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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 11, 2002)

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`Sell local food' plea to stores. 124
463 arrested in fight to make streets safer. 138
A pounds 12m fun way to cut crime on street; GOVERNMENT LAUNCHES SUMMER SCHEMES TO KEEP YOUNG PEOPLE OCCUPIED. 319
Advice as exam nerves build up. 447
Advice is on hand for avoiding trailer thefts. 161
Ambulance station is put on the market. 226
Ant and Dec's ad break prize giveaway. 161
Athletes get ready for big meet. 131
Band's 'farewell' date. 118
BASKETBALL: Skydome to stage play-offs. 106
BASKETBALL: Warriors sweep the board. 145
BOXING: Lay-off will help me declares Simpson. 311
BRICK ATTACK ON WORKERS; Shot fired, rubble thrown at construction team. 352
Building `guards' come under attack. 239
Charity boost for home. 115
Charity's cancer plea. 104
Choir on record to mark jubilee; CD WILL COMMEMORATE CATHEDRAL'S ROYAL VISITS. 261
Choral church concert to mark jubilee. 95
Civic honour will be a gas!; FREEMEN CEREMONY LINED UP FOR FORMER WORKMATES. 232
Classic sounds on new estate. 151
Clowning about in name of science; CIRCUS THEME GIVES PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS INSIGHT INTO NEW WORLD WITH THE HELP OF DUCKS, BEARS AND MAGNETIC MAZE. 256
CRICKET: ENGLAND LOOK TO OLD GUARD. 256
CRICKET: Gutsy Knight frustrates Leics charge for victory; SPOTLIGHT ON THE FRIZZEL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 433
CRICKET: Northants crash to big defeat. 121
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Davies is Devlins Juniors hero. 357
Dad's charity thanks. 120
Dancers step out to help little patients; PUPILS RAISE pounds 600 FROM SHOW AND GIVE IT TO FUND FOR LEUKAEMIA SUFFERERS. 419
Driver of overladen lorry fined pounds 1,000. 246
Ex-mayor offers words of advice. 224
EYESORES ALL SET TO VANISH; pounds 10,000 to demolish buildings. 251
Festival marks new hospice's opening. 118
Firefighters tackle basement blaze at city butcher's shop. 236
FOOTBALL: Benevolent Cup glory for Lane. 230
FOOTBALL: Borough sights set on Squires; SPOTLIGHT ON THE NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE SCENE. 354
FOOTBALL: BURR SIGHTS ARE SET ON SQUIRES. 281
FOOTBALL: PLAY-OFF FINAL: Bruce's blues go for gold. 319
FORMULA ONE: Schu set for first in Austria. 390
Friendly group with a way to entertain. 213
Garden crime victim 'will not give up' POLICE WARN THE GREEN-FINGERED TO WATCH OUT FOR THE LIGHT-FINGERED. 368
Girl's work and play reflected in sculpture. 141
GOLF: Home win will be Ryder boost; THE BENSON & HEDGES INTERNATIONAL OPEN AT THE BELFRY. 780
Hold tight for fresh look at the city; SIGHTSEERS WILL SOON BE ABLE TO BRAVE THE ELEMENTS AND CLIMB ABOARD AN OPEN-TOPPED BUS AS IT SETS OFF TO TOUR COVENTRY AND KENILWORTH. 1194
IN THE COURTS: Man, 21, is sentenced over conduct. 662
Inquiry call over police sickness. 189
Irish VIP praises centre. 152
it's your shout!: Has TV violence gone too far?; Where teenagers set the agenda. 797
Jenny Mackenzie's column: Let's keep our little piece of Englanunder our control; voice of the north. 533
Join the run for baby charity. 155
Laura Capewell's column: Fans are a really weird bunch, unless it's sport; view from the clock tower. 455
Learn more about funds. 89
LETTERS: your views. 1075
Make much ado of this! 185
MAN JAILED FOR KIDNAP BID; Papergirl,16, threatened with knife. 321
May the force NOT be with you; CINEMA REFUSED LICENCE FOR MIDNIGHT SHOWING OF MOVIE. 316
New plea on motorway body. 182
New road closures mean more traffic chaos; Leamington again braces itself for rush-hour gridlock. 291
New surgery venue. 92
OAP loses out to lottery scam. 225
Patriotic fundraiser. 128
Perfect dentists. 87
PERSONALLY: If only mum was the word for foul mouths. 537
Points may have moved says expert. 311
Prince could put the appeal back into social work. 1067
