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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 28, 2002)

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'CHILLING' SCENARIO RAPIST BEHIND BARS. 359
999 pests at the end of the line. 342
A bright idea to cut road speed; Adverts on buses are hard to miss. 290
Action over voles. 136
All aboard again!; SEARCH IS ON FOR FORMER WORKERS OF TOWN'S BUS DEPOT TO JOIN IN MASSIVE REUNION. 542
Artists in designers' sights. 110
Aston Martin is welcomed; NEIGHBOURS SAY MOVE WILL BRING NEW LIFE TO AN UNSETTLED AREA OF COUNTY. 532
Back to days of blood and gore. 147
BASKETBALL: Nuneaton juniors worry seniors! 241
Battle of fridge 'mountain'. 180
Bill aims to tackle organised crime; FINANCE WORKERS FACE JAIL IF THEY FAIL TO BLOW WHISTLE ON MONEY- LAUNDERERS. 500
Bin Laden puzzle: DNA tests on body. 216
Borough tax up by 11.74 pc. 143
BOXING: Bendall all set for home debut; SKYDOME TO HOST COVENTRY BONANZA. 424
Buses join campaign to reduce speeds. 204
Campaigner for elderly dies at 76; FORMER CITY COUNCILLOR WAS BEHIND GROUND-BREAKING ORDER ON BROTHERS. 247
Chemist cash for clubs. 83
Chief in pledge on joining forces; MERGER WON'T MEAN AN INFERIOR SERVICE SAYS POLICE COMMANDER. 456
Chip pan causes fire. 92
Coffee bid to help hospice. 82
Concert for 'Miss Music' planned; HUNT IS ON FOR PAST PUPILS. 331
Cost of county living; AS WARWICKSHIRE COUNCIL-TAX PAYERS FACE A 14-PER-CENT RISE IN THEIR BILLS WE LOOK AT HOW THE CASH WILL BE SPENT. 982
Councillors condemn threat to their power. 204
CRICKET: Bjorn free to join Stratford. 90
Days start better with a breakfast; SURVEY SAYS PUPILS WHO EAT EARLY BEHAVE AND LEARN BETTER. 295
District sets its council tax hike. 154
DOCTORSIN DRUGS CASH CRISIS; Prescriptions for cold cures help push GPs pounds 1/2m over budget. 429
Elderly people urged to bank their cash. 258
Fan's dash to catch heartthrob David in action. 276
FOOTBALL: Brave Lee battles on. 225
FOOTBALL: Canny Kev is cool on title claims. 568
FOOTBALL: City crocks get back in swing; FOCUS ON SKY BLUES AND THEIR DIVISION ONE RIVALS. 583
FOOTBALL: EUSTACE IS BACK!; City boost as John passes reserve test. 495
FOOTBALL: Injury sours Gunners joy. 729
FOOTBALL: Magpies sweat on Bellamy. 85
FOOTBALL: O'Leary banking on triple injection. 357
FREE Inspector Morse talking book for every reader. 473
Gasworks mooted for science park; Arena site and Ansty among four in frame. 368
Geoff bounces into the reel world; FORMER CLUB DOORMAN SEES TOP ACTOR STAR IN FILM BASED ON HIS EXPERIENCES. 769
Give us a trendy new look; ANOTHER SELECTION OF NOMINATED YOUNGSTERS HOPING TO WALK AWAY WITH A WHOLE NEW WARDROBE. 1088
Giveaway that could one day save your life; STALLHOLDERS MOVED BY WOMAN TOO POOR TO BUY ALARM. 475
Godiva views go on show. 186
Going wild for taste of America. 138
GOLF: February the month for Stoneleigh holes-in-one. 403
GOLF: Forsyth away to good start. 354
GOLF: Robathan triumphs again. 286
Grave flowers rule upsets son. 188
Grieving parents' tribute to their 'little princess' TRAGEDY STRIKES FAMILY AS TEEN DAUGHTER DIES IN BIKE FALL. 303
Handbag snatched. 90
HOCKEY: Janet and Kate land derby dues; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL CLUBS. 278
HOCKEY: Kevin's classic tips the scales; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL CLUBS. 751
HOCKEY: Seven up as Coventry attack hits peak form; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL CLUBS. 745
House prices rise by 50 per cent. 173
In memory of a caring grandad; BIG-HEARTED GESTURES RAISE VITAL FUNDS TO HELP HOSPITAL AND CHARITIES. 279
