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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (October 4, 2013)

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'Angry' dad caused fatal injuries to his baby daughter. 310
'Lock-snap' gang banged up after burglary spree. 310
11,000 council staff in line for cash windfall; AGREEMENT OVER EQUAL PAY FOR WORKERS. 363
16 years for paedo scout leader who raped a boy. 238
1p a drink leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. 804
1p-a-drink club survives after spate of violence. 404
2013 64 Final should be a classic, predicts Tai; NIGEL PEARSON SPEEDWAY. 309
A great way to pro_cee'd. 592
Actor has his day in court; Martin Shaw and Robert Vaughn talk to ROZ LAWS about juries and justice. 888
Albion lay foundations for a solid season; LATEST NEWS Albion have got basics right again. 457
ALBUMS OF THE WEEK. 525
Appeal for TA recruits. 126
ask the agent. 369
Bag snatcher, 37, guilty of killing mum near home; Robber broke woman's hip as she neared door. 332
Band is seeking new players. 168
Bees ready to Vent at Luctonians. 302
Bell's eager to give the Bears Twenty20 boost. 602
best of the rest. 451
Better equipped for cold blast of winter. 481
Boozy students left with PS2,000 bar bill. 352
Boss keeps an eye on the market; LATEST NEWS. 239
Boss: Blues will not rest on laurels; TEAM TALK. 277
Brum food scene rated 'world class' MICHELIN GUIDE EDITOR PRAISES RESTAURANTS. 355
Canal restoration 'not viable', says developer; NOT ENOUGH MONEY TO FULLY REHABILITATE PS100M SELLY OAK SITE. 540
Cathedral year of celebrations ends in a 'wow'. 390
CENTRAL PERKS. 175
Chamberlain was a naive but noble man. 352
CHEAP AS CHIPS; CLASSIC FISH BAR & KEBAB HOUSE 300 Haunch Lane, Kings Heath B13 0QS Verdict:. 118
City-centre flats in demand. 175
Clockwork orange; THE CLOCK CAFE 1 CHATHAM ROAD, NORTHFIELD B31 2PH. Tel 0121 477 7266. VERDICT:. 514
COMEDY FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS. 226
Connor powers to a top boxing title. 340
Copper surfaces in hospitals 'key' to tackling super-bugs. 178
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 184
Council staff broke away as cuts loomed; EDUCATION SERVICE QUIT THE LOCAL AUTHORITY TO GO IT ALONE. 331
Crocuses to mark success of polio cases dropping. 173
Cruel to be kind; Lee's tough love pays off for youngsters. 468
DAILY GRIND; Meal Deal 110 New St, Birmingham. 195
Daring to be different; The Fierce Festival returns this weekend after shuffling back in the calendar. GRAHAM YOUNG reports. Calendar 336
Director of CBSO to leave. 412
Do you know a local hero? 281
Doyle's back in the attack for Wolves; TEAM TALK. 246
Drawing on life's mistakes; Called "the next big thing" by Michael McIntyre, comedian James Mullinger is among the stars appearing at this year's Birmingham Comedy Festival. He talks to ROZ LAWS about feminism and his love of Kate Winslet. 814
Duo's fitness could dictate the system; TEAM TALK. 252
Economic bonanza for Black Country. 453
Ex-nurse is appointed city coroner; OFFICIAL BEGAN CAREER AT THE QE. 370
FAILED BY EVERYONE; Inquiry into death of tragic two-year-old Keanu Williams, killed by his mother, found: Hospital, nursery and social work staff all knew he had suffered bumps, bruises and burns in his short life ? 'Significant' number of social work and health staff sacked or disciplined ? Agencies were too keen to believe mother, who had been in care herself. 1104
Fasteners' firm booms. 156
Film composer goes for a Burton! Prolific composer Danny Elfman heads to Birmingham for a rare show. He tells ROZ LAWS how he's finally ready to conquer his stage fright. 1088
FLASHBACK; April 2, 2011 BLUES 2 BOLTON 1. 150
FLASHBACK; April 24, 1971 ALBION 2 ARSENAL 2. 139
FLASHBACK; December 30, 2008 HULL 0 VILLA 1. 147
FLASHBACK; May 14, 1987 COLCHESTER 0 WOLVES 2. 166
FORM BOOK. 118
FORM BOOK. 113
Future talks at roadshow; RUGBY. 144
George has another go at welfare. 169
Gift fair in memory of schoolgirl. 150
GIGS OF THE WEEK. 152
Great to see dad's LETTER. 172
Headteacher quits as SATs results probed; EDUCATION: SHOCKRESIGNATIONSAT'OUTSTANDING'SCHOOL EXCLUSIVE. 191
Headteacher quits as SATs results probed; EDUCATION: SHOCKRESIGNATIONSAT'OUTSTANDING'SCHOOL EXCLUSIVE. 522
