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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 24, 2003)

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'I've been set up,' says Iraq row MP. 320
'TIP-OFF LED TO ARRESTS' Both charged, Foreign Office hears. 480
Adult learners up by 60pc. 228
Airport plans under scrutiny at meeting. 123
All aboard for the Loose Women. 142
ANGER AS BUILDING RENT BILL GROWS; Council is stuck with 'sore thumb'. 336
Asian club for women launches. 112
Babies need books. 187
Barbara in NVQ success. 92
Blair visits Brum police station. 169
Body found at farm. 131
Boy in court over attack on statue. 88
BRITONS ON ALERT OVER SARS VIRUS; Travel warning sparks anger in Toronto. 233
Bystander killed by suicide bomber. 100
CAR PARKING ROW RESOLVED AT LAST; Trees will be lost to make way for bays. 253
CCTV will help catch rail vandals. 252
Cereal bars haul for raiders. 158
Chance to brighten up towns for floral competition. 210
Chance to learn pony care. 127
Charity bid by TV auctioneer. 128
Club aims to settle over Strachan writ; VOX POP. 455
CRICKET: Brown and Troughton hit tons to lift County; THE FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 398
CRICKET: Five for Jim as Nuneaton start well. 456
Danger yo-yo toy banned by government; THIS IMPORT POSES A SERIOUS RISK TO CHILDREN, SAYS MINISTER. 347
Dolphin girl's jetaway hopes; ONE MORE HOSPITAL VISIT TODAY - THEN CHANELLE WILL GET PACKING! 365
Dream up a hut for a mutt. 173
ELECTION SPECIAL: Who will sit in the seat of power?; Local Elections May 1st. 1499
ELECTIONS SPECIAL: Who stands to win in the battle for power?; local electrions may 1st. 2515
Ex-patients to join walk. 116
Farmers' market axed after sales drop; WE JUST CAN'T AFFORD TO KEEP TURNING UP, SAY STALLHOLDERS. 309
Flying the flag at city pub; PAINTING CONTEST WINNER GETS HER DATE WITH ST GEORGE AS PUB REGULARS PAINT THE TOWN RED AND WHITE... 119
FO0OTBALL: WE'RE SORRY; EXCLUSIVE: Chairman apologises to Sky Blues fans for dismal season as manager axes more players. 186
FOOTBALL. 120
FOOTBALL: Eustace, McSheffrey and Bothroyd to go. 540
FOOTBALL: Fergie buys into the Real deal; MANCHESTER UNITED BOSS TIPS SPANISH GIANTS FOR CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GLORY AFTER NIGHT OF DRAMA AT OLD TRAFFORD. 914
FOOTBALL: Gadsby's heroics give Pumas final place. 133
FOOTBALL: Hover backs bid to punish debt-dodge clubs. 444
FOOTBALL: Let's decide our own fate, says Boro chief. 410
FOOTBALL: Lion lift cup in penalty drama. 349
FOOTBALL: NATIONWIDE ROUND-UP: Derby call off talks with Gregory. 685
FOOTBALL: See Sky Blues v Gillingham for pounds 10 PLUS kids go for a quid! 226
football: SKY BLUES: It's going to take time and patience to pull this club round; CASH PROBLEMS HAVE RUINED MANAGER'S FIRST SEASON IN CHARGE BUT CHAIRMAN PROMISES HE'LL GET TIME TO PROVE HIMSELF. 1769
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES: We have hit the bottom and are ready to go now; MCALLISTER ON A TOPSY-TURVY SEASON AND WHERE HE GOES FROM HERE. 1634
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES: We have hit the bottom and are ready to go now; MCALLISTER ON A TOPSY-TURVY SEASON AND WHERE HE GOES FROM HERE. 1473
football: Tigers take on Bears. 101
football: Tigers take on BearsOut in force. 97
FOOTBALL: UNITED MUST LEARN LESSON; The penny has to drop sometime says frustrated Keane. 502
FOOTBALL: United must learn: Keane. 83
FOOTBALL: Vote for your Sky Blues' Player of Year. 288
FOOTBALL: We owe it to Glenn to stay up - Brevitt; PLAYERS RALLY BEHIND STRICKEN WEST HAM BOSS ROEDER. 442
FOOTBALL: We want your views on City's season. 265
Four top Saddam officials captured. 339
Fun night lined up with a serious aim; MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT WILL HELP ABANDONED CHILDREN ON OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD. 277
