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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (July 11, 2004)

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'CRACKER' CALLED IN TO CATCH RAIL NUT; Vandal causing havoc and putting passengers at risk. 573
'Skint' Brando leaves pounds 15m. 83
ALLIES URGE BLAIR NOT TO QUIT. 295
Around the city in sixty minutes; The musical Ridin' The No 8 opened at The Rep last week. LORNE JACKSON took his own entertaining journey on board Birmingham's famous inner-city bus. 1059
Athletics: LEWIS-FRANCIS SHOT DOWN BY FLYING 'BULLET' But sprinter books Olympic place. 761
Athletics: Mal's no problem - Caines. 298
Athletics: MARK BOOKS ATHENS DATE. 124
BASRA APPEAL. 86
BOXING: Bulldog on scent of a British title. 637
Boyden's Bunch: Namesake and his 6 star pals. 251
Boyden's Bunch: Suits you, fur; THE WEIRD AND WACKY WORLD OF MALCOLM BOYDEN. 843
Brian happy to lap up boos. 364
Change its priorities. 151
CHARITY MAY FACE FRAUD SQUAD PROBE. 329
Clean sweep of huge lotto. 81
Cricket: CHANDANA LIFTS SRI LANKA. 252
Cricket: ENGLAND 'SPECIAL' TO GILES. 544
Cricket: HOT HICK THE KEY MAN FOR PEARS. 555
Cricket: Lord's strife for Brian as Black Caps turn up heat; KIWIS ON FIRE BEFORE RAIN ARRIVES. 1146
Cricket: My main role as a coach is to produce cricketers for England. Second is to win trophies; FACE TO FACE: TOM MOODY Worcestershire's Aussie coach tells BEN MOTTRAM he's happy trying to bring on talented young stars who could end up playing against his homeland. 1702
Cricket: NICK'S IN LINE FOR A SPEEDY RETURN. 594
Cricket: SELL-OUT AT LORD'S. 113
Cricket: Tim heaps the agony on K&D; BANKS'S B'HAM & DIST PREMIER CRICKET ROUND-UP. 404
Cricket: Tim: Roar talent can put Bears in with a big shout. 882
Cycling: Perfect finish is Filip for Italian. 354
Dance till you're fit. 127
Depressed by people's ignorance; Disability is not a bonus. 313
DES BACK AT THE BEEB. 87
Disability is not a bonus. 115
DJ'S RADIO GA-GA FOR HIS WIFE'S SISTER; Tim in fantasy prank on live show. 633
EX BBC CHIEF IN SUE THREAT. 156
Ex Wolves star on race abuse charge. 131
Football: 'I WANT NEW DEAL'. 190
Football: BLUES ON PARLOUR STAND-BY; Gunners ace could be Robbie's replacement. 341
Football: Darren: Moore the merrier to keep Baggies' dreams alive. 799
Football: DAVIS: I WANT TO WIN SPURS. 219
Football: I'M DESPERATE TO DIG IN FOR BLUES - BLACK; Eric calls time on gardening leave. 920
Football: LEEDS BOSS: FANS MUST FACE FACTS. 492
Football: LUA PAY DEMAND SHAKES ALBION. 427
Football: NAYLOR CONTRACT ROW. 401
Football: Nobby's Peru star. 181
Football: PALACE EYE ALLBACK. 262
Football: Perez: Roo could be a Real catch. 356
Football: Please let me stay at Molineux begs Joey. 682
Football: TOM: VILLA CAN END MY NIGHTMARE; Premier's best for me - Hitz. 737
Football: Vid's 'No' to Hoops. 149
Football: Walsall aim for Cooke. 201
Freetime: Choose A Title. 124
Freetime: Pub quiz. 366
Freetime: Spend a day with Scooby. 334
Fury as killer gets six years. 86
George Tyndale: BAN ALL ASSAULTS. 205
George Tyndale: DRIVERS OFF LABOUR MAP. 210
George Tyndale: FITTING TRIBUTE. 107
George Tyndale: NHS CARE IS SO SICK. 149
George Tyndale: Red-card this divorce pay-out. 381
GIVE A CHILD HEALTH. 212
Golf: Broadhurst: I am delighted to give up my week off. 1001
Golf: CLARKE SHAPES UP FOR BIG IMPACT. 478
Golf: Dyson set for Open. 112
Golf: HOT DUO PUT BITE ON TIGER. 531
Golf: MAJOR STARS OUT OF SORTS. 530
Golf: PAT HOPES TWO GO ONE BETTER. 270
Golf: Paul: Time to get my name on the board. 858
Gran's late, late show. 138
Holidays: King and country. 996
Holidays: Tepee or not tepee. 920
I HAD TO BORROW MONEY TO BUY FOOD; Foot op left me nearly penniless, says athlete Ashia. 407