Help community groups get their share of PS25,000; BONUS TOKENS IN THE MAIL ... DON'T MISS IT! 20 TOMORROW. 190
Help local PDSA get PS50,000 cash boost. 153
Highlights. 147
HOT PROPERTY. 209
I proclaim this a total success; SUNSHINE ON LEITH (PG). 412
I'm shocked by Taser idealists. 195
It's confession time after my food binge. 419
It's hooray for Henry; Winger is looking forward to having a free role again. 493
Jailed hoax bomb caller 'wanted to go to prison'. 196
Jeetan wins two awards. 323
JJUSTINTimberlake and Runner goodies Deep sea 3D drama is just a bit shallow; competitionBOLLYWOOD. 699
Jongleurs' new 'sold-out shows' website storm; COMEDY CLUB CLOSED DOWN SIX WEEKS AGO. 347
KC spell gave Guzan one Hull of a start! 512
KEY MEN: CHRIS BURKE v TIM REAM. 156
KEY MEN: CLAUDIO YACOB v AARON RAMSEY. 170
KEY MEN: CURTIS DAVIES v RON VLAAR. 212
KEY MEN: FREDDIE SEARS v SAM RICKETTS. 172
Lambert: I have total trust in Christian; LATEST NEWS Benteke to decide on his fitness Villa boss will let striker decide if he is fit for World Cup duty. 491
Lantern walk will light way for hospice. 110
Laugh with Lockers. 128
Led Zep star's sister on rise. 379
LETTER FROM THE PAST; Rubery is a lovely area. 156
Lucy channels energy into marathon swim. 421
Mack at festival offering funnies for all the family. 220
Macmillan coffee morning gets a cash boost from America. 251
Maggs hopes Mose make a few points. 364
Many dead as migrant boat capsizes in horror blaze; ITALY. 144
Memorial garden opens for Christina. 155
Midlands vegan takes on Macca. 148
Mixing old with the new. 112
Modern ambulance hub 'crucial' to response times. 169
MORTGAGE EXPERT. 490
New play addresses issues surrounding racism. 110
Nothing doing with takeover yet, says Clark; LATEST NEWS We won't lose focus, says Clark. 575
ON TWITTER. 143
Options for Clarke - but no Sinclair; TEAM TALK. 247
Paper makes apology as Miliband vents fury; DAILY MAIL ROW. 221
PCSOs given extra powers. 165
Peakies weren't all bad. 223
PICK OF THE COMEDY. 236
PICK OF THE SHOWS; THE SLEEPING BEAUTY. 234
Playing to a city that has real status. 795
Positively inspired by Muppets. 360
Project's year of art celebrated. 158
PROPERTY OF THE WEEK. 368
PS58,000-a-day in profit for council services firm. 406
Purveyor of the absurd; Described as 'a force of nature', award-winning Canadian comic Tony Law opens the Birmingham Comedy Festival. He talks to Roz Laws. 420
QUICK BITES. 190
Radioactive load safe after M6 lorry crash. 158
Range Rover to go electric with Evoque models; Carmaker hedges bets with PS16m project. 490
Rates freeze 'chaos' claims; CALL BUSINESS EDITOR JON GRIFFIN ON 0121 234 5670. 310
Recycling centres set for closure. 138
Retirement paradise opens doors; PS40m city 'village' with 240 homes. 429
Roy has faith in under-fire Hart. 468
Russell's not the Messiah... ..he's a very naughty boy. 475
Sako future a dilemma for Jackett. 505
Second venue is simply first-rate; PURNELL'S BISTRO, 11, Newhall Street, Birmingham, B3 3NY. 0121 200 1588 www.purnellsbistro-gingers.com VERDICT:. 490
sound bites. 344
SOUNDING OFF... ONLINE; David Cameron's speech. 300
Starved boy died in house of horror. 467
Stepping out on tour. 753
Stour facing sterner test. 150
Style show boosts visitors by 35%. 157
Summit held to discuss fatal stabbings in city. 453
Take a fresher look at Brum; As thousands of university students arrive in the city this month, University of Birmingham politics student SAMUEL DIX offers his own advice on what to do and where to go in Birmingham. 1091
Takeover is clouded in confusion. 489
Teen denies park murder. 116
The fashion bible! 388
THE WISH LIST - HOW YOU CAN HELP. 283
THREE OF A KIND FOUR BEDROOMS. 193
Time for ministers to sort out this mess. 301
Tom pulls the strings for Hull; THE OPPO. 219
Troubled Bolton hope trio bring improvement; THE OPPO. 219
Two seriously hurt in crash. 111
Two ways to observe faith. 126
United boss is being Dunne in by injury concerns; the oppo. 198
University in cancer study. 125
Villa target another Tiger feat with a triple triumph. 553
We'll march on Downing Street to fight for unit; POPULAR HISTORIC ARMY REGIMENT TO CLOSE. 487
Wenger defies his critics; THE OPPO. 226
Worshippers in row over 10ft temple statue. 456

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