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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 25, 2007)

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A try turns to England success for Stacey; SPORT AT COLLEGE: Bosses cough up sponsorship cash for international player. 309
Alvis to get season going. 105
Angling: Cold spell can snap rivers back to best. 236
Anti-robbery kits are given out to businesses; CRIME: Advice issued to staff after spate of terrifying raids on shops, pubs and petrol stations. 176
Anti-robbery kits offered to businesses. 104
Astrology. 659
Bag a bargain in charity shop's sale. 87
Benfield wins flats contract; DEVELOPMENT Coventry firm to convert warehouse. 256
Big Brother auditions. 95
Bird club memories. 305
Bishop to hang up his mitre; GOING: City's outspoken critic of Iraq war set to retire. 415
Black stuff goes red! 89
Blades' boss in the clear. 103
Bosses 'unaware' of age legislation. 90
Boxing: I've got to conquer my fight night nerves; BOXING: Bendall is turning to a sports therapist to help put his title hopes back on track. 535
Burglar tells victims he's sorry. 200
Car park travellers face eviction. 164
Cat feeling chipper after sofa adventure. 110
CATCH THE ACTION. 96
Celebrations: ABOVE... Angela Gimblett, daughter of Ron and Mary Gimblett. 141
Chinese restaurant to host business event. 120
Choice of gentle strolls. 92
Concern over gay adopters. 153
Court In Brief. 385
Dancing into a film success. 180
Degree honour for theatre star; UNIVERSITY: Actor to attend graduation ceremony. 259
Flu could be spread by cats; The World Today. 153
Football: Coach Darren can be key in Heath 'vision'. 886
Football: Give us back our optimism; Fans' Zone. 498
Football: Glad to be associated! FOOTBALL: Two more businessmen pledge money to support Sky Blues. 503
Football: Gunners square tie to take advantage. 290
Football: Heath moves to plug City defence; Irish defender Hawkins on trial at the Sky Blues. 402
Free IT kit for centre's learners. 270
Friends' farewell to Anna, 82. 222
Getting you to eat your greens; The World Today. 139
Gordon on list of sexiest; The World Today. 274
Grant to benefit children; EDUCATION: Parental guidance. 249
Hockey: Helen pounces to claim derby draw. 353
Hockey: Skipper Ally swings a vital win; HOCKEY: DTZ Midlands League review. 1097
I lost so much weight that my husband didn't know it was me! HEALTH: Super-slimmer Kathy sheds an amazing 11 stone in just 10 months. 578
I'll never forget Abbe. 223
I'm proud to have known this great man; TRIBUTE: Ex-vicar praises French priest's charity role. 268
Ice Hockey: Koenig's 'crazy' antics are rubbing off on Blaze No 2 Fone. 327
In Brief: Gravestones to be checked. 82
It will make my day to be mayor; COMPETITION: Stunning artistic designs put on display by pupils at Ricoh Arena. 366
Jaw-kick footballer avoids jail. 177
Jaw-kick footballer avoids prison. 217
John's art career is really taking off. 240
Kane runs for old rival; FOOTBALL: Ex-local non-league player wants to score charity success in marathon. 310
Kids stroll of school; The World Today. 142
Kirstie adds voice to city farm fight. 288
Lady Chatterley and Oliver Twist are voted off; FAVOURITE BOOKS. 230
Letter: Your Say - Calf export horrors can still be seen. 190
Letter: Your Say - Driving is not gender related. 186
Letter: Your Say - Fairground rides must go. 176
Letter: Your Say - Link Up. 108
Letter: Your Say - Spend our money wisely. 243
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 94
Letter: Your texts. 146
Letter: Your texts. 144
Lift-off for chance to win wedding photos. 148
Lock them up says city raid victim; CRIME: Shop boss's anger at order to go easy on criminals. 450
McFadden breaks foot in training. 104
Missing cat rescued. 80
My first gift to hospice won't be my last; DONATION: Generous Mohmed passes on pounds 300 prize - and vows to raise more cash. 277
