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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (April 4, 2004)

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'Poet's castle' up for pounds 1m. 111
16 arrested in FA Cup tie. 119
400 pay tribute to star Ustinov. 189
Activists launch internet bid to get rebel Clare the boot. 150
ATHLETICS: Tipton girls strike gold. 91
BACK of the NET: SUMMER OF EXCITEMENT FOR BLUES; THE WEBSITE VIEW. 415
Be the FIRST to ride Robocoaster. 486
BLAST IT LIKE BECKS. 105
BOOZY PILOT KICKED OUT OF COCKPIT; He was spotted drinking in Birmingham Airport lounge. 618
Bounties for babies. 95
BOXING: Portman set to be a lord of the ring. 295
Burma vow on democracy. 94
Canoeist in sea tragedy. 108
Car clocks up miles twice as fast. 389
CHOIRBOY TELLS OF MONK'S SEX ABUSE TORMENT. 661
Concorde's last delay. 84
COUPE WITH REAL STYLE. 161
Cricket: Heath can be winner -Penney. 529
Cricket: HOGGARD'S HAT-TRICK STUNS LARA; Pace ace hastens Test series clincher. 752
Cricket: KNIGHT GOES IT ALONE. 184
Cricket: PARTY TIME AS ENGLAND SEAL SERIES; Hoggard sets up an historic victory. 787
Cricket: Trev happy to team up with Streak. 529
Drink laws to be scrapped. 106
Duran Duran drummer separates from wife. 163
Escaped prisoner is captured. 269
Fat Lady heckled over hunting. 269
FOOTBALL THUGS JAILED FOR DERBY GAME BRAWL. 177
Football: A BLAST from the PAST; Ian Olney was set for stardom before his career ended at 28 but he told LEE McLAUGHLAN that he is still one of the game's money men. 603
Football: Agogo adds to Robins' misery; CHELTENHAM 1 BRISTOL ROVERS 2. 212
Football: AL RIGHT NOW FOR REDDITCH; DR MARTENS WESTERN DIVISION Wing wizard stars for favourites. 1531
Football: Andy header keeps Bulls' dreams alive. 552
Football: Birch: I'll fight back with real Barns stormer. 672
Football: BUCKS' HOPES THWARTED; CANVEY ISLAND 2 TELFORD 2 (Agg 2-2, Canvey win on penalties). 355
Football: CITY'S SLIP IS FINAL STRAW; STOKE CITY 1 COVENTRY 0: Black goes back to drawing board. 810
Football: Classy Brown proves point for Harriers; KIDDERMINSTER 1 HULL CITY 1. 674
Football: Currie's on fire as Vale suffer; WYCOMBE 2 PORT VALE 1. 208
Football: FACE TO FACE: COLIN GORDON: Some people don't do a great deal of work to make their money... football has attracted a lot of undesirables; They are often blamed for the state of football today but ex-Blues star turned agent Colin Gordon tells IAN CLARKSON it's not all their fault... 2155
Football: Flynn's eyes on a glint of silver. 386
Football: Gareth: I can do job for England. 271
Football: GREGAN SETS THE BENCH MARK; Sean: I want to lead Albion up. 935
Football: HERO LEE IS SPOT ON; DERBY CO 0 WALSALL 1 New boy's timely boost for Walsall. 848
Football: I felt Dunn for -David. 445
Football: Jamie blow as Chelsea narrow gap; SPURS 0 CHELSEA 1. 422
Football: Kinnear blunts Blades' charge; SHEFFIELD UTD 1 NOTTM FOR 2. 375
Football: Leaders put on five-star display; DIVISION ONE ROUND-UP. 377
Football: Lively Lambs fears eased; Tamworth ......2 Woking ........0. 290
Football: Malvern are so six-cessful; WEST MIDLAND LEAGUE. 326
Football: MATT: MY ENGLAND MISERY; Injury's cost me a Euro 2004 chance. 925
Football: Merson escapes Bescot exodus. 252
Football: Mo: We miss old boss Mac. 194
Football: Nightingale on song to hit Rangers; DR MARTENS PREMIER DIV. 733
Football: O'LEARY LEFT IN LIMBO; Ellis silent on Villa summer spending. 365
Football: Olof: Sven will take Vass. 423
Football: PITMEN DO IT AS NERVES JANGLE; HEDNESFORD 1 ALDERSHOT 1 (agg: 3-1) Shots beaten in a thriller. 623
Football: Rivals gear up for Izzet tug-of-war. 394
