Printer Friendly

Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (May 9, 2004)

1-224 out of 224 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
A Blast From The Past; Tough-tackling defender Tony Dobson tells IAN CLARKSON how his new manager's praise counted for nothing at Coventry City. 1037
A FAMILY AT WAR; I supported our troops going in, says the father of lawyer fighting for Iraqi victims. 533
Abuse warning 3 months ago. 157
ALL ABROAD FOR TEACHER FREEBIES; Lavish hotels, Jacuzzis and free drinks. 587
ASIAN COMIC IN RACE ATTACK CLAIM. 91
Baby hit by glass 'stable'. 108
BACK of the NET: THE WEBSITE VIEW - MAC'S 'INSTANT SUCCESS' IS MYTH; Gary Mabbutt's Knee www.GMKonline.com. 393
BAN'S A REAL BELLY-ACHE; Baggies fan in trouble for showing off tum. 460
Battle of the busts; STARS SHINE AT SOAP AWARDS. 173
BOXING: Harrison is made to go extra mile. 659
Boxing: JAMALI: I NEED BIG PAT ON MY BACK; Hamid pins hopes on slave-driver Cowdell. 602
BOYDEN'S BUNCH: I was once a poor boy called Jack; Each week MALCOLM BOYDEN travels the Midlands to meet the weird, the wacky and the wonderful. 897
BRITS HATE HOLS FOOD. 80
Brown 'better bet' for Labour. 108
Charity report goes to police. 81
CHILDREN FOR PEACE: Thanks for all your help; GIVE A CHILD HEALTH: BASRA APPEAL. 206
CHOKED TO DEATH ON A DOUGHNUT; Family to sue nursing home. 686
CLONAN FAMILY: DNA WILL PROVE PRIEST IS DEAD. 426
CLOSED DOWN; Lock-up for violent kids we exposed as security nightmare. 520
Council staff accused of racist abuse. 209
Cricket: Afzaal's ton stuns Sussex; NORTHANTS v SUSSEX. 203
Cricket: Barnt can't bank on taking title says Jones; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE CRICKET. 656
Cricket: BOND BACK TO BEST AS PEARS TOIL; W0RCESTERSHIRE v NEW ZEALAND - Rain wreaks havoc at New Road again. 804
Cricket: Drop-outs 'show a lack of respect'. 253
Cricket: I WANT TO KEEP ON GOING; Veteran Leatherdale keen to extend career. 749
Cricket: JORDAN'S A SIX-SHOOTER. 318
Cricket: KNIGHT OFFERS HOPE TO HIS YOUNG GUNS. 768
Cricket: Leaders are left to rue washout; KENT v GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 220
Cricket: Munton gets Bears role. 107
Cricket: MURALI ON TOP OF THE WORLD; Spin wizard sets new Test wickets record. 657
Cricket: NASSER ROLE HIT BY RAIN; DURHAM v ESSEX. 189
Cricket: PIPER: I'M TOO HOT FOR FROST. 517
Cricket: Pothas ton gives Hampshire hope; HAMPSHIRE v DERBYSHIRE. 349
Cricket: Ryan on song for new side; NOTTINGHAMSHIRE v GLAMORGAN RYAN. 214
Cricket: Strauss is back in county swing; MIDDLESEX v LANCASHIRE. 232
Cruise told he's too fat. 84
DRUG RIDDLE OF DRIVER FOUND DEAD IN LAY-BY; Man had warned police he was murder target. 578
FAB: TRACY ISLAND IN CITY SHOW. 272
FACE to FACE: BRIAN LITTLE - Beating United put into place a belief that Villa were able to carry on for the best part of five years; VILLA'S clash against Manchester United next week could be the defining match of the club's season. But they haven't beaten United at home in the Premiership for nine years. The last Villa boss to do that was Brian Little who takes NEIL MOXLEY back down memory lane. 1760
Final curtain for opera. 97
Football: ALBION REVIEW 2004. 159
Football: Anxious Andy. 172
Football: Boro pile on the misery for Kev; MIDDLESBROUGH 2 MAN CITY 1. 398
Football: Boss in dark as Blake set to leave. 541
Football: Boss's rocket fires Jermain; SPURS 1 BLACKBURN 0. 204
Football: BOWLED OVER; Cricket's a Port in a storm for Delaney. 941
Football: BRUCE: WE'RE EMPTY. 417
Football: Champs Argyle finish with a flourish; DIVISION 2/3 ROUND-UP. 306
