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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 8, 2001)

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A million kids jump-start an earthquake; CITY YOUNGSTERS JOIN IN EXPERIMENT TO SEE IF THEY CAN MAKE THE EARTH MOVE. 377
ACT NOW DEMAND ON HELL HIGHWAY. 321
Anniversary is day to dump suits. 109
Any Questions champion dies; COVENTRY KID WHO UNEARTED FASCINATING FACTS. 335
ATHLETICS: Brits overcome record-holders in goodwill gesture. 302
Attacks on children 'demonic'. 126
Big day in big city for the Archers. 171
Bogus water officials target old folk. 189
books. 691
BOXING: Eastman signs on with King. 84
Bulldogs help appeal. 183
BUS UNION ROW WALKOUT THREAT. 263
byte size: Books printed while you wait. 206
byte size: COMPUTER BITS. 152
byte size: Gran Turismo 3 Playstation 2 Out now pounds 39.99. 335
byte size: HOT HINTS; INFORMATION OVERLOAD. 105
byte size: WONDER WEBSITES. 150
Call the hotline for quick action; COUNCIL CHIEFS GET TOUGH ON 'OBNOXIOUS' PEOPLE DUMPING RUBBISH. 106
Celebrating life of lady of the people; Schoolchildren attend ceremony to remember legendary figure. 300
Chamber helps to unravel red tape. 116
Child abuse priest dies in prison. 216
Chippy makes it into Top 10. 163
Cigarette is blamed for blaze at tip. 136
Club's survival plan is backed; BUILDING TO BE DEMOLISHED IN FAVOUR OF SMALLER CENTRE. 306
Council meeting drama. 90
Coventry still in the frame. 154
CRICKET: Goodwin digs in to halt Bears' bid. 431
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: City's Premier offer. 278
Dawn's flying out to show off her skills. 180
Dish the dirt on city's litter bugs; COUNCIL CHIEFS GET TOUGH ON 'OBNOXIOUS' PEOPLE DUMPING RUBBISH. 231
Duncan Gibbons'S COLUMN View from the clock tower: We're back - and this time we're here to stay. 431
EQUESTRIAN: Brothersstorm to double class triumph. 372
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 223
Fears over conference centre plan. 316
FENCING: Off with a flourish. 185
food & drink: FAT BOY SLIM: How to diet with fried fish and doner kebabs. 729
food & drink: healthy eating. 372
food & drink: jamie's dish. 347
FOOTBALL: England on verge of glory. 227
FOOTBALL: Kirkland takes a step closer to first choice. 632
FOOTBALL: Ladies lose. 123
FOOTBALL: Lavery a big asset for Boro. 231
FOOTBALL: SPORTSTALK: CITY FANS HAVE THEIR SAY ON THE RUNNING OF THE CLUB; Stop putting the blame on Bryan. 809
Former Catholic priest dies in prison. 254
Former City player dies. 135
FREE Snack-a-Jacks for every reader. 207
Fund-raisers prepare for charity cheer by the cuppa. 108
gardening: Dates for your diary. 352
GARDENING: From hen farm to country charm. 701
GARDENING: groundwork: Start your planning for autumn colours. 290
GARDENING: WIN a patio heater and gas BBQ. 273
Give us your ideas for new station; RUGBY FM BOSSES WANT RADIO SERVICE TO BE AT HEART OF TOWN'S ACTIVITIES. 321
Golfers raise a hole lot of cash. 172
Growers up north warm to pumpkin poppet. 180
Guilty verdict in pub attack trial. 209
helen legh'S COLUMN UNPLUGGED: Nightmare noise that lurks in the dark of a cinema. 512
Hospital 'is not picking on Army veteran' PROTESTER REASSURED. 297
How time changed us; A RESEARCH GROUP IS CELEBRATING 25 YEARS SINCE IT STARTED WITH A NEW BOOK DEDICATED TO ONE OF ITS FOUNDER MEMBERS. 1417
it's your shout! 1155
it's your shout! 759
Jacko clocks up 30 years solo. 133
Jenny Mackenzie'S COLUMN voice north: Town relishes its moment in the television spotlight. 496
Join in jeans day to help ill children. 181
Kate's tongue finds fame at breakfast; TOWN FINDS A NEW PERSONALITY TO REPLACE THE LATE GREAT LARRY GRAYSON. 392
Leavers play for council. 125
LETTERS: your views. 1087
LIGHTER SPARKS 'GUN' DRAMA; Armed officers surround man's home. 228
Lockheed star Les dies, 83. 103
Lost Prophets in town; GROUP PICKS THE COLOSSEUM FOR BIG CITY SHOW. 219
Man sells home to pay for heart op. 371
Manager makes his move. 162
MASS LOBBY OVER ROAD OF DEATH. 250
Morticia's one of the farm family. 111
MPs call for crisis Marconi meeting; Ansty site pledge sought. 293
Music hall welcome for autumn season. 100
New phone mast fears for council; TOWN ALL SET TO BATTLE AGAINST 'MORE OBVIOUS' STRUCTURE. 248
One hundred years of St John's Ambulance; THE VOLUNTARY ORGANISATION THAT HAS HELPED COUNTLESS LIVES CELEBRATES ITS CENTENARY. 1445
Parents fail test for seven-year-olds; SURVEY REVEALS MUM AND DAD DON'T ALWAYS KNOW BEST. 554
Pension day security alert. 141
pet sos: Abby has a new lease of life; THE THEME OF CATS PROTECTION WEEK, WHICH RUNS FROM TODAY UNTIL SEPTEMBER 15, IS CATS ADD LIFE. 411
pet sos: CAN YOU GIVE A CAT A HOME? 371
pet sos: CAT FACTS. 257
pet sos: How you can help the animal charities. 223
Police fuel debate on forced marriages; Guidelines drawn up to tackle wedlock problem. 314
Police probe into death after gun siege at flats. 159
Posters spread flu jab message; Over-65s urged to protect themselves. 277
Pupils get more space in school. 143
Rally arrives for tribute to Jaguar founder. 174
RON WESTON'S COLUMN country walks; An experienced rambler's stroll; BEOLEY to HEATH GREEN, 4 miles. Maps 975/954 Pathfinders. 646
SATURDAY TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. 201
Scottish village in line for the movies. 123
Seeking peace in world's religions; LEADERS CHOOSE COVENTRY FOR THEIR TALKS. 359
Soccer player's funeral. 95
SPEEDWAY: TIME IS TIGHT FOR BEES PAIR. 335
Statue of Sir William unveiled. 170
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. 234
Tasty tips on wine making. 88
TENNIS: Sisters set for showdown. 276
The number may be up for phone thieves. 211
Timely tips on tasty tipples. 132
Top soprano in Warwick. 82
Tough Hywel cuts his triathlon time. 197
Tribute to Sir William. 184
WEEKEND TV: 10 things you didn't know about... ALAN DAVIES. 179
WEEKEND TV: Carry on doctors! 1135
WEEKEND TV: John's Rebus positive; Rising film star returns to his Scottish roots for a new TV drama. 527
WIN outdoor speakers worth pounds 190 plus tickets to LIVE 2001. 362
Zippy way to raise money for charities. 89

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