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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 23, 2002)

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'CANCEL WORLD CUP' CALL FROM ZOO BOSS; Foot and mouth threat too great. 282
'Give us back our stadium money'. 477
'Victims' who try to steal from the insurers; POLICE WARN THAT FALSE REPORTS COULD LEAD CULPRITS TO COURT - AND A JAIL SENTENCE. 409
A day in the life of the cathedral; COVENTRY'S MOST FAMOUS LANDMARK, SIR BASIL SPENCE'S ARCHITECTURAL TRIUMPH, IS ABOUT TO CELEBRATE ITS 40TH BIRTHDAY. 1812
Adults in stitches at open day. 115
Aggie's all set to welcome visitors. 122
Air controllers 'can't read screens'. 170
Amazing pounds 750,000 boost for hospice; MYSTERY DONOR SENDS APPEAL OVER pounds 1M MILESTONE AS DETAILS OF SITE ARE REVEALED. 275
Ambulance crews step out for a pounds 20,000 goal. 151
Arsonists burn down bird hide. 104
ATHLETICS: Rugby hosts UK women. 367
Au revoir as French link hailed a success. 170
Beer fans left thirsty at festival. 131
Bets are on for World Cup. 81
Better bus service lined up for needy area; pounds 750,000 IMPROVEMENTS WILL INCLUDE ELECTRONIC INFORMATION BOARDS. 301
Bid to cut street crime. 113
Blaze at Israeli embassy in Paris. 120
Blow the whistle on these graffiti vandals. 246
BOXING: Audley eyes British title. 418
BOXING: Elvis calling out Simpson. 391
Bush visit sparks protests. 94
business: Building society boosts credit rating. 100
business: Garden work is just the job. 182
business: Nightspot gets down to business. 215
business: share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 129
Chamber chief takes on top role in capital. 170
Children draw up safety message. 135
City dad in call for divorce 'fair play'. 190
Communities are now online. 178
Cooker ploy leads to knife robbery. 215
Couple's royal concert date. 192
CRICKET: Templar's 45 leads Sports to KO victory. 452
CRICKET: Warwicks skipper salutes bonny Bell; SPOTLIGHT ON THE BENSON AND HEDGES CUP. 473
Cygnets in line choker saved; RSPCA RAPS CARELESSNESS THAT NEARLY COST SWANS THEIR LIVES. 399
Delay in compost plans decision. 99
Diane's funeral. 80
Distraction burglars steal mobile phone. 98
Euro cash boost for urban village; ELECTRIC WHARF PROJECT PICKS UP EUROPEAN GRANTS. 244
Everyone is winner forMandy; FUND-RAISER PASSES ON PRIZE MONEY TO HER FAVOURITE GOOD CAUSES. 341
Fair trade plea goes to the top. 173
Family volunteers get care rewards. 257
Fifty children dance to four students' tune. 90
Firebugs torch bird hide in park. 110
Fluoride protest outsidedental base. 246
FOOTBALL: 'Bowyer has let us down'. 227
FOOTBALL: Bargain for Boro junior. 222
FOOTBALL: Breen aiming to catch the eye. 238
FOOTBALL: Fergie inspired Keane decision; WORLD CUP 2002. 240
FOOTBALL: It's all over for England hopes. 341
FOOTBALL: Keane is sent home by Ireland. 236
FOOTBALL: MILLS IN RESERVE FOR CITY. 604
FOOTBALL: WIN ... a FREE pounds 500 bet on the World Cup final. 236
FOOTBALL:Murphy the fourth man down; WORLD CUP 2002. 400
Freight train hits van left on track; Railway line closed while workers remove debris. 340
Freight train hits van on track. 145
Fury over EC inaction over asylum seekers. 240
Gatecrashers are warned off. 103
Getting ahead of the rest. 143
Gift makes school a safe place. 164
GOLF: Broadhurst at Nuneaton. 159
GOLF: CLUB PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: MacDonald breezes his way to the lead. 351
GOLF: Hearsall Cup proves big hit. 146
GOLF: Ian and Paul's Purley triumph. 373
GOLF: Springing into action. 243
GOLF: The chase is on for a place in the sun. 448
GOLF: WIN ... the chance to see Europe's top golf stars. 162
GOLF; Duo draw pair of aces. 217
Groups' plea for volunteers. 80
Have a goggle at your leisure!; SELF-DRIVE TOUR ROUTES AIM TO GET PEOPLE ON THE EXPLORATION TRAIL. 290
Health boss throws open his door to patients. 281
Home with motoring history up for sale. 338
Hundreds get ready to scoot for charity. 202
ICE HOCKEY: Steady return for Watkins. 371
IN THE COURTS: Man sent to jail over thefts and assault. 318
