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Articles from Express and Star (Wolverhampton, England) (February 8, 2020)

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'I was totally taken aback. I have loved being in Slade for 50 years.'. ANDY RICHARDSON andy.richardson@mnamedia.co.uk 911
75-mile walking challenge open. 266
A tasty treat. Heather L gLarge 977
A useful guide, but dig a little deeper before you make a judgement. 185
Albion have done some solid business. With Josh Bland of Read West Brom 405
All aboard for new bus service? JORDAN REYNOLDS jordan.reynolds@mnamedia.co.uk 330
All sides lost when Ferguson deal collapsed. Ally's Albion With Ally Robertson 481
ANDY RICHARDSON: First the worst, and a true heart's victory. 218
Annual Paws for Remembrance. 181
Antidote to chick Aicks. Rebecca Sayce 627
Bag a bargain in Le Boat sale. 223
Bargain meal for Valentine's Day. 189
Beder lives on as a sign of hope through football. 976
Being single has so many benefits. CATHY STANWORTH 927
Beloved pet Porky back with family. MEGAN ARCHER megan.archer@mnamedia.co.uk 323
BestBets with Nathan Judah @njudah_. 442
Bilic demands FA ban clarity. Joseph Masi joseph.masi@mnamedia.co.uk 293
Bilic demands FA bans explanation. 268
Bilic demands FA bans explanation. 198
Bilic happy to have a selection headache. 427
Blues winners at Bristol after shocking start. 221
Bury not dead and buried yet. 229
Challenges in a stepfamily. 342
Chapel date for Princess Beatrice's low-key event. 194
Charity's digital tool up for award. 208
Classic album; Oasis: (What's The Story) Morning Glory. 450
Coady loves spirit of Wolves squad. 269
Coffee morning will benefit wildlife trust. 163
Council tax bills up by PS10 to help fund crime fighters. PETER MADELEY peter.madeley@mnamedia.co.uk 409
Couple will stay strong despite being torn apart; Friends speak of upbeat outlook of newly-weds amid health scare. MEGAN ARCHER megan.archer@mnamedia.co.uk 344
Curtain up on The History Boys. DEBORAH HARDIMAN deborah.hardiman@mnamedia.co.uk 380
DAN MORRIS: Casualties and heroes. 304
Did anyone ask fans if they wanted a winter break? wante. With Justin Hawthorne 300
Different dates for Valentine's Day It's a date! 589
DOWN IN THE DUMPS. 665
Duck delights to wow for dinner. 153
Electric car charging points are to double; Funding of PS130,000 approved for latest move to help cut city's carbon emissions. JOE SWEENEY Local Democracy Reporter 294
England looking to right the wrongs of Paris at Murrayfield. 264
Ex-Broom Cupboard star praised. 359
FACT OF THE WEEK: Valentine's Day began in Ancient Rome. 200
Farmyard frolics and alien rescue; This week's new films and series to stream, rent on-demand or buy on DVD & Blu-ray. 2885
Fergie time's nearly up - but where will he go? Kick-off The Albion view with JOSEPH MASI 605
Film Choices. 171
Film Choices. 161
Film Choices. 165
Film Choices. 160
Film Choices. 156
Film Choices. 163
First-time home buyers benefit. 238
Five minutes with...Shaun Evans. 537
Former postman stole hundreds of parcels on duty; 697 items snatched and 59 others opened and re-sealed. THOMAS PARKES thomas.parkes@mnamedia.co.uk 264
Fresh start as subway filled in. THOMAS PARKES thomas.parkes@mnamedia.co.uk 198
From Sedgley to LA: Manager's double Grammy delight. 341
FromVenusto Mars, it's time to feel the love... With it almost upon us, Team Weekend take a look at Valentine's Day, ponder what men and women really want, and reflect on their best and worst memories of the most romantic time of the year. 1615
GP jailed over sexual assaults on patients. FIONA SMITH newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 502
Great Britain can once again hold its head up high now we have left; LETTERS. 435
greatest light show on earth; NORWAY Maria Cusine. 1437
GRroastFeig atTheShropsfhire Inon almoost fedel and strong service; Dan Morris takes his Queen of Hearts out for a meal at a restaurant whose star continues to ascend and puts its village on culinary map. 1193
Harbour able to lead from Front. 504
HONEYMOON MAN HAS CORONAVIRUS; Newly-wed is isolated in hospital - while his bride remains quarantined on ship near Japan. MEGAN ARCHER megan.archer@mnamedia.co.uk 344
Hope that cases may be slowing. 188
HOW CRISIS HAS SPREAD. 295
How do Burnley deserve same time off as us? The fan zone With Richard Perkins of Tatter Travels 316
How to die with dignity and living with none. 668
How Towers has shaped thousands of lives; Great sadness at the possible closure of an adventure centre that has enriched the lives of generations of schoolchildren. 955
Indulgent dessert. 165
IS schoolgirl to appeal decision to withdraw her UK citizenship. 378
Jail for grooming girl, aged 14, over internet. 174
James Milner Veteran midfielder shows [...]. 658
