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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 25, 2004)

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'Exciting' creations from students go on display. 140
'Fibres clue' to van raid. 224
'Hospital insensitive to my boy' WARD NURSES 'UPSET' BY MUM'S CLAIMS OVER SPECIAL NEEDS SON. 339
'Improvements' come under fire. 374
'Parker' as patron a FAB deal for theatre. 170
56 years of Duke devotion; SUPERFANS. 1006
A fusion of dance at show. 92
Air tests highlight risk from chemicals; FEARS OVER LEVELS OF SUBSTANCE. 257
Airport urges car park option; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: CAR PARKS; SPECIAL FOCUS FOR COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE. 234
Balloons help to raise funds. 123
Benfield helping to provide more low cost homes; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: CAR PARKS; SPECIAL FOCUS FOR COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE. 424
Book is 'all our own work'. 185
BOWLS: First time merit win. 139
BOWLS: Lamb goes defensive. 346
Bright sparks scoop prizes for gadgetry; TEENAGE INVENTORS WIN PRAISE FOR DEVICES TO MAKE LIFE EASIER FOR ALL. 402
Cars are the stars at show. 122
celebrations... bringing you the happiest pictures every day of the week. 364
Chaos averted as rail strike called off. 201
Cheer up - it's not the end of the world; ENGLAND MAY BE OUT OF EURO 2004 AND MANY BELIEVE WE WUZ ROBBED, BUT A LEADING PSYCHOLOGIST SAYS THERE ARE STILL PLENTY OF THINGS TO BE HAPPY ABOUT. 752
Children admit 'barbaric' cruelty to wallabies. 214
City's bid to 'design out' bad behaviour; GATES, BOLLARDS AND CAMERAS TO GO UP AS AREA GETS pounds 20,000 TO SPEND. 288
Clear-up after felling of masts. 127
Community leaders back youth centre; CAMPAIGN TO SAVE ESTATE CLUB IS SUPPORTED BY CITY COUNCILLORS. 184
COMMUTERS TO LOSE PEAK LINK; Homebound trains axed for autumn. 381
Council gets tough on benefit cheats warning; COUNTER-FRAUD TEAM 'DEDICATED TO INVESTIGATE AND IDENTIFY OFFENDERS'. 273
COVENTRY MYTON HOSPICE APPEAL: Wedding guests and golfers do their bit for fund; News of the latest moves in the work to raise pounds 5 million for a new hospice for Coventry. 383
CRICKET: Powell stays around to grind down Kent; FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 470
CRICKET: Rain halts Natwest series opener. 198
Cross words after city mayor-making. 295
Dancing memories. 97
Deeley revive Swallow Gate; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: REGENERATION COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE. 461
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: 4-MIDABLE CHALLENGE; LAND ROVER G4 CHALLENGE. 435
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: ECONOMY DRIVE; ROAD TEST: CHRYSLER PT CRUISER CRD CLASSIC: Excellent family hatchback now offers diesel engine option. 480
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: FORD MAKES A PERFECT MATCH FOR ROONEY; A DRIVE IN THE LIFE OF... WAYNE ROONEY. 1039
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: MITSUBISHI HAS GRAND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE; FIRST DRIVE: MITSUBISHI GRANDIS. 514
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: MOTORCYCLING: 'Get on yer bike'. 142
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: NAME GAME; MAZDA. 275
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Polo's new Dune for the summer. 164
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: RAC is top rescue firm. 81
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: RALLY GOOD DRIVE; ROAD TEST: SUBARU. 349
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: ROADWATCH: Please give way to forgotten code. 377
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: ROVER'S CHINESE TAKEAWAY; MG ROVER GROUP: Shanghai partner throws a lifeline for the development of future models. 283
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Skoda's Fabia-lous summer giveaway amounts to pounds 900. 98
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: SUPERB CIVIC IS JUST YOUR TYPE; ROAD TEST: HONDA CIVIC TYPE-R: Perfect, practical choice still has sporty appeal. 482
DRIVETIME: MOTORING: Warning over licence change. 144
Dry your eyes ...I still love you Darius; Star comforted by city girl. 160
Ellis enjoys her close encounter. 141
England out after penalty nightmare; EURO 2004: Supporters in shock at missed opportunity. 496
Ex-Bond girl to cast her spell on panto. 125
Expensivephotos. 81
Fans despair as England pay penalty; EURO 2004: But there is still hope for success in the Olympics. 469
Fans despair as England pay penalty; EURO 2004: Supporters angered by disallowed header. 849
Fine over fireworks sales to children; CITY STORE CAUGHT OUT IN STING OPERATION BY TRADING STANDARDS. 287
Firefighters banned from flying the flag; EURO 2004. 193
Flying cops arrest 496 in a year. 81
FOOTBALL: EURO 2004: 'Awful for Wayne' ENGLAND'S TOP SCORER LIMPS OUT OF TOURNAMENT: Broken heart and foot as England boss admits: We missed him. 229
FOOTBALL: EURO 2004: Complaints at spot of bother. 254
FOOTBALL: EURO 2004: Double whammy does for England; DISALLOWED GOAL AND PENALTY SHOOU-OUT AGONY CONDEMNS ERISKKSON'S MEN TO ANOTHER HEART-BREAKING EXIT FROM A MAJOR INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENT. 994