Football: Chris: My dream's a nightmare. 777
Football: COLEMAN LOOKS BACK IN ANGUISH. 214
Football: ERIC GAVE SKY BLUES HOPE -CYRILLE; Black sack stuns Regis. 648
Football: EUROPE IS STILL MY AIM -O'LEARY; Villa refuse to throw in towel. 386
Football: Foxes throw a farewell party for the fans; LEICESTER 3 PORTSMOUTH 1. 687
Football: Gee on road to Notts. 441
Football: HAAS ABOUT THAT THEN! Bernt delighted by double dream. 886
Football: Hinton: I don't fancy bacon and axe. 426
Football: HORSE AIMING HIGH. 278
Football: I was rooting for the English, says Houllier. 263
Football: I won't stand for slackers -Megson. 887
Football: I won't take on Paul for the job -Simon. 675
Football: IT'S NOT SO BLUE FOR PETER; Enckelman can show he's far from Finnished -Nico. 969
Football: Jason is just ace. 97
Football: Maradona improving. 120
Football: MERSON: MY THERAPY CAN SAVE SEASON; Saddlers boss defies odds. 747
Football: MOLBY TO CALL SHOTS; KIDDERMINSTER 2 BOSTON 0 Harriers players wait for decision on future. 842
Football: Moxey: EU can be sure Wolves are on the hunt. 608
Football: NO CHEAP POTTER-Y; Pulis to show no favours to sorry Gills. 466
Football: NOTTS EARN LATE POINT; NOTTS COUNTY 1 OLDHAM 1. 223
Football: Now Seyi is Albion target. 389
Football: O'Neill wants Rivaldo. 197
Football: Palace have it to do -Dowie. 382
Football: Price: Hopes rest on young Lambs. 754
Football: RAE HOMES IN ON TRUE BLUE DREAM; I'd love to pull on a Rangers shirt -Alex. 1079
Football: RICHARD IS REDS HERO; MERTHYR TYDFIL 0 REDDITCH 3 - Top scorer seals play-off glory. 395
Football: Robins pull plug on Terriers party; CHELTENHAM 1 HUDDERSFIELD 1. 201
Football: Ruud right at home to save Reds; MAN UTD 1 CHELSEA 1. 417
Football: Saddlers to get a spot of Rother. 250
Football: Silas makes plea to move from Wolves. 303
Football: SLACK BLUES ARE G'OWEN OUT ON LOW; BLUES 0 LIVERPOOL 3 England trio gun down Bruce boys. 700
Football: Smith spots chance to cheer Leeds; LEEDS UTD 3 CHARLTON 3. 390
Football: THOUGHT OF DROP MAKES ME SICK -WALKER. 611
Football: Vale heartache despite victory; RUSHDEN 0 PORT VALE 2. 219
Football: VILLA SUFFER EURO BLUES! SOUTHAMPTON 1 VILLA 1 But UEFA Cup place is still in sight. 837
Football: We'll light up screen -Lennie. 448
Football: Wenger: I won't leave Gunners. 530
Football: WENGER: I'D BE HAPPY TO TAKE ON A NEW RIVAL; Arsenal boss relishing some more mind games. 448
Football: YOURI'S RECORD DOUBLE; EVERTON 1 BOLTON 2. 243
Formula One: BUTTON: I'LL BATTLE BACK; BAR driver vows to scrap from 14th. 646
Froggy: IT MUST BE REID AND RIGHT FOR COVENTRY. 295
Froggy: Smith is ideal for O'Leary. 308
Froggy: Wolves ready to blast back. 493
GEORGE TYNDALE: A SICK JOKE. 80
GEORGE TYNDALE: DISORDERS OF DESPAIR. 217
GEORGE TYNDALE: The real proof of brutality in Iraq. 383
GEORGE TYNDALE: WHY WASTE ALL THAT MONEY? 189
GIVE A CHILD HEALTH. 435
Golf: BIG DADDY BROADHURST; Paul lights Forest fire with stylish 66. 876
Golf: Blue day as Tom bid hits rocks. 709
Golf: Owen so hot under collar. 440
Health: The DIET COACH Exercise schemes leave me cold; Diet coach JUDY CITRON answers all your dieting questions to help you get into shape. 495
HERE'S HOW YOU COULD BE A WINNER! 247
History home needs relics. 96
Horrors facing the rookie bodyguards. 530
I want to fight love rival Flatley. 288
I'm not afraid to die says Hagman. 102
Iraqis 'abused a year ago'. 150
Jobs: Creating a web of intrigue; Getting into... web designer. 601
Jobs: My biggest step was so rewarding. 511
Joel's crash debris sold. 98
