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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (July 28, 2016)

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'He was such a loving, loyal, humble guy. We're all broken'. 246
'I've missed too much football at Villa - now I want to play'. 543
1,000 join Brum's Pokewalk; new game craze taking city by storm. 260
48 hours BIRMINGHAM HOT LIST YOUR NEXT. 312
A whisker from tragedy... lucky bobby the cat survives 60degc spin in washing machine. 346
ALBUM REVIEWS. 335
ALSO SHOWING. 328
An alchemy of cocktails. 538
BEST OF THE BOX. 181
BEST OF THE REST. 388
Biker was thrown 200 feet in horror high-speed smash. 473
Billion pound boost over last decade. 282
Blues snap up ex-Reds defender. 265
Caribbean party time! 373
Chinese real estate giant now linked with Baggies. 548
Church leaders defend letting travellers camp in Bournville. 474
Clubs nurture talent and are backbone of grassroots sport. 633
Coates: Saido still on Stoke shopping list. 179
Don determined to make the most of his second chance. 1023
Dreamland for wine connoisseurs. 468
Eating balti could help to combat CANCER. 415
Election key to question. 289
Fire blast at Brum home: Police begin arson probe; RESIDENTS FORCED OUT OF HOMES AFTER EXPLOSION. 346
First CBEEBIES Land Hotel at Alton Towers. 191
FUNKY DORY; Pixar revisits its early classic's characters ....with spectacularly entertaining results. 324
Hain on top form again but Bears fail to fend off Durham. 439
I can't wait for the next bright idea from Labour. 173
Index rallies on good news. 224
JASON BOURNE (15) ... . [...]. 289
JOHN'S PLAICE 293 NORTHFIELD ROAD, HARBORNE Verdict: ....I; CHEAP AS CHIPS Watch our video verdict on the chips at www.birminghammail.co.uk Birmingham. 148
Kids are ALRIGHT at Vale Park; STORER BAGS FIFTH OF PRE-SEASON AS YOUNGSTERS MAKE IMPRESSION. 583
LAWN OF THE DEAD; COUNCIL DEMAND BBC COUGH UP PS500 AFTER GRASS TURNED INTO WASTELAND. 328
Lily beats deadly bug to win place at Olympics; 1 year ago she was in hospital bed... 498
Magic Marv making a splash at the 'Well. 209
Man waving a knife in 5 HOUR stand-off with police; trained negotiators called in after man threatened to hurt himself. 311
Moment of horror as train hits man; POLICE RELEASE SHOCKING VIDEO AFTER SHORTCUT LEAVES VICTIM PARALYSED. 364
Moseley's party in the park hits 10-year milestone; Moseley Folk Festival has going from strength to strength since its inception in 2007. Roz Laws looks at what's on offer this year. 421
Motor mod warning to boy racers; thousands risk prosecution over uninsured changes made to cars. 383
Moxey off to take charge of Canaries; Wolves. 321
News Moths drove holidaymaker to plunge off hotel balcony; MIDLAND MAN WAS TRYING TO ESCAPE INSECTS. 361
No need to panic about club's patchy pre-season form. 417
Nose bacterium kills superbug. 148
Nursing chief turns Minion to raise funds for her hospital; BIRMINGHAM CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL HAS THOUSANDS OF SUPPORTERS AND FUNDRAISERS. EACH WEEK WE TELL THE STORY OF ONE OF THE HOSPITAL'S DEDICATED CHARITY CHAMPIONS... 388
One in four UK workers hunt for new job. 181
Plans unveiled for renewable energy centre; Hams Hall. 227
Poverty-stricken life in the yard 'was no picnic' MEMORIES OF 3 TO A BED, BORROWED CLOTHES AND ONCE A WEEK BATHTIME IN BRUM'S BACK-TO-BACKS. 623
Putting perfection as Mark smashes the course record. 560
QUOTES OF THE DAY. 129
Rail tragedy causes rush-hour chaos. 119
Rampant Brummies put the heat on Mildenhall. 418
Rapids fail in valiant run chase; cricket. 322
Referendum has no constitutional status. 158
Revamp of Ringway moves a step closer. 465
Seamer duo to cover for crocked Ben; CRICKET. 330
Search for Birmingham's most outstanding club. 315
Sergio looking to lose unwanted tag at PGA; GOLF. 359
Sex pest 'left female office worker in fear and distress' dad-of-one sentenced to 12-month community order. 312
Shoppers in call for nets at Bullring after plunge; safety pleas following 100ft fall from top floor. 357
Snack dips are 'salt and fat traps'. 148
Soap watch. 196
Solihull's success at BTEC. 308
soundbites. 270
Sports duo are named champions. 432
Step forward and volunteer... to stand out from the crowd. 466
Tell me, where we gonna go? PUPILS' MESSAGE IN PROTEST SONG AS THEY BID TO SAVE SCHOOL FROM CLOSURE. 421
There's a big difference between somebody liking your comedy and wanting to wear your skin as a suit; AHEAD OF HIS NEW TOUR, ROSS NOBLE TALKS TO MARION MCMULLEN ABOUT PLAYING A MURDEROUS CLOWN AND DATING HAROLD BISHOP. 866
Three days of fun MADE in Brum; From Rudimental to a concert celebrating the glory days of the Hacienda, there's plenty for dance music fans to enjoy during this week's MADE festival. David Bentley reports. 707
Under-21s spring a Leek in friendly. 277
Waste not want not for Hugh. 316
WHAT WE LEARNED. 415
Wheelies at funeral led to 4 arrests. 170
Where is that Bulldog Spirit? 309
Who has the guts to tackle this dire sickness? 173

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