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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 12, 2002)

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'Hated' gifts sought. 80
A year at the Grange for South Africans. 188
Action taken at crash blackspot; CAMPAIGNERS CLAIM COUNCIL HAS REACTED TO THEIR PROTESTS. 263
Anthem row. 85
BASKETBALL: Faithful travel in hope of revival. 330
Bookiesraiseodds on a move; JUST MONTHS AFTER OPENING, NEWCOMER FACES OPPOSITION FROM VETERAN GIANT. 317
books. 642
BOXING: Hatton's tribute to uncle. 198
BOXING: Payne's aiming to unhorse Williams. 396
BOXING: Simpson in rage at Oakey claims. 217
Brief but memorable life. 226
Bus firm made me feel like a criminal; SCHOOLGIRL IS TURFED OFF IN ERROR BUT THEN TOLD SHE MUST PAY A pounds 10 FINE. 399
byte size: Making the Devil cry will keep you busy for hours. 354
byte size: Still no plan on spam. 231
byte size: WONDER WEBSITES. 179
Cashing in on cards. 85
Celebrity diets just don't do it. 202
Chance to learn castle secrets. 112
CHRISTMAS DRUGS VICTORY FOR POLICE; Man with 97,000 ecstasy pills gets five-year jail term. 390
Church in tune with friends from Fiji; GIFT TO FIJI FROM EARLSDON CHURCHGOERS BEGINS A LONG-DISTANCE FRIENDSHIP. 279
Concern is growing for missing man. 84
country walks; Pleasant surprises of beauty; Over Whitacre to Hall Farm, 4 miles. Map 914 Pathfinder. 494
County may relaunch loans scheme. 173
CRICKET: 'An all-rounder remembered. 190
CRICKET: 'History made as scorers organise. 319
CRICKET: Bell will stay at Bears. 137
CRICKET: Flintoff: I couldn't even spell batting on tour in India! 308
Crime and fear of crime increases. 135
DARTS: Adams hoping experience will count. 301
Duncan Gibbons'S COLUMN View from the clock tower: Staying off the cigarettes is no choking matter. 498
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 185
Family fun gets kick-start. 132
Family's narrow escape in blaze; Three trapped upstairs by fire. 313
FEAR OF CRIME IS ON THE INCREASE; Violence, burglary and car thefts top worry list. 301
Festive Lions raise pounds 4,000. 80
food & drink: healthy eating. 337
food & drink: Ideal chance to net the facts on food. 144
food & drink: jamie's dish. 404
food & drink: No beefs about British cuisine! 1176
FOOTBALL: NO MORE DEFEATS; 'We must take something from every game' warns City boss. 479
FOOTBALL: Strach saved me - Whelan. 587
Funding change a blow to some schools. 202
Get a taste of the canals. 154
Haydn's sponsor appeal for run. 189
helen legh'S COLUMN UNPLUGGED: Giving birth to a ham sandwich is just part of a good night's sleep. 591
Help for new firms. 143
HIJACK KIDNAP GANG PAIR JAILED; Men blindfolded lorry driver and escaped with pounds 200,000 load. 294
Hospice donation is just grand. 129
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze confront the old enemy in three-way competition. 192
IN THE COURTS. 592
Is city's newest work of art something to look up to? 302
it's your shout! 1360
Jenny Mackenzie'S COLUMN voice north: Hands off our heritage - George Eliot belongs to us. 406
Jobless addict took to dealing drugs. 272
Judge dismayed by 'abuse'. 197
Latin dancing offers a way to keep fit. 145
LETTERS: your views. 955
living space. 1291
Longer cooking time for chefs. 239
Making a sick child's wish reality. 181
Men's chorus is a real Cherry picker. 115
Ministers consider tougher driving charges; SELBY RAIL CRASH PROMPTS REVIEW. 174
MOBILE PHONE SAVES FAMILY FROM BLAZE; Couple and their daughter trapped upstairs in burning home. 231
Move to create 26 new spaces for cabs. 244
Nightclub attacker is sent to prison. 121
Overcoming the exercise barrier. 495
pet sos: CAN YOU GIVE A DOG A LOVING HOME? 249
pet sos: Jack brings peace of mind; LITTLE LAUREN AND ROBYN EARP COULDN'T SLEEP WHEN THEIR BELOVED DOG DIED, BUT NOW THEY HAVE A NEW FRIEND TO KEEP THEM SAFE. 620
pet sos: Spare some puppy love. 214
Phone pest's 172 sex calls. 232
Photo studio snaps up the top prizes. 161
pounds 4,000 saws haul for tool thieves. 110
RACING: McCoy powers to record win. 355
Ramblers taking the air again. 137
RC archbishop to speak at cathedral; VISIT WILL BE 56-YEAR-OLD'S LAST PUBLIC DUTY BEFORE HIP OPERATION. 282
Red faces at MFI over furniture order; June's waited weeks for her table and chairs. 417
Rubbish scheme is really working. 136
rugby union: Sunday service for Cov. 209
Sacked analyst wins pounds 1.5m payout. 159
SATURDAY TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. 240
School will be 'one of finest' HEAD RETURNS TO TAKE UP CITY POST. 303
Schools get a sporting chance. 223
Screen role awaits overall winner; DEAN OF COVENTRY BACKS MYSTERY BENEFACTOR'S IDEA TO HONOUR OUR LOCAL HEROES. 756
Shiona leads campaign. 128
Showing beauty of life in prison; NEW EXHIBITION SHOWS THAT THE WORLD OF JAILS IS NOT NECESSARILY BLEAK. 283
Sixth forms face funding shortfall. 217
Sixth forms face funding shortfall; NEW SYSTEM WILL LEAVE MAJORITY OF SCHOOLS WORSE OFF. 267
Sooty is a survivor in need of a loving home. 193
SPEEDWAY: Hancock axe plain stupid says Hamill. 342
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. 263
Tea party's over for the TV chimps. 150
Tea party's over for the TV chimps. 319
TENNIS: Rusedski refreshed by victory. 181
The mystery of Marjorie Greyson; Missing name thwarts move for recreation area. 234
time tunnel ... a journey into our rich heritage. 1190
Time's running out on Paul's African journey. 244
Top club role for John. 152
Top DJ Pete is on a global tour; Ex-student making a big name for himself. 355
Tribute to Holocaust. 88
University honour for top consultant. 106
vet's advice. 626
Watch out!They're back on the buses. 230
WEEKEND TV: 10 things you didn't know about...TAGGART. 236
WEEKEND TV: Ireland the brave; James Nesbitt talks about his starring role in the controversial film Bloody Sunday. 518
WEEKEND TV: SHAW thing; THERE ARE THREE PRIORITIES IN TRACY SHAW'S LIFE AT THE MOMENT - HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND HER NEW HUBBIE ROBERT. 871
Win a year's supply of bubbly white chocolate. 161
Woman stabbed to death on tube; 'Suicide watch'on alleged attacker. 306
Workers bank a longer break. 141
Young designers invited to capture the fun of reading. 116

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