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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (November 26, 2001)

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[0] Chance to make a date with schools. 183
[0] Leave owls to experts, film fans warned. 227
125mph tilting train 'derailed' for a year. 314
125mph tilting train put back a year. 237
A night on the aisles; HOW CUSTOMERS HAVE WARMED TO THE IDEA OF SHOPPING ROUND THE CLOCK. 586
Armed raid terror at Little Chef. 107
BASKETBALL: Betts leads shock England victory. 302
BASKETBALL: Sharland injury scuppers Crusaders; Worthing Thunder 114 Coventry Crusaders 103. 513
Beans mean a free lunch. 116
Boffins dispel sad loner stereotype. 272
Boost for campaign to improve community. 306
Cabbies take protest on to the ring road. 298
Calendar takes special year into another. 168
Carolyn proves she's no dummy. 102
Cash helps pave way for support work deal; Countdown to change in services. 234
Cause of my illness was in the water. 1852
Chance to make a date with schools. 177
Charity shop rings up pounds 2m. 177
Chesney 'can't wait' for his SkyDome date. 340
City woman's hunt for old school friends. 162
class act; The page that puts your kids in the spotlight. 243
Club's card gesture. 129
Compromise road safety plans criticised. 157
Couple robbed by gas leak conmen. 223
Curry king serves up a treat for charity; SNOWBALL. 166
Del Boy leads Beeb's festive battle. 362
Double celebration for business centre. 225
Drivers of black cabs in fresh protest. 239
Driving focus. 80
Drugs seized in raid on pub. 101
ELDERLY TO BE CARED FOR IN UNUSED FLATS; Plan to free up beds in hospital. 284
EU bans bull bars on new cars. 108
Ex-soldier in knifepoint robbery. 305
Facelift plan for estate. 123
Festive ceremony rapped. 138
Festive flavour to marching band's big night. 159
Firebug strikes six times in a night. 219
FOOTBALL: A welcome but rare win at The Oval for Greenbacks; Bedworth United 4 Swindon Supermarine 2. 444
FOOTBALL: Aussie World Cup despair. 172
FOOTBALL: Barthez howlers gift it to Arsenal; Arsenal 3 Manchester United 1. 654
FOOTBALL: Beaten black and Blues!; Birmingham 2 Sky Blues 0. 1224
FOOTBALL: Boro are out-fought; Nuneaton Borough 1 Telford United 2. 834
FOOTBALL: BORO LOSE THEIR HOME COMFORT. 399
FOOTBALL: Celtic go 10 points clear. 148
FOOTBALL: Charley gives Adders boss perfect 40th birthday present; Atherstone United 2 Stourport Swifts 1. 342
FOOTBALL: Heskey's a wow as Reds win; Liverpool 1 Sunderland 0. 281
FOOTBALL: Knitters drop a stitch at Poppies; Kettering Town 2 Hinckley United 1. 279
FOOTBALL: Leam are edged out. 117
FOOTBALL: NOT GOOD ENOUGH. 383
FOOTBALL: Rugby revival continues with another victory; Rugby United 2 St Leonards 0. 328
FOOTBALL: Sheffield a no-go zone say the IAAF. 151
FOOTBALL: Smith sees red again; Leeds United 1 Aston Villa 1. 421
FOOTBALL: Strachan lines up double signing. 338
FOOTBALL: Stratford hit top. 117
FOOTBALL: Taylor poised to reveal all. 106
FOOTBALL: Tucker in vital penalty save for Racing; Racing Club Warwick 0 Halesowen Town 0. 398
Francis's work is back in fashion; CITY EXHIBITION IS TRIBUTE TO LIFE OF ITS MOST FAMOUS METALWORKER. 594
Free attack alarms for villagers. 138
Fresh criticism for hospital unit; Trust chiefs say emergency assessment rates will be improved. 252
Getting rid of old fridges. 110
Happy caretaker in the limelight; PRIMARY SCHOOL NOMINATES ROY FOR NATIONAL HERO AWARD. 240
Hospice is raffle winner. 115
Hundreds dead in fortress uprising; WAR ON TERRORISM. 314
Ice hockey bosses might axe King song; Sex shame mogul's tune greets team. 297
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze frozen out by Fife's touch of class. 752
IN THE COURTS. 854
Inner-city area gets a sporting chance; pounds 100,000 grant to fight cycle of drugs and crime. 308
Internment row brews; WAR ON TERRORISM. 123
J-Lo flies in for a starry royal performance. 125
Junction blackspot 'solution' unveiled; AFTER MORE THAN 40 ACCIDENTS IN 11 YEARS, THE A45 'WILL BE SAFER'. 387