Football: Robins' stock is on rise again; DIVISION 2/3 ROUND-UP. 376
Football: Robson hails his Bobby dazzlers; NEWCASTLE 4 EVERTON 2. 425
Football: Scully triggers rout for County; NOTTS COUNTY 4 BLACKPOOL 1. 234
Football: Shaun cutting to the Chase; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 357
Football: SLACK LISTED!; Villa rebels held us back last season -Johnsen. 994
Football: STAR SAV: I'M NOT SO COCKY; The insecurities that haunt Robbie. 808
Football: That's Lav-Lee as Town cruise it; ICIS MIDLAND COMBINATION. 345
Football: Things looking up for Macca; MIDDLESBROUGH 2 BOLTON 0. 242
Football: TROPHY JOY FOR PITMEN. 91
Football: UPSON IS SVEN-TASTIC; FULHAM 0 BLUES 0 Matt's the man for England says Bruce. 854
Football: VILLA KIDS EASE INTO CUP FINAL; BLACKBURN Y'TH 2 VILLA Y'TH 2 (Agg 2-4). 189
Football: Wenger fury as treble bid lies in tatters; ARSENAL 0 MAN UTD 1. 734
Football: WOLVES REACH ROCK BOTTOM; WOLVES 1 SOUTHAMPTON 4 Saints push Wanderers close to edge. 859
FROGGY: Gary boos so unfair. 153
FROGGY: Lee finds no fun in 'joke' club Walsall. 302
FROGGY: Sven will F.A. ever learn... 206
FROGGY: VILLA FAVOURITES IN EURO RACE. 401
GEORGE TYNDALE: 'Waving through' lets down Britain. 477
GEORGE TYNDALE: CAVERS TRULY POTTY. 128
GEORGE TYNDALE: NO PITY FOR BABY BUYERS. 237
GEORGE TYNDALE: RAIDS WERE NO THREAT TO REAL TERRORISTS. 285
GEORGE TYNDALE: SWEDE DREAM. 105
GIVE A CHILD HEALTH. 313
Golf: PALMER'S AUGUSTA FAREWELL. 339
Golf: PAUL'S ON THE CASE!; U.S. MASTERS PREVIEW Rising star tipped for Major honour SANDY LYLE EXCLUSIVE. 875
Golf: Positive thinking is Lynn's life-saver. 520
GONE ... but not forgotten; Relief as Soham house of horror is reduced to rubble. 317
HOLIDAYS: A holiday for all the ages; FROM VICTORIAN TIMES TO THE PRESENT DAY... THE LAKE DISTRICT IS AN IDEAL DESTINATION. 909
HOLIDAYS: Height of style that's worth waiting for. 784
Holidays: The 22 villages lost to the sea. 969
HOLIDAYS: VIP weekend at Alton Towers. 304
HOLIDAYS: WIN spring break at exclusive hotel. 444
I can become your fantasy girlfriend; STUDENT'S EMAIL BID TO PAY UNI FEES. 202
I WON MY BROTHER'S CASE USING A-LEVEL LAW; Steve, 19, makes legal history. 416
I WOULDN'T HAVE TAKEN ONE PENNY OUT OF ROVER; Man who failed to buy car giant blasts current bosses. 632
I'LL GIVE UP; Wanted man's amazing call to. 577
Kayak cop's round trip. 123
Keeping up 300-year tradition. 87
KISS & TELL: Carmen's fed up with her big hits. 93
Kiss & Tell: Julie boobs with birds. 172
KISS & TELL: Mariah top of flops to Scott. 133
Kiss & Tell: McFly slam Gates. 111
Kiss & Tell: Robbie's so mean. 96
Let pupils see Christ film, say Catholics; CHURCH PLEA AS 18-CERT EPIC IS OFFERED FREE TO SCHOOLS. 463
Letter: Childhood horrors. 123
Letter: Expensive damage. 115
Letter: Humps a cause of dangers. 127
Letter: Iraq attack necessary. 176
Letter: Israel needs self-defence. 108
Letter: Let's honour St George. 89
Letter: Life of true poverty. 89
Letter: No apology for madness. 118
Letter: Police fail on porn. 90
Letter: WHERE ARE THEY NOW. 90
Madrid suspects killed by own bomb. 298
Man in court over murder. 92
Mandy's fame advice. 146
MOO -ving home; NO BULL.. IT'S THE HOUSES MADE FROM DEAD COWS. 391
MOTOR MAX: GOOD AS IT GETZ. 449
MOTOR MAX: INSURANCE DIFFERENCE. 125
MOTOR MAX: Old Romeo is a real charmer. 576
MOTOR MAX: Reborn in the USA; Land Rover targets America. 564
Motor Racing: BUTTON POLE MYSTERY. 163
Motor Racing: SENNA RECORD DRIVES SCHUEY; Champion's tribute to tragic hero. 871
MR BIG AND THE TAMWORTH CONNECTION; Drug girls spill beans on pounds 170m crack empire. 551
My ancestor was a white slave trader, says black city lecturer; NOW HE MAY SUE FOR COMPENSATION. 427
