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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (August 22, 2004)

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A BROTHEL, BIGAMY AND A GAY CONMAN; It's all in a day's work for the pension fraud-busters. 453
BACK of the NET: Villa need to add flesh to their bones; THE WEBSITE VIEW. 358
Beat bobbies get bus pass. 105
BLANK CHEQUES, TAX DODGE AND TAXPAYERS' MONEY... WE LIFT THE LID ON RONNIE SCOTT'S. 1276
BOYDEN'S BUNCH: Meet Dick Dastardly, Shaggy, Barney Rubble, Johnny Bravo... THE WEIRD AND WACKY WORLD OF MALCOLM BOYDEN. 1048
Briton takes Olympic gold ..watched by 200 people in a Solihull field. 109
BRUMMIE CHAMP GETS TO GRIPS. 105
Call for rich tax to soar. 157
Camp plight to hit stage. 87
CIGS SMUGGLE HITS TRADERS. 147
COPS 'PRESSURED' JACKO RANCH MAN. 163
Court's ban on barmaid. 108
Cricket: BEARS WITH SORE HEADS; Gloucs turn screw on leaders. 831
Cricket: Ben: I quit to benefit Worcester. 534
Cricket: COUNTY ROUND-UP Duo dig in to thwart Surrey. 389
Cricket: ECSTASY FOR VAUGHAN; England's clean sweep has the skipper in dreamland. 820
Cricket: FOXES IN CONTROL; LEICESTERSHIRE v YORKSHIRE. 336
Cricket: LUCKY TO BE ALIVE; Ray beat killer bug to be a Pears star. 805
Cricket: Mushtaq has them in a spin; SUSSEX v WORCESTERSHIRE. 535
Cricket: Powell an inspiration for Knight. 675
Cricket: Quality Kevin's ton it again! DERBYSHIRE v NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 372
Cricket: WELLINGTON BOOTED! 308
Deadly bird flu alert in Malaysia. 142
DRIVER IS INJURED IN THREE-CAR PILE-UP. 98
Football: Andy's handy with brace; FULHAM 2 BOLTON 0. 382
Football: ANGRY JONES BLASTS REF FOR ERRORS; Shot-shy Wolves are made to wait again for first win; BURNLEY 1 WOLVES 1. 865
Football: Bell of a start for debut boy Andy! 803
Football: Boss moves to the Beatt; SOUTHAMPTON 3 BLACKBURN 2. 341
Football: Burgess plans a show... 288
Football: CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP Teddy's double derails Crewe. 363
Football: Cobblers nobbled; SHREWSBURY 2 NORTHAMPTON 0. 163
Football: COLE IS HAPPY TO STICK WITH ENGLAND; Eagles' Kanu link can't tempt Carlton; ALBION v VILLA THE HAWTHORNS (Live Sky Sports 1, 12 noon). 908
Football: CONFERENCE NORTH: MOORS MAD FOR DAZ-ZLER; Middleton stunner sinks Town. 953
Football: CONFERENCE PREMIER Super Tris is Lambs hero. 737
Football: COOPER'S ON MEDAL MISSION; Kevin: I dream of Champion season. 681
Football: CRIMINAL! Saddlers should be locked up - Emblen. 625
Football: Dan the man makes the Foxes look desperate; LEICESTER 0 WATFORD 1. 761
Football: DON'T COUNT US OUT - UGO; Injury-hit Boro face champions. 462
Football: FROZEN OUT; Eriksson will never pick me - Barry. 400
Football: Gaard against Danish raiders - Tom. 670
Football: GRAND GRANT; SWANSEA 1 CHELTENHAM 1. 148
Football: Gravesen on double time; PALACE 1 EVERTON 3. 331
Football: Guppy gaffe denies Leeds; LEEDS UTD 1 NOTTM FOREST 1. 363
Football: JOKING IS OVER FOR JOHNSON; Damien: Irish aim to have last laugh. 790
Football: Jon: I'm gutted to quit Toon. 405
Football: MEGSON'S BARKING - THOMMO. 303
Football: Megson: Villa are ahead in cash race. 489
Football: MERSON: I'M NOT FINISHED PLAYING YET; Walsall need boss on the pitch; WALSALL 2 BARNSLEY 2. 887
