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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 30, 2003)

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'Don't shut loos to save a few pennies' PUBLIC TOILETS WHICH ARE USED FOR SEX AND DRUG ABUSE MAY BE CLOSED. 328
'Help us catch stone throwers' POLICE SAY THEY WANT TO PROSECUTE CHILDREN WHO ATTACKED FIREFIGHTERS. 246
Actor's heavenly role. 131
ALERT ON NIGHT CASHPOINT USE. 335
ATHLETICS: Fit-again Glynn targets title. 416
Auction to help scaffold fall man; SISTER ORGANISES EVENT TO HELP FUND LASER TREATMENT. 327
Autism fight hangs on legal aid verdict. 264
Baby, I'm amazed. 93
Baby, I'm amazed. 96
Baby, I'm amazed. 114
Back to the oldskool for a lesson in mixing; THE VIBE. 496
Bare cheek pays off; HOCKEY TEAM'S CHEEKY CALENDAR IS SELLING LIKE HOT CAKES. 191
Bare cheek pays off; HOCKEY TEAM'S CHEEKY CALENDAR IS SELLING LIKE HOT CAKES. 179
Be scared ...you'll be very scared; EVENING TELEGRAPH HALLOWEEN Short Story Competition. 3899
Brutal killer borrowed saw to cut up victim. 233
Burglars seize music system. 89
Bus company's litter drive. 97
CITY POST DELIVERIES HIT BY STRIKE; Sorting office workers walk out to support colleagues. 332
CITY POST DELIVERIES HIT BY STRIKE; Workers at sorting office walk out to back national colleagues. 302
City spy policy. 130
City Tories disgusted by way IDS was treated. 232
CLUBSCENE: The Colosseum; THE VIBE. 177
Community launches clean-up. 147
Cory's on target to build a new career; JOBS & NEW DIRECTIONS. 349
Couple may not be back home until Christmas. 332
CRICKET: Johnson strikes after poor England batting show. 277
CRICKET: Trescothick injury scare mars England fightback. 256
Crime-busting cash. 82
Dave's Challenge to beat the bottle; DRINK PROBLEMS? HELP IS AT HAND FOR ALCOHOLICS AND THEIR FAMILIES. 397
Don't give thieves a chance. 130
Early flames wreck bonfire. 214
Empty shops may be in for revamp. 122
Estate traffic warning. 112
Euro-MP in town for book signing. 229
Ex-Lord Mayor's son is honoured; Contribution in nursing field hailed. 333
Exhibition of a town's pride. 165
Export contracts success. 149
FAMILY: CHILDREN'S BOOK OF THE WEEK. 93
FAMILY: I'm no supermum says Jacqui. 1271
FAMILY: Know your maternity rights. 380
FAMILY: ME AND MY GIRL. 444
Fans' trust in party kickoff; Number to phone to get your invitation. 233
Film asks if celibacy creates sex perverts. 106
FOOTBALL: FA face fine over Turk row. 178
FOOTBALL: Fans'ZONE: Trust in fans to make City a better club. 574
FOOTBALL: Ferdinand faces an anxious wait on FA decsion. 256
FOOTBALL: Heskey making chances. 292
FOOTBALL: Heskey making chances. 293
FOOTBALL: Kirkland nets City pounds 250,000. 179
FOOTBALL: LAKE PUTS BORO IN THE SWIM; Newcomer can be the catalyst at Manor Park. 313
FOOTBALL: MILLS IS UP FOR HAMMERS TEST; Promotion favourites 'perfect opposition for City'. 421
FOOTBALL: Mills' touchline duties are boon for Sky Blues; ASSISTANT BOSS ENJOYS HIS SPELL ON THE FRONT LINE. 630
FOOTBALL: Video evidence will decide Smith's fate. 269
FREE: ...Martha Hill herbal moisturiser for every reader. 405
Fresh alert over 'breakdown' con; PENSIONER SAYS 'MAN TRIED TO DUPE ME AT BUS STOP'. 237
Get ready for castle fireworks night. 196
Get your daily dose of happy pictures. 111
Giving sufferers more help; CHARITY WANTS TO RAISE AWARENESS OF KIDNEY CANCER. 311
GOLF: Browning leads new order in merit table. 518
GOLF: Farewell to Ralph. 197
GOLF: Stalwart honoured. 187
Help us catch maniacs who wrecked our club; SPHINX RAIDERS STOLE ALCOHOL AND CASH - THEN WENT ON THE RAMPAGE. 497
HOCKEY: Odwell that ends well for Rugby! 846
HOCKEY: Warwick in the winning groove. 267
Howard favourite to take Tory helm. 362
Howard favourite to take Tory helm. 351
