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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (October 20, 2002)

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AIR CRASH PILOT FIGHTS FOR LIFE. 110
ALERT FOR NEW HOSPITAL SUPERBUG. 469
And here's a bonus... 141
ANGLING: HEAVY RAINS REVIVE RIVERS. 294
ARRESTED CLERIC QUIZZED OVER BALI CLUB BOMBING. 232
ARRESTED; BLUNDER 2 - Man accused of sending race hate mail to own gran. 312
BASKETBALL: Change is in the wind for Bullets. 571
BASKETBALL: FURY OVER TOWERS TIE. 86
Books: BOOK ENDS. 189
Books: Journey back in time on the Number 8 bus. 868
Books: SCENT OF REALITY IN TWILIGHT. 213
BOY TELLS MUM: PRIEST ABUSED ME IN CHURCH; Clergyman quit the Anglican church over ordination of women. 702
CALLED OFF; BLUNDER 1 - Mobile phone theft suspect cleared as court forgets to notify victim of case. 473
Caravan: DOUBLE DELIGHT IN FRANCE AND SPAIN. 923
Caravan: PERFECT PITCH FOR BARGAINS. 179
CHRISTINA'S KIDDY PORN VIDEO SHOCK. 191
CLARE: My fate may well feature in all the biggest papers. 502
COLD WAR RELICS BACK IN FRONTLINE. 191
Cop in tribunal row over earring. 121
Council chief's lover in favouritism row over job. 440
CRICKET: BEARS SNATCH PAIR. 193
CRICKET: I'm an old fashioned guy, says Inverarity. 616
CRICKET: SKIPPER HUSSAIN SO FULL OF HOPE; Nasser upbeat about his squad's chances 28. 823
CRICKET: Waugh out to prove what he's good for. 526
Dear Di: CONFUSED BY TV SEX. 186
Dear Di: DEBTS ARE NIGHTMARE. 207
Dear Di: Should my lover keep me satisfied all night?; SHE'S THE ANSWER TO ALL YOUR PROBLEMS. 200
Dear Di: STILL ANGRY WITH SISTER. 236
Dear Di: WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT BULLYING? 330
Diana chats 'destroyed my Michael'. 289
EDWINA: I'D DO IT AGAIN; EXCLUSIVE: Currie talks to the Mercury about affair. 538
FAMOUS LAST WORDS: This week we spoke to Central News presenter Joanne Malin. 131
Film: BOYS IN A MAN'S WORLD. 995
Food: NAUGHTY BUT NICE; THE National Trust is giving visitors a real taste of history by offering free traditional English puddings until the end of October. Lifestyle Editor ZOE CHAMBERLAIN samples some delicious desserts. 1068
Food: OLDE WORLDE PUB IS A GREAT WEEKEND HAUNT; EATING OUT THE BAILIFFS, Bewdley, Worcestershire. 353
Food: WHAT'S NEW. 180
Football: 'I wouldn't have taken cut' slams ace Robbie. 552
Football: Baggies team paved way for success. 726
Football: Barthez is just Fab for United; FULHAM 1 MANCHESTER UTD 1. 180
Football: Boss chuffed at 'diamonds' LEEDS 0 LIVERPOOL 1. 266
Football: BRENTFORD 1 PORT VALE 1. 144
Football: BRIGHTON 2 SHEFFIELD UTD 4. 107
Football: BRUCE SEES RED OVER OLI'S CARD; Ref drives Blues boss up the Poll. 450
Football: Chelsea maul stricken City; MANCHESTER CITY 0 CHELSEA 3. 231
FOOTBALL: CHRIS STARS IN SIX SHOW; WEST MIDLAND LEAGUE. 358
Football: Christie's in right mood to dampen Forest's fire. 515
Football: CLEM'S OUT TO CROSS BRIDGE. 404
Football: CLYDE SET TO MAKE HIS MARK; Teenager makes it so bonny for Jones. 992