Football: MIDLAND ALLIANCE Jimmy strikes four Mike's. 340
Football: MIDLAND COMBINATION: MEIR'S FIVE STAR SHOCK. 345
Football: NOTTS FAIL AT FINISH; NOTTS COUNTY 1 YEOVIL 2. 178
Football: Rafa debt as Gerrard runs show; LIVERPOOL 2 MAN CITY 1. 465
Football: Rams' raid too hot for Rangers; QPR 0 DERBY CO 2. 384
Football: RED RUN STARTED AT SKY BLUES; Warnock: Coventry was dream move. 656
Football: RICCY: I'M DUE A BIT OF LUCK. 341
Football: Sav in elbow storm; PAGES INSIDE. 191
Football: Shaka blow for Pompey; CHARLTON 2 PORTSMOUTH 1. 348
Football: SKY BLUES IN SORRY STATE; Reid to act after Lions' mauling COVENTRY 0 MILLWALL 1. 681
Football: SOUTHERN DIV ONE WEST A spot of bother for Bedworth. 679
Football: STATS TOUGH ON BRUCE; Blues put Jose under cosh but Cole seals it; BLUES 0 CHELSEA 1. 872
Football: Steve keeps Luton on top; LEAGUE 1 & 2 ROUND-UP. 350
Football: STOKE DELIGHT PULIS; STOKE CITY 2 GILLINGHAM 0. 306
Football: TASTY STU JUST FOR STARTERS! Larkin steals the show. 864
Football: Taylor wants to soldier on. 517
Football: TIME-WASTERS LEAVE JEZ COLD. 223
Football: Toon rocked by 'mugging' NEWCASTLE 0 SPURS 1. 362
Football: UNIBOND DIV ONE: Alfie's spot on to save the blushes. 987
Football: Vale are denied by sub; WREXHAM 1 PORT VALE 1. 181
Football: WEST MIDLAND LEAGUE: Mo is spot on to pep Hagley. 371
GEORGE TYNDALE: BLIND TO RIGHT AND WRONG. 228
GEORGE TYNDALE: COCK-UPS REGISTER. 225
GEORGE TYNDALE: DRAMA IN CORNWALL. 122
GEORGE TYNDALE: EXAMS NO TEST FOR LIFE. 220
GEORGE TYNDALE: Olympic race we must lose. 525
GET UP AND... GONE; Luxury caravans stolen from drives end up as far away as New Zealand. 456
GIVE A CHILD HEALTH. 428
Golf: Britons on the move in Akron. 429
Golf: ROCK: AISLE KEEP TOUR CARD; Robert groomed to fight for place. 820
Golf: Woods looking part in Akron. 390
Holiday tot drowns in duck pond. 138
HUGHES: NO APPEAL. 175
Hunt for missing boy. 89
I can't help says Arnie; STAR REJECTS BID TO DEPORT PRIEST OVER ABUSE CLAIMS. 164
If speed cameras are here to stay, so are our in-car detectors; CAR PARTS BOSS IN COURT FIGHT TO STOP BAN. 431
INNOCENT; Silence of the Lambs boffin claims pen-pal Rose West did not murder her 10 victims. 526
It's all work and no rest. 89
JAGUAR FEARS ON FACTORY CLOSURE; U.S. boss alert. 446
Jailed thug threatened to kill OAP. 133
Jobs on sunday: GETTING INTO... Geologist What lies beneath; Mapping out a new career as a geologist. 554
Kerry attacks affect polls. 107
Kiss & Tell: BEV DOWN THE PAN. 117
Kiss & Tell: FAMILY WOE FOR JET. 111
kiss & tell: Jamie jazzes it up. 92
Kiss & Tell: SISTERS GET SONG SHARP. 151
Kiss & Tell: STILL HOPE AFTER JIMMI. 166
kiss & tell: V good show for 65,000 in festival sun. 206
Kiss & Tell: Yank Jamie jazzes up the festival. 192
LADY'S STALKER SET FREE BY COURT. 250
Letter: Bluenoses pay the price. 173
Letter: Grateful to walk-in staff. 160
Letter: Hymn is inspiring. 215
Letter: MPs in it for money. 279
Letter: Mums have to work. 101
Letter: Official noise hell. 167
Letter: Shocked by death vow. 111
Letter: Vandals in the pink. 156
Letter: We've right to die when we choose. 237
Licensing chief has drink-drive conviction. 274
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON; 'Neighbour from hell' housing boss hit barman. 531
Losing grip on refugees. 134