Natasha's course is just ace; APPRENTICESHIP FIRST: Successful young tennis player is delighted at mix of coaching and study. 440
Nostalgia: Broad St faces from the USA; A LOOK BACK AT THE CLASSES OF YESTERYEAR. 163
Nostalgia: Welsh staff got us playing rugby; A LOOK BACK AT THE CLASSES OF YESTERYEAR. 348
Nurse steps into the breach over axed blood tests; pounds 5 test fee to cover hire of halls. 481
Oil Take your car stereo with you. 115
Orient Express due in town. 101
Pals get baking to raise cash. 181
Pals robbed of their mobile phones. 140
Pick of the day. 194
PICK OF THE DAY; Live International Cricket (Sky Sports 1, 3.00am). 121
Platini fancied. 90
Police give out anti-robbery kits to bosses; CRIME: Advice to staff and public after spate of raids. 261
Police plea on phone mugging. 152
Probe into death of fox on royal estate. 95
Qualifications are life's bear necessities! SCHOOL PLAY: Pupils enjoy lighthearted look at career options. 298
Questions asked on pounds 4,000 trip to India; TRADE MISSION: Council official set off without cabinet's say-so. 315
Raid on sports and social club. 118
Rape victim was held in flat for hours. 149
Re-writing the movies map! LAUNCH: Location service aims to bring more film-makers to region. 345
Region wakes to a winter wonderland; But experts say it's not staying. 307
Residents see red over new yellow lines; PROTEST: Lick of paint means people can't park near homes. 333
Roster row train staff in new vote; Conductors could take more action. 258
Row erupts over school's lighting; PLANNING: Council officials reject neighbours' concerns on sign. 386
Scratch your way to an even better lifestyle; The National Lottery. 570
Shaw signing offers Boro 'steel and skill'. 445
Showcase for artists and craft designers. 165
Signs sound alert. 109
SPORTS QUIZ. 85
Super cup is given home at the Ricoh. 349
Talking signs aid crime fight. 208
THE BOOKS THAT GOT THE BULLET; FAVOURITE BOOKS Adult categories Children's categories. 226
Theatre Review: Double take on ruthless Richard; Richard III Courtyard Theatre, Stratford, until February 17. Running time: 3hrs 20mins. Theater review 211
THIEF STEALS CAR WITH BABY IN BACK SEAT. 412
THIEF STEALS CAR WITH BABY IN BACK SEAT. 409
Thommo: Blaze on course for title. 156
Tim has a secret crush. 225
Time to book Glebe spot. 172
TV's dirt-busting gurus want to hear from you. 84
Twyford looks best bet. 116
Union fury at college profit-making plans; EDUCATION: Part-privatisation move slammed as 'a betrayal'. 327
Visitors welcome at all our doors; TRADE SHOW: Tourism agencies combine to promote overlapping attractions. 277
Warning over storm damage conmen. 175
We're all enjoying this fun vote for books; FAVOURITE BOOKS. 373
When college work is a racing certainty; MOTOR COURSES: Students find themselves on pit-crew duty at Silverstone. 416
When is a bully a racist? WHAT has really been happening in the Celebrity Big Brother house? Was Jade Goody guilty of racial abuse and bullying? And what should you do if you believe you are a victim of similar attacks? We asked two Coventry experts to give us their view. 663
Worker, 25, in crusher horror. 104
Your Life: 'Imogen is just like any other child - some have black hair, some have Down's syndrome' AS EastEnders character Honey Mitchell (left) battles to come to terms withchaving a baby with Down's syndrome, the condition is once again in the spotlight. 1103
Your Life: Advice on bringing up a DS child. 169
Your Life: Fact File - DOWN'S SYNDROME. 163
Your Life: The rise of the superfoundation; Tried & Tested ... superfoundations THE latest foundations to hit the beauty counters don't just cover a few blemishes - they promise wrinkle-busting ingredients normally found in anti-ageing creams. But can they really make you look younger? We've put some of them to them test to find out. 600
Your Life: The rise of the superfoundation; Tried & Tested ... superfoundations. 639
Your Rights. 517

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