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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 24, 2002)

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'We must fight this together' ANTI-AIRPORT VILLAGERS TOLD TO FORM UNITED FRONT. 320
A chance to show charity my gratitude; Helpline reunited me with daughter. 313
A pirate's life down at the centre. 120
ANGLING: Angling is on its way back reveals report; NEWS AND VIEWS WITH PAT ARMSTRONG. 655
Area's top venues get a boost. 181
Artists in a glass of their own... 148
BOXING: Simpson banks on his fans. 559
Bus firm welcomes Alex aboard. 142
Chart-topper on the Abbey bill. 278
Couple's anger at gas sales tactics; CITY WOMAN CLAIMS THAT SALESMAN FAKED HER HUSBAND'S SIGNATURE. 315
Crews set for pan fire drama at show. 157
CRICKET: Awesome Sachin torments England; INDIAN STAR SCORES HIS FIRST CENTURY AT HEADINGLEY AS RUNS FLOW FREELY. 400
CRICKET: Pollock back to boost the Bears. 367
Curry eater's red-hot dash. 175
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Coventry stage all-star event. 196
Diana's death tops century poll. 145
Don't DIY over the holiday. 117
Drivers getting ready for one of Europe's biggest classic runs. 316
Festival's big band kick off. 95
Fire crews in pay protest. 130
First-class ending! 90
FOOTBALL: Fergie waits on Rio. 90
FOOTBALL: LEE IN LIMBO; Baggies expect long haul over Hughes' wages. 335
FOOTBALL: Unipart host Hen Lane in Villa Bowl. 326
Fresh hope for sports hall bid; School scheme reaches county's funding shortlist. 249
Friends double charity target. 135
Garage site will be built upon. 143
Gardener's win is a family affair; GRANDAD HELPED BY HIS NEAREST AND DEAREST TO SCOOP TOP TITLE. 304
Gas blast alert as car is set ablaze. 92
Get set to roll those numbers...; BINGO IS A GRAND FUN NIGHT OUT FOR ALL, SAY CLUB'S OWNERS. 252
Good advice in with the fun; FIREFIGHTERS IMPRESS AS THEY DEAL WITH DEMONSTRATION CHIP-PAN BLAZE. 383
Hang child killers, say Babes in Wood family. 261
Homes scheme near church on hold. 138
Internet savings launch. 146
it's your shout!: What would you save if disaster were to strike?; Where teenagers set the agenda. 662
Jim's lines leave voters cold. 130
Kylie's dancers ruled too raunchy. 134
LETTERS: your views. 945
Life here's just cool! 195
Long car journeys can be such a pain. 185
Make a leap to raise funds. 80
MAN IN 'PYJAMAS' SPARKS WARNING; Boy's mum scares off stranger. 272
Man sent to jail for attacking police; SENTENCE TO RUN CONCURRENTLY WITH TERM HE IS ALREADY SERVING. 364
Mandy's pilgrimage to the land of her roots; Pair make emotional return to Uganda 30 years after ordeal. 302
Men in thirties sought for ID parade. 90
Merged airlines name new routes. 118
Militants gun down Kashmir shepherds. 172
Missing children dad calls police. 104
More checks to beat benefit fraud. 127
Motorist hurt as crash shuts A45. 249
MPs' bid to stop action against Iraq. 105
Muggers threaten woman with gun. 124
Musical treat for city shoppers; TALENTED TEENAGE MUSICIANS GIVE THEIR FIRST PUBLIC PERFORMANCE. 442
Not guilty plea in murder trial. 115
Parents alert over stranger. 118
Pitchu's high hopes of love. 126
POLICE BREAK UP CAR-THEFT RING. 227
POLICE BREAK UP CAR-THEFT RING. 223
POLLUTION WATCH. 115
Silent tribute to girls. 98
SMASH SHUTS THE A45. 249
SPEEDWAY: Bees suffer double defeat; INJURY-RAVAGED COVENTRY LOSE OUT AT PETERBOROUGH. 456
SPEEDWAY: Tesar and Boyce in for Bees. 240
Three cheers for summer! 201
Tory councillor had child porn pictures; RESIGNATION COULD SHIFT BALANCE OF POWER IN COUNCIL. 332
Tots say farewell to nursery. 146
Town set to join airport protests; Proposals 'a disaster for whole region'. 248
view from the clock tower: The nightlife's buzzing, but the shops are closing. 424
Villagers log in to IT world. 193
voice of the north: Theft of park's pride-and-joy was such a pointless act. 467
WEEKEND TV: Living rough celebrity style. 1521
WEEKEND TV: LOOKALIKE? 116
WEEKEND TV: McTV: Is this man a hidden treasure? 509
WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV. 238
WEEKEND TV: STAR PROFILE: Golden boy's designs on life. 321
WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV. 233
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Action is the strong point of thriller. 131
WEEKEND: BOOKS: My Favourite Read. 81
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Powerful series comes to enjoyable close. 167
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Ten seconds of distinctive wit. 292
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 91
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Review: Freekstyle tricks are on the right track. 237
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: WIN Sudden Strike II games and mousemats. 125
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Wonder websites. 202
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Enjoy wildlife on a pleasant stroll. 585
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 343
WEEKEND: FOOD: The humble start to a recipe for success; LINO PIRES GREW UP IN A PEASANT COMMUNITY IN PORTUGAL BUT ENDED UP WITH HIS OWN RESTAURANT. 706
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Get stuck in! 282
WEEKEND: GARDENING: When small is beautiful. 1263
WEEKEND: HELEN LEGH'S COLUMN: Is there any point in lying through my teeth?; UNPLUGGED. 528
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Cutting out the middle man; SELLING YOUR HOUSE CAN BE EXPENSIVE, BUT THERE IS ALWAYS THE DO- IT-YOURSELF SELF APPROACH. 914
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Things we like. 259
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 272
WEEKEND: PET SOS: How Basil won hearts and a trophy; WHEN 14-YEAR-OLD LEE SAW A POORLY LABRADOR HE WAS SO SKINNY SHE THOUGHT HE WAS A WHIPPET. 442
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Thanks for support at open day. 408
WEEKEND: TIMETUNNEL: Bill's love of Labour was a labour of love; ... A JOURNEY INTO OUR RICH HERITAGE. 969
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Family day out. 215
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Jordan - a novel Arabian adventure; JOURNEY TO THE LAND WHERE THE EPIC TALE LAWRENCE OF ARABIA WAS INSPIRED. 992
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Telegraph on Tour. 171
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Win great holidays to Zante and Lanzarote. 358
WEEKEND: TV: HOT GOSSIP . . . what's happening in the world of showbiz. 366
WEEKEND: VET'S ADVICE: Why is my budgie losing all her feathers? 531
Youngster's kite mark for fun. 85
Youngster's kite mark for fun. 84
Youngsters sing in a bid to see their favourite stars. 151

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