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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (November 21, 2002)

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'Degrading public autopsy' denounced. 189
'Peugeot pay deal should follow Ford's example'. 281
'Please Sir, what will happen to our school and park?' CANLEY RESIDENTS ARE NOT ONLY WORRIED FOR THE FUTURE SCHOOLING OF THEIR CHILDREN BUT ABOUT PLANS FOR LAND THAT BECOMES VACANT. 1379
ANNE FINED OVER DANGER DOG CHARGE; Princess first royal to get criminal record. 406
Anxious wait over fire pay deal. 301
ATHLETICS: Kenyans' 1-2 in the Hartshill 10-miler. 126
Attack claim sparks plea from police. 83
BASKETBALL: Hawk attack stuns Nuns. 369
BASKETBALL: Relegation fears grow for England. 328
Battle in kitchen. 89
Blunkett unveils law reforms. 120
Bus services are just the ticket. 154
Check if you can claim, urges MP. 148
Chemist is spared jail over NHS theft. 370
City gym slaps a ban on MUSCLES; We don't like fitness freaks in vests say bosses. 519
Club's not so red as it was. 185
Con pair trick elderly man. 102
Conjuring up a green space. 270
Consultants to get fort repairs brief; LETTER-WRITING CAMPAIGN PAYS OFF AS FUNDS HUNT ALSO FIRMED UP BY COUNCIL. 308
Copycat design by old folk. 181
CRICKET: Botham praises team's resilience in bouncing back. 258
CRICKET: Ton-up Vaughan relishes testing time. 563
CYCLING: Junior champ Roach shows his class in the under-23s. 347
Dance boost for Nikita's family. 185
Debts cut. 83
Eleven killed in bus blast. 138
Farewell to a murderer. 121
Fears at rising hospital costs; MP and councillor hit out at delays and secrecy. 376
Firm hopes to Thai up deal. 128
FOOTBALL: 'Lucky guess' lifts keeper's spirits; Portugal 2 Scotland 0. 463
FOOTBALL: Adam slams treble to sink Hurricane. 330
FOOTBALL: Bulkington kids on high. 259
FOOTBALL: CLARKO BACK IN THE FRAY. 311
FOOTBALL: Dabizas backs spirit of Republic; Greece 0 Rep of Ireland 0. 394
FOOTBALL: HIGNETT MORALE BOOSTER. 396
FOOTBALL: Speed draws Hughes praise. 609
FOOTBALL: Superb Scott bags seven; NUNEATON AND BEDWORTH MINOR LEAGUE. 366
Fund-raising after a fashion! 88
George Eliot - a writer of wrongs; THE NUNEATON-BORN NOVELIST WHO MADE IT TO THE TOP IN A MALE-DOMINATED VICTORIAN SOCIETY LIVED A WAYWARD LIFE. 860
Glitzy 007 delivers pounds 7,210 to hospice. 288
High Court to rule in hotel wrangle. 292
HOCKEY: C and NW's unbeaten rungoesup in smoke. 930
HOCKEY: Nuneaton throw it all away in late goal rush. 397
HOCKEY: Rolls-Royce have too much juice for Jaguar. 250
HOCKEY: Standard slip after the break; WOMEN'S TEAMS. 339
Home's art goes home to Italy. 166
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze shine spotlight on young generation. 434
Information software delivers the goods. 106
Investment inquiries on the up again. 262
Journey began here. 103
Jury out in case of football fans accused of violence. 183
Key helper James is rewarded. 133
LETTERS: your views. 1754
LETTERS: your views: AIRPORT SPECIAL; AIRPORT PLANS. 839
Libraries set to get 50 more computers. 130
Life-saving drugs carry heart risk. 255
Loads to do - but only if you're retired! 156
Making the most of our history; comment. 164
Mina sees her hobby bloom. 200
MINERS STRIKE OVER JOB CUTS. 221
More 'money to burn' from caring Co-op; LATEST SHAREOUT OF TOBACCO SALES PROFITS WORTH pounds 50,000 TO GROUPS. 338
MP guest at family day. 102
Mugger tackled by alert motorist. 228
Museum unveils hands-on dream; LOTTERY CASH BID TO PAY FOR HI-TECH TOUCH SCREENS AND VIDEOS. 289
Nautical but nice presents. 97
OAPs invited to enjoy bit of company; NEW DROP-IN CENTRE AIMS TO KILL BOREDOM. 327
OAPs urged to use new centre. 284
ON THE DRAWING BOARD. 169
Owner of beautiful timepiece sought. 160
Pal's 'yes' to post. 209
Parents press for bigger new school; Newly formed group says current building is too small. 241
Party marks mag's lift-off. 89
Pensioners' outcry on 'measly' increase; ACTION GROUP IN FIGHTING TALK AS pounds 2 A WEEK RISE DUBBED 'AN INSULT'. 245
Pet crematorium plan is opposed; VILLAGERS VOICE FEARS OVER EMISSIONS, SMELLS AND TRAFFIC. 264
Plans for changes to bus route go on show. 156
Plea over attack on rider. 123
Plea to No 10 on missing woman; FAMILY DEMANDS INQUIRY INTO POLICE INVESTIGATION. 273
Police probe into public autopsy stunt. 190
pounds 80,000 for love of play. 103
RACING: Murphy stunned by pounds 4,000 fine. 440
RACING: Ten out of ten for Bara. 374
RBS sets up fund to help growth. 85
Reserve is in a flutter over owls. 150
Rogues' gallery at store; SUPERMARKET STAFF URGED TO LOOK OUT FOR CRIMINALS. 191
RUGBY UNION: Cov revive a Christmas tradition. 205
Safety tests prove vital. 98
School annexe will be closed in July. 162
SCORES FLEEGYM SMOKE DRAMA. 198
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 120
Shoppers invited to park for free. 136
Showing how the present protects the past. 156
Sky Blues are 'climbing out of the red'. 201
Sky Blues lop pounds 20million off club debts; MONEY 'STILL LACKING' TO SIGN NEW PLAYERS. 372
SNOOKER: Coton wreck Bowling Club's unbeaten tag. 515
Sporty Jo is council's new recruit. 153
SQUASH: Conroy gets a sneak preview ahead of grudge match. 401
Staying safe and sound is a winner. 155
Taxis to get extra rank space. 203
Teen quizzed on gun raid at Asda. 172
Teenager in court on murder charge; 16-YEAR-OLD ACCUSED OF KARATE KICK KILLING IN CITY CENTRE. 182
Tenants 'misled' on homes move; Claim information on houses transfer not impartial. 263
The clinic bringing new hope to these 'at risk' Ugandan youngsters. 598
They're not bottling the message up. 159
Thief attacks scooter rider. 88
Thief grabs OAP's handbag. 152
Till raiders take pounds 650. 86
Toolkit for teachers. 80
TOWN CENTRE DRINKS BAN; Move to end hooliganism. 218
Tragedy as worker clutches live cable; Man, 64, slipped as he worked on building. 299
TV drama to revive Eliot fever. 244
Twelve killed in bus blast. 138
Villagers get in on the act. 100
Walk out and cruise home. 106
Warning in shop window. 93
Website back on line as row ends. 305
WEDDINGS. 333
Win tickets to see Blue. 248
Winter wonderland for young and old; COMPETITION WINNERS WILL BE ABLE TO ENJOY ... 294
Young Britons poor on world affairs. 150
Young voices sing for a record; SCHOOL JOINS BID. 226

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