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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (June 9, 2019)

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'BUILDER'S HAD ALL MY MONEY AND LEFT THE HOUSE A WRECK' Homeowner claims he's faced with leaks, bare plaster and gaping holes EXCLUSIVE. 1145
'No pressure' on Scots insists confident Kerr. 496
'ROBIN HOOD' FIGURE IN PS270K CHARITY FRAUD TO FUND LUXURY HOLIDAYS. 626
[euro]9m fee for El Ghazi 'agreed'. 155
7 tv films of the week. 516
7of the best... X-MEN FILMS. 438
A supercar in disguise. 199
A world of Aventura; BALANCING A DOSE OF VITAMIN D WITH AN ADRENALINE RUSH, EMILY SHELLEY TAKES HER FAMILY TO SPAIN'S PORTAVENTURA WORLD. 1317
All things fruit and vegetable; A new cookbook offers vegan versions of a host of popular dishes. MARION MCMULLEN takes a look inside. 848
also showing. 360
Armed police storm house after stand-off. 207
BARTY TIME! Ashleigh is French queen after crushing teen Vondrousova. 719
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 136
Berkswell make another point in title defence; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE. 440
Besiktas star Vida on Wolves radar. 383
bevan on the box; nathan bevan casts a critical eye over the week's tv. 547
Boro clash a 'must-win' for Wolves; SPEEDWAY. 416
BOXER HAD TO BATTLE BACK FROM THE DEAD! World champ was given 15% chance of surviving cancer. 442
Burke gets Clarke off to winning start. 358
CLUBS EYE HOT PROPERTY CHE. 1029
Clubs make history with first Sunday Smash; CRICKET. 332
COUNCIL OFFICERS HANDED PS200,000 GOLDEN GOODBYE; Residents' champion hits out at huge payouts given to two departing staff. 454
COUPLE'S DREAM CUBA HOLIDAY IS CANCELLED; PS4,000 break scrapped after tour operator shuts down. 501
Cousins posed as taxi drivers to violently rob late-night revellers. 226
DARKWOOD PC, Mac, Xbox One, PS4, Switch ..... 133
DISORDER OF THE PHOENIX; A confused plot and woeful script means this final X-Men chapter is a boring mess. 408
Don't blame binmen for rubbish parkers; LETTERS. 134
DRIFTERS WAR HERO'S LOST GIGS IN BRUM. 581
DRUGS FOUND AFTER BID TO KILL HIMSELF. 427
ELEPHANT'S GRAVEYARD; Verger uncovers final resting place of deformed Victorian celebrity Merrick. 600
Eviction notice served after travellers camp in Sutton. 281
Exciting times ahead for our England teams. 512
Fancied Spanish forced to toil for opening win. 304
FORAGING AHEAD; ELLA WALKER explores the edible outdoors on a foraging trip with head chef Kevin Tickle of The Forest Side hotel. 823
Funky cabriolet is full of personality. 745
Gove had cocaine several times. 152
Hammers leading way for Hayden. 376
Heartless thief tried to cut off dog's ears to hide identity. 229
HOW WE BROKE NEWS OF D-DAY; The great Allied invasion... as told by Brum newspapers Following the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings on Thursday, Mercury historian RICHARD PURSEHOUSE looks at how Birmingham newspapers relayed the monumental military event to their readers... 1589
i was homeless and a single mum. people i knew have been lost for good... Council chief dedicated to helping city's homeless tells of her own dark times. 1709
Is this the end of the line for HS2? 514
late deals. 333
LATE NIGHT [...]. 331
Laura landmark is a ton-derful achievement. 385
LOST VETERAN OF D-DAY FOUND; Original clicker unearthed close to Brum factory that made it. 542
Love Charles and Di xx; Happy Christmas! 451
Masked robbers threatened shop staff with knife. 214
MASTERPIZZA! Artist serves up Da Vinci (olive) oil painting made of classic Italian cuisine. 590
MIDLAND EXPERTS ON AJ KO. 1178
Mings transfer is Villa priority. 765
MIR ACLE ESCAPE AS BUS DROPS INTO PUB! 491
Modern X-Men; X-Men: Dark Phoenix plots Jean Grey's journey to becoming one of the most powerful mutants of all. Franchise stalwarts James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender discuss this dark chapter in the saga, and tell GEORGIA HUMPHREYS why it's time a female character was the focus. 1016
