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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (March 14, 2002)

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'COOL' KIDS ARE RISKING LIFE AND LIMB; Skaters ignoring safety gear. 326
'Hidden' park to get higher profile; CONSERVATION WORK WILL HIGHLIGHT LITTLE-KNOWN HERITAGE SITE. 353
Addressing the issue. 107
Airline offers a net gain to fliers. 194
Award for shooting sales overseas. 157
Bad housing that's a cause of ill-health. 169
BASKETBALL: Big guns blast through to set up final battle. 189
Beeb tests IQ of the nation. 304
Big bill for firm which sold GM food. 191
Bigger picture on TV fee cheats. 169
Birds' egg collection seized. 123
Boro win argument on Ziege. 125
BOXING: Smallwood's big ambition; SPOTLIGHT ON THE CITY FIGHT SCENE. 443
Bring France to Euro justice - MEP. 122
Cancer advice in many tongues. 108
Cancer threat under spotlight. 126
Car raiders face a fresh crackdown. 235
Charity tells us where to turn; CAMPAIGN AIMS TO END CONFUSION OVER WHO TO CALL ABOUT CHILD ABUSE. 325
Class Potty about Harry. 136
Classic vinyls could fetch thousands. 140
Council backs cab cost increase. 181
Council's pounds 1.5m 'windfall'. 137
Crash victim's witness appeal. 116
Crews tackle blaze at factory. 100
CRICKET: HIGH ON THE HOGG; Pace ace wrecks New Zealand. 312
CRICKET: Hogg turns tide with best return; NEW ZEALAND V ENGLAND - THE FIRST TEST. 501
Dame Thora's message. 116
David's reached his goal. 138
Decision due on Lockerbie bomb appeal. 324
DOMINOES: Entries are wanted for Snowy Evans Memorial competition. 239
Easter theme for police marking day. 186
Emmerdale's under-age sex storyline shocker. 219
Fears over testing pressures on pupils. 413
FOOTBALL: Jimmy sets his sights on Euro place; SPOTLIGHT ON THE EUROPEAN AND PREMIERSHIP ACTION. 421
FOOTBALL: Let's make a day of it! 298
football: Morten back in the picture. 253
FOOTBALL: Soccer school. 110
FOOTBALL: Thompson has last word in Barcelona. 298
FOOTBALL: United face battle, says Bayern boss. 399
FOOTBALL: Zuniga at the double for City. 512
Fundraising champ dies; LONG-DISTANCE WALKER MICHAEL CLIFFORD GAVE pounds 82,000 TO GOOD CAUSES OVER 22 YEARS. 223
Fury at boss's pounds 1.1m pay rise. 131
Future of city office is secured. 189
gaelic football: Roger's win. 175
Get tickets for a special dinner. 88
Girls lead when it comes to reading. 240
GOLF: Learning from the experts. 566
Heartless thieves steal pet-lover's dogs. 178
Hedges survey getting back on track. 176
Help for victims of war. 94
Helping teenagers to mind the gap year. 101
Higher profile for hidden park. 272
HOCKEY: Glory for Cov as Bowles sinks Leek's high-flyers; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL CLUBS. 893
HOCKEY: Nuneaton hopes stay in balance; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL CLUBS. 830
Homes plan thrown out. 88
Hospital's appeal set to exceed pounds 900,000 target. 141
ICE HOCKEY: Hurt Burt so dazed he didn't know the score! 344
IN THE COURTS: Crash driver banned from road. 315
JOBS: How to survive 'killer questions' ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 676
Legacy of 70s city folk scene. 92
LETTERS: your views. 1862
LETTERS: your views. 229
Life-saving classes for Asian parents. 217
Lining up new help for victims of crime; POLICE RECORD PHONE MESSAGES IN BID TO SATISFY PUBLIC DEMAND FOR ADVICE. 235
LOCAL FOOTBALL: Marconi and Massey both clinch 1-0 wins. 189
Lockerbie bomber loses conviction appeal. 382
Make-over for public transport; NEW ROLE ENVISAGED FOR SCHOOL MINIBUSES IN RADICAL SHAKE-UP. 274
MINOR FOOTBALL: Bulkington victor is four-goal Ben. 83
More jobs may go says freight boss; Politicians blamed for asylum chaos. 331
Motor along and make new friends; BENEVOLENT FUND WANTS MORE PEOPLE TO JOIN CAR INDUSTRY'S OWN DAY CENTRE. 390
Mum-to-be helped to kick the habit. 173
