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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 11, 2001)

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[0] Bus row could lead to strikes. 102
24-hour sports event. 104
Anthea Turner TVshow goes on. 160
ATHLETICS: Backley goes out on black day for Britain. 327
ATHLETICS: Jones back to business with smart 200m win. 245
ATHLETICS: Kelly's eye on a medal. 446
Batt comes home to hospital. 142
Bench users phone US for free. 243
Binley Woods given its own beat bobby. 104
Bogus caller tricks OAP. 131
books; A personal approach to history. 725
Bouncing Jadie raises pounds 200 for unit. 105
Boy given place at school - at last; Row ends for Christopher but dad fights on for others. 295
Brave Graham off on charity journey. 171
Bright ideas galore as motor students put on show. 136
Bus row could lead to strikes. 95
Campbell inquest told of lake find. 174
Car test fees driven up by costs. 177
Cathedral treat for C4's arty champs; ACTRESS AND CARTOONIST PRAISE CONTESTANTS IN TELEVISION'S WATERCOLOUR CHALLENGE. 502
Chantelle wins fun in the sun. 129
Child day care duties switch. 158
Children have fun by the book. 135
Co-op gives GM pork the chop. 131
country walks. 551
County strike looms over pay. 135
Coventry folk speak out on their city; PANEL GIVES COUNCIL FEEDBACK ON WAYS TO IMPROVE. 338
CRASH CLAIMS TWO TEEN LIVES; Mystery of car that smashed into brick barn. 218
CRICKET: England won't experiment. 358
CRICKET: Woolmer backs Piper for England. 152
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Coventry end the 20-year-old Leicester jinx. 325
Cyclist snatches OAP's bag. 105
DEATH-CRASH DC TO BE CHARGED; Inquest hears of tragedy as group walked home. 459
Death-crash police officer to face trial. 438
Dreams of joy go on show at town gallery. 133
Dresden trip. 88
Drumming up fun and games. 108
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 235
Exercise in life saving at centre; STAFF MASTER THE ART OF USING EVENING TELEGRAPH HEARTSTART MACHINE. 398
Eyes down for hospital. 154
Farmers thank villagers. 167
food & drink: organic living; Be more cultured and tuck into yoghurt. 344
food & drink: Tikka chance on a curry! 1107
FOOD AND DRINK: jamie's dish. 502
FOOTBALL: EUSTACE SIGNS ON AT CITY; Midfielder agrees four-year deal. 237
gardening: Delighted winners are to share prizes worth pounds 5,000. 423
gardening: GARDENS TO VISIT. 117
GARDENING: groundwork. 309
gardening: Mill Gardens' magnificence will endure; ANN EVANS TALKS TO JULIA MEASURES WHO IS ENSURING THAT THE BEAUTIFUL GARDENS HER LATE FATHER ARTHUR RESTORED AND LOVINGLY TENDED WILL ALWAYS REMAIN OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. 877
George plans a Taboo musical. 166
Go batty in the park. 84
Goodbyes pay for summer fun. 168
Great start for church project. 117
Grieving brother's bid to meet police chief; Request could end mystery of woman missing in India. 299
Groups get a smoke warning. 131
Grrrreat way to end course. 274
Hamiltons deny sex assault claims. 349
Hands up to try art from India. 153
Having a ball with ugly bugs. 147
Health drive to help Asians. 130
Heart of England woos back the tourists. 138
Heartache behind bride's happiness; WEDDING PAIR WENT TO AMAZING LENGTHS SO DYING DAD COULD BE THERE. 475
helen legh'S COLUMN UNPLUGGED: I love a good party as long as I'm not the hen. 466
Help to beat the doorstep con thieves; Police offer to visit day centres and clubs with advice. 237
HOMETHREATENS TO THROW OUT OAPs; Bosses issue eviction warning and say funding crisis means they cannot afford to care for five pensioners. 513