MAKING IMPORTANT CONTACTS PAYS OFF; How to Network into a job. 593
Man killed in buses smash. 86
Mexico terror appeal lodge. 98
Middle-lane hogs waste 700 miles of motorways. 323
MP in call on brothels. 85
MUM'S BATTLE TO WIPE OUT SPIDERS. 141
MUSLIM GIRL TRYING TO BE A COMIC BOOK HERO. 990
NO JUSTICE; Legal blunder allows doctor to escape trial over woman's death. 112
ON THIS DAY... 188
Pair charged for shooting. 84
PERVERT IN THE PARK; Children's home worker had sick photos of boys. 401
Pinochet in quiz on cash. 81
pounds 2,000 to bring son's body home. 275
PRICE HIKE SPARKS FUEL PROTEST FEARS. 116
Prostitutes, anarchists, poets and a transvestite; MIDLANDS HELPS THE WACKIEST CLUB IN EUROPE. 569
Rabbit to be a big star. 103
Racer killed in bike crash. 86
Racing: Alrida's set for feature triumph. 373
Racing: Dettori has 'em tied up in Knots. 353
RALLYING: Loeb looks to victory. 101
Robbie Savage: Darts for the Olympics; HE'S controversial ... outrageous ... outspoken ... and he's OURS! 88
Robbie Savage: DERBY DRAW ON CARDS. 238
Robbie Savage: I'll never back out of Danny challenge. 419
Robbie Savage: SHAUN'S GOT WRIGHT STUFF. 182
Rugby Union: BOKS CLAIM TRI-NATIONS; SOUTH AFRICA 23 AUSTRALIA 19. 249
Rugby Union: CECIL: I FEEL NO PITY FOR TITANS; Duckworth angry at 'vendetta'. 590
Saddam's head in box. 94
Safety fears for UN staff. 96
SCHOOLBOY DIES IN POLICE CHASE; Car was driven by 15-year-old lad. 399
Sex-pest phone boss has been promoted. 204
SHE'S GOT AWAY WITH IT; Mother went in for a minor op and never came home Doctor accused of killing is working in US hospital. 899
Ski in Brum - snow joke. 89
Sound of the 1920s; John Griffiths with his 1927 20hp Rolls Royce. 110
SPECIAL REPORT: MIDLANDS FACING A FLOODING NIGHTMARE; Region to be hit more often Damage to cost pounds 1.4m a year. 604
SPEEDWAY: Hans shock for Crump. 103
SPEEDWAY: Martin eyes up Ermo crown. 369
SPINSTER LEAVES pounds 1M TO CHARITY. 222
Sports Letter: Fans hit by greed. 228
SUNDAY MERCURY COMMENT: Arrogance is fatal flaw. 171
SUNDAY MERCURY COMMENT: Carol's got will to win. 281
TEEN STILL HELD. 115
TEENAGE PRISON SUICIDES 'TO SOAR' Warning over jail plans. 403
The BACK page: Freddie's ready for 'hero' tag; As England's cricketers revel in the glory of another series victory BEN MOTTRAM pays tribute to the man who has been central to the success story of Michael Vaughan's side. 541
The Box: Blackpool rocks for a new season. 760
The Box: Film BOX. 322
The Box: Here's looking at Kew. 353
The Box: Murder in mind. 458
The Box: Secrets of deadly Midsomer. 228
The Box: Sex and 2 cities. 694
The Box: Soap Box. 345
The Box: Soap Box. 309
The Box: Stand and deliver. 189
The Box: Wedding party. 590
The MAG: ASK ANNA: SHE'S THE ANSWER TO ALL YOUR PROBLEMS. 1183
The Mag: BOOKS: Coward's way; NOEL COWARD Present Indicative (Methuen, pounds 9.99). 912
The MAG: BUY IT OR BIN IT: EXFOLIATING SCRUBS. 255
The Mag: CD REVIEWS: ANNE McCUE Roll (Cooking Vinyl). 80
The Mag: CD REVIEWS: PAUL WELLER Studio 150 (V2). 84
The Mag: CD REVIEWS: STEVE EARLE The Revolution Starts Here (Artemis); PICK OF THE WEEK. 87
The Mag: CD REVIEWS: The Best Of (Jive) GROOVE ARMADA. 99
The Mag: CD REVIEWS: Voice (Sanctuary) ALISON MOYET. 94
The MAG: FOOD: EATING IN LOMBO DE PORCO CON PIMENTOS; 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. 429