MOUSETRAPS, FOUL SMELLS & BROKEN LIFT AT CITY HOTEL; Visitors tell of nightmare stay at Brum's notorious Britannia. 695
MUM'S FRANTIC CHASE AS CAR THIEF DRIVES OFF WITH SON IN BACK. 571
Nasa in space tourism lift-off. 126
NEW LIFE GROWS OUT OF BRAVE MEGAN'S BATTLE. 448
Next PM must stand up to the Euro bullies; LETTERS. 141
O'Neill so thankful to quick-fire double. 364
On course to be a hit despite flaws. 150
on the grapevine; sam wylie-harris ON... DRINKS FOR DISCERNING DADS. 365
OUTCRY AT LABOUR MP'S SUPPORT FOR SCHOOLS PROTEST. 622
PHIL'S CAREER OPPORTUNITY; golf. 535
PICKS of the week; YOUR CAN'T-MISS TV SHOWS FOR THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS. 391
POLICE CHASE DRIVER GOT SIX MONTHS, BUT I'M LEFT TRAUMATISED; Cancer sufferer still has nightmares about horror crash. 587
Police launch appeal to find victim of suspected violent kidnapping. 220
PROJECT WINTER PC ... .. 122
Proud Ama's determined to help game; NETBALL. 380
PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD; KATIE WRIGHT rounds up some super sandals for the sunny season ahead. 283
QUICK QUIZ; TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF TRIVIA AND CURRENT EVENTS. 275
Rare Rolex to clock up PS50k. 254
RISE AND FALL OF GANGSTER AT HEART OF DRUGS EMPIRE; Brum hardman and Russian mafia boss ran world's biggest cocaine racket EXCLUSIVE. 1263
ROY FIREWORKS SPARK ENGLAND VICTORY MARCH. 793
Run-machine Jason is one of life's little luxuries, insists skipper. 679
SEA MONSTERS MADE IN BRUM WERE SECRET D-DAY WEAPON; It was the D-Day secret weapon, built in Birmingham. The amphibious D.D tank caught the Germans totally by surprise and played a key part in the success of the Normandy Landings. On Monday, September 24, 1945, the Birmingham Post was finally given permission to reveal the city's greatest industrial secret. Here, we reproduce the exclusive story that stunned readers... 915
SHAKY STONES UNDER THREAT FROM SHUFFLE. 688
Shock for Djok as Thiem ends his slam target. 481
Slap in face for non-EU. 139
soap dish. 369
sound judgement; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 316
Spare a thought for overworked animals; LETTERS. 194
Suegioo has Good chance... 447
Summer of rest and regret ahead for Kane after double disappointment. 633
SUPER SEB ENDS POLE DROUGHT; FORMULA ONE. 491
Supermarket worker hit with brick in terrifying robbery. 294
Teach children to be dog smart; LETTERS. 298
tech NOW; JUSTIN CONNOLLY LOOKS AT WHAT'S NEW IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 426
THE GOOD THE BARD & THE UGLY; Shakespears Sister acrimoniously split 26 years ago. MARION MCMULLEN learns how they put the past behind them. 809
THE LOWE COUNTRY LOWE; When actor Rob Lowe emerged on the scene in the 1980s, he was the ultimate teen heart-throb. Since then, he's made many brave role choices ... but even for him, playing a Lincolnshire policeman in new ITV drama Wild Bill is a big departure. He tells GEORGIA HUMPHREYS why it appealed to him. 1001
The Sky Blues at St Andrew's... 180
Those Facebook food annoying than 'Little Board' car stickers; Email mike.lockley@reachplc.com OPINION MIKE LOCKLEY THE FUNNY SIDE OF LIFE... BY OUR HICK FROM THE STICKS! MIKE LOCKLEY 1070
TIME TO PROVE FAVOURITES TAG. 358
TOP 5 BIGGEST HEAVYWEIGHT SHOCKS OF ALL TIME. 466
travel buzz; the latest news from the world of tourism. 145
Vandals drive circus out of town early. 311
Village is top coastal resort. 125
WATCH AT HOME three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 308
We feel so lucky to get second chance; LETTERS. 213
Welsh Euro dreams melt in summer sun. 361
WHELAN: ROOFE IS NO ABRAHAM. 917
Youngsters are worst for littering streets; LETTERS. 148

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