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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 7, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
Anger as Baggies refuse parade. 288
Athletics: Hollingworth is as sharp as ever for Godiva. 950
Bedworth fail to Blossom in opener. 485
Big band music in the park. 95
BINLEY HOME, HANDY FOR HOSPITAL WORKERS. 191
Boro looking for answers. 203
Bosses urged to do more to tackle climate change. 199
BOXER'S SHOCK AS OLD PAL IS KNIFED; Andy sends 'get well' message. 469
Brand new homes ready and waiting. 512
Bring back John and Ros! SACKED DJs: Hundreds of Mercia listeners call for popular breakfast presenters to be given a second chance. 1128
Building skills for a better future. 125
CATCH THE ACTION. 101
Charity in search for volunteers. 134
City firm finds right package for future. 292
Claire's sweet smell of success; Your Life daily. 199
College offers aviation course. 132
Convict goes on the run from hospital. 268
Countdown can begin for hospice's opening; ++ LOCAL NEWSPAPER WEEK ++. 708
Court In Brief. 209
Coventry to host property gathering. 107
Cycling : Ruth clocks up fourth win in a row. 411
Developer lends a helping hand. 283
Difficult births led to a business idea; HEALTH: How two mothers who went through traumatic pregnancies decided to help other women. 594
Drunk parents back in the UK. 189
Fabio has two bites at last four. 150
FAMILY DELIGHT; ++ PROPERTY OF THE WEEK ++. 195
Fans chief hits out at predictable Premier. 508
Fans urged to stay at home. 107
Fears for the safety of missing teenager. 112
First things first for Blues ace Sebastian. 230
Focus on castle's restoration. 101
For sale: My school full of memories; DEVELOPMENT: Estate agent is charged with the task of selling his old classrooms. 263
Girl badly injured in crash. 111
GOLDEN GIRL KELLY'S A WINNER WITH YOUNGSTERS; KING HENRY VIII SCHOOL: Pupils couldn't believe their eyes when one of Britain's top athletes joined them for training session. 593
HALF-PRICE...chicken pesto baguette from Greggs the Bakers. 185
Henry wants to stay at Barca. 80
Honeymoon over for Bears 'dream team' CRICKET: Sections of Edgbaston support start to turn against Giles and Donald. 564
Hospice role for ex-vicar. 100
Hotel reopens after a facelift; Owner invests pounds 200,000. 227
Huckerby freed by Norwich. 117
IDEAL FOR FIRST-TIME BUYERS. 161
Jobs created as firm plans training centre. 227
Ladies takes centre stage at racecourse. 131
Land team greets two fresh faces. 238
Letter: Your Say - Child refused treatment. 244
Letter: Your Say - Labour has duped man in the street. 234
Letter: Your Say - Link Up. 149
Letter: Your Say - Link Up. 97
Letter: Your Say - Reunions still going strong. 107
Letter: Your Say - UK has enough dogs as it is. 101
Make a splash. 95
Mandaric to stay at Foxes. 273
Mongolia or bust - in our pounds 900 jalopy; CHALLENGE: Couple vow to finish 11,000-mile drive to raise money for charities. 286
Move puts 30 jobs on the map. 154
MURDER BID CONVICT ESCAPES FROM HOSPITAL. 311
Name change for companies. 80
Nani sorry for losing his head. 120
Natalie shows what it takes to be a hero; Search is on for others to follow her example ++ COMMUNITY AWARDS ++. 478
Never too late to learn for Isiah; Youth worker's national award. 305
Newcastle boss axes three. 144
Nostalgia: Greatness eluded the Adorable lads. 1309
Off-licence drops 5am opening plan; BOOZE ROW: Shop boss bows to pressure from police and local people. 372
Online mental health advice. 231
Parents caught in school place lotto. 278
Party for special care tots. 204
Pick of the day. 178
PICK OF THE DAY; Making a racket: Ana Ivanovic, Live WTA Tennis. 112
Pillar makes a point to friends across the globe; TWINNING: Monument featuring 26 cities is back outside gallery. 315
Poverty charity's big leap in cases. 170
Pupils build links in world of business; NEW SCHEME: Teenagers set up bureau giving information to overseas visitors. 411
Put where you live in the picture. 129
Ranson: kasper wants to sign for City; Chairman opens talks with Man City on keeper's move. 370
Reach for the stars with a fab new home. 491
School scoops running title. 112
SECOND-FLOOR FLAT IN WHITLEY VILLAGE. 127
Shaping up for a great day at work! 212
Sky Blues bosses get down to summer business. 182
Smells play a part in sexual attraction; Your Life daily. 263
Sniffing out a scent as unique as you are; Your Life daily HAVE you ever fancied following in the footsteps of Britney Spears, Kylie or Sarah Jessica Parker and creating your own scent? Well you don't need to be an A-list celebrity to have your own unique perfume. Reporter AMY HARRIS discovers a bespoke service which means you too can follow in the stars' footsteps. 509
Snooker: Rocket looks to move into overdrive. 234
Speed signs planned for danger road; FOSSE WAY: Nine lives have been lost in three years. 387
Speedway: Weekend wins put Bees back on track; SPEEDWAY: Manager Oakes believes team is going to take some stopping. 447
SPORTS QUIZ. 85
Stars with a nose for perfume; Your Life daily. 200
SUPERB SIX-BEDROOM HOME WITH INDOOR POOL IN NUNEATON. 117
Teenage girl injured in crash. 100
Teens show their community spirit. 128
TERRACE HOME IN POPULAR AREA. 185
The World Today: Caught in the crossfire. 127
The World Today: Emergency aid appeal; VICTIM SUPPORT: Coventry charity launches bid to send pounds 50,000. 405
The World Today: Explicit emails. 102
The World Today: Mail shake-up. 90
The World Today: Robbers attack woman in street. 146
The World Today: Uma ditches her stalker. 105
THREE-BEDROOM FAMILY HOME IN MOUNT NOD. 156
TRADITIONAL THREE-BEDROOM SEMI IN STOKE. 190
Travel: An island paradise of natural beauty . . . The Great Escape ROSS HAWKES has some unforgettable experiences while visiting the Central American country of Costa Rica The GreatEscape. 1065
Travel: Going Peter Rabbit-mad this summer. 199
Travel: Saga walk for charity. 114
Travel: What a jolly way to holiday. 620
TRIBUTES PAID TO STAB DEATH VICTIM; Girlfriend flies home from her holidays. 430
Tried & Tested ... Loose face powders; Your Life daily. 366
Walkers cheered on by former Olympian. 166
Warning to watch out for trafficked children. 233
Weaving an historic tale. 93
Well-known boxer fighting for his life; STABBING: 30-year-old in intensive care after incident that left his nephew dead. 437
WIN ...your mortgage paid for a month worth up to pounds 750; ALL THIS WEEK: Fantastic competition to have your bills paid BY 8pm TONIGHT Coventry Telegraph CUT THE COST. 399
Yet another season to forget - let's hope it's the last for a long time. 692
Youngsters will beef up car for journey. 195

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