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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (March 15, 2002)

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'Big gains' from the chamber. 169
'Wider pool of talent' needed to pick NHS boss; CITY MP QUESTIONS HOSPITAL'S RECRUITMENT POLICY. 258
'Yes'to glass bridgeplans. 124
15 people trapped by 'arson' attack; BLAZING TV IN HALLWAY CUTS OFF RESIDENTS' ESCAPE ROUTE. 379
Addict died in flames. 97
AFGHAN APPEAL TARGET RAISED. 214
Afghan appeal target raised; CHARITY HOPES TO SEND MORE THAN 7,000 BAGS OF FOOD AND TOILETRIES. 352
ANGLING: PAT ARMSTRONGS COLUMN ON THE ANGLING SCENE: Novice Carl lands a Packington giant. 625
Artistic cards are just the ticket for winners. 154
Backing for trust hospital boss. 181
Bad parking led to restrictions. 255
Bags of help for refugees; GLOBAL CARE AFGHAN APPEAL: THOUSANDS JOIN IN APPEAL TO SEND FOOD AND TOILETRIES TO STARVING AFGHAN FAMILIES. 368
Bosses call for clamp on 'frivolous' claims. 156
Boys' soccer match erupted into fight between adults, court told. 419
Breast cancer drug to be available on NHS. 181
Bringing life back to an old castle. 180
Britain lags in Europe. 106
BRONSON IN PLEA ON ART SHOW; Notorious prisoner writes letter to Evening Telegraph. 204
Builder dumped this lot on city estate; HUNT FOR CULPRIT BEHIND 'WORST CASE OF FLY-TIPPING WE HAVE EVER SEEN'. 311
Bursary offer to nurture chemist students. 150
Campus sounds hit the airwaves; STUDENT RADIO STATION BROADCASTS ACROSS THE CITY. 208
Cartoon dudes get children to gobble greens. 135
Castle site to feature on TV show. 171
Chance to buy cricket history; LAND WHERE LEGENDARY WG GRACE PLAYED BEING SOLD AT AUCTION. 266
Change brings a better service; BOSSES PLEDGE IMPROVEMENTS FOR MOBILE LIBRARY USERS. 325
Children's Dome show given a curtain call at St Mary's Hall. 242
City raises cash for street children; ROTARIANS HEAR FROM YOUNGSTERS HELPED BY THEIR GIFT. 282
City's Irish get ready to paint the town green. 146
Club spells enjoyment. 101
Club will stage Bronson's exhibition; CANCELLED ART SHOW TO GO AHEAD AT DIFFERENT VENUE. 439
College link-up to help job search; Experts on hand to help those facing redundancy. 228
Come to the woods and learn how they work; VOLUNTEERS HELP TO SHOW PEOPLE THE IMPORTANCE OF THE COUNTRYSIDE. 211
Concert to aid two charities. 86
Couple's anger at child fare for tot. 239
CRICKET: GLORY BOYS! 87
CRICKET: This one's for the kids, says Thorpe. 709
CROWN GREEN BOWLS: Tunnel enter C team in Coventry League for 2002. 171
DARTS: Caddy Club arrows men bang on target; M AND B FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES. 112
Drifter guilty over blaze deaths. 102
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Award-winning caravan centre's open weekend; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 338
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Charging 'will hit road safety'. 217
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Cherish your MINI with new dealer scheme. 123
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Get personal with your car; DRIVERS INVITED TO AUCTION OF 800 NUMBERPLATES, WHICH IS SET TO RAISE pounds 3 MILLION. 250
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: It Getz you there in style. 365
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Keeping theft 'out of sight, out of reach' RAC offering bags of help to motorists. 283
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: MINI marvel! 546
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Peugeot's winning Corse. 204
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Prices of new cars pushed down as diesel demand rises. 191
