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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (March 7, 2004)

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'Scream' mask rapists hunt. 90
Activists may de-select her from Midland seat. 181
AFRICAN NATION IS SET TO SUE BRITAIN. 92
Airport gun claim row. 103
ASK ANNA: ANNA SAYS... 165
ASK ANNA: HE IS JUST SO USELESS WITH MONEY. 207
ASK ANNA: I don't want to give birth. 271
ASK ANNA: I THINK I'M A PAEDO. 205
ASK ANNA: I WANT MY KIDS BUT I'M GAY. 215
ASK ANNA: WHY DO WOMEN HAVE TO WORRY? 211
Athletics: GARDENER BACKED FOR ATHENS GOLD. 288
Athletics: Helen's hopes rest on relay. 285
Athletics: KELLY TUMBLES OUT OF MEDALS; Holmes' title bid wrecked by fall. 434
Athletics: KELLY TUMBLES OUT OF MEDALS; Holmes' title bid wrecked by fall. 439
Athletics: TROMANS RUNS INTO RECORD BOOKS. 278
AUNTIE'S BLOOMERS; EXCLUSIVE Pants TV show on the way as BBC accused of dumbing down. 521
BACK of the NET: OLD BOYS' FIGHT WILL FIRE HARRIERS; THE WEBSITE VIEW. 411
Badminton: ARCHER BANKS ON BRUM CROWD. 288
Badminton: WHY WON'T THEY LET MY WIFE JOIN ME?; EXCLUSIVE Dilemma for England ace. 807
Basketball: WE'RE FEE-LING POSITIVE; Fans' favourite ROB PATERNOSTRO gives Mercury Sport readers the inside news and views from the Bullets' camp every Sunday. 353
BIN LADEN, THE POET WHO BANS COCA COLA. 109
BLAIR'S JIBE AT EX SPIN DOCTOR. 169
Books: The heart of the matter. 691
Books: VERY SWEET DREAM; REVIEW. 248
Books: WIN A SET OF FOUR BESTSELLERS. 417
BUY IT OR BIN IT; UPLIFTING FLORAL PRODUCTS. 274
CAR GIRLS RESCUED FROM RIVER. 216
Catching up with the net. 100
COMPETITIONS: MAKE YOUR MUM FRONT PAGE NEWS. 125
COMPETITIONS: WIN a taste of India. 398
COMPETITIONS: WIN THIS GREAT GAS FIRE. 390
Cricket: ENGLAND'S PACE ACES TO BATTER WINDIES; GLADSTONE SMALL EXCLUSIVE Harmison key to series win. 845
Cricket: Fit Thorpe shrugs off back ache. 504
Cricket: STEVE WILL PROVE SO HARM-FUL TO WINDIES; GLADSTONE SMALL EXCLUSIVE Durham seamer vital to England. 844
Cricket: Test boost as Thorpe hits form. 549
DATE SET FOR MIDLANDS HEARING INTO DR KELLY'S DEATH. 138
DEATH THREAT CLAIM AT JAGUAR TRIBUNAL; EXCLUSIVE. 436
Diana death driver was not drunk. 180
DOGGING SEX SHAME OF SECOND TOP MIDLAND SOCCER STAR (...and TV presenter, police chief and local politician; EXCLUSIVE. 842
DOGGING SEX SHAME OF SECOND TOP MIDLAND SOCCER STAR; EXCLUSIVE (...and TV presenter, police chief and local politician. 861
Dr FORSTER: The doctor nose best; Dr George Forster gives you the facts about ... aromatherapy. 465
Eat properly for just pounds 43 a week. 1083
EATING IN; 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. 482
EATING OUT Taste of real fun; EPIC' BAR BRASSERIE, Dunhampton. 492
EU'S STORM IN A TEA CUP. 212
FACE to FACE: DAVE JONES: I do get called boring - but people only see my manager's head. They don't see me away from my job...; LEE McLAUGHLAN discovers that Wolves boss Dave Jones is not as serious as we would all believe... not away from football, anyway! 2275
Family fly out to see jailed footballers. 485
Family fly out to see jailed footballers. 523
FIEND'S FLING WITH GAY KILLER IN BRUM SAUNA; EXCLUSIVE. 958
