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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 30, 2002)

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'Awful if we lost the battle now'. 393
'Doing up eyesore flats sounds a good idea' TRANSFERRING HOUSING STOCK COULD FREE UP FUNDS FOR THE AUTHORITIES AND BRING IMPROVEMENTS FOR RESIDENTS. 431
'Tell us where you dread to walk' PUBLIC URGED TO ALERT COUNCIL TO DANGER SPOTS. 339
Anker ready to return to airwaves; Hope for extended licence. 241
Another 200 needed for Heartstart. 153
Appeal for clues to sex attack attempt. 143
ATHLETICS. 128
ATHLETICS: Homework the secret for Rob. 694
ATHLETICS: Matthew's in the mood. 268
Automatic custody for phone robbers; TOUGH ACTION TO TACKLE A CRIME WHERE CHILDREN ARE THE CHIEF VICTIMS. 387
Baby's body thrown out with laundry; HOSPITAL APOLOGISES TO PARENTS FOR TRAGIC MISTAKE AFTER PREMATURE BIRTH. 496
Backing for taxi space. 96
Blair forgets his promise on post offices; comment. 264
BOXING: Lewis is ready to give up on Tyson. 219
Boy, 14, attacked in toilets. 107
Break-ins lead to car thefts. 85
Bus service is halted after driver attacks. 274
Business with hot product. 118
Bypass hurdle is cleared by 'risk' DILEMMA ON FUNDING FAILS TO HOLD UP CRUCIAL DESIGN WORK. 312
BYPASS START HURDLE CLEARED; pounds 475,000 gamble on spring 2004. 313
Cash plea for healthier children and safer roads. 273
Cash plea for safer school routes. 204
Cat to follow Ant and Dec to the door. 85
Catholic priest is quizzed by police; PROBE LAUNCHED INTO CLAIMS OF 'INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOUR' TOWARDS CHILDREN. 332
CITY'S pounds 8m SPORTS COMPLEX UNVEILED; New centre will include Sky Blues' soccer academy. 371
CLAMPDOWN ON DRUG DEALERS. 232
Clots clue to baby trauma. 178
Councillor calls for pounds 1m to provide safer routes to school for pupils. 281
Cracking start to Chinese New Year; UNICORN AND LION DANCE TO LAUNCH CANAL BASIN EXTRAVAGANZA. 285
CYCLING: Roach rides to victory. 174
David's hunt for hidden treasure; TIME TO SEARCH FOR ATTIC RELICS AS NEW TV ANTIQUES SHOW COMES TO AREA. 340
Energy firms told to clean up their act. 186
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 197
Fans invited to star's funeral. 101
FOOTBALL: Birch joins the growing Boro injury list. 337
FOOTBALL: Boro boss in fury at Festa; Sunderland 0 Middlesbrough 1. 318
FOOTBALL: City stars at soccer school. 179
FOOTBALL: Fergie blasts Yorke delay; Bolton 0 Manchester United 4. 540
FOOTBALL: Gary wants more goals; West Bromwich Albion 1 Birmingham City 0. 336
FOOTBALL: GARY'S GOT THE TASTE FOR GLORY; Cov kid's golden goal. 596
FOOTBALL: Gregory's poised to come to Rams rescue; Charlton 1 Derby 0. 195
FOOTBALL: Last-gasp Beckett strike nicks Bedworth share of the spoils. 655
FOOTBALL: Patched-up Sky Blues storm the Palace; Crystal Palace 1 Sky Blues 3. 1298
FOOTBALL: RICHARDSON AXED!; Sky Blues chairman ousted after no confidence vote from board. 321
FOR SALE the future for council homes?; TRANSFERRING HOUSING STOCK COULD FREE UP FUNDS FOR THE AUTHORITIES AND BRING IMPROVEMENTS FOR RESIDENTS. 540
Former Marconi director's surprise venture. 220
Have your say on the road network. 81
Helping our children excel; RECOGNISING THE TEACHERS, PARENTS AND FELLOW PUPILS BEHIND YOUNG SPORTS STARS' SUCCESS. 872
Hospital cash set to beat target. 135
Hunt for pair in attack on taxi driver. 218
IN THE COURTS. 576
India bestows honour on top academic. 93
INDOOR FOOTBALL: Specials are living up to their name. 222
