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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (February 14, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
& Corrections clarifications. Correction notice 162
'Burning cash' to stay warm. 202
'Taking bars off jail windows will slash offending'. 418
2-4-6-8 is a hit. 460
A case of art imitating life; Actress Martina Laird tells ROZ LAWS about leaving her homeland to further her career. 641
A valuable lesson in life from 'poor' old Violet Baker. 272
ALBUMS OF THE WEEK; reviews: Mark Edwards, Michael Lee Bell, Tom White, Mike Fletcher, Simon Harker and Daren Francis. 604
All the fun of the fair for brides to be. 126
Awards shortlist for Law Society. 364
best of the rest. 444
Blues still no nearer to buyout. 467
Boy of 16 arrested after bookies armed raid. 172
Bringing worldwide fashion to the city. 839
Brum's close encounter! 396
buzz beauty. 185
Car-jacker robbed OAP, 80, as he took her on terror ride. 347
Cautious Kenny keeping his feet on the ground. 326
CCTV appeal as police hunt pair in pub assault. 121
central perks. 220
Child diet 'not hit' by income. 143
City democracy is PC gone mad. 145
Clark demands an end to St Andrew's hoodoo; TEAM TALK. 231
Climate change threatens food. 146
Community stalwart dies; IN BRIEF. 170
Cops hunt for dealer hiding out in Holland. 353
Creating crafty ideas. 547
Cruel irony of Dunlop Motorsport; INSIDE VIEW. 377
Cut overseas aid and help Britain. 148
Cutbacks yet we can spend on HS2. 103
DAILY GRIND Delice De France, New Street Station, Stephenson St B2 4BL. 192
Dee-licious irony of life on Benefits St. 116
Destined for stardom. 584
Double your salary and buy a home. 294
Driver stole PS5,000 of Tescos vouchers; MAN WAS MEANT TO DESTROY CLUBCARD COUPONS. 390
Elysse Darby, 19, works in a bar and lives in Birmingham; STREET STYLE. 172
Em so nearly a gem; Emyr Huws - the one that got away... 503
Ex-Baggies ace hits back of the net for charity; MARKUS DONATES ENTIRE CONTENTS OF HIS HOUSE AS HE MOVES OUT OF UK. 462
Female serial killer will not reveal motives, says expert. 209
Fifty Shades 'most popular'. 173
Fired up despite plug gap; REVIEW FoalsO2 ACADEMY, BIRMINGHAM. 202
Flans for memories Tiswas; A children's TV show has inspired a new comedy,. 851
Forget a currency union, warns Osborne. 202
Froch and Groves set to settle their differences; BOXING. 252
Glow for a fresh lookin spring; Give your cosmetics kit a spring clean. LISA HAYNES unveils the looks to give your beauty regime a lift. 695
Good friends the secret to a long life, says Lilian, 101. 351
Great escape as tree smashes bridal shop. 769
Health and safety nonsense at GP's. 212
Heat is on for young chef in Roux contest. 233
Helping school take a turn for the better. 930
HER (15). 281
History of war made in paper. 132
Homeserve fine tycoon says sorry. 344
HUSBAND FAKED ROBBERY AFTER PAWNING WIFE'S RING; He gambled away money on scratchcards EXCLUSIVE. 138
HUSBAND FAKED ROBBERY AFTER PAWNING WIFE'S RING; He gambled away money on scratchcards. 507
Investigating police complaints; LETTER FROM THE PAST. 108
Jamie in bid to revive his flagging career. 584
Jewellery Quarter set for PS2m boost. 343
Jon vows not to come up short in the 500m; WINTER OLYMPICS. 410
Just what have the police got to hide? 582
Kenny wants a Whopper from Big Mac. 783
Label firm sews up rescue deal; INSIDE BIZ. 127
Legends playing golden oldies. 339
LEGO of reality and enjoy. 504
Lesley's Hot new tour has got legs; Actress Lesley Joseph talks Dorien, dieting and HD with ROZ LAWS. 959
Let the fun begin! 1187
Maggs forced into Mose juggling act. 486
Man charged after drug find. 140
Marc aiming to give boss a dilemma; Marc lets his football do the talking. 553
Marching to a different beat; Strictly star Craig Revel Horwood tells ROZ LAWS about blowing his own trumpet. 946
Martin cool on fixture congestion. 273
Martin: I won't blow it at Blues; Aaron's aiming to make most of opportunity It's a real privilege to be here, says defender. 533
MP joins parents' battle for fair deal on holidays. 395
National recognition for Saltley School; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 536
Newly-installed 'smart' M6 opens at end of the month. 384
Norovirus shuts hospital wards. 161
OAPs warned of 'courier con' as PS10,000 stolen. 302
Outcry at uni decision to suspend protest students. 318
Pensioner killed in storms is named. 236
Police Fed reform is vital following 'plebgate' - MP. 329
Poorly children benefit from Guide group work. 164
Power to increase sales. 651
Praise for fire crews after dogs rescued. 190
Proper Pub Food star's dinner date. 200
PS1 ticket to ride for city children with grandparents. 140
Pub regulars get together to help Kenzy sleep tight. 372
Rockers of forty-tued; Rebel drummer Jet Black shows no sign of slowing down at the age of 75. He talks to MARTIN HUTCHINSON about his band The Stranglers. 599
Saido confident Albion will survive final cut; Saido focus on Albion's Prem battle. 448
Salsa film has saucy language. 448
Same again as boss eyes a high five; TEAM TALK. 243
Sex offender jailed for taking kids to Scotland. 147
Sit back and relax on a fascinating rail adventure; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 291
Six new arrests in drugs raids. 131
Snow doubt who's having fun outdoors. 114
sound bites? with alan poole. 363
Stand up for our local libraries. 224
Stars of Benefits Street charged with conspiracy to supply crack. 245
Stour desperate to face the Lions roar. 220
Strip boost for girls team. 130
Strip club is rejected over fears for area's 'dynamics'. 408
Sugababe in at the deep end. 947
Super Samir fires Baggies to victory; NORWICH U21 0 ALBION U21 1 Paddy Davitt. 197
Take a trip on Thomas; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 256
There'll always be a need, just don't overdo it; FACTFILE. 111
Time to take stock of a milestone year; BOLLYWOOD. 719
Tinie is hitting Dizzee heights; Tinie Tempah talks tours, tracks and talent with MARION MCMULLEN. 993
Tom aiming to leap back to big time; ATHLETICS. 472
Travis - my year and a half of hell. 436
Tributes to uni professor and protest leader. 284
Troughton forced to go under the knife; CRICKET. 170
Tune in to the B,B&C. 180
TV's glib reports on the flooding. 102
Two ends of the housing ladder separated by nearly PS900,000; Prices at top of Midlands house price league are 32 times those at bottom. 756
Vice chancellor to leave uni in 2015. 413
Villa can help Gary pick up the pieces. 551
Vision of new Snobs revealed. 429
Walk the lines; Upright or vertical, for yourself or for your home, EMMA JOHNSON finds the right stripes. 198
Warwick remains at the races. 311
We see through crocodile tears. 117
What's all the drama? 466
Who's been taken for a mug on TV's Benefits Street? 845
Why stop at smoking in cars? 159
Woakes is in the wickets. 340

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