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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 26, 2003)

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'BAD NEIGHBOUR' COULD LOSE HIS HOME ANYTIME. 301
A touch of the blues; TOP-NOTCH BANDS HELP SELL-OUT JAZZ FESTIVAL END ON A HIGH NOTE. 485
Airport fighting fund could save lives; COUNTRYSIDE CAMPAIGNERS' CASH MAY SUPPORT AMBULANCE APPEAL. 284
Arnie's father was a Nazi storm trooper. 179
Arsonists target sheds at flats; RESIDENTS WORRIED AFTER SPATE OF BLAZES IN BLOCK'S COMMUNAL GARDEN. 366
Baring nearly all for racy show. 154
Bid for actionover empty house. 211
Bloom winners will soon be crowned; Towns across county are in with a chance. 348
Boost for children on the buses. 217
BOWLS: Extra-time coup for County pair. 133
Bringing colour to the streets; CITY CENTRE IS BROUGHT ALIVE WITH A FANTASTIC COLOURFUL CARNIVAL PROCESSION AND THOUSANDS TURN OUT FOR A TASTE OF RURAL LIFE AT THE TOWN AND COUNTRY FESTIVAL. 264
BUSINESS LIFE: Beauty of life after shopping channel. 409
BUSINESS life: BUSINESS DIARY. 173
BUSINESS LIFE: Businesses should fight rates bills. 162
BUSINESS life: CHANGING faces. 147
BUSINESS LIFE: Directors 'must go to school'. 173
BUSINESS life: Growth 'not so fast as first thought'. 152
BUSINESS LIFE: Hire firm spends cool pounds 1/4m on air-conditioning. 176
BUSINESS LIFE: Mounting debts. 81
BUSINESS life: Reflecting on how to use skills. 279
BUSINESS life: share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 123
BUSINESS life: Taxman may have to return pounds 1billion in corporation tax. 179
BUSINESS LIFE: Turning the spotlight on fledgling firms. 122
BUSINESSlife: Dance records are part of town's mix; Nightclub DJ hopes vinyl will be a money-spinner. 321
BUSINESSlife: No change in house sales. 151
BUSINESSlife: Saving a rare breed - the rocking horse; Computer design is a lot quicker. 386
Call goes out for a town crier; DEPUTY MAYOR WANTS A REPLACEMENT. 278
Celebrating...wedding anniversaries. 428
CELEBRATIONS: Celebrating . . . your weddings. 129
CELEBRATIONS: Celebrating... Wedding anniversaries. 408
CELEBRATIONS: Celebrating... wedding days in Coventry and Warwickshire. 321
CELEBRATIONS: Celebrating... your new arrivals. 601
CELEBRATIONS: Celebrating... your parties. 232
CELEBRATIONS: Celebrating... your parties. 181
CELEBRATIONS: Celebrating...new arrivals. 443
CELEBRATIONS: What the stars say about the babies born this week. 387
Charity staff cheer over council grant; Care centre is told it's to get help this year and next. 264
CHILDLESS COUPLES HANDED IVF LIFELINE; Fertility treatment free on NHS plan. 408
COUNCILLORS REJECT TAXI FARE HIKE BID; Concern price rise would hit the elderly. 358
CREWS BATTLE BLAZE AT ALSTOM; Flames seen 1/4-mile away. 265
CRICKET: England down but certainly not out. 923
CRICKET: Powell hits ton to tame Yorkshire. 149
CRICKET: Vaughan blasts county game. 251
Crowd invited to big draw unveiling. 180
Cycling to fight killer disease. 132
Death toll rises to 46. 121
Delayed travel warning to rail users. 151
Developer agrees to lorry ban. 178
Display charts history of civil unrest. 126
Ex-Olympian to join town fun run; LORRAINE BAKER RAN IN LOS ANGELES - NOW IT'S NUNEATON'S TURN. 346
ex-service notes. 406
FASHION: A NEW TERM, A NEW LOOK; WORDS: CATHERINE TURNER. 699
FASHION: What's new on the High Street - SCHOOL SHOES. 170
Firms ignore needs of deaf customers; BUSINESSES LOSING MILLIONS FOR FAILING TO PROVIDE FULL TELEPHONE ACCESS. 234
Focus is on child care. 121
FOOTBALL: Boro see off rivals with late goal burst; BIG MATCH VERDICT. 1241
FOOTBALL: Ginnelly's boys stun woeful Greenbacks; SPOTLIGHT ON THE NON-LEAGUE SCENE. 583