IT'S THE END FOR HUNDREDS OF POST OFFICES; Remaining branches will be made bigger and brighter, says Consignia. 387
Jaguar's 'green' strategy praised. 103
JAIL THREAT TO PHONE THIEVES; Action won't make any difference, says head. 252
Join Gaby in charity bid. 90
Keeping the community informed; TRANSFERRING HOUSING STOCK COULD FREE UP FUNDS FOR THE AUTHORITIES AND BRING IMPROVEMENTS FOR RESIDENTS. 519
LETTERS: your views. 1332
Medics' safety fears prompt taxi initiative; FREE RIDE HOME FOR DOCTORS AFTER LONG SHIFTS. 374
Meetings where you can find out more; TRANSFERRING HOUSING STOCK COULD FREE UP FUNDS FOR THE AUTHORITIES AND BRING IMPROVEMENTS FOR RESIDENTS. 253
Membership campaign by 'people's bank'. 93
Ministers in heart of the country. 153
Money bag thief foiled. 97
MP joins battle to save men's hostel; CAMPAIGN TO GIVE RESIDENTS CHANCE TO VOTE ON FUTURE OF THEIR HOME. 368
New facts in hunt for attacker. 298
New finance chief for building society. 164
New police recruits at record high. 172
New Range Rover goes into top gear. 141
Objections mounting to plans. 241
Old pals to swop golden memories. 218
Options for local housing and tenants; TRANSFERRING HOUSING STOCK COULD FREE UP FUNDS FOR THE AUTHORITIES AND BRING IMPROVEMENTS FOR RESIDENTS. 172
Orchestra visit marks city links. 137
Payouts for post workers in crash. 208
Petworld curb on bird sales. 180
Plans unveiled for pounds 8m sports complex; CITY CHARITY NAMED AS MAJOR BACKER OF CENTRE WHICH WOULD HOUSE SKY BLUES' ACADEMY. 413
Plaskitt hits out at boundary proposal. 476
Players' 24-hour effort to help hospital. 135
Poignant reminder of the distant past; REVIEW. 199
Police in hunt for specials; MORE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. 290
pounds 31m to ease Toll Bar queues. 118
Powergen two quit in takeover. 163
Queen's visit will boost Royal Show. 275
Racing frogs firm given a new angle; Virtual team to push net profits. 331
RACING. 98
Royal show date for Queen. 166
Royal Show date in Queen's tour. 159
Royal Show organisers get busy for the Queen. 221
Sad fate of village dying from within; LOCALS BLAMED FOR FAILING TO USE FACILITIES ON THEIR DOORSTEP. 384
Seat-belt crackdown: Another 15 caught; POLICE ISSUE TICKETS IN CAMPAIGN TO HAMMER HOME SAFETY MESSAGE. 254
Shake, rattle and roll up. 140
Slamming the door on bogus callers; Awareness is the key, say police. 292
SPEEDWAY: Bees' safety first! 623
Staff bid for pounds 1,750 rise. 181
Stronger lifeline if you want to quit; GROUPS COMBINE IN BID TO CUT TOLL OF DEATHS FROM SMOKING. 245
Students take on Broadway favourite. 156
SUNDAY FOOTBALL: Parker win boosts double prospects. 176
Taking care of the men in black; REFS NEED TO BE KEEN-EYED, COOL-HEADED AND BRAVE AND VERY FIT - BARRY PHILLIPSON SHOWS US HOW AND WHY. 1050
The two colleges on course to become one; STUDENTS WILL BE THE WINNERS WHEN A NEW FURTHER EDUCATION VENTURE OFFICIALLY BEGINS THIS WEEK. 1421
Tickets to bostin' good fun. 138
Traffic survey. 86
Visitors in stitches. 213
Waste process put on right track. 129
WEDNESDAY GAMES: Leaders Hare and Hounds setting fierce pace. 114
Who will buy?; THIS IMPOSING MANSION WHICH SURVIVED THE CIVIL WAR AND A DEVASTATING FIRE IS NOW ON THE MARKET FOR pounds 2 MILLION. 747
Whole village warms to energy drive. 215
WIN super holiday prizes with Getaway Bingo and Harry Shaw. 401
Winifred, aged 84, tells of lucky escape; BUSINESSES, SERVICES AND GROUPS URGED TO JOIN FORCES TO STAMP OUT CONMEN CRIME WAVE. 291
Woman hurt in crash. 89
Young patients get club rocking. 162

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