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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 21, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
13th hole brought tragedy for golfer. 302
Alcoholic given another chance; Man breached Asbo with drinking binge. 326
Archersstar to open charity shop. 104
Balloons herald centre's opening. 97
Balloons mark opening. 116
BASEBALL: Red Sox take series. 85
BASKETBALL: Hawks off to flier as season gets going. 411
Bin collection delays continue. 142
Birthday reunion for Alan. 352
Blair call to Ford over future of Jaguar in UK. 175
Blue Arrow's award; JOBS & NEW DIRECTIONS. 341
Burglar foiled in the act. 85
Car failed to stop. 92
Cargo of pants is stolen. 121
Carnival's charity cheers. 109
Centre starts. 91
Chat and robbery. 93
Church service thefts. 135
CLUBSCENE: Chicago Rock Skydome; THE VIBE. 173
Coach depot raiders took cash. 200
Colin's career in care; JOBS & NEW DIRECTIONS. 415
Computer prize opens new doors; Delight as community groups win internet access. 395
Congratulations! The good news column for you, and by you...the readers. 204
Controversial bird show cancelled; Plug pulled on event days before challenge in High Court. 258
Court told of night of soccer violence. 313
Dancing in classroom. 89
Diary of a beleaguered grandad. . . Pregnant daughter has early delivery - of people carrier; THE TRAILS AND TRIBULATIONS OF GRANDPARENTHOOD. 598
Disabled learn how to be independent; Successful house-offer trial given go-ahead to continue. 331
End of the line for Allan and friends. 345
Ex-Sky Blues trainee denies rape in alley. 356
Facelift at pub creates 20 jobs. 125
family & living: Is school milk on comeback trail? 1449
Fans' football forum. 80
FOOTBALL: Alveston sink off-key Griff. 90
FOOTBALL: Axe falls at County. 98
FOOTBALL: Bellamy in buoyant mood. 197
FOOTBALL: Bowditch pledges his future. 126
FOOTBALL: FANS'ZONE: City need Joe Dhinsa cash boost; The weekly column where Sky Blues fanzine and website writers have their say on events at Highfield Road. 513
FOOTBALL: Firepower a problem for Chelsea. 195
FOOTBALL: Henry has no fears. 204
FOOTBALL: It all goes wrong in Oggy's cup reunion. 860
FOOTBALL: McSheffrey ready for another crack. 500
FOOTBALL: Murphy return a big boost for Boro. 336
FOOTBALL: STEELE SET TO STAY; Keeper wants to extend Sky Blues loan term. 454
FOOTBALL: Vernon bags double treble for Devils. 202
Former chart-topping singer to perform at city Halloween event. 135
FORMULA ONE: Button back to Wiliams. 83
Friends parted by war reunited - 64 years on; Evening Telegraph brings together pals who lost touch after the Blitz. 438
Girls make Merry to raise charity cash. 122
GOLF: Broadhurst aims high as season concludes. 369
GOLF: County lads retain Midland title. 141
GOLF: IN THE PRIZES. 84
GOLF: THEIR CUP RUNNETH OVER. 133
Great places for nights and days out; GODIVA AWARDS: Recognising excellence in leisure and tourism. 1318
Group to thrash out compensation issue. 93
HARRY HIT IN NIGHTCLUB SCUFFLE; Prince's 3am fight with photographer. 138
Harvey welcomes night bus service; Civic Hall will benefit from new link between towns. 329
Health on a plate; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 257
Help a silver surfer online. 134
HOCKEY: Nuneaton off the mark. 939
HOCKEY: Sarah's sparkling show can't save Hampton from defeat. 359
Hotel rule: No more smoking. 137
How gardeners will help hospital. 130
ICE HOCKEY: Youngsters Blaze a trail for the future; Four junior teams top their league. 416
Ideas plea for giant pumpkins. 240
IN THE COURTS. 1238
Inquest told plane wings not de-iced; Executives' jet crashed after take-off at Birmingham. 353
Inspectors rap city's potholed street scenes; POTHOLE WATCH. 365
Invitation to a graveyard tour. 310
IT training on offer. 103
JOBS & NEW DIRECTIONS. 203
Join the great poppadom challenge; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 367
LABOUR BULLIES FORCED US OUT; Councillors' harassment and intimidation claim. 397
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 2469
Man denies assault on girls. 152
Man killed riding new motorbike. 291
Managers aim to get back to basics. 239
Marvellous Marlon is toast of the city; I'm just a Coventry boy and if I can do it then anyone can. 813
Memories and music make stage magic; REVIEWS. 242
New apprenticeship is launched in construction; JOBS & NEW DIRECTIONS. 283
New big wheel all set to roll. 148
New tool to help businesses. 112
New way to manage criminals. 114
Old school pals united in gratitude to hospital unit. 339
Online call as hearts go out to Aberfan. 433
Pat on the back for station staff. 86
PCEnda'snewlifeafter years of service to city. 325
Politics goes to school. 88
POOL: Mighty Nuneaton are top-20 superstars! 717
PRINCE HARRY IN CLUB FRACAS; Royal 'lashed out'. 315
RACING FACTFILE. 169
RACING: Jane's next test. 195
RACING: Take Johnny Jumpup to land honours. 414
REMEMBER WHEN...?: Sheila spotted childhood self. 559
REV CALLS FOR LESS SCARY HALLOWEEN; Plea over 'night of fear'. 286
Robber held knife to woman. 94
Rockets targeted at firefighters; FIREWORKS CRACKDOWN: An Evening Telegraph campaign. 405
RUGBY UNION: Buckingham considers legal action over tackle. 359
RUGBY: Sable success. 107
SAILING: County duo rule the waves. 178
Santa makes an early delivery for hospice. 155
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 87
Shiloh joins cafA society; THE VIBE. 201
Shops set to get police reminders; FIREWORKS CRACKDOWN: An Evening Telegraph campaign. 418
Show traces roots of our urban sounds; THE VIBE. 524
Soccer player assault claim. 124
Speared duck recovers. 97
SPEEDWAY: Boss wants Crump to stay. 120
Street attack on woman. 99
Students turn their backs on A-levels; Teenagers who are making college history talk about their brave step. 845
Tasty way to celebrate black history. 370
TENNIS: Henman has to be wary. 92
Thieves strike at two supermarkets. 225
Tickets still going for pop concert. 170
Timely challenge of A Clockwork Orange; REVIEWS. 186
Tragic end to new bike thrill. 364
Typhoon death toll rises to 51. 110
Vandals launch attacks on club; Bowls members 'heartbroken' by raids. 249
Why should I appeal? I won; New twist in row over towed-away car. 297
WRITE ON: Chris Ward on how a good book is a traveller's best friend; THE COLUMN THAT BELONGS TO YOU, THE READER. 287
Young chefs aim for slice of success. 118
Young musicians enjoy harp time. 144

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