Leave owls to experts, film fans warned. 226
LETTERS: your views. 1512
LETTERS: your views. 188
Marines advance on Taliban heart; WAR ON TERRORISM. 264
Market traders waiting for the rush to start; HOW CUSTOMERS HAVE WARMED TO THE IDEA OF SHOPPING ROUND THE CLOCK. 260
Match nets cash for cancer unit. 141
maureen spring'S COLUMN ON MONDAY: There are lists on my list of things to do for Christmas. 613
Mediaeval well find delights restorers; NEW ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIND AS WORK ON 15th CENTURY TERRACE NEARS COMPLETION. 430
METER SCHEME TO END TOWN CHAOS; County plans on-street charges to cut parking problems. 244
Meters to end chaos. 103
Mines delay. 92
MOTORSPORT:Burns keeps a cool head. 498
Moves to ban human cloning. 185
MP backs hospitals reform bid. 108
Muslims facing terror backlash; Race chief calls talks. 227
New bid to tighten rules on bouncers. 324
Nuns launch pounds 50,000 extension. 163
ON THE DRAWING BOARD. 184
Pair pay to be Lord Mayor for day; BUSINESSMEN BID pounds 800 TO TAKE OVER CIVIC REINS. 244
Parcel trick by thief. 101
Phone experts sold to Eurotel; City staff moving to new premises. 235
Plans are unveiled for A45 junction blackspot. 378
Police praised for courtesy during funeral. 174
pounds 1.2m facelift at killer junction; FIRST PICTURES OF PLANNED IMPROVEMENTS ARE UNVEILED AT PUBLIC EXHIBITION. 398
pounds 134,000 pay-off for ex-taxis boss. 244
pounds 1bn a week injection to cut wait lists; HEALTH SECRETARY PLANS CLAMP ON OBJECTIONS TO NHS-PRIVATE CARE LINK. 185
Protest over rising demolition bill. 129
Queen turns to sits. vac. to find new aide. 104
RACING: Dancer all set to waltz home. 323
RACING: Golan's Japan Cup bid ends in defeat. 239
RACING: McCain's back in hunt for National. 587
RACING: Murphy lines up a double big-race raid. 288
RACING: Star may head for Sandown. 227
Raiders hit cashier with bat. 100
Railtrack crisis delays Virgin's tilting trains. 266
Raising funds the hairy way. 137
READER OFFERS. 89
reader offers. 781
READY FOR A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS. 281
Roadworks warning. 122
ROBBED AGAIN: THE OAP TOO SCARED TO GO OUT; Woman, 89, who has been crime victim four times in a year is mugged when she plucks up courage to leave her house. 334
RUGBY UNION: England praised by battered Springboks; England 29 South Africa 9. 583
RUGBY UNION: Nuns hit new low; Nuneaton 3 New Brighton 23. 449
RUGBY UNION: Umanga admits All Blacks struggled. 282
RUGBY UNION: Wales let golden opportunity slip; Wales 13 Australia 21. 417
Rural bus services thriving. 152
Saturday means science for exam pupils. 150
School pupils get a new pet subject. 144
Scientist backs embryo cloning; US BREAKTHROUGH COULD BRING 'ENORMOUS BENEFITS' TO SOME PATIENTS. 318
Seasonal bins schedule set. 102
Security costs mounting; WAR ON TERRORISM. 107
Shops bomb scare. 82
SPEEDWAY: Promoters hammer out GP deal. 642
Spend more on our greens, urge golfers; LEISURE BOSS DENIES BOWLING IS GIVEN BETTER TREATMENT THAN OTHER SPORTS. 322
Sporting chance for village youths; pounds 150,000 bid to steer teenagers away from crime. 309
Star Wars tops poll of films. 264
Suicide attacker injures 2; WAR ON TERRORISM. 113
Survey idea to solve surgery crisis. 319
Terror fight 'to get extra pounds 120m'. 296
Thief 'bumped into group of teenagers'. 204
Timeshare scam: EU hearing to be held. 125
Top marks to life in Warwickshire!; BUOYANT COUNTY LEADS WAY IN WEST MIDLANDS SAYS SURVEY. 348
Tractor driver guilty of causing rider's death. 209
Wife is jailed for plotting revenge attack. 302
Wife jailed for hiring revenge attack thugs; NIGHTCLUB BOUNCER AND BROTHER LEFT MAN NEEDING EMERGENCY OP. 353
WIN fantastic digital imaging prizes from Canon. 293
Winter warmer for elderly. 118
Young musicians scoop armful of festival honours. 206
your rights. 522
Yule all be in festive spirit now!; SANTA FLIES IN BY HELICOPTER TO THROW THE SWITCH ON A SPECTACULAR LIGHTS SHOW. 287

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