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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 13, 2006)

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'Brand new' school rises from the ashes; EDUCATION: State-of-the-art classrooms replace torched buildings in pounds 18m scheme. 333
250 new jobs at Hams Hall; INDUSTRY: BMW to switch engine production. 275
Asda petrol price cut. 110
Asda petrol price cut. 161
Athletics:Rugby cling to safety. 204
ATTRACTIVE TOWNHOUSE IN POPULAR AREA. 245
Baby Lilly funeral to go ahead; INQUEST: Police still hope mystery of tot's death can be solved. 382
BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED BUNGALOW; Butt Lane, Allesley, Coventry. Connells PRICE: pounds 244,950. 178
Bobby Dazzlers. 266
Boxing: Baz is fired up for the Laight show; BOXING: Lightweight Carey in rematch at Bedworth Civic Hall with old rival. 336
Boys forced to hand over bikes. 159
Brokers pledges charity boost. 129
City woman hits out at police no-show; CRIME: The burglars keep returning, but officers won't come out, says Elizabeth, 57. 316
Confusion over licences 'leaves councils short'. 193
Court In Brief. 458
Cricket: Giles given the Ashes go-ahead; CRICKET: Warwickshire spinner in the squad to face Australia. 526
Cricket: Warwickshire put two on trial. 148
Cuddle up for the night in an igloo. 137
Cycling: It's lucky 13 for victorious Hinckley team. 467
Delving into the world of DISNEY; 24 FANTASTIC BOOKS TO COLLECT. 208
Discover river cruising in France; Holiday At Home EMMA BRITTAIN VISITS THE WELSH TOWN OF PONTYPRIDD. 255
Domestic violence courts go national. 149
Drivers spared meter menace for six months; PARKING: Free spaces in evenings would soften blow. 311
EXTENDED SEMI-DETACHED IN GREEN LANE; Gretna Road, Green Lane, Coventry. Evans & Co PRICE: pounds 215,000. 187
Fact-packed books will be a monster read for youngsters; 24 FANTASTIC BOOKS TO COLLECT. 199
FAMILY ACCOMMODATION ON THREE FLOORS. 156
Family fun and great incentives. 459
FAMILY SEMI IN MOUNT NOD. 123
FAMILY SEMI-DETACHED IN POPULAR COUNDON. 172
FIVE BEDROOMS IN SOUGHT-AFTER GIBBET HILL; Poppy Field Court, Gibbet Hill, Coventry. Suttons PRICE: pounds 499,995. 260
Football: Ashby's best birthday gift. 408
Football: Bad goals to give away; BIG MATCH ANALYSIS. 362
Football: Boro hit back to stun old rivals; FOOTBALL: Last night's action. 665
Football: Boro hit back to stun old rivals; FOOTBALL: Last night's local action. 610
Football: Brakes in first half blitz. 182
Football: Brakes in first half blitz. 183
Football: Caribbean dream day. 190
Football: City fail to take their chances; BIG MATCH ANALYSIS. 867
Football: City still travel sick says Adams; Inconsistency continues to dog Sky Blues after another defeat away from home. 396
Football: City still travel sick says Adams; Inconsistency continues to dog Sky Blues after another defeat away from the Ricoh. 396
Football: Cole dishes the dirt on pizza battle. 196
Football: Cole: Too much rubbish let Arsenal down. 131
Football: Jose suspicious. 118
Football: Kinder settles it for United. 170
Football: Kyle used to bookings - from his dad! 388
Football: Silvestre: United better equipped. 129
Football: Strikers praised. 89
Football: Teams. 615
Football: Three's a crowd as far as intimidating referees goes. 385
Football: We're still travel sick says Adams. 386
FOUR-BEDROOMED FAMILY HOME IN TILE HILL; Knights Templar Way, Tile Hill, Coventry. Robin Jones PRICE: pounds 235,000. 196
Funeral for baby Lilly to go ahead. 163
Funeral for tragic baby Lilly 'in next two weeks'. 249
Golf: Khan nets lucrative haul for matchplay showing. 270
Golf: Putting Ryder Cup course to the test; The two-yearly Ryder Cup battle between the golfing greats of Europe and the USA moves to Ireland for the first time next week. RAY DUNN gets a taste of what's in store on The K Club's magnificent Palmer course. 1337
Help to keep track of moths. 84
Homes in a tranquil setting. 224
I saw men cooking fish around pool. 326
Ice Hockey: Blaze a real education for Koenig; ICE HOCKEY: New netminder combines sport with studying. 271
Inside Your. 84
Kate hitting the high notes. 149
Lauren knocks the men for...seven! CRICKET FIRST: The first woman to play for a men's team takes to the crease. 367
Lauren knocks the men for...seven! CRICKET FIRST: The first woman to play for a men's team takes to the crease. 366
Lessons in how to save planet; ENVIRONMENT: Primary school puts spotlight on green issues. 288
Lessons in how to save planet; ENVIRONMENT: Primary school youngsters and staff put spotlight on green issues. 289
Letter: Your Say - Appointment with mayhem. 224
Letter: Your Say - Can you help with Barnardo's collection? 183
Letter: Your Say - Count your Blair-sings. 324
Letter: Your Say - Leave historic Coventry alone. 135
Letter: Your Say - Mental health misconceptions. 262
