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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 18, 2002)

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A fine aroma of cash. 120
AIRPORT 'COULD COST US OUR LIFE SAVINGS' AIRPORT PLANS: Hundreds turn out for latest meeting in fight to stop demolition of Warwickshire villages. 393
Airport could cost us our life savings; AIRPORT PLANS: BIG TURNOUT FOR PUBLIC MEETING AS PEOPLE AIR THEIR FEARS. 433
ANGLING: Coombe's zanders in the munching mood. 322
ANGLING: Ian books his Spanish trip. 529
ANGLING: John smashes Draycote record. 114
Assurance after end of surgery. 256
ATHLETICS: Dick signs on to beef up Denise's bid. 301
Before I die, I just want to see my first love again; ALBERT, AGED 74, TRAVELS FROM NEW ZEALAND TO FIND MARGARET. 418
Biker had tried to do a wheelie; MOTORCYCLIST SEEN RIDING AT HIGH SPEEDS PRIOR TO FATAL CRASH. 323
Blair puts pressure on IRA to disband. 214
BOXING: Coventry duo top of the bill. 135
BOXING: Dean keeps sights on the main event. 417
Children's home gets new look. 86
City audience get chance to ask a question. 326
Conmen target more city homes; Pair steal cash from pensioner's house. 302
Couple's charity raffle prize appeal. 178
COVENTRY MYTON HOSPICE: Come and collect for the hospice. 413
CRICKET: Jones learns to play the Australian way. 375
Cuppas and cakes help a good cause. 186
Cuppas raise pounds 3.5m. 118
Dad to knock up miles for charity. 308
DARTS: Windmill men turn on the style. 148
Deli duo pass the taste test. 132
Design students set to share their flair. 188
Dig experts turn up old rubbish. 208
Donkey races are a winner for hospice. 192
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: A look back at the history of a legend. 218
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Brakes slammed on car criminals; New gadget can trace thieves and immobilise vehicle. 424
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Car owners warned over law on keeping logbooks. 270
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Great value in the Almera; ROAD TEST: NISSAN ALMERA 1.5S. 632
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Honda marks decade. 90
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Jaguar's S-type R tender is hot stuff; Rapid response vehicle on call at Silverstone. 300
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Motorists' dreams of technology for future; Some even believe a Highway Code chip will be implanted in brain! 300
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Rachel is wild about Land Rover. 193
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Special weekend to promote Mercedes. 319
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: THRILLS OF THE CENSUS; Sports car based on design by Coventry graduate. 445
Duchess officially opens new hospice; THANKS TO TREMENDOUS LOCAL SUPPORT FUNDS WERE RAISED IN HALF THE TIME. 252
Education boss back to her roots. 137
Education boss returns to her roots. 106
Euro MP in talks over job losses. 83
Firm's on the ball with new kits for youngsters. 145
FOOTBALL: BORO'S CRUCIAL BATTLE; Win would be huge boost for Burr boys. 385
FOOTBALL: Calum is up for it! 231
FOOTBALL: Dons hold fire on MK switch. 460
FOOTBALL: Eustace ready to rumble! 594
FOOTBALL: Goal-ace Dunkley joins Rugby. 397
FOOTBALL: Griff gear up for greatest battle. 475
FOOTBALL: Guerrero off as Sky Blues battle to cut wage burden. 282
FOOTBALL: Hughes raring to go against local rivals. 959
FOOTBALL: I'm ready to take a wage cut! 571
FOOTBALL: LEE TAKES SWIPE AT BALD EAGLE; Smith put the spoke in City's promotion prospects, says Mills. 334
FOOTBALL: Mills eager to make mark on old ground. 743
FOOTBALL: Mushroom form is blooming. 142
FOOTBALL: New-signing Wheeler set for Adders debut. 465
football: Stalwart Chic is honoured. 90
FOOTBALL: Veteran Watts takes a new role at Village. 269
FOOTBALL: Williams back to boost Boro. 417
FOOTBALL: Wise wants pound of flesh from broke Foxes. 326
Girl, 14, in sex attack on way home. 89
GO! ART: ,STAN'S CAT GETS A CALL OF THE WILD. 388
GO! ART: Artist in the shadows. 182
GO! ART: Grab a pencil everyone. 165
GO! ART: Local talent lines up with Europe's finest. 342
GO! ART: New MAC exhibitions. 146
GO! CINEMA: Behind the Madness of Hamlet! 371
GO! CINEMA: He's the new breed of action hero - but does Vin Diesel have the XXX FACTOR? 388
GO! CINEMA: OTHER NEW FILMS. 187
GO! CLASSICAL: A liitle bit of sunshine in the wind and rain; REVIEW. 171
GO! CLASSICAL: VERDI OPERA IS JUST THE TICKET. 379
GO! COUNTRY: Songwriter Kriss coming home. 321
GO! FOLK: Folk scene lynchpin Jeff is mourned. 230
GO! FOLK: SEE EMILY PLAY SOLO. 126
GO! JAZZ: A FUND OF DIVERSE TALENTS. 452
GO! JAZZ: JAZZ NOTES. 131