JUMBO EFFORT IN INDIAN POLL; Even elephants drafted in to help with massive vote. 561
Kids shot dead leaving game. 88
kiss &tell: BORED WITH SPEARS' NAKED AMBITION; BRITNEY SPEARS, BIRMINGHAM NIA. 361
kiss &tell: JAM FOR CHARITY. 92
Kiss and Tell: Gladiator Ace was a big softie. 230
LET ME BACK ON THE WARDS; Registered sex offender wants to treat YOU. 602
Letter: Bell laws no help to safety. 238
Letter: Britain is tolerant. 116
Letter: Chaos at the council. 82
Letter: Cyclists need rules. 80
Letter: Home never said sorry. 123
Letter: Nightmare at airport. 192
Letter: Quality on the buses. 109
Letter: WHERE ARE THEY NOW. 182
MAKE YOUR DAD FRONT PAGE NEWS. 157
Maxine free this week? 92
More BNP teachers in Midland schools. 105
MORE VICTIMS JOIN WONDER DRUG LAWSUIT; Mercury expose prompts 50 new claims. 419
MOTOR MAX: NOT A CAR TO DAI FOUR; Test driving Daihatsu's Terios Sport. 481
MOTOR MAX: Sleek cat is purr-fect. 517
MOTOR MAX: Smallest Audi is A-OK. 444
Motormax: Fun on the road with good sport. 188
New evidence in pop death. 80
OAP LEAVES MERCURY CHARITY pounds 17,000. 322
ON THIS DAY... 188
Paisley's IRA talks vow. 104
PENSIONERS IN HOLIDAY PHONE CALL CON. 219
Poisoned heroin alert in Midlands. 202
Potter stars in bad spell. 82
QUARTER OF MIDLANDS MAIL ARRIVES LATE. 401
Racing: AIDAN'S CAT ON TARGET. 163
Racing: DETTORI DELIGHT; Frankie beats winning path on Percussionist. 513
Racing: Ellison set to taste victory. 354
Racing: Gibson aiming for best score. 361
ROBOT WARS IN MIDLANDS. 593
Rugby Union: BATH PULL PLUG ON RIVALS; BATH 41 GLOUCESTER 7. 455
Rugby Union: Sigley may leave Bees. 376
Rugby Union: SMITH HOMES IN ON SUCCESS; Ian: Moseley glory days can return. 835
Rugby Union: TIGERS ROAR ON; WASPS 17 LEICESTER 48 - Shocking Wasps are put to sword. 593
See beauty of bacteria. 95
SEVERN UP; Aussies flocking to surf the Midlands. 469
SEX AND VIOLENCE. 534
Shamed talkshow host wants to be Euro MP. 97
SPEEDWAY: Bees on course for new buzz! 402
SPORTS LETTERS: Fans not respected. 150
SPORTS LETTERS: O'Leary is top man. 178
Sunday Mercury COMMENT: Make it first class again. 166
Sunday Mercury COMMENT: Stay away Dr Pervert. 182
TEACHERS, LAWYERS, NURSES... YOU NAME IT THEY'RE IN THE BNP; Candidate's amazing boast. 809
TEARS FOR JACK,16, IN 100MPH DEATH. 681
Tears of red faced Caprice. 83
Teen arrested in virus hunt. 101
TERROR ARREST FANS BACK AT GROUND. 122
The BACK page: Will Games be another Greek ruin? THE Olympic Games are just months away, yet they already look like being a disaster. BEN MOTTRAM wonders whether the event will be a complete farce. 565
The BOX: Close Up - It's a Lara roles. 760
The BOX: CLOSE UP - Out to prove a point. 525
The BOX: Drama - James has six appeal; Murphy's Law BBC1, 9pm, Monday. 697
The BOX: EUROVISION FACTS. 162
The BOX: Film BOX. 333
The BOX: MUST SEE - Nasty Patsy; Emmerdale ITV, 7pm, Monday. 259
The BOX: NEW SERIES - Bruce is back in the groove. 637
The BOX: Soap BOX. 535
The BOX: Stars hoping it will be their turn to clean up; The British Soap Awards, ITV1, 8pm, Wednesday. 314
The day I found out my love-rat husband was a bigamist; WIFE TURNED DETECTIVE WHEN HUSBAND LEFT HER AFTER 14 YEARS OF MARRIAGE. 990
The Mag: ASK ANNA - BABY'S TURNED HOT LOVER INTO DAMP SQUIB. 361
The Mag: ASK ANNA - HAS HE ANY CLAIM? 138
The Mag: ASK ANNA - My brother's a DIY bore. 209
The Mag: ASK ANNA - WHY IS WIFE SO LAZY? 347
The Mag: BOOK ENDS; The Lonely Dead (Harper Collins, pounds 10) MICHAEL MARSHALL. 267
The Mag: BOOKS - Drawing inspiration; Sketches of Old Smethwick and Birmingham (Smethwick Heritage Centre Trust, pounds 7.95) ARCHIE EXTON. 437
