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

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'Hooded rapist' dies in prison, aged 75. 180
'Yanks a million for salmon scare' FISHMONGERS SAY CUSTOMERS ARE IGNORING LATEST FOOD SCARE. 415
Aiming to put fun into diet and keeping fit. 240
Alert over road works. 116
Alex pub honoured for 'real charm'. 164
Are you the community student of the year? 1257
Baby in car charges dropped. 104
Belgrade boss looks to top drama. 286
CAMPAIGN TO REDUCE MEDICINE 'WASTE'. 235
Cathedral envoy on peace mission. 138
celebrations... bringing you the happiest pictures every day of the week. 439
Cheers to a life that has spanned THREE centuries; MOLLIE, THE OLDEST PERSON IN COVENTRY, RAISES A GLASS FOR HER 106th BIRTHDAY. 399
Chile-bound Naomi sets herself a towering challenge. 236
Church's ambition. 117
Classical music for guide dogs. 98
Crackdown on drinkers wins big backing; Vote to ban pests from the streets. 365
DARTS: KO as Tony beats the count. 467
Dean's 'giant mouse' horror. 161
Derelict house is torched. 126
Dylan's a great little star! 206
E-mail threats can be health hazard. 157
Firm's boss hits back over worker's claims. 280
Five arson attacks in town. 184
FOOTBALL: ARCHIE EAGER FOR SKY BLUES TEST; Black goes back to his roots to recruit new right-hand man. 574
FOOTBALL: Fergie relishes battle of the hot shots; SPOTLIGHT ON THE PREMIERSHIP AND NATIONWIDE LEAGUE. 456
FOOTBALL: Happy Megson hails Albion's best show. 721
FUNDING TO BOOST CHILDCARE PLACES. 255
Gates fight crime and the fear of it; FALL IN BURGLARIES PUT DOWN TO CLOSING OFF ALLEYS. 420
Giant prize for little Liberty. 128
Health tests offered to Asian women. 164
Healthy school snacks praised. 142
Homes on school land gets go-ahead; PLAYING FIELDS SOLD OFF TO PAY FOR IMPROVED FACILITIES. 217
HOOLIGAN COMES BACK TO CITY FOR LOVE; Man jailed for football violence hopes to settle with Thai woman. 363
I'm sorry for Arab article, says presenter. 170
ICE HOCKEY: Confident Blaze back to full power; NEW SIGNING EVANS MAKES DEBUT AT BELFAST. 395
IN THE COURTS: Man bound over to keep the peace for six months. 498
Industrial action at Land Rover goes on. 84
Invitation to work with youngsters. 143
Is this your property? 109
it's your shout!; Where teenagers set the agenda. 696
Kevin's work on show at museum. 127
LETTERS: your views. 831
Loft greets fund boost. 159
Magnificent Seven head for Oxbridge. 207
McRae misery! 412
MP's bid for referendum on Europe. 160
MP's bid for referendum on Europe. 160
Musicians tune up for charity. 94
Neglect case man in pet ban. 197
Nuneaton en route for School Links scheme. 323
Parliamentary debate on Dr Mattu case. 270
PC gives lessons in self defence; KICKBOXING CHAMPION STARTS CLASSES FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES. 386
Picture debut for new royal. 91
Police on trail of car thieves. 139
Presence of gipsy families is contentious two-sided issue; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 496
Protesters dismiss rail transport option; RUGBY IN PLUME OPPOSES CALL TO RE-OPEN DISUSED LINE. 274
Roadwork to start for Arena project. 286
Sacks of spuds spell out Jane's success; SLIM-LINE MUM WEIGHS UP ALL THE BENEFITS OF HER NEW LOOK. 371
School Links success could spell expansion. 301
School's magnificent seven. 241
Sick burglars beheaded cat. 122
Take first steps in learning to dance. 126
Talented teens try art on a large scale. 198
TENNIS: Doping expert worried by Greg's test. 301
TENNIS: Henman lets Ivan off the hook. 247
text line. 170
TIME TUNNEL: Common fun for kids and wild horses; A JOURNEY INTO OUR RICH HERITAGE . . . WITH GLIMPSE OF VILLAGE BEFORE BULLDOZERS MOVED IN. 867
Transport for patients. 87
Van raider grabs tools. 86
We're all here for you mum; EIGHT BROTHERS AND SISTERS GATHER TO HONOUR A VERY SPECIAL WOMAN. 601
Week to focus on art. 167
WEEKEND TV: New take on the racing game is smashing fun. 496
WEEKEND TV: SATURDAY TV. 211
WEEKEND TV: STAR PROFILE: Alice is as all-American as it gets. 323
WEEKEND TV: SUNDAY TV. 244
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Connie battles the odds to be a star. 109
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Cryer's tales will make you laugh. 152
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Dark deeds in Swiss forest. 103
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Money at root of evil. 152
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Relive the golden age of motoring. 135
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 113
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Engineers' vision is path with a view. 546
WEEKEND: FOOD: Deli-tful way to revive tastebuds; SPECIALITY SHOPS TO THE RESCUE AFTER CHRISTMAS BLOW-OUT. 603
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 281
WEEKEND: GARDENING: Grafting away at cutting edge; NURSERYMAN SHOWS HOW STEADY HAND AND SHARP KNIFE CAN PRODUCE PERFECT TWO-IN-ONE PLANT. 1069
WEEKEND: I'm judging my latest crush by my past obsessions; UNPLUGGED. 501
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 293
WEEKEND: PET SOS: The prodigal moggy makes it back home; ANNETTE HARRISON THOUGHT SHE'D LOST HER CAT FOREVER WHEN HE WENT MISSING - BUT THEN ONE DAY... 931
WEEKEND: Travel: Out of the blue ... and into the black; CHRISTMAS WEEK IN THE FRENCH ALPS PROVIDES THRILLING SKI RUNS AND CHANCE TO UNWIND IN A COSY CHALET AFTER DAY ON SLOPES. 1467
weekend: tv: Is this the worst family on telly? 908
WEEKEND: TV: McTV. 295
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: House rabbit is frightened to come near me. 634
When Jack, 15, met the most important man in Britain ...; CITY TEENAGER TALKS ABOUT HOW HE WENT TO DOWNING STREET TO TAKE PART IN A 'BIG CONVERSATION' WITH PRIME MINISTER AIMED AT SHAPING FUTURE LABOUR POLICY. 1165
Witness urged to call again. 130
Yard refuses to comment over 'doubts'. 239

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