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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 21, 2003)

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'Blue ribbon' award for ward's catering. 183
'COLLECTIONS ARE RUBBISH' 13,000 sign petition over wheelie-bin changes. 237
'We've got your cards marked' POLICE DELIGHT AT SUCCESS OF NEW TOOL IN WAR ON BURGLARS. 253
650-mile walk of hope. 118
A window of opportunity for sex shop. 163
Bard's last resting place lies crumbling; PLEA FOR HELP TO REPAIR HISTORIC 800-YEAR-OLD CHURCH. 291
BOXING: Defeats a spur for Lewis. 232
Burglary by thin intruder. 157
Businesses put pupils to the test. 126
City leader speaks up for 24-hour drinking; Change in law 'would be a boon'. 226
CRICKET: Quickfire Bears bag another superb win. 399
CRICKET: Trescothick on high. 553
Cut energy costs online; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: One minute to check - one minute to switch. 296
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Ex-track stars invited to reunion. 325
Diverse district's fun week begins. 119
Divine help for runners. 144
Ex panel beater's steely resolve; DAVID FINALLY FULFILS DREAM. 308
Families win homes battle; CELEBRATION AFTER DEVELOPMENT IS REFUSED PLANNING PERMISSION. 232
Fear on campus after sex attacks. 207
Fireball protest plea. 93
Firefighters' fury at 'petty' axe of union posts. 217
First-class tips to beat thieves; POLICE ON HAND TO GIVE CUSTOMERS ADVICE ON KEEPING THEIR PROPERTY SAFE. 345
Garden project set to hits the airwaves. 258
Get fit and feel fantastic; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 365
GOLF: Broadhurst is back in the bigtime; THE DIAGEO CHAMPIONSHIP AT GLENEAGLES. 409
GOLF: The tougher the better says Montgomerie; THE DIAGEO CHAMPIONSHIP. 484
Hain attacks media coverage. 188
Hats off to charity effort. 185
Heart probe goes straight into use; Doctor praises work of fundraisers. 365
Hello sunshine! 134
Husband is cleared of raping his wife. 248
IN THE COURTS: Violent behaviour lands man in jail. 514
Interest shown in city's empty store. 203
it's your shout!: Sunbed tans not such a bright idea for children; Where teenagers set the agenda. 541
JOBS ON THE LINE IN BUDGET BATTLE; 53 may lose transport work in social services cash crisis. 361
Knifed dad tracks down stab suspect; CITY BUSINESSMAN TAKES ANOTHER STEP IN HIS FIGHT FOR JUSTICE. 372
Last ditch bid to save trees; 'THINK AGAIN' PLEA ON PLAN TO CHOP DOWN CHESTNUTS. 346
LETTERS: your views. 820
Lions aim to raise a raft of cash. 138
M6: Dead man is identified. 119
Magical book grips nation. 161
Make dash for charity. 134
Man locked up for cabbie knife threat; MAN TOOK BLADE TO SPEAK TO TAXI DRIVER IN ROW OVER ALLEGED ASSAULT. 325
Man on murder bid charge. 141
MARTIAL ARTS: Atomic haul of trophies. 80
Midnight 'feast' of Harry Potter. 151
Midnight feast for Harry Potter fanatics; WIZARD'S FIFTH ADVENTURE GOES ON SALE. 1107
Offer to check safety of car seats. 234
On a run for your money. 230
ON THE DRAWING BOARD. 121
Open your eyes and see the city as it is; IT'S TIME TO STOP BELIEVING IN THE GRIM OLD IMAGE OF COVENTRY, SAYS PETER. 501
Petition for greater safety at junction; VOLUME OF TRAFFIC BLAMED FOR INCREASE IN NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS. 253
Police praise courage of fire rescue family; PAIR RECEIVE COMMENDATIONS AT CONSTABULARY AWARDS CEREMONY. 443
Potter at midnight. 164
Potty about Harry; FANS ARRIVE BY THE SCORE TO GET THEIR HANDS ON LATEST TALE OF SCHOOLBOY WIZARD. 452
Potty about Harry; HUNDREDS OF BEWITCHED FANS QUEUE FOR HOURS TO GETS THEIR HANDS ON THE LATEST BOOK. 810
pounds 9,000 worth of holiday prizes to be won. 401
Prince of Wales to tour the county. 177
Pupils' dress rehearsal for storybook fun. 151
RUGBY UNION: O'Gara bags 32 points for Ireland. 330
RUGBY: Super England stun champs. 728
Something for all the family at gala. 138
SPEEDWAY: BILLY GETS THE BUZZ FOR TITLE. 487
STEAM IRON USED IN ATTACK; Man found guilty of hitting housemate is remanded. 295
SURJIT APPEAL TO COMMONS. 335
Take extra care after a grim week on our roads; View from the clock tower. 381
TENNIS: Ace Georgia aims high; COVENTRY YOUNGSTER AND BRITISH No 2 BOTH RELISH WIMBLEDON. 91
TENNIS: Thief ruins it all after Rusedski's fine win; COVENTRY YOUNGSTER AND BRITISH No 2 BOTH RELISH WIMBLEDON. 679
text line. 130
There's no match for model cathedral. 130
Villagers make a clean sweep. 104
Water way to learn; GIANT CHESSBOARD HELPS PUPILS FIND OUT ABOUT ENERGY. 207
WEEKEND: BOOKS: A debut full of raw emotion. 113
WEEKEND: BOOKS: A holiday guide for the survival expert. 205
WEEKEND: BOOKS: My Favourite Read. 81
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Pulp fiction thrills all the way. 126
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 107
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: One-button action just brings on the yawning; Review. 257
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE:; Review. 185
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Historic interest to family ramble. 503
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 307
WEEKEND: FOOD: Spice road turns to south; MOTHER'S HOME COOKING INSPIRES FAMILY TO SPECIALISE IN AWARD-WINNING FLAVOURS OF A LESS WELL-KNOWN PART OF INDIA. 803
WEEKEND: GARDENING: pounds 5,000 in prizes for our Gardens of the Year; GARDEN OF THE YEAR. 927
WEEKEND: GARDENING: The ultimate watercolour; ARTISTIC COUPLE SPEND 45 YEARS CREATING THEIR IDEAL VILLAGE GARDEN. 684
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: The many chapters of hall's history. 848
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Things we like. 243
WEEKEND: ME AND MY PET: WE WANT TO HEAR ABOUT ALL YOUR PETS. 122
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 199
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Hidden perils could be lurking in your garden. 225
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Little Tegan has big heart. 164
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Will no one love Daisy?; AFTER A YEAR BEING OVERLOOKED BY VISITORS, DOG IS DESPERATE FOR A HOME. 274
WEEKEND: TIME TUNNEL: Corsets, Splendo and the semi-naked lady. 955
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Family day out. 392
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Holiday snaps. 212
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Telegraph on Tour. 143
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Tune in to slow show; NORFOLK'S UNSPOILT BEACHES AND QUIET VILLAGES ARE PERFECT FOR TOURISTS AND TV COMEDIANS. 1039
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Wish I was there ... Reader's report. 637
WEEKEND: UNPLUGGED: All dignity disappears in front of dishy Darius. 513
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV. 267
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: STAR PROFILE: Actress's talent soon spotted. 251
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV. 256
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: Tony still gets his hands dirty. 1102
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: TV GOSSIP. 320
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: Wives needed to swap places. 131
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: Chinchillas too nervous to be handled. 589
William's long night of 21st celebrations. 234
WORLD GOES POTTER POTTY; Students join rush to buy a winner. 386

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