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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 3, 2004)

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'I'll keep stirring 'em up' - Gordon. 374
'Wind down' club fails to get go-ahead; Council says issues must be resolved. 224
Aerosol ban for teens. 85
ATHLETICS: Tonui lifts Spa to superb bronze. 296
Awards success for Silver Surfers project. 119
Body found near store. 80
Bogus tree surgeon trick. 90
Bomb find sparks new terror fear. 147
Borough gardeners prepare to be judged; 'Tremendous interest' for this year's in bloom competition. 265
BOXING: Simmo back for last shot at glory; CITY BOXER BACK IN RING AFTER 13-MONTH ABSENCE. 352
Brake pads - will that be with pepperoni sir?; BT says sorry for number blunder. 402
Bright idea will keep lamps glowing; COMPUTER CHIPS MONITORED BY A CENTRAL CONTROL COULD KEEP STREETS LIT UP. 339
Buy one Domino's pizza and get another for FREE. 139
Canal rescue woman dies. 120
Cedric the Dragon is the toast of the school. 199
celebrations... the happiest pictures. 395
Chip makes notes a lot more secure. 209
City council set to back airport plans; CONTROVERSY CONTINUES AS FLIGHTS GET UNDER WAY. 823
City woman vying for place on shortlist to fight Commons seat. 243
Community punishment orders for pair after attack in street. 227
CRICKET: BEARS HEAD FOR STRATFORD STAGE; County takes first class cricket to Swans Nest Lane. 548
CRICKET: Ton-up Thorpe the Test hero. 217
CYCLE SPEEDWAY:Upbeat Coventry look to teenage sensation; THE TAPES GO UP ON PREMIER DIVISION ADVENTURE. 399
Eastertime treats for youngsters. 92
EQUESTRIAN: Jessica's a clear winner. 274
Festive closure backing. 143
FOOTBALL: Ladies poised for promotion. 290
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES PLAN TO BUY BACK GROUND; Bosses hope to sell it on again at a profit. 368
Footballer faces trial in August. 96
Gabby to replace Des in top sport role. 88
GP's friends spring retirement surprise. 324
GREYHOUNDS: Brandon lands top meeting; 'IT'S LIKE WINNING THE CUP FINAL'. 403
Health timebomb awaiting obese kids. 245
Historic pub is free of smoke. 123
Home DIY ends in tears. 84
Hospital proud to open new unit. 81
Hospital workers get new bosses. 190
How I helped save trapped British cavers; FIREFIGHTER TELLS OF DAY-LONG OPERATION TO BRING TEAM TO SAFETY. 552
IN THE COURTS: City man banned for drink-driving. 350
it's your shout!: Graffiti: Vandalism - or wall art?; WHERE TEENAGERS SET THE AGENDA. 507
LETTERS: your views. 1037
M&S warns of jobs at risk. 92
Mother's anger as Pagan waits in pain; TEENAGER WITH CURVATURE OF SPINE MAKES A PLEA TO MEDICS. 411
MOTORSPORT: Hot-shot Carvell targets repeat. 272
MP warns: Toilets may be closed. 162
Murder house razed to the ground. 125
Murder trial told of man's threat to sister. 382
No booze club's opening blocked. 221
ONE-WAY SYSTEM GRIDLOCK FEARS; Even more roadworks misery. 204
Police fears for missing woman and girl. 154
Politicians inspect cracks in policies. 254
pounds 16m REVOLUTION FOR CLASSROOMS. 298
Quarry plan raises villagers' fears; DIGGING WOULD MEAN 30 YEARS OF DISRUPTION SAY PROTESTERS. 322
Roads to close as bulldozers arrive; HOUSES TO BE DEMOLISHED TO MAKE WAY FOR NEW HOMES. 237
Russell all set to rustle up a roast. 150
SAILING: Draycote sailors win national honours. 119
SCHOOLS SPORT: Campion sizzle. 240
Station still serving the community. 196
Stephen's film to roll in New York; Excitement over movie which cost just pounds 400 to make. 348
STOCK CARS: Curtain up on a golden jubilee. 370
SWIMMING: Schools pool their efforts for contest. 292
Teachers train for marathon. 99
text line. 463
The town of constant change - not necessarily for the best; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 454
Thieves break into Co-op. 122
TIME TUNNEL: School was in a wooden hut with coal stove; ... A JOURNEY INTO CITY'S RICH HERITAGE, WITH FIRST-HAND RECOLLECTIONS OVER THREE SCORE YEARS AND 10. 1006
Tots take a big step to boost Walkathon. 347
Traders braced for traffic jams; SHOPKEEPERS FEAR THE WORST AS ONE-WAY SYSTEM LOOMS. 453
Website clears up buses confusion. 142
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Esme bakes and yearns for secret ingredient. 115
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Penitent Crusader sees off evil lot. 118
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Perseverance pays off in trip to 1950s Dublin. 161
WEEKEND: BOOKS: The fascination of factories. 207
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 109
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Role play your way through an amazing fantasy world. 446
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: From the Saxon Mill and beyond... 570
WEEKEND: FOOD: Buns pass test for all tastes; VOLUNTEERS FIND DIFFERENT VARIETIES TASTE DIFFERENT. 664
WEEKEND: GARDENING: GRAND DESIGNS for magical place; DAFFODIL HEAVEN MARKS THE START OF THE YEAR AT NEWNHAM PADDOX ESTATE. 977
WEEKEND: GARDENING: ME AND MY GARDEN. 568
WEEKEND: No-one dare suggest a quiet night in front of the video; UNPLUGGED. 472
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 426
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Make your home a smokeless zone. 508
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Slope off to Norway and ski into spring; 'MUSHER' MIKE ENJOYS LATE SCANDINAVIAN SNOWS AND MASTERS HUSKY DRIVING. 997
WEEKEND: TV: Kevin brings home the bacon. 1004
WEEKEND: TV: McTV. 324
WEEKEND: TV: SATURDAY TV. 248
WEEKEND: TV: STAR PROFILE: High-kicking super hero. 279
WEEKEND: TV: SUNDAY TV. 226
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: Is my rat's cage bedding causing it to sneeze? 454
Workers' survey benefits charity. 119
WRITE ON: Don't miss out on help for your disabled youngster, says Kathleen Wells; THE COLUMN THAT BELONGS TO YOU, THE READER. 316

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