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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 25, 2003)

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'Allo 'Allo, it's Arthur at the Civic Hall. 166
'Hot dog' Ben wins pounds 2,500 in new sponsorship deal. 110
'Paint' solution to speed trouble. 265
'Pin a poppy for war dead' MAYOR IN HEARTFELT PLEA TO SUPPORT ANNUAL APPEAL. 282
'Stay' deal for 15,000 asylum seekers. 154
Air France pilot held in bomb scare. 161
An hour is never enough - claim. 135
Artists face busy winter. 82
Asian radio station is best. 84
Become a pop pin-up. 95
Bishop blasts gun culture. 151
Box up some toys for world's needy. 181
Box up toys for needy kids. 225
Boxed-up toys plea for needy children. 183
BOXING: Harry's quick to make an impact. 236
BOXING: Pressure's off for Gomez. 112
Boy, 3, dies of rabies. 80
Boy, 5, died in A46 crash. 279
Bright move for dark days. 150
BUS SERVICE TO GET POLICE PROTECTION. 265
Bus stop horror of rats on prowl; WOMAN TELLS OF HER FEAR AS VERMIN SCAMPERED AROUND HER. 328
Call to celebrate light - not fright; CHURCH BID TO RECLAIM FESTIVAL FOR SAINTS AND NOT SPOOKS. 343
Call to celebrate light - not fright; CHURCH MAKES A BID TO RECLAIM FESTIVAL FOR SAINTS - AND NOT GHOULS. 346
Call to include retail crime. 82
Cameras roll as youngsters make a movie. 137
Chaplain's smooth move for hospital. 117
Children's bumper harvest. 107
CHRISTMAS BRIDES: Pages and pretty maids all in a row; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 345
CHRISTMAS IS: Deck the halls...; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 309
CHRISTMAS IS: Gifts delivered to your door; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 351
CHRISTMAS IS: Help the NSPCC to make Christmas a real cracker; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 373
CHRISTMAS IS: Help to beat the bulge with a delicious dessert; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 329
CHRISTMAS IS: It's a wrap; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 341
City project that gets people back to work. 405
Cooking up a tasty win. 221
CRICKET: Angry Rikki facing Test ban. 216
CRICKET: Vaughan is England's trump card; SKIPPER SEALS TEST TRIUMPH. 414
CRICKET: Vaughan is England's trump card; SKIPPER SEALS TEST TRIUMPH. 440
Crossing is a winner at raising cash. 111
Dangers to trick-or-treat pranksters. 146
DARTS: Taylor is up to full Power. 450
Don't bring your own fireworks on bonfire night! 259
Don't stop brushing, urges dental chief. 115
Doris ready for 110th birthday celebration; TOWN INVITED TO SING HAPPY BIRTHDAY. 246
Drivers trusting to luck. 147
Drunks who walk to death. 157
Expelled Galloway meets his voters. 157
Famine relief charity launches its Christmas cards. 111
Festive pool of store workers. 133
FOOTBALL: Sky Blues MEMORIES: The day Cloughie nearly joined City. 832
Footballing girl's request finds favour. 256
Fundraisers rise to peak challenge. 208
Gang uses stolen truck. 140
Garden is lasting tribute to women. 111
Gasmen pay up for school gardeners. 159
Head shave helps fight against cancer. 230
Health show for the Chinese community. 135
I'm not sorry for Diana revelations. 328
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze face inquest after London lapse; COVENTRY NEED MIRACLE TO REACH CHALLENGE CUP SEMIS. 510
IN THE COURTS: Banned drink drive motorist is jailed. 1197
Insults were worse in good old days. 187
it's your shout!: Halloween - a treat or just a nightmare?; Where teenagers set the agenda. 620
Jail for four after city-centre assault. 424
Junk-heap challenge is no yolk. 164
LETTERS: your views. 1066
Life behind bars ... 104
Lily has a thirst class design. 254
Making sure fireworks aren't sold to children; POLICE AND TRADING STANDARDS OFFICERS ARE SET TO DROP IN ON CITY SHOPS. 245
Maurice puts his honey where his mouth is; KEEPING BEES IS A REWARDING HOBBY FOR ONE WARWICKSHIRE COUPLE - BUT THERE'S BEEN QUITE A FEW STICKY SITUATIONS ALONG THE WAY. 1253
Meeting to beat crime. 96
Musician Capstick dies at 59. 116
Offering prayers 24-7. 96
ON THIS DAY. 80
Op patient's death stunned doctors; Surgeon tells inquest of 'fickleness' of Crohn's disease. 589
OUR HOLIDAY NIGHTMARE; Dad jailed over fake euros bought at Coventry post office. 538
Panto is no drag for Arthur. 87
Police plan blitz on Christmas crooks; HOUSEHOLDERS MUST DO THEIR BIT TO KEEP HOMES SAFE THIS WINTER. 439
Police to look into scrounger's story; Readers tell of man asking for cash in city streets. 367
Portrait of a madman is a right royal treat; REVIEW. 195
pounds 2.5m boost to attract business; CITY FAILS TO GET FAIR SHARE OF VISITORS. 289