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 99
Lord Mayor is guest of honour at care home. 165
Lost again! Bedworth man in new Oz search; RESCUE: Red-faced tourist fails to learn lesson of wandering in scorching Outback. 309
Lost again! Bedworth man in Oz search No. 2; WALKABOUT: Red-faced tourist fails to learn lesson of wandering off in Outback. 309
Meet my best pal Ramsey - a dog in a million! COMPETITION: Pet owner Mary hopes her lovable pooch will pick up lots of votes and be a winner. 370
Mill wheel turns for charity. 95
More lettings staff as rented sector grows. 433
Mother and child in crash. 93
Motor Racing: Alonso hits out at 'unsporting' Schumacher; FORMULA ONE. 123
Motorbike stolen, then abandoned. 144
MOVIES. 691
Moving tribute to crash teenager Kane. 462
Moving tribute to crash teenager Kane; TRAGEDY: 'He got on with everyone' says devastated brother. 447
Moving tribute to tragic Kane; FATAL CRASH: Teenager had everything to live for says brother. 477
Moving tributes to tragic teenager; FATAL CRASH: He had so much to live for says grieving brother. 478
MUCH IMPROVED AND EXTENDED SEMI. 192
MUCH IMPROVED FOUR-BEDROOM SEMI. 261
Music and cakes Liquid refreshment for Mo fund; PEACE APPEAL: Band in plea for good turnout at Friday night concert in city centre. 331
National Poetry Day. 209
Net closes on gang who target conferences. 181
New family of Minis brings jobs boost. 237
New heads share vision for survival and success; SCHOOLS: Message to pupils. 364
Next week: An amazing journey into outer space; 24 FANTASTIC BOOKS TO COLLECT. 100
Next week: Go on an amazing journey into outer space; 24 FANTASTIC BOOKS TO COLLECT. 158
On This Day. 98
Parish return for old faces. 98
PERIOD CHARM; PROPERTY OF THE WEEK. 263
Petrol price cut. 126
Pic Of The Past. 229
PICK OF THE DAY; Live UEFA Champions League (Sky Sports 1, 6.00pm). 101
Pitch up for just pounds 2 per night. 140
Plane sparks 999 drama at airport; EMERGENCY: Light aircraft reports trouble. 221
PLANET EARTH; 24 FANTASTIC BOOKS TO COLLECT. 91
PLANET EARTH; 24 FANTASTIC BOOKS TO COLLECT. 84
Police concern over missing visitor. 104
Police concern over missing visitor. 104
Police trying to turn tide of sat-nav thefts; CAMPAIGN: Officers mount extra patrols at hot spots - and speak to drivers at giant Tesco car park. 356
pounds 100m tourist centre will be truly Titanic; VISION Howard determined to see new attraction open for 100th anniversary of sinking. 398
Power cut has travellers stranded. 165
Power cut leaves travellers stranded. 173
READERS' PICTURES. 199
Relive the music of your youth. 356
Residents prove green credentials. 120
Riaz will keep us Buzy raising funds; NURSERY AID: Space-hoppers go down well at fun day which made pounds 600. 461
Road-rage man punches driver. 129
Roadworks are bad news for our trade; RESURFACING: Shops fear takings will go down by hundreds of pounds. 610
Roaring Success of car festival. 124
Rubbish is just going to pile up in the street; BIN COLLECTION: Proposed switch to fortnightly service is roundly condemned. 476
Rugby Union: Cov prop happy after knee op. 151
SAFETY WARNING AFTER SEX ATTACK; CRIME: Police issue alert to revellers after park assault on woman. 411
School rises from ashes. 186
Site raiders' digger haul. 91
Spotlight turns on pounds 300,000 cycle plan. 183
Store customer's parking ticket fury; DIY TRIP DAMPENER: Wickes waives pounds 50 penalty as 'gesture of goodwill'. 325
Stretch out on flights to paradise. 151
SUPERB FAMILY HOME IN SEMI-RURAL SPOT; The Rainbow. Bulkington Road, Wolvey. Coopers PRICE: Offers based on pounds 425,000. 353
Sweet music for charity. 185
Tax returns deadline looms. 103
Teabreak Teasers. 164
Teenagers forced to hand over bikes. 152
The land of song is bursting with pride; Holiday At Home EMMA BRITTAIN VISITS THE WELSH TOWN OF PONTYPRIDD. 567
The World Toniqht: 'Teach children to drink sensibly'. 167
The World Toniqht: Blair's jobless figures gaffe. 139
The World Toniqht: Thousands are failing to pay their mortgage. 274
The World Toniqht: Time to step up recycling efforts. 101
Thousands to attend Irwin service. 118
Three arrested. 109
Today's Television: Pick of the day. 218
Top tips for golf widows. 292
Train stations among safest. 177
Trains halted by power cut; TRAVEL CHAOS: City station brought to standstill. 263
Turmeric Gold wins national curry accolade. 377
Union in talks over postal dispute. 209
Union in talks over postal dispute. 210
Vandals hit parked cars. 101
We can't wait to delve into the wonderful world of DISNEY; 24 FANTASTIC BOOKS TO COLLECT. 324
WELL-APPOINTED ONE-BED APARTMENT IN EARLSDON. 144
Witness plea after handbag snatched. 115
Young players wanted. 100
Your daily stars with; Claire Petulengro. 708
Your Say: Daily Poem. 106

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