My brush with the wrong arm of the law; WHEN a crook broke into his car, retired journalist BOB HAYWOOD learned more about the shocking state of our criminal justice system than he ever imagined. 1480
NINE STILL QUIZZED IN U.K. TERROR ALERT. 119
NO KIDDING, DEAD GOAT FOUND IN CAR. 89
ON THIS DAY... 217
OUTRAGE AT SICK VIETNAM NAPALM GAME; Computer giants refuse to apologise despite protests from war victims. 569
Paul is Britain's top crumpet -it's official. 126
Pensioner shot in home. 84
Police get new DNA guidelines. 152
Police hunt kiss pervert. 100
PROFESSOR'S SON ON COCAINE CHARGE FACES 25 YEARS PRISON. 268
Racing: AMBER NECTAR; McCain tastes Aintree success 30 years on. 219
RACING: HOW FAR DID YOURS GET...? 147
RACING: I hoped he'd hang on -JP. 259
RACING: McCAIN'S HOUSE PARTY!; Tears flow as tiny hero steals home. 921
Racing: Meehan's Leitrim too hot for Mick. 565
RACING: Nomad set for repeat victory. 348
Rail track explosives 'the same as Madrid'. 232
Ralph said he'd make pounds 500 and now they're millionaires; PART TWO: RAGS-TO-RICHES STORY OF THE GOLD BROTHERS -AS TOLD BY THEIR MUM, ROSIE. 1050
Rocks hard for Bullets; ROB PATERNOSTRO gives Mercury Sport readers the inside news from the Bullets camp every week. 406
Rugby Union: BEES IN THE NICK OF TIME; MANCHESTER 18 BEES 18. 378
Rugby Union: COV LOOK DOOMED; LONDON WELSH 41 COVENTRY 8. 284
Rugby Union: DKs pay penalty; DUDLEY/K'FORD 17 HALIFAX 25. 181
Rugby Union: Hands up for Nuns; NUNEATON 39 WHARFEDALE 17. 184
Rugby Union: JENNER'S SIGN OF DELIGHT; Jim: I'm so happy at Bees. 503
Rugby Union: Late gift score costly for Lions; RUGBY LIONS 15 BRACKNELL 17. 213
Rugby Union: Moseley's last laugh on Lydney; LYDNEY 8 MOSELEY 37. 571
Rugby Union: PAUL FIRES UP GLOUCESTER; SARACENS 8 GLOUCESTER 16. 223
Rugby Union: TIGERS READY TO BITE. 251
Rugby Union: Walsall fail to halt hot Bedford. 360
Rugby Union: WEARY STOUR FALL TO LILEY; DONCASTER 27 STOURBRIDGE 19. 179
Rugby Union: WORCESTER ARE JUST CHAMPION; WORCESTER 68 BRISTOL 15 10-try cruise seals spot in Premiership. 570
Safety is the crucial word. 86
SCREAMING GIRLS IN STABBED BROTHER'S CRASH CAR; Man murdered after row outside McDonald's. 495
Second Gaelic sports star is found dead. 159
SECURITY? IT'S A JOKE; Days before the biggest game of season, we walk into Villa Park unchallenged. 116
SNOOKER: Selby faces Chinese test. 120
SPECIAL REPORT: BEAST OF POLAND'S SECRET LIFE IN MIDLANDS; Rapist and killer worked as fruit picker. 563
SPEEDWAY: Col: No panic at double setback. 393
SUNDAY MERCURY COMMENT: Keep terror off terraces. 208
SUNDAY MERCURY COMMENT: Time to talk Mr Towers. 175
SUNDAY MERCURY INVESTIGATES: I WALKED INTO TWO STADIUMS CARRYING BAG BIG ENOUGH TO HOLD A BOMB; HOW WE EXPOSED SHOCKING SECURITY LAPSE AT PREMIERSHIP SOCCER CLUBS. 970
TENNIS: Revenge for hot Roddick. 85
The BACK page: Sven's just the man in game ruled by money; GRAHAM HILL explains how the circumstances surrounding the signing of Sven-Goran Eriksson's new contract are symptomatic of modern soccer... 759
The Box: DOCTOR WILSON BORN AGAIN; Born And Bred BBC1, 8pm, Sunday. 287
The Box: Film BOX. 327
The Box: Growing pains. 687
The Box: History in the making; Historyonics BBC1, 6.30pm, Sunday. 612
The BOX: Love on the rocks; MUST SEE: EastEnders BBC1, 7.30pm, Tuesday and Thursday and 8pm, Friday. 129
The Box: Second's out for fighter Jennifer; The Second Quest ITV1, 9pm, Monday. 658
The Box: Soap BOX. 308
The Box: Soap BOX. 304
The Box: We got engaged after just six days. 706
The Mag Real Life: Buy it or Bin it - SENSITIVE SCALP AND SKIN. 258
The Mag Real Life: Doing the right thing cost me pounds 10,000. 878