Fighting back after losing my husband at just 33; Maggy Whitehouse was widowed at 33, only a year after she married her first husband Henry. The former journalist worked through her grief by spending some time alone at Ayers Rock in Australia. Today Maggy, 47, is a life coach and lives with astrologer Peter Dickinson, 50, in Blackwell, Worcestershire. 793
Football: 2-goal van drives home his point; MAN UTD 2 FULHAM 1. 507
Football: A BLAST from the PAST; LEE McLAUGHLAN finds out why former Wolves star Mark Atkins has ended up in plaster... even after injury ended his soccer career. 612
Football: ADRIAN MAKES HIS NAME FOR JAN. 439
Football: AKINBIYI GIVES 'EM WAT FOR!; STOKE CITY 3 WATFORD 1. 238
Football: Ashton treble trouble; WIGAN 2 CREWE 3. 220
Football: Bantams boosted; ROTHERHAM 1 BRADFORD 2. 164
Football: Beale: Our class can keep us up. 632
Football: Bonsor relies on Merson to ease worries. 824
Football: BRUCE IN DREAMLAND; BLUES 2 BOLTON 0 Super Blues on course for a Euro adventure. 948
Football: CLASSY RUGBY TORCH CINDERS; WESTERN DIVISION Cinderford Town . . 1 Rugby United ....5 Five-goal reply to early shocker. 1537
Football: CONFERENCE. 199
Football: County penalty agony; 9 NOTTS CO 0 PLYMOUTH 0. 205
Football: Daryl's double crushes Burton; Chester City ..... 3 Burton Albion ....1. 197
Football: Foyle in ref fury; BLACKPOOL 2 PORT VALE 1. 191
Football: Fuller's red card shame; BURNLEY 1 PRESTON 1. 221
Football: Gills strike late to end Forest run; GILLINGHAM 2 NOTTM FOREST 1. 428
Football: Gunners just too hot for Pompey; 5 PORTSMOUTH 1 ARSENAL 5. 389
Football: Gunners shoot down Pompey; 5 PORTSMOUTH 1 ARSENAL 5. 396
Football: HE'S A BREAD & BUTTER PLAYER; NON-LEAGUE Simon puts catering on hold for Bulls glory bid. 688
Football: Home help for Sanchez. 81
Football: I had point to prove says Ruud; MAN UTD 2 FULHAM 1. 507
Football: I HAVEN'T GOT TIME FOR FAME GAME -TAYLOR; Mag star Martin focuses on Blues. 774
Football: IF CAMARA CLICKS HE'LL KEEP US UP; KENNY MILLER EXCLUSIVE: Henri's goals could hold the key to Wolves' survival bid. 802
Football: INTERNO-NO; EXCLUSIVE 5th-place Blues want direct UEFA Cup spot. 363
Football: KIDDY'S BLITZ LIFTS GLOOM; KIDDERMINSTER 4 YORK CITY 1 Molby is given a safety booster. 900
Football: LEE TALKS GOOD GAME; WEST HAM 0 WALSALL 0 Colin's plan works oracle for Walsall. 882
Football: McCann return a big Hitz with Tom. 592
Football: Missing matches really is a pain -Hoult. 877
Football: Niblett keeps leaders in sight; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 388
Football: OGGY NOT STUMPED BY NEW ROLE. 408
Football: Owusu double; PALACE 2 READING 2. 183
Football: Pete's header foils Malvern; WEST MIDLAND LEAGUE. 375
Football: Rangers fail to capitalise on City slip; DIVISION 2/3 ROUND-UP. 397
Football: ROB DELIVERS FOR BAGGIES; ALBION 3 COVENTRY 0 Hulse ends drought in Albion stroll. 883
Football: ROB JOY. 120
Football: Robins enjoy a late revival; CHELTENHAM 3 LINCOLN CITY 2. 243
Football: Romulus double blow for Bolehall; ICIS MIDLAND COMBINATION. 335
Football: Saddlers eye Craig. 146
Football: Tony's strike Nayls Lambs; TAMWORTH 0 TELFORD 1. 404
Football: WILKIN IS BACK ...WITH A BANG; PREMIER DIVISION Nuneaton Borough 1 Moor Green .....0 Borough earn Moors revenge. 916
