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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 13, 2002)

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'Don't blame me for delay' says taxi driver. 225
'Horror of a rail station'. 80
'Make sure it's locked'. 99
'New-look' charity shop's volunteer call. 150
'Quit farms or go to jail'. 121
2,000 more jobs at retail giant. 153
40,000 flee rising Prague flood waters. 315
40,000 flee rising Prague flood waters. 373
Airport battlers must hire lobbyist; AIRPORT PLANS: VILLAGERS TOLD BOROUGH OF RUGBY WOULD NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN. 357
All paths lead to day of unity; AIRPORT PLANS: VILLAGERS TOLD BOROUGH OF RUGBY WOULD NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN. 257
All the bustle of an Asian bazaar sets theatre buzzing. 175
Appeal for help to trace Larkin mystery artist. 156
Bid to recruit managers of the future. 107
Bigger car park vetoed on appeal. 129
BOWLS: Stockingford win to close gap on leaders. 241
BOY,12, ROBBED AT BABY SISTER'S GRAVE. 532
BUNNIES UNEARTH HISTORIC SITE. 464
Buses take a new route. 94
BUSINESS life: 'Sickie' toll of jubilee. 133
BUSINESS life: Award adds to armoury. 99
BUSINESS LIFE: BUSINESS appointments: Bosses led through sackings minefield; Seminar will teach firms to take 'fair and consistent approach'. 291
BUSINESS life: BUSINESS DIARY; Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce. 217
BUSINESS LIFE: BUSINESS motors: A challenge to traditional thinking. 112
BUSINESS LIFE: BUSINESS motors: Buyers in a fog over new prices. 255
BUSINESS LIFE: BUSINESS motors: Dualfuel version of the flexible Zafira. 258
BUSINESS LIFE: BUSINESS motors: Kwik Fit sold for pounds 330m. 119
BUSINESS LIFE: BUSINESS motors: Rory tackles a taxing issue. 119
BUSINESS life: COMMERCIAL property: Prestige business park attracts new investment. 258
BUSINESS life: COMMERCIAL property:Historic pub given a new lease of life. 260
BUSINESS life: COMMERCIAL property:Offices on prime site. 113
BUSINESS life: COMMERCIAL property:Retail outlet for sale in city. 115
BUSINESS life: Epidemic-hit firm wins crisis grant; Aid breathes life back into business. 380
BUSINESS life: North America is company's next target; SMOKE ALARM FIRM APPOINTS INTERNATIONAL EXPERT. 219
BUSINESS life: Shower firm is making a splash. 317
BUSINESS life: Solar lantern hopes aglow. 123
BUSINESS life: Take a tip from us on backs. 115
BUSINESS life: Waste of all our money. 82
Call for lobby to fight airport plan; VILLAGERS TO BE ASKED TO GIVE TOWARDS FIGHTING FUND. 430
Call to get smoke alarms fitted. 164
Cancer patients' day room flattened; CENTRE BUILT AFTER PUBLIC APPEAL IS FIRST CASUALTY OF REDEVELOPMENT. 292
CHILDREN TARGETED IN WAR ON DRUGS. 300
Clearer way to a home loan. 178
Con man preys on elderly neighbours. 277
Corrie star to meet teenage clubbers; Chance at TV fame as SkyDome hosts youth show. 236
Councillor quits after child porn quiz; MAN CAUTIONED BY POLICE AFTER IMAGES FOUND ON WORK COMPUTER. 341
CRICKET: England pay heavy price with injuries. 502
CRICKET: England pay heavy price with injuries. 459
CRICKET: Friendly rivals rattle up the charity cash. 231
CRICKET: Griff win a thriller off the last ball; WARWICKSHIRE LEAGUE. 406
CRICKET: Moores says no to Warwickshire job. 396
Drink-driver jailed after high-speed chase; FATHER'S SUICIDE LED TO YOUNG MAN'S INCREASED ALCOHOL ABUSE, COURT TOLD. 327
Euro MP to tour area under threat; AIRPORT PLANS: VILLAGERS TOLD BOROUGH OF RUGBY WOULD NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN. 195
Families enjoy all the fun of the fair. 134
Family fights to stay in UK. 166
