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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 16, 2003)

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'Airport will just keep growing' AIRPORT PLANS: VILLAGERS FEAR TERMINAL PLAN WILL PAVE WAY FOR MORE DEVELOPMENT. 791
'Airport will just keep on growing' AIRPORT PLANS: Villagers fear terminal plan will pave the way for more development. 656
'CANNABIS FACTORY' SHUT IN POLICE SWOOP. 252
'Dot' among thousands preyed on. 114
'Ridiculous' cuts in trains rapped; VIRGIN REPLY GIVES RAIL USERS' GROUP HOPE OF REVIEW. 258
'Trim trail' to help school shape up for award. 229
'Zero tolerance' plea over litterbug lorries; ENVIRONMENT AGENCY ACCUSED OF FAILING TO FOLLOW UP VILLAGERS' COMPLAINTS. 324
A WAR HERO IS BROUGHT HOME. 237
Are you the Evening Telegraph's most loyal reader? 155
ATHLETICS: Tromans meets challenge with gritty showing. 301
BOXING: Pithie sacked after sad title fight defeat. 526
BOXING: Pithie sacked. 102
Building society launches bond. 137
Chance to see your name on the credits; FILM-MAKERS GROUP IN INVITATION TO HELP SHOOT 90-SECOND SHORTS. 389
Charlecote to turn chocolate. 82
Chores 'a bore' for Tony. 111
Church people go on Easter march. 144
Closure fear over blind OAPs' home; FEES 'NOT ENOUGH' TO PAY FOR THE SERVICE. 321
Concert boost for trust. 95
Conman faces jail over 36 offences. 276
Copter cracks down on rail vandals. 185
Couple a shadow of their former selves. 175
CRICKET: Grant cash rolls out a new wicket. 285
Crushing blow for city car tax dodgers; POLICE TOW AWAY 30 VEHICLES THAT MAY BE FLATTENED IF FINES AREN'T PAID. 321
CYCLING: Bradley sweeps to double success. 482
Dad-to-be died in cocaine tragedy; INQUEST JURY TOLD HOW MAN BECAME FATALLY DELIRIOUS AFTER DRUG OVERDOSE. 262
David mourned by ex-colleagues. 114
Decision due on innocent trio's bill for jail time. 193
Duke to reopen St John base. 123
Elderly woman flees blanket blaze. 124
Ex-councillor's jail term cut. 289
Exhibit inspires art class. 104
Expert eye on scripts. 111
Eye in the sky hunts railway vandals. 93
Family pleads case for body-in-boot 'justice'. 433
Fatboy Slim is back with Zoe. 94
Filch a look at Harry Potter actor. 124
Flexible leasing idea wins praise. 114
FOOTBALL: Boro survival hopes dealt a blow. 312
FOOTBALL: Caldwell justifies decision. 465
FOOTBALL: Chances go begging as Brakes are held. 340
FOOTBALL: CITY 'NOT SAFE YET' McAllister wants more points to be free relegation fears. 457
FOOTBALL: It's not win or bust yet. 405
FOOTBALL: Knitters starting to look safer; Hinckley United 2 Havant & Waterlooville 1. 286
FOOTBALL: REDKNAPP DELIGHT AS POMPEY CLINCH RISE. 370
FOOTBALL: Up ahead it's still looking murky. 571
FOOTBALL: Where is the next win coming from?; SKY BLUES: BESCOT STADIUM TRIP SEES CITY MANAGE ONLY ONE SHOT ON GOAL AS HOSTS HOLD OUT TO EASE THEIR OWN RELEGATION FEARS. 850
FOOTBALL: Wine Bar hoping to serve a double. 294
Forces join to tackle lorry crime. 216
Fun and games in the park. 91
Glasses raised as stone pound saved. 174
Great Wall challenge a slimline tonic for Melanie; US HOLIDAY SHOPPING SPREE FOR SHORTS SET FORMER FATTY ON CHARITY TREK. 432
Hi-tech tickets to ride. 115
Homes bid set to fail. 100
Hunt for killer who shot father of two. 187
I'm not lazy or silent, says MP; Public backs politician over 'unfair' report. 342
IN THE COURTS. 486
INDOOR FOOTBALL: DeMulders strike it lucky to sink Wilson. 152
INDOOR FOOTBALL: Overide Five stun leaders. 152
Jobs bonanza as pastry sales soar. 261
Lazy, able-bodied motorists shamed; PRESSURE GROUP HITS OUT AT DRIVERS WHO MISUSE CITY'S DISABLED PARKING BAYS. 226
LETTERS: your views. 1545
LETTERS: your views: text line. 123
Minister sees evidence of trial scheme. 146
Muffin's back. 81
MYSTERY DEATH OF TOP STUDENT. 362
Nappy bags 'advert'. 125
OAP flees blanket blaze. 123
OAPs stressed by ntl 'hassle' SYSTEMS GLITCH BLAMED FOR PAYMENT DEMANDS BLUNDER. 320
Paperboy case pair win prison B&B costs court fight. 145
Place to go to find a job that's just your scene. 204
Planners to look at future of Dome. 95
POLICE MOUNT LORRY CHECKS. 227
pounds 1,000s to be won in We'll Pay Your Bills bingo. 368
Pupils turn hand to tricks. 84
RACING: Loder lands a double. 262
RACING: Saturn to run rings round rivals. 402
RUGBY UNION:Johnson pledges: I'll beat try record. 277
Safety tips by the truckload. 152
Scooter user's glass anger. 222
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 106
Show us your mussels. 83
SNOOKER: Hunger gone, says Hendry. 368
SPEEDWAY: Fisher out of Bees' Oxford trip. 202
Stricken nurse in fight for pension; BEDRIDDEN MUM, 45, DESPERATE TO TAKE ILL-HEALTH RETIREMENT. 345
Students' posters call young to vote. 212
SUNDAY FOOTBALL: Parkers nose to the top at last. 529
Thanks for helping turn our village from this... to this...; THERE'S BEEN A DRAMATIC TURNAROUND AT AN INDIAN VILLAGE DEVASTATED BY AN EARTHQUAKE IN 2001 - AND IT'S THANKS TO COVENTRY PEOPLE. 1036
Top line-up for pop show. 267
TV soap to ram message home. 161
Voters get choice of three. 113
WAR IN IRAQ 2003: Injured Ali flown in for surgery. 168
WAR IN IRAQ 2003: Iraq hero flies home to military honours. 248
WAR IN IRAQ 2003: Medic fears for his family in Baghdad. 214
WAR IN IRAQ 2003: Terror leader held as country moves on. 184
WAR IN IRAQ 2003: Terrorist leader arrested as steps continue to rebuild Iraq. 243
What's going on - in one. 123
Widow rallies pals for 95-mile hike; SPONSORED CHARITY TREK IN MEMORY OF ENTHUSIAST OF GREAT OUTDOORS. 294
Windfall pays for diabetes 'care watch'. 262
your rights. 517

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