Foster's book mentions PM. 158
FREETIME: Go backstage at Robot wars. 441
FROGGY: Coventry on the up. 113
FROGGY: James is so shirty. 125
FROGGY: Mac will be the man to lead England; RADIO 5 LIVE'S STEVE FROGGATT WRITES FOR MERCURY SPORT. 483
FROGGY: Sort life out, Stan. 122
FROGGY: THE COST OF BAD TACKLE. 165
George Tyndale Column: HANG YOUR HEAD IN SHAME, CLARE. 264
George Tyndale Column: ONLY COLLYMORE COULD GIVE SLEAZE A BAD NAME. 156
George Tyndale Column: Our sick country of skivers. 380
Get rid of families from hell. 167
GIVE A CHILD HEALTH. 374
GOLD FURY AS QUEEN SNUBS BLUES' BRADY; EXCLUSIVE. 532
Golf: LAST-HOLE CHIP CHEERS UP MAC. 473
Golf: MARK GETS READY FOR CHALLENGE; Mouland: I'll fight back to Tour. 830
Government's web purge. 189
HARRY'S HAVING A BALL; Royal rugby rumble in Africa. 782
HE'S PART OF THE FAMILY. 269
Holidays: BRIT of ALRIGHT - Winding road that leads to another world. 1129
Holidays: Cliff hanger; Hitting the heights... but stay away from the edge. 993
Holidays: Hitting your Peak; Stepping out in search of Britain's hidden gems. 90
Holidays: Rolling hills, tea rooms and the Black Death. 743
Holidays: WIN stylish city breaks. 458
HOMES & GARDENS: ASK TOBY. 86
HOMES & GARDENS: Get out for a party. 645
HOMES & GARDENS: PLANT OF THE WEEK. 85
I THOUGHT MY BLOKE WAS A WOLVES HERO. 567
I tried to kill myself. I got a knife and I put it against my skin...; EXCLUSIVE 10-YEAR-OLD VICTIM OF TROPHY RAPIST TELLS MERCURY OF HER TORMENT. 681
I TRIED TO KILL MYSELF; EXCLUSIVE. 120
I'd just had a beautiful baby and couldn't even hold her; EXCLUSIVE. 1511
IMAX RESCUE BID. 228
IT'S JUST LIKE HAVING A BABY. 289
JAMELIA I was going to New Year murder party. 543
jobs on sunday Could you help kids like Toni Ann?; Desperate need for more social workers. 595
Jobs on sunday: Learn about technology; GETTING INTO ... Computer Support Engineer. 500
Jobs on sunday: LOOKING FOR TALENT. 143
kiss &tell: ALEX BEST'S HEARTACHE. 122
kiss &tell: SANDRA'S BIKER LOVER. 161
kiss &tell: Wacko Jacko's court on net. 232
kiss &tell: WALK ON THE MILD SIDE. 83
Letter: M6 Toll: The good, the bad and the ugly. 230
Letter: M6 Toll: The good, the bad and the ugly. 91
Letter: Post Office exodus. 97
Letter: PUTTING IT RIGHT. 94
Letter: Tears hide hypocrisy. 96
Letter: Why must we pay for Campbell? 109
LINE UP WITH YOUR ENGLAND HEROES. 678
MIDLAND MAN HELD IN U.S. OVER 1984 MURDER; EXCLUSIVE. 554
Midlands goes barking mad... 178
MORE COPS COULD FACE POWELL CHARGES. 458
MOTOR MAX: A small car that's hassle free. 293
MOTOR MAX: It stands out from the crowd. 523
MOTOR MAX: LITTLE MARVEL THAT'S RED HOT; Skoda supermini is just Fabia-lous. 485
MOTORCYCLING: NEIL'S REVVED UP - GP CHIEF. 271
Movies: Matter of life and death; 21 GRAMS (15). 250
Movies: STYLE OVER SUBSTANCE IS ALL TORQUE; TORQUE (15). 217
Movies: UPTOWN GIRLS (12A). 255
Movies: VIEW FROM THE SOFA; What's new to rent this week. 404
Naked man flees crash. 125
New visa to be introduced. 122
NHS CASH SAVERS WASTE pounds 70,000 AFTER BLUNDER. 235
ON THIS DAY... 160
OTHER TERRIBLE TELLY TURN-OFFS. 103
PLAY: BEV BEVAN'S RETRO ROCK. 162
PLAY: CD REVIEWS. 442
PLAY: GAME ON - Battling it out in war of secrets; DEUS EX: INVISIBLE WAR (PC & X-Box, Eidos). 313
