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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 1, 2003)

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'Prison' fence gets go-ahead; Neighbours claim it will blight 'Victorian terraced outlook' of area'. 284
'Watch for warning signs'. 202
'We'll marry when it's over' SADDAM SCARE FORCES CHILDHOOD SWEETHEARTS TO PUT WEDDING PLANS ON HOLD. 512
'We're to blame,' admits roads chief. 224
100 out to greet fire strike 'cover' CITY FIREFIGHTERS MASS AMID TALK OF REPLACEMENT CREWS. 328
A new look at some old things. 111
Accountants make a blanket appeal for dogs. 122
Action over surgery plans. 82
Answers demanded as weather eases. 212
Apology over dumped post. 114
Armed robbery terror at building society. 210
ATHLETICS: Cotton and Lee sprint to top honours. 237
ATHLETICS: Young Ben lands glory for Grange. 296
Bid to stop teens falling into crime; Council workers to identify needs. 302
Bobbies on the telly. 101
Budge helps store conversion. 123
Centre users join the new year celebrations. 146
Charity calls for more aid. 81
Church invites you to a celebration of weddings. 246
Community plays the waiting game; NO OPENING DATE IN SIGHT FOR CENTRE HIT BY TRAGEDY. 256
CRICKET: Umpires sought for training course. 91
Deaths probed. 88
Dixons goes - but it could be back; CITY CENTRE BOSSES OPTIMISTIC THAT SHOP UNITS WILL SOON FIND NEW TAKERS. 756
Drivers warned of A5 delays. 92
EQUESTRIANISM: Boswell joins select few world class perfomers. 460
Flowers say thanks for pounds 110,000 fund; NURSING STAFF GRATEFUL FOR THE AMOUNT OF WORK DONE BY VOLUNTEERS. 376
FOOTBALL: Boro get their man. 369
FOOTBALL: BORO'S CHRISTIE CASH IN. 567
FOOTBALL: Ridsdale forced to bring in bodyguards. 351
FOOTBALL: Ridsdale forced to call in guards. 542
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES' ARMCHAIR ACADEMY. 350
Gambler robbed bank to pay off debts. 220
Gliding around the world - with a spin-off for Snowball; SNOWBALL. 254
GOLF: Webster in contention. 212
GOLF: Webster right in contention for first victory. 211
Homes to go ahead despite protest. 163
Hospital could get new name. 156
it's your shout! Staying a cut above the rest; Where teenagers set the agenda. 690
Jessica's all set to act the goat. 124
Keeping an eye on standards. 93
Knights need novices. 94
Ladies take a look. 158
LETTERS: your views. 1029
Library to undergo raft of improvements. 197
Making tales come alive. 98
Man's scull fractured in city centre assault. 128
Marconi clinches China contract. 148
Master of the ice is a cool act to follow; FORMER OLYMPIC GOLD-MEDALLIST ENCOURAGES SKYDOME HOPEFULS. 208
ME AND MY SCHOOL: Friendly school and praise for the staff; PUPILS AT NEWDIGATE PRIMARY SCHOOL TALK ABOUT THEIR CLASSMATES, LESSONS AND TEACHERS. 1147
Meat pack factory closes down. 205
Mostly praise for OAP service. 147
Number of city jobseekers continues to creep up. 186
PHOTO PHONE CRACKDOWN; Protection for children at leisure centres. 261
PHOTO-PHONE BAN AT SPORT CENTRES; Hi-tech camera mobiles outlawed in new move to protect children from changing room perverts. 331
Pizza chain in search for shop. 121
Power danger lurks in the home. 206
Rangers invitation to park. 83
Reward offered after DJ burgled; THEFT OF PRIZED EQUIPMENT FORCES GEORGINA TO CANCEL PARTIES. 226
Riddle of 'missed' appointment; It was a doctor who was not there - patient. 301
Rock for fire crews. 81
RUGBY UNION: Getting in shape with the Lions. 355
Sadness as home closes for last time; AESTHETICS CAME BEFORE PATIENTS' NEEDS, SAYS CRITICAL ACTING MANAGER. 293
Sex truths. 89
Signed Harry Potter sells for pounds 3,200. 147
SPEEDWAY: Bees' homestart. 221
SPORT CENTRE IN PHOTO PHONE CRACKDOWN; New move to protect children. 326
SPORT CENTRES' PHOTO PHONE CRACKDOWN; Hi-tech mobiles outlawed to protect children from changing room perverts. 276
Spotlight focuses on foster carers; COMMUNITY AWARDS. 684
Talks hope as fresh walkout begins. 227
The odd dead bird is no reason for cats to suffer; View from the clock tower. 375
Town stalwart Haydn's on the road to recovery. 103
Two face quiz over robberies. 103
Two hurt in crash. 96
Txt warning of jam ahead; SYSTEM WILL HELP DRIVERS AVOID HOLD-UPS. 197
Union sets Peugeot one-day strike date. 332
Viewers inundate Homer's e-mail account. 133
Village bypass to end traffic misery. 214
War on Iraq 'in weeks'. 120
WEEKEND: BOOKS. 468
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 88
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Thrill to the car chase - but mind that bookshelf; Reviews. 487
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Enjoy a stroll along peaceful country lanes; BALSALL COMMON TO FEN END 3.5 miles. Map 221 Explorer. 432
WEEKEND: FOOD: Dining out's a symbolic gesture; TODAY MARKS THE START OF CHINESE NEW YEAR - ANN EVANS ASKS ONE COVENTRY FAMILY HOW THEY'LL BE CELEBRATING. 788
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 425
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Tune in to the potting shed. 1040
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Balancing the elements in your home. 820
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Things we like. 167
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 224
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Millie learning to lap up affection; FAMILY'S PERSEVERANCE PAYS OFF AS A LOVING HOME TRANSFORMS DIFFICULT DOG INTO A BIG SOFTIE. 595
WEEKEND: TIME TUNNEL: Glorious days of a sporting past. 779
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Happy wanderers; REEBOK STADIUM OFFERS TOP HOTEL FACILITIES AND A TWO-MINUTE WALK TO THE GAME. 800
WEEKEND: TV: Checking in on a new-look sexy soap. 846
WEEKEND: TV: HOT GOSSIP . . . what's happening in the world of showbiz. 332
WEEKEND: TV: SATURDAY TV: Tonight's highlights. 254
WEEKEND: TV: STAR PROFILE. 293
WEEKEND: TV: SUNDAY TV: Tonight's highlights. 250
WEEKEND: UNPLUGGED: Hold on to your pants but watch out for static. 519
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: Could my Jack Russell puppy be deaf? 658
Wife paid to not nag. 111
WIN a show family ticket. 105
WIN a trip to the beautiful Channel island of Jersey. 402
Young actors off to share ideas. 106

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