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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 10, 2003)

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'Super' speed cameras in place. 122
999 staff call for merger inquiry; CITY PARAMEDICS FEAR TRANSFER TO COUNTY THREATENS PATIENTS. 364
A head of steam for village festival. 84
Action urged to help bridge skills gap; Bosses' leader calls for help to build links. 291
Anti-airport lobbyists have their say; ONE IN THREE OF RESPONSES TO AIRPORT PLANS ARE FROM THE MIDLANDS. 238
Attack ends night out. 84
Be a positive force in a child's life. 241
Bee sting leaves father fighting for life. 184
BOWLS: County's tour de fours! 248
BOWLS: Reynolds rules roost. 812
Boxing clever for art show. 166
Building their knowledge. 184
Call for action on town post office; Council urged to take charge of the situation. 413
Call on Aids crisis. 100
Cigarette ploy left two empty-handed. 111
City's young artists go wild. 225
Concern at rise in 'drink-binge' holidays. 107
Crash man punctures his lung. 91
CRICKET: Carter's short, sharp shocks; DROPPED CATCHES COSTLY FOR WARWICKSHIRE. 502
CRICKET: England waiting on Johnson for Lord's. 184
CRICKET: I'd have paid to watch that! 1320
CRICKET: Super Sear's 7-6 steals the spotlight. 489
Dad's sting fight. 114
Delicacies to tempt your taste buds; CONTINENTAL MARKET TO REVIVE MEMORIES OF HOLIDAY FARE. 299
Disappointing results in child car seat check. 172
Doctor told to give the evidence; ROW OVER HOSPITAL DEATH CLAIM. 440
Drivers taken to hospital after accident. 98
DRUGS CRACKDOWN HAILED A SUCCESS; Nearly 300 people arrested in a year as seizures continue. 283
Familiesoffered support. 125
Family devastated after crash tragedy; HEARTBROKEN WIDOW STRUGGLES TO COME TO TERMS WITH HUSBAND'S DEATH. 447
Family devastated after dad's crash tragedy; HEARTBROKEN WIDOW STRUGGLES TO COME TO TERMS WITH HUSBAND'S DEATH. 493
FOOTBALL: Baggies deal hits a snag. 100
FOOTBALL: Barca's Ron bid. 107
FOOTBALL: BORO GET HOME START BOOSTER; Chippenham first up at Manor Park on August 16. 353
FOOTBALL: CITY PAIR MISS TOUR; Shaw and Gordon hit by injury. 214
FOOTBALL: Del Bosque admits Chelsea approach. 110
FOOTBALL: FIFA chief clears way for GB side. 196
FOOTBALL: McKenzie fuming at missing millions. 474
FOOTBALL: Unhappy Merson talks over move to Saddlers; SPOTLIGHT ON THE NATIONAL SCENE. 285
FOOTBALL: United duo up stake. 97
FOOTBALL: WARMING UP. 85
For a day teds outnumber school pupils. 137
Fuel thief crashes in getaway. 89
Fun day aims to raise hundreds. 124
Fun run balloon goes into Europe; German walker is thanked for her find. 235
Gareth scores with his hands. 258
GB team backed. 100
George shows skills to the Swiss; YOUNG ENGINEER WINS DIPLOMA OF EXCELLENCE IN TECHNICAL OLYMPICS. 366
Girls get to grips with litter issue; SCHOOL'S PRIDE AS EFFORT EARNS PRAISE FROM LORD MAYOR. 460
Give your views on Swanswell area. 224
GOLF: 'Near perfect' round gives Randle record. 401
GOLF: Eastoe drives first ace - after 25 years. 353
GOLF: Elson thanks his dad. 149
GOLF: Faldo recalls his special day; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL SCENE - AND A LOOK AHEAD TO NEXT WEEK'S OPEN. 784
GOLF: Horton, Warner share honours; SPOTLIGHT ON LOCAL PLAYERS HITTING THE HIGH SPOTS. 236
GOLF: Steve, 15, is Hearsall champion; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL SCENE - AND A LOOK AHEAD TO NEXT WEEK'S OPEN. 335
Grand opening for new county school. 225
Headstones check. 115
Housing firm just keeps on building. 95
I'll always wonder how life might have turned out; Remarkable interview with Michael Shirley - released after spending 15 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit. 1373
ICE HOCKEY: Watkins ready to blaze return trail. 277
IN THE COURTS: Man who breached order is sent to jail. 993
Injured cat now just needs a home. 111
JOBS: Like a duck to water; I GOT MY JOB THANKS TO MY EVENING TELEGRAPH. 657
Keep on dancing! 80
Killer jelly sweets may choke a child. 187
Killer sweets alert. 139
Landlord scoops lottery fortune. 93
LETTERS: your views. 1495
LIFE BEGINS AGAIN FOR MICHAEL SHIRLEY. 268
Mix-uppostpones Picnic Proms; CHARITY CONCERT AND FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR LEFT HIGH AND DRY. 274
Multicultural celebration. 81
Musical duo to raise cash for playground. 216
Myths are just amazing!; CITY'S MYSTERY PLAYS INSPIRE CHILDREN TO STUDY STORIES FROM OTHER CULTURES. 256
New lifesaver in hands of Hillfields. 248
New writing from Coventry published. 136
Nine due in court after swoops. 159
Nine in court after raids. 104
Offering a little light. 135
Old school pals set to reunite. 155
Paper brings a reunion for Betty. 152
Pipe dreams of Sky Blues first team spot. 403
PM must show weapons proof. 121
Police ask for more time to questionsuspects. 194
Police leave their mark. 158
Popular skateboard contest is called off. 266
POSTERS GO UP IN HUNT FOR ATTACKER. 382
pounds 9,000 worth of holidays to be won. 421
Probe into council hire vehicles bill; HIGH INTEREST RATES QUERIED IN BID TO SAVE pounds 180,000 A YEAR. 289
Prove you're Robbie's biggest fan... and win tickets to see him in concert. 294
Pupils pipe up for stage date. 198
Pupils take the tunnel to fun. 151
Pupils take up poppies cause. 196
RACING: Drugs stunner for Derby dog Droopys. 154
RACING: Macadamia's ready to take step up. 660
RACING: Rashid's Lad looks part. 404
Rayner in hospital. 100
Recycling to help hospice. 129
Red wine and brain games keep ageing at bay. 291
School strikes gold. 624
SEVEN KILLED IN M-WAY HORROR. 283
Seven killed in M-way pile-up. 244
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 104
Singer on a high note. 121
SPEEDWAY: More injury misery as Bees are crushed; PIRATES OVERPOWER COVENTRY TO STRETCH ELITE LEAGUE LEAD. 530
SPEEDWAY: Rico blow as Bees crash again. 201
Stabbed man is still off work. 218
Summer fun for kids. 87
Superhospitalwins acclaim in top awards. 134
Telegraph supports store's charity drive. 230
Thanks for allthe memories; EVENING TELEGRAPH GIVES CLASSES OF 2003 THE CHANCE TO SEND FAREWELL MESSAGES - STARTING WITH ALLESLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL. 2402
The dress still fits, so let's go down the aisle again; WIFE HOLDS HUSBAND TO HIS WORD AFTER 25 YEARS OF MARRIAGE. 406
Threat of 50p-a-mile fee to drive on a main road; TRANSPORT SECRETARY TELLS OF 'DRASTIC ACTION' NEEDED TO TACKLE RUSH-HOUR CHAOS. 647
Top treatment rating after a heart attack; WARWICK HOSPITAL QUICK TO ADMINISTER CLOT-BUSTING DRUGS. 263
Tour looks behind historic facade. 120
Toy Porsches under hammer. 95
Train smash probe. 104
TV chef Jamie makes plans for a pukka break. 122
Twelve great hours of fun for all. 123
Two die of Legionnaires' disease. 153
Uni hosts science festival. 87
Village getting up steam for big event; Bands to play for crowds. 220
Walk among wildflowers. 159
Watch out for killer jelly sweets. 153
Welcome home boys; BROTHERS LLOYD AND CHRIS ARE BACK WITH THEIR FAMILY AFTER FIGHTING TOGETHER TO HELP CAPTURE IRAQ'S SECOND CITY. 564
Why doesn't this town like Alice?; THERE ISN'T EVEN A CHESHIRE CAT TEA SHOP TO MARK EARLY YEARS OF LEWIS CARROLL - CREATOR OF THE ULTIMATE WONDERLAND. 1396
WIN Grandstand tickets to the British Grand Prix. 289

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