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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 6, 2002)

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'Get to know bus changes'. 132
3,000 ecstasy tabs sent into oblivion; SEARCH INITIATIVE TO PART CLUBBERS FROM DRUGS TO GO CITY-WIDE. 329
50-year burden of a home loan. 161
7,000 police for England game. 217
Advice team on hand at shops centre. 161
Ailing Marconi given a boost. 132
Arty way with parties. 178
ATHLETICS: Injured Merry out of Games. 212
ATHLETICS: Youngsters shine for Nuneaton club. 275
Banned fan: 'I thoughtI'd be jailed'. 230
Bard link urged for railway line. 305
Betty nets World Cup gifts. 201
Bionic Hamish needs a home. 213
Body parts murder suspect due in US court. 103
Bone-marrow girl Catherine is home. 339
Cast loosen up to bring passion to a classic; REVIEW. 162
Castle festival set to draw the crowds. 171
Cat family drowned in river. 143
Charity shop faces crisis point over helpers; DWINDLING NUMBER OF VOLUNTEERS POSES CLOSURE THREAT. 285
Come on, it's time to party. 144
Community goes on air to celebrate; ESTATE'S GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY. 278
Council is far too lax with our violent neighbours from hell; TWO NUNEATON WOMEN ARE LIVING IN FEAR OF NUISANCE FAMILIES AND CLAIM THAT NEW BOROUGH INITIATIVES ARE TOO LATE FOR THEM. 947
Crash driver hit second vehicle; COURT TOLD OF RING ROAD PURSUIT AFTER COLLISION. 321
CRICKET: Ashley GILES'S COLUMN Warwickshire and England: I was proud to be part of such a great effort. 1122
Crowning touch to the party. 119
Cryptic address solved by the postie; ENVELOPE USED TO SHOW EFFICIENCY OF THE ROYAL MAIL. 271
CYCLING: Puffer quicker over 50 miles. 136
Disturbing, but the butler's still funny; REVIEW. 164
Don't be led astray by drink. 168
Drunken youths 'make life a misery'. 312
EQUESTRIANISM: Michael hits high road to success. 301
Event aims to fill 70 new posts. 138
Fears of war in Kashmir in two weeks. 86
Flare-up wasn't worth it, says fan; REMORSE OF SUPPORTER IN REALISATION: 'IT'S JUST A GAME'. 324
FOOTBALL: Boro chase Lenton. 104
FOOTBALL: Diao blots copy book; WORLD CUP 2002. 240
FOOTBALL: Griff push back deadline. 214
FOOTBALL: Irish aim to finish the job; WORLD CUP 2002. 561
FOOTBALL: Jeering Maradona fans flames; WORLD CUP 2002. 355
FOOTBALL: Kily in for Argentina; WORLD CUP 2002. 299
FOOTBALL: LONG BALL GETS THE BOOT; WORLD CUP 2002. 350
FOOTBALL: Nigeria - fitness the key; WORLD CUP 2002. 107
FOOTBALL: Oggy gets a crucial new role for the Sky Blues. 365
FOOTBALL: Roque road to success; WORLD CUP 2002. 375
FOOTBALL: Staunton will wait to party; WORLD CUP 2002. 326
FOOTBALL: SVEN:WE DON'T NEED TO CHEAT; WORLD CUP 2002: Coach: It's not win at any cost. 280
FOOTBALL: Two-goal win will see Irish through; WORLD CUP 2002. 111
FOOTBALL: United play it cool over top job. 407
FOOTBALL: We're up for it, says Owen; WORLD CUP 2002. 557
Free fun for all is joust perfect; THERE WILL BE MORE COLOUR AND MORE FUN AS WELL AS GREAT MUSIC, FASCINATING DEMONSTRATIONS AND ALL THE USUAL EXCITEMENT AT THIS YEAR'S GODIVA FESTIVAL CELEBRATIONS. 1978
Garden sure to go like a bomb!; VILLAGE HALL SET TO MAKE EXPLOSIVE IMPACT DURING OPEN WEEKEND. 249
Gift puts pupils in the shade. 160
Golden couples quickstep back through time. 406
GOLF: Ace Sheridan happy to buy a round! 188
GOLF: Brazier takes honours at Whitefields. 279
GOLF: Charity target for Nuneaton duo. 103