JLR to cut back production at two plants. 337
Jobs numbers decrease in city. 164
Key life milestones help women build confidence. 406
Kights hit the heights but the lows were to follow. 1170
Lamp Works plans waiting for green light. 252
LATE DEALS. 411
Lavery learning the lessons of defeats. 238
Lavery learns harsh lessons. Liam Keen liam.keen@mnamedia.co.uk 319
LIFE HACKS TIPS & TRICKS. 560
Long lasting friendships forged amid the deep beauty of Snowdonia. 327
LOOKING BACK FEB 8/14. 468
MARK ANDREWS. 491
Mood over matter in a world of upbeat politics. TOBY NEAL 551
Most romantic plants for Valentine's Day. 673
Mullins hit by triple Festival blow. 183
Must for any anime loyalist, turn up a gear and team play; GAME OF THE WEEK. 397
Napalm Death in latest EP release. 166
New primary school project on track to be finished in summer. 380
Nic's hobby turns into a poetic gift; Former journalist's verses reflect on newsroom experiences. DEBORAH HARDIMAN deborah.hardiman@mnamedia.co.uk 419
No Xia scenario - but still so much to fight for. Kick-off The Villa view with MATT MAHER 758
Non-league fans get double vision; OddBalls. 386
Ofsted's visit to Muslim school cut short after shoes protest. 189
ON THE UP. 674
Pass-masters bringing best out of each other. Kick-off The Wolves view with JOE EDWARDS 537
Plan to invest PS100k in helping grow trees. DAYNA FARRINGTON dayna.farrington@mnamedia.co.uk 311
Plans in place to cut energy bills. 162
Power of positivity is transforming lives through martial arts and chat. HARRIET EVANS Community News Reporter 863
Presenter Phillip Schofield tells colleagues: 'I am gay'. SIMON STONE newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 479
Private landlords given law update at meeting. 173
Progress for schools but more work to do; Praise for teachers, pupils and parents as statistics on GCSE exams are released. DAYNA FARRINGTON 215
Pub tackles pink elephant in room. 220
Rail disruption as Storm Ciara looms; Services cancelled and events called off for safety reasons. THOMAS PARKES thomas.parkes@mnamedia.co.uk 477
Rail issues? Send us your questions to ask West Midlands Trains boss. 361
Read all about it! Book some me time. 475
REBECCA SAYCE: All in the thought. 319
Red Shoes got Sir of the Dance on the way to falling in love with ballet. MARIA CUSINE maria.cusine@mnamedia.co.uk 718
Remembering that golden day... 202
Renewable energy at fore. 171
Ring of a bell and shout out! be a town crier. Heather Large 985
Rowett's Lions in the thick of the play-off battle. 433
Safe standing 'is a positive'. 178
Sceptical about high speed rail; LETTERS. 228
Scouts 'risking lives' - coroner. 178
Search is on for choir of the year. 169
SHIRLEY TART. 533
Show your loved one how much you care. 965
Simply divine! 184
Skipper loves Wolves spirit. Joe Edwards joe.edwards@mnamedia.co.uk 282
Small island that packs a big punch. 466
Stalking,Beth trouble and pistol-packin' momma! 546
Start planning now for promotion - in 2021. Kick-off The Saddlers view with LIAM KEEN 529
Students find perfect balance. DAYNA FARRINGTON dayna.farrington@mnamedia.co.uk 175
Suicide bomber's brother: 'I would have told my mother'. DAVID BANNER newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk 380
Sweet life of Cadbury's is revealed by expert's talk; Hidden treasures of Bournville discussed at historical society meet-. CHARLOTTE BENTLEY Community News Reporter 408
Take on an outdoor adventure to help out hospice. 318
Teachers call for 'jewel' to be be kept open so that it can continue to inspire. 362
The pair fits as Ashley returns 'home' to where she trained. 250
TheQuiz. 342
This is so different, it's not cosy at all - totally different take on Christie; THE PALE HORSE TOMORROW BBC. 1115
To prune or not to prune, that is the question! HOW TO GARDEN GUIDE. 554
Top things to do in March in Ras Al Khaimah; LUXURY GETAWAY. 475
Trials to begin on new vaccine. 193
Two-hour M6 delays as crane breaks down. 163
Valentine tipples to toast romance ... 575
Valentine's Day decor: Set the scene at home; Planning a romantic night in this Valentine's Day? Gabrielle Fagan reveals her top picks for February 14. 484
Vicar tells of her shock at illness after happy day. 278
We've got that sinking feeling yet again. The fan zone With Bescot Banter 341
When the boys don't want to play together anymore. ANDY RICHARDSON 830
Why movement towards electric cars is struggling for power. 279
Why we love. Rebecca Sayce 510
Winter break can only do Wolves good. A bit of Bully With Steve Bulll 439
Winter break is opportunity for players to relax. 243
World of high-end law, love, marriage and divorce returns. 493
Your stars today. Russell Grant 1121

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