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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 18, 2003)

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'Serious illness risk' near play areas. 131
'Tot with matches' theory on flat fire. 270
'Why I'm driven to leave this city I love behind' COUNCIL BOSS TO LEAVE HIS JOB AND FAMILY FOR TWO-YEAR POST IN THIRD WORLD. 507
2am horror as car ploughs into crowd on path; 18-YEAR-OLD SUFFERS SERIOUS HEAD INJURIES AND UP TO SEVEN OTHERS HURT. 230
A45 'one of most improved roads'. 184
A5 on danger list. 106
Alstom shares blow. 140
Arena profit split raises questions. 367
Art in the driving seat. 181
Bars for youth who put fear into gran. 191
Beatles album to lose Spector sounds. 132
Bid to stop tipping at beauty spot. 260
BID TO WIN: holidays, pounds 5,000 cash and fantastic prizes; IT'S WEEK THREE OF OUR GREAT COMPETITION - AND YOU COULD WIN A BREAK IN TURKEY. 295
Blaze could cost centre pounds 25m. 154
Body may be missing Briton. 123
Bogus callers target elderly sisters. 156
Brit in Australian jail faces extradition blow. 116
Call-out record defended by ambulance bosses; '999 crews meeting government targets'. 269
Can you live without your car for a day?; CHALLENGE GOES OUT AS PART OF BID TO PROMOTE PUBLIC TRANSPORT, WALKING AND CYCLING. 596
Can you write the spookiest Halloween chiller? 729
Card has impact on home raiders. 380
Centre a place to unwind after school. 141
City developing some curves!; OUR CAMERAMAN TOOK THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET AN EYEFUL OF THE SNAKING GLASS BRIDGE AND THE WHITTLE ARCH FROM HIS 'EYRIE' IN HALES STREET. 356
CLASS ACT; EDUCATION IN WARWICKSHIRE IS GIVEN ONE OF THE BEST-EVER REPORTS BY OFSTED INSPECTORS. 905
Classes restart for new parents. 116
Conference is moved to NEC. 96
COUNCIL SENT SUMMONS TO MY DEAD MUM; Apology follows mix-up. 354
CRICKET: Skipper hails Town. 349
CRICKET: Smith ton puts Bears under cosh; SPOTLIGHT ON THE FINAL ROUND OF THE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 984
Croquet first for women. 99
Dame Shirley sells off her gowns. 102
Discount effort to 'sell' British; Initiative offers cut-price cars to auto workers. 206
Don't miss out on classy cuisine! 966
EQUESTRIAN: Rebecca hits top form at showjump festival. 355
Family appeal to runaways. 96
FAMILY: CHILDREN'S BOOK OF THE WEEK. 123
FAMILY: IVF MADE LIFE COMPLETE. 1342
FAMILY: ME AND MY GIRL. 477
FAMILY: MUM'S THE WORD: HAVING BABIES FOR LONGER. 166
Fans' ZONE: 'Rav' saga so strange - but win welcome. 519
FOOTBALL: Apologetic Eriksson makes call for a party atmosphere; UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE PLUS NATIONWIDE DIVISION ONE. 270
FOOTBALL: BORO'S INJURY WORRY; Lewer looking forward to break in busy schedule. 401
FOOTBALL: DOYLE: I WAS STUPID; City's young midfielder apologises for red card. 366
FOOTBALL: NATIONWIDE DIVISION ONE Lewington's lament. 171
FOOTBALL: New league to kick-off. 175
FOOTBALL: NUNEATON AND BEDWORTH MINOR LEAGUE: Millinship hits four in Burbage rampage. 356
FOOTBALL: Ravanelli's family affair. 210
football: Reading in court bid to keep boss. 137
FOOTBALL: Sloppy Celtic let it slip. 115
FOOTBALL: Wenger wants Reds backlash; UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 527
football: Wenger's Inter state of shock. 196
Funeral of Lord Leigh. 90
George gets a flowery farewell; SHOW WILL BE DEDICATED TO GROWER'S MEMORY. 241
GOLF: County Open title decided; ROUND UP OF THE LATEST RESULTS FROM AROUND THE REGION, WARWICKSHIRE CHAMPION CROWNED AT RUGBY GC AND JUNIORS PREPARE FOR FINAL CLASH. 684
