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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 13, 2003)

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Airline in jobs cutback. 122
Airport protesters in flights deadlock; Move to block threat leads to frustration. 295
Better news on rescued boss. 121
Blair set to ring more ministerial changes. 304
BOWLS: Junior challenge looks a knockout. 273
Burglar is chased off. 84
Church milestone. 97
Community centre wins cash from EU. 210
Council hails a lot of rot. 123
Council tenants' platform. 82
Couple draw up e-fit of gunman. 138
COUPLE'S KITTENS WERE LEFT TO STARVE; Estranged husband and wife banned from keeping animals for five years after court told how pets died. 393
Court pledge by stab victim's family. 166
COVENTRY MYTON HOSPICE APPEAL: Bringing care closer to families; PATIENTS PRAISE MYTON HOSPICE FOR TAKING THE FEAR OUT OF ILLNESS - BUT JUST WISH IT WAS ON THEIR DOORSTEP. 1019
COVENTRY MYTON HOSPICE APPEAL: Plea for more volunteers to help. 378
Cricket. 113
CRICKET: BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE: C&NW need a win to raise their spirits. 271
CRICKET: COVENTRY & DISTRICT KO CUP: Clubs put KO cup prize high on their lists. 449
CRICKET: Wasim says new cup will be big hit. 481
CRICKET: WIN: A superb DVD with the highlights of this year's cricket World Cup. 285
Crime protectors to take to the road; HOME SECURITY INITIATIVE TO BE BACKED BY SPECIALIST VAN. 278
DRAG RACING: Ready for take-off. 163
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Boxster top of trade-ins. 81
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: C FOR YOURSELF. 190
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Car keys are latest target for criminals. 304
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Classics go under the hammer. 126
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Cleaner style for the 70s; CLASSIC WHEELS: DATSUN 1800. 244
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: COPEN TOP MOTORING. 942
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Coventry gears up for motor show spectacle. 155
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: DRIVING SHORTS. 150
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: DRIVING TEST; Put your skills to the test. 127
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: FREE music CD of driving classics for every reader; Plus great bargain music offers. 420
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Full of e-motion. 86
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: GREEN MACHINE; D-4D diesel is the model of economy. 671
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: MG moving into fast lane. 123
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: MOTORBIKES: SCOOTING TO THE TOP. 561
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Pinzgauer wins pounds 7m MoD deal. 89
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: REAL ESTATE. 343
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: SUMMER BREEZE; Fun, style and affordability. 505
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: TAKE FIVE. 214
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: URBAN WARRIOR. 566
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: X-CEPTIONAL. 672
Firefighters split on deal; MIXED FEELINGS AS SETTLEMENT MARKS END TO BITTER DISPUTE. 364
Flats to go up near bungalows; BUILDING BLOW TO DREAM OF QUIET RETIREMENT. 286
FOOTBALL: Boro face Phillips' men. 144
FOOTBALL: Ginnelly considers future. 498
FOOTBALL: Ross quits Bedworth for Redditch. 199
FOOTBALL: Sky Blues' Masters on parade. 439
FOOTBALL: Southam avoid the drop. 395
FOOTBALL: Stars add a touch of class. 172
FOOTBALL: Thelwall goes to Hull City. 91
FOOTBALL: Upson is happy with life at top. 218
FOOTBALL: Woan's No.1. 353
FREE: game of bowling for every reader at MEGABOWL. 214
Funny, fast and furious; REVIEW. 165
Gala gears up for fun. 83
Gardeners young and old get ready to bloom. 158
Get in step to make music; Young fun runners call their own tune. 323
GO: ART: BRUSH STROKES. 204
GO: ART: SEE THE STARS OF TOMORROW. 542
GO: CINEMA: BACK TO BASIC FOR JOHN; Pulp Fiction and Get Shorty star explains why Chicago wasn't his kind of film. 497
GO: CINEMA: Guy Thing is too lovey dovey. 186
GO: CINEMA: NICE 'ID'EA FOR MURDER MYSTERY. 374
GO: CINEMA: You won't get much more dumb than dumberer. 195
GO: CLASSICAL: FROM RUSSIA WITH A BANG. 546
GO: COUNTRY: Scottish voice rings out at the Silver Dollar club. 315
GO: FOLK: Enjoy festival of folk from Oz to Highlands. 337
GO: JAZZ: All stars line up as Waterworks keeps afloat. 175
GO: JAZZ: JAZZ NOTES. 105
