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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 16, 2001)

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'Copter plucks boy from mud. 166
'People's quiz' pinpoints crime priorities. 332
999 CALL FOR DYING WIFE PUT ON HOLD; Coroner criticises 'slipshod' response to desperate husband. 496
ACTIVE ZONE: Young survivors pass the test; Children learn basics of coping in the wild. 1623
Ailing singer brings end to tour. 130
ANGLING: Swinging the lead debate: Gearys glee for carp hunter Cook. 1392
any questions? 1226
Archer lodges appeal papers. 121
AS-level results hailed a success. 166
Asian support group to fold; 'We cannot survive on goodwill...'. 258
Axe terror of mum and daughters. 335
Banks under fire over high charges for being overdrawn. 85
Bigger burden in care service charges. 260
Boro in wait for stadium decision. 101
BOWLS: Arley grab one-shot win over Tunnel in nail-biter. 171
BOXING : Italian Stallion a wanted opponent. 190
Boys go through hoops to please. 169
BUSINESS : Annual paydeals fall to a low rate. 125
BUSINESS : Good work pays off for contractors. 117
Career choice course to be extended. 182
Childcare courses extended. 143
Chris Tarrant in pounds 1m role switch. 342
Clare inspired by Clinton speech; SCHOOLGIRL WINS pounds 1,000 TOP PRIZE IN ESSAY-WRITING COMPETITION. 293
Classic day out for Erik's pride and joy; Swedish car joins eye-catching parade. 719
Contracts roll in for parent firm. 226
Coroner warns of lethal gas danger. 173
CRICKET: ASHLEY GILES' COLUMN: So sad to fall at the last hurdle. 1051
CRICKET: Hussain looking to future. 211
CRICKET: Mather picks up year ban for umpire asssault. 264
CRICKET: Ruthless Hick puts Bears to the sword; SPOTLIGHT ON YESTERDAY'S FIRST CLASS ACTION SCORECARD. 837
Danielle detectives search homes site. 139
Drink to a sense of health and wellbeing. 83
Enjoy a healthier pregnancy; AD FEATURE. 621
ESSENTIALS: Breaking the habits of a lifetime; AD FEATURE. 357
ESSENTIALS: The woman who's got it all; AD FEATURE. 378
Festival back on the Camp Hill calendar; GALA EVENT REVIVED AFTER SIX YEARS TO BOOST COMMUNITY SPIRIT. 286
Fitting send-off for modest war hero. 136
FOOTBALL: Becks: Defeat will do us good. 243
FOOTBALL: Boro are in good shape for kick-off. 314
FOOTBALL: City out to fly the colours. 121
FOOTBALL: England must learn harsh lessons from masterclass. 804
FOOTBALL: Germany in top form as they smash five goals. 207
FOOTBALL: HOME FROM HOME; Fighting fit Cedric is out to sink his old mates. 719
FOOTBALL: Lions aiming to roar again! 151
FOOTBALL: Sven's Ruud awakening. . .; INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES. 1198
Footie fears on academy eased. 335
Gateway to piece of cricket history. 188
GOLF: Sky Blue Telfer is in fine form; ALL THE LATEST NEWS AND REPORTS FROM AROUND THE COUNTY AND THE BRITISH PROFESSIONAL SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIP. 1780
GPs urge patients: Turn up or cancel. 276
Group's hearty 'thanks'. 160
Guide to county's good food. 190
Help at hand for students. 99
Help me cook up a treat fit for Lady G! 290
Holiday's musical interlude. 139
Hospice plea. 89
Hug sums up A-level relief and delight. 156
Hughie's got prickly appeal. 192
IN THE COURTS: Defendant's failure ends in jail. 945
International challenges ahead. 158
Invitation to young gardeners. 104
Irish hosts make envoy feel at home. 357
It's CARNIVAL time!; COLOURFUL COSTUMES, MASKS AND FLOATS ARE ALL READY FOR THE BIG PARADE. 351
JOBS: Take a second chance to make a good impression; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 331
Joy as A-level grades continue to rise; HUNDREDS OF STUDENTS FIND OUT WHETHER THEIR HARD WORK HAS PAID OFF. 495
