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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 9, 2001)

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'COME RACING' ... says Tom Gittins of Stratford Racecourse; Evening Telegraph family raceday at Stratford. 496
. . . and rain accompanies castle's fireworks. 104
A wild west knockout at hospital's fun day; WALSGRAVE STAFF AND THEIR FAMILIES LET THEIR HAIR DOWN FOR A COWBOY- THEMED DAY OF GAMES AND LAUGHTER WHILE KENILWORTH CARNIVAL GOERS CELEBRATE BY RAISING RECORD FUNDS. 442
Accident sparks fresh safety fears. 172
All calm after an orgy of rioting; POLICE SAY 'SENSE OF NORMALITY' RETURNS TO BRADFORD AFTER WEEKEND VIOLENCE. 293
Amazing escape. 102
ATHLETICS: Four titles for county. 86
Atomic hug for Charles. 96
Automotive firm geared up to recruit. 264
Barry's job to rub refs up the right way; SPORTS MASSEUR IS GIVEN SOCCER PREMIERSHIP CONTRACT. 289
Biblical expert to meet church leaders. 118
Bid to cut tenants' waiting times. 173
BOWLS: County grab a lifeline. 358
BOWLS: Wagon through to quarter-finals of Saturday Cup event after draw. 205
BOXING: Hatton lifts the Manchester gloom. 387
Branson unveils his tilting trains; PENDOLINOS WILL CUT MORE THAN AN HOUR OFF SOME WEST COAST JOURNEYS. 583
Call for stables bid to be blocked. 130
Carnival crowds hit the streets for parade; THE CARNIVAL WILL GO ON! - KENILWORTH'S ANNUAL PARADE HAS RAISED MORE MONEY THAN EVER BEFORE AMID RUMOURS THAT THIS YEAR'S FESTIVAL OF FUN WOULD BE THE LAST. 340
Children invited to turn holidays into a drama. 158
Ciaran finds oasis of calm in city. 116
Cigarette sales advice. 86
CLASS ACT: Pupils pick up big top skills; THE PAGE THAT PUTS YOUR KIDS IN THE SPOTLIGHT. 297
Club has a heart of gold. 160
Couple crawl to safety under flames. 126
Coventry Crew hoping to lead UK to success; CITY'S CHEERLEADERS MAKE UP NEARLY HALF OF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SQUAD. 398
Craig is a recipe for success. 94
Crash halts power supply. 115
CRICKET: Don't panic says Nasser; SPOTLIGHT ON THE FIRST TEST AT EDGBASTON. 584
CRICKET: Downpour denies Stratford derby win; BIRMINGHAM PREMIER LEAGUE. 309
CRICKET: Milby champions after final drama; SCHOOLS CRICKET ROUND-UP. 451
CYCLING: TOUR DE FRANCE: Zabel flies solo for victory joy; FIRST STAGE. 734
DIY award will help to create green oasis. 248
Dream show for students. 149
Emergencies delay heart operations. 292
Euro-MPs set out breast implant rules. 112
Everyone joins the carnival parade. 285
Extra entrance to beat the traffic; Evening Telegraph family raceday at Stratford. 211
Face to face with Harry Potter's evil enemy. 155
Falcons swoop on radio soap role. 111
FEARLESS TONY IN BLAZE RESCUE; Autistic boy among three led to safety. 341
Firms missing out on huge savings. 134
Firms set to fight crime. 140
First day back at work for surgeon; REINSTATED ALBAN BARROS D'SA SEES PATIENTS AGAIN AFTER 20-MONTH GAP. 478
FLOWER POWER; RUGBY IN BLOOM. 358
FOOTBALL: Astonished Merson in Villa blast; Star fuming as Gregory moves to unload James. 812
FOOTBALL: BORO MAN TURNED DOWN HIBS. 191
football: GORDON BACKS BATTLER TELFER. 355
football: Taylor-made switch for keeper Ian; Former England international joins Leicester City. 696
FOOTBALL: Tesco march nearer to title. 206
Fun day raises pounds 2,500. 104
FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY; Evening Telegraph family raceday at Stratford. 337
Girls-only cubs is a first for scout group. 135
golf: Ace Mouland lands pounds 84,800 Irish bonanza; THE SMURFIT EUROPEAN OPEN. 609
Good Samaritan became the victim. 309
Hapless Henry's cunning plan. 168
Harrison cancer scare. 89
Help bureau reaches out to more. 98
Homes blacked out after van crashes. 105
Homes hit by blackout. 101
IN THE COURTS: Man jailed for carrying knife and store theft. 699
Join the Club for sun, sea, sangria and ...?; IT'S EVENING TELEGRAPH FUNSHINE WEEK: DUNCAN GIBBONS LIVES IT LARGE ON A CLUB 18-30 HOLIDAY - SO HOW TRUE ARE THE RUMOURS AND CAN OUR MAN IN MAJORCA KEEP UP THE PACE? 1048
Knifepoint robbers get away with pounds 820. 221
Lance is driving force in army exercise. 163
Launch promotes a cleaner way of life. 138
Lessons to be learned from a sorry saga. 229
