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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (May 31, 2013)

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'Dragons' hit Levi backs business stars of future. 340
500 jobs in PS50m plans for Mailbox. Letter to the editor 325
750 make claims against city road firm for damage. 339
Ahoy there, Tinkerbell. 113
ALBUMS OF THE WEEK; reviews: Paul Cole and Andrew Carless. 558
All smiles and great service; ODDBITE. 515
Appeal over PS6,000 bikes stolen from garden shed. 141
April's evil killer to spend rest of life behind bars. 489
Arts festival set for return for 20 days. 108
Asian awards for women; INSIDE VIEW. 262
Back to the future; Take inspiration from a bygone era with some of these retro-style favourites, writes EMMA JOHNSON. 314
Ballet season starts with popular show. 144
BEST OF REST. 113
best of the rest. 459
Billy Joel set for Brum. 159
Blues are helping to heal Matt's wounds; THE BIG INTERVIEW In yesterday's exclusive interview with our man GREGG EVANS, Blues defender Mitch Hancox revealed how he was planning to join the Army until his older brother was shot while on patrol in Afghanistan. Today, Matthew Hancox explains how he is using sport - and his love of Blues - to get his life back on track. 1224
Boating heroes are honoured. 172
Breast best in battle to beat childhood obesity; OVERWEIGHT KIDS LINKED TO LOW LEVELS OF MUMS FEEDING IN BRUM. 470
Brum drug baron wanted by Russia; JAILED IN PANAMA HELLHOLE, CRIMINAL PLEADS TO FACE TRIAL IN UK EXCLUSIVE He fears he will be spirited away to Chechnya and lost forever...' BRUM BORN AND BRED, LEO MORGAN'S LUCK RAN OUT ON A FARM IN PANAMA. NOW A WORSE FATE AWAITS. 1011
BYZANTIUM (15) A MOTHER [...]. 298
Cancer fighter Lucy's running to help others. 322
CCTV clue in PS10,000 city store sting. 235
Celebrating century of Hindu film-making. 738
central perks. 140
CHEAP AS CHIPS. 118
Cocaine found in meat patties. 182
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 182
Curve appeal; NEW NIGHTCLUB OPENS IN BRUM... FOR BIG GIRLS! 353
DAILY GRIND Coffee Lounge, 10-11 Navigation St Birmingham B2 4BS. 187
deaths. 1317
Demand strong for rental homes. 141
Disease sparks fears for trees. 106
Djokovic hopes preparation pays off; TENNIS. 231
Drop top full of tricks; EDWARD STEPHENS. 604
Edgbaston will shine as host - Povey; CRICKET. 290
England put the Kiwis on a red alert; CRICKET. 289
England urged to come out of Hyde-ing; RUGBY. 272
Excited band win chance to support rock legends. 378
Fear for Dunlop staff as factory site sold to JLR; 180 workers still in dark over firm's future. 324
Fear over new high street rules; 'Bookies and payday loan firms' threat. 407
Formula 1 British Grand Prix 2013. 108
German bomber homes in; Salvaged plane set to be rebuilt in Midlands museum. 325
Get snapping, kids, and help out the RSPCA. 104
Gethin takes big-fight inspiration from Froch; BOXING. 405
GIGS OF THE WEEK. 148
Grow your veg - for free. 113
Harris is all revved up for Cardiff showdown; SPEEDWAY. 389
HEADLINES. 487
Helen runs for Brutus and friends. 153
Hogg handed Warriors job; RUGBY. 140
HOT PROPERTY. 207
Hughes: I'll show them. 301
Hunt is on for our Baby of the Year. 589
I didn't mince my words at festival! 670
In at Deep end; MUSIC. 553
in memoriam. Obituary 115
India tragedy girl 'had infection around brain'. 330
It's time we started to support our own. 203
Jon's got the moves like Jagger; Bon Jovi have performed more that 2,700 concerts in more than 50 countries for more than 35 million fans. MARION MCMULLEN catches up with singer Jon Bon Jovi to find out how he still inspires generations of rock fans. 1467
Just doing their job... ask the agent by Derek Abbott FRICS, of Hollier Browne Chartered Surveyors (members of TEAM). 369
