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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 16, 2002)

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'Big softies' jump to funds challenge; PLAY CENTRE STAFF IN PARACHUTE JUMP BID TO STAVE OFF CLOSURE. 339
'ISOLATION' FEARS OF ETHNIC GROUPS. 260
'Space pod' for club. 93
60s hits show. 105
A new link in the mayoral chain; AFTER A YEAR IN OFFICE LORD MAYOR DAVID CHATER PASSES ON THE ROLE TO ENTHUSIASTIC SUCCESSOR CLLR KEN TAYLOR. 996
Advice on breastfeeding handed out at shop. 85
AMP's raised. 111
Architect opens his gardens for charity. 144
ATHLETICS: A double helping for the Dables. 139
Authentic food for World Cup thought. 186
Bank on it, we'd rather watch. 191
Boffins bring hope over broken sleep. 145
BUNDLE OF JOY; Son for couple in baby death tragedy. 450
Burglar sprays man in face. 90
Bush warned of bin Laden's hijack plots. 91
Butterfly farm's BIG attraction. 147
Cancellations lead to lost operations. 273
Cash to tackle shop crime. 224
Children in the driving seat at steam fun day. 150
Children take a shine to the buses. 101
City's hunt protest. 110
Classy, brassy way to honour Her Majesty. 109
Clubs' honour for Jim, champion of over-60s. 146
Co-op profits up 40pc to top pounds 2m; Sixth consecutive record for Nuneaton group. 326
Council changes 'gagging opposition'. 213
Council staff to pack picnic for walk. 160
CRICKET: An all-day job as Knight digs deep for Bears. 453
CRICKET: Hussain loses another toss. 268
CRICKET: Skipper Woods sees Ambleside home. 528
Cutting-edge idea all in the name of art. 102
CYCLING: Roach's national bid hits a snag. 408
Date set for justice centre work. 170
Deaf and blind can now log on; Disabled given the chance to gain IT skills. 308
Drugs despair led to forgery. 357
England football fans top 'sickie' league. 147
Epic remains star attraction; HUNDREDS BURN THE MIDNIGHT OIL TO CATCH FIRST GLIMPSE OF LATEST INSTALMENT IN GREATEST SPACE SAGA. 640
Everest peak crowd. 106
Everything in the garden is so peaceful. 142
Firms urged to form foreign links. 417
First class effort. 156
FOOTBAL: WORLD CUP 2002: KIERON DYER FACTFILE. 311
FOOTBALL: Black gets up to speed; SKY BLUES CONTINUE THEIR PREPARATIONS WITH ERIC BLACK IN THE FOLD. 1036
FOOTBALL: Burr's delight at deal to sign Squires. 193
FOOTBALL: Ex-Blues star Stuart opens city academy. 297
FOOTBALL: High Haunchwood. 384
FOOTBALL: It's the Real thing for Zidane this time; SPAIN REIGNS in GLASGOW EUROPEAN SHOWDOWN. 894
FOOTBALL: WORLD CUP 2002: I can do the job says Heskey. 265
FOOTBALL: WORLD CUP 2002: McCarthy backs Keane. 297
FOOTBALL: WORLD CUP 2002: Revitalised Dyer faces the crunch. 490
FOOTBALL: WORLD CUP 2002: Vassell can be super-sub. 210
Garden plea for guide dogs. 143
Ghost of the Phantom Menace is exorcised. 587
Glenn gets ready to go from one extreme to the other; CHARITY GOAL TAKES WIDOWER FROM CHILLY ICELAND TO STEAMY COSTA RICA. 357
GOLF: Woods makes a flying visit; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL AND EUROPEAN TOUR SCENE. 657
Grave reveals Bronze Age hoard. 187
Green oasis plans for tip; pounds 145,000 PROJECT WILL TRANSFORM WASTELAND INTO PUBLIC PARK. 365
Halls talk. 94
Happy ending for mayor and minibus fund. 302
Hearty success for life-saving scheme; VITAL TRAINING PROGRAMME PASSES MAJOR MILESTONE. 313
Helicopter attraction. 116
Here's to good supping! 135
Hi-tech model for the future; LASER-WIELDING ROBOTS PERFORM OPENING CEREMONY. 225
Homes complex opens its doors. 116
Hospice set to benefit from mayor's fund-raising. 109
Housing group calls for tax breaks. 158
How to make the perfect complaint. 80
ICE HOCKEY: Starlet Russ offered new deal by Blaze; TEENAGER IMPRESSES CLUB. 316
In Grandma's memory. 135
IN THE COURTS: Man jailed over knife offence. 644
