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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 14, 2004)

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'Reborn' Tony's still a big hit with his fans; HUNDREDS QUEUE TO MEET THEIR 80s POP IDOL AT BOOK SIGNING. 382
All-round picture of health! 165
ARE YOU THE SKY BLUES FAN OF YEAR? 186
ATHLETICS: Brock completes second marathon in charity bid. 218
Benfield hands over forum chair. 85
Best foot forward for brave Bethany; SHOPKEEPER IN CANCER TOT'S NEIGHBOURHOOD JOINS FUNDRAISING TO HELP HER. 272
BOWLS: Juniors sparkle on national stage. 429
Boy sex assault: man,47 quizzed. 126
Brad wears skirt at home. 131
Britney rocks, say (most of) her fans; YOUR VERDICTS ON THE MIDLANDS CONCERT OF THE YEAR. 472
Britons tops in instant coffee market. 194
Bullets find puts youth behind bars; SEARCH UNCOVERED STOLEN GOODS. 245
Career in travel starts right here. 142
celebrations... bringing you the happiest pictures every day of the week. 494
CHESS: Centenary celebration. 217
Children check on career in nursing; CELEBRATING CARING ROLE OF THE 'ANGELS' WHO WORK THE WARDS OF OUR HOSPITALS. 1412
Children rise to charity's pounds 1 challenge; IMAGINATIVE YOUNGSTERS COME UP WITH ALL SORTS OF MONEY-SPINNING IDEAS. 298
City council gets a 'weak' label; HOPES OF BEING RATED FAIR ARE DASHED BY WATCHDOGS. 329
Community looks back on its past. 156
Computers are latest adventure for children. 131
Concern growing for man trapped in factory. 118
Council's branded 'stubborn' over airport; High Court told expensive legal action could have been avoided. 416
COUNTY MAN SHOT DEAD IN AFGHANISTAN; Coroner opens aid worker's inquest. 405
Cov swoop for South African double. 317
CRICKET: County on campaign trail. 336
CRICKET: Hogg ton puts Bears in the driving seat; WARWICKSHIRE PILE ON THE MISERY FOR SURREY. 461
CRICKET: Two As beat the weather. 151
Decision on homes plan is deferred for site visit. 173
Delays after two rush-hour accidents. 92
Double tonic for Boro boss. 316
Drivers face 20 weeks of misery; BUSY ROADS WILL BE HIT BY MAJOR GAS PIPELINE WORKS. 217
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:480bhp Audi RS6 zooms in. 466
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:92... MPG! HONDA CIVIC DIESEL. 202
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:Bluffers guide to motoring jargon. 185
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:British device gives us prospect of cleaner exhaust systems; DRIVETIME Digest. 472
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:GREAT DRIVES; DAYS OUT:ON THE MARCH TO WALES. 433
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:New Audi comes with a tax break. 80
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:New maps of France. 107
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:pounds 1bn - to make your car flashy; STYLING. 192
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:POWER PACKS; NEW PORSCHE. 171
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:PRICE OF FAME. 230
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:QUATTRO WITH THE SLICK SHIFT; ROAD TEST: AUDI TT ROADSTER 3.2 QUATTRO DSG. 548
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:RECORD COLLECTOR; VOLVO C70 COLLECTION. 282
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:ROAD WATCH:Car builders hit back at Which? 382
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:THE CAR DOCTOR:Tyres, diesels and back pains; Consult The Car Doctor for answers to all your motoring problems and advice on car concerns. 434