The MAG: ASK ANNA: AM I BEING SELFISH? 223
The MAG: ASK ANNA: EX WILL BE THERE TOO. 163
The MAG: ASK ANNA: HERE TO HELP BUS WEIRDO IS DRIVING ME ROUND TWIST. 265
The MAG: ASK ANNA: PHOTO CASEBOOK; The boss says he fancies me. 139
The MAG: ASK ANNA: She's taking it out on her kids. 427
The MAG: Attack of the snack; HAVE you ever stopped to work out how much junk food your children are scoffing each day? Lifestyle Editor ZOE CHAMBERLAIN speaks to two Midland mums about the eating habits of their kids. 1182
THE MAG: Bonnie makes it to final cut. 230
The MAG: EATING IN: TEXAS CHILLI WITH ALL THE FIXINGS; Each week we bring you a cut-out-and-keep recipe from top chef KEVIN ASHTON, who has cooked for American presidents and Hollywood movie stars. 364
The MAG: EATING OUT: BLUE MANGO, Regency Wharf, Birmingham. 337
The MAG: EATING OUT: THE PLOUGH, Harborne, Birmingham. 214
The Mag: Free Organix cereal bar for EVERY reader. 198
THE MAG: FREETIME: Take a trip in space -free! 244
The MAG: HEALTH: DIET COACH: When should I weigh myself?; Diet coach JUDY CITRON answers all your dieting questions to help you get into shape. 513
The MAG: HEALTH: Dr FORSTER: Would cabbage make me less tired?; Dr George Forster answers your questions. 463
The MAG: HEALTH: Pinpoint your problems; STRESS can be a killer, so relieving it can make you healthier and happier. Our reporter HELEN GABRIEL tried out acupuncture after meeting two women who found it worked for them. 1238
THE MAG: HOLIDAYS: That's the wonder of Egypt; FASCINATING LAND OF GODS AND PHARAOHS. 1353
THE MAG: HOMES & GARDENS: 6 FOR VIEWING WATER FRONTS. 462
THE MAG: HOMES & GARDENS: Cosy cottage hides its past. 340
THE MAG: HOMES & GARDENS: TV'S TOBY MUSGRAVE'S TOP TIPS. 184
THE MAG: HOMES & GARDENS: WIN THE BOOK. 86
THE MAG: HOMES & GARDENS: Wonderful wildlife. 383
THE MAG: MOVIES: Beauty and the beast; MONSTER (18). 295
THE MAG: MOVIES: Cat versus dog; THE CAT IN THE HAT (PG). 262
THE MAG: MOVIES: SCOOBY DOO 2 (PG). 224
THE MAG: MOVIES: SHEER HELL FOR HALLE; GOTHIKA (15). 242
THE MAG: MOVIES: VIEW FROM THE SOFA; What's new to rent this week. 336
The MAG: OUT AND ABOUT: Easter fun for all the family. 373
THE MAG: PLAY: CD REVIEWS; PICK OF THE WEEK. 95
THE MAG: PLAY: GAME ON: Isle shoot 'em up. 510
THE MAG: PLAY: RETRO ROCK. 325
THE MAG: PLAY: Shadows Collide With People (Warner Bros) JOHN FRUSCIANTE. 84
THE MAG: PLAY: THE UNCLE DEVIL SHOW A Terrible Beauty (P3). 89
THE MAG: PLAY: THEATRE LAUGHS ALL THE WAY IN WAR OF WORDS; FOLLOW MY LEADER, Birmingham Rep. 186
THE MAG: PLAY: VARIOUS Ultimate Dirty Dancing (BMG). 91
The Mag: Style Guru; Lisa Chadwick, 36, is a self-employed personal trainer and sports massage practitioner. She lives in Sutton Coldfield with her husband Leigh, 46, who is also self-employed as a business advisor. She is currently helping clients prepare for this year's BRMB Walkathon. 426
THE MAG: TV girls gave me a new calling; BOOKS Hold The Line Please (Brewin Books, pounds 7.95) SALLY SOUTHALL. 407
The Mag: Will your MUMS baby be a junk food addict?; OBESITY has become the biggest health issue facing our children today. Yet new research shows Midland babies are becoming ADDICTED to junk food because of poor diets. Lifestyle Editor ZOE CHAMBERLAIN reports in a five page obesity special. 1153
Threat charge is dropped. 103
WHERE ARE THEY NOW. 144
Women fail in club bid. 112
WORLD'S WORST: ACID BATH MURDERER; Serial killers, cold-blooded murderers and gun-toting gangsters. Each week former top West Midlands detective JOHN PLIMMER looks at the most notorious criminal figures of the last century -and how they were caught. 1152

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