Huge estate may get own parish council; TORIES BACK SUGGESTION UNDER REVIEW OF BOROUGH'S POLLING SET-UP. 343
ICE HOCKEY: Joel the hero as Blaze win a thriller. 423
IN THE COURTS: Woman drove while banned. 1292
Insurance shocker for homeowners. 80
Islam explained. 93
Jaguar: Tell us what's going on; MP DEMANDS ANSWERS OVER PLANT CLOSURE RUMOURS. 625
LETTERS: your views. 1495
Medics throw party for two very good friends; COUPLE HAVE RAISED pounds 20,000 SINCE HUSBAND HAD LIFE-SAVING TREATMENT. 293
Museum proves to be a big draw; FAMILIES FIND TRANSPORT A PERFECT INSPIRATION FOR YOUNG ARTISTS ON HOLIDAY. 345
Music for all at centre. 100
New law on mobiles. 165
Phone vote to pick a wife for Wills. 157
Police patrols promised for flats. 305
Police show off pounds 45,000 'detective'. 214
Pop idol Gareth to top bill at Skydome. 220
Porsche is favourite car for the ladies. 130
POST DELIVERIES HIT BY STRIKE; Workers at sorting office walk out to back national colleagues. 340
PR firm celebrates. 93
Pubs in search for stars. 323
Pubs make a stand over trouble. 204
Pumpkins set to go on parade. 81
Pupils join 'save our schools' rally in city. 219
Push start. 94
RACING. 120
RACING: Albuhera a star in the making. 410
RACING: Time for Tom to make amends. 404
Racism forced me out ofpolice; ASIAN OFFICER'S CLAIM. 320
Remember when . . .: Do you know the name of Alf's passenger? 410
Rivals dream up recipe for disaster. 222
RUGBY UNION: Back does his calculations; RUGBY WORLD CUP AUSTRALIA 2003. 609
RUGBY UNION: Englandfined for World Cup error; RUGBY WORLD CUP AUSTRALIA 2003. 195
RUGBY UNION: Facing a huge task; RUGBY WORLD CUP AUSTRALIA 2003. 200
RUGBY UNION: Mixed fortunes for schools side on tour. 176
RUGBY UNION: Woody set for World Cup hearing; RUGBY WORLD CUP AUSTRALIA 2003. 203
Safer cycling for children. 130
Salary success for city students; JOBS & NEW DIRECTIONS. 147
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 106
Shear terror as Mick heads for the chop!; BIKER PREPARES TO LOSE HIS LONG HAIR TO HELP PARALYSED PAL IN HOSPITAL. 319
Singles of the week; THE VIBE. 93
Sir Bob's pulling power. 97
Six cars crash at accident blackspot. 227
Special game a bestseller; 15,000 THOUSAND SNAP UP COVENTRY MONOPOLY. 330
SPEEDWAY: Brandon aiming to build for the future. 164
SPEEDWAY: Nothing to show for a memorable Bees year; SO NEAR YET SO FAR FOR COVENTRY AS PIRATES SCOOP THE POOL. 995
Spooky fun and games. 144
Starving dog pair banned by court. 294
Stout forkful of sausage! 174
Strike hits deliveries across county. 281
Strike hits services across county. 280
Students get a new-look cafe bar. 180
Super home for dementia victims; CITY'S pounds 3m SHOWPIECE BUILDING SHOULD BE READY BY NEXT SPRING. 437
Tack stolen from farms. 135
Target set to safeguard 55,000 call centre jobs. 280
Terror as women ambushed near bank; WORKER'S BRAVERY FOILS ROBBERY BID AFTER CS SPRAY ATTACK. 351
text line. 175
The late-night lifestyle. 100
THERE'S A LEAK IN OUR pounds 1.6m POOL!; Swimmersleft high and dry for weeks. 333
Tips on how to find good books; LIBRARY'S CD-ROM IS A GUIDE TO EXCITING LITERATURE. 285
Tool raiders smash window of van. 154
Trevor is the choice of youth. 148
Twins club in money plea. 180
Tyre burning quiz shocker. 265
View from the gravy train. 225
What a weight off Jackie's shoulders!; EX-TEACHER LOSES 11 STONES TO BE HALF THE WOMAN SHE WAS. 368
Why Pleat puts Tory plotters to shame. 962
Witness appeal after car crash arrests. 197
Witness appeal after computer theft. 190
Woman's body found on Mway. 85
Your Evening Telegraph is changing...to serve you better. 264
Your Evening Telegraph is changing...to serve you better. 254
Your Evening Telegraph is changing...to serve you better. 258

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