FOOTBALL: EURO 2004: Dutch evens for last four; EURO 2004 betting column - brought to you in association with totesport. 425
FOOTBALL: EURO 2004: Eriksson: I'm staying. 363
FOOTBALL: EURO 2004: ROBBED; Players fuming as ref costs England Euro 2004 semi-final place. 422
FOOTBALL: EURO 2004: Team-mates rally round sad Vassell. 312
FOOTBALL: Newell looking for promotion repeat. 359
FOOTBALL: pounds 1m Safri leaves Sky Blues. 247
FOOTBALL: Sunderland great first game - Reid. 385
Former civic leader storms out over party alliance. 285
FRIDAY GAMES: Fife Street make it a double cup triumph. 479
GO: ART: BIN ROUND IS WORK OF ART. 336
GO: ART: BRUSH STROKES. 108
GO: CINEMA: EALING HANKS. 482
GO: CINEMA: EVERYONE'S A CRITIC. 151
GO: CINEMA: OTHER NEW FILMS. 126
GO: CINEMA: Tell us what you think of Shrek 2. 185
GO: CINEMA: TOM HANKERS AFTER ALL THE BEST FILM ROLES. 879
GO: CLASSICAL: Mobile phone Verdi still rings true; REVIEWS. 345
GO: CLASSICAL: OUTDOOR SEASON BURSTS INTO LIFE. 571
GO: COUNTRY: Get in tune with Independence Day. 207
GO: DVD: Murray impresses in touching love story. 527
GO: FESTIVAL SPECIAL: SURVIVING A WEEKEND OF SUMMER FUN. 1260
GO: FOLK: Cannons fired up after festival gig. 305
GO: JAZZ: JAZZ NOTES. 100
GO: JAZZ: KINGS OF THE CASTLE. 250
GO: ROCK: Making the best of it. 113
GO: ROCK: STILL ROLLING OUT THE ART OF ROCK. 702
GO: THE LIMIT: Girls that can teach you a thing or two. 506
GO: THEATRE: Singers' tribute to The Carpenters. 132
GO: THEATRE: STAGE WHISPERS. 132
GO: THEATRE: WHAT'S ALL THE FOSSE ABOUT? 521
GUNMEN POUNCE ON FISH AND CHIP SHOP; Trio snatch just pounds 40. 211
Help for the drug abusers; Pilot plan to follow arrests. 186
Hospital says thanks for gifts. 347
How our councils are failing the homeless; TOO MANY ARE TURNED AWAY WITHOUT PROPER INTERVIEW, SAYS REPORT. 484
IN THE COURTS: Man in driving defiance is jailed. 996
Incident: two for court. 82
INDOOR FOOTBALL: Dewhurst carve up high fliers. 223
Kids get a big music chance. 161
Landfill credits hailed from rooftop. 150
Landmark emerging; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: REGENERATION COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE. 509
LETTERS: your views. 896
Lord Mayor goes back to school - walking. 181
Make it a carnival of dreams; pounds 1,000 PRIZE ON OFFER FOR COSTUME DESIGNER WITH A GREAT IDEA. 326
Man jailed for failing to pay council tax. 103
Modern living model; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: REGENERATION COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE. 611
More in the UK born overseas. 174
More of the region's trains running on time. 229
Motor show boost for car-maker. 224
Mystery of man with head injury; POLICE APPEAL OVER SKULL FRACTURE. 283
New three-piece suite is on Barbara's wish list. 135
On this day. 99
Peace in the county as yellow card works. 183
Pet dog impales itself on spike. 143
Plaza on track; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: REGENERATION COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE. 241
pounds 1m - the cost of toxic waste; MULTI-NATIONAL COMPANY WILL FOOT THE BILL FOR CLEARING SITE. 327
Property firm's new office. 176
RACING: Going just right for Polar Bear. 432
RACING: Pekan looks a tough nut to crack. 129
Reality TV show aims to heal family rifts. 141
Robbery charge. 82
RUGBY LEAGUE: Curtis steps in for Bears debut against 'tough' Storm. 272
RUGBY UNION: England 'dream' call for Payne. 334
Safe and secure parking for travellers this summer; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: CAR PARKS; SPECIAL FOCUS FOR COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE. 261
School marks its 70th. 97
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 104
Simple steps to beat the summer burglars; BEAT THE BURGLAR: POLICE SPELL OUT SOME SEASONAL SECURITY TIPS FOR HOMES AND GARDENS. 779
Sky Blues want to train closer to Arena. 299
SO LUCKY MY SON WASN'T PLAYING OUT IN THE GARDEN; Mother's horror as iron girders plunge from train. 282
SPEEDWAY: Bees closure: 'It is unthinkable' QUESTION MARK OVER TEAM'S BRANDON FUTURE. 851
Spend an hour on a bench; REVIEW. 201
Stars in their eyes; SCHOOL PUPILS TAKE UP THEIR PENS TO ENTICE REPLIES OUT OF TOP PERSONALITIES. 517
Stepping out for a ramble. 82
Teenage youths ask time - then snatch man's wallet. 140
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON: BRITWATCH. 209
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON: Hilton puts up five-star show to dump Costa. 303
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON: Martina savages critic Stich. 183
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON: Venus out as umpire gets the score wrong. 128
Tories' website turns too blue for comfort; HACKER CAUSES RED FACES AFTER INSERTING A LINK TO INTERNET PORN. 259
Town will come alive to the sound of music; TALENTED MUSICIANS LINED UP FOR THIS YEAR'S WARWICK FESTIVAL. 251
Towns with lots of flighty people. 138
Union claims major victory in rail deal. 220
Union's 'things we won't do' list. 247
Upset arts officer quits. 184
Village to show off its charms. 193
Walkouts planned at jails. 139
Waste centre's a winner. 98
Women take lighter load on fun run. 182
Youngsters have a 'wheely' good time to aid school funds. 178

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