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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 27, 2004)

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'Myth' of the soft-top drivers. 157
A new man at the crease. 164
A-mazing twins get top grades; GCSE RESULTSS. 344
Airport 'cheap parking' scare. 350
ATHLETICS: Kelly on course for gold double; OLYMPICS: ATHENS 2004. 395
ATHLETICS: Radcliffe will run 10,000m. 155
Automatic phone lines our pet hate. 203
Beware 'bad carbs' dieters told. 168
Bookies accused over staff safety. 320
Booklet gives drugs safety advice. 190
Bosses could face NHS bills. 260
BOWLS: Cabbage grab cup win in fine contest. 637
BOXING: Bendall is fighting fit. 314
Businesses urged to join town drive; COUNCIL AND CHAMBER OF TRADE BACK ACTION IMPROVEMENT SCHEME. 249
Call to scrap plans for all-postal voting. 230
Camilla passes French... at 12; GCSE RESULTS. 717
Camilla passes French... at 12; GCSE RESULTS. 707
Camilla, 12, is a real star pupil; GCSE RESULTSS. 628
CARPARKSBLOCKED TO KEEP OUT THE TRAVELLERS; Fear families could move from Nuneaton to Common. 361
Cash bonuses for hard-working pupils; GCSE RESULTS. 533
CELEBRATION AT FIRE-HIT SCHOOL; New buildings ready for start of term; Youngsters get the best-ever results. 334
Club's golden days. 172
Comedy star Carr goes stateside. 131
Couple new to pub trade scoop top award. 227
Court told of family battle. 293
COVENTRY MYTON HOSPICE APPEAL: Yoga enthusiasts boost our appeal; News of the latest moves in the work to raise pounds 5 million for a new hospice for Coventry. 435
CRICKET: Bears given Prior warning. 309
CRICKET: Penney faces fitness test for crunch clash. 302
CYCLING: Steel will get medal; OLYMPICS: ATHENS 2004. 250
Derrick's home divided - literally! 107
Digging in for a special garden. 219
Drink-drive risk. 128
Driver finds mail dumped in ditch; POST BOSSES HOLD INVESTIGATION AFTER DISCOVERY. 211
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: BMW AIMS TO BE NUMBER 1; ROAD TEST: BMW 1-SERIES. 828
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Children get chance to design car of future. 502
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: DIESEL STRIKES ACCORD; ROAD TEST: HONDA ACCORD 2.2i-CTD. 510
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Fatigue is a killer on long motorway trips. 107
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: FULFIL YOUR VANTASIES; VOLKSWAGEN TRANSPORTER: Zero per cent finance offer on award-winner. 186
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Get on course for accident training. 85
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: GOLF'S SWING BACK TO ROOTS; GOLF GTI: Revamped hatchback - revealed at Paris motor show next month - harks back to the spirit of '76. 374
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Keep your distance warning. 121
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Kia scheme offers instant insurance. 227
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: LIGHT SPEED; FERRARI: Aluminium technology merges with Formula 1 performance. 149
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Motorists admit their cars smell terrible! 124
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: PUT SAFETY ON YOUR HOLIDAY CHECKLIST; Firm offering free ten-point assessment. 249
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: ROADWATCH: How to cope with a deluge. 553
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Roadworks crews hit out at 'dangerous, abusive drivers'. 293
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Rush likely for 350Z Roadster; NISSAN ROADSTER. 121
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Speculation thriving. 131
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: THE ASTRA ABSOLUTE; VAUXHALL: Vauxhall's new 3-door stunner offers its most dramatic family car ever. 446
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: THRILLS WITHOUT THE BILLS; CITROEN C2 VTS. 743
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Women on a power trip. 198
Education is a rising burden for parents. 168
EQUESTRIAN: Skelton bidding for fairytale end to Olympic career; OLYMPICS: ATHENS 2004. 366
Ex-mayors on green. 106
Explosives traces found on crashed airliner. 100
Families to fight third phone mast; MOBILE PHONE GIANT RE-SUBMITS APPLICATION AFTER OPPOSITION. 416
FOOTBALL: Abramovich in the clear, insist Chelsea; UEFA TO RULE ON CONFLICT OF INTEREST. 361
FOOTBALL: Andy wants a clear run. 149
FOOTBALL: Ashby wants Boro to stay in top spot. 367
FOOTBALL: Get real, says Villa's O'Leary. 501
FOOTBALL: Knitters find a healthy pattern. 966
FOOTBALL: REID GOES ON ATTACK; City boss wants to take cup form into league. 463
FOOTBALL: The ODDS. 203
FOOTBALL: TREBLE PICK; pounds 25 WORTH OF FREE BETS AT BETRESCUE.COM. 195
FOOTBALL: Wise's Lions are Hungary for success. 172
FOOTBALL: Wood wants to bed down; SKY BLUES BIG MATCH PREVIEW: NOT'M FOREST v SKY BLUES; CITY GROUND TOMORROW 3pm. 818