RAIL TRAGEDY PROBE BEGINS; Investigation centres on points as death toll rises to seven. 423
Return of Megabowl fun events. 120
Rotary is all set for its dash for charity cash. 183
Rumble in the jungle. 103
Saddle up for a charity gallop. 172
Sign goes walkabout; PUB CHAIN APPLAUDS 'AUDACIOUS' THIEVES. 282
SPEEDWAY: Andreas set for big time. 415
Taking the lead to raise funds. 180
Talks go on in bid to end bin strike; PROTEST CONTINUES THROUGH THE NIGHT AT WHITLEY DEPOT. 284
Teenager held after actress is robbed. 107
TENNIS: Kenilworth teams are triumphant. 134
The A-team wins the cup - again! 132
The legion marks its new home. 201
Thief's right royal shock. 101
Thieves target two cars. 118
Time and the old pupils march on. 185
Time to spice up your life with a little extra learning. 169
UK a rip off - families. 82
WEEKEND TV: HOT GOSSIP . . . what's happening in the world of showbiz. 274
WEEKEND TV: In two minds about a high IQ. 1275
WEEKEND TV: McTV; What's hot and what's not on the box. 329
WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV; Tonight's highlights. 214
WEEKEND TV: Seeing double!; POPULAR TV DUO ANT AND DEC PAY TRIBUTE TO THEIR COMEDY HEROES THE LIKELY LADS. 536
WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV; Tonight's highlights. 224
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Celebrating a decade of Aidensfield. 146
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Inside story of wartime prison. 127
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Oriental dance of death. 124
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Strong tale of love, jealousy and hope. 110
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 99
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Pretty good game - in a simple undead kind of way; Review. 413
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Virtual volcanoes could save lives. 347
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: WIN a copy of Blood Omen 2. 205
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Wonder websites. 127
weekend: country walks: Pretty views in every direction on a stroll to suit all. 362
WEEKEND: DINNER DATE: 'So Graham Norton, would you like sushi?'. 495
WEEKEND: FOOD: A family at home on the range; HAVE YOU HERD ABOUT THE LATEST VENTURE DOWN ON THE ALSOP FARM? 876
WEEKEND: FOOD: GOOD HEALTH TIP. 103
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 471
WEEKEND: FOOD: Tasty Morsels. 100
WEEKEND: GARDENING: How Gerda stays top of the plots ... at 70. 1099
WEEKEND: GARDENING: WIN tickets to the Chelsea Flower Show. 234
WEEKEND: HELEN LEGH UNPLUGGED: Stressing myself out with those new job jitters. 693
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Aaaah, this is the life! 1508
weekend: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 116
weekend: PET SOS: Cats find safety in the Woods; WINNING THE CONFIDENCE OF TWO MISTREATED MOGGIES TOOK PATIENCE BUT IT WAS WORTH IT IN THE END. 478
weekend: PET SOS: New helpers keep up the good work. 222
WEEKEND: TIME TUNNEL: Projecting the right image; ... A JOURNEY INTO OUR RICH HERITAGE. 986
WEEKEND: TIME TUNNEL: Win a beautiful book of city paintings. 176
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: FAMILY DAY OUT. 250
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Laura's living the Thai life; A CHANCE TO ENJOY A DIFFERENT VIEW OF THE ASIAN PARADISE WITH A SAILING TRIP ON THE MAJESTIC STAR FLYER. 1078
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: WIN a pair of tickets to fly to Paris. 181
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Wish I Was There ... A reader's favourite holiday. 305
weekend: VET'S ADVICE: Can my dog get hayfever symptoms just like humans do? 672
WEEKEND: WIN tea caddies and chocolates. 137
WIN tickets to the England v Sri Lanka Test match. 310
Work to start to make trees safe. 143
Your brilliant Evening Telegraph just got better! 312

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