LETTERS: your views. 1420
LIGHTNING HITS CONCERT VENUE. 324
Marconi at risk of bid attempt. 393
MAUREEN SPRING COLUMN: So, what do I have to do to sell my beautiful house? 608
Meeting to focus on cancer pilot. 104
More needed to help young. 122
motor racing: Jaguar pair in the thick of the action at Brands hatch. 324
motorcycle racing: Sheene rolling back the years. 291
MOTORSPORT: Donington thrilled by Rossi's charge to win; RECORD CROWD AT DONINGTON FOR BRITISH MOTORCYCLE GRAND PRIX. 722
MOTORSPORT: Hodgson on a high for Brands Hatch. 259
New crackdown on commercial raids; Special unit aims to tackle burglaries. 271
New school trip safety guidelines drawn up. 232
Old soldier Don back home for legion party. 426
Park to rock to Caribbean beat. 378
Pensioners protest at centre plan. 284
Praise for village spirit; FANTASTIC TURNOUT AT BULKINGTON CARNIVAL. 424
Public meeting demands end to 'rape' of Balsall Common. 281
Pupils get back to basics,Victorian style. 95
Pupils' tiles mark dawning of century; School millennium project goes on permanent display. 290
RACING: Desert Deer looks worth following. 531
RACING: Drowne is enjoying memorable campaign. 411
RACING: Goldie plans double entry in Ascot race. 204
RACING: Loader aiming to hit back. 343
RACING: Loder determined to bounce back at Newmarket. 447
Raid youth avoids prison. 144
reader offers: Indoor plant care kit ONLY pounds 4.99. 82
Retirements prompt appeal for volunteers. 93
Revamp at fire station beatstarget; First phase expected to be finished early. 261
Rider is injured as bikes collide. 94
Rower is back on home turf; SHOPPERS GET CLOSE-UP VIEW OF BOAT USED IN JIM'S EPIC TRIP ACROSS PACIFIC. 373
RUGBY UNION: Bears let down again. 140
RUGBY UNION: Phil Vickery's column: Wallabies deserved to win; SETBACK FOR THE LIONS AS SERIES IS LEVELLED. 612
rugby union: Wilko's leg 'not broken'. 475
Saints alive. 102
School to bid for technology cash; ACCESS TO HI-TECH RESOURCES WILL IMPROVE EVERY SUBJECT AREA. 281
Shop protest group gettheir chips. 245
Sixth-formers' art in the public spotlight. 143
Socialists back bus campaign. 234
Sofina tastes healthy curry glory. 179
Some sneak thieves like it hot. 84
SPEEDWAY: Jason joy as Aussies rule. 726
SPEEDWAY: MIKE BERRY'S POLISH DIARY: IT'S SAFETY FIRST AS GREG GETS HIS WAY. 294
Split on this despicable thug, police urge. 273
Strategy set out to save environment; Twenty-one ways that we can all do our bit. 327
Students get taste of work abroad. 161
Summer jumps proving to be runaway success; Evening Telegraph family raceday at Stratford. 363
SUPERTRAIN ON ITS WAY AT LAST; Richard Branson unveils his 140mph tilting train. 265
Teenager denies rail line charge. 82
Teenagers get a taste for life. 89
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON: Henman: No room for roofs; TIM HENMAN LOSES HIS THIRD WIMBLEDON SEMI. 370
Tennis: Wimbledon: Tim will do it one day, says Taylor. 342
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON:Venus is aiming; for perfection; LADIES CHAMPION VOWS TO CONTINUE TO IMPROVE HER GAME. 460
Time to simplify procedures. 172
Tips on how to avoid danger. 163
Tips on staying out of danger. 141
Tips on staying out of danger. 113
TOWN RAIL LINK ON FAST TRACK. 273
Treat will help failing students; Adventure holidays for hundreds of teens. 256
Unsold food goes to charity. 111
Villagers back rural beat bobbies petition. 182
Visitors put different accent on the Bard. 199
Walking to aid studies. 142
Weigh to go...; Evening Telegraph family raceday at Stratford. 127
Wildlife haven proving popular; NEW VISITOR CENTRE TO BE BUILT TO COPE WITH INCREASING NUMBERS. 240
WIN ...a 10-day trip of a lifetime for two to India; Including tickets for all five days of the first England/India Test Match. 507
WIN ...the chance to be a racehorse owner at our family raceday; Evening Telegraph family raceday at Stratford. 438
Woman, 35, died in taxi crash; Car out of control, inquesttold. 343
Women strike a blow for equality on football field. 161
Woods ablaze after dry weather. 138
Young eyes spot book error; BOY'S QUICK THINKING FORCES PUBLISHER TO RECALL COPIES. 324
Youngsters are pride of the parade. 99
Youth quizzed after attack. 113

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