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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 12, 2003)

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'Great moment' as cornerstone laid; pounds 1.1m centre taking shape. 300
'We don't want road to be full of flats' Planners throw out bid to convert house into apartments. 261
...but these pupils are getting ready to tread the boards. 131
A surefire way to get safety message across. 156
Angry city postmasters in threat of action. 255
Arson theory as flat burns. 349
Beat summer blues in style. 84
Bid to step up borough's recycling efforts. 166
Cash doesn't go up in smoke. 97
Castle marks our medieval queen. 150
Changes at music festival. 86
Children invited to learn skills of the circus. 97
CIA takes the blame for speech blunder. 272
City cabbies' fury at sneaky licence dodge; 'NUNEATON TAXI-DRIVERS PLYING TRADE ILLEGALLY IN COVENTRY'. 352
Co-op joins battle to stop yobs. 177
Company defends bid to sue Diana fund. 232
Concert-ed effort to raise cash. 180
Couple collect schools honour. 151
CRICKET: Bears delay champions. 465
CRICKET: C and NW charge into KO final. 144
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Hubble retains veterans crown. 149
Diana charities fight for survival. 215
Disabled project gets help. 114
Disc-cutter clue to hit-and-run raiders; Plea in hunt for gang who knocked down woman PC. 308
Displays ruined after winning judges' praise. 187
Do you know this woman? 112
Don't be fooled by 'cash prize' scam; Warning over expensive texts. 289
Double, double trouble for city family! 261
Drivers blamed for their part in snarl-up. 209
Drunken Tracy hit Hepburn. 83
Festival gets set to mark its 10th birthday. 196
FLAT GREEN BOWLS: Ex-champs in last four. 129
FOOTBALL: DELE'LL DO FOR ME, SAYS MACCA; Striker gets thumbs up from boss after promising debut. 429
FOOTBALL: Donnelly and Pead fire City to victory; NEW-LOOK SKY BLUES KICK-OFF TOUR WITH A STROLL. 603
FOOTBALL: Fowler set for Terriers. 96
Gifts from Mother Nature; CHILDREN HAVE FANTASTIC SCHOOL GARDEN THANKS TO A MUM'S DESIGN SKILLS. 272
Go-ahead given for nursery. 109
GOLF: Elson boosts Mouland. 544
Hospital role for Sawdon. 84
IN THE COURTS: Jail for driver who defied ban. 504
It's goodbye Lisa and hello again to Jon. 253
It's time to do something about perils on our roads; View from the clock tower. 438
it's your shout!: Studs? They're just stupid!; Where teenagers set the agenda. 539
Jean just can't say goodbye. 164
LETTERS: your views. 1163
Live Forever lives forever. 132
Move to peg teachers' pay. 90
Mrs Hamilton tells of her work as PA. 133
MURDER PROBE DRAWS BLANK; Five weeks and 475 interviews on, police no nearer finding Joe's killer. 319
Musical fame for all the school! 153
Old folk show they know how to party!; ROCK 'N' ROLL IS ALL PART OF THE FUN AT BIRTHDAY BASH FOR PENSIONERS. 318
Part of store ceiling collapses. 170
Plan now for winter savings. 199
Planner never forgot his city roots. 303
POLICE QUIZ 475 IN HUNT FOR JOE'S KILLER; Shooting inquiry is 'painstaking'. 344
POLLUTION WATCH. 148
pounds 3,000 boost for groups. 118
pounds 9,000 worth of holidays to be won. 378
Prizes for taking a stand. 90
Prove you're Robbie's biggest fan... and win tickets to see him in concert. 257
Pupils to face '999 alert'. 110
Residents may hold clue to football club theft. 162
Rock stars signing for cathedral at pub gig; USE YOUR TALENTS pounds 50,000 APPEAL: BAND WILL AUTOGRAPH GUITAR FOR RAFFLE WHEN THEY PERFORM AT JAILHOUSE. 396
RUGBY: NUNS FACE PLAYER PROBE; Club hit by work permit row. 308
School gets sports gold. 110
Spade Invaders' treat blossoms. 135
SPEEDWAY: The vikings are coming; CUP CRUNCH FOR BEES. 330
Teenager lands German chance. 130
Throwing money to the dogs! 88
TIME TUNNEL: Playing in the giant's shadow; ... A JOURNEY INTO OUR RICH HERITAGE. 935
TOWN COULD LOSE THEATRE. 417
Two charged with city killing. 99
Warning from MP to euro sceptics. 162
Warning of blips in exam marks. 145
WARNING TO YOUTHS AFTER GARAGE ARSON. 321
Watchdog to keep active to the end. 229
WEEKEND: BOOKS: A tale of shattered peace; THE READING MAZE. 94
WEEKEND: BOOKS: My Favourite Read; THE READING MAZE. 82
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Novel fails to live up to its opening scene; THE READING MAZE. 214
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 115
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Have pots of fun being a world snooker champion; Review. 212
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Wonder websites. 86
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE; Review. 199
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Summer stroll for a sunny day. 904
WEEKEND: FOOD: Bear necessities; ANN EVANS FINDS A PUB'S NEW SUMMER MENU IS COOKING UP CUSTOM. 473
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 331
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Perfect place for happy family; AFTER A TOUGH WEEK'S JUDGING, THE WINNERS OF THIS YEAR'S EVENING TELEGRAPH GARDEN OF THE YEAR COMPETITiON ARE REVEALED. 826
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Plant of the week. 127
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 216
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Lively Diesel has lots of va va voom; PUPPY MAKES LONG TRIP FROM IRELAND AND SOON DEVELOPS A TASTE FOR PLAY AND ALTON FAMILY'S SHOES. 441
WEEKEND: PET SOS: ME & MY PET: Rottweiler enjoys twice the fun. 173
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Holiday snaps. 225
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Telegraph on Tour. 278
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Wave goodbye to the old cruise; FREESTYLE CRUISING IS THE LATEST OPTION IN HOLIDAYS ABOARD LUXURY LINERS - AND IT'S PROVING TO BE A WINNING FORMULA. 1143
WEEKEND: UNPLUGGED: I can't believe it's someone's job to name paint. 448
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: Hooray for Holby-wood. 981
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: HOT GOSSIP: . . . what's happening in the world of showbiz. 321
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV. 224
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: STAR PROFILE: Patrick's new enterprise is in top gear. 325
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV. 218
WEEKEND: WIN: ...tickets to the Coventry Festival to see Liberty X, Blazin' Squad and more. 232
WEEKEND: WIN: feast for summer PLUS a year-long treat for your dog. 244
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS. 333
Winging their way onto bookshelves; EX-LIBRARIAN AND POLICEMAN TEAM UP FOR BOOK ON BUTTERFLIES. 253
WOMAN JAILED FOR THEFT FROM COUNCIL. 319

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