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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 28, 2008)

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8,000 IN HUGE SIKH PARADE; ++ VAISAKHI FESTIVAL ++. 572
Anxious times for Boro fans. 196
Are you the biggest Thomas the Tank Engine fan? 128
Baby Alisha completes the generation game; BIRTH: Teenage mum says she is delighted to have her family on hand to support her. 305
Bravery is not enough for Nuns. 282
CATCH THE ACTION. 87
City centre offices to let; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 96
City earns a pat on the back in China; TRADE: Minister attends anniversary celebrations of successful Coventry-led project. 441
Classic plane to fly into history; HISTORIC MOMENT: Dakota takes one of its last flights. 341
Cooking up a real treat for shoppers; FOOD: Celebrity chef is one of the judges at culinary competition in city precinct. 378
Cricket: Donald has Foxes' new man Boeta in his sights; CRICKET: Spotlight on Warwickshire. 467
Cricket: Steelbacks bite back! CRICKET: Spotlight on Warwickshire. 229
Divine inspiration for Strachan's men. 205
DJs hit the decks at Dogma for charity night. 132
Do us a favour! Sky Blues banking on Baggies to sink Saints and wipe out their relegation worries. 521
DONINGTON HOUSE; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 111
Driver jailed after 7-mile police chase. 344
Enterprising pupils bag a deal with Tesco. 429
Felix tops city and county rich list. 211
Finance career opening. 84
Firm wins pounds 6m deal to build retirement homes. 316
Football: A Stern warning for City; FOOTBALL: Sky Blues left on tenterhooks - but their relegation worries could all be over tonight. 537
Football: Young blades lift Boro spirits; FOOTBALL: The weekend's non-league action. 708
Football: Young blades lift Boro spirits; FOOTBALL: The weekend's non-league action. 672
FOR ENGLAND ...AND ST GEORGE! ++ PARADE IN THE PARK ++. 669
Four years for crash tragedy driver. 213
Golf: My finest hour, says emotional Darren... 424
Have your say on speeding. 92
HISTORIC SPON STREET FREEHOLD AVAILABLE; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 94
Ignore our new warning signs at your peril! CRACKDOWN: Police tell nuisance off-road riders ... 387
In Brief: Canine capers. 86
In Brief: Chance to hit the high note. 99
In Brief: Greener flightpath. 83
Independent shops 'facing extinction'. 400
Jimmy's boys going up. 118
Keen young gardeners are helped to grow. 260
Knitters miss out on final win. 285
Letter: To The Point. 106
Letter: To The Point. 94
Letter: Your Say - Grandad saved Highfield Road. 198
Letter: Your Say - Petition backs care homes. 241
Letter: Your Say - Red Cross needs help of others. 199
Letter: Your Say - Talking better than striking. 141
Letter: Your Say - When road was a haven at playtime. 213
Lisa's back at Deeley. 99
Minister pledges to help cut red tape for bosses. 220
Monique at sharp end of campaign; STREET VIOLENCE: City woman presents young people's views on gun and knife crime. 291
Motor Racing: Hamilton horrified by Kovalainen smash; FORMULA ONE. 456
Moving tale and top cast sum up life of maths genius; Theatre Review. Theater review 239
Munster march on. 389
Narrow boat becomes floating classroom. 135
New homes plan for former pub site; SCHEME: Developer wants to build 13 properties where trouble-plagued boozer used to stand. 323
New Union retail for under-lease; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 81
Nice one, sun! 148
O'Neill goes for youth. 84
O'Neill is delighted by Villa's fightback. 241
On This Day. 91
One 'L' of a lift from Bob. 80
Opening move for chess in schools. 181
Opening move for children's chess. 162
OUTSTANDING OFSTED REPORT; PUPILS GIVE THEIR VERDICT. 227
Pick of the day. 168
PICK OF THE DAY; Monday Night Live (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 108
Police in hunt for doorstep conmen. 249
QUEENS HOUSE OFFICE; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 96
RETAIL IN HEN LANE; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 87
Ricoh Arena. 136
RSPCA sees big rise in rescues. 231
Rugby Union: McGlone is the Cov fans' choice. 158
Rugby Union: The story of the season! RUGBY UNION: Coventry and Nuneaton both beaten on final week of league campaign. 973
Savers turn back to the mattress. 109
SCHOOL OPENED IN 1967. 107
School patrols send out SOS; PUPILS' SAFETY: Back-up needed for town's crossing guardians. 279
Scott signs off in style. 298
Security staff gain new qualifications. 157
Sky Blues are on the ragged edge; +++ BIG MATCH ANALYSIS +++. 1635
Sort out streets and tidy up verges; ++ ELECTION COUNTDOWN ++. 524
Speedway: Harris off to steady start; SPEEDWAY: Tonight's action at Brandon. 727
Starring roles are up for grabs. 153
Starring roles up for grabs. 171
STILL ON A KNIFE EDGE; Sky Blues fans left sweating after 1-1 draw. 247
Stroke of luck led to Andy's big break. 395
Students' rowing project is a winner. 180
Stuffed sheep's wanted... but not at Herbert! MUSEUM: Staff need to trace donors of bizarre artefacts before selling or giving them away. 374
STYVECHALE PROPERTY; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 80
Such a great occasion. 185
Teaching has turned inside out, says Linda. 174
Thompson treble leads Brakes' old-five charge. 276
Time for a return of the mac. 994
Top Class: We love learning in the great outdoors. 227
Top comics to perform at Isle Casino. 99
Traders' fury over parking fines fiasco; CAMPAIGN: MP raps council as ticket amnesty only applies to 'new offenders'. 389
Tribute to guitar teacher who 'made music fun'. 266
WIN An amazing prize worth pounds 4,000 Plus one year's modelling contract; Could you be the Telegraph's next Top Model? 736
Wolf whistle from a builder never hurt anyone; Maureen on Monday. 610
Work of art is a celebration. 135
Workers' rally at oil refinery. 107
WORKSHOP/WAREHOUSE FOR RENT IN WYKEN; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 91
Youngsters who just love learning... 234

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