The Mag: BUY IT OR BIN IT. 245
The Mag: CD REVIEWS - Between Here And Gone (Columbia) MARY CHAPIN CARPENTER. 86
The Mag: CD REVIEWS - Cultura (Albert) BREED 77. 83
The Mag: CD REVIEWS - GENE SIMMONS Asshole (Sanctuary). 84
The Mag: CD REVIEWS - KATHRYN WILLIAMS Relations (East West). 89
The Mag: CD REVIEWS - MARK JOSEPH Scream (14th Floor) PICK OF THE WEEK. 89
The Mag: Daydreams of dragons. 167
The Mag: EATING IN - BABY LEEK & POTATO SOUP WITH SMOKED MACKEREL; 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. 352
The Mag: EATING OUT - Cheap but not cheerful. 227
The Mag: EATING OUT - Delicious award winners to savour. 328
The Mag: Food - The green that's back in fashion; Watercress, once a staple food of the masses, is making a splash in kitchens once again. Lifestyle Editor ZOE CHAMBERLAIN finds out why it's back in favour. 1068
The Mag: FREETIME - Choose A Title. 120
The Mag: FREETIME - Pub quiz. 389
The Mag: FREETIME - Win the Tom & Jerry DVD. 344
The Mag: GAME ON - Driving force. 258
The Mag: GARDENS - TOP TIPS. 218
The Mag: GARDENS - Turf at the top; YOUR GUIDE TO CREATING A GREAT LAWN. 628
The Mag: Health - DR GEORGE FORSTER ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. 373
The Mag: Health - How to knock10 years off your looks. 1211
The Mag: HOLIDAYS - Pie and mighty. 797
The Mag: Holidays - TOP SECRET; We uncover two Canary Island treasures. 1115
The Mag: HOLIDAYS - WHISTLE STOP TOUR; MUSIC TO THE EARS OF ISLAND VISITORS. 760
The Mag: Holidays - WIN a family weekend break. 630
The Mag: Movies - CHEMISTRY TESTS; LAWS OF ATTRACTION (12A). 238
The Mag: Movies - Fight Van man; VAN HELSING (12A). 350
The Mag: Movies - NO ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS; WONDERLAND (18). 194
The Mag: Movies - TEENS' TRIVIAL PURSUITS; CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE DRAMA QUEEN (PG). 243
The Mag: Movies - View from the Sofa. 486
The Mag: PLAY - BEV BEVAN'S RETRO ROCK. 333
The Mag: PLAY - CHOO CHOO GOOD TO MISS; Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton THE RAILWAY CHILDREN,. 145
The Mag: PLAY - LADIES ARE BETTER IN THE FLESH; Carling Academy, Birmingham BARE NAKED LADIES. 166
The Mag: Real Life - We were seconds from being blown up by a mine; When Carrie Parsonson visited Angola she knew she was visiting a country devastated by war. But nothing prepared her for coming within seconds of being blown up by anti-tank landmines. Planning consultant and charity volunteer Carrie, aged 37, lives in Pershore, Worcestershire. 633
The Mag: Real Life - We're banking on Spain for a pension boost. 775
The Mag: STYLE GURU. 414
The Mag: Sun, sea, sand and savings; DO you worry your pension might not be enough for your retirement? Lifestyle Editor ZOE CHAMBERLAIN meets two couples who decided to invest abroad to bridge the gap -and enjoy their life in the sun. 671
The Mag: TRAVEL SHOP - A break in beautiful Brittany. 260
The Mag: WIN - a family weekend break. 318
Three Brits are injured in Basra. 88
Touring Cars: Burt sets sights on podium. 300
TXT SEX CLUBS ON TRAINS; 'Toothing' sees strangers arrange randy rendevous. 458
WIN A pounds 1,000 DIGITAL TELLY. 238
WIN pounds 400 video camera... ...and tickets to the Baby Show. 457
Wonder Kids: SMALL WONDER'S NOW RIDING HIGH; Spine ops make Andrew tall enough for theme park rides. 533
WORKERS SPARK BLAZE AT FORT DUNLOP. 139
YOUNG RUGBY STAR KILLED BY BUG. 182

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2022 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |