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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 28, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
'Learning companies' prey on unwary. 322
'Mopping up' ideas for cash; SUGGESTIONS SOUGHT ON HOW TO SPEND pounds 54m OF GOVERNMENT HELP. 298
'We met Outback suspect'. 102
A fond farewell to Gina. 112
A touch of care and much love. 182
Adam lines up sunshine fun. 149
Anger at latest in 'get rich' scams; WARNING ISSUED OVER 'CYNICAL ATTEMPT TO CON PEOPLE'. 368
Asian festival will draw the crowds; SINGERS, DANCERS AND STRONG MAN AMONG DAY'S ATTRACTIONS. 259
Bitter victory for sex victim; ASSAULT CASE WOMAN MAY NEVER GET pounds 70,000 DAMAGES. 453
books. 680
BOWLS: Lancashire hot shot!; Ice-cool Ted defies heat to keep title. 480
BOXING: Woods eases to victory. 389
BRIDES: A dress to impress. 387
BRIDES: A true symbol of everlasting love. 151
byte size: COMPUTER BITS. 145
byte size: Hassle-free PC upgrades. 200
byte size: HOT HINTS; Windows 98 and onwards: Start your PC quicker. 112
byte size: WONDER WEBSITES. 171
Cash gift helps create day room; STROKE PATIENTS BENEFIT FROM CHANGE OF SCENERY. 507
Cash to keep older bobbies in the job; HOME OFFICE PERMISSION SOUGHT FOR SCHEME TO STOP 'EXPERIENCE DRAIN'. 233
Cathedral ruins are setting for tribute to city. 210
Chanceto see Full Monty in the flesh. 131
country walks; Ideal family stroll through some beautiful scenery; Clifford Chambers to Cold Comfort Farm, 4-miles. Map Explorer 205. 499
Craig, 12, is all set to be a Hurricane. 216
CRASH SHUTS TOWN CENTRE; Two cut free from four-car pile-up. 252
CRICKET: Benefit for Piper. 114
CRICKET: Injury blow rules out sad Giles. 313
CRICKET: Mighty Hussey hammers double ton. 514
CRICKET: TUDOR LINED UP FOR TEST. 239
Cycle ride for charity. 88
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Poles take honours in first international; Bydgoszcz (Poland) 44 Wednesfield Aces 39 Swindon 36 Coventry 33. 416
CYCLING: Armstrong in Tour control. 81
DEADLY FEARS OVER KIDS' GUN GAMES; Armed officers could be called to 'incidents'. 249
Disabled to have say on parking. 169
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 152
Extra dates for lovers of trad jazz. 210
Fall in for summer fun - at the double. 158
food & drink: Catering for the kids! 898
food & drink: jamie's dish. 464
food & drink: organic living. 382
FOOTBALL: Hitzfeld set to stay at Bayern. 225
FOOTBALL: West Brom to cash in on hitman Lee. 493
Fresh lead in Suzy inquiry. 161
gardening: groundwork. 329
gardening: Mary knows how her garden grows. 1165
Glass idea for Shire Hall. 206
Glass-roofed offices. 99
golf: Speedy Gonzalez edges to the lead. 331
Hall's modern power play is a stunner; REVIEW. 340
helen legh'S COLUMN: UNPLUGGED; I admit it, I fancy a grandad... but he is, after all, a sex god! 571
Holiday guns warning from police. 264
Holidays are all rhythm, no blues. 123
Hunt for handbag of family memories. 173
It can be such fun to learn. 99
it's your shout! 1226
Jenny Mackenzie'S COLUMN voice north; Presidential link could be a bonus - or it might not be. 470
Karzan speaks up for city's Kurdish refugees; 'WHEN ENGLISH PEOPLE FIND OUT HOW FRIENDLY WE ARE, THEY WILL LOVE US'. 403
LETTERS: your views. 1373
Man admits pet shop bomb terror; SCHIZOPHRENIC SENT EXPLOSIVE IN MEMORY OF TRAGIC ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVIST. 418