Football: COOL CHRIS LEADS SIX-HIT; WEST MIDLAND LEAGUE. 358
Football: CRISIS WILL WORSEN - LLOYD. 308
Football: DANE'S FLYING START; NORWICH 3 MILLWALL 1. 147
Football: Davenport delivers for Sky Blues; PORTSMOUTH 1 COVENTRY 1. 700
Football: Devaney ends Robins' woe; CHELTENHAM 1 QPR 1. 224
Football: DR MARTENS EASTERN: Corby Town ........2 Dorchester Town ....5. 160
Football: DR MARTENS EASTERN: SYLLA STYLE NETS POINTS; Banbury United ..... 4 Sittingbourne .......1. 103
Football: GILLS' GLORY; GILLINGHAM 3 WATFORD 0. 132
Football: GRIMSBY 0 ROTHERHAM 0. 106
FOOTBALL: HARRIERS GET WORK OF ART: SHREWSBURY 2 KIDDERMINSTER 3; Own-goal gift seals victory after fightback. 842
Football: HIGH FIVES FOR RANGERS; LEICESTERSHIRE SENIOR LEAGUE. 169
Football: I'D LOVE IT IF WE BEAT SVEN TO PORTUGAL; Savage wants glory for Wales and Blues. 1027
Football: ICIS MIDLAND COMBINATION: Nolan tunes in Marconi triumph. 380
Football: IT'S WILKO WOE AS SINCLAIR STRIKES; SUNDERLAND 0 WEST HAM 1. 148
Football: JONES STAYS COOL. 262
Football: Knight has hero's day for Mikes; F.A. VASE. 402
Football: Lee fury as Saddlers let victory slip; WALSALL 3 PRESTON 3. 673
Football: LIFE IS NOT SO SWEDE FOR MARCUS; Bosses in threat to benched ace Allback. 884
Football: LOWE'S BLOWS LIFT HARRIERS: SHREWSBURY 2 KIDDERMINSTER 3; Middle man's double counts for nought. 828
Football: LUCK OF THE DRAW FOR 10-MAN BLUES: ALBION 1 BLUES 1; Jason strikes to put Moore out of misery. 945
FOOTBALL: Mac goes from zero to hero as Lambs hit back; PREMIER DIVISION. 620
Football: NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE: Quayle flies in as Boro edge home. 833
Football: NO MOORE LUCK FOR SAD FOXES: LEICESTER 0 BURNLEY 1; Clarets cash in on City misery. 823
Football: NOTTS SALUTE ON-LOAN JEFF; NOTTS COUNTY 2 NORTHAMPTON 1. 137
Football: PALACE SLIP UP; WIMBLEDON 2 PALACE 2. 146
Football: PAYOL PAYING OFF; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 210
Football: PETER'S SIGHTS SET ON ALBION. 347
FOOTBALL: Police cop it as Marconi get tuned in; ICIS MIDLAND COMBINATION. 380
Football: PREMIER DIVISION: Chelmsford City .....4 Moor Green ........0. 118
Football: PREMIER DIVISION: Chippenham Town . . . 3 Hinckley United .....1. 217
Football: PREMIER DIVISION: Hednesford Town ....6 Ilkeston Town .......2. 170
Football: PREMIER DIVISION: Mac goes from zero to hero as Lambs hit back; Folkestone Invicta . . . 2 Tamworth ......... 3. 193
Football: PREMIER DIVISION: Stafford Rangers ....2 Crawley Town ...... 1. 122
Football: PREMIER DIVISION: Weymouth ......... 1 Halesowen Town .....4. 113
Football: PREMIER DIVISION: Worcester City ......2 Cambridge City .....0. 98
FOOTBALL: Quayle flies in as Boro edge home; NATIONWIDE CONFERANCE. 833
Football: Rovers snuff out goalden Shearer; BLACKBURN 5 NEWCASTLE 2. 187
Football: RUSHDEN & DIAM 0 BURY 1. 148
Football: Saints chief was so Lowe - axed Gray. 727
Football: SEAMAN: IT'S ERIKSSON'S CALL. 363
Football: SIBON'S SPOT OF JOY; SHEFFIELD WEDS 2 BRADFORD 1. 151
