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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 15, 2003)

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'Beware of these street sellers' DISABLED MAN SAYS HE WAS PRESSURED INTO PARTING WITH pounds 50 FOR CHEAP RINGS. 293
'Help us guide town's visitors'. 155
A day for women and their literature. 113
Airport's dark cloud still looms as spring nears; View from the clock tower. 420
Animal rights demo targets circus. 199
Asylum protesters confident of victory. 261
Ballbearing shooting: Arrests made. 89
Belt up blitz nabs 80 at risk. 191
Benefits advice for hard-up tenants; PREGNANT TEENAGER'S PLIGHT PROMPTS EXPERT TO ISSUE HELP LIST. 425
Calling all young presenters. 121
Charities warned over letter scam; GROUPS ASKED FOR UP TO pounds 95 TO REGISTER WITH INFORMATION COMMISSIONER. 231
Church in quest for gravestone families. 277
Coachloads join veteran's army; Ex-marine escorts fans to concert of massed bands. 330
Council health and safety praised. 171
Council votes to go GM-free. 164
CRICKET: England appeal rejected. 457
CRIME BATTLE WINS PRAISE; Recognition for scheme to keep youngsters off streets. 328
CYCLING: British champ Keir dies at 41. 293
David keeps stiff upper lip. 163
Drugs charge woman bailed; Court told her mother is dying of cancer. 198
Eating house set to open. 140
EQUESTRIANISM: Walker heads the challenge for finals glory. 508
Favourites could be on top of the world; COMMUNITY AWARDS: TIME IS RUNNING OUT FOR PEOPLE TO NOMINATE THEIR COMMUNITY HEROES. 449
Fear over congestion charge calls gridlock. 161
Fight to save hotel rumbles on. 128
Firefighters tackle school blaze. 110
FOOTBALL: FIRST THINGS FIRST; City ace Calum is ready to snub England Under-20 call. 302
From Spa stage to a Radio 1 top slot; Singer looks forward to hitting top of the charts. 334
Furry friends say thanks. 174
GAELIC FOOTBALL: Spreading the word. 182
Game time at centre. 89
Glad to see the pack of fag ads. 193
Glad to see the pack of fag ads. 209
Going the extra Nile for charity. 173
Guardians may move into estate; POLICE AND COUNCIL DISCUSS INITIATIVES TO MAKE LIFE SAFER IN PROBLEM AREA. 250
Heart attack kills top architect; MAN WHO HELPED DESIGN OXO TOWER AND CITY SUPERMARKET DIES AFTER CYCLE RIDE. 236
Help for troubled minds. 358
Hi-tech glitch delays fuel payout. 176
Hospice strikes it lucky in bowling boost. 165
How to follow up a success. 156
HUNDREDS JOIN MARCH AGAINST IRAQ WAR; Coachloads of Coventry people travel to London to take part in world-wide protest at threat of action. 339
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze must get down to work. 412
ICE HOCKEY: Crowning glory for the Blaze heroes. 173
IN THE COURTS. 1167
Is your teddy bear the best in the city? 118
It's just great to be part of the gang again; ANOTHER REUNION PLANNED AFTER OLD CLASSMATES MEET UP. 264
it's your shout! Where teenagers set the agenda. 531
Latest on district plan. 95
LETTERS: your views. 1019
Lights put up on link path. 175
Man remanded in custody on charges of robbing pensioners. 152
Marathon challenge. 106
Mark sets off on polar adventure; TREK IN AID OF CANCER RESEARCH. 258
Masons pressure council over code; Letter claims slur on group is unfair. 275
Number of jobless soared in January. 214
O'Toole to accept honorary Oscar. 180
Past's all set to disrupt present. 314
Paul plans to drop from the heights for charity. 140
Police warn of rogue traders in wake of pounds 400 con. 164
PUB NOISE - ENOUGH'S ENOUGH SAYS COUNCILLOR. 404
Pupils circle the world in just a week! 124
Rachel heads for the top. 262
Roof worker breaks his leg. 139
Rotarians get together to fix holidays. 171
Rotting human waste firm fined pounds 100,000. 198
RUGBY UNION: Davies in battle to face Cov. 244
Rush to be part of friendly art works; ARTIST MEETS COMMUNITY GROUPS TO DISCUSS IDEAS FOR PHOENIX INITIATIVE PROJECT. 276
School has the poster champs. 180
Security warning as crime spree continues. 244
So just who is the owner of No 66? 295
Specials going out on the town. 151
Student's put in the picture. 172
Thank you for saving me and my daughter; PENSIONER MEETS THE NEIGHBOUR WHO RESCUED HER FROM BLAZING FLAT. 447
The perfect area to find good volunteers; BUREAU GETS 35 POINTS OUT OF 36 TO BE NAMED AS ONE OF THE BEST IN ENGLAND. 223
TOWN ON THE MARCH FOR PEACE; Packed coaches join city protest. 344
Tree house in wood 'will be torn down'. 305
Valentine's wedding for coach couple. 152
VALENTINE'S WEDDING JOY OF COACH COUPLE. 333
WATER POLO: Youthful city side show off potential. 277
WEEKEND TV: 'Being a dad's the only thing that's real' FOR NICK BERRY THERE'S ONLY ONE WINNER IN THE CAREER v FAMILY DEBATE. 637
WEEKEND TV: Has Natasha murder in mind? 1012
WEEKEND TV: HOT GOSSIP . . . what's happening in the world of showbiz. 351
WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV: Tonight's highlights. 246
WEEKEND TV: STAR PROFILE: Kiefer is TV's golden boy. 321
WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV: Tonight's highlights. 200
WEEKEND: BOOKS. 470
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 91
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Life seems simple once you've tackled The Sims; Reviews. 368
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Over the border to unspoiled beauty; EPWELL TO SHENINGTON 4 miles. Map 191 Explorer. 618
WEEKEND: FOOD: E is for (too much) energy; VOX POP: AS AN MP CALLS FOR MORE CONTROLS ON FOOD LABELLING, WHAT'S THE CASE FOR A LINK BETWEEN DIET AND BAD BEHAVIOUR? 1310
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Veggie patches fit for a prince. 873
WEEKEND: JAMIE'S DISH: Cheer yourselves up after Poms' latest embarrassing defeat ... 346
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Craig's living the high life. 915
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Things we like. 188
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 229
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Erik is just what doctor ordered; RESCUED POODLE WHO FINALLY FOUND LOVING HOME NOW BRINGS HAPPINESS TO ELDERLY RESIDENTS IN ROLE AS THERAPY DOG. 899
WEEKEND: TIME TUNNEL: The Sally sisters' baptism of fire. 1080
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Switzerland is summer gem; LEAVE THE SKIS AT HOME AND SOAK UP THE FOOD AND CULTURE. 737
WEEKEND: UNPLUGGED: Romance is more than a packet of green M&Ms. 520
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: How can I get dog to shed the pounds? 596
Why we're the most romantic couple around; RUGBY PAIR SNAP UP TITLE AFTER JOHN'S LOVING SURPRISE. 398
WIN A 10-day trip to Provence and the Italian Riviera; FINAL DAY OF OUR pounds 9,000 HOLIDAY GAMECARD CONTEST. 452
WIN a fantastic set of children's books. 174
Woman is saved from bedsit fire; PASSERSBY BEATEN BACK BY SMOKE. 185
Young burglar gets custody. 187

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