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

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'I'VE BEEN THROUGH HELL' Shopkeeper suffers 18 years of racial abuse and attacks. 455
'Nothing is sacred'. 144
'Spring is the season to be joyful'. 207
10 dead in Hindu temple attack. 131
A chance to wallow in some instant nostalgia. 189
Alyson helps the Watch groups. 171
ANN EVANS'S COLUMN food & drink: It's a sweet life in the Toffee Shop. 554
ANN EVANS'S COLUMN gardening: A farming feel for a fruitful fairyland. 938
ANN EVANS'S COLUMN PET SOS: CAN YOU GIVE A DOG A LOVING HOME? 98
ANN EVANS'S COLUMN PET SOS: Learning with Laddie; THANKS TO A NEW SCHEME DOG OWNERS OF THE FUTURE CAN EXPERIENCE THE JOYS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF BEING WITH CANINE FRIENDS AT AN EARLY AGE. 653
ANN EVANS'S COLUMN PET SOS: WIN Everything you need to make your bunny happy. 281
Appeal after man hit by car. 88
ARCHERY: Folkard first. 83
Arrival of town clerk hit by summons to jury service. 144
ATHLETICS: Strachan leads way for county. 298
Awards for staff who bring sunshine to lives. 194
Ayshea jumps to it in a bid to help patients. 184
Bargain flights on offer. 102
BLAZE AGAIN HITS HOME; Listed thatched cottage badly damaged in fire. 430
books. 710
byte size: Guided through a web of internet info; BOOK REVIEW. 256
byte size: HOT HINTS. 137
byte size: Sweet smell of success is on its way for virtual reality. 293
byte size: WONDER WEBSITES. 137
Campaigners not stopping; Shelter battle goes on against police objections. 317
Car club's driving ambition. 192
Caring is paw-fect solution. 168
CATHERINE TURNER 'S COLUMN living space: The High life. 840
Charity walk on after countryside crisis. 321
Children send Easter message. 138
Citizen award for mum's fire rescue bid; NATALIE'S ATTEMPTS TO SAVE PENSIONER RECOGNISED. 304
Club's plea to parents. 100
College all set to go on air. 135
College fights on in bid to expand a popular computer drop-in centre. 216
CRACKDOWN ON SUBWAY SAFETY; 50 security cameras to be installed in city. 172
CRICKET: Caddick joins the elite. 509
CRICKET: Skipper Fleming still upbeat after rocky start. 269
CRICKET: Ward is on a mission. 125
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Surprise recruit boosts Devlins bid. 579
Disco to aid charity. 101
Easter parade of arts and crafts. 210
Elaine Pendlebury'S COLUMN vet's advice: Is tuna and milk a well- balanced diet for my cats? 554
EQUESTRIANISM: Future stars at Moreton. 437
FEARS OVER GRAVES IN CHURCH SELL-OFF. 294
Foot and mouth sparks B&Bs shutdown. 109
FOOTBALL: AEI on a high. 152
FOOTBALL: Big guns are feeling the pinch. 257
FOOTBALL: Bobby's backlash; Newcastle Utd 6 Everton 2. 469
FOOTBALL: Division One clubs eye TV stitch-up. 329
FOOTBALL: GET A GRIP, CITY!; Roland admits Sky Blues are running out of time after Hillsborough slump. 570
FOOTBALL: Sky Blues outfought by desperate Owls; Sheffield Weds 2 Sky Blues 1. 1355
Force targets crime hot spots. 171
Friends find a way to join in the club scene; Mencap backs special nights. 255
Fundraising musical is tonic for Keith; PATIENT AIMS TO RAISE AWARENESS OF KIDNEY CANCER AND INSPIRE OTHERS. 320
GIRLS' FOOTBALL. 158
Golden moment for cabbie. 212
GOLF: A major boost for Clarke. 361
helen legh's column UNPLUGGED: Why do people pay good money to be scared senseless? 583
It's all change for bus routes. 170
James beats a path to success. 116
JAMIE WILLIAMS'S COLUMN jamie's dish. 278
Jenny Mackenzie'S COLUMN voice north: Our towns are richer with dedication than money. 498
Laura Capewell'S COLUMN View from the clock tower: Courthouse summons that I'm happy to obey. 446
LETTERS: your views. 1641
Manufacturing hit by most job losses; FIGURES REVEAL SHIFT IN EMPLOYMENT AS SOME INDUSTRIES BOOM. 330
MOTOR RACING: Perfect practice Coulthard's goal. 484
New charges are 'fleecing drivers' MEMBER SAYS COUNCIL HAS LOST SIGHT OF REASON FOR INCREASES. 290
Not just for Easter. 107
ON THE DRAWING BOARD. 232
ON THE DRAWING BOARD. 114
Park ruined by people who did this; KEEP COVENTRY CLEAN CAMPAIGN: CLEAN-UP TEAM HUNTS FOR CLUES WHICH COULD LEAD TO pounds 20,00 FINE. 390
Park's open for a fun Easter. 197
Pedal power covers 11,000 miles. 156
Police target hot spots. 99
Purse clue ruled out in Milly hunt. 271
Rare wild bird eggs seized in home raid. 214
Restore our lawns to former glories; Residents' complaint at council contractors. 307
RON WESTON'S COLUMN country walks: Attractive walk in a superb setting; Priors Marston to Hellidon Lakes, 5 miles. Map 206 Explorer. 553
ROWING: Head's up. 129
SATURDAY TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. 219
School alterations get go-ahead; Funding allows amalgamation on a single site. 347
Scouts told vandal-hit hall must go; Old meeting place too dangerous to stay, say families. 362
Sir's gain was with such pain! 263
SPEEDWAY: Bees get back in winning groove. 571
Splash out for Easter. 294
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. 195
Support from national clean-up charity; KEEP COVENTRY CLEAN CAMPAIGN. 208
SWIMMING: Coventry swimmers take most of medals. 117
TENNIS: Cov kid to play at Wimbledon. 129
Thanks for the past 24 years. 89
The criminals who want to go to jail; 'Then they can be gang leaders'. 307
The times they are a-changing. 102
time tunnel a journey into our rich heritage. 1169
Timetable cash boost. 98
Tory call for more school awards. 192
UN chief warns Israel to halt Arafat attack. 315
Walkers join in parade of prayer. 155
WEEKEND TV: 10 things you didn't know about DESERT ISLAND DISCS. 194
WEEKEND TV: David's Quest to direct. 582
WEEKEND TV: It's back... the ultimate soap. 811
Work to start on busy danger junction. 221
Working to improve the city's assets; OFFENDERS HELPED TO RENOVATE BRASS PLAQUES. 325
Youngsters egged-on to make Easter creations. 202

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