JUDO: Adam's Dutch treat. 126
Leisure centre to get pounds 1/2m tone-up; SQUASH COURTS SACRIFICED IN FAVOUR OF FITNESS STUDIO AND EXERCISE ROOM. 282
LETTERS: your views. 1361
Lock thieves out of your home. 116
More to Guards than a bearskin; AS GRENADIERS LAUNCH RECRUITMENT DRIVE, SOLDIERS DESCRIBE THE ATTRACTION OF A REGIMENT THAT TAKES THEM FROM BUCKINGHAM PALACE TO THE MOUNTAINS OF NORWAY. 1208
New leads in hunt for killer. 186
New van clue to missing Danielle. 175
Newspaper workers rewarded for long service. 233
Omagh marks darkest day. 178
Ordeal in the street. 80
Paintings just the start of heritage trails; VISITORS TO BE GUIDED TO CONSERVATION AREA LANDMARKS. 272
Palace denial of royal match plans. 161
Parade post office decision. 115
Plea over mobile raiders. 95
Pogo stick tipped as top toy. 129
Pop art helps campaign. 216
pounds 1-a-day life-saver for heart patients; RESEARCHERS HAIL TREATMENT THAT COULD BENEFIT 10,000 PEOPLE A YEAR. 338
pounds 12,000 price tag on city trike; MUSEUM TO SELL RARE 19th CENTURY MACHINE. 186
Praise for Sky Blues fans. 153
RACING: Ebor Punters warned to wait on Akbar. 596
reader holidays. 527
READER OFFERS: Join Pontin's party from only pounds 99 an apartment. . . with a fantastic pounds 50 cash back. 446
READER OFFERS: Save pounds pounds pounds s in tickets for Drayton Manor Park. 192
READER OFFERS: Win the chance to celebrate Thrust SSC's homecoming. 276
RECORD RESULTS JOY FOR PUPILS; Another A-levels best. 368
RECORD RESULTS JOY FOR STUDENTS; A-level pass rate climbs for 18th year in a row. 714
Refugees to get their own health team. 289
RESULTS DAY: Success rate up again for A-levels. 1518
RESULTS JOY FOR STUDENTS; A-level pass rate climbs for 18th year in a row. 369
Rubbish collection delays linger on; Bid to clear backlog caused by waste plant hitch. 186
Scabies outbreak hits nursing home; CONCERNED VISITORS FEAR SPREAD OF HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS CONDITION. 329
Search is on for museum skeletons. 133
SNOOKER: Nap-hand Atack step up title bid. 191
SNOOKER: Price is eyeing up return to big time; VETERAN KEEN TO REJOIN GAME'S ELITE. 524
Station revamp ahead of time. 150
Students fly out to help at gipsy centre; PLEA TO RAISE CASH TO TRANSFORM BUILDING INTO EDUCATION CENTRE. 298
Students make the grade in record year; JOY AND TEARS AS TEENAGERS DISCOVER WHETHER THEIR WORK HAS PAID OFF. 371
Tattooist warns of 'cowboys' CONCERNED EXPERT CALLS FOR TIGHTER REGULATIONS. 614
Texans tackle Shakespeare. 132
Thieves flee with six tiny puppies; Desperate hunt is on for Staffordshire Bull Terriers. 298
Three quizzed over bank cashpoint machine scam. 148
Turn up or cancel, urge doctors; pounds 300m YEARLY COST OF WASTED TIME. 274
Wish you were her? 142
Wonderland wins top prize; AMATEUR GARDENERS SHOW HOW THEY MAKE THE MOST OF THEIR IDEAS IN A LIMITED SPACE. 794
YOUR CHANCE TO BE A TRAVEL WRITER. 137
YOUR FUTURE: A career in mind. 189
YOUR FUTURE: Access2 experience the sound of music. 370
YOUR FUTURE: Christopher named top apprentice. 176
YOUR FUTURE: Finding a recipe for success. 493
YOUR FUTURE: Get on course with the right Connexions. 619
YOUR FUTURE: Going online with the police to LearnDirect. 404
YOUR FUTURE: Health and welfare courses open up new employment opportunities. 379
YOUR FUTURE: Just child's play. 189
YOUR FUTURE: New cyber cafe gets to grips with the Internet. 441
YOUR FUTURE: Practical knowhow for the world of business. 293
YOUR FUTURE: So you've had your results...what now? 360
YOUR FUTURE: Stretch your mind and discover the real world. 534
YOUR FUTURE: The BTEC route to a successful career. 543

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