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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (November 28, 2002)

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'Trapped owl' call a hoot. 115
AIRPORT EXHIBITION CRITICISED IN CASH ROW; pounds 82,000 display 'a waste'. 279
Alert after huge raid on house. 174
Anger over drugs debris; GRIEVING PARENTS APPEAL TO COUNCILLOR AFTER SYRINGES SHOCK NEAR GRAVES. 311
Army has got it all to deal with; TEMPORARY FIRE CREWS WILLING TO TACKLE ANY SITUATION. 379
BASKETBALL: Eagles spring a shock on Big Dogs; CRUSADERS PUT TO THE SWORD IN EXTRA TIME. 397
Bed fines criticised. 122
Bogus workers steal OAP's clock. 209
BOXING: Swallow swoops back onto scene with three-year plan. 511
Brave Hugh shows his support. 146
Business gathering. 105
Calls for moves to stop the speeding; RESIDENTS COMPLAIN OF PROBLEM AT NIGHT AND WEEKENDS. 271
Cashier hurt in store robbery. 185
CAUGHT ALL WAYS ON AIRPORT OPTIONS. 251
Chance to fly with Skylarks. 91
Children charity in pudding challenge. 80
Children hurt in terror attacks. 130
Children killed in hotel terror attack. 131
Church lawyers studying claim. 238
College enters kitchen link-up. 133
Councils to name highest earners. 284
CRICKET: Australia set to unleash extra pace in attack. 288
CRICKET: England delaying Caddick decision; COUNTDOWN TO THE THIRD TEST IN PERTH. 473
Crimes drop in police initiative; Better targetting of resources. 333
CYCLING: Darren digs in for second slot; RIDERS GET IN SHAPE FOR MIDLANDS CYCLO-CROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS. 477
Dancers' TV date with David. 175
Don't miss out on air bargains. 209
Dr Who plays supporting role. 165
Fines contempt that has written off pounds 148m; WARWICKSHIRE DEFENDANTS AMONG WORST IN COUNTRY FOR NON-PAYMENT. 366
FOOTBALL: Adders boss furious over postponement. 216
FOOTBALL: Bellamy facing dressing down after Inter red card shame. 431
FOOTBALL: Boro prepare for return of battling playmaker. 296
FOOTBALL: Boro preparing for return of battling Peake. 283
FOOTBALL: CITY STILL BUZZ. 560
FOOTBALL: DIVISION ONE: Hart unhappy in victory. 133
FOOTBALL: FA CUP FIRST ROUND REPLAY: Clough agony after Burton's shoot-out exit. 302
FOOTBALL: Henry is crowned Emperor of Rome. 649
FOOTBALL: Liverpool will snap out of bad spell. 103
FOOTBALL: Megson keeps faith with Hughes. 269
FOOTBALL: MINI LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Lewis hits four in 10-0 rampage. 195
FOOTBALL: No divide. 94
FOOTBALL: NUNEATON AND BEDWORTH MINOR LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Hurricane strikes Coton. 359
FOOTBALL: Venables eases the pressure. 461
Four due in court on terror charges. 162
Gene-ius gift ideas. 92
GOLF: Two to watch at Maxstoke. 369
GOLF: Wife Sue has the edge. 107
Groups receive helping hand. 202
HEATHROW ON YOUR DOORSTEP: House sales fall as blight strikes local properties. 378
HEATHROW ON YOUR DOORSTEP: In it for the long haul!; GATWICK CONSIDERATION EXTENDS CONSULTATION PERIOD AND BRINGS MORE MISERY FOR LOCAL ANTI-AIRPORT CAMPAIGNERS. 494
HEATHROW ON YOUR DOORSTEP: Midlands response still relevant in light of Gatwick inclusion. 370
HEATHROW ON YOUR DOORSTEP: Rethink on Gatwick. 162
HOCKEY: Firsts end losing streak in emphatic style. 452
HOCKEY: MEN'S TEAMS: Hancock's special puts Cov and NW on their way. 1025
HOCKEY: WOMEN'S TEAMS: Jaguar's Mansell quick off the mark. 439
Hospital paying for timewasters; PEOPLE STILL NOT KEEPING OUTPATIENT APPOINTMENTS. 319
Hospitals' bid to cut nurses bill. 202
I'll be a guest of the Japanese emperor; CITY AIKIDO MASTER HAS BEEN INVITED TO SPECIAL BIRTHDAY BASH. 285
ICE HOCKEY: Daniel saves day for Blaze's young guns; YOUNGSTERS IMPRESS COACH THOMPSON IN 8-8 FRIENDLY. 387
IN THE COURTS: Woman ordered to pay out over abusive sign. 605
In the market for cash prizes!; pounds 100 will be given away every hour on Sundays. 258