QUIZ OVER MILLY DEATH. 91
Racing: Henderson has Isio on special list. 475
Racing: Isio victory takes Nicky close to pounds 1m. 475
Racing: Reiziger in form to end drought. 363
REBEL CLARE FACES BOOT. 317
Reigning cats and dogs. 435
Roman is UK's richest. 108
Rugby Union: Beale: Our class can keep us up. 632
Rugby Union: CUP HEROES OUTCLASSED BY IRELAND; ENGLAND ..........13 IRELAND ....19 Unbeaten run ended in Six Nations shock. 756
Rugby Union: Defiant Walsall settle the issue; ROUND-UP. 199
Rugby Union: OLD BOYS IN FOR ROUGH RIDE AT BEES; Maynard: We'll make pair's return unhappy. 718
Rugby Union: PHILIPPE RAISES SALE. 277
Rugby Union: Pirates let Warriors off hook; PENZANCE 24 WORCESTER 49. 432
Rugby Union: Scots' boss is left blue by defeat. 478
Rugby Union: SEMI-FINAL TICKETS. 133
Rugby Union: SOUL SURVIVOR!; James hopes to stay at Sixways and call the tune in Premiership. 701
Rugby Union: Thomas seeks home comfort. 256
Rugby Union: Tigers surrender in fight for Jaco. 163
Spoiled for choice; CHUNG YING CANTONESE RESTAURANT, Birmingham. 222
SPORTS LETTERS: Readers Letter. 140
STOP THESE BRUTAL FIGHTS; Head-butts, biting in city boxing show. 402
STREET OF SHAME; EXCLUSIVE Cops called out 351 times in 18 months. 608
STREET STAR THREATENED BY EXTREMISTS. 287
STYLE GURU; Nick Batty, 25, is store manager at DKNY in The Mailbox, Birmingham. He lives in Edgbaston with his best friend. 404
SUICIDE LESSON WOMAN WANTS TO BE STUDENT COUNSELLOR; Plans to work at husband's college. 464
Telly should clean up act. 167
The BACK page: How can U.S. girls be better than Giggs?; A suspicious IAN CLARKSON asks just how much of a say Pele actually had in picking his line-up of FIFA centenary superstars? 647
The BOX: Births, deaths and...; MUST SEE William and Mary ITV1, 9pm, Sunday. 146
The BOX: CLOSE UP: CLOSE UP Home girls; Murder in Suburbia ITV1, 9.15pm, Saturday. 674
The BOX: Close Up: Film BOX. 350
The BOX: CLOSE UP: Mark's on the right tracks. 667
The BOX: CLOSE UP: Soap BOX. 270
The BOX: Murder in Suburbia ITV1, 9.15pm, Saturday. 112
The BOX: New Series: I hope my bump looks big on telly; William and Mary ITV1, 9pm, Sunday. 662
The BOX: New Series: I quit uni to be an actress. 388
The BOX: New Series: Radio star books in; Black Books Channel 4, 10pm, Thursday. 529
The BOX: Soap BOX. 280
The DIET COACH: I wish I could just say no like my pal; Diet coach JUDY CITRON answers all your dieting questions to help you get into shape. 465
THE KRAYS Twins who ruled the East End through sick violence; 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. NEXT WEEK: MYRA HINDLEY AND IAN BRADY'S MOORS MURDERS. 1400
THE SADDEST OF NURSERIES; EXCLUSIVE Parents' heartbreak as they lose court battle to keep daughter. 482
Tories will win election. 88
Walker dies after fall. 85
WE MUST START LOCKING UP MORE OFFENDERS. 300
WE WANNABE STARS; Hundreds of Big Brother hopefuls queue for fame. 361
WE'VE NEVER OVER EATEN; Sister of teenager who died weighing 17 stone blames the food industry. 720
WHERE ARE THEY NOW. 160
Woman in plunge riddle. 252
Women win working men's club victory. 192
Youngsters snub fruit. 142

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