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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 24, 2003)

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'Bus hit me and drove off' says mum; APPEAL FOR WITNESSES AFTER WEEK GOES BY BEFORE ACCIDENT IS REPORTED. 424
'Exploitation' rap for Tories; CITY COUNCIL REPORTS. 411
'Gucci kit' squaddies; SOLDIERS ON GULF STAND-BY SHUN MoD ISSUE AND MAKE FOR ARMY SURPLUS STORE. 508
'What we'd like life to be like' VOX POP: QUESTIONS ON FORM GET RIGHT TO THE HEART OF COMMUNITY CONCERNS. 250
'You can bank on us to help' RIGHT TO READ: VOLUNTEERING AS A YOUNGSTER'S READING PARTNER IS A WIN-WIN SITUATION, SAY STAFF AT CHELTENHAM AND GLOUCESTER. 1023
3 arrested in police bus raids. 259
A man police want to talk to. 162
A thousand of you say 'no' to war. 115
Actors mix it in next show. 106
Adam's new pride. 130
Alert over post office closures; Government policy on benefits blamed. 280
An affair to remember? 138
Artistic uplift on the wards. 161
BASKETBALL: Skipper Pope may miss vital double. 109
Be a winner in the month of romance. 333
Bid to bring art to superhospital; Quest to make development warm and welcoming. 249
Blood, sweat and tea. 151
BOXING: Chris steps back in the ring. 291
BOXING: It's make or break for big hope Bendall. 481
Brazen attack on pubgoer; 'Dozens' nearby as man brutally robbed. 231
Britain and US appear increasingly isolated. 147
Calfs back on small screen. 118
CASINO PLAN FOR STADIUM; Las Vegas-stylevenue would bid to attract the 'fun' punters. 244
Chance for all-comers to sing at the Albert Hall. 92
Chance for amateurs to show talent for singing. 98
Chance to look round new nursery. 116
Charity takes a bubbly approach; FUN LUNCH WITH SERIOUS AIM. 160
COVENTRY MYTON HOSPICE APPEAL: It's not too late to splash out. 397
CRICKET: Board to reconsider Zimbabwe. 255
David's not all talk. 191
DEBT PROBLEM SPINS OUT OF CONTROL; More people are facing life in the red. 268
Defects revealed in lorry spot checks; Police tell of mechanical faults and safety rule breaches. 288
DRIVERS FACE HIKE IN CAR PARK FEES; Bid to prevent budget shortfall. 437
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Autonation hatch a real red hot bargain; If you are thinking of changing your vehicle now is the perfect time do it. 383
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Citroen slashes pounds 2,000 off new people carrier. 213
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Counting the seconds to a safer journey; BETTER DRIVING. 471
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Disguised price cuts may trigger car wars. 248
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: FIVE IS THE SUM OF POWER AND LUXURY; ROAD TEST: BMW 5-Series 530d Sport Touring. 658
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Get the facts on London's new traffic charges. 292
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Get to front of queue for new Mazda. 132
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Lexus gets top score for security. 199
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Mercedes unveils estate of the art. 216
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Power and precision in the flagship Phaeton; VW's new threat to BMW, Mercedes.. even Bentley. 516
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Sharan offers a double delight; NEW ENGINE AND A PRICE REDUCTION ARE LATEST TEMPTERS FOR VW MODEL. 201
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Sunbeam's changing fortunes; CLASSIC WHEELS. 195
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: WE'RE NOT GIVING UP OUR CARS! 409
Fair to set out study chances. 85
FOOTBALL: 5 things you didn't know about Dale; FA CUP COUNTDOWN. 195
FOOTBALL: Adders target morale booster. 319
FOOTBALL: Another new man for Racing. 265
FOOTBALL: Baggies cannot keep up. 275
FOOTBALL: BORO FACE BEST TEST. 470
FOOTBALL: Giant-killers target Norwich for the chop; FA CUP ROUND-UP. 555
FOOTBALL: Greenbacks on a high for trip. 274
FOOTBALL: Griff are hoping for a happy return. 341
FOOTBALL: Hall blow for Rugby boss. 238
FOOTBALL: I'm set to sign on dotted line. 712
FOOTBALL: I've played in stadiums where fans carry guns so Rochdale is no problem; City loan star Juan Sara can handle the pressure. 455
FOOTBALL: MEET CITY'S OPPONENTS. 364
FOOTBALL: Spotland spotlight on Simmo. 619
FOOTBALL: Terrace PREVIEW. 296
FOOTBALL: Upbeat Knitters aim to complete hat-trick. 443
FOOTBALL: WE'LL PASS SPOT CHECK; McAllister says there'll be no excuses if minnows surprise City. 538
Fresh appeal to find knife attack pair. 189
GAMBLING ON A 'FUN' IDEA; vox pop: CASINO WON'T BE LIKE LAS VEGAS, SAYS MAN AT HELM OF. 1449
Gas led to canal deaths. 82
Glee over star award. 122
