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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (November 22, 2013)

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150 new jobs created on site of failed firm; Mail staff in Big Sleepout. 413
20mph zones 'will save lives'. 156
4TH SOLIHULL GIRLS' BRIGADE. 370
A 'Birmingham tax' to fund local services. 367
A pitched battle but it can be a beautiful game again. 575
A practice where we set highest standards and patients come first. 640
A question of female rights at work; INSIDE VIEW. 332
Act now to halt a drain on finances. 476
Adenoidal patois 'int so bostin if you want a job. 192
Albion plan talks over new deal for Clarke. 522
ALBUMS OF THE WEEK. 402
All the fun of the festive fair At. 124
An error made my life not so tweet sound bites. 1534
Another 'jumper', another dilemma. 102
Arcade extends opening hours; IN BRIEF RETAIL. 112
Back-row reshuffle forced on Umaga. 241
Bakary's back to give Kenny a huge boost; TEAM TALK. 181
Band of brothers inspired by Stones. 174
Band puts on Xmas show for hospital. 182
BBC moving more than 80 jobs to Brum. 239
BEATBULLYING'S TIPS TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CYBER-BULLYING. 161
Bees wary of a check with reality. 309
best of the rest. 445
Bill Platt, Selly Oak. 115
Bomber, 59, admits role in Real IRA barracks shootings. 254
BORE WANTS INCOME TAX FOR BRUM; City leader demands revolution in funding for local services EXCLUSIVE. 171
BORE WANTS INCOME TAX FOR BRUM; EVERY WEEK City leader demands revolution in funding for local services EXCLUSIVE. 171
Boss hoping Albion take it out on Villa; FOOTBALL. 420
Brum bassist Pegg in sale for good cause. 147
Brum's social services has 82 vacant positions to fill. 356
Burke in the swim for Pool; Injury joy for Blues star as Dudka poised. 444
Bus lanes needed to keep us moving. 267
CCTV released by cops after scalding attack. 177
CHEAPASCHIPS. 136
Chorus leader achieves fame. 602
City's online services push. 317
Coffee with the mayor. 112
Collect the vouchers and help a group near YOU. 190
Cottons sews seeds for future success. 177
Court battle in blacklist storm. 358
CRAFTY MUTHAS TOP FIVE TIPS FOR A HANDMADE CHRISTMAS. 125
DAILY GRIND. 188
DESPICABLE ME 2 (U) GRU (voiced by Steve Carell) has turned his back on skullduggery to live in unconventional domestic bliss with his girls, Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Edith Opposites attract in romantic comedy. 781
Energy waste; IN BRIEF HEALTH. 128
Ex-Wolves star told to repay PS31k drugs cash. 318
Experts' views. 153
Factory staff 'terrified' of sacked bosses - tribunal. 354
Fantastic four told to stay on the front foot; TEAM TALK. 244
Ferry rolls back the years; REVIEW. 244
FILTERING UNSUITABLE SITES; HOW TO TAKE CONTROL OF THE CONTENT THAT COMES INTO YOUR HOME. 1063
FINALAND replay MAY 9, 2012 BLUES 2 BLACKPOOL 2. 173
FIND ADVICE ONLINE. 130
Firms warned over online blackmail by cyber gangs. 342
Football club given boost in bid for a new ground. 373
Formula gone; ODDBITEGraham Young. 470
Gatecrasher's licence in doubt after rise in crime. 558
GIGS OF THE WEEK. 144
Green activists call on PM to renew pledge. 126
Groves will run for his life - Froch; BOXING. 306
had forWolves replay APRIL 8, 1989 WOLVES 2 BRENTFORD 0. 139
Helping workers of the future. 358
High-flying Bees will be a tough test; THE OPPO. 252
Hot Hollywood tunes with style; REVIEW. 231
HOT PROPERTY. 193
Hungry for more fun and games. 465
Hunt for baby Jade's mum narrowed down to 100 women. 255
Hunt for thug who battered shopper. 170
I'm wheelie not pleased with bin. 133
ILLEGAL DOWNLOADING; DO YOU KNOW HOW TO KEEP A CHECK ON WHAT YOUR KIDS SEE? 315
Illicit products 'widely on sale' across Brum. 150
Jackett is Andy's tip for the Turner prize. 500
Jacobs is ready to shine as trio look set to exit. 373
James set for tough debut test. 274
Jimmy the pass master was a Hungary pioneer; Jimmy Hogan revolutionised the game across Europe, but was ignored and unappreciated in England - except by Aston Villa. Sixty years on from a significant moment in the country's football history, Mat Kendrick celebrates a claret and blue pioneer. 1335
