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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (November 7, 2003)

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'Arrogant' education department under fire. 196
'Huntley's hair' link with girls' T-shirts; Court told of find in dustbin. 380
'Let's talk about the future for Jag' CITY MP WANTS A DISCUSSION WITH TOP FORD EXECUTIVES. 223
'My debt to Dr Raj Mattu' SUSPENDED DOC HOMED IN ON HEART PROBLEM IN THE PUB. 439
'My loss just gets harder to bear' REMEMBRANCE DAY. 1073
'Pirate' haul worth pounds 100,000. 128
15-year sentence for violent robber; FORCES 'WILL BE DELIGHTED'. 374
A hole lot of help for play area! 145
A night full of gossip. 128
A toast to profits. 83
Another two held over theft. 87
ART: Botany way an inspiration for Lesley. 524
ATHLETICS: Dwain's waiting game. 112
Auto firm wins top award. 117
BASKETBALL: Crusaders sharpen their shooting. 131
BASKETBALL: WARWICKSHIRE LEAGUE: Youngsters live up to reputation. 265
BOXING: City trio (plus Harry) on show. 374
Boys sentenced for unprovoked attacks. 157
Bravery award for man who saved OAP; COUNTY FIRE CHIEFS HAND OUT HONOURS. 205
Castle plays host to Blue Peter trio. 151
Celebrations... the happiest pictures every day. 324
CHARLES: WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?; It's what everyone is asking. 531
CHARLES: WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?; It's what everyone is asking. 453
Christina goes on show! 143
City where life is years shorter; BUT WOMEN IN KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA LIVE LONGEST. 256
Clear the screen before you drive. 194
Consultants invited to join forum. 113
Couple found shot dead. 80
Couple home after 'cruise from hell'. 337
Couple home after holiday from hell. 226
COVENTRY MYTON HOSPICE APPEAL: Easy ways to lift winter gloom. 410
CRICKET: Flintoff the hero seals England win; ALL-ROUNDER TAKES 4-14 THEN HAMMERS A HALF-CENTURY. 533
CRICKET: Flintoff the hero seals superb win; ALL-ROUNDER TAKES 4-14 THEN HAMMERS A HALF-CENTURY. 535
CRICKET: Vaughan delight at easy win. 150
Dealer's signed fakes. 133
Doctor left me living in fear of fit; SARAH'S TEEN YEARS BLIGHTED BY MISDIAGNOSIS. 396
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: BACK SEAT BARRISTER: How you can avoid going to the dogs; YOUR MOTORING LAW QUESTIONS ANSWERED. 160
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Car care clinic targets women. 139
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Chance to drive top cars. 99
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: DARE TO GO DIESEL; ROAD TEST: JAGUAR X-TYPE 2.0D SE: Stylish rival for Germans for motorway cruising. 547
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: DR. DRIVE: GET COMFY TO BE SAFE; DRIVING SCHOOL. 380
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: HOW SECURE IS YOUR CAR?; CRIME SURVEY. 474
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Jeremy puts his best to the test. 90
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Land Rover challenge returns for second run. 154
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Lecture celebrates the XKs. 128
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: MAZDA'S CLAIM TO SUPREMACY; USED CAR TEST: MAZDA PREMACY: For reliability, it's at the top. 554
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: SEAT OF POWER; SEAT LEON CUPRA: New diesel Cupra. 173
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Sevens put on show at motor museum. 201
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: SPEED TRAP A 'MISTAKE' CAMERA CONFESSION: Motorists fined after 'wrong site' blunder. 294
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Students' old bangers put them in peril. 112
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: THE WRITE STUFF; RANGE ROVER AUTOBIOGRAPHY: Special edition with extras for pounds 70,000. 177
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: TURBOCHARGER; ROAD TEST: BMW 320dT. 665
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: VALUED FREEBIES; THE WEEK'S DEVELOPMENTS. 473
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: VISION OF THE FUTURE; MERCEDES CLS COUPE. 146
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: WATCHWORD IS LUXURY; FIRST DRIVE: LEXUS LS430. 655
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: ZERO HERO; SCOOTELECTRIC: New range of 'green' electric scooters arrive. 243
Ever-young farmers get together again; Memories flood back as calf club founders reunite. 414
Ex-police chief's court writ delayed. 189
Family flee home fire. 91
First ever 'state of borough' debate; PUBLIC INVITED TO TAKE PART IN PROGRESS REVIEW. 225
FOOTBALL: Banned Fitzpatrick out for Boro. 137
FOOTBALL: BORO OUT TO BANISH BLUES; Lewer targets big game for Nuneaton's title bid. 411
FOOTBALL: Borough put faith in youth. 182
FOOTBALL: Confident Knitters face run of vital fixtures. 246
FOOTBALL: FOOTBALL BETTING: England one to avoid on handicap; RACING POST. 390
FOOTBALL: Pair return for Bedworth trip. 336
FOOTBALL: PREMIERSHIP: 'Sound' Dudek has point to prove. 406
