt on kit deal. 231
Blues struggle to fill stadium; Your Shout. 359
Blues warm to training break. 417
Body found at Uni. 108
Body of dog under paving. 111
Brum 'has to lead way to recovery'. 436
Brummies: Why we're not glum. 402
Call made for helpers. 105
Campus deals for Turley. 127
CashSavers. 199
Champ is star turn. 452
Christie helps Lambs pass Oxford exam. 201
Claass action undoes Mose. 524
Colly attack fails to save England. 511
DEAL IS KIT OF ALRIGHT; Blues secure club's most lucrative sponsorship: Chinese kit deal. 414
Deaths link to cannabis trade. 264
DEATHS. 1212
Defenders have to learn - Hutchings. 288
Denim can be worn from top to toe OnTrend. 204
Ditch the cowboy builder and DIY it; Shopping. 766
Driver had a heart attack. 80
Driver quizzed on bus death. 355
Drug man avoids jail. 108
Extra pay bid to avoid rail chaos. 175
Fab show - Wenger. 189
Firm fined over unsafe conditions. 210
Fixture pile-up is snow joke as clubs face busy period; NON-LEAGUE By Colin Stoner. 350
Forgotten victims battle for justice; Tragic Thalidomide victims havefinally received a pounds 20 millionpay off and a belatedapologyfromthe Government.But many otherfamilies whoclaim theirlives have beenruined byanother drug onceused inpregnancy testing arestill waiting in hope plight will one daythat their be recognised by the ALISON DAYANI reports. 1144
Foster care shortage. 130
Frustration as Villa falter; Run of form is a concern. 747
Full of Eastern sales promise. 173
Gadgets Of The Week; POCKET READERS. 204
Gardner's got green light to go; Gardner could be on his way across city. 470
Going the extra mile. 122
GP shamed over drugs to relatives. 150
Greatest tests lie ahead for McCarthy's Wolves. 139
Green light for relief road. 315
Haber bag left out in the cold. 141
Handy Hints. 180
Holy day fails to deliver. 258
How Brum wrote history. 420
Hughes wants more from sloppy Saddlers. 308
Hungry Miller is raring to go. 386
Inquiry into children's service cut. 158
ISH READY TO RETURN; Striker falls in love with football all over again: Ishmael on way back. 378
It's a hard-luck story for Stour. 272
It's still up for grabs, says Robbie. 254
It's the same old story for Saddlers. 270
JCB donates two diggers. 91
Jerome is avoiding Wembley. 114
Jessica happy on home soil. 387
Jobsworth didn't help; YourSay. 236
Khan's a step nearer taking on Hatton; BOXING. 220
Kick this man out; YourSay. 100
Kraft set to raise its bid. 160
Make a diary date with Wood and Bremner; Culture Dear Diary (BBC Four, 9pm). 173
Mark wants more from his sleepy Saddlers. 310
Massive increase in UK fraud crime. 356
Maternity unit review. 96
McCarthy in a fine mess! Stearman's moment of madness proves costly. 864
More than a factory! 421
MortgageChoice. 874
Motorist caught in 40 seconds. 157
MP backs veterans bill battle. 142
Murray: I'm still a work in progress. 322
N-ice solution to a sore ankle. 142
New pounds 1bn loan fund for firms. 151
No doom and gloom, says Mick. 221
No jail for teen attacker. 139
No sanctions for overdose nurses. 482
Nurse's Haiti aid mission. 406
NURSES SO VERY SORRY... But not as sorry as the families of two patients, aged 35 and 36, given fatal drug overdoses. 105
NURSES SO VERY SORRY... But not as sorry as the families of two patients, aged 35 and 36, givenfatal drug overdoses. 106
OurSay. 340
Outcry over MP medals. 426
Pay them more; YourSay. 160
Pick of the day. 185
Players' major effort pleases O'Neill. 217
Police appeal to assault victims. 118
Political jargon a turn-off in Brum. 99
Prem fight so tight - O'Neill. 482
Proud Strauss seeks solace as Test series ends in draw. 448
QuizOfTheDay. 111
Ramsay's off on a cook's tour of India; TVChoice Gordon's Great Escape (Channel 4, 9pm). 305
Ref right to call match off - Eck. 233
Ref right to call match off - Eck; BLUES NEWS. 233
Referee Webb was in the wrong spot, moans Jones. 396
Rovers' future in hands of the FA. 326
Schwartzel wins at the double; GOLF. 180
Skipper's fair play saved Kovac from early bath. 398
Stan strikes a Savage blow. 105
Stars need help to kick the killer weed; Reality Celebrity Quitters (Five, 7.30pm). 198
Sylvan's woes will end. 235
Talented trio tinkle ivories. 458
Teachers refuse to shovel snow. 333
Tennis hub is praised. 84
to go on show. 110
Tributes pour in for dead Brit soldiers. 226
TriedAndTested; LIP BALMS. 114
Warm in the snow; REVIEWS. 315
Warnock staying positive. 249
We were poor - Hahnemann. 359
Website's hat-trick. 99
What do rangers do? YourSay. 150
Why not repair the old library? YourSay. 114
WIN your choice of top prizes. 418

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