Musicians' school date for charity. 105
My life as wife of a minister. 178
Neighbours grasp the nettle. 123
New buses to run on old H route; 'PEOPLE POWER' HAILED FOR HELPING TO RESTORE POPULAR SERVICE. 269
No help for deaf people. 82
Nobby's bid to help 'Fourth World' village; FUND-RAISING CITY FIREMAN LAUNCHES pounds 50,000 APPEAL FOR SCHOOL FOR DEPRIVED SUDANESE YOUNGSTERS. 495
Offer of help. 85
ON THE DRAWING BOARD: Store plans to expand services. 266
Open day at centre for arts. 124
Organic veg may prevent cancer. 98
OUTSIDE BOSS BLOW FOR ST CROSS; Troubleshooter to be brought in as hospitals fail to improve enough after critical report. 411
OUTSIDE BOSS BLOW FOR WALSGRAVE; Troubleshooter to be brought in as hospital fails to improve enough after critical report. 275
Pedestrians risk injury at Phoenix site; PEOPLE IGNORE FOOTPATH RE-DIRECTIONS. 239
Penguin puts smile on singers' faces; SURPRISE AS COLLECTORS' GUIDE VALUES 30-YEAR-OLD DISC AT pounds 125. 329
Phase two of tree project. 114
Pilot scheme to get better buses. 165
Poet opens historical exhibition. 192
POP MUSIC GREATS SET FOR CASTLE GIG; But the dates clash with folk festival. 232
pounds 20,000 motorbike is stolen. 89
Praise for work to improve area. 120
Pupils are top bookworms. 175
RACING: Flag grabs glory. 81
RACING: So unlucky Borani can repay losses. 471
Readers do school proud. 177
Real ale fans can sup up; DRINK TO SKY BLUES BOSSES. 248
Remember when . . . ? I was a D Di van boy. 580
Rising offence caused by TV. 170
Rory's diet success an inspiration; GROUP INUNDATED WITH ENQUIRIES FOLLOWING SUPER-SLIMMER'S STORY. 269
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 94
Show is given an icy reception! 150
Show of force; MORE THAN 10,000 POLICE OFFICERS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY, INCLUDING 100 FROM COVENTRY, DEMONSTRATE IN THE CAPITAL OVER PAY AND CONDITIONS. 1243
Showing pupils religion at work. 139
Sky Blues' history display. 146
SNOOKER: Atherstone finish in runners-up position. 128
Still time to get tickets for a special dinner. 119
Street sign firm told to drop its 'aitches' RED FACES AS NAME OF ONE OF TOWN'S MOST FAMOUS SONS IS MIS-SPELT. 253
Student robbed by cashpoint. 93
Student's rubbish outfit for a babe; USING CHARITY SHOP CAST-OFFS AND A BLUE PLASTIC INFLATABLE CHAIR, FASHION STUDENT ANASTASIA TURNED JUNK INTO SUPER HERO STYLE. 507
Suicide urges of death crash biker; MOTORCYCLIST WHO 'WANTED TO END IT ALL' DIED AFTER DRINKING SESSION. 324
Surprise day out for Mary. 165
Teachers' strike backed. 120
Tears for souvenirs; FUNNYMAN PAYS TRIBUTE TO CITY THEATRE AS BULLDOZERS MOVE IN. 520
Tia, 5, beats the share experts. 186
Time running out for estate homes. 190
Titanic postcard sold for pounds 9,000; Sender's family see hammer come down. 245
Tories hear TUC's pension pleas. 119
Tribute to ex-councillor. 96
TV makeover for epic love story; KENILWORTH WRITER'S ADAPTATION BREATHES NEW LIFE INTO DR ZHIVAGO. 268
Warning after string of attacks. 227
Watchdog says warring persists; COVENTRY HOSPITALS REPORT. 1489
We never knew that about our Mac!; Inspiring tale of a tiny woman with bags of character. 308
We wanted to raise cash to say thank you; BABY LIFELINE 21 YEARS ON. 595
WEDDINGS. 249
WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL: Crusaders have chance of making play-offs. 261
Why twiddling our thumbs is bad for us. 107
Will wows 'em at Wembley. 148
WIN. . . a Royal Enfield motorbike worth pounds 2,400. 289
Woman, 91, hurt as two burst into flat. 407
Women to share pounds 1m in pay deal. 293
Work finally starts on long-stay hotel; TARGET DATE SET FOR BUSINESS GUESTS TO CHECK OUT FACILITIES. 301
Yasmine's hair-raising fundraiser. 151
You should see us at PE! 153
Youngsters get taste of police work. 152
Youth music group wins pounds 16,000. 189

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