Golf Day needs you and your cash. 145
GOLF: Captain off to losing start. 264
GOLF: Elson is back on familiar territory. 437
GOLF: Sparkling Ann just champion. 359
GOLF: Upbeat Pat takes Hearsall bowl. 95
GYMNASTICS: Stars under threat. 375
ICE HOCKEY: Imports abound in Elite League. 273
In the saddle for charity. 149
JOBS: Hundreds of jobs up for grabs at Job Scene The Roadshow; AD FEATURE: Opportunities available to suit all needs. 372
Junior sleuths on nymphs trail. 168
Kids go barmy over Busted; MORE THAN 2,000 FANS MOB COVENTRY STORE TO SEE THEIR NEW POP IDOLS. 758
Lauren given day to remember; PAINTING CONTEST WINNER GETS HER DATE WITH ST GEORGE AS PUB REGULARS PAINT THE TOWN RED AND WHITE... 294
LETTERS: your views. 1726
letters: your views: sports talk. 219
letters: your views: text line. 212
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS: text line. 105
Lucky Numbers. 88
Man cleared over pictures. 100
Mandela ex-wife facing jail sentence. 113
Maypole is back to have its day. 221
Mum fined over truant daughter. 156
My best friend makes all the difference; TERMINALLY-ILL WOMAN TELLS WHY A DOG SHE RESCUED IN AMERICA MEANS SO MUCH TO HER. 451
No love lost... 747
Now we call Binley 'home'. 131
ON THE DRAWING BOARD: Village school plans to expand. 139
On your marks for pounds 1million target; ORGANISERS LOOKING FOR BUMPER TURNOUT AS FUN RUN COMES OF AGE. 303
Passers-by drawn to bustling stalls; VOX POP: FIRST WEDNESDAY MARKET HAILED AS BIG IMPROVEMENT ON FRIDAY'S MODEST SET-UP. 396
Peace protest lands man in court. 124
Peugeot's new boss predicts sales growth. 237
Pillion rider hurt in police chase. 188
Planners brush aside toxic fears; OBJECTIONS TO FACTORY PERMISSION TO STORE 18 TONNES OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. 249
Police campaign to trace bus tragedy witnesses. 282
Police deal turned 'sinners' into 'saints' MUM CHAMPIONS SUCCESS OF BINDING ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR CONTRACTS. 339
Police send out a mine of information; Booklet to help folk protect themselves. 197
Pop star wannabes set to strut their stuff. 171
Posters alert on campus; UNIVERSITY LETS OVERSEAS STUDENTS BACK - BUT THERE'S NO MASKING CONCERNS. 405
pounds 1,000s to be won in We'll Pay Your Bills bingo. 368
pounds 900 quad bike stolen. 158
Producer gets hands on Grammy; PRESTIGIOUS STATUETTE ARRIVES FOR CITY-MADE ALBUM. 317
Pub chain is set to grow. 98
Pupils see their work on wall. 115
Rachel goes solo. 85
RACING: Double joy for in-form Fallon. 369
RACING: Pride comes before them all in Classic. 389
RACING: Pride comes before them all in classic. 399
Row over pounds 20,000 for community hall; TOO MUCH MONEY GIVEN TO ONE PROJECT, CLAIMS COUNCILLOR. 339
Safe and sound - thanks to Rob & Co; BUSY SCHEME'S RECORD YEAR. 337
Selina steps into planning row. 158
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 107
Site cleaned up ready for Arena; DECONTAMINATION WORK COMPLETE, NOW BUILDING CAN START. 350
SNOOKER: Ace Drago makes quick return to table. 365
SPEEDWAY: Investigations to be made into KO Cup no shows. 418
Stage is all set for teen talent; GREAT ENTERTAINMENT PROMISED AS YOUNGSTERS REHEARSE FOR SHOWS. 411
Stories behind the statistics; POLICE AND POLITICIANS IN MOVES TO COMBAT CRIME AND VANDALISM. 193
Students trim their way to top place. 164
Swinging time with Mowgli! 116
Targeting gaps in patient care. 263
Tea on rectory lawn. 93
The Crew call in at estate agent. 109
The long and short of country walks on offer. 94
Toy trains set to fetch thousands. 120
Training course for volunteers. 149
UNIVERSITIES ON ALERT OVER SARS; Students given advice on killer bug. 438
Witness the robots do battle in showdown. 156
Writer tells of terror in city of masks; Researcher cuts short Hong King visit as he sees the effects of Sars. 384

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