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

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Title Author Type Words
'New' E-Type stars as classics drive in. 146
'tis why festive gnomes all have pointy hats. 1005
2 firms owe PS300k in tax. 283
33 DEALERS JAILED; Drug peddlers caged for total of 100 years in major police coup. 101
Agent: Vlaar likely to quit Villa in summer. 147
Bach Choir to celebrate with festive concerts. 289
Bees look to build after tough draw. 290
best of the rest. 385
Brewery gets back in saddle; QUICKBITES. 411
Broadway hit comes to Brum; The hit musical Jersey Boys offers an alternative to pantomimes this Christmas. ROZ LAWS finds out what's in store. Editorial 850
Brum duo hitting new heights; Tomorrow night in Dublin, Brummies Matthew Macklin, Khalid Yafai and Sam Eggington are the three main attractions on a star-studded all-action bill. Today Boxing Correspondent Ian Johnson examines the strengths, hopes and chances of Yafai and Eggington. 666
Brum's search for top burger. 233
Cancelled ops at QE jump 73pc in a year. 381
CAREERS DAY Cadbury discuss job options with GCSE students. 130
CBI is favouring cheap labour. 130
central perks. 362
CHARITY FUND. 105
CHEAPASCHIPS. 122
Christmas cheers! BRUMMIES FLOCK TO BIGGEST AND BEST GERMAN MARKET YET. 361
City's pioneering mental health training scheme goes worldwide. 213
Classic reunion for Railway star; AWARD. 144
Cliff hanging did not work for me. 122
Commemoration must be inclusive. 374
Congestion charge could finance city transport upgrade. 427
Crazy! Trucker's U-turn on motorway. 256
CROOKS WHO RAN 'TAKEAWAY DRUGS SERVICE' IN NORTH OF CITY SMASHED; Off our streets: 33 drug dealers given 100 years. 854
Cumberbatch shines in cracking wartime yarn. 527
DAILY GRIND Cafe Bebo, Paradise Place, B3 3HJ DAILY GRIND. 251
Danny does the double. 336
Deaths. 376
Detached home to become nursery. 154
England's Barkley focused on being his own man. 271
Fireworks blaze: Inquests open into men killed. 198
Firm sets up new LGA team. 142
Firms sign 'Buy Brummie' charter. 361
Fun for all the family. 534
Get all the help and advice you need at the University of South Wales information fair; Advertisement feature. 338
Getting started at Eastside Locks site. 345
GIGS OF THE WEEK. 141
Gloomy and lacklustre; BIGBITE Paul Fulford THROCKMORTON ARMS COUGHTON HILL, ALCESTER, WARWICKSHIRE, B49 5HX. 01789 766366. WWW.THETHROCKMORTON.COM VERDICT: ????? H.... Editorial 545
Good Evans! Wales call a dream for Lee. 534
Head teacher left wonderful legacy. 152
Historic pub set to reopen in new year. 470
HOLD YOUR FIRE OVER VILLA BOSS SAYS SPINK; Cut Lambert some slack, urges Spink Legend insists positive start has been by hit by injuries. 724
Hospice visits with suitcase of memories. 361
Hundreds of jobs in store with Touchwood revamp. 314
I'll sue NHS for my 'duff nose job' and blow it on a BMW; BUT MUM ANGRY AT COSTS OF SAM'S 'BIG HOOTER'. 452
Illegal immigrants leap from M6 truck. 215
Irvine hoping for window of opportunity; Irvine wants window of opportunity FROM. BACK PAGE. 546
Islamic school deal signed; SCHEME FOR FORMER IMI SITE. 372
It's a great life on the buses... 234
JLR 3-year pay offer rejected by workers. 361
Lancaster: Watson is ready to rumble. 305
Land Rover boss takes to bakery. 298
LETTER FROM THE PAST. 166
Maud celebrates 100 years - and is still going strong. 446
Memories of a great promoter; SPEEDWAY. 311
Memories of the 1962 FA Cup final. 446
Merry Merry thrill! merryhill. is 25 years old and is celebrating this weekend. ALISON JONES takes a look at some of the fashions that were trending then and still are today Merry Hill is 25 years old and is celebrating this weekend. look at some of the fashions that were trending then and still are today. 754
Military discipline 'is not the answer'. 359
Moeen: I want to be part of a fearless England side; CRICKET. 474
Mose eye Doncaster after first win boost. 420
Murray fails to serve up semi-final spot; TENNIS. 390
NATIVITY 3: DUDE, WHERE'S MY DONKEY?! (U). 257
NATIVITY PRIZES. 137
New partnership 'to speak as one'. 370
New plans after sale of Brum's landmark tower. 256
O'Neill backs Keane after hotel incident. 443
ON THIS DAY. 105
Pals battered senseless as thugs demand cash. 220
PICK OF THE COMEDY. 200
PICK OF THE SHOWS. 194
Police chief: We're working on blueprint for the future. 388
POP MUSIC Three extra Brum dates added to Take That's tour. 154
PS120k-a-year 'superhead': I deserve a wage increase. 366
Pup they nearly put down reunited with gran at last. 359
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 122
Repulsive reading on childbirth. 167
Revamped school building nets PS5.5m as market turns. 417
Ride Mail's Big Wheel and WIN first skate on ice rink. 245
Rowett to decide if Moussi is the right Guy to sign; Rowett set to decide on Moussi. 727
Safer without inept parents? 230
SHOPPING Food worth PS400 is binned every year. 174
Soap star's fighting fit as festive baddie; Coronation Street star Chris Gascoyne is going from soap to panto villain. He tells ROZ LAWS about battling addictions. 1097
Solihull firm in Evesham swoop; INSIDE BIZ. 126
sound bites. 354
Stage set for a host of festive favourites; Here's your ultimate guide to top Christmas shows in the West Midlands this year. Compiled by ROZ LAWS and CATHERINE VONLEDEBUR. 1107
Stephen's dad backing fight to beat illness. 358
Stour still hampered by injuries. 311
Tears of relief as pupils escape bus fire on motorway. 388
The Crown set to reopen its doors. 113
THE DROP (15) ..... WITH [...]. 255
The jam house; ODDBITE Graham Young VEE'S DELI 83 Vyse Street, Hockley B18 6HA WWW.VEESDELI.CO.UK VERDICT: ????? HHHHI. 318
The snow must go on if it is as good as this! 175
Them's the breaks for Joe junior; Wolverhampton's panto is keeping it in the family. ROZ LAWS meets one of its stars who is following in his famous father's injury-prone footsteps. 1146
Theo embraces skills show. 184
this week's dvds. 114
Tigers put an end to Sagbo's suffering. 268
TODAY'S QUOTES. 135
TV CHOICE. 330
TWEETS & POSTS. 320
Veterans remember with students. 366
Warm to little wonder. 559
WIN that skate - by 8pm today. 127
World Cup bids probe descends into farce.. FOOTBALL. 435
Young girls 'are at risk in Brum'. 445

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