IT'S HALL OVER FOR MARCUS; 'I found out from Teletext that I would be leaving'. 680
IVF funds pledge to childless couples; New body to carry on. 240
JOBS: Avoiding first day clangers; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 734
Keepy-ups mustn't go whoops!; TROY PLAYING FOR CUP TICKETS PRIZE. 317
Koco sessions to aid mental patients. 171
Last coach tribute to Elizabeth; PENSIONER STEPS DOWN AFTER 37 YEARS OF ORGANISING TRIPS. 349
LETTERS: your views. 1685
Light show to spread God's word. 283
Long wait for justice centre. 212
Man in court over family fire deaths; 23-year-old to face seven murder charges. 211
MAN JAILED FOR HITTING WOMAN WITH IRON BAR; Neighbour feud led to skull being fractured. 258
Marconi reveals near pounds 6bn losses; COMPANY STILL CLINGING TO SURVIVAL DESPITE ONE OF THE WORST SHOWINGS EVER FOR FIRMS. 648
Memories are made of this! 130
Miller was not mad or bad but poisoned a village; AUTHOR UNEARTHS FASCINATING HISTORY OF COLOURFUL CHARACTER WHO MADE MANY VICTORIAN CLIFTON WOMEN INFERTILE. 795
Modern images bring city to life. 105
More sun set to come . . . 163
Morris pushes case for 'clever' pupils. 153
MOTORSPORT:A blast from the past; SPOTLIGHT ON THE WEEKEND'S BIG RACE AT DONINGTON PARK. 573
MPs vote on relaxing child adoption rules. 126
Mums in kit goal. 129
NHS spending up - productivity down. 180
Nurses raise their profile. 195
Opening another door to learning. 254
Paperboy turns into a life-saver hey; TEENAGER AVERTS HOUSE TRAGEDY AFTER HEARING SMOKE ALARM. 350
Paw prints set seal on charter to protect retired racing greyhounds. 155
Phone taken in attack. 80
Places up for grabs on twin town trip. 101
Playground used as rubbish dump; Man fined after being spotted fly-tipping. 321
Police in plea over double shooting; ONE VICTIM STILL CRITICAL AS DETECTIVES ADMIT THE MOTIVE REMAINS A MYSTERY. 396
Porn protest worker wins tribunal case. 172
pounds 400 bill for fly-tipping. 145
pounds 5,000 price put on killer's head; POLICE STEP UP THE HUNT FOR GUNMAN WHO MURDERED PENSIONER TERRY MORGAN. 488
Prisoners run rings around 'Thomas the tyrant' CITY FIRE OFFICER IS TOUGH GUARD IN TV REALITY SHOW. 345
Prize tonic for hospital radio. 214
Pub open for Cup games. 168
Purple carrots for sale. 91
Remember when . . . ?: We danced on theatre's roof. 399
Reunion for the class of 1962. 131
Riddle of bug at army hospital. 119
Robinson set to test IQ in US. 118
RUGBY UNION: Southam ready to take the next step. 100
Scheme opens another door to learning. 182
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 123
Shops get in jubilee spirit. 144
Soul star is club's latest coup. 250
Speed cameras warning. 90
SPEEDWAY: Pedersen to miss Brandon battle. 155
Strength in numbers for cancer sufferers; SUPPORT GROUP ENDS ISOLATION FOR LYMPHOMA VICTIMS. 322
Study points to aliens on other planets. 198
Suicide taking greatest toll of young men; AS LEADING CAUSE OF MALE DEATHS EXPOSED, HEALTH CHIEFS CONSIDER COUNSELLING AT WORK. 321
Survey reveals hospital bug risk. 125
T&G candidate's bid for support. 151
Tale of lost love and a dreamer's desires; REVIEW. 185
Teachers in Middle East protest. 81
Town is urged to regain its powers; INDEPENDENCE SHOULD BE LONG-TERM GOAL, SAYS KENILWORTH'S NEW MAYOR. 483
Town wins fight over BT aerials; MP applauds phone exchange decision. 261
Trader fights off daylight raiders. 228
Try out the surf hy. 102
Try something new. 118
VIOLENT PATIENTS FACE BAN; Hospital ready to enforce action. 251
Warning for car owners. 176
WIN A pair of VIP tickets to see this year's Derby. 380
Woman stabbed in the back by robber; TERROR AT 8AM AS CASH IS SNATCHED FROM OFFICES OF CAR DEALER. 253
Woody shuns Cannes festival boycott. 190
World first for guitar man Rob; BACKER SOUGHT TO TAKE PLASTIC MODEL INTO MASS PRODUCTION. 286

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