I just want to hold my little girl for the first time; HOW YOU CAN HELP CATCH BRUTAL THUG WHO WRECKED THIS FATHER'S LIFE. 1402
I'LL STARVE UNTIL I DIE; Josephine's hunger strike after 15 care home moves. 804
It's a fascist state now. 129
Jobs on Sunday: How to get the write stuff; You've seen the advert for the job of your dreams but you just can't make time to go get it. In the latest of our occasional Masterclass series we offer advice on saving time. 536
Jobs on Sunday: It's a Wonderfuel life; GETTING INTO: Gas engineering. 470
Kayleigh's up front again. 163
KING PRAWN CHOW MEIN KILLED MY HUBBY; Wife demands inquiry after George dies of allergic reaction. 615
Kiss & tell: Party in the Park: I'm not in love with Best mate. 139
Kiss & Tell: Party in the Park: Jordan's agony aunt to the stars. 244
Kiss & tell: Party in the Park: Natasha sticks up for big brother. 224
Kiss & tell: Party in the Park: Richie's daughter steals his spotlight. 110
Kiss & Tell: Party in the Park: Single girl Rachel coy about Friend. 181
Kiss & Tell: Party in the Park: Wedding bells calling. 176
LEFT FOR DEAD; And many Midlands hit-and-run killers will never be caught. 1211
Living with Nazis. 568
LONE RINGER; Only one call made from phone box in whole year. 533
Man arrested over attack. 99
MERCURY AND FAMILY OFFER pounds 10,000 REWARD. 209
MIDLAND LAWYER IN POLICE MOB PROBE. 541
Motor Max: By Jimny, a cheap little off-roader ROWLEY. 494
Motor Max: Classy Skoda makes up for past horrors. 480
Motor racing: FAST FINNISH FOR KIMI. 376
Motor racing: FLYING THE FLAG AT LAST. 144
Motor racing: I WILL WIN IT FOR BRITAIN SAYS BUTTON; Ferrari tactics called into question. 951
MotorMax: Chrysler goes for the military look. 170
MotorMax: MAGIC MICRA; The classic learner driver car gets a new funky modern makeover. 506
MotorMax: Two diesels to bolster X3 range. 139
National cops to catch killers just like Huntley. 687
Now tap water can make you FAT, say experts; FLUORIDE 'LINK TO OBESITY'. 390
ON THIS DAY... 151
Police reveal man was arrested. 214
Policy is a shambles. 97
pounds 10,000 REWARD; Help us nail the evil thug who left this dad paralysed. 130
PUB WALL FALLS ON BOY. 129
Pups on the beat. 87
Racing: Fonthill Road is primed to strike. 372
Racing: Royal favourite just edged out. 366
Rich should get benefits. 117
Ring now to catch thug. 247
Robbie Savage: Liverpool can Kop title with ace Steve. Interview 530
Robbie Savage: No Glenn in France. Interview 205
Robbie Savage: Slow's sure for Fergie. Interview 117
Rugby union: Fortey: Aisle be fit in good time for my big day. 584
Rugby union: IAN'S DRAW FOR JOSH. 430
RUNAWAY GIRLS MAY BE STAYING IN BRUM. 131
SCAPEGOAT ENGLAND FAN 'IN PUB FIGHT' He's held over fracas after Euro 2004 game. 565
She can tame the terrible tot tantrums. 536
Socks appeal; STARS JOIN IN RED-SOCK RUN FOR SPORTS RELIEF. 194
SPEEDWAY: Robson marks 10-year career. 404
SPRINTS WILLIAM. 91
Staggered by story. 88
TENNIS: DFS hope for Maria return. 249
TENNIS: WARKS AIM HIGH. 154
The Back Page: England need to ring Bears' run king Bell! After England's dismal NatWest Series showing, BEN MOTTRAM says the selectors need to look to Edgbaston to end their one-day nightmare. 602
The Back Page: Sports letters: Masterful Eriksson. 84
The Back Page: Sports letters: World of change. 131
The Back Page: VAUGHAN'S HUMILITY IS A LESSON TO BECKS; Comment. 290
The Box: Close up: Brian happy to lap up boos; Where The Heart Is ITV1, 8pm, Sunday. 374
The Box: Close up: I'll always be the rain man. 894
The Box: Close up: She can tame the terrible tot tantrums; Supernanny Channel 4, 9pm, Wednesday. 544
The Box: Close up: Soap Box. 277
The Box: Drama: Film Box. 327