FOOTBALL: Megson backs penalty winner Hughes. 823
FOOTBALL: Off-key Valley caught napping by late goal. 285
FOOTBALL: Point proved in confident show. 701
FOOTBALL: STRIKE DUO KEEP BORO ON TARGET; Quailey and Murphy maintain unbeaten run. 454
FOOTBALL: SUFFO'S SCORING TARGET S CITY GOAL; Cameroon striker desperate to get off mark for City. 432
FOOTBALL: Upbeat Adders stun woeful Greenbacks; SPOTLIGHT ON THE NON-LEAGUE SCENE. 418
Garden of scents and sounds. 160
Gardener tells of horror find in potatoes. 275
global views. 531
Grim storage task from 9/11. 179
Holidaymaker in intensive care after canal drama; WOMAN PULLED FROM 14FT DEEP WATER AT LOCK AFTER GOING UNDER NARROWBOAT. 276
Horses at risk, MEP warns. 120
Hospital gift in memory of fans. 181
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze get the chance to sign more players; ELITE LEAGUE PLAN TO EXTEND THE SIZE OF THEIR SQUADS. 397
It's Wayne's world for budding Rooneys!; Youngsters turn on the skills at charity football tournament HITTING THE NET: Owen Painting, of Bedworth Eagles Juniors, scores during a match against Coventry Jaguar Martin, and (right) the youngster wheels away in celebration. Pictures: DARRYL SMITH. 247
KEEP COVENTRY CLEAN CAMPAIGN: Instant litterbug fines here to stay; COUNCIL WANTS TO GIVE MORE PEOPLE THE POWER TO ENFORCE LAW. 327
Lauren's Lavigne every minute! 117
LETTERS: your views. 969
Link-up. 234
Man's scary new look at world. 270
Market picking up. 132
Massages offered to police to beat stress; SICK DAYS HALVED AFTER TREATMENT. 268
Meals-on-wheels Mary still helping out at 95; PENSIONER HELPS GET FOOD TO 'OLD FOLK' WHO ARE YOUNGER THAN SHE IS. 852
Mother and baby are hurt. 104
MOTORSPORT: Now Muller is in the driving seat. 114
New CPS chief's pledge on terror cases. 223
New plea for massacre cash. 104
Now's a hot time to keep out the cold. 181
ON THE DRAWING BOARD: Fence could grow at plots. 220
Orchestra aid for hospice. 120
Oz beer culture attacked. 167
Parks users shocked by impromptu wake; HEARSE PULLED INTO CAR PARK AND MOURNERS STARTED WAILING. 395
Party marks end of study. 256
Police put early end to rave. 80
Pool faces second threat from developers. 142
Problem couples to get free IVF on NHS. 276
RACING: Cecil can keep good run going. 365
RACING: Ocean Silk off to France. 351
Remember when . . . ?: Motorbikes were a family affair. 307
RUGBY UNION: Relief as Meddick is cleared for return. 426
Rural and urban mix adds up to fun for all the family; THOUSANDS TURN OUT FOR A TASTE OF RURAL LIFE AT THE TOWN AND COUNTRY FESTIVAL. 408
Safety fears for canal bridge. 177
Scarecrow day to boost village hall's funds; UNUSUAL FESTIVAL IDEA PROMPTED BY BILL FOR LEAKING ROOF. 275
Shopkeeper is kicked and punched by gang; Elderly man is set upon as he opens up store. 206
Show to help cancer victims. 150
SPEEDWAY: Bees are nearly home and dry; COVENTRY BOOST PROSPECTS FOR SEMI-FINAL ADVANTAGE. 686
SPEEDWAY: Bees close in on second spot. 171
Staff threatened with metal bars. 97
Surfers' paradise. 86
TENNIS: Emotional farewell for Pete. 353
The pounds 1,000 walk. 160
Thievesattack woman in shop. 155
Toddler Olivia is one brave little girl; FRIENDS RAISE MORE THAN pounds 4,000 TO SEND PLUCKY FAMILY ON WELL-EARNED HOLIDAY. 486
Trolley good show! 178
Uniting people of all cultures. 148
Votes counted in Rwanda. 113
Wanted: a poem for city peace; CITY CHALLENGE TO WRITERS. 259
Warning over rare food bug after 31 fall ill. 240
We do love to live beside the seaside. 100
What's the epitome of 'cool' EVERYONE'S TALKING ABOUT. 475
Woman hurt in bike crash. 90
Woman's fight to fell trees. 86
Workers go sick - to recover from holidays. 378

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