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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 10, 2004)

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'I want my son to live with me now' DAD IN HIGH COURT BID TO TAKE BOY, FIVE, OFF HIS MOTHER. 353
'Rash' airport forecasts slammed. 280
2-Tone show venue change. 148
A dream comes true for Kirstin; SHE APPEARED ON OUR FRONT PAGE 12 YEARS AGO SAYING SHE WANTED TO BE A DOCTOR - NOW SHE IS. 350
Animal centre's fun day. 137
Appeal over tricksters. 97
Appeal to trace intruder. 191
Bed rest raises funds. 90
BOXING: Hero Danny wins over the US fans. 133
British troops on high alert in Iraq. 127
BUSINESS LIFE: '5,000 jobs to go in manufacturing'. 285
BUSINESS LIFE: 'Skills shortfall hits profits and development' Bosses point to difficulties. 237
BUSINESS LIFE: Building on vital links for success; Morgan Est helps set results record. 230
BUSINESS LIFE: Carpet firm improves its share of market. 212
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: A detached unit in a prime area. 219
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Spacious units to let on popular park. 209
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Warning on claims. 246
BUSINESS LIFE: Crackdown on fake goods. 123
BUSINESS LIFE: Credit card charge. 87
BUSINESS LIFE: Forging links with schools. 166
BUSINESS LIFE: How to thrive in a changing economy. 220
BUSINESS LIFE: Islamic bank will be a first for the UK. 184
BUSINESS LIFE: More go insolvent as debts leap up. 181
BUSINESS LIFE: New directors for growing property firm. 293
BUSINESS LIFE: New fleet revs up for further success on road. 185
BUSINESS LIFE: Passing on fuel cost. 96
BUSINESS LIFE: share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 88
BUSINESS LIFE: Shares form deadline extended. 168
BUSINESS LIFE: Taste of the Med right on the high street. 235
Charter sets standards for long-term health provision. 163
Cheek of thieves who just tow cars away. 267
City bucks after-hours care trend; WALK-IN NHS CENTRE IS A SUCCESS. 380
Closure of vandal-hit play area is delayed; Councillor says "crazy" plans will affect deprived area. 371
Community spirit takes to the water. 227
Crews called to cellar flood. 137
CRICKET: Streak back to aid Bears' title assault; ZIMBABWE ACE LINED UP FOR EDGBASTON CLASH. 448
CRICKET: WARWICKSHIRE LEAGUE: Marillier's double-ton milestone can't clinch a win for Offchurch. 339
Dad spells out views on new vaccine; FAMILY'S PAINFUL DILEMMA IS RECALLED. 298
E-mail clue to Joe killing a hoax; TEENAGER 'MESSING ABOUT' IS GIVEN A TICKING OFF BY POLICE. 446
Emigrant never forgot her roots. 182
ex-service notes. 552
Exclusive diner on the move to Brum. 106
Exclusive restaurant on the move to Brum. 120
FAMILY: Summer days out that won't break the bank. 1796
Flood sparks fire scare at care home. 122
Flood warnings as torrential rain hits area. 128
FOOTBALL: Baggies join the hunt for Carrick. 324
FOOTBALL: Boro too good for old rivals. 354
FOOTBALL: Frew ' could be new Christie'. 244
FOOTBALL: Long way back for injury-hit Solksjaer. 173
FOOTBALL: Murphy looking for new club. 140
FOOTBALL: Owen's Euro selection poser. 176
FOOTBALL: Same again, for Doyle; SKY BLUES BIG MATCH PREVIEW: CARDIFF V SKY BLUES; NINIAN PARK TONIGHT 7.45pm. 1273
FOOTBALL: STARTERS' ORDERS; Heath tells Sky Blues players to build on opening day victory in Cardiff. 431
FOOTBALL: Terrace VERDICT. 161
Funds to flow into church gutters. 82
Fury over school's 'land grab' plans; Residents claim public green belongs to the people of Coventry. 403
Gazebo carried off. 106
Global views: Expats' news from around the world. 91
Going the extra mile to help fight cancer; STUDENT NURSE TO DON RUNNING SHOES FOR FUNDRAISING MARATHON. 358
GOLF: Monster course is tailor-made for Daly. 129
Golfing gear stolen. 111
Grants invitation to war heroes. 131
HE'S WRECKED OUR LIVES; Soccer star starts six year jail sentence; Crash victim's widow speaks of her grief. 149
Healthier outlook in borough; LEISURE CENTRE BASE FOR PROJECT. 404
Heard the one about the cheesy jokes? HUMOUR ON MENU AT PUB IN BID TO HELP YOUNGSTERS REALISE THEIR DREAMS. 383
Heavy rain washes away the heatwave; TORRENT MAKES IT ONE OF WETTEST AUGUST DAYS ON RECORD. 411
Hospital scan for brave Bethany. 88
Hostage hoax at video store; ARMED POLICE RACE INTO ACTION AFTER GUN CLAIM. 311
Hunt is on for Dad's Army armoured car; Old photo shows Home Guard with their pride and joy. 357
IN THE COURTS: Man, 29, jailed for beating two women. 969
LETTERS: your views. 1499
Magic day to open a nursery. 127
Margaret's medium-sized garden is a massive success. 234
Neighbours to get in the picture. 90
ON THE DRAWING BOARD: Fourth bid for homes at beauty spot. 274
On this day. 88
Parking campaign leads to 100 tickets; CLAMPDOWN FOLLOWS COMPLAINTS OVER LACK OF SPACES. 327
Pay row appeal to fire crews. 357
Pet rabbit was left to freeze to death; WOMAN FINED pounds 200 AND BANNED AFTER ADMITTING CRUELTY TO ANIMAL. 319
Post office closure is only for three days. 92
pounds 12m injection for NHS walk-in centres; TOWN AMONG 17 WHERE CLINICS WILL BE CREATED. 293
Pub set to be demolished to make way for flats. 136
Quintets bring jazz to Belgrade. 125
RACING: Cat stalks York prize. 88
RACING: Chasing a hat-trick. 105
RACING: Incheni has the measure of rivals. 368
RACING: Kempton date for Rooster Booster. 154
RACING: Promotion pulled out. 89
RACING: Rivals set for a re-match. 142
RACING: Seb's treble throws title race wide open; SANDERS CLOSES IN ON FALLON AND DETTORI AS JOCKEYS BATTLE IT OUT. 693
RACING: Stewards clear Dennis. 160
Raffle joy as Phillip gets a ticket to ride. 172
RE-UNIONS: Link-up. 119
Remember when . . . ?: Bombs bent girders like bits of tin. 682
Residents to have say on licensing powers. 234
Revenge killing theory. 98
Robbers punch man in face. 93
RUGBY UNION: Rivals to test their strength; COV AND NUNS CLASH IN TNT CHALLENGE. 499
Sharp rise in numbers going bankrupt. 102
Snack on edible clingfilm. 97
Store staff in armed raid terror. 250
Teens can help shoot film on youth violence. 151
text line. 111
THEY'RE BACK; '...and we're staying until things are sorted' say travellers. 372
They're off to a flying start. 161
Tories back zero tolerance policing. 206
Tories back zero tolerance policing. 215
Two die in hotel bomb blasts. 115
Two face child murder charges. 134
Volunteers head for gardens. 95
What he's taken can never be replaced; SIX YEARS FOR FORMER SKY BLUES STAR; FAMILIES UNITED AFTER TRAGIC CRASH; VILLAGERS' REACTION; STRIKER'S CAREER APPEARS TO BE OVER AT 28. 1865
Women reap pay reward in top jobs. 183

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