Project 'lets us work with pride' REFUGEES TALK ABOUT RECOVERING THEIR SELF-RESPECT. 284
Project gives young carers support and a sympathetic ear. 261
Psychic fun helps siblings. 220
Pupils' very special coin collection. 191
Revised deal for hospital experts. 178
Robbie's fans join premiere. 86
RUGBY UNION: England line up for a big-hitting battle; RUGBY WORLD CUP AUSTRALIA 2003. 706
RUGBY UNION: Junior six all drawn away. 312
RUGBY UNION: Record win for Australia; RUGBY WORLD CUP AUSTRALIA 2003. 117
RUGBY UNION: Testing time goes with the territory; RUGBY WORLD CUP AUSTRALIA 2003. 718
RUGBY UNION: Woodward lends support; RUGBY WORLD CUP AUSTRALIA 2003. 178
Runaway horses advice. 134
School head sent off to Yorkshire. 111
See if your phone has been found by police. 110
SNIFFER DOGS IN CLASSROOMS. 228
SPEEDWAY: HISTORY FOR THE TAKING!; Pratt aims to clinch cup record with the Bees. 514
Spot-on efforts to help sick girl; PENALTY-TAKING PUPILS RAISE pounds 150 FOR CANCER VICTIM BETHANY, 3. 244
Student's design has twice the appeal. 245
Students are just champion! 224
Students help big clean-up. 106
Success for crime scheme; Project for young offenders is working for majority. 258
Success for Warriors. 95
Tag rugby a hit with the kids. 126
TENNIS: Henman humbled by on-song Nalbandian. 111
Thirst-class job by design student Lily; YOUNG DESIGNER COMES UP WITH AN IDEA FOR KENYAN TRADERS. 328
Three arrested in city drugs swoop. 224
TIME TUNNEL: Homage to city pubs - in two long gulps; . . . A JOURNEY INTO OUR RICH HERITAGE, WITH A POEM CALLED THE DRINKER'S DREAM. 831
Timely look at Bible texts. 130
Top cop facing degree probe. 165
Tragic death of boy about to get new home. 287
Trio to spend night in haunted hall. 233
Try your hand at bridge. 90
Village is handed pounds 3,000 to play with. 222
Wardens find missing child; FAMILY'S WORRY AS AUTISTIC SON WANDERS OFF. 250
WEEKEND: BOOKS: A new lover of the short story. 133
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Gripping tale is Georgie's best page-turner yet. 155
WEEKEND: BOOKS: My Favourite Read. 87
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Skiing guide doesn't quite cover everything. 172
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 105
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Xbox's Halo winner works just as well for PC gamers; Review. 424
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Battlefield views are a high spot. 516
WEEKEND: FOOD: Halloween treat - banana and pumpkin pie. 310
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 288
WEEKEND: FOOD: Sweetness and light; DIWALI FESTIVAL BRINGS RICH PICKINGS - JUST DON'T COUNT THE CALORIES. 655
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Orchard is apple of Barry's eye; IF YOU'RE THINKING OF GROWING FRUIT TREES THEN SHAKESPEARE'S TRUST GARDENER SAYS NOW IS THE TIME TO GET BUSY. 1045
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Plant of the Week. 108
WEEKEND: ME & MY PET: Tiny Teddy's grown up to be my best friend. 156
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 221
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Choose a dog for charity. 259
WEEKEND: PET SOS: We wouldn't be without our Woody; BRACKEN THE CHOCOLATE LABRADOR WAS SAD AND LONELY UNTIL HE GOT A NEW FRIEND. 667
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Smooth journey to outlaw country; HALF-TERM CAN BE FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY BY FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF MERRY MEN AND MONARCHS. 1166
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Wish I was there: ... Reader's report. 366
WEEKEND: UNPLUGGED: Sometimes women need to be more equal than others. 529
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: All fright now. 744
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: McTV: What's hot and what's not on the box... 272
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV. 233
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: STAR PROFILE: Laurence's fame is more by accident than design. 265
WEEKEND: WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV. 234
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: Hamster's growing drinking habit is cause for concern. 571
What do firebugs get from their hateful actions?; View from the clock tower. 374
What's wrong with a little harmless Halloween fun; voice of the north. 467
WIN: a trip to the German Christmas markets; CHRISTMAS IS. 200
Witch's brew of spine-chillers; EVENING TELEGRAPH HALLOWEEN Short Story Competition. 2884
YOUTH JAILED FOR TERROR RIDE; Woman, 18 forced to cash point. 255

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