GO: JAZZ: NIGHTINGALE IN MELLOW MOOD. 208
GO: ROCK: ON THE BRINK OF A BREAKTHROUGH. 658
GO: ROCK: SOUND BITES. 258
GO: THE LIMIT: GET A 'PEACE' OF THE FESTIVAL ACTION. 566
GO: THEATRE: DOOM PAINTERS' TALE TOLD AT LAST. 309
GO: THEATRE: Noddy shows children magic of the theatre. 128
GO: THEATRE: STAGE WHISPERS. 443
GO: VIDEO: Simmering thriller soon comes to the boil. 576
GOLF: Early start for Deer Park. 179
GOLF: TOM ROLLS BACK THE DECADES!; U.S. OPEN GOLF: Emotional Watson dedicates his glory round to tragic caddy Bruce. 585
Great larks in the park for pupils; GOLD MEDAL MAN ADAM HELPS PRESENT THE TROPHIES. 220
Hear tales of war at peace festival; REFUGEES WILL TELL HOW CONFLICT CHANGED THEIR LIVES FOREVER. 293
Help is close at hand for fed-up teens. 268
HOCKEY: Games graduates passing on skills. 377
Hundreds of guns go into the melting pot. 155
I'm ready to pay pounds 26,000 to see wreck of the Titanic; 'I JUST WANT TO GO AND PAY MY RESPECTS' SAYS FANATICAL SHOP OWNER. 564
IN THE COURTS: Man jailed for theft from HMV. 1190
INDOOR GAMES: Abbey put Bermuda out of cup. 205
Inquest told of biker's speeding; CORONER RECORDS VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH ON TEENAGER. 396
Is your family off to the States? 104
Jamaica me happy. 81
Kenneth wants to win another holiday...and YOU could win too! 207
Learn woodturning. 86
LETTERS: your views. 1291
Little tots take big toddle. 157
M1 carnage man released on bail. 354
Militants marked for death. 93
Minister launches road safety campaign. 238
MoD loses Gulf War Syndrome case. 330
MORE SPEED CAMERAS AS SUPPORT GROWS. 293
More wait for ops at city hospitals; MOBILE OPERATING THEATRE TO FILL GAP UNTIL NEW FACILITIES READY. 323
MOTOR RACING: All systems go, Jenson. 250
My dad's special because ...; FATHER'S DAY. 1196
New delay hits 'body in the boot' inquest. 267
New delay to 'body in boot' inquest. 208
New visitor centre draws in 100,000; RYTON POOLS FACILITY HAILED 'A FANTASTIC SUCCESS' IN FIRST YEAR. 294
Nursery is splashing out. 179
Opinion seekers climb the poll; Asking questions helps win contracts. 308
Paddling pool is back in the swim; MUCH-MISSED SUMMER ATTRACTION REOPENS AFTER UPGRADE. 269
Pensioner's surprise at art honour; PAINTING HELPS EASE WILLIAM'S NERVES. 225
Phyllis keen to hand over precious book; MUM'S DYING WISH WAS TO SEE BARKER FAMILY TRACED. 329
Plea over grandad shooting. 139
Plea to help kit out play area. 191
POLICE COME UNDER ATTACK; Villagers say they don't see a bobby for days. 385
Praise for team as youngsters earn league title. 144
Priest's ashes to be buried tomorrow. 125
Prince Harry set for career in the Army. 147
Prostitutes ordered off district streets; DISOBEYING NEW COURT NOTICE COULD LEAD TO A JAIL SENTENCE. 358
Protesters in Iran call for death of leader. 125
RACING: Bay is ready to dazzle. 230
RACING: Gosden double leaves stable confidence high. 294
RACING: Looks Like Trouble set for shock return. 214
RACING: Punters flock for Hawk Wing. 134
RACING: Ready for a Royal treat. 364
Reflection of garden perfection! 317
Rescuer nipped. 99
RIDDLE OF BUS DEATH TRAGEDY; Police quiz two girls, but say no charges will be brought. 242
Road safety campaign kicked off by minister. 205
RUGBY LEAGUE: Bears have Stags in their sights. 203
rugby union: Barkers' hopes high. 109
RUGBY UNION: Clive's World Cup warning to squad. 390
RUGBY UNION: Cov excited by Tongan signing; WORLD CUP STAR TUIPULOTO SNAPPED UP TO BOOST PROMOTION PUSH. 513
rugby union: Keresley hunt coach. 93
rugby union: Under-14s warm up. 143
Sandie's a special mum. 81
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 114
Show with twist. 92
Sound success in precinct. 193
Speeding fines paying for more spy cameras. 200
Sports Charter. 239
SQUASH: Peter's Spa showdown; ARCH RIVALS TO CLASH AT GUY'S CLIFFE AVENUE. 612
Star's ex in drug probe. 81
Stuart outlines goal for disabled workers. 185
Students put through their paces. 160
Students show the fruits of essential skills programme. 205
Terror threat spelled out. 179
There'll be no courtroom thriller on Jacko's riches. 118
TNT delivers on both counts. 130
Treat dad to a car-themed day. 93
Uplifting coda to a terrible night. 766
Viewers to decide TV wedding details. 206
Villages try out 20mph limits. 128
Watching over the babies . . .; MONITOR GIFT TO HOSPITAL CHILDREN'S WARD COULD HELP SAVE YOUNG LIVES. 229
WE STILL DON'T KNOW HOW ROGER DIED; Two girls quizzed, but police say no-one will be charged after man fell under bus. 364
Will it be Jon this week? 119
Wraps come off Jaguar's first diesel. 289
Young stars make movie magic. 133

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