KEY MEN: CALLUM REILLY v TOM INCE. 326
KEY MEN: RICHARD STEARMAN v CLAYTON DONALDSON. 348
Kickboxing champ's date; IN BRIEF FESTIVITIES. 111
Legal highs like Russian roulette - drug expert. 389
LETTER FROM THE PAST. 161
Life-saving op for toddler as donor match discovered. 399
LOCAL TRENDS. 107
Lord Mayor in quiz call. 156
M6 congestion worse than ever. 244
Making hairs stand on end; From Black Country to Big Country, blues musician Joanne Shaw Taylor talks to MIKE WOOD about her musical career. 459
Massive blaze covers town in smoke. 178
Mclean's signing thrills Blues boss; He has pace, power and is terrific in the air, says excited Clark. 562
Mean thief stole dead man's ring. 138
Memories are still raw at vigil for pub bomb victims. 427
MORTGAGEEXPERT. 598
Mum facing jail for plot to kill boyfriend. 340
Ned's celebrate 25th anniversary. 212
Nixon flying with eagle. 363
of Apartheid Funny side; Comedian Trevor Noah focuses on the harsh reality of racism for his tour. He talks to ROZ LAWS. 547
ON THIS DAY. 153
On-song Moseley rested for Welsh. 429
Oral cancer: Get a check-up. 141
Parents' silent school demo. 262
PARKLAND (15). 244
People think I'm going to be like Pub Landlord ... but I'm really not. 1023
PICK OF THE COMEDY. 240
PICK OF THE SHOWS. 188
Porn sites just a click away at a city book store. 369
PREVENT ONLINE BULLYING; HE WORLD HAS BECOME A SMALLER PLACE INCE THE GROWTH OF THE INTERNET. 939
PS3.6bn debts could mean financial doom for council. 374
Public vote could seal PS50,000 for cycle plan. 347
Pupils have great chime. 696
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 114
Raise a glass to Gurt and his festive market. 460
Rover workers lose out on cash again over PS14m penalty. 505
Rugged and reliable; EDWARD STEPHENS. 619
Santa flies in to Solihull. 154
Search begins for a TeenStar. 146
Security firm in Walsall swoop; INSIDE BIZ. 135
Seven reasons why you should eat apples. 172
Smartphones help make process so smooth. 319
Soaring business tax is 'crippling city firms'. 367
SPAB'S top tips. 194
SPOT THE WARNING SIGNS; DO YOU REALLY KNOW WHO YOUR CHILDREN ARE TALKING TO ONLINE? 638
Stadium ban means Sky's the limit for Ince; THE OPPO. 237
Stephen's gone but Boyzone will always be five. 1180
Street party to encourage more bone marrow donors. 157
STREET STYLE; Elliott Mcausland is a 22-year-old student who lives in the city centre. 176
Strictly stars waltz into city. 153
Support people opposing pitch. 116
Surprise at costs of city library website. 285
Tax levy on tobacco one of highest in the world. 135
Tenants at risk of gas blasts. 158
Thanks for your generous support. 242
THE ART OF BEING BRILLIANT. 587
The battle with the feral classes. 278
The day the Kennedy Camelot legend died. 774
THE FAMILY. 246
The mothers of invention; Give handmade Christmas gifts this year. ZOE CHAMBERLAIN finds out about a group of mums who make. 823
The secret is out... Nikki's a grandstander. 133
THREE OF A KIND: HOMES WITH GARAGES. 160
Tuned in to trivial side of life. 325
TVs and turkey for buyers in Kings Norton. 581
VIP tickets worth PS300 to mixed martial arts event! i WIN. 138
Webber is ready for the end in Brazil; MOTORSPORT. 256
Weimann wants to 'steel' the points from derby rivals. 266
what is sexting? 388
Where were you? 457
Why buying illegal ciggies could be lining the pockets of criminals and terrorists. 337
Will you be sure to keep your home? 380
Win a football ground makeover. 339
Wolves boss is looking for a big response after Cup woe. 631
Workshops help kids achieve great things; HERE'S our latest column by Georgie Moseley, whose son Harry led and inspired a huge fundraising effort. Column 451
Worth the rural drive; BIGBITEPaul Fulford ANDERSON'S AT THE BULLS HEAD, STRATFORD ROAD, WOOTTON WAWEN, WARKS B95 6BD. 01564 795 803. VERDICT:. 583
X Factor touch as the new Jag F-type launches in USA. 306
Yet more demands for our money; WESAY. 164
Young guns face up to a big question. 497

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