GOLF: Holder O'Malley off to quick start. 190
GOLF: Rose aims to putt his way to further glory. 333
Grant nets more sporty fun. 132
GRASSROOTS: A GIFT TO MAKE YOUR SPECIAL DAY. 115
GRASSROOTS: ANNIVERSARIES. 787
Heads vote for protest action. 142
Hunt after cats drown. 117
I'm not going and social services are getting better; AS THE DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SERVICES RESIGNS WE LOOK AT HOW THE TROUBLED DEPARTMENT WILL COPE. 825
IN THE COURTS. 710
INJURED MERRY WILL MISS GAMES. 327
Israelis hammer Arafat's compound. 83
Knife threat by phone robber. 99
Let's hear it for Liz-and Gladys; GOLDEN JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS. 447
LETTERS: your views. 1287
LETTERS: your views. 212
Libya in talks over atrocity cash. 137
Long run for a good cause. 187
Lucy meets a friend on farm. 81
M6 road works warning. 108
Market draws in the crowds; BOOST FOR LOCAL FARMERS WITH FIRST DAY OF NEW VENTURE. 393
MARTIAL ARTS: Five bring home the medals. 228
Match drink caution to fans. 212
Medical company moves to new HQ. 157
Mo signs in as a writer. 221
MUM'S ANGER AS TOT DAMAGES AN EYE IN GLUE DRAMA; Girl screaming in pain after finding workers' leftover materials in her bedroom. 448
Mystery night of woman who woke up by fair. 161
NHS rescue bid fails to impress. 264
Patients contacted in hospital TB scare. 108
Paul aims to give asthma charity team a head start. 187
Paul sets up his desk in shopping mall. 206
PITCH PROTESTER ESCAPES JAIL TERM; Fan's 3-year national match ban. 351
Police send out caravan for recruits. 237
POOL: Sport's No1 on at Cherry Tree. 116
pounds 200m contract boost for ailing Marconi. 175
Pupils dream on to boost campaign to help children. 212
Pupils to face job advert challenge. 137
Queen's date on the buses. 137
R&B star on child porn charges. 112
Racial equality is the healthy way forward; Trust revisits its statutory duties. 264
RACING. 124
RACING: Godolphin sights set on an Epsom double. 133
RACING: Kazzia set for classic double win. 429
RACING: Spencer rapped for Chantilly offence. 146
RACING: War Emblem on song. 141
Remember when . . . ? 752
Robbers may have been related. 196
Runaway ducks rake in charity cash. 127
Search for firebugs,11. 82
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 116
SIX-A-SIDE FOOTBALL: Shock as Jaguar check out. 238
Smile for the camera. 81
SPEEDWAY: Bees TV date hit by weather. 343
STREETS OF SHAME; Towns come under fire for litter-strewn roads. 347
Stronger drinks spark warning to fans. 239
Students 'have had enough' of AS-Levels. 179
Superhospital work puts staff on buses. 429
Teenager's knife ordeal. 95
Theatre fun for all the family; THE STAGE IS SET FOR A WIDE-RANGING SUMMER PROGRAMME OF TREATS IN THE CITY CENTRE. 297
Three are held after drugs swoop. 209
Top DJs are lined up for clubs' big dance night; MUSIC FANS FROM ALL OVER THE MIDLANDS ARE EXPECTED TO DESCEND ON SKYDOME VENUES FOR 'UNMISSABLE' EVENT. 319
Uproar leads to road plan U-turn; DELIGHT AS COUNTY COUNCILLORS ABANDON TRAFFIC SCHEME. 471
Village to get a 'spring clean'. 103
Voting opens in tenants' board elections. 200
Walkers round up pounds 5,500 for charities. 116
Where have all the flowers gone?; A LACK OF CASH AND A CHANGE IN THE RULES HAVE BEEN CITED AS THE REASONS WHY STRATFORD HAS PULLED OUT OF THE BRITAIN IN BLOOM CONTEST. 1346
WIN a place on a UNIQLO fashion shoot in Iceland. 371
Women's boost for charities. 101

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