Firemen's cash for US funds. 88
Firms enjoy the sweet smell of success; BRITAIN IN BLOOM WINNERS CELEBRATE. 432
FOOTBALL: Blues concern over Keane remarks. 313
FOOTBALL: Boro are ready to kick off. 200
FOOTBALL: Keane faces FA rap over Haaland remarks. 300
FOOTBALL: MAC BACK ON CITY'S BENCH; Birthday boy edged out of spotlight by Thompson return. 710
FOOTBALL: Okon out to make his mark at Leeds. 299
FOOTBALL: Skills course delights Boro boss. 211
FOOTBALL: Skint but happy at Brighton; Sky Blues day-trip to seaside is no picnic. 669
FOOTBALL: Surprise package at the top. 391
FOOTBALL: Top duo to miss United qualifier. 309
Footie fun at school. 89
Former union head in city debate on pensions. 168
Gang grabs boy's phone. 81
Girl,10 missing after trip to shops. 171
grassroots: A gift to mark your special occasion. 116
grassroots: ANNIVERSARIES. 1079
grassroots: EX-SERVICE NOTES. 375
grassroots: LINK-UP. 450
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze look to another promising youngster. 227
INDOOR FOOTBALL: Holders hang on to their crown. 315
Inquest hears soldier killed himself. 157
Internet chatting: the risk to your child; POLICE WARN PARENTS OF THE HIDDEN DANGERS ON THE HOME COMPUTER - WHERE PAEDOPHILES MAY BE PREYING ON YOUNGSTERS. 1256
Irvine's son back in court. 114
Judges name their top Bloom entries. 141
KEEP COVENTRY CLEAN CAMPAIGN: Just a walk in the park for young litter pickers; FAMILIES JOIN TOGETHER TO RID HISTORIC CALUDON CASTLE PARK OF RUBBISH. 460
Language line is launched. 168
Laura breaks gender barrier. 202
Laura breaks gender barrier. 131
LETTERS: your views. 2095
Long ride born out of tragedy; FUNDS BID AFTER FAMILY MEMBER'S DEATH BLAMED ON TODAY'S LIFESTYLE. 337
Magical Fimbles arrive on TV. 119
Minister attacks 'elitist' A-level critics. 270
Missing girls: Witness questions delays. 254
Mother Teresa 'greatest Indian'. 135
Mystery sickness bug hits hospital; NEARLY 100 PATIENTS AND STAFF ALREADY AFFECTED BY WALSGRAVE OUTBREAK. 390
Mystery sickness bug hits hospital; PATIENTS AND STAFF AFFECTED AT WALSGRAVE. 271
ON THE DRAWING BOARD. 180
Paintings could line your walls. 201
PARTIES TO REVEAL VIEWS ON AIRPORT; AIRPORT PLANS: Top councillors breaking silence. 276
Patients' centre bites the dust. 137
Plans for new centre revealed. 186
Plea for help to trace Larkin mystery artist. 365
Police hurt as hooligans mar match opener. 291
Post office set to shut for good. 221
Prize makes perfect sense! 121
Public must be protected at cemetery; comment. 233
Pupils love it when school's out for soccer. 126
Rabbits burrow way into history. 89
RACING: Break for Summitville. 82
RACING: Champion McCoy has a rare blank. 717
RACING: Classy Fraulein can follow up again. 284
RACING: Henderson has strong Ebor line-up. 114
RACING: High Pitched is on song. 81
RACING: Shock for Smith. 108
Road closure hitting pub's takings. 224
RUGBY UNION: Broadstreet strengthen. 225
RUGBY UNION: Coventry explore options. 363
RUGBY UNION: Welsh hit Nuneaton. 205
Safety fears after arson attack on derelict pub. 177
Service for terror victims. 100
Social order teenager in court. 157
Soldier grits her teeth to march on; DENTAL NURSE FIGHTS OFF FATIGUE AND BLISTERS TO COMPLETE 100-MILE COURSE. 271
Speed cameras about. 81
Speed trap warning. 81
Store giant creates 2,000 jobs. 146
Strolling through history . . . 168
Swan's all set for a new lakeside home. 216
Town funeral for death fall actor. 112
Trains to get spy cameras. 115
Verdict on soldier. 107
Vintage pride on parade. 182
Windfall for 60 city projects. 315
Young dancers kick off Irish festival fun. 186

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