Hordes join in 40s events. 113
Hospital waiting lists up for third month in a row. 244
How to check on your callers; Police offer to visit day centres and clubs with advice. 112
it's your shout! 985
Jenny Mackenzie'S COLUMN Voice of the North: Are lottery bosses just ignoring smaller towns? 361
Leisure centre revamp to start. 240
LETTERS: your views. 1096
Marathon to be a runaway success. 112
Matthew tests his skills to the limit. 136
memories; RECENTLY-PUBLISHED PICTURES OF COME DANCING AT THE LOCARNO IN COVENTRY BROUGHT BACK THOUGHTS OF HEADY DAYS. 764
Memory loss may not be linked to age. 124
MOTOR CYCLING: Lee is aiming high. 96
Moves to cut wasted police time; Probe into trials which fail to start. 339
Music teacher in print. 96
Omagh families' legal fight. 111
Open house to close roof leak; CHURCH TEAS HELP APPEAL TO KEEP THE CONGREGATION DRY. 282
Own an island - for pounds 4m. 87
Paradise for sale. 114
Peek into world of theatre. 118
pet sos: Alf and Ted find a home together; LUCKY PAIR GET A CHANCE OF HAPPINESS IN THEIR TWILIGHT YEARS WITH DOG-LOVING COUPLE ALBERT AND ANN HAGON. 810
pet sos: CAN YOU GIVE A DOG A HOME? 307
pet sos: The old 'uns are the best. 133
Pieces fit together. 106
Police in fresh appeal over armed raid at betting shop. 158
pounds 3/4m for rail crash victim's family. 237
Pub fun to help charity. 90
Revving up for a weekend of rock. 125
Riders go out for cash. 81
Road repair work on hold. 161
Row over baby deal. 159
Rugby club hopes bus service for fans will get a big following. 150
Safety fears 'unfounded'. 294
Samantha Clarke'S COLUMN View from the clock tower; Laying the foundations for fund-raising success. 432
SATURDAY TV TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. 236
Scooter pledge by market traders. 143
SEND IT OT COVENTRY CAMPAIGN: Stadium blarney jibe angers Nick. 294
SPEEDWAY: Bees gunning for a hat-trick. 239
Strike days on rail route. 90
STRIKE THREAT OVER BUS PAYLETTER. 275
Students' sculpture inspired by the Bard. 108
SUNDAY TV TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. 233
Sunny Delight goes off colour with drink buyers. 182
SWIMMING: Whitehead clinches bronze. 145
Tanker drivers vote for action. 148
Thousands roar in for the Bulldog Bash; GLEAMING MEAN MACHINES ARE ADMIRED FOR THEIR POWER AND GLORY. 254
Toddler dies after being left in van. 100
travel: A golfer's paradise; THE WONDERFUL VARIETY AND QUALITY OF IRISH GOLF COURSES MAKE THEM A PLEASURE TO PLAY. 751
travel: Kids will love Alton Tower's Team Extreme of daredevil riders. 323
TV presenter's wedding joy. 114
Two hurt in gang attack. 133
Typhoid case confirmed. 142
Ulster crisis review talks. 118
Uniforms charity gift all sewn up. 142
Van the Man is on stage at Stratford; LEGENDARY BLUES SINGER JOINS TOWN'S AUTUMN ARTS FESTIVAL. 257
Village is to get a One2One despite its protest petition. 153
Village policing petition grows; Another 500 names are added to list demanding better cover. 221
Walk and talk your way back to health. 161
WEEKEND TV: 10 things you didn't know about... CORONATION STREET STAR JULIE HESMONDHALGH. 178
WEEKEND TV: BONDI BEECH; The Bill's bad copper picks up his criminal activities in Australia. 479
WEEKEND TV: GRIN AND BARE ALL!; TV AND FILM BEDROOM SCENES MAY LOOK STEAMY BUT JUST HOW DO ACTORS COPE WITH GETTING COSY IN FRONT OF A CAMERA CREW? 1040
Wife kept on filthy boat for 24 years. 215
WIN a street scooter. 231
WOMEN'S FOOTBALL: Cartwright takes over. 122
You could be a health inspector. 103
Youth up in court on burglary charge. 115

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