GO! ROCK: GLOWING REVIEWS FOR A DEBUT NUGGET. 511
GO! TAIL PIECES. 298
GO! THE LIMIT: A SONIC AND PHONIC TONIC. 616
GO! THE LIMIT: THREE IS A MAGIC NUMBER. 401
GO! THEATRE: Culture clash in rural Ireland. 130
GO! THEATRE: STAGE WHISPERS. 280
GO! THEATRE: STORRY IS IN EYE OF THE STORM. 427
GO! THEATRE: Take passage back to the Raj. 124
GO! THEATRE: Watch out, The Nerd's About. 130
GO! THEATRE: WIN; tickets to Beauty and the Beast ice extravaganza. 246
GO! VIDEO: Silly buddy formula is so predictable. 322
GO! VIDEO: WIN a trio of great family films. 277
GOLF: Faldo losses record match. 616
Group's worry over bogus callers. 153
Gucci jewels to go on show. 87
Gun raid terror at phone shop. 226
GUN THREAT TO TEENAGE CASHIER; Armed robber demands till money. 245
Health questions for the city centre; Views sought on which services should be provided. 399
Help for 'vulnerable' on way. 100
Help spread a bit of festive magic; MELVYN HOPES TO AID CHARITY WITH HIS WINTER WONDERLAND - AND YOUR DONATIONS. 220
HOCKEY: A chance to hone hockey skills. 94
Huntley and Carr face more quizzing. 103
I lay there thinking I was going to die; SOCCER FAN RELIVES THE HORROR OF BEING SHOT IN SLOVAKIA. 752
I'm committed to Eurovision - some people think I should be committed; MEET THE KENILWORTH MAN WHO IS HEADING FOR RUGBY FOR A SPECIAL EUROVISION CONVENTION. 663
ICE HOCKEY: Home-bred talent make their mark for Blaze. 420
IN THE COURTS. 373
Jaguar workers accept pay deal. 226
Jail warning after layby sex assault; DECORATOR FACES PRISON FOR ATTACK ON TEENAGE BARMAID HE TRICKED INTO CAR. 302
Job may have cost taxi driver his life, says widow. 91
Joint approach to stop conmen; Charity and council teams aid campaign. 283
Kids are suckers for toddlers' gifts. 193
Killer's legal bid. 95
Learning to live in harmony. 142
LETTERS: your views. 1594
Lollipop lady hurt after car collision; WARDEN KNOCKED DOWN ON BUSY ROAD. 207
Men fall flat in kitchen. 82
Microsoft plays safe with Mark. 113
MILITARY FIRE ENGINES ON STRIKE ALERT; Green Goddesses ready for return after 25 years. 493
More stars at charity concert. 220
Mystery of man's body on M-way. 112
New design rights pose a tangle. 255
No end to M42 mud misery. 153
Nurse looks to past for acting role; TALE OF BLACK 'LADY OF THE LAMP'. 313
Odd Couple now stranger than ever! 125
Old allotment site to be sold by council. 151
Paddy takes record to new height. 115
Parents demand school crossing; CITY COUNCIL MUST ACT BEFORE A CHILD IS KILLED, WARNS COUNCILLOR. 360
PC faces jail over assault on man. 90
Pencils poised at dot of noon; CASTLE VISITORS PART OF A BIGGER PICTURE. 297
Police chase trio over caravan theft; WOMAN AND TWO BOYS IN 12-MILE PURSUIT AFTER VAN TAKEN FROM CAR PARK. 185
Poppies to fall as we stop to reflect; City's tribute to its war heroes. 293
pounds 385,000 JOY FOR FLAGSHIP PROJECT; WINDFALL WILL ALLOW DREAM TO BECOME REALITY. 496
Pupils find their way to prizes. 188
Pupils test out their pounds 1.4m hall of fame. 210
RACING: Success breeds success for gallant Salim. 307
Raffle's star prize snaffled; CAT BURGLAR WHISKS AWAY MOUNTAIN BIKE PUT ON DISPLAY BY CHARITY. 204
Rare city coin to go under hammer; 15th CENTURY TEN SHILLING RYAL IS NOW WORTH OVER pounds 1,000. 254
Road chaos to carry on over weekend. 254
Roaring success for mall relaunch; Talking lion sure to draw crowd to new Royal Priors. 219
Robbers caught after 12-mile chase. 133
RUGBY UNION: Five step into Lions breach. 401
RUGBY UNION: Horrobin in for groggy Zinzan. 608
RUGBY UNION: Moore boost for Nuns. 337
Schools in Coventry and Warwickshire must win a total of... pounds 10,000; Win pounds 1,000 FOR YOUR SCHOOL COMPETITION. 236
Sex fiend facing jail term. 158
Shame of thieves who break taboo; Church relics 'stolen to order'. 306
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 102
SNOOKER: Hurricane puts his comeback plans on hold. 165
SPEEDWAY: Bees have got it all to do in Brandon final decider. 484
Start A45 work... NOW! 213
Start work on A45 roundabout NOW!; Councillor fears delays will lead to more misery. 298
Start work on A45 roundabout NOW!; Councillor fears delays will lead to more misery. 272
Step back to the 40s. 108
Strong coffee support. 95
Student has a nose for getting vintage results. 100
Sweet smells at shop event. 143
Teddy's birthday celebration. 91
Tests getting in the way at school; System bad for children say teachers. 370
Thrown out of a car and robbed. 220
Time to break down the barriers of belief. 202
USA climbs down on threats to Iraq. 236
We can no longer ignore suffering children; TV ACTRESS HERMIONE NORRIS SAYS IT IS TIME TO STOP TURNING A BLIND EYE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. 610
Workers dress up in bid to save Brookie. 127

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