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Putting the brakes on bank holiday bust-ups. 238
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: R YOU READY FOR THIS. 443
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Take the stress out of your driving. 89
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Time to make a smart move. 178
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Watching car value go up in smoke. 246
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: WIN. . . a Peugeot Trekker off-road bike worth pounds 1,500 - plus free helmet, jacket and gloves. 215
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Xantia has fresh appeal; USED CAR SPECIAL. 409
Effort adds up to award. 154
Elderly urged to claim all benefits. 234
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 287
Every day I count my blessings; BABY LIFELINE 21 YEARS ON. 692
Experts on call to protect phones; POLICE ENLIST HELP IN CRACKDOWN ON MOBILES THEFTS. 389
Flood map will assess risks. 193
FOOTBALL: Bedworth aim to end grim run. 518
FOOTBALL: Glass smash and grab still rankles Sky Blues. 462
FOOTBALL: Goal-star Clarke may miss Vase semi-final. 234
FOOTBALL: Hot-shot Freestone raring to go. 240
FOOTBALL: Kinder joins Racing's fight against the drop. 464
FOOTBALL: Knitters aim for double boost. 596
FOOTBALL: Moyes pledges to rebuild from bottom to top. 357
FOOTBALL: RICHARD KEYS'S COLUMN A SKY BLUES FAN'S VIEW: Sky Blues can be the third men. 771
FOOTBALL: Sven fears the sack if England flop. 169
FOOTBALL: Zuniga in the frame. 670
FORMULA ONE: Coulthard is really hot stuff in Sepang. 305
Four held in drugs raids. 124
Fresh appeal for help to trace man. 168
Fresh plea on town centre robbery. 121
GO ON - GIVE IT UP. 585
GO! COUNTRY: COME FOR THE CRAIC. 152
GO! THEATRE: BRADLEY'S THE BADDY ONCE MORE. 614
GO: ART: Barred art. 129
GO: ART: Beer cans make crowning glory; Seize the Moment, Bilston Craft Gallery, Wolverhampton. 123
GO: ART: BRUSH STROKES. 234
GO: ART: PORTRAITS OF URBAN LIFESTYLE. 289
GO: ART: Simply stirring paintings. 227
GO: CINEMA: OH FOR OSCAR! 587
GO: CINEMA: QUIRKY WITH A CAPITAL Q. 505
GO: CLASSICAL: OPERA STARS GO TOSCA WILD. 389
GO: FOLK: JUNE IS THE GIRL ON SONG. 343
GO: JAZZ: JAZZ NOTES. 168
GO: JAZZ: REWARDS OF A LABOUR OF LOVE. 284
GO: ROCK: OZZY CAN STILL CAST A SPELL. 503
GO: ROCK: SOUND BITES. 389
GO: TAIL PIECES. 537
GO: THE LIMIT: DRAGSTA REV UP FOR BIG LAUNCH. 689
GO: THE LIMIT: Mixers have their eyes on the ladies. 216
GO: THEATRE: Coward shocker still entertains. 171
GO: THEATRE: LIZ'S ROYAL VARIETY SHOW. 542
GO: THEATRE: Local star heads for the West End. 189
GO: THEATRE: STAGE WHISPERS. 203
GO: VIDEOS: Inspirational stuff - despite all the mush. 473
GO:CLASSICAL: Crowds warm to an evening of fine music; REVIEW. 114
GO:COUNTRY: COME FOR THE CRAIC. 169
Golden date for charity show. 154
GOLF: Easy does it as Roe moves up. 406
GOLF: Gallacher chasing title glory. 301
Group tackles litter problem. 95
High Court to settle pub hours wrangle; LANDLORDS HOLD FIRE OVER WORLD CUP SPECIAL LICENCE BIDS. 332
ICE HOCKEY: Socket wrench floors Cowley. 410
IN THE COURTS. 1004
Incubator gave my little miracle a chance of life; BABY LIFELINE 21 YEARS ON. 677
INDOOR FOOTBALL: Six-a-side triumph for ASDA aces. 310
Judge my art-not me; Notorious prisoner writes letter to Evening Telegraph. 296
Just a glass could tip pub quiz results. 238
Kick off could be right after the funeral. 190
LETTERS: your views. 1511
LETTERS: your views: Skateboarding special. 1965
LETTERS: your views; MYTON HOSPICE APPEAL. 336
Longest day - for the big Irish event. 154