IN THE COURTS: Man who defied driving ban gets jail sentence. 652
Irish eyes are smiling four times over. 259
JOBS: Fair treatment and recognition wanted from Midlands bosses; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 364
LETTERS: your views. 1370
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS: Hoof it for health and charity. 185
Manufacturing is 'vital ingredient' New engineering president sets out aims. 282
Market trader dies - but leaves happy memories. 186
May the hydrogen force be with you!; John shows off car that'll be major player at games. 262
Meet the astrologer with news for you. 531
MEP welcomes NAC plan. 136
MP backs financial services tough line. 395
Murder trial told of 'mind games'. 193
My dash to catch David's Soul train; Marie flies from Belgium to see idol in Coventry theatre. 292
New faces ready for problems. 95
New press will bring more colour to your paper. 403
New sewer work will disrupt traffic; HIGH STREET TO BE CLOSED ONE-WAY SO VICTORIAN SYSTEM CAN BE REPLACED. 241
OAP in post-crash tragedy named. 208
Parents 'need school uniform grants'. 163
Pay-ignorant youth. 124
Peeping Toms welcome. 164
Permit-holders' fury over parking; NEIGHBOURS CLAIM RULES BEING IGNORED AND DEMAND MONEY BACK. 331
Plea to chip away fridge mountain. 121
Prayers, leaves and beads celebration; COVENTRY WOMEN'S FESTIVAL. 620
Pupils in plea for interview practice. 120
Pupils team up for lesson in citizenship; POLICE AND LOCAL POLITICIANS TO EXPLAIN ROLE. 233
Rail engineers look to past for future. 140
Remember when . . . ?: My personal get-well wish from the Queen. 853
Researchers get down to business; UNIVERSITY SPIN-OFF COMPANY IN POLYMERS BREAKTHROUGH. 208
Ringing the changes to city's roads; HISTORY OF COVENTRY'S FAMOUS CIRCULAR TO BE CAPTURED ON FILM. 561
SNOOKER: Andy beats brother Bobby to carry off trophy. 274
SNOOKER: Atack C retain Division 1 title. 276
Sonia, 72, earns her place on Africa trip. 234
Speed hump set. 98
SPEEDWAY: Eagles swoop to land Loram. 230
SQUASH: Young Emma grabs glory. 166
Staff bid to prevent measles epidemic; WORKERS SEEK TO REASSURE PARENTS AS TAKE-UP OF MMR VACCINE DROPS. 753
SUNDAY FOOTBALL: Conor leads the way with six-goal charge. 240
Surviving budgie takes comfort indoors. 185
Suspect in custody. 103
Teenager tells of car attack terror. 348
tennis: Hannah aims to star for Britain. 222
Thanks for the warm welcome; New tourism award scheme unveiled. 245
The road gets tough for Ainsworth. 381
Thief knocks woman down. 110
TOWNS AT RISK OF MEASLES EPIDEMIC. 275
Tribute to friend adds pounds 1,043; BIG-HEARTED GESTURES RAISE VITAL FUNDS TO HELP HOSPITAL AND CHARITIES. 131
Tribute to tragic bike girl. 112
TV soaps show rape victims they're not alone. 1135
University fury at funds change; RESEARCH CASH MOVE IS BRANDED A 'KICK IN THE TEETH'. 314
Vandals go on rampage with digger. 224
VOLLEYBALL: Riga pip Wessex in thrilling affair. 316
Vote on hunting ban 'in a month' MPs TO HAVE THREE OPTIONS - COMPLETE STOP, REGULATION OR NO CHANGE. 298
WE ARE LOSERS IN THE LOTTERY; Borough has county's lowest rate of handouts. 272
We can't afford to waste health service money. 189
Week of fun for model pupils. 181
Welcome for centre revamp. 96
Welcome to Peeping Toms. 80
Woman, 73, gives chase to robber. 128
Women roar into the frame. 242
Wrestlers lose court fight to Giant Panda. 169
You can save peoplelikeElla; TEENAGER'S SERIES OF HEART OPERATIONS SHOWS THE IMPORTANCE OF GIVING BLOOD. 375
Your gifts pour in to help refugees. 348

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