The MAG: FOOD: EATING OUT: Family fun to make you smile - or cringe; TGI FRIDAY'S, Birmingham. 356
The MAG: FOOD: EATING OUT: Simple delights on deck; AWAY 2 EAT, Brindleyplace Canal. 232
The MAG: FOOD: Water way; BIRMINGHAM is famous for its canals and now one enterprising couple are making a meal of this fact. Lifestyle Editor ZOE CHAMBERLAIN reports. 923
The Mag: FREE TIME: See Mickey on the big screen. 398
The Mag: Gardening: ASK TOBY. 95
The Mag: Gardening: GO POTTY INDOORS. 423
The Mag: Gardening: Lighten up with bulbs. 208
The Mag: Gardening: TOP TIPS. 167
The MAG: HEALTH: Dr FORSTER: Worried by son's tales of ringworm; Dr George Forster answers your questions. 461
The MAG: HEALTH: Look who's sleeping in YOUR bed; THE wild summer weather has been causing havoc with nature - with some real ugly bugs appearing in our homes. JESSICA SHEPHERD reports. 1148
The MAG: HEALTH: The DIET COACH Can we keep fit without walking? Diet coach JUDY CITRON answers all your dieting questions to help you get into shape. 557
The Mag: HOLIDAYS: Clubbing together; THE WIFE'S TALE: CAN GOLF AND MARRIAGE MIX? 689
The Mag: HOLIDAYS: Greek gem is just gorgeous. 840
The Mag: HOMES & GARDENS: A plum job for autumn. 605
The Mag: HOMES & GARDENS: Hall or nothing. 350
The Mag: HOMES: Home buying is full of mysteries; PROPERTY JARGON LEAVES US CONFUSED. 293
THE MAG: MOVIES: A CINDERELLA STORY (PG). 288
The Mag: MOVIES: If you go down to the woods.. THE VILLAGE (12A). 421
THE MAG: MOVIES: SCOOBY DOO 2 (PG). 222
The MAG: OUT & ABOUT: 3 FOR 2 DRAYTON MANOR TICKETS. 349
The MAG: OUT & ABOUT: WARRING KIDS CAN ENJOY REAL FIGHT. 283
The Mag: PLAY: BEV BEVAN'S RETRO ROCK. 365
The Mag: PLAY: Get your hands on a pounds 350 films pass. 370
The Mag: Real Life: Botched op took my voice; I was only 29. It didn't feel right to be in a wheelchair. 1561
The MAG: REAL LIFE: Losing all my hair made me happier. 875
The MAG: STYLE GURU. 328
The Olympics 2004: Archery: Alison's class act for future. 295
The Olympics 2004: Athletics: ...but it's agony for sad Denise. 284
The Olympics 2004: BRITS ENJOY A GOLD RUSH. 625
The Olympics 2004: Cycling: Wiggins gets better of pal. 233
The Olympics 2004: Equestrianism: LAW AWARDED TOP SPOT. 279
The Olympics 2004: Heptathlon: SOTHERTON'S HEP HOORAY! Birchfield's Kelly grabs a bronze. 770
The Olympics 2004: Rowing: Pinsent 'is best in the world'. 283
The Olympics 2004: Rowing: PINSENT IS OAR-SOME; Tears of joy as Matt nets fourth gold. 648
The Olympics 2004: Rowing: WILLIAMS SHELL-SHOCKED. 324
The Olympics 2004: Sailing: Elated Ainslie makes history. 337
THE pounds 500,000 CANNABIS FACTORY IN A LOFT; Police swoop finds 120 plants, irrigation and lighting systems. 479
THEY FOUGHT THE LAW AND THE LAW WON. 342
Three killed in Iraq blast. 84
VILLAGERS TARGETED BY ANIMAL RIGHTS THUGS; Extremists attack residents over local guinea pig farm. 569
WAS EMILIE VICTIM OF A SERIAL ATTACKER? As parents of murdered French girl fly to UK. 476
WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 311
WHY I LOVE BRUM - BY JODIE, THE 'REAL DEAL'. 143
WHY IT COSTS MORE TO SEE ALBION THAN REAL MADRID; MERCURY INVESIGATES MIDLANDS SEASON TICKET RIP-OFF. 825

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