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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 27, 2003)

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'Hold' plea on new airport terminal; PLANNING DECISION SHOULD AWAIT WHITE PAPER, SAYS COUNTY. 349
'Hold' plea over airport terminal; COUNTY OFFICIALS SAY PLANNING VERDICT SHOULD AWAIT WHITE PAPER. 288
'Kelly backed policy on Iraq' - Hoon. 138
'Use it or lose it' plea on new 94 bus. 284
118- it's enough to drive me crazy!; OUR REPORTER ENTERS THE BEWILDERING WORLD OF DIRECTORY ENQUIRIES. 1244
A DOUBLE BLOW FOR RAIL USERS; vox pop: Fares go up, as plans for station axed. 618
Alstom fire 'of no harm to the environment'. 120
Anything goes at 'sex idol' contest. 189
Archers star in town. 91
Ashley, 19, in show of thanks. 149
ATHLETICS: Holmes helps herself to 800m silver medal. 305
ATHLETICS: Holmes helps herself to 800m silver medal. 306
ATHLETICS: Ruddock's the star as Rugby win. 353
ATHLETICS: Shot-putter Suzie storms to superb bronze. 342
Bargains net a grand. 128
Bosses' drive for charity; USE YOUR TALENTS pounds 50 000 APPEAL. 161
BOWLS: Home win is the key to title bid. 472
Boy, 8, dies during healing ceremony. 171
Bus boss Rob splats an insect intruder. 154
Car and tractor in crash. 84
Carnival a real cracker. 100
Centre is a sure place to find help. 205
Charity in leaps and bounds. 123
Children chuck out healthy food. 181
CRICKET: Bears hit back after collapse; WARWICKSHIRE CRASH FROM 155-2 TO 290 ALL OUT. 439
CRICKET: WARWICKSHIRE LEAGUE: Griff miss out in high-scoring clash. 251
CYCLING: It's silver again as Steel just misses best time. 405
DEATH OF PUP LEFT IN CAR ON A HOT DAY; Man and woman could land in court. 271
Death toll rises during heatwave. 160
Decorator's blow torch sparks blaze; PENSIONER ESCAPES FROM BUNGALOW AS ROOF CATCHES FIRE. 283
Don't be deceived on walk. 102
Enjoy magic of Disneyland Resort Paris for pounds 59.95; HARRY SHAW City Cruiser. 197
EQUESTRIAN: Darren's champion after festival showdown. 415
FAMILY: ME AND MY GIRL. 412
FAMILY: Street Talk: POP IDOL V FAME ACADEMY. 192
FAMILY: WOMEN FACE TEST OF TIME. 933
Fares rise and station spruce-ups scrapped; COST OF TRAVEL TO RISE ABOVE INFLATION AS BETTER PASSENGER COMFORTS ABANDONED. 792
Feast of art is on display. 125
First-class post service. 122
FOOTBALL: CITY LOOK FOR HOME COMFORT; Fans deserve three-point win bonus,says Black. 562
FOOTBALL: Defoe stunner gives Hammers both points. 318
football: Laid back Lewer stays calm. 169
FOOTBALL: MIDLAND COMBINATION: City duo hit back after sorry Saturday. 489
FOOTBALL: Poplar's charity challenge. 167
FOOTBALL: Ranieri: It will take time for us to blend. 178
FOOTBALL: Safri the victim of Foy's folly. 703
FOOTBALL: Sheringham treble puts Pompey top. 327
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES BIG MATCH PREVIEW: Davenport steps into spotlight; SKY BLUES v NOTTM FOREST, NATIONWIDE DIVISION ONE, HIGHFIELD ROAD 7.45pm TONIGHT. 1006
Fun way to promote a greener way of living; AIM OF EVENTS IN TOWN CENTRE IS TO GET PEOPLE MAKING FEWER CAR JOURNEYS. 273
Fury as bowling green is hit by vandals. 266
Girl, 10, fights off abductor. 151
Hamper on offer for the best tale. 151
Hedge petition gets drain route altered; OAK TREES ALSO SAVED AS CAMPAIGN RESULTS IN A CHANGE TO THE PLAN. 270
Honour for two who help others. 156
Hoon set to take stand at Kelly inquiry. 267
Hopkins to star as troubled genius. 99
IM Properties nets site at Magna Park. 86
IN THE COURTS: Man, 45, gets five-year driving ban. 892
It's life Simon- but not as we know it; AFTER YEARS OF TV AND VIDEO WORK, THE MOVIE WORLD IS CALLING. 400
It's open house in play area. 237
Job success at business park; 400 posts created in nine years. 268
Kids to show off theatre skills. 218
Knife terror for couple in burglary; Woman dragged around house. 203
Knife threat used in mobile phone theft; TEENAGER HAS BLADE HELD AGAINST HIS THROAT BY ROBBER. 229
Late entrant to rescue as lead car drops out; CHANCE CALL HELPS ORGANISERS LIVE UP TO MOTOR PARADE SLOGAN. 216
LETTERS: your views. 1138
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS: text line. 236
Lord of all video sales in making; RECORDINGS OF LATEST RINGS INSTALMENT FLYING OFF SHELVES. 368
Man, 32 airlifted from crash scene. 225
Mars at its closest to the Earth. 313
Music is the food of love for theatre sweethearts. 201
New student leader targets fees. 206
NUNS SCORE A COURT VICTORY; Town's rugby club is cleared of fielding an illegal overseas player. 466
Offices plan scrapped. 90
Old coins change lives. 154
ON THE DRAWING BOARD: Plan to revamp shops handed over. 207
Out with the old, in with the new; Sally Army keeps pace with change, in fabric and ethos. 584
Parents take legal advice on water feature. 350
People turning to debt 'just to cope'. 247
Planet closes in for a red sky at night. 252
Police angle on jail peril lurking for directors. 95
Police are happy to be under a vest. 195
Poppy team in plea for helpers. 122
pounds 75,000 lifeline for troubled arts centre; EMERGENCY FUNDING FROM COUNCIL AFTER ASBESTOS FORCED CLOSURE. 302
Pub is up in flames once again. 180
racing: Darley hits 100 again. 553
RACING: Latin can translate good form. 212
Raid victim in pledge to keep trading; Witness plea by shop boss. 221
Rap for holiday prices firm. 163
Rethink over care homes for the elderly; Fears that closure would lead to bed-blocking in city hospitals. 280
Romans to march on fort. 102
RUGBY UNION: Lion O'Kelly steps in to face Cov. 497
Salvage will help to rebuild history. 225
School helped to gain status. 218
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 115
SPEEDWAY: Bees match off due to GP re-run. 150
Steve maps out a tough challenge; TRIATHLETE'S SIGHTS SET ON RAISING pounds 1,000 FOR AIR AMBULANCE. 307
Summit called over model planes ban. 203
TEENAGE MUGGERS PUT THE BOOT INTO OAP; Ordeal of victim, 77. 260
TENNIS: Henman tumbles in first round. 217
Villagers say road is best left shut. 224
Visit to the corridors of power. 110
Wendy gains a degree against all the odds. 321

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