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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (March 7, 2002)

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'Bomb' was boy's GCSE work. 153
'Ken' hard of hearing. 126
Alisha's pals bare all for art show; PICTURES AIM TO SHOW HOW WOMEN CAN LIKE THEMSELVES WHATEVER THEIR LOOKS. 295
Anger as hospital cancels vital op for girl. 262
Another starring award for Kylie. 164
ATHLETICS: Athletes join forces. 248
Awards for officers who go beyond call of duty. 258
badminton: Mark is out. 102
Bags of aid prove we care; 200 CARRIERS FILLED ALREADY IN HEARTENING RESPONSE TO MERCY PLEA. 324
Bard on the history stage. 96
BASKETBALL: Shocks for Shield semis. 188
Blow for karate claim woman. 173
BOARD APOLOGISES FOR EXAM BLUNDER; Grades improved after school appeals. 368
Boarders skate on to the world web; YOUNG GROUP SETS UP ITS OWN INTERNET SITE FOR ENTHUSIASTS. 367
Bolt guns left loaded on wall, jury told. 325
Brush-up for the feelgood factor; EXTRA STREET CLEANERS TO LIFT NEIGHBOURHOOD MORALE. 203
CANCELLED; Funding crisis at hospital delays op which could save little Michelle's life... 447
Centre puts on more activities. 133
Challenge taken up by MEP Michael. 147
Charity ride call to Blue Peter viewers. 151
Cinema puts shirt on young players. 207
City lies outside the gold triangle. 175
Clerks go on hunt for jury. 144
CRICKET: Back in the routine. 307
CRICKET: Caddick back in the old routine; ENGLAND IN NEW ZEALAND. 298
Deal gives some workers a future; CHANGES IN WORK PRACTICES SEEN AS INEVITABLE AT FORD'S LEAMINGTON FOUNDRY. 408
Doctors 'failing to spot lung cancer on X-rays'. 152
Drivers snap up the new Robin. 242
Duo earn silver award. 108
Employers 'blinkered' to training. 127
Faulty fuses cut off power. 114
FLOODED COLLEGE CLOSED; Students sent home after water pours through ceilings. 263
Folk star gets party started; CLUB BEGINS COUNTDOWN TO ST PATRICK'S DAY. 231
FOOTBAL: HARKIN HIT BY ILLNESS. 309
FOOTBALL: Easter holiday football bonanza. 309
FOOTBALL: Glenn's fury at penalty; THE PREMIERSHIP. 688
FOOTBALL: Lions roar to last-four spot with 8-0 win. 934
FOOTBALL: Marconi have too much in locker for Rugby. 380
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES: Nerves show as City sit on their lead; But Thompson goal clinches a vital victory. 963
FOOTBALL: TOUCHY HUGHES IS NOT AMUSED. 440
FOOTBALL: We murdered 'em says Jones. 308
Foreign visitors see how fostering works. 209
Former Tory club goes on market; Restrictions complicate sale plans. 251
GARDENS ON THE SKY: From tower blocks to flower blocks!; RESIDENTS QUEUE UP FOR WINDOW BOXES TO BRIGHTEN THEIR BALCONIES. 472
GOLF: Big Easy stays on course. 325
GOLF: Big Easy stays on course; THE LATEST FROM THE DUBAI DESERT CLASSIC. 426
GOLF: Stratford to Welcombe the legends. 439
Good food guide for students. 164
grassroots extra: Anniversaries special: These happy golden years. 517
GRIDLOCKED; Sewer replacement work causes chaos for drivers. 370
Helpers shown how to get funds. 121
HOCKEY: Ben is the trump card; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL TEAMS. 500
HOCKEY: Smooth Stratford clinch title glory; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL CLUBS. 1182
HOCKEY: TOP TEAM. 162
HOCKEY: Warwick girls are losing their battle for survival; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL CLUBS. 549
Home at centre of sex claims to be closed; COUNCIL WANTS TO CARE FOR CHILDREN IN SMALLER FAMILY-STYLE UNITS. 243
Homes hit by third arson attack. 168
Hope of virus vaccine. 94
Hospital death 'due to natural causes'. 199
JOBS: Employment with rewards; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 378