FOOTBALL: Showboater Stevenson a marked man! 266
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES BIG MATCH PREVIEW: Breen has Black Cats purring!; SUNDERLAND v SKY BLUES NATIONWIDE DIVISION ONE STADIUM OF LIGHT 3pm TOMORROW. 1347
FOOTBALL: Sky Blues double ticket offer. 144
FOOTBALL: Stern test for Rugby. 138
FOOTBALL: Stern test for upbeat Valley. 199
FOOTBALL: WARD SET FOR DEBUT; City turn to keeper after injury. 395
FREE: chance to win jackpot of pounds 50,000; Vernons. 297
Gipsies could be ousted by bailiffs; LONG-RUNNING DISPUTE COULD COME TO A HEAD IN THE NEW YEAR. 335
Girls' Man Utd shirts had been cut in half; Clothing dumped in bin. 391
GO: CINEMA: HOLLYWOOD GOSSIP. 374
GO: CINEMA: Seabiscuit is a dead cert winner. 354
GO: CINEMA: STUFFY OLD MATRIX. 569
GO: CINEMA: WIFE, MOTHER KICK-ASS REBEL! 605
GO: CINEMA: WIN: ...tickets to see Matrix Revolutions. 177
GO: CLASSICAL: BRASS LASSES HAVE CLASS. 466
GO: COUNTRY: Charlie's wit and repartee is talk of town. 188
GO: FOLK: A TRADITIONAL TOUCH OF ROCK. 310
GO: JAZZ: A MUSICAL BAPTISM OF FIRE. 147
GO: JAZZ: JAZZ NOTES. 213
GO: JAZZ: The Art of entertainment; REVIEW. 172
GO: ROCK: DAVID'S SURE NOT SNEDDON BURIED. 750
GO: ROCK: SOUND BITES. 159
GO: THE LIMIT: CRAY'S GOT THE RED HOT BLUES. 527
GO: THEATRE: Andy fits the Bill for a big show. 198
GO: THEATRE: MY LIFE. 353
GO: THEATRE: Oh yes they are ... in Cinderella. 121
GO: THEATRE: STAGE WHISPERS. 152
GO: THEATRE: THERE'S A STARRY SURPRISE EVERY NIGHT. 546
GO: VIDEO: Sequel really has the X factor. 470
GOLF: Rose and Poulter are blown away. 137
Harry in court triumph. 105
Holly and Jessica 'were asphyxiated' Bodies dumped in an irrigation ditch. 529
Homeowners could unwrap a Christmas interest rates rise. 249
Hospice to share in charity goodwill; CHRISTMAS CARD APPEAL 2003: INVITATION TO JOIN US OR NOMINATE YOUR OWN GOOD CAUSES FOR CASH HELP. 345
I've got Johnno next to my bed at night. 183
ICE HOCKEY: Chartrand may be fighting a losing battle. 315
Imprisonment for debt is barbaric, says Nellist. 317
IN THE COURTS: Man fined for a string of motoring offences. 1398
INDOOR SPORTS: FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES: Newcomers Green Bear topple top side. 207
INDOOR SPORTS: NUNEATON CIU GAMES LEAGUE: Griff too good for champs. 163
Joint bid to stem property firebugs; WHITEFRIARS LOOKING AT WAYS TO SPEED UP DEMOLITION PROCESS. 327
Kidney art. 104
Labour in appeal for unity after Brown rift. 136
Learning this way makes good sense. 208
LETTERS: your views. 815
Marconi staff set to vote on action; Unions say company was negative in talks. 237
Masked raiders grab store cash; LUNCHTIME TERROR AS ROBBERS TARGET SECURITY STAFF IN BUSY SUPERMARKET. 401
Masts site 'is no place for a wind farm'. 148
Mayor to light bonfire. 81
Mixed views on cannabis findings. 251
Move to report crime by text. 190
MP in bid to save 'vital' post offices. 323
My dancing days are all behind me now; DIANE IS STARTING A NEW LIFE WITH 60 YEARS OF HAPPY MEMORIES. 349
My pergola purgatory; Home owner is told: Your 'unauthorised wooden structure' must be pulled down. 392
New drive to prevent fires and crashes; COUNTY FIRE CHIEFS OUTLINE PLANS FOR MODERNISATION. 291
Pamper yourself for a good cause. 139
Paying tribute to heroes. 89
Paying tribute to the fallen heroes. 137
Plaque given a brush-up. 128
Poor roadworks. 83
Prince's charity work carries on ... 151
Prison for driver in crash tragedy; Man caused lover's death while over limit. 389
Prunella is royal insider. 107
Pupils get insight into hospital life. 84
RACING: Final fling for Eddery. 320
RACING: Final fling for Eddery. 303
RUGBY UNION: Cov determined 'to get back on track'. 429
RUGBY UNION: Wilko: We must get it right this time; RUGBY WORLD CUP AUSTRALIA 2003. 635
Service's youth work an example to others. 93
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 99
Smoke ban not to be law in jail. 157
Store raided by knife-wielding robbers. 107
Stores help customers to beat burglars; ELECTRICAL FIRMS GET TOGETHER WITH POLICE TO HAND OUT SECURITY PENS. 268
Strachan claim for pounds 300,000 settled. 168
Teenage addict jailed for string of burglaries; TRAVELLER TARGETED A DOZEN CITY PENSIONERS TO FUND HER DRUG HABIT. 307
text line. 134
The Muslim world in focus. 100
There's a bit of me in Rumpole, says author. 198
Thug jailed for hammer attack on man in pub; VICTIM SUFFERED FRACTURED SKULL BUT THE MOTIVE FOR THE ASSAULT IS UNCLEAR. 331
Tribute to a friend who really cared. 231
TV spotlight to fall on airport scheme; CAMPAIGNERS DELIGHTED BY NEW DOCUMENTARY. 225
Wanna bounce on MTV? 258
Watchdog slams Law Society helpline. 172
We like chatting to our Euro pals. 334
We're all talking about it - whatever it may be; VOX POP. 379
WINTER SNOOKER LEAGUE: Impressive Chestnuts chalk up first victory. 296
Work's a bit of a drama! 138
Yob victims will be able to text police; MOBILE PHONE IDEA FOLLOWS FAILURE THE OF MULTI-LINGUAL RACE CRIME HOTLINE. 238
You're on to a festive winner with the Evening Telegraph. 162
Young fire vandals cause a wheelie-bin crisis. 202

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