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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 7, 2004)

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'We're right over gipsy camp'. 160
A chance to see band who are on the up. 100
Ah, the agony that love brings. 140
Airport growth sparks fears for woodland. 360
Aleesha murder sightings. 182
Arena job is dream ticket for fan Scott; SKY BLUES SUPPORTER AIMS TO LEAVE 1987 FINAL MEMENTO UNDER PITCH. 549
BASKETBALL: Warriors bow to shock reverse. 270
BINGO! Players ring up numbers for fund; HUGE BOOST FOR APPEAL TO SEND CANCER GIRL ON FIRST HOLIDAY. 343
Borough groups get pounds 22,000 boost. 267
Britons set to splash out on homes. 222
Cabin offers valentines a sonnet treat. 184
Calling all poets ... 186
Care need on agenda. 83
Cash incentive in nappy campaign; PARENTS URGED TO USE 'DISPOSABLE ALTERNATIVES'. 329
celebrations... the happiest pictures. 299
Chance to meet your local PC. 160
City Labour MPs clash over criticism of Blair. 305
City teenagers get a taste of life in Iran; EEDUCATIONAL TRIP IS EYE-OPENING EXPERIENCE FOR YOUNG AMBASSADORS. 577
Crackdown makes bus journeys safer; SUCCESSFUL CRIME-CATCHING OPERATION TO BE CONTINUED. 269
EUROPEAN VISIT TO GET TRUANCY TIPS. 240
Ex-police inspector aims to be Tory MP; POLITICAL CHALLENGE FOR FORMER CITY OFFICER AFTER 30-YEAR CAREER. 284
FOOTBALL: Blues delighted to have Dugarry back in running. 336
FOOTBALL: PIPE'S NEW LINE PAYS OFF; Switch to full back going well at Notts County. 369
FOOTBALL: Wayne gets World Cup call; HINCKLEY UNITED STRIKER OFF TO PLAY FOR MONSERRAT. 243
Gee, but it's great to be back home... 181
Get me out of trouble - find my wedding ring! 189
GOLF: Ernie eases off but keeps a firm grip; TODAY'S NEWS FROM MELBOURNE. 584
Good Samaritan attacked, robbed; MOTORIST COMES TO AID OF ROBBED MAN - AND BECOMES A VICTIM. 306
Grand project nearing finish. 218
Griff House unveils revamp. 99
Have you beaten cancer? 151
Help us get to India, say guides. 192
Hockey girls to bare all again. 200
Hunt for bosses behind tragedy. 223
ICE HOCKEY: We'll keep fighting to the end say Blaze. 521
it's your shout!: The tones they are a changing...; Where teenagers set the agenda. 749
Jailed farmer Martin may stand as an MP. 209
Joanne fashions smoke-free look. 151
Karen Alps herself to a holiday. 158
Ken's stepping down - at 83; HOSPITAL FRIENDS' HONOUR CHAIRMAN WHO HAS HELPED RAISE pounds 1.6m. 395
LETTERS: your views. 820
Mayor visit's 'town's sub'. 185
Mother helped trap her girl's sex attacker; THREE YEARS FOR CITY MAN AFTER RAIL STATION CAPTURE. 525
MP hits out at 'poor train service'. 222
On this day... 81
PARENTS IN SCHOOL 'BULLYING' PROTEST; Mum says they are getting no help with claims. 321
Pensioner celebrates pounds 200,000 bingo win. 329
Phoenix scheme wins award. 131
POLICE OFFICERS HURT AS CAR SLAMS INTO VAN. 358
Police plea over assault. 115
Prince makes quake appeal. 128
Queen top anthem poll. 109
Radio Phil to launch service. 99
Radio rivals are united in respect; Praise for the unsung heroes. 836
Residents want say in pounds 1bn plans; LOCAL GROUPS GIVE THE SCHEME A CAUTIOUS WELCOME. 447
RUGBY LEAGUE: Bears face four more rivals. 195
RUGBY UNION: Facer gets skipper's armband. 252
RUGBY UNION: Operation may be first step for Jonny. 239
SAVE OUR SCHOOLS: Youngsters share community spirit; SUCCESS OF JUNIOR RANGERS SCHEME IS PRAISED. 297
SNOOKER: White's title dream. 355
Snow? Pitch is again fit to use. 152
Speeding drivers will see the light. 85
Streets of trouble get new patrols. 295
Tale of debt remains in credit; REVIEW. 204
Teenager's murder case not to be reopened. 187
TENNIS: Rusedski confident of drugs all-clear. 211
Tessa gives dream display. 173
text line. 183
TIME TUNNEL: Quiet streets where GP had the only car; . . . JOURNEY BACK WITH READER MARION TO A RADFORD OF FARMS, STREAMS AND PONDS. 1081
Two million shop in city at Christmas. 194
Two teenagers hit in Mini crash. 103
Warm welcome for jobs boost at engine plant. 181
Watch the birdie this half-term. 97
WEEKEDND: GARDEDNING: Let bulbs light up your garden; BRIGHTEN UP A DULL CORNER AND WELCOME IN THE SPRING WITH OUR GUIDE TO BUYING AND PLANTING SUMMER-FLOWERING BULBS. 920
WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV. 218
WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV. 260
WEEKEND: Beware the perils of mobile phone romance!; UNPLUGGED. 466
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Absorbing tale needs a sequel. 136
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Lestat gets a cool revamp. 109
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Submerged in a sea of emotions. 210
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 104
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Wine lovers' guide has a hint of passion. 160
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Bettering Splinter Cell is a Mission Impossible. 454
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: A fine stroll and no tough fields. 535
WEEKEND: FOOD: A taste of true love; MAKE SURE YOUR VALENTINE'S DAY IS ONE TO REMEMBER WITH OUR ROMANTIC TIPS. 718
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 343
WEEKEND: ME & MY PET: The day Jack joined the family. 283
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Don't let the fur fly in your hutch!; IF YOU'RE PLANNING ON ADOPTING A GUINEA PIG AND A RABBIT MAKE SURE YOU SEPARATE THEM - OR THERE COULD BE TROUBLE. 870
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Get breath of fresh air; UK'S BIGGEST OUTDOOR SHOW HAS MORE BOATS AND WATER FEATURES THAN EVER. 949
WEEKEND: TV: A league of their own. 1019
WEEKEND: TV: HOT GOSSIP . . . what's happening in the world of showbiz. 244
WEEKEND: TV: STAR PROFILE: Sarah's city days are over. 348
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: Are kittens playing safe or ready for a fight? 204
WIN a fantastic trip to the picturesque Highlands. 386
Working-class language at grassroots level of the game; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 440
write on: Marion Burke is fed up with queue-jumping by telephone; THE COLUMN THAT BELONGS TO YOU, THE READER. 321

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