Knife drama PC rewarded; TWO TOWN OFFICERS IN COUNTY ROLL OF HONOUR. 230
Knife threat used in phone robbery. 283
Ladies' night is a winner for hospice. 108
Lead weights still poisoning swans. 153
Leaders meet to improve life in the city. 210
Lenny on stage for a laugh. 122
LETTERS: your views. 1554
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS: Do you need help after brain injury? 229
Lord and lady of the dance. 250
Loughton right to go - health group; CHC chairman 'not surprised' at decision. 328
Major employers lined up for jobs roadshow. 104
Manufacturers call for cash aid. 321
Motorcylist in collision. 142
Moves to solve estate's disputes; NEIGHBOURHOOD OFFICER TO LEAD TOWER BLOCK INITIATIVE. 283
Mugging charge. 80
National hockey squad call-up for Stephen. 180
New hotline for dumpedwrecks; Move to cut number of torched cars. 258
New plea on crash witness. 98
Old start to golden days. 125
On the road to recovery one year on. 1771
Our Blue heaven; 900 FANS PACK CLUB FOR 20-MINUTE SET BY CHART-TOPPING BOY BAND - AND LOVE EVERY SECOND. 461
Police given name of sex crime suspect; CRIMEWATCH RECONSTRUCTION PRODUCES 40 CALLS AFTER VICTIM TELLS OF TRAUMA. 355
Police re-count clear-up figures; ETHICAL RECORDING PROCESS GIVES CLEARER PICTURE. 292
POOL: Hearts of Oak! 806
Poor street lights 'encourage crime' MP JOINS ESTATE RESIDENTS IN DEMANDING SPEEDY IMPROVEMENTS. 321
pounds 1,400 raised in Sylvia's memory. 193
pounds 6,000 drugs seized in raid. 108
Premature babies 'need extra salt'. 233
Profit rises for aero firm. 225
Pupils get their teeth into lesson. 173
Pupils given open-air nature lesson. 210
Pupils put road closure plan to test. 171
Queen Mum tops poll. 152
Race bets won't go up in smoke. 117
RACING: King to keep crown. 233
RACING: Mick picks Bacchanal. 268
RACING: Simon's Arkle target. 115
Ray sets sights on expansion; Landlord adds to growing pub empire. 333
Remember when . . . ?: Man traps were a hazard to ramblers. 578
Richest 'live in London'. 102
Rugby enjoys a corner of the gold triangle. 175
Safety scheme kicks off. 152
Safety win for Skoda. 95
Save pounds pounds pounds s on two-night Mini Cruise Breaks. 275
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 113
Shelter 'regulartarget for the vandals'. 159
snooker: Duo aiming to stay in top flight. 834
Staff braced for council shake-up. 300
Store to recruit 100 as customers roll in; REDESIGN OF CAR PARK AND LONGER OPENING BRINGS IN SHOPPERS. 234
Students in the spotlight; Soap star Nick presents prizes to the winners. 899
Studies take to the stage. 91
T in the Park reveals stars for outdoor music event. 141
Terror as shop raiders rip out a till. 217
The truth about crime? Just ask us. 212
Thumbs up for youth club set up by parents. 173
Time is running out for play prop. 110
Top cop blames legal system for crime rise. 278
Top dogs take a bow-wow. . .; CRUFTS PREVIEW. 454
Train 'bomb' was GCSE work teenager forgot. 233
Trust director also steps down. 98
Upsets over school photo session. 162
Visitors see how fostering works. 125
Warrant for missing fan. 252
Watching the IT workers. 112
Why men should tuck into a tomato. 133
Witnesses sought. 121
Woman, 80, mugged for pounds 6. 142
Womb transplant brings new hope. 102
Women shoppers attacked and robbed. 218
Word spreads about hunt for skills tutors. 292
Workers put postal strike threat on hold; NEGOTIATIONS GO ON TO PREVENT FIRST PAY STOPPAGE IN SIX YEARS. 239
Workers' rights 'threat' by Blair. 125
X marks the spot for Jaguar success; Coventry car maker's sales out-performing targets. 423

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