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

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A civic seal of approval for mop fair. 121
A packed lunch is all you need for Sunday walk. 111
Antiques show comes to Coventry; Flog It! Gives you the chance to make some cash. 335
Baby Olivia on the mend. 167
BASKETBALL: Crusaders lack the team work. 282
basketball: Rocks on a roll. 126
Benefits phone link to help the elderly. 229
Blitz propaganda leaflets in auction; FLYERS DROPPED BY RAF OVER FRANCE AND GERMANY UP FOR SALE. 398
BOXING: Watson applause. 107
Call for more cops after hotel hold up. 213
Cheer for Ali. 98
City float gets set for a capital protest. 162
Classy design. 148
Council staff offered safety sessions. 157
COUPLE TIED UP IN CLUB RAID TERROR; Plea to catch gunmen. 256
CRICKET: Hard going, England; WICKETS TUMBLE AFTER TRESCOTHICK FLOURISH. 431
CRICKET: Proteas coup. 88
CRICKET: Tough going for England; WICKETS TUMBLE AFTER TRESCOTHICK FLOURISH. 516
Delight as otters flourish in county. 393
Delight as twins are separated. 146
EVERYONE MUST WIN WITH THE STADIUM; IT'S CRUNCH WEEK FOR CITY'S BIG ARENA PLAN. 408
Extra back-up in crime fight; COMMUNITY SUPPORT OFFICERS PROVE THEIR WORTH AS NEW RECRUITS JOIN. 426
Fire crews told to watch their speed; CONTROLLING AUTHORITY APPROVES ORDER TO SLOW DOWN. 340
Five flee as blaze rips through home. 286
Football coach given top award. 164
FOOTBALL: 'The best side didn't go through'. 130
FOOTBALL: Acton earns replay for below-par Boro. 1340
FOOTBALL: Alpay: I'm being hounded out. 308
FOOTBALL: Dobson: Now we must do it at home; SPOTLIGHT ON THE NON-LEAGUE AND FA CUP SCENE. 404
FOOTBALL: Ferdinand to face FA charge over drugs test. 344
FOOTBALL: Gamble pays off for delighted Hollywood; SPOTLIGHT ON THE NON-LEAGUE AND FA CUP SCENE. 340
FOOTBALL: Jenkins, Smith boost Knitters; SPOTLIGHT ON THE NON-LEAGUE AND FA CUP SCENE. 348
FOOTBALL: LEWER IN QUIT THREAT; Boro boss decides on future after fan abuse. 500
FOOTBALL: Managers see red over refs referes spotlight. 603
FOOTBALL: My lucky escape from red tide of hostility. 458
FOOTBALL: Reggae Boyz 'not disgraced'. 162
FOOTBALL: Scotland face Holland in play-off. 144
football: Starkey off as Town crash. 159
FOOTBALL: WARD'S BACK IN ACTION; City keeper set for debut after injury. 329
FOOTBALL: Yvette scores two on debut. 350
FORMULA ONE: Schumacher will chase new glory; RECORD-BREAKER RULES OUT RETIREMENT. 565
Four robbed in violent attacks; CASH, HANDBAG AND MOBILE PHONES STOLEN UNDER THREATS. 386
Funds boost for city farm. 150
Girls are lengths ahead of the rest; AWARDS FOR FRIENDS WHO WERE FASTEST IN CHARITY SWIM CHALLENGE. 391
Glass company fined over safety breaches; CITY FIRM ADMITS OFFENCES AFTER EMPLOYEE'S ANKLE IS SNAPPED IN MACHINE. 532
HEALTH & BEAUTY: ME AND MY HEALTH. 615
health & beauty: Pinning down a back pain cure. 1294
health & beauty: Skincare: BEAUTY NEWS. 285
HOTEL PARTY RAID TERROR; Gun is held to guest's head as safe is plundered. 306
Hunt riders ready to break the law. 228
I can see off salesmen - but I'll pay anything for Basil's health; maureen spring on Monday. 606
ICE HOCKEY: Off-colour Blaze run out of time!; DEVILS ROMP TO EASY SKYDOME VERDICT. 486
IDS file handed to watchdog. 88
in the courts: Teenager back behind bars. 965
Jail for man who stole from firefighters' lockers. 283
Joint effort raises cash for hospice. 252
Joyrider veered into my house; FAMILY HAS A LUCKY ESCAPE AS STOLEN CAR PLOUGHS INTO HOME. 295
Kerbside collections to expand. 198
Know what you're taking. 162
Last bid to stop tyre burn plans; COUNCIL URGED TO CONSIDER LEGAL ACTION AGAINST CEMENT FIRM. 189
Lessons on safer cycling. 121
LETTERS: your views. 1485
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS: Proposed EU constitution will bring power back home. 188
Little beauties voted top of the tots; BABY OF THE YEAR WINNERS. 667
Lord Mayor honours craftsmen of the city. 153
Lottery helps films hit jackpot. 144
Man attacked after bus smoking row. 235
Man beat girlfriend over head with chair and table legs. 327
Masterful production. 147
Meeting to talk of seat moves. 125
Motorbikes and duvets used in raids. 269
MOTORSPORT: Crash mars IRL showpiece. 103
Mourners say farewell to teacher Rita. 169
MP to open festive store. 125
Mugger jailed for preying on elderly; DRUG ADDICT USED VIOLENCE TO STEAL WOMEN'S HANDBAGS. 267
on the drawing board: Plan for dental surgery at old shop. 202
Patients treated in new theatre. 118
People fed up with 'jargon' in mail. 204
Play facilities 'would help the most'. 242
Police plea over hit-and-run. 100
pounds 1.4m EXTRA FOR COUNCIL HOUSING. 344
pounds 600,000 pilot scheme to go green. 157
Protest aims to stop arms trade; AS GUN CRIME HITS HEADLINES, CITY SEES LAUNCH OF NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR TOUGHER CURBS. 350
RACING: Collier Hill to score in style. 504
rugby union: Cov fade after early promise. 813
RUGBY UNION: Dallaglio defends cup format. 103
RUGBY UNION: Injuries force Wood call...; ENGLAND OFF TO EXPECTED HIGH-SCORING START BUT AT WHAT COST? 574
RUGBY: Cov go on the defensive in bid to halt slide. 303
Second buyout at engineering firm; Partner predicts boom time over next two years. 372
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 113
Show can go on. 80
SNOOKER: Williams hungry for more success. 375
Soaps vying for TV gongs. 85
SPEEDWAY: Bees get second crack at Poole. 243
SPEEDWAY: Tight squeeze but Bees are in final; COVENTRY SURVIVE WOLVES ATTACK TO SEAL AGGREGATE TRIUMPH. 645
Spiritual leader visits. 104
Squaring the Arena circle; COVENTRY ARENA DECISION. 2220
SWIMMING. 230
Teachers step up tests fight. 97
text line. 252
That Elvis moment. 91
Thousands of homes could be built in city; WHITEFRIARS REVEALS AMBITIOUS PLANS FOR HOUSE-BUILDING IN COVENTRY. 405
Tough action call on speedy drivers. 193
Trust fined pounds 8,000 over death. 296
Visit to see site of flats plans. 103
Want your own company? 208
Watchdog to look at sleaze claim file. 282
White van speeds off after hit-and-run crash. 99
WIN Return flights to European destinations worth pounds 12,000. 274
Woman grabbed around throat. 158
Woman is slashed with broken bottle; VIOLENT ROBBERS MAKE OFF WITH GOLD CHAIN AND HANDBAG. 261
Youth, 17 quizzed over sex attack. 117

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