Football: SKIPPER PUTS BROOKS TOP; BIRMINGHAM & DISTRICT A.F.A. 167
FOOTBALL: SWEAT 'N' TOIL: ALBION ....1 BLUES .....1; ...but it's all square after late drama. 139
Football: TAYLOR WARNING FOR ALPAY. 415
FOOTBALL: THURNBY STAGE FIVE STAR SHOW; LEICESTERSHIRE SENIOR LEAGUE. 169
Football: TOFFEE MEN ARE OVER THE ROON; EVERTON 2 ARSENAL 1. 151
Football: TREBLE UP FOR NICKY; READING 3 IPSWICH 1. 112
Football: WESTERN DIVISION: BORO RECORD A NEW MARK; Sub Shepherd guides Solihull to vital point. 1415
FOOTBALL: WESTERN DIVISION: SHEP ON MARK RETAIN RECORD; Unbeaten run at home now on 17 games 20. 1416
Football: WOLVES STAR IN LATE SHOW: STOKE 0 WOLVES 2; Cameron and Blake strikes seal vital win. 788
Four serial killers could be on the loose in Britain. 364
GAME REVIEWS: MARIO OOZES SHEER CLASS. 306
Gardening: JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 216
Gardening: Quick way to add a splash of colour. 350
GAZZA IN VICE GIRL BUST-UP. 169
George Tyndale: Estelle's crucial lessons. 207
George Tyndale: There's no quick fix in the war on terror. 507
George Tyndale: ULRIKA'S TACTICS EXPOSE SVEN'S SHAKY DEFENCE. 236
George Tyndale: Why no action - again? 137
GOLF: SERGIO CHIPS IN TO ERN A SHOT AT ELS; Spanish ace ends Campbell's hopes. 647
GOLF: SERGIO CHIPS IN TO ERN A SHOT AT ELS; Spanish ace finds wonder winner. 607
GRAND BOWL JUST MAID FOR A POOCH. 158
HAVE A BET ON US. 211
Health: BUY IT OR BIN IT. 245
Health: DOCTOR DAVID - Why do I have to see GP for note? 443
Health: Why turning the clocks back can be bad for your health; WHEN the clocks go back an hour next Sunday most of us will be glad of the extra sleep. But did you know it can take three to four days for your body to re-adjust to the time change? Lifestyle Editor ZOE CHAMBERLAIN reports. 794
HOCKEY: Wright is back in the groove. 287
IRA STONEWALLS BLAIR PLEA. 143
It's OFFICIAL but can Brum's Rotunda really be... A WORK OF ART? 487
Jobs: I SHOULD BE SO MUCKY; Potter Sue Green knows how to throw a vase or two. 442
JOHN PLIMMER: POLICE MUST WORK HARDER TO END EVIL OF CHILD PORN PLIMMER. 524
Leading article: In need of a clean-up. 119
Leading article: Terror is no game. 168
Letter: Are we safe? 150
Letter: Bang menace. 82
Letter: Ditch the rich. 86
Letter: M-way idiots. 117
Letter: No more hunt ban excuses. 227
Letter: Poor excuse. 128
Letter: Search for colleagues - WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 350
Letter: Speeders must be stopped. 116
Letter: Star honour. 132
Letter: Ulrika's shame. 112
LIVE LIKE A CELEBRITY IN THE MIDLANDS; Want to live like a celebrity? We're offering 25 readers the chance to enjoy VIP privileges at Midland bars, nightclubs, restaurants, clothes shops and health and beauty centres. Lifestyle Editor ZOE CHAMBERLAIN reports. 854
LOYALIST SMUGGLED BULLET ON TO PLANE; Man arrested trying to board flight to Birmingham. 516
MAXINE CARR IN HOSPITAL. 180
Midland flooding fear as storm looms. 172
Motor Max: 'I'm calling to let you know I've been nicked...'. 199