Friend tells of Thatcher distress. 114
Gandalf to sewer rat for Sir Ian. 133
Gift says 'thanks' to fundraiser Greg. 236
GO: ART: BRUSH STROKES. 208
GO: ART: LISA ASKS US TO SEE BENEATH SURFACE. 285
GO: CINEMA: CHRONIC AND RIDDICKULOUS. 470
GO: CINEMA: Diesel woos a dame for his 'love match'. 642
GO: CINEMA: STILLER FAILS TO HIT THE TARGET. 328
GO: CINEMA: WATCH THIS SPACE. 215
GO: CLASSICAL: ARMONICO ON A BAROQUE TOUR. 448
GO: CLASSICAL: Stoneleigh concert set to take off with flashes of inspiration. 168
GO: DVD: A HARROWING AND COLOSSAL WORK OF ART. 592
GO: FOLK: THE PENNIES DROP IN TO GUEST SLOT. 309
GO: JAZZ: Control of a man with power; REVIEW. 158
GO: JAZZ: JAZZ FESTIVAL. 155
GO: JAZZ: JAZZ NOTES. 122
GO: JAZZ: THE FESTIVAL IS GOING IN FULL SWING. 250
GO: MUSICBOX: Steve's playing is truly finger-pickin' good. 231
GO: ROCK: NEW TUNE ON MONDAY (October 4th). 488
GO: ROCK: SOUND BITES. 169
GO: TAIL PIECES. 298
GO: THE LIMIT: Charity in the mix with top local bands. 450
GO: THEATRE: Everyone gets to see the funny side. 121
GO: THEATRE: HARD TO RECOGNISE THE BEARDED JAMES. 489
GO: THEATRE: STAGE WHISPERS. 240
GOLF: Cup trio look good. 139
Golfers' help for people below par; HOSPITAL PATIENTS BENEFIT FROM pounds 30,000 EQUIPMENT DONATION. 441
Government bid to extradite Sir Mark. 126
Group has designs on neighbourhood; RESIDENTS HOPE TO WORK WITH DEVELOPER ON AMBITIOUS SCHEME. 378
Guerrilla danger halts trio's trek challenge; Students heed advice and postpone plans. 347
Gun brandished in chip shop raid; ARMED ROBBERY IS LATEST IN CATALOGUE OF CRIME IN AREA. 397
HEALTH & BEAUTY: Waistline winners or a waste of time? 2118
Horror at killing of journalist. 87
Hydrant pranksters slated by MP; POLICE AND FIRE SERVICE CALLED ON TO HELP COMBAT PROBLEM. 264
ICE HOCKEY: Lehman signs on for Blaze. 294
Improved truck tyre service re-opens. 144
IN THE COURTS: Man, 33, sentenced over string of offences. 597
Injured trucker freed from cab. 114
Jane's verse makes it better for community. 212
Jazz CD tells story of city's past and hope for future. 128
Jazz festival launch gets crowd bopping; ANNUAL EVENT KICKS OFF WITH FREE LUNCHTIME SHOW IN SHOPPING PRECINCT: VOX POP. 543
John Leslie in comeback. 99
Julie's Japanese mountain mission; SOCIAL WORKER PREPARES TO MAKE A MIGHTY CLIMB FOR CHARITY. 258
Karaoke help for charity trust. 90
Kids who walk to school are no fitter. 140
LETTERS: your views. 1362
Man, 18 arrested over tot tragedy. 251
Mardi Gras kicks off event in style; TOWN AND COUNTRY FESTIVAL AIMS TO BRING THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER. 547
Mascot sales set to help appeal reach pounds 2m mark; SNOWBALL. 173
Missing girl turns up. 90
Most want park on their doorstep. 137
Mum's shock at tot's crash death. 176
Newsletter celebration. 108
OLYMPIC NOTEBOOK; OLYMPICS: ATHENS 2004. 301
On track for police career; GCSE RESULTS. 186
OUT AND ABOUT: Family fun at the festival; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY. 590
Police actor is fined over speed. 174
Popular holiday dates. 82
pounds 100,000 man will be 'wise'. 180
Pubs on under age alert; GCSE RESULTSS. 161
Putting young folk on road to work; PROJECTS THAT AIM TO PROVIDE A FOCUS ON RESPONSIBILITY. 299
RACING: Nayyir's perfect. 143
RACING: Newcastle beats the rain. 215
Relief as fire row is finally settled. 269
Research could find a few family skeletons. 211
ROBBERS THREATENED TO CUT OFF MY FINGERS; Raiders subject grandad toterror ordeal in his own home. 406
Rugby League: Bears eye bonanza. 186
RUGBY UNION: Cov come home to Butts. 174
RUGBY UNION: Makata aims to impress. 138
RUGBY UNION: Nuns look for boost in tough warm-up. 163
RUGBY UNION: Plenty of pluses for Cov; NEW ERA KICKS OFF AT THE BUTTS ARENA. 690
RUGBY UNION: Underhill steps up for Bold cup test. 258
Run for fun at park weekend. 92
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 99
Sign up for boat trip. 95
Sion is a student success story; MAN BATTLES SUDDEN SIGHT LOSS TO TAKE ON COLLEGE COURSE. 325
Soccer fan dad dies in crash; FOOTBALL CLUB WITHDRAWS SHIRT IN MARK OF RESPECT. 504
SPEEDWAY: Unlucky Bees so close to away joy; COVENTRY SQUEEZED OUT IN TWO LAST-HEAT DECIDERS. 760
Stephen strives for screen fame; EXTRAS SOUGHT FOR NIGHTCLUB AND TRACK SCENES. 283
Stripes star at music festival. 112
SWIMMING: More heart tests for Callaghan. 263
Take your seat for a new era. 408
Take your seats for a new era; THOUSANDS GET THEIR FIRST CHANCE TO SEE RUGBY CLUB'S BRILLIANT NEW STADIUM. 778
Teenagers are in the top five; GCSE RESULTS. 173
TENNIS: A growing reputation. 276
TENNIS: Opening up the future. 222
Three on kidnap charges. 92
Trader sold alcohol to girl, 15. 230
Training project helps 19 land jobs. 155
Twins are just A-mazing; GCSE RESULTS. 699
Warning after run of business thefts. 224
Water firm offers extra support. 162
Wheels run smoothly for community project. 187
Woman injured in head-on smash. 130

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