The Box: Drama: Living with Nazis. 596
The Box: Reality: Hall or nothing for Griff; Restoration BBC2, 9pm, Tuesday. 613
The Box: Reality: Soap Box. 287
THE LONE RINGER; Only one call made from phone box in whole year. 541
The Mag: Books: BOOK ENDS: THRILLER RELIES ON FAMILIAR FORMULA; Digital Fortress (Orion, pounds 6.99) DAN BROWN. 325
The Mag: Books: King nears his crowning glory; STEPHEN KING Song Of Susannah (Hodder & Stoughton, pounds 25). 457
The Mag: COOKING WITH MOTHER. 1689
The Mag: EATING IN: WARM GRILLED VEGETABLE SALAD WITH BASIL & MOZZARELLA; 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. 508
The Mag: Eating Out: Delighted by perfect Mix of flavours. 391
The Mag: Eating Out: Taste of rural relaxation; ODFELLOWS WINE BAR, SHIFNAL. 180
The Mag: ENERGETIC TRIBUTE TO FOSSE'S WAY WITH SHOWS; REVIEW: FOSSE, Birmingham Hippodrome. 174
The Mag: Fashion: WIN pounds 1,000 OF VOUCHERS; And you could dress like this. 463
The Mag: Gardens: TV'S TOBY'S TOP TIPS. 152
The Mag: Gardens: Wheel good thing. 501
The Mag: Health: Bend it like Geri; SHE is the yoga trainer to the stars. Now Katy Appleton, who lists Geri Halliwell and Sarah Ferguson as clients, is coming to Birmingham to offer 25 lucky Sunday Mercury readers a free celebrity yoga session. Lifestyle Editor ZOE CHAMBERLAIN caught up with her at her new retreat in the Maldives. 893
The Mag: Health: DIET COACH The Is it right to cheat about weight? Diet coach JUDY CITRON answers all your dieting questions to help you get into shape. 499
The Mag: Health: Dr FORSTER Can old remedies be best medicine? Dr George Forster answers your questions. 474
The Mag: Health: WIN AN EXCLUSIVE CLASS WITH KATY APPLETON. 122
The Mag: Here to help: Ask Anna: She's been cold since I proposed; SHE'S THE ANSWER TO ALL YOUR PROBLEMS. 1243
The Mag: Homes: 6 FOR VIEWING: HIGH LIVING. 578
The Mag: Homes: Wood you believe it? NEW LOOK FOR COTSWOLDS. 322
The Mag: Just like mum used to make. 112
The Mag: Movies: BUSH WHACKING; FAHRENHEIT 9/11 (15). 193
THE MAG: MOVIES: Coogan's bluff is full of hot air. 302
The Mag: Movies: DEADLY THRILLER; TWISTED (15). 233
THE MAG: MOVIES: THE STORY OF THE WEEPING CAMEL (U). 221
The Mag: Movies: TROUBLE AT MILL; WALKING TALL (15). 217
The Mag: Play: BEV BEVAN'S RETRO ROCK. 303
The Mag: Play: CD REVIEWS. 459
The Mag: Play: SENSATIONAL FLAVOUR OF SWAMP; TONY JOE WHITE Robin 2, Bilston. 241
The Mag: Play: Small wonder; Last week rock superstars Ash played a top secret gig for just a handful of fans. CHARLOTTE WARD was there. 241
The Mag: Real Life: BUY IT OR BIN IT: SELFTANNING. 260
The Mag: Real Life: Dying son helped me discover healing touch; NOW I'M HELPING PATIENTS COPE. 1132
The Mag: Real Life: We wed after car crash nearly killed us; Most couples spend years planning their wedding.But chef Mandy and gamekeeper Andy Bailey met, fell in love and married in just 12 months - after almost dying in a horrific car crash.Mandy, 31, and Andy, 27, are now waiting for the all-clear from doctors before they can go on their honeymoon. The couple live in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. 862
THE PAIN WON'T GO AWAY; The mother of Man Utd's Jimmy Davis tells of her grief. 549
This tin shack's yours for pounds 180,000. 199
THUNDERBIRDS: WIN VIP tickets to charity film premiere. 349
Tycoon-row author killed; WORLD. 84
VAN NISTEL-JOY. 95
Vicar sorry after Church carpeting. 139
VIEW FROM THE SOFA; What's new to rent this week. 499
Wanted Love in hospital. 107
WHERE ARE THEY NOW. 298
WIN all their F.A.B episodes on DVD. 298
You are feeling sleepy... FORGET THE USUAL DRILL, THIS DENTIST WILL HYPNOTISE YOU. 216

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