GOLF: Ladies double up; ROUND UP OF THE LATEST RESULTS FROM AROUND THE REGION, WARWICKSHIRE CHAMPION CROWNED AT RUGBY GC AND JUNIORS PREPARE FOR FINAL CLASH. 246
Golfers tee-off to raise cash for renal charity. 152
Have a laugh with Macbeth - and a panda; REVIEW. 173
HOCKEY: Jeanette opens with hat-trick in Jaguar friendly. 521
Hurricane Isabel closes in on US coast. 167
ICE HOCKEY: Frustrated Cowley to rejoin the action; BLAZE FORWARD RECOVERS FROM INJURY. 380
IN THE COURTS: Banned driver sent to prison. 657
Inhaler dangers. 81
Inquiry into fall injury. 93
Insurers to strive for lower charges. 95
Jane embraces a new weigh of life; 'LOSING SIX STONE HAS GIVEN ME SO MUCH ENERGY AND CONFIDENCE'. 561
JOBS: Going 4 iT. 261
JOBS: Students get to grips with forensic science; Unique course being pioneered in Coventry by Henley College. 347
JOBS: The psychology of working from home. 578
Let's kick-start our comeback. 607
LETTERS: FOOTBALL: Time to back City, not hammer them; CITY FANS REACT TO THE PRESTON HUMILIATION. 687
LETTERS: your views. 1827
letters: your views: Developers can't do as they please. 182
Lucky Numbers. 91
MoD boss faces grilling at inquiry. 130
More charities to benefit from fund; PARTNERSHIP IS CREATED TO DISTRIBUTE FIRM'S pounds 100,000. 253
New offices wear name with pride. 302
ON THE DRAWING BOARD: Bid for 39ft phone mast. 179
Patient need not have died, inquest is told; Solicitor claims that sick man was passed from pillar to post. 358
Patients' records in computer breakthrough; 'This could change the NHS'. 264
pounds 2,000 reward to catch the culprits; Barn destroyed in arson attack at animal sanctuary. 413
pounds 65.2m to boost access to dentists. 221
Prisoner faces extradition blow. 314
Pubs securehours. 119
Pupils aim to walk their way to world record. 188
RACING: Destination on course. 526
RACING: Dubia delight for top race. 181
RACING: Take this Trade for Fair win. 607
Rally time for young drivers. 149
Relief at postal strike 'no' vote. 283
Retired teacher dies. 126
RUGBY: Springboks a threat warns Luger; SPOTLIGHT ON ENGLAND'S BUILD-UP TO THE WORLD CUP. 496
Sam, 12, 'lost' after his scooter is stolen. 98
Scientist turns tax 'fiddler'. 132
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 102
Shoppers' chance to raise a mug for charity. 206
SNOOKER: Ace Golds hits top form for Police. 193
Spanish sun shines through show. 189
Stars come out to help babies charity. 280
Sweets warning. 103
Take more care, mobile phone owners warned. 101
Teen caller stabs man. 104
Tell us about your pets. 140
text line. 256
text line. 82
THE VIBE: CLUBSCENE; Spotlight on Ikon, Coventry. 87
THE VIBE: Dance singles of the week. 246
THE VIBE: Nights of wild Abandon; Your 6-page guide to the best in clubbing. 507
Theatre group to perform at church. 104
This is what makes me, me; NEW RECTOR KNEW FROM CHILDHOOD HE WAS DESTINED FOR A LIFE INSIDE CHURCH. 615
Three-bed house held 269 animals; RSPCA says it is the biggest seizure in its history. 176
TOP MARKS FOR COUNTY SCHOOLS BOSSES; Inspectors say education authority one of best in country. 272
TOP MARKS FOR COUNTY SCHOOLS BOSSES; Inspectors say education authority one of best in country. 275
TOP MARKS FOR COUNTY SCHOOLS BOSSES; Inspectors say education authority one of best in country. 260
WALKING A TIGHTROPE. 684
Water way to learn. 105
WIN Rugby World Cup DVDs or videos. 175
Work starts on pounds 8m sports centre; DISUSED CLUB GOES, MAKING WAY FOR NEW COMPLEX AND FOOTIE ACADEMY. 302
Working to stay safe on the site. 141
Zanardi back on track. 151

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