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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 19, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
'Back draught' danger at blaze. 194
'It feels like we've grown up together'. 449
50 Thermo Forks to give away. 149
A lasting reminder of pupils is on the wall. 145
A leap of faith for a good cause. 189
Adam meets author. 100
Anger at Rover job loss shocker; PRODUCTION MOVE TO MERSEYSIDE AFTER WARNING FROM BOSS. 433
Band takes top spot in the sun; BUDAPEST TO PLAY IN EUROPE'S BIGGEST MUSIC FESTIVAL. 326
Band's pub gig in aid of children's charity. 123
Battle of the sexes settled. 167
Bugsy's a blast for pupils. 147
BUS FIRM WARNED OF DANGER BEFORE CRASH; Council told trees too low. 253
Call over venue of health meetings. 132
Career ends on a high; school retirements. 337
Children warned on fire danger. 294
Cigarette blamed for blaze. 101
City ambulance boss quits in contracts row. 270
COMPUTER MAN'S CHILD PORN SHAME; Police discover 1,778 indecent pictures. 268
Crews fly to rescue of Sooty the dove; COUPLE'S FEATHERED FRIEND FREED FROM CHIMNEY AFTER FOUR HOURS OF EFFORT. 349
cricket: Highway lift KO Cup in thriller. 123
CRICKET: Highway steal the show in thrilling KO Cup final. 472
Death of 'mole' a tragedy, says PM. 352
Don't let crime figures stop you having a great night out; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 512
Driver dies at crash scene. 99
Fears grow for missing girl. 99
Flights chaos in airport walkout. 212
FOOTBALL: Shearer saves City blushes; THE SKY BLUES WIND UP THEIR TOUR OF GERMANY. 578
FOOTBALL: STILL LOOKING FOR RIGHT FORMULA; Sky Blues suffer more disappointment in Germany. 659
Founder of city's RSPCA mourned. 342
GOLF: Love: I want to be champ. 513
Historic ruins in danger of falling down; CONSERVATION GROUP SAY TOWN'S LISTED BUILDINGS ARE BEING NEGLECTED. 359
History at risk of decay. 168
Holiday sport and fundays. 273
in the courts: Man jailed for flouting driving ban. 293
Inquest over body in cellar. 120
it's your shout!: Is sun lotion too expensive?; Where teenagers set the agenda. 992
Janet has a break after 31 years; school retirements. 176
JOBS AXE HITS ADVICE CENTRE; Debts of pounds 62,000. 396
Judge's rap for porn trial delays. 151
Judges to view floral displays. 174
Keith prefers whiskers. 132
Manslaughter charge after level crossing deaths. 107
MP denies link to Blair attack; 'I WAS NOT BEHIND CRITICAL ARTICLES' SAYS ROBINSON. 680
MP urges action on Land Rover job cuts; 1,000 WORKERS FACE AXE BY PLANS TO MOVE PRODUCTION TO MERSEYSIDE. 547
Mum sets up hospital fundraiser in memory of teenage son. 229
Mums dish out an organic alternative. 179
Next in bid to sell alcohol. 127
Pair call time but take fond memories. 177
PM calls for calm as 'mole' is found dead. 347
Poison found in soil at city plots. 229
Police help to tackle bullying. 107
Protesters petition over danger hedge; GREAT-GRANDMOTHER WANTS GROWTH REMOVED SO TROUBLEMAKERS CAN'T HIDE. 350
Pupils given stern warning over fires; 999 crews fear lives may be at risk after spate of incidents. 375
Pupils illustrate benefits of walk to school; 1,000 COMPETITION ENTRIES REFLECT MESSAGE BEHIND CITY COUNCIL CAMPAIGN. 302
Robinson denies Blair attack link. 221
Selfish gardeners stop the showers. 304
Show call to artists. 109
SPEEDWAY: Make or break for determined Bees; SPOTLIGHT ON THE ELITE LEAGUE. 308
Sporty fun for holidays. 83
Summer soccer is a boost for kids. 154
Then there were four ... 127
Tim aiming to let sparks fly in Kosovo; Entertainer to take part in arts festival. 278
TIME TUNNEL: The families who built a new life; 50 YEARS AGO A GROUP OF CITY MEN STARTED TO CREATE THEIR OWN STREET - THANKS TO A CONVERSATION OVERHEARD BY CHANCE AND THE HELP OF AN AGREEABLE BANK MANAGER. 1072
Transexual's bias claim rejected; Postie could not use female toilets. 393
Warning over holiday fires. 112
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Escaping to a life in the country. 94
WEEKEND: BOOKS: My Favourite Read. 93
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Spirits broken by violence. 205
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 107
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Villainy behind the scenes of the war. 194
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Reckless stunts drive this slick, 70s offering; Review. 582
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Take to the hills for some superb views. 629
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 249
WEEKEND: FOOD: Neelam picks Gandhi as dinner guest. 127
WEEKEND: FOOD: Pupils' salad days; ANN EVANS SEES YOUNGSTERS GIVE LUNCH BOXES A FRESH APPROACH. 494
WEEKEND: GARDEDNING: Plant of the Week - Freesia. 195
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Mediterranean masterpiece; THESE PATIOS HAVE GOT POTS AND POTS TO OFFER - MAKING THEM A WINNER IN OUR GARDEN OF THE YEAR COMPETITION. 698
WEEKEND: Great savings on autumn and winter veg. 469
WEEKEND: ME AND MY PET: My dogs have been my joy and salvation. 147
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 256
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Cheeky chaps that love a cuddle; LINDSEY AND STEPHEN BUCKLEY DISPEL THE MYTH THAT FERRETS ARE HORRIBLE SMELLY CREATURES. 473
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Help sniffing out criminals. 92
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Family day out. 158
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: High old time in the Alps. 1069
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Telegraph on Tour. 107
WEEKEND: TV: Door to fame - or oblivion? 869
WEEKEND: TV: SATURDAY TV. 249
WEEKEND: TV: STAR PROFILE: Leonard's Enterprising screen career. 311
WEEKEND: TV: SUNDAY TV. 247
WEEKEND: Why park life's much too scary for me; UNPLUGGED. 531
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS:What's the proper way to bath my muddy dog? 566
Where's the harm in flying the flag?; NO OBJECTIONS TO NATIONAL SYMBOL, EXCEPT TO THE TIME SPENT DISCUSSING IT. 466
Why shouldn't our town fly St George's flag with pride?; VIEW FROM THE CLOCK TOWER. 412
WIN 7-night family holiday to Malta worth pounds 2,800. 388
WIND FARM PLAN FOR MASTS SITE. 289
Youngsters are getting the basics right. 186
Youth trip will bring us closer. 143

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