Man facing murder quiz. 219
Museum to clean up its act for funding. 318
New band wow winners. 82
New chief will not solve trust's problems. 256
OAP duped. 103
OAP's death an accident. 85
OAPs' fare deal. 98
Official wreckers move in. 256
Overweight children in on-line experiment. 99
Party to celebrate funding success. 170
Pat on back for schools. 144
Peaceful memories in garden. 143
Petition calling for delay in estate building fails. 135
Philip helps to picture the past. 164
Phoebe helps to highlight danger. 152
Phoenix rises in Students' Union studio. 124
Phone mast refusal brings cheers. 139
Police still investigating death. 290
Poll reveals concerns for rural areas after crisis. 149
pounds 120,000 to bring hall back into use; Groups will be able to meet there. 277
pounds 250,000 aid for the farm crisis victims; Regional agency helps the volunteers. 307
pounds 70,000 will benefit city's most needy; VOLUNTEER SERVICE RECEIVES VITAL FUNDING FOR THE NEXT THREE YEARS. 290
Praise for schools. 85
Probe into sick levels. 133
Protesters win the chip shop battle; CITY COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS PARKING PROBLEMS AS IT REJECTS PLANS. 320
Pupils get their business heads on. 134
Put out the flags - our bus is back!; 'MAROONED' OAPs TO GET MOBILE AGAIN. 256
RACING: Best Mate proves his critics wrong. 631
RACING: McCoy now six wins away from equalling record. 539
racing: Rooster Booster is Trophy clincher. 329
Ray leads the way for tots in charity walk; SNOWBALL. 206
Report'spraise for inspected county schools. 135
Royal meeting for city duo. 207
RUCKSACK SAVES GIRL IN 200ft CLIFF FALL. 346
RUGBY UNION. 155
RUGBY UNION: Skipper puts pen to paper. 465
RUGBY UNION: Street drawing closer to realising promotion dream. 655
RUGBY UNION: Wounded Lions welcome Welsh while Nuns pray for captain. 360
Salute to reading sees inspiration from the page. 161
Satellite TV channel Shop! to close. 107
Save pounds pounds pounds s on 2-for-1 American flights. 111
Schools urged to cash in on cans; RECYCLING SCHEME TO BRING CLASSROOM BENEFITS FOR PUPILS TAKING PART. 270
Science is such a circus; CHILDREN JUMP IN WITH BOTH FEET - AND GET HANDS-ON - TO LEARN SCIENCE LESSONS. 128
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 103
Sharene keeps it in the family; PRIZE WINNER GIVES AWAY HER DREAM TRIP TO AUSTRALIA. 241
Skipping their way to health; CHILDREN JUMP IN WITH BOTH FEET - AND GET HANDS-ON - TO LEARN SCIENCE LESSONS. 213
Sky Blues support for youth project; CITY PLAYERS TAKE PART IN ANTI-DRUGS MESSAGE FOR JUNIOR FOOTBALLERS. 222
Slimming aid health fears. 90
SPEEDWAY: Bees prepare for business. 293
Stationery gift brings joy; CHILDREN'S FACES LIGHT UP AS SOLDIER MAKES SPECIAL DELIVERY FROM MUM'S PLAYGROUP. 213
Stick with Robbie for a safe drive. 233
Store's therapy aid. 135
Students cut out as winners. 107
Sweets recalled. 85
TENNIS: Henman powers through. 255
Toddler tales at library. 159
Top score for college. 90
travel: The taste of Swede success; SAMPLE THE STYLE AND SOPHISTICATION OF SCANDINAVIA WITH A GREAT SWEDISH CITY BREAK. 816
Tuning in for early signs of diabetes. 128
Uniform row head teacher set to quit; MIXED REACTION AS TEACHER STEPS DOWN AFTER SEVEN YEARS. 452
Warning over cash scam. 84
Watchdogs to rule on cancer help drug. 228
Welcoming farms open their gates to children. 193
Will makes it to studio at last. 121
Woman hurt in bag theft. 137
Women in the arts spotlight. 126
Worker loses claim of racial bias; INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNAL BACKS COUNCIL'S EQUALITY PROCEDURES. 241
World expert talks to leaders. 125

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