GO! ART: A photographic memory. 113
GO! ART: Big prize for budding painters. 188
GO! ART: BRUSH STROKES. 189
GO! ART: VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF IKON LIFE. 480
GO! CINEMA: Ghost Ship lacks any real spirit. 108
GO! CINEMA: JACK'S THE LAD IN SOUL SEARCHER. 198
GO! CINEMA: TV revamp fails to set the big screen alight. 130
GO! CLASSICAL: DAVID HAS KEY TO THE LOCKS. 330
GO! CLASSICAL: IVORY COASTING WITH A LOCAL MAESTRO. 153
GO! CLASSICAL: The ups and downs of Brahms and Beethoven; REVIEWS. 241
GO! COUNTRY: All's Wells with the newest Apache in town. 212
GO! FOLK: Odd tunes in the village pub ... 123
GO! FOLK: YOU ONLY HAVE TO ASK TO HEAR DAVE. 166
GO! JAZZ NOTES. 91
GO! JAZZ: TRIO BRINGS A TOUCH OF HUMOUR. 331
GO! ROCK: THERE IS LIFE IN MARR'S NEW IDEAS. 698
GO! ROCK: Website gets a soundtrack. 126
GO! TAIL PIECES. 252
GO! THE LIMIT: Dark Side's bright tribute. 210
GO! THE LIMIT: HITS BY THE SHED LOAD. 471
GO! THEATRE: MARK ON THE FRONT LINE OF COMEDY. 455
GO! THEATRE: Pony set to take Cinders to the ball. 141
GO! THEATRE: Spotlight on dance stars of the future. 154
GO! THEATRE: STAGE WHISPERS. 220
GO! VIDEO: Tissues at the ready as three sisters confront their demons. 596
Happy new year in Chinatown. 210
Head speaks up for teenagers; COMMUNITY AWARDS. 516
Health services facing shake-up; NHS TRUST AIMS TO SAVE CASH BY DROPPING AND LIMITING DIFFERENT PROVISIONS. 326
Help others take the plunge. 89
Hold-up was lucky for hospice. 183
Hospital cancels parenting classes. 197
Hundreds have their say. 108
ICE HOCKEY: Thompson calls up fans to help win crunch match. 384
ICE SKATING: Jemma's delight at top 20 Euro finish. 117
IN THE COURTS. 1710
INDOOR GAMES: Record win lifts Stockingford chase. 421
Iran pulls the plug on trade trip. 251
It's a dog's life with bangers going off; CITY COUNCIL REPORTS. 222
It's misery in the Midlands; SURVEY FINDS WE'RE THE UNHAPPIEST PEOPLE IN BRITAIN. 197
Jeweller hurt as robber snatches pounds 3,000 haul. 212
Just for the record! 268
Kelly aims for an arresting performance. 255
Labour blocks annual spring clean; CITY COUNCIL REPORTS. 194
LETTERS: your views. 1383
Library service among best. 107
Library to close for a new look. 105
London map link to terror suspects. 224
London maps found in swoop. 96
Making the journey to school safer; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 344
Man with gun shot dead by police. 178
Man,21,clearedofmale rape charge. 169
OAP's bag grabbed. 117
On the scrapheap; New bombshell as 400 workers lose their jobs. 859
Peace is the aim of march on city; 600 will join war protest. 270
Pirates all at sea for panto fun. 138
Ploughman poet still leads field; CITY CALEDONIANS JOIN WORLDWIDE BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS FOR ROBERT BURNS, WHOSE VERSE ECHOES DOWN THE CENTURIES. 1381
Pounds mean cash. 183
Powell confident of support on Iraq. 147
Probe as three cats are killed. 141
Protest at plans for new bus lane. 310
Protesters pack bus-lane meeting. 260
Pupils sense creepy-crawly fun. 192
RACING: Mernagh suspended as Fahey wins appeal. 269
RACING: Warwick win paves way to the Festival. 735
Residents force rethink on crossing; 'Too few pupils walk to school'. 224
RUGBY LEAGUE: Nicholls aims for Prop Idol. 323
RUGBY UNION: Advantage slips at Nuns. 498
RUGBY UNION: Home from home. 83
RUGBY UNION: Lions face do or die mission. 241
RUGBY UNION: Mather leaves Cov to fulfil eastern promise. 434
Saddam 'preparing chemical weapons'. 151
School's ranking in league tables. 96
Science rubs out school blackboard; CITY PRIMARY IN WHITE AT THE START OF NEW TECHNOLOGY INVADING THE CLASSROOM. 410
Search for clues after stabbing in street; RESIDENTS TELL OF SCREAMS FOR HELP FROM WOMAN NOW IN INTENSIVE CARE. 395
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 117
SOCCER BASE TO KICK OFF DESPITE PROTEST; pounds 1m centre of excellence likely to be approved but local residents say they will continue fight to stop it. 324
Swimmers lap up the medals. 103
Symbolic touch as old pals say farewell to 'Flower'. 162
TENNIS: CHAMPIONS. 135
TENNIS: Tim's Davis Cup blow for Britain. 95
Town CCTV project wins praise; NETWORK OF 16 CAMERAS HAVE ALREADY CAUGHT ATTACKERS IN ACTION. 269
Town could pilot safety measures; 'PANIC POINTS' WOULD PUT PEOPLE IN DANGER IN TOUCH WITH CONTROL ROOM STAFF. 311
Vinnie Jones theft and assault charges dropped. 185
Visit Far Gosford Street and discover the world of food all in one place; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 605
WIN a stay in Sound of Music country; THERE'S pounds 9,000 WORTH OF HOLIDAYS TO BE WON IN OUR GAMECARD CONTEST. 422
WIN A VIP day out at the Number Ten centre. 271
Woman found covered in blood. 111

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