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:Vauxhall find way to top of fleet market; FLEET AWARD. 199
DRIVETIME:MOTORING:Why our taxis are an icon of true Britishness. 183
Duo crash gives band cash blow. 296
Estage agents urged to back code of practice. 159
Fans' four-hour wait to meet 80s hero. 264
Firebugs attack derelict houses; Firefighters back in area repeatedly hit earlier in year. 323
Five of the Best OUTDOOR PRODUCTS; SHOPPING. 351
Flying start for first arts festival; EXHIBITIONS, MUSICAL EVENTS AND FAMILY ACTIVITIES AMONG ATTRACTIONS. 553
Fond farewell to respected headteacher. 230
FOOTBALL BETTING: Brighton ones to watch in play-offs. 424
FOOTBALL: Adders back in business. 292
FOOTBALL: BIG MO SO SAD TO GO; Defender 'shocked and hurt' at Sky Blues axe. 995
FOOTBALL: FIRMS SIX-A-SIDE: Hunter rifles smart treble as Sherries break Glass. 278
FOOTBALL: Morgan stunned by snub. 91
FOOTBALL: New twist in Pompey row. 193
FOOTBALL: Pompey in crisis over Smith row. 119
FOOTBALL: PROUD dad and Sky Blues defender Calum Davenport. 123
Fun for all down on the farm. 117
Girls urged to try for place in games. 202
GO:ART:BRUSH STROKES. 273
GO:ART:WALK TAKES MANY FORMS. 376
GO:CINEMA:EVERYONE'S A CRITIC SPECIAL; WHAT A SPOTLESS FILM! 938
GO:CINEMA:Footy violence fails to score. 374
GO:CINEMA:OTHER NEW FILMS. 168
GO:CLASSICAL:MUTI IS THE STAR OF A NEW SEASON. 602
GO:CLASSICAL:REVIEW:Chloe's talent deserved a bigger crowd. 243
GO:COUNTRY:On your Marks for a great weekend. 343
GO:DVD:WORK OF GENIUS JUST FALLS APART. 499
GO:FOLK:Sixties legend on stage for a top night. 326
GO:JAZZ:JAZZ NOTES. 118
GO:JAZZ:SHEENA MAKES SOME TASTY SOUNDS. 285
GO:JAZZ:Studio session brings out live performance; CD REVIEW. 235
GO:ROCK:Britney rocks, say (most of) her fans. 401
GO:ROCK:MORRISSEY IS GUNNING FOR A COMEBACK. 276
GO:ROCK:NO BUSINESS LIKE CHER BUSINESS. 262
GO:ROCK:Super story of success. 142
GO:SOUND BITES. 170
GO:THE LIMIT:You'll simply adore glam rockers King Adora. 461
GO:THEATRE:A festival of premieres. 143
GO:THEATRE:NIGEL HAS THOSE BARE NECESSITIES. 557
GO:THEATRE:STAGE WHISPERS. 146
GOLF: Dyson cleans up in China. 96
GOLF: Record goes in Shanghai. 101
Gone with the Wind is the epic winner. 183
Gun horror. 85
Hoping to clean up. 143
ICE HOCKEY: Tait stays with Blaze; CITY CLUB'S EARLY BOOST. 386
IN THE COURTS: Man who defied driving ban is jailed. 678
It's crunch time for kids as Fruity Friday unfolds. 184
Jimmy Hill lands in race row hot water; FORMER SKY BLUES BOSS JUMPS TO DEFENCE OF SACKED RON ATKINSON. 357
Jobs fair is hailed a huge success. 442
Join the fun day and score for the Myton Hospice Appeal; News of the latest moves in the work to raise pounds 5 million for a new hospice for Coventry. 313
Junction 'now more visible'. 148
Last orders for banquet. 81
Let's honour Robins at new Arena; SPORTSTALK. 330
LETTERS: your views. 1484
Lord Mayor's joy at record sum. 181
Meadow secrets revealed. 113
Media gagged as Carr is released. 243
Morrisons selling off more Safeway stores. 142
On this day. 94
Phone mast: This won't happen again; Ward councillors to be told of any plans. 386
Playing and learning in the great outdoors. 167
Plucky Katie on road to recovery; TEENAGER COMES THROUGH STRESSFUL TREATMENT. 333
PM comes to city in search of new ideas. 1882
POLICE CRACKDOWN ON MOTORBIKE YOBS; Get tough after rise in complaints. 317
POOL: Cooke and the Wiz lift doubles crown. 339
pounