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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 9, 2003)

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'Death trap' wiring sparks blaze alert; FIREFIGHTERS FIND DANGER CABLES AFTER FAMILY SMELLS BURNING. 294
AA warning over melting roads. 91
Acting roles for footie stars. 149
After the trauma, Britons enjoy their first day of freedom. 193
Airfield Bash is a real winner. 113
All ready for yet another hot week. 172
All set for the craic in festival countdown. 775
All together for a new craze! 176
An invasion of fun and clever irony. 200
ATHLETICS: Injury scare for Edwards. 270
Be a part of world's biggest ever picnic; SUMMER FESTIVAL WILL HOST A BID TO GET INTO THE RECORD BOOKS. 291
Better care for patients. 134
BOXING: Determined Dean's taking shot at glory; AMATEUR CHAMP LLOYD SET FOR PROFESSIONAL DEBUT NEXT MONTH. 430
Boys help to save girl from drowning in lake. 293
Brave Molly needs help to adapt to life on three legs. 243
Care with water is paying off. 177
Cement firm hits output targets. 154
Charity search for tins to rattle. 98
Circus performer dies after plummeting 30ft. 225
Country inn in town wins county title. 172
Craig's racing start to victory. 225
CRICKET: England look to new faces. 219
CRICKET: Steve's the hero. 95
Crowd sees trapeze artist fall to her death; PERFORMER DIES IN HOSPITAL AFTER WIRE JAMS AND SHE DROPS 30FT TO GROUND. 249
CUTTING CRIME IS AS SIMPLE AS ABC; Acceptable behaviour contracts reduce number of young offenders. 285
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Dave takes third world title. 324
Dress up to feel history. 93
EQUESTRIAN: Stoneleigh chase further successes. 294
Ex-rail man fuming over horror train trip; FORMER WHEELTAPPER 'SAD TO SEE SOMETHING THAT WORKED SO WELL GOING TO PIECES'. 381
Ex-union rep still waiting on R-R offer; NO NEWS A MONTH AFTER TRIBUNAL JOB RULING. 351
Fire engine lost as field blazes. 198
Firm 'alive and well'. 90
Firm tracks fake claims. 97
FOOTBALL: Adams anger as Cocu is counted out. 254
FOOTBALL: MACCA: CASH IS STILL TIGHT; Money problems hamper Sky Blues manager. 323
FOOTBALL: Sorensen eager for Villa action. 640
FOOTBALL: YOUR SKY BLUES PREDICTIONS FOR 2003/04 SEASON. 379
From miner to MILLIONAIRE; Kid from the coal face has plans for city. 441
Global warming warning. 151
Goinghome to spread peace in Cambodia; STUDENT HOPES TO PUT TO PRACTICAL USE LESSONS LEARNT AT COV UNI. 364
GOLF: Webster's bid falters. 362
Great white reminder to cut fuel bills. 181
Health group sets up in city. 123
Horror for a circus crowd as star falls to her death. 82
Hospital boss aims for 'no wait' goal. 225
Hospital boss aims for 'no-wait' goal. 234
IN THE COURTS: Man who stole six showers gets eight months in prison. 940
Influx plugs people hole. 105
it's your shout!: Sun, sea and stars make the perfect break; Where youngsters set the agenda. 513
Keep tags on your caravan. 97
Learning and fun on offer. 90
LETTERS: your views. 959
Little seed just grew and grew.. 152
Livestock to return to show. 187
Male fashion is such a tie in the hot summer weather; View from the clock tower. 334
Man arrested after drugs seized in raid. 196
MAN IN SCHOOLGIRL KIDNAP BID JAILED; Teenager was threatened with fake gun. 317
Martin makeover offer. 111
Moving cars to cut fear of crime. 189
MP joins row over uni fees. 314
Muslims in identity challenge; 10,000 EXPECTED AT CONFERENCE. 212
Mystery of dead man by canal. 123
National health title for student. 104
Nuisance blazes could have put family at risk. 199
Offer to keep teens off the streets. 221
ON THE DRAWING BOARD: Homes bid at tights factory. 171
Over 500 vehicles set to line up for parade; ORGANISERS BELIEVE MORE DRIVERS THAN EVER BEFORE WILL JOIN IN THIS YEAR. 439
Payment order for jacket. 119
PETROL STATION BID SPARKS LORRY FEAR. 335
Pictures tell story of a glorious town; TALES BEHIND PUB AND STREET NAMES ARE REVEALED ALONGSIDE PHOTOGRAPHS. 271
Plea to missing Joanne. 93
Poachers grab swan from river. 85
Police step up patrols near stores; Move follows thefts from cars. 204
Prize is just the ticket for Cheryl. 258
PUBS LINK UP TO MAKE TOWN SAFER; Licensees will be able to use radio contact to keep out troublemakers. 336
Remember the good old days. 112
Row over car park at speedwaysite. 286
Royal Mail!; Queen can remember Zoe's great-grandad Alf. 314
Shazam - that sounds like Cliff. 108
Sky Blues game called off after player crash tragedy. 115
SPEEDWAY: Bees stars aiming to upset cup favourites. 328
Star-studded line-up for book festival. 125
Stories that begin with those magic words 'during the war' voice of the north. 593
Suicide bomb alert for cops. 125
SWIMMING: Medals haul for city teams. 235
Tackling fires is snuffing special for Richard; WHO BETTER TO PUT OUT A BLAZE THAN A MAN WITH A VAN FULL OF EXTINGUISHERS? 379
The chemist who was recruited by a bad apple. 223
TV star renames store. 94
Website to help needy. 141
WEEKEND: BOOKS: A Buddhist learning curve; THE READING MAZE. 137
WEEKEND: BOOKS: A well-versed collection; THE READING MAZE. 98
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Slice of uncomfy reality makes a refreshing change; THE READING MAZE. 196
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 117
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Hand-held stunt game is full of gripping action; Review. 502
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Round ramble full of history. 746
WEEKEND: FOOD: Home cooking is the Kane attraction; RENEE UNDERHILL'S TRADITIONAL DISHES ARE A FARMHOUSE HIT. 690
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 488
WEEKEND: GARDENING: A little green peace; ROY AND VAL HOWELL'S OPEN THEIR HIGHLY-COMMENDED GARDEN FOR CHARITY. 656
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Plant of the week. 101
WEEKEND: ME & MY PET: My dog Bracken is a real sucker for a dummy. 228
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 211
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Cinnamon is the spice of life for Ena; 95-YEAR-OLD ENA LOCKWOOD ENJOYS THE COMPANY OF BEN THANKS TO DOG-WALKING CHARITY. 645
WEEKEND: TIME TUNNEL: Pageant wagons came to life as darkness fell. 773
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Footy fever Espana; A TASTE OF THE HIGH LIFE THE BECKHAMS MIGHT ENJOY WHEN THEY MOVE TO MADRID. 605
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Telegraph on Tour. 139
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Wish I was there ... Reader's report. 393
WEEKEND: UNPLUGGED: When the sun comes out, so do the silly questions. 522
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: HOT GOSSIP: what's happening in the world of showbiz. 348
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV. 258
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: STAR PROFILE: From match girl to a city slicker. 331
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV. 186
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: Top celebrities give UK the OK. 848
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: How can I stop my young dog chewing people's hands? 523
Who wants greens? 151
Woman hurt in accident leaves hospital. 121
Your views on Arnie's return. 338

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