Kids set for their own TV drive-in. 153
Last night wristband mix-up spoiled Pride; VIEWS. 375
Lee looking to beef up Blues boys. 379
Let's do lunch! 1122
LETTER FROM THE PAST. 156
Library incompetence; VIEWS. 130
Lions chief is keeping his options open; RUGBY. 280
Lukaku lays it on line for Chelsea boss; FOOTBALL. 305
Maddy fires Bears to winning ways; CRICKET. 465
Man awakes from coma after smash. 141
Maroon 5 reschedule Brum gig. 237
Marriage not about kids; VIEWS. 258
Moody Blues in a happy place; After over 40 years as guitarist, Justin Hayward says the band are as passionate as ever to entertain the fans. MARTIN HUTCHINSON reports. 538
More pictures of the pooches you dote on... 125
MORTGAGE EXPERT. 712
Music will always be my life; MUSIC. 1212
N-ice time to say goodbye; Torvill and Dean are bringing the Dancing On Ice tour to Birmingham for the final time next year. ROZ LAWS hears about their love for the city at the end of an era. 446
NIGHTLIFE; OUT ON THE TOWN: SPOTTED MEET BRUM''S PARTY PEOPLE... Win night out on the town! 151
No mercy for the fanatics of all colours. 919
ON FACEBOOK. 187
on this day in sport... 145
ON TWITTER. 142
One to leave at the altar. 443
OUR TOP 5... COCKTAIL BARS. 226
Piano man Joel chooses Brum; sound bites / POP GOSSIP WITH ALAN POOLE. 351
PICK OF THE COMEDY. 236
Picture house memories; VIEWS. 112
Police hunt driver who fled. 150
POPULAIRE (12A) ONE OF [...]. 294
PROPERTY OF THE WEEK: MOSELEY. 421
Pub shooting: Murder cops hold suspect. 151
Push for PS1bn to fund city housing. 324
QUICK BITES. 182
Quids in after 99p store relaunch. 101
Rugby star backing for Land Rover. 321
School of rock; Judas Priest star creates The Future of Heavy Metal in Midlands. 354
Selective censoring; VIEWS. 101
Skipper is a Wright-off for Himley; B'HAM LEAGUE CRICKET. 247
SOUNDING OFF... ONLINE. 180
STREET STYLE; Thomas Matthews, aged 17, a fashion student at South and City College, is from Shropshire. 187
Survivor of crash helps his rescuers. 316
Taking to bandstand. 129
Terrace is the city''s new dining hotspot; BIGBITE. 573
The life and times of Led Zep driving force Bonzo; He was dubbed the "godfather" of rock drumming and he would have been 65 today. To mark the date, the Mail looks at the colourful life of Led Zeppelin legend John Bonham - through the eyes of his kid brother Mick. 760
THE MAIL ONLINE. 115
THE MAIL'S TOP TIPS. 143
Things that go bump on the stage; The romantic and spooky Ghost The Musical is soon to be haunting Midland theatres, as ROZ LAWS discovers. 1062
This was not justice. Luke never stood a chance of getting off; CRETE KILLING VERDICT: FATHER CLAIMS HIS SON WAS FRAMED FOR DEATH OF GIRLFRIEND - BY INTERNET TROLLS. 994
THREE OF A KIND: NEW HOMES. 224
Tonev an early target for Villa. 316
Tonev might need to tone up for Villa. 427
Wardrobe wars; Would you let your partner choose your clothes for you? ZOE CHAMBERLAIN put a couple from Knowle to the test. 1021
Warming up to have fun on the run. 164
Watchdog's probe into crash claims. 145
Water giant cautious on takeover bid. 103
West Mids cops are told to axe foreign cars and buy British. 350
WIN tickets to Reading Festival. 399
Witnesses plea to footpath attack. 102
Wolves hope Jackett fits for manager's hot-seat. 262
Woman clung on to car to thwart thief. 294
Woman was harassed for seven hours. 308
Woman who turned to drugs jailed. 242
Workers' alert on power tools. 295
Worlds apart from Hollywood; Bryn Terfel has played the greatest opera houses in the land, but is heading home for four music specials. MARION MCMULLEN reports. 574
Yacob deal was done by book, insist Baggies. 176
your notice board. 319
Yu bids to buy Blues; Former vice-chairman has talks with Yeung EXCLUSIVE. 531

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