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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 13, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
Andy rides off with prize. 114
Andy steps in where binmen refuse to tread; CITY TEENAGER ACTS WHEN UNCLEARED RUBBISH IN HIS STREET STARTS TO STINK. 314
Anthrax fears grip America; WAR ON TERRORISM. 287
ATHLETICS: Jackson pace too hot in half-marathon. 578
Axascraps insurance deal for World Cup. 186
BASKETBALL:Holiday course. 95
BBC 2 backs daring new film-makers. 133
Bees bosses face stadium battle. 195
Ben's theatre art show. 109
Boffin makes mark on an Enigma. 171
Bombers return to skies over Kabul; WAR ON TERRORISM. 148
books. 699
byte size: COMPUTER BITS. 164
byte size: FBI investigate terror evidence on the web. 151
byte size: WONDER WEBSITES. 161
Call to blood donors from Wolston area. 107
Change of scene for writer Graham; LOCAL AUTHOR'S LATEST NOVEL SET IN THAI OPIUM FIELDS. 236
Charity pays for holiday children. 116
Closure leads to a more gentle journey. 204
Clubs' success brings more jobs; WEEKDAY THEMED SESSIONS BEHIND RISE IN NUMBERS. 247
Co-op set to expand horizons. 276
Computer glitch hits mortgage payments. 174
Corner shops back in business. 161
Council believes it has found a home; Committee recommends yes to new site. 303
country walks; Satisfying and scenic ramble. 651
Epic pub crawl hits 10,000 mark. 194
EQUESTRIANISM: County club go so close. 526
Esther gets a sweet treat at mop fair. 133
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 176
Fall prevention could free up hospital beds; New scheme proposed to identify those at risk. 354
FAMILY HITS OUT AT HOSPITALWAIT; Milkman faces three-day delay after severing artery. 395
Family's anger at wait for severed artery op. 178
Flats complex wins go-ahead. 233
food & drink: Does organic food pass the taste test? 975
food & drink: Get cracking on a delicious chow mein. 294
food & drink: healthy eating. 374
food & drink: jamie's dish. 354
FOOTBALL: England world-beaters. 122
FOOTBALL: HEDMAN BACK IN THE CITY GOAL; Keeper crisis over as loan deal called off. 523
FOOTBALL: Millers' match winner in shock; Rotherham 2 Portsmouth 1. 313
Foreign coins can help charity. 126
Four pupils hurt as bus is stoned; Drivers afraid to go on city route. 307
Frank's pie goes sky high. 178
Fundraising pays off for sports fans. 163
gardening: Digging in for winter. 909
gardening: Make the most of your garden's fragrances with colourful bulbs. 240
Grumblers keep council efficient; 'Complaints help improve services'. 269
helen legh'S COLUMN UNPLUGGED: It seems that the camera never lies - much to my horror. 466
Hunt for killer driver goes on. 130
It's time to sing a song of the harvest. 166
it's your shout! 1084
Jenny Mackenzie'S COLUMN voice north: Sad and shocking truth behind this latest campaign. 507
Joyce is the family news link. 260
LETTERS: your views. 1063
Lottery winner jailed. 114
Man held in porn probe. 86
memories: So glad to see the way 'my city' is now; ONE COVENTRIAN RETURNS TO HIS HOME TOWN TO DISCOVER 50 YEARS OF CHANGE. 617
Mighty milk a winner with city pupils. 182
Moans keep council on its toes. 253
MOTOR RACING: FLYING LAP. 110
MOTOR RACING: Schumacher sacrifice for the Ferrari cause; JAPANESE GRAND PRIX. 536
OAPs can rest easy. 90
Open day at PDSA shops. 102
Open the door for our young homeless; PLEA TO LANDLORDS TO HELP TACKLE PROBLEM IN NUNEATON AND BEDWORTH. 244
Otters home and dry, thanks to gift. 146
Pat ARMSTRONG'S COLUMN ...on the angling scene: Rainbows rising! 932
pet sos: CAN YOU GIVE AN ANIMAL A LOVING HOME? 256
pet sos: Confidence for Katie; WHEN NICKY BRUNT TOOK IN A NERVOUS WHIPPET-CROSS SHE HAD TO BE PATIENT TO WIN THE DOG'S TRUST AND LOVE. 620
pet sos: PDSA costs. 132
Petition calls for more rural police. 288
Petition to boost campaign for more beat bobbies. 306
Praise for trust training. 105
Pressure grows on health trust staff; BOSSES CONCERNED OVER CHANGES DEMANDED AFTER INVESTIGATION. 302
Pupils booked up for fancy dress fun day. 123
Pupils given advice afterthreat by gang; KNIFE-WIELDING YOUTHS SQUARE UP TO YOUNGSTERS ON TRIP TO PLAY HOCKEY. 273
Pupils recreate ration book era. 149
Pupils warned after knife threat. 193
Rastafarian poet's evening of verse. 112
reader holidays. 647
Samantha Clarke'S COLUMN View from the clock tower: Help to save our children from an ocean of rubbish. 405
SATURDAY TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. 198
SCHOOL BLAZES A HI-TECH TRAIL; Pupils join in Microsoft system's world premiere. 295
Sculpture captures the spirit. 171
Snow falls on skiers at the NEC; ARTIFICIAL SNOW GREETS SKI AND SNOWBOARDING FANS AT ONE OF EUROPE'S TOP SHOWS. 314
Sounds of the valleys help bring in the notes. 166
SPEEDWAY: Panthers pair fill the breach. 243
STAFF PROBLEMS HIT POST SERVICE; One in five workers are ill or on holiday. 245
Staff shortages hit postal service. 216
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. 262
SUPER-BUG SPARKS ALERT AT HOSPITAL; Two deaths linked to infection. 364
THE WAR ON TERRORISM. 266
Tourism chief tells of 'terrible times'. 180
Traders back plans to delay scheme; Parking issue brings redevelopment to a halt. 329
vet's advice. 474
VOLLEYBALL: Riga men are on a roll. 241
WEEKEND TV: 10 things you didn't know about... TOP OF THE POPS. 218
WEEKEND TV: Don't get mad . . . GET EVEN. 1100
WEEKEND TV: Gavin's blooming career. 496
Whistle-stop tour for Rotary visitors. 149
William has a starring romp. 97
WOMEN'S FOOTBALL: Sky Blue Reserves win at a canter. 163
Youngster helps with Meningitis campaign. 155
Youngsters sing a special song. 150

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