memories; Album's mystery owner tracked down; MANY READERS - FAMILY AND FRIENDS AMONG THEM - HELPED SOLVE THE MYSTERY OF THE ALBUM OF PHOTOGRAPHS WE FEATURED RECENTLY. 1235
Merged schools get set for a new building. 223
MOTORSPORT: Irvine's lap record for Jaguar. 161
MYSTERY OF MAN FOUND INCITYPARK; Two attacked, one still unconscious. 304
New policy to protect firefighters. 95
NEWSFOCUS: Desperate mum who just needs a break; ONE FAMILY'S STRUGGLE TO COPE WITH BOY'S MENTAL ILLNESS. 741
Oh brother! What a big night for Brian! 204
Oh brother! What a big night for Brian; MILLIONS VOTE GAY IRISH AIR STEWARD AS SHOW'S pounds 70,000 WINNER. 502
Oliver's riding high on his new tricycle; SNOWBALL. 209
Oliver's riding high on his new tricycle; SNOWBALL: GENEROUS SNOWBALL GIFT GETS DISABLED SCHOOLBOY ON THE ROAD TO MOBILITY. 308
Party people snub the city. 88
pet SOS : CAN YOU GIVE AN ANIMAL A LOVING HOME? 335
pet SOS : Service was animal magic. 143
pet sos: Maisie and Daisy are a perfect match; THE PERFECT COMPANION WAS FOUND IN AN INSTANT WHEN MRS JAMES BECKONED TO A FORLORN RESCUE DOG. 648
Picnic couple guilty of children's rail deaths. 284
Police complaint is sent to the top; DESPAIRING VILLAGERS TELL BLUNKETT ABOUT INADEQUATE COVER. 300
Police squad homes in on thecar thieves; OPERATION MOUNTED AFTER INCREASE IN THEFTS AND VANDALISM. 339
pounds 40m bid to combat traffic chaos. 222
Race to save shops. 126
Rescue ban is backed. 114
Risk of foot and mouth remains. 165
Samantha Clarke'S COLUMN: View from the clock tower: Let's dump the hump and fine fast drivers instead. 363
SATURDAY TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. 222
School's charity effort is a big hit. 113
School's gym is for everyone. 93
Serial robbers are locked up; Court hears how hostel pair stole to pay for heroin. 313
Show for a patient audience. 179
Show is a whole new ball game. 143
Soap queen brought city to a virtual standstill; CROSSROADS IS BACK ON OUR TVs ... BUT MANY FANS OF THE ORIGINAL SERIES REMEMBER THE DAY COVENTRY BECAME A LOCATION. 887
SPEEDWAY: Coventry duo have it all to do tonight. 333
Sporting fun with the Army. 187
Sporty fun for just 50p. 91
Stallholders raise glass to bar plan; FORMER BAPTIST CHURCH TO BE CONVERTED INTO 'TOADS' PUB. 299
Steve takes an aerial walk for hospice fund. 174
Steve's on a wing and a prayer. 199
Success for drive to cut non-attendance. 334
Summer school for bright pupils. 227
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. 262
Take a trip on our fair canal. 197
Terror as armed raiders strike. 106
TERROR FOR STORE STAFF IN ARMED RAID; Flare gun threat to manager. 346
The race is on for dirt track scheme. 250
Time to check your pulses, girls. 225
Tots play dressing up. 353
Trains run worse than ever. 207
travel: Where scenic beauty meets ancient mystery; THE SPELLBINDING SIGHTS, SOUNDS AND AROMAS OF BRITTANY WEAVE THEIR SPECIAL MAGIC. 879
Trouble next door for jilted hubby. 114
Victim caught out in TV con. 193
Watchdog saddles up to beat cowboys. 186
WEEKEND TV: @ the cutting edge of drama; Robert Lindsay's latest role mixes the high-tech world of computers with covert crime-busting investigations. 486
WEEKEND TV: 10 things you didn't know about... HITCH-HIKERS GUIDE TO THE GALAXY. 191
WEEKEND TV: SAVAGE look at the American lifestyle. 1220
Woman robbed of pension. 212

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