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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 5, 2003)

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Actor made ill by water. 86
Aids for deaf to roll in. 92
Appeal after gun fired into home; 'EARLY STAGES' OF INQUIRY INTO ATTACK ON FAMILY HOUSE. 333
Awards programme invites designs for life. 177
Barry to face SAS challenge. 216
Big Bro hit by security alert. 169
Black police officers launch group. 167
Comrades honour victim of crash; WREATH-LADEN CASKET WAS ADORNED WITH RAF CAP AND GULF WAR MEDAL. 449
COUNCIL WORKER'S CHILD PORN SHAME; Son takes pictures to school by mistake. 325
Crafts go to market. 99
Crafts to aid appeal. 90
CRICKET: Wagh and Bell hit back to put Bears in control. 385
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Aces celebrate golden years. 155
EQUESTRIAN: Sarah makes her mark in Juniors. 188
FOOTBALL: DREAM TEAM; Morrell and Adebola looking to build a potent partnership. 383
football: Gascoigne wanted Newcastle return. 306
Fun run boosts charity coffers. 114
Gang's victim under attack again; PAPER SET ALIGHT AND PUSHED THROUGH LETTER BOX WHILE MAN SLEEPS. 220
Getting in touch with the child within. 156
Gun to help play go with a bang. 168
Head bids farewell to successful school. 130
Heathcare meetings. 83
History of county's schools published; 900 years of classroom life. 278
History of county's schools published; Pupil strike is one detail in 900 years. 279
How the Herbert will look in 2004; pounds 2M MUSEUM MAKEOVER WILL SEE THE DEMOLITION OF TOURIST CENTRE. 330
How YOU can make sure YOUR area is in the news. 256
I'm signing off now, but I'll be leaving you in safe hands; voice of the north. 475
Images of child porn snare father of two; Man jailed after son mistakenly takes computer disc into school. 415
IN THE COURTS: Heroin woman is spared a prison sentence. 360
Injured player gets boost. 92
It's the hard cell for a life of crime! 504
it's your shout!: Hunting - cruelty or pest control?; Where teenagers set the agenda. 549
Left in bid to 'save' Labour. 81
LETTERS: your views. 1168
Lib Dems 'are soft on yobs' says MP. 302
Lib Dems 'soft on yobs' says Ainsworth; MP'S ATTACK FOLLOWS FAILURE TO SUPPORT ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR BILL. 290
Lots of laughs in store at theatre. 210
Man steals purse from woman, 83. 98
Meeting. 100
MEP in call for debate on GM foods. 137
Minister praises teen plan. 104
Morris voted best by Houses. 336
Mum jumps for dear life. 182
Music world mourns a soul legend. 295
NEW CLUES IN HUNT FOR SEX ATTACKER; Officers release second picture. 356
ON THE DRAWING BOARD: Plan for flat above shop. 159
Paramedic Matt is on way to Iraq; TEARFUL FAREWELL AS TA SOLDIER SETS OFF FOR SIX MONTHS. 202
Poetry fights racism. 124
Pop in the park. 80
Potter fans rise to challenge of the Phoenix. 532
pounds 11,000 staff loos last just one year; COUNCIL UNDER FIRE AFTER TOILETS MAKE WAY FOR REGENT WORK. 443
pounds 9,000 worth of holidays to be won. 417
Rik Mayall banned for speeding. 92
Roll up. roll up for circus fun. 105
School leavers celebrate with ballroom glitz; LEAVERS' BALL PICTURE SPECIAL. 240
School under fire over new footpath; Building work has not been approved. 362
Search at home of Jodi's boyfriend. 152
Sex attack on woman. 89
Silence is golden for African village. 106
SPEEDWAY: This can't go on says Angry Pratt; BEES CRASH TO THIRD SUCCESSIVE ELITE LEAGUE DEFEAT. 633
Station scheme means roads revamp; Transport links need modernisation, say traffic chiefs. 377
STOCK CARS: Stars line-up for old friend. 248
Teddy cake to help centre for kids. 142
TENNIS: Federer 'is the new Pistol Pete'. 422
TENNIS: Phillipoussis learns from past. 175
TENNIS: SW 19 DIARY; ALL THE LATEST FROM WIMBLEDON. 310
Thanks to all those who helped make the news; view from the clock tower. 320
TIME TUNNEL: Digging in to city's history; ... A JOURNEY INTO OUR RICH HERITAGE. 969
TOGETHER AT LAST; Father and daughter meet for first time - thanks to the Evening Telegraph. 526
Top marks for young helpers. 97
TOWN SET TO GO CALYPSO CRAZY!; Caribbean carnival to return after three years. 237
Tribute to forgotten 'war' heroes of Suez; FORMER SERVICEMAN'S LETTER TO PRIME MINISTER BLAIR GETS RESULTS. 463
WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV. 216
WEEKEND: Becoming unhinged over door slamming debacle; UNPLUGGED. 527
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Harry's back on the beat. 213
WEEKEND: BOOKS: My Favourite Read. 92
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Take peep into diarist's world. 141
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 115
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Brute Force isn't quite strong enough to beat off its rivals; Review. 431
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Village with a mining past. 507
WEEKEND: FOOD: Canny cookery!; ANN EVANS meets the keen cook who can perform miracles with a can of macaroni cheese. 484
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 259
WEEKEND: FOOD: Win a fabulous food hamper; FOOD & DRINK CLUB. 226
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Garden entrants hold their breath; OUR COMPETITION JUDGES DECIDING ON THE SHORT-LIST. 317
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Nursery's sweet way to mark open show. 107
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Plant of the week. 161
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Win a family day out to Blenheim Palace; GARDENING CLUB. 197
WEEKEND: ME & MY PET: Abandoned hamster is now in clover. 276
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give a cat a home? 250
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Don't trifle with Candy; PENSIONER JOAN'S 'BEST FRIEND' STILL HAS A TIGER IN HER TANK AT THE AGE OF 14. 379
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Neutering cats good for their health. 135
WEEKEND: PET SOS: RSPCA open day looks to go with a whirl. 242
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Family day out. 212
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Holiday snaps for romantics. 302
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Telegraph on Tour l Telegraph on Tour. 197
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Welcome to a small world; THEME PARKS FOR GROWN-UPS AND TINIES ARE ALL WITHIN EASY REACH ON HAMPSHIRE BREAK. 636
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Wish I was there ... Reader's report. 446
WEEKEND: TV: HOT GOSSIP . . . what's happening in the world of showbiz, with Marion McMullen. 303
WEEKEND: TV: Mining a rich seam in drama. 969
WEEKEND: TV: SATURDAY TV. 203
WEEKEND: TV: STAR PROFILE: Funny man at the height of his fame. 307
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: Guinea pig having hard time on its feet. 549
Wimbledon date for city tennis star Georgia, 11. 171
Work to protect children praised. 164
Young given project chance. 122

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