INDOOR ROWING: Double silver delight. 369
Inflationary pay rises 'will not be tolerated'. 471
Inflationary pay rises 'won't be tolerated'. 380
Inquest opens on tragic pupil. 103
Interest revs up in first E-Type; PEDIGREE JAGUAR EXPECTED TO FETCH MORE THAN pounds 70,000 AT AUCTION. 386
JOBS: Providing a quality service; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 348
Kenya trip beckons for bike-riding duo. 229
Ladies are still raising funds. 126
Landscapes move indoors for show. 108
LETTERS: your views. 2036
Longer time to shop. 86
Low-paid health workers to get extra 17pc. 193
Lucky Numbers. 100
Malcolm gains a new role. 83
Man grew cannabis plants in bedroom; pounds 1,500 crop was near to harvest. 326
Meeting after spate of deaths. 131
MOTOR RACING: No easy rider. 182
Motor Show's on the move. 139
MP backs research centre. 85
Mugger's ring injures boy, 15; VICTIM PUNCHED AFTER REFUSING TO HAND OVER PHONE. 220
Mum to speak out on yob ordeal; DEBI TELLS FILM CREW HOW ATTACKS HAVE FORCED HER TO MOVE. 283
MUM'S DESPAIR TURNS TO JOY; Emma lost baby then found she was still expecting its twin. 366
MUM'SDESPAIR TURNS TO JOY; Emma lost baby then found she was still expecting its twin. 381
MUM'SDESPAIR TURNS TO JOY; Twin girl survived after ectopic tragedy. 339
New Freemen of City uphold skills; PRIDE AS FIVE-YEAR APPRENTICES EARN THEIR MOMENT OF GLORY. 261
Our man Will wins national photo title. 200
Over a thousand flee flood waters. 181
Parents' anguish at crash horror. 170
Pensioner fined over postcards; Comments to police were racially offensive, court rules. 285
Peugeot strike threat. 199
Philip 'a kind and proud man'. 237
Plea to sign fireworks petition. 234
Plug pulled on New Year party; KNEES-UP WILL RETURN NEXT YEAR CENTRED ON MILLENNIUM PLACE. 418
Poor at risk of dying in a fire; Report blames lack of smoke alarms. 275
Presents plea for young patients. 144
Pub re-opens its doors. 146
Public gets its way. 105
Public votes on transport bid cash. 290
Pupils help set a new standard; YOUNGSTERS TAKE LEADING ROLE IN CHARTER MARK IN MAKING. 285
Pupils help to feed other young minds. 115
Pupils put off prison for life; MOCK EXERCISE HELPS CONVEY A POWERFUL MESSAGE. 277
Pupils sign up for university learning; PROJECT AIMS TO GET MORE YOUNGSTERS INTERESTED IN HIGHER EDUCATION. 371
RACING: Ahern aghast. 173
RACING: Apologetic Ahern banned. 233
RACING: German ace to strike again. 380
Raising a glass - and cash. 100
Santa helps bazaar go with a swing. 103
Science park in Canada link-up. 210
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 125
Shoppers just scan and go! 165
SNOOKER: Clarke and Morris spark Atack spree. 345
Snowball boost from temple event; SNOWBALL. 123
Stars' snaps of life. 133
Streets are in need of a clean-up, by gum! 126
Strike threat at Peugeot car plant. 276
Students take big leap to help charity. 99
Support group changes name. 219
Take a trip into city's dark past. 282
That's excellent, Excel. 90
Tomato treats do the trick! 162
Tragic dad to talk on drugs. 130
Turkey won't go to baste! 110
Victim badly hurt in brutal attack. 261
Vision for 'gateway to Coventry' CITY PLANNERS UNVEIL AMBITIOUS PLANS FOR NEW PUBLIC SQUARE. 582
Vision for 'gateway to Coventry; CITY PLANNERS UNVEIL AMBITIOUS PLANS FOR NEW PUBLIC SQUARE. 549
Wagon profits keep rolling. 93
Warwick has king of the castles. 87
Water plan to reduce new schools' fire risk; Sprinklers will also help stop insurance bills rising. 282
WEDDINGS. 184
Who's next for the BB exit? 132
Win a great day out for the family. 222
Win great prizes worth pounds 1,000s in our Christmas advent calendar game. 197
Work to start on traffic scheme. 131
Worries over pill jab shortage. 173
You will help. 92
Young soccer players go for their first goal. 323
Your last chance to give a child a Christmas dream trip; WE WANT TO HEAR ABOUT FIVE DESERVING CHILDREN. 181

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