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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 22, 2003)

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'Cut GP visits' for new mums. 216
'Electric man' con warning. 123
'Gagged' councillor in appeal to MP; TYRE-BURNING PROTESTER RAPS HER 'RIDICULOUS' EXCLUSION. 348
2 for 1 offer to see Disney On Ice. 183
A shout of dis-stress. 93
Arson fire at yard. 84
Athlete 'tests positive for steroid'. 201
ATHLETICS: Johnson nips in on line. 216
Awesome play not to be missed; REVIEW. 202
BANNED FROM ALL TOWN SHOPS. 308
Block of flats hit by firebugs. 95
Bonfire night display. 97
BOXING: Champ Roy can't wait to get going. 352
Burglary and robbery figures hailed. 207
Buses building links for pupils. 144
Cat loses his tail ... and his owner; MOGGY USES UP ONE OF HIS NINE LIVES BY WANDERING INTO ROAD. 366
Charity appeals for marathon runners. 205
Charity urges support for food allergy clinic; Group that helps sufferers says it's time the NHS sat up and took notice. 375
Church sees value of shopping online; COMMISSION FROM SALES ON WEBSITE WILL HELP PAY FOR BUILDING. 287
City taxis a big hit across the pond. 118
Cocaine man gets 13 years. 140
Coffee chain founder tells of humble start. 199
Create a wildlife haven. 98
CRICKET: England on top as Batty gets quick lift; BANGLADESH STRUGGLE TO 102-5 AS BOWLERS HIT TARGET. 429
CRICKET: Vaughan cautious as England in charge; BANGLADESH BOWLED OUT FOR 203 AS BOWLERS HIT TARGET. 541
Crunch meeting to try to save residents' group. 262
Cycle owners put on thefts alert. 202
CYCLING: Puncture puts paid to Roach victory bid. 496
DARTS: Steve is well Beaton by champion Taylor. 287
DEATH PROBE MAN IS FREED; Police name dead woman. 253
Dressed to fill charity coffers! 251
Driver accosts girl on way to school. 201
Drivers urged to make Sid smile; RESIDENTS WELCOME 'FRIENDLY' REMINDER TO SPEEDING TRAFFIC. 379
Drivers welcome cab safety barrier; CABBIES SAY JUST ONE PER CENT OF PUBLIC ARE PROBLEM. 339
Famous red book shuts for good. 132
Farmers' proposal to store caravans in cowshed. 148
Fatally stabbed baby's dad quizzed. 127
Fire crews return five times. 106
FOOTBALL: BORO BIG MATCH VERDICT: Boro change from champs to chumps. 1266
FOOTBALL: CITY MAKE UP FOR MACCA'S ABSENCE; Midfield reshuffle helps Sky Blues grab point at Watford. 545
FOOTBALL: Eriksson sees what he's missing. 316
FOOTBALL: Knitters held as Rugby hit heights. 451
FOOTBALL: Marconi bow out but Brakes move on. 398
FOOTBALL: No revenge for Ferguson. 214
FOOTBALL: O'Neill admits defeat; BACK INJURY FORCES UNLUCKY KEITH TO HANG UP HIS BOOTS. 684
FOOTBALL: SAD BORO HIT THE BUFFERS; Second successive league defeat knocks side off top of table. 395
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES BIG MATCH VERDICT: City get what they deserve. 1624
FOOTBALL: Wenger: we can do a Newcastle. 180
Fresh hope in fight against airport plan; RUGBY MP SAYS HE IS 'GROWING MORE POSITIVE BY THE DAY'. 327
Georgina is a silver star at cooking. 128
Gissa quick flick of your hair, Trish!; TV CELEBRITY'S CROWNING GLORY FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH. 253
Heart attack kills former city man, 34; EPILEPSY SUFFERER WHO GREW UP IN COVENTRY DIES IN ARGENTINIAN CAPITAL. 353
How firm won fans in Turkey. 182
IDS must go, says pounds 5m Tory benefactor. 138
IN THE COURTS: Man jailed for six months after harassing woman. 668
IRA weapons row wrecks peace deal; Clamp on general releasing details. 352
Kingsley's secret wedding. 84
Labour 'trial' for Galloway. 176
Land's no bargain - even at pounds 1!; It would cost too much to clear up site, says council chief. 276
Last-ditch plea as post offices given closure date. 225
Lenny lionised for injury recovery. 150
LETTERS: your views. 1219
Lunchtime questions. 97
Make sure trick or treat is safe; HALLOWEEN STUNTS CAN PUT CHILDREN AND THE ELDERLY AT RISK. 351
Man stops teenager's court escape bid. 161
Management course helped win promotion. 109
Market ride is ready to spin. 359
Mower firm must find pastures new; WORK TO CLOSE LEVEL CROSSING MEANS BUILDING WILL GO. 336
MP welcomes airport hint from Darling. 130
MPs to grill rail firm chiefs. 92
Murder charge man in court. 151
My life was ruined by 'zombie' doctor; TEENAGER'S YEARS OF HELL AT THE HANDS OF DISGRACED EPILEPSY SPECIALIST. 405
New era and new statusat school. 131
NEW INQUIRY INTO CROWDED WARDS; Hospital given evidence of second death of a patient in a five- bed bay. 628
NEW INQUIRY INTO CROWDED WARDS; Review after second death of patient in five-bed bay discovered. 472
New slant on musical. 83
Now is time to beef up home security. 219
OAP's bag stolen in toilet. 103
Old car manuals for sale. 120
Parade of young talent. 109
Police call for help to find pet's killers. 116
Police quiz stabbed to death baby's dad; 'People in the shop covered in blood'. 256
Police racism: Seven officers suspended. 240
Pound for pound, county's the winner. 154
Prison alert on heroin and 'hooch'. 302
Psychic evenings a tribute to dad. 187
Pulling together to beat nuisance; Groups meet to tackle anti-social behaviour issues. 252
Pupils win hurricane challenge. 214
RACING: Dettori sweet on Sulamani. 175
RACING: On course for Landing Strip victory. 402
RACING: Rum Shot lifts Candy's spirits. 131
RACING: Warwick racecourse; THE PINK NAPS TABLE. 206
RUGBY UNION: Abbott steps up for England. 303
RUGBY UNION: Gulliver escapes ban. 93
Seven suspended in police race row; Pledge after TV probe. 276
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 115
SHOPPING: Sumptuous style in the bedroom. 618
SHOPPING: Top pyjama buys: SNUGGLE UP IN WARM PJs. 156
SPEEDWAY: Bees can't risk second dip at Poole. 467
Sprinter 'tested positive for drug'. 157
Terrible teens emerge from mist; EVENING TELEGRAPH HALLOWEEN Short Story Competition. 1926
Top author goes back to school. 121
Top Cats set to put on a top'70s show. 146
TOWN DIVIDED BY PUB LICENCE ROW; Should music be allowed or not? 396
Treasure trove of travel tokens. 143
Warning over 'free' alarms sales tactic; HOUSEHOLDERS COULD END UP PAYING THOUSANDS, SAYS TRADING STANDARDS. 333
Watch out for offers of alarms. 198
Wetland attracts the birds. 123
What's the score with these walled-in homes?; AS HIGHFIELD ROAD FACES THE BEGINNING OF THE END, ESTATE PLANS QUERIED. 658
WIN: Return flights to European destinations with duo. 312
Wise up call over water; No supply problems just yet. 293
Young artists' designs on cards. 182
Youngsters send out message of hope. 103

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