Motor Max: BLINDED BY LIGHT. 173
Motor Max: Breaking up is easy to do; Renault is leading the way when it comes to innovation with the new transforming Kangoo. 547
Motor Max: CHART topper; This week's Stars and Their Cars features Birmingham reggae star Pato Banton, who topped the charts with Baby Come Back and is currently recording a new album. 309
Motor Max: CHOOSE YOUR OWN NUMBER. 219
Motor Max: Company cars get the thumbs up. 487
Motor Max: Crash, bang wallop what a picture... 267
Motor Max: Gearing up for the Big One. 125
Motor Max: IT'S GOING TO GET EVEN TOUGHER... 95
Motor Max: IT'S SHOW TIME; World debuts, merchandise and memorabilia - get ready for 13 days of pure motoring indulgence. 560
Motor Max: MOBILE BAN. 105
Motor Max: MORE OF YOUR CRASH EXCUSES. 135
Motor Max: Motor makes pooch poorly. 437
Motor Max: Pumped up hatch is a real star buy; Check out the motor that majors on space and find out what to look out for when buying a used model. 434
Motor Max: Smooth operator. 592
Motor Max: Sneak look at a brand new Fiesta. 169
Motor Max: Think before you fall in love; MOTORING expert Mike Brewer, presenter of Channel 4's Driven, has joined forces with MotorMax to guide you through the minefield of buying a secondhand car. In the third of a four-part series, sponsored by American Express, he offers top tips to help you spot a banger - and find your star motor. 415
Motor Max: Want to get in for nothing? 546
MOTOR RACING: MIKA LEADS WAY TO F1'S EXIT DOOR. 800
MOTORSPORT: MACCA WARNS RIVALS. 288
MP'S WIFE TELLS OF HER BATTLE TO BEAT CANCER; Each year 38,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer. Jane Slowey, wife of Birmingham MP Richard Burden, speaks about her battle against the killer disease.CAROLINE WHEELER reports. 470
Mum Angelina tells of killer mines torment. 188
Music: CD REVIEWS. 593
New lead in hunt for killer sniper. 256
Norman won't watch Ross film show. 194
ONE DEAD IN BOMB BLAST. 137
PARCEL FARCE; Toss of a coin decided worker's fate at doomed depot - ex-driver. 437
Police get a hammering over pounds 130m lorry-jacking. 563
Police swoop on man who had fingerprints on letter to his gran; BLUNDER 2. 312
pounds 2,500 DIPLOMA THAT'S USELESS; Students will NOT be able to call themselves chiropodists Two school principals rake in more than pounds 100,000 Company records claimed that bosses were doctors - but they're not. 1400
pounds 20 DONATIONS. 106
pounds 200 FINE FOR HAVING A CHAT; Partygoers hit by comedy club crackdown. 399
RACING: BREEZE FOR ROCK IN U.S.; Champ's ready to storm to Cup win. 791
Racing: Stormer Hills is over Moon. 254
Racing: Stormer Hills is over Moon. 874
Real lives: I applied for a birth certificate and discovered I was adopted IT HAPPENED TO ME... 726
Review: LOYAL IAN IS NO POP IDOL; IAN McNABB The Gentleman Adventurer (Fairfield). 284
Review: STRAUSS IS A PROPER CARRY ON; DIE FLEDERMAUS, Birmingham Hippodrome. 174
Review: SUN IS STILL SHINING ON NORSE TRIO; A-HA, Birmingham NIA. 255
