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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 5, 2002)

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'Hotel ship' plan for refugees. 122
'I must be the luckiest boy alive' Ten-year-old James runs home from school to cook and care for his mum but says... 534
'OPERATION CLEAN-UP' TO TACKLE VANDALS; Offenders forced to clear mess. 251
'Reinstate Mattu now' says MP. 321
1,000 shoppers sign up to cross in safety; DISABLED MUM KATHLEEN COLLECTS 1,000-PLUS SIGNATURE PETITION. 359
A club with real benefits. 158
A sporting chance to sweat it out . . . 140
AIRPORT: HEATHROW ON YOUR DOORSTEP: PARADISE LOST; AIRPORT PLANS: THESE PICTURES OF THE BEAUTIFUL COUNTRYSIDE AROUND CHURCH LAWFORD AND little lawford illustrate just how much there is at stake. 429
Alleygater idea to be extended. 222
Alleyway security idea to be extended. 227
Apprentices pass skills to next generation. 156
Archer could face action over prison diary. 237
ATHLETICS: Delighted Godiva open in style with a bronze. 284
ATHLETICS: Lucky 13th for Massey runners. 339
Blonde uses stolen book. 164
BOXING: Harrison dismisses talk of a mismatch. 146
Bringing in the harvest for charity. 83
Businessman borrows a cab for 2,863 mile trip. 256
BYTE SIZE: A Legion of errors in what could have been fun; Review. 285
Cancer screening extended. 124
Cannabis cafe could lead you to jail; MP WARNS, OWNER OF THE PREMISES AND PEOPLE INSIDE WOULD BE ARRESTED. 254
Caring bus staff swop fares for a fair. 133
Charity in plea for old phones. 135
Churchman called in to monitor arms checks. 256
CLUB BOSS TO SUE COUNCIL; Footballers left pounds 75,000 short after plans row. 416
Concert continues the jubilee. 90
Creative pupils hope to build successful future. 163
CRICKET: Offchurch host charity crunch. 96
CRICKET: Walsh returns to floor Britain. 138
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Coventry set to sign Helmsley. 233
Dad said he 'didn't have a clue' how toddler died. 269
Double chance to protest at airport; 'COME TO BOTH' PLEA AS TOWN FINDS ITSELF WITH TWO MEETINGS WITHIN 24 HOURS. 375
FAMILY ROW LED TO DOUBLE STABBING. 340
FAMILY'S AGONY AS DAD DIES SAVING HIS DEAF DAUGHTER; Police plea for hit-and-run motorcyclist to come forward. 515
First glimpse of fresh Potter magic. 113
FOOTBALL: David's top six target. 266
FOOTBALL: No cuts claim at Borough. 271
FOOTBALL: Rushden red. 87
FOOTBALL: THREE LIONS ON MY SHIRT!; Sky Blues striker Gary sticking with England. 336
Going potty for tickets. 85
GOLF: Faldo plays it down. 147
Head's blessing for ditching the school uniform. 127
Hole in road traps man by his foot. 213
Home truths of lost energy. 115
Homes evacuated after gas leak. 89
Householders hit by spate of daytime thefts; POLICE APPEAL AFTER HAUL OF JEWELLERY TAKEN. 220
ICE HOCKEY: Give Brits a chance, Sudra tells Panthers. 409
it's your shout! 615
Kent's hot apples. 86
LETTERS: your views. 1055
Library has hi-tech help for tourists. 128
Loach in fury at 18 rating for new film; NUNEATON-BORN FILM-DIRECTOR INSISTS THE CENSORS 'HAVE MADE ASSES OF THEMSELVES'. 282
Men still in lead at work in region. 165
New buses just the ticket. 115
New path cuts risk of accidents. 210
Norman leaves the 'farm' for club launch. 177
Ofsted praises county schools' bosses. 164
Old soldier plans a trip of nostalgia; Invitation to Albert Hall concert. 368
One lucky reader must take away pounds 20,000. 110
pounds 44m plan to revamp outdated surgeries; MEDICAL CHIEFS WANT TO DEVELOP SERIES OF ONE-STOP HEALTH SHOPS. 336
pounds 50,000 to tackle flooding nightmare; Council earmarks money to provide defences for areas most under threat. 206
pounds 5m hospital trial. 103
Prayers for brave dad. 291
Pupils grow their own trophy. 111
School opens new pounds 400,000 block. 184
Shannon puts gran in a spin on washday. 331
Shannon puts gran in a spin on washday. 195
Small is beautiful for Sir Elton. 100
Smoker wins record damages. 209
Staff pretty in pink and jeans to raise charity cash. 128
Stalwart Fin is moving off to Ireland. 174
STOCK CARS: Lund aims to shed loser's tag. 357
Teenager in revenge attack on colleague. 327
Theft crackdown. 91
TV star's widow is charity guest. 158
View from the clock tower: Road improvements are almost on the right lines ... 461
Visits planned in housing debate; COUNCILLORS WILL EXAMINE IMPACT OF TRANSFER DECISIONS IN OTHER AREAS. 309
WEEKEND FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 357
WEEKEND TV: HOT GOSSIP. . . what's happening in the world of showbiz. 414
WEEKEND TV: Pounding the Heartbeat for the last time. 1067
WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV; Tonight's highlights. 203
WEEKEND TV: STAR PROFILE. 309
WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV; Tonight's highlights. 223
WEEKEND: BOOKS. 512
WEEKEND: BOOKS: My favourite read. 86
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: All-seasons walk round two villages is outstanding; CLAVERDON to LANGLEY 3 1/2 miles. Map 220 Explorer. 486
WEEKEND: DINNER DATE. 328
WEEKEND: FOOD: Chocs wahey! 761
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Formal style is the border of the day. 950
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Give peace a chance. 977
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Abandoned Amy stole our hearts; JAMIE AYERS FOUND THAT THE JAPANESE AKITA HE RESCUED HAS MADE THE MOST AMENABLE, LOVING PET. 608
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 209
WEEKEND: PET SOS: RSPCA opens new shop. 147
WEEKEND: TIME TUNNEL: The clubs that really got members hooked. 803
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Telegraph On Tour. 174
WEEKEND: UNPLUGGED. 487
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: How can I improve my dog's hearing? 506
WEEKEND:TRAVEL:There's no deadline on the canals. 662
Youngsters make history. 163

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