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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 18, 2003)

1-97 out of 97 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Cash blunder will not happen again'. 297
'Marriage in trouble'. 133
A stairway to the stars; STEEPED IN HISTORY, MAGNIFICENT COOMBE ABBEY ALSO HAS LINKS WITH TINSELTOWN. 448
All's fair in raising cash. 199
Always look for the bright side - and you'll find it; View from the clock tower. 346
ATHLETICS: Slick Sphinx are in the driving seat. 249
Band tipped to get double award. 153
Blix to urge Saddam to come clean; Co-operation needed 'for sake of peace'. 254
BOXING: Walking miracle!; Shane defies the odds to return to ring. 799
Brain surgeon on standby for Gulf; FORMER WALSGRAVE SPECIALIST AWAITS HIS CALL-UP PAPERS. 295
Brownsover is getting a bad name; BOBBIES SAY THEY KEEP BEING GIVEN PROMISES OF PROTECTIVE VESTS - BUT NO VESTS. 345
Campaign boosted by award for Greta. 146
Cash set aside in body armour move; BOBBIES SAY THEY KEEP BEING GIVEN PROMISES OF PROTECTIVE VESTS - BUT NO VESTS. 302
CCTV hope in hunt for gunman rapist; POLICE APPEAL TO RING-ROAD DRIVERS WHO MAY HAVE SEEN OFFENDER. 255
CCTV HOPE IN HUNT FORGUN MAN RAPIST; 'Help us to get him off the streets' police urge. 362
Colourful facts about wax. 108
CRICKET: Lehmann lands five-match ban. 285
Do you want new square? 80
Driver Ken is heading for new life at seaside. 192
Driver killed and twin sons hurt. 128
Fears over shops puts Netto store on hold. 309
Fight promised over plan for sex shop; It would mean there'd be two in the same street. 260
Firm forgot to fill hole in road. 246
FOOTBALL: Best yet for Blades boss. 147
FOOTBALL: OPEN SEASON ON PARTRIDGE; On-loan ace gets special treatment. 406
Friends back together via the worldwide web. 448
Gentle way to get your breath back; THERAPIST CALLS FOR ASTHMATIC VOLUNTEERS TO HELP RESEARCH. 259
Gold haul taken in theft. 146
Great divide on pounds 1m town safety plan; VOX POP: MORE CROSSINGS, SLOWER SPEEDS AND RAISED JUNCTIONS ARE ONE THE CARDS. 661
Help cut waste call to MP. 132
Homes advert sparks anger. 130
How could an innocent baby be branded a sinner?; voice OF THE north. 418
Hunt for missing Rocky. 102
Hunt for trio after brave bike boy is punched in face. 117
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze watch their step. 518
IN THE COURTS. 828
Injured cyclist thanks helpers. 306
Invitation to t'ai chi classes. 142
it's your shout! Where teenagers set the agenda. 459
JAIL FOR CITY FANS IN CUP-TIE BRAWL; Pair join 8 other hooligans in prison. 276
Joe gives a gem of a talk. 102
LETTERS: your views. 1019
Lover could face murder charge. 242
Marcus wants everyone to share the hoop dream; COMMUNITY AWARDS. 866
McCall steps in for Kelly on TV show. 182
More men in harmony. 116
Mugged victim's knife ordeal. 143
Museum offers taste of Le Mans magic. 177
New safety guide for road users. 267
Officers who face death every day; BOBBIES SAY THEY KEEP BEING GIVEN PROMISES OF PROTECTIVE VESTS - BUT NO VESTS. 380
Parents' group in bid to attract members. 333
Pensioner slams door on con man. 103
Police alert after eight-year-old boy walks out of school. 205
Police fear for their safety. 207
pounds 10,000 plea to get police out and about. 235
Price fall in housing market. 93
Pupils great at learning the lingo. 220
Pupils look at bigger picture. 142
RACKETLON: THE RACKETEER! 315
RUGBY UNION. 186
RUGBY UNION: Beaten, but Lions show real spirit; Rugby Lions 10 Exeter 27. 678
Rural road and rail bill welcomed. 100
Sharing a prize feeling; WINNERS GALORE AFTER 5,000 NAMES GO INTO THE HAT TO TAKE PART IN THE EVENING TELEGRAPH'S FANTASTIC POST-CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY. 1091
Sir Denis Thatcher 'heart bypass success'. 87
Storm as Taliban seeks asylum. 143
Street patrols put a stop to burglar. 146
Study could throw light on deaths. 171
These gifts are hot stuff. 166
Tinted window checks. 80
Views wanted on new square. 125
Warning to clubbers after night attack. 218
WE'RE PUTTING OUR LIVES ON THE LINE; 'Give us protective vests' pleads officer. 343
WE'RE PUTTING OUR LIVES ON THE LINE; 'We need life-saving vests' says officer. 327
WEEKEND LIVING SPACE: Our designer house is a real collector's item. 841
WEEKEND TV: MC TV. 331
WEEKEND TV: Ron cooks up a royal revelation. 965
WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV: Tonight's highlights. 228
WEEKEND TV: STAR PROFILE: Holly Marie's a real charmer. 297
WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV: Tonight's highlights. 220
WEEKEND: BOOKS. 465
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 88
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Bottlenecks put obstacles in way of super- hero; Reviews. 551
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Fond memories of student trail; KIRBY CORNER to CRACKLEY 4 miles. Map 221 Explorer. 499
WEEKEND: FOOD: Potatoes in the public eye; ANN EVANS REPORTS ON RYTON ORGANIC GARDENS' 10TH CELEBRATION OF THE FAR FROM-HUMBLE-SPUD. 874
WEEKEND: FREE two health books for every reader PLUS GREAT-VALUE OFFERS TO HELP YOU KEEP IN TRIM. 502
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Floral gift that never fades; HUSBANDS SHOW A ROMANTIC TOUCH BY CREATING DAHLIA VARIETIES IN THEIR WIVES' NAMES. 962
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Things we like. 343
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Wardens love to see many happy returns; SEEING LOST DOGS BACK WITH THEIR OWNERS MAKES IT ALL WORTHWHILE FOR HEIDI AND JULIE. 611
WEEKEND: PET SOS:Cats trust in foster appeal. 141
WEEKEND: TIME TUNNEL: Leaders of the track. 783
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Get down to work on holiday; GOATHERDING OR PLAYING THE KING WILL RELIEVE JOB STRESS. 287
WEEKEND: UNPLUGGED: Finding new lump brought back the old fears. 544
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: Delicate op for cat Fluffy after road accident. 628
WEEKNED: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 420
Were you a whistle blower? 104
Women could lose free bus pass at 60. 174
Your prediction of Harry Potter's latest adventure could win you a pounds 20 book voucher. 409

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