INQUIRY AFTER UPSET BOY FOUND IN STREET; Second child discovered after walking out of school. 628
JOBS: Guidelines for World Cup at work. 233
JOBS: Listen up for improvements; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 414
Kylie's pop favourite. 125
Landlords on the ball for World Cup. 176
LEADER: We want our stadium money back; comment. 218
letters: your views. 1688
Make a yellow day of it. 111
Minibus drivers wanted. 122
MINOR FOOTBALL: Barlow's hat-trick can't stop Aces. 348
More tranquil site earmarked. 269
MOTOR SPORT: Schumacher unrepentant. 478
MP takes bereavement role. 108
Mum in plea over son's prison move; 'I FEAR TRANSFER IS WRECKING MY TEENAGE BOY'S REHABILITATION'. 373
New plea over garage knifing. 215
NUNEATON LADIES BOWLS: Windmill breeze to easy win. 216
Nurse runs up the total. 123
Phoenix project wins design award. 257
Poorer students 'deserve grants'. 125
pounds 1.1m to improve swimming pool; WORK STARTS NEXT WEEK AND WILL INCLUDE A NEW HEALTH SUITE AND GYM EXTENSION. 287
Pub is the best in the region. 123
Pupils in danger along busy road; PARENTS FEAR LACK OF CROSSING PATROL WILL LEAD TO TRAGEDY. 258
Pupils see their design take off. 260
Pushing the boat out. 170
RACING: Jim to strike gold. 229
RACING: Protectress 'out of Oaks'. 115
RACING: Tributes pour in as trainer Dick Hern dies. 654
Remember when . . . ?: I was one of the lads in Stoke. 619
Rider has new money-spinner. 323
Rise in number of pupils expelled. 200
Run cash delight for nurse Joy. 143
School team shoots to victory. 175
School's 'host of strong points'. 179
Show promises to be a great day out; THOUSANDS EXPECTED TO TURN UP AT MARINA FOR JUBILEE EVENT. 299
Singer bailed on gun charge. 138
Sixth-form 'pay' idea is extended; Cash helps 'break down barriers to learning'. 401
SPEEDWAY: Bees' best away win in ten years. 608
Students have a care . . . 152
Students'generous day trip. 159
Studies taken to the catwalk. 137
SURGERY IS 'BEING CLOSED BY STEALTH' Bosses deny split-site move. 394
Taste of India: Cast your vote - treat your friends to a great night out; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 175
Taste of India: Experience the REAL taste of India; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 388
Taste of India: Facts and figures about Indian food; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 611
Taste of India: From biryani and boti to masala and murgh; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 672
Taste of India: Health on your plate; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 245
Taste of India: Indian cooking at home; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 87
Taste of India: International cuisine with British influences; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 382
Taste of India: Popular ingredients to add the fullest flavour; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 580
Taste of India: The tools of the trade; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 102
Taste of India: Vote for your favourite Indian restaurant in Coventry and Warwickshire; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 192
Teenager behind bars for street robbery. 194
Teenager's indecent assault nightmare. 166
Teenagers to be kings of the road; ONE-DAY DRIVING COURSE IN HILLFIELDS. 271
Telly licence dodgers will pay penalty; WORLD CUP CRACKDOWN PLANNED TO TRAP WATCHERS WHO HAVEN'T PAID UP. 319
Time you came home, girl!; LADY GODIVA CLOCK SOON TO BE BACK IN BROADGATE. 187
Traffic scheme facing a U-turn; Fears for the future of town's bingo hall. 299
Treats lined up for carers. 136
Tuning up for a history lesson. 99
University in cash warning; HIGHER EDUCATION CHIEF SAYS GOVERNMENT MUST PAY FOR GROWTH. 305
Villages hope to pick up a tidy prize. 219
Wildlife is flourishing in margins; Birds flocking back to estate. 231
WIN . . . pounds 500 cash to help you Step Out in style. 903
WOMAN THREATENED IN DRIVEWAY TERROR; Youths snatch keys. 242
Women in the running for cancer research. 85
Youngsters can seek royal jewels. 97

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