RICHARD WILLIAMSON: Constant craving for attention; Famous who bleat about privacy are busting a gut to tell us everything that went on under the duvet. 898
RICHARD WILLIAMSON: FARMERS MUST BEHAVE. 108
RICHARD WILLIAMSON: IT'S JUST MOBILE MADNESS. 119
Rival football fans attack police. 135
RUGBY UNION: Barkers get off butts...; RUGBY ROUND-UP. 233
RUGBY UNION: BARKING 13 NOTTINGHAM 33. 101
RUGBY UNION: BRAVE STOUR CRASH; STOURBRIDGE 20 PLYMOUTH 48. 107
RUGBY UNION: COV RAM RAIDED; ROTHERHAM 61 COVENTRY 12. 268
RUGBY UNION: Italian job well done for Tigers; LEICESTER 63 CALVISANO 0. 434
RUGBY UNION: MOSELEY'S WATERLOO; MOSELEY 25 WATERLOO 28. 340
RUGBY UNION: Nuns go so close; NUNEATON 11 LONDON WELSH 12. 101
RUGBY UNION: PACE TOO HOT; BRACKNELL 5 WORCESTER 73. 205
RUGBY UNION: PRESTON 34 BROADSTREET 20. 97
RUGBY UNION: Saints' penalty agony; BIARRITZ 23 NORTHAMPTON 20. 190
RUGBY UNION: STING IN TALE IS THE BEES' KNEES: RUGBY LIONS 25 B'HAM/SOLIHULL 39; Late burst ends chance of big upset. 575
SCHOOLS GET SMART TO BEAT DRUG PUSHERS. 418
SHOP TOLD: TAKE YOUR WILLIES OUT OF WINDOW. 194
SICK COMPUTER GAME ASKS KIDS TO SHOOT SIKHS. 468
SIXTIES PICK 'N' MICKS; Marianne Faithfull and Jagger lookalikes recreate famous past for a new look. 283
SNOOKER: Higgins no-show 'shame for fans'. 296
SPEEDWAY SCENE: Double delight for ace Howe. 299
SPEEDWAY: THE BEES BLOW IT. 127
SPORTS BOOKS: Jeff Astle has to be one of my best-ever signings - Fry; THIS WEEK we feature an extract from a new book about the life of Albion legend Jeff Astle in which Barry Fry tells of the astounding effect The King's arrival had on a tiny non-League club when he joined them at the end of his career. 1285
SPORTS LETTERS: Stamp out this racism. 140
SPORTS LETTERS: Sven has got stuck in a rut. 137
SQUASH: PRIORY BIG GUNS TO FIRE. 190
SUNDAY ROAST: F.A. must put own house in order. 386
SUNDAY ROAST: GONE TO THE DOGS. 100
SUNDAY ROAST: Video nasty. 88
SUSPECT CLEARED AFTER NO-ONE TOLD VICTIM OF COURT DATE; BLUNDER 1. 474
The top 100 rock anthems of all time; What are the greatest rock anthems of all time? That's the question we asked Sunday Mercury readers - and the results will surprise you. PAUL COLE reports. 362
THIEVES TAKE pounds 25,000 WORTH OF FIREWORKS. 176
Tim's baby is 250-1 to win Wimbledon. 276
TOP TEN BRITONS SET FOR A STORM. 179
Travel: CZECH CHARMERS; Sunday Mercury reader JUDY ROLLINS visits Prague to see if the city has recovered from this year's floods. 763
Travel: Go LOCO on winter flights to the sun. 163
Travel: Museums Pool their resources. 121
TRUE GRIT; Schoolboy has already had 11 heart bypasses and a transplant. 416
VICAR ON MALE RAPE CHARGE. 144
VICAR ON MALE RAPE CHARGE. 134
Video: BRITNEY STRIKES UP THE BLAND. 325
WAS COLETTE VICTIM OF THE M1 MANIAC?; CRIME EXPERT'S NEW RESEARCH LINKS PAEDOPHILE BLACK TO MURDERS OF 17 GIRLS. 744
WE CAN'T STAND BY AND WATCH; Part-time fire-fighters claim they're ready to cover strikes. 623

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