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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (December 21, 2001)

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'Scandal' of pounds 900-a-night judges' digs. 83
[0] Police hit road to hit criminals hard; HUNDREDS OF VEHICLES SCANNED AS OFFICERS CARRY OUT PRE-CHRISTMAS CRIME CRACKDOWN. 432
Accident victim's funeral. 130
Alley thugs snatch cash. 166
ANGLING: PAT ARMSTRONG'S COLUMN ON THE ANGLING SCENE: Cooper's ton-up haul may be record-breaker. 213
ANGLING: PAT ARMSTRONG'S COLUMN ON THE ANGLING SCENE: Top two stick with tradition to land prizes. 664
ATHLETICS: Harriers scoop honours. 185
Author's bid to change Islam's image. 155
BADMINTON: Three-team fight in the top division. 116
Band's debut gig is just for Connor; RESEARCH FUNDS AIM BY PARENTS OF BOY, SIX, WITH RARE DISEASE. 325
Beer flows again at blaze-ravaged pub. 210
BLAST FEAR IN GARAGE BLAZE; Firefighters discover highly explosive gas cylinders. 264
BOOZE BOYS CAUGHT - IN THEIR UNIFORMS; Pupils trapped in town pub raid. 301
Boy who fell for fishing, hook, line, and sinker!; FROM A 'TIDDLER', MARK, AGED 16, IS NOW BEATING ALL THE SENIORS AT HIS CLUB. 388
Brothers get a run for their money. 131
Building firm in pounds 500,000 deal. 101
Burned man fights for life. 253
By-law could end this firework menace. 188
CABBIES TO STRIKE ON BUSIEST NIGHTS; City party crowd to be left stranded. 258
Cancer boy, 4 in gift of life 'first'. 240
Car park presents alert. 252
Castle gets set for its own Christmas festivity. 182
Christmas shelter set for a big demand; HOMELESSNESS TEAM GEAR UP FOR EXPECTED 'INFLUX' FROM BIRMINGHAM. 253
Christmas shutdown for Fudge and pals; ANIMAL WELFARE CENTRE ACTS TO STOP PETS BEING BOUGHT ON A WHIM AS GIFTS. 346
Christmas tree is a gift of thanks. 188
Club's Christmas surprise. 117
Clubs site a big hit. 116
College project for food firms. 166
Collins shows off her Latin charmer. 162
Coroner's warning on drug mix risk; ACCIDENT VERDICT AFTER YOUNG MOTHER WAS FOUND DEAD IN BED. 186
Crash driver suffers neck injuries. 126
CRICKET: Double strike gives England the upper hand. 667
CRICKET: Giles strikes to give England the upper hand. 704
Dancing way to pounds 10,000 target; SNOWBALL. 265
Diet puts pounds in Deborah's pocket. 211
Don't risk a view on the cheap. 151
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: CHRISTMAS STRESSALERT. 287
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Diesels a pair of smoothies; USED CAR SPECIAL. 700
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: DRIVING SHORTS. 191
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: DRIVING SHORTS. 219
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Following in the tracks of a legend. 129
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Last bow for second generation. 176
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Little gem has a light touch. 536
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Maker's homage to Healey; HAND-BUILT pounds 50,000 CAPESPORT 3000 IS SET TO BECOME A MODERN CLASSIC. 456
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Manual help for your car repairs; BOOK AND VIDEO ROUND-UP. 581
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: pounds 5,000 attraction to restore a Model T. 202
European gateway opens for Lynx. 373
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 156
Extra focus on crime hot spot; EXTRA CCTV CAMERA PUT UP IN TOWN CENTRE TROUBLE AREA. 286
Families promised something to give. 184
Fears on festive working hours. 131
Festive cheer for the needy. 216
Festive cheer, loud and clear!; IT'S A BUSY SEASON FOR BELL-RINGERS OF COVENTRY. 446
Festive debit card bills to top pounds 10bn. 170
Festive help for victims. 85
Festive knees-up. 110
Flower power for hospice appeal. 166
FOOTBALL. 80
FOOTBALL. 167
FOOTBALL: Bantams are plucky rivals. 890
FOOTBALL: Bedworth without banned Richardson. 554
FOOTBALL: BLAKE IS DANGER FOR CITY; Mills in warning on 'old mate'. 609
FOOTBALL: BORO TRAIL NEW MAN; Central defender is the target for Burr. 223
FOOTBALL: Dour struggle caused by pitch being too cold moans Francis; Crystal Palace 1 Nottingham Forest 1. 484
FOOTBALL: Giggs: We must make Old Trafford fearsome fortress again. 472
FOOTBALL: O'Leary dreams of No1 present for Christmas. 618
FOOTBALL: Redgate returns to boost Rugby. 599
FOOTBALL: RICHARD KEYS'S COLUMN A SKY BLUES FAN'S VIEW: Bowyer needs to make fresh start; Clubs would queue up to pay pounds 15m for Lee. 719
FOOTBALL: Tough tests for Griff, Cabbage. 167
FOOTBALL: Williams rejoins upbeat Knitters. 504
Fountain too wet for flower beds. 261
GO! ART: A STATEMENT IN FASHION. 336
GO! ART: Turner winner at the Mead. 203
GO! CINEMA: JACKSON IS THE NEW RING MASTER. 831
GO! CLASSICAL: CASTLE'S SET FOR A CAROL FEAST. 432
GO! FOLK: A MEMORABLE YEAR OF FANTASTIC MUSIC. 376
GO! FOLK: Maddy's perfect appetiser for Christmas. 363
GO! JAZZ: MASTER FIDDLER GOES ELECTRIC. 455
GO! JAZZ: Muskrats mark year end. 280
GO! JAZZ: This balanced album is nicely ordered; CD REVIEW. 255
GO! ROCK: DISCOVERING THE JOYS OF PAYNE. 725
GO! ROCK: SOUND BITES. 318
GO! TAIL PIECES. 264
GO! THE LIMIT: Family goes from rock to hip-hop. 372
GO! THE LIMIT: PUNKAND BUSTER ADD UP TO FEAST OF BAD MANNERS. 587
GO! THEATRE: ALBERT LIKES TO RSC 'EM ALL. 445
GO! THEATRE: PANTO IS THE LIFE FOR BRIAN. 595
GO! THEATRE: STAGE WHISPERS. 230
GO! WATCH THIS SPACE. 363
Horse sense for wobbly bridge. 95
Hospitals gear for busy time; THOUSANDS FACE A FESTIVE TRIP TO CASUALTY. 357
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze off to flying start in Best of British tournament. 464
IN THE COURTS. 1069
Insurance giants to launch major drive on jobs; FIRM SPREADS CHRISTMAS CHEER BY ANNOUNCING OVER 40 NEW POSTS. 311
Isabella wins new challenge; BUSINESS CAMPAIGNER TAKES ON A NATIONAL ROLE. 218
Jobs blow for foundry. 83
Leeds family tell of civil action. 141
LETTERS: your views. 398
LETTERS: your views. 1382
Lions' donation to town's Meals on Wheels is food for thought. 133
Lower Precinct lures shop giant; Jobs boost as Sainsbury plans 'local' outlet. 291
M &B FRIDAY GAMES: Works end Bucks' unbeaten record. 252
M-way terror trip by man, 80. 160
Man 'critical' after fight. 150
Marconi buys bonds - and sells Hotpoint. 320
Marconi in new bid to cut pounds 4bn debt; TROUBLED FIRM TRIES TO REVIVE FORTUNES BY BUYING BACK BONDS. 256
MARTIAL ARTS: Town aces turn on style in British Championships. 298
Maternity ward goodbye to Hilary. 203
MG talks show eastern promise. 235
MG talks show eastern promise. 100
MOTOR SPORT: Lauda back behind the FI wheel. 295
Move to allay fears on spy tactics. 229
MP Bob's drugs message. 82
MUM DIES IN FIRE TRAGEDY; House blaze claims life of 39-year-old Two children rescued from their beds. 355
Neighbours' light work wins top prize. 242
Net gives a pointer to the county. 205
Net gives pointer to the county. 115
New head chosen for school. 93
New homes are a rural battlefield; HOUSING ASSOCIATION FEARS VILLAGES WILL DISINTEGRATE AS OPPOSITION TO BUILDING LOW-COST HOUSING FORCES YOUNG PEOPLE TO LEAVE. 1550
New lease of life for computers. 181
New telly owners warned to get a licence. 256
OAPs fear losing bus passes. 156
Panto pair plan a happy ending. 94
Patient says thanks with her feet. 190
Petition aiming to drive pests from park. 275
Pilot scheme offers free legal advice; NEW PLAN TO HELP THOSE WHO FACE LOSING THEIR HOMES. 263
Plan to scrap fire platform shelved. 227
Police find pupils in the pub. 143
Police hit road to hit criminals hard; HUNDREDS OF VEHICLES SCANNED AS OFFICERS CARRY OUT PRE-CHRISTMAS CRIME CRACKDOWN. 472
Potter book sales soar. 145
pounds 4.5million for city's transport. 252
pounds 630,000 grant to aid school merger; GOVERNMENT HANDOUT TO HELP PREPARE HOST SITE FOR PUPILS. 272
Prostitutes' law. 93
Pupils wrap up boxes of joy. 192
Pupils' history project honour. 138
Race attack pair jailed. 197
RACING: Dusk Duel set to strike Silver. 186
RACING: McCoy tops 1,500 wins. 298
RACING: Paris Pike goes it alone. 284
RACING: Racing look to new man in vital battle. 546
RACING: Swan back with champ. 710
Rail fare increases attract criticism. 119
Ray's 18-inch locks go for charity. 172
Repeat bid to deter truancy. 119
RUGBY UNION: Coventry use holiday fixture to fine tune. 347
RUGBY UNION: Getting back to the grindstone after cup distractions. 641
RUGBY UNION: Nuns ponder the shape of things to come. 281
School pupils found drinking in pub. 172
Scientists warn on dangers of drinking in middle age. 203
Sexy lingerie goes on the net. 161
Shepherds are the stars. 89
Shops braced for last-minute presents rush. 222
Soccer stars' festive visit. 122
Speed move praised. 88
Stress remedy liver scare. 204
Sue scoops pounds 100 prize in survey. 177
Thieves snatch pounds 50,000 statue; pounds 1,000 REWARD PUT UP FOR SAFE RETURN OF MUCH-LOVED MERMAID SCULPTURE. 398
Thugs target OAP in her own home; 'Frail old lady' is city's second victim in two days. 358
TUC calls for drug help policy. 155
Twins give a double dose of care. 144
US envoy thanks town for sympathy. 103
User groups hit at fare rises. 89
Village statue is just wizard. 218
Vintage gift for car museum. 131
Walk to explore waterway wildlife. 124
Who's ahead of the games? 105
Why city failed to win stadium fight; REVIEW TEAM SAYS BID DID NOT SAY HOW GASWORKS SCHEME WOULD BE PAID FOR. 415
Why we keep our greetings short. 193
Williams rejoins upbeat Knitters. 690
WIN A cricketing year book of a memorable season. 314
Women send out message to world; AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS IMPRESS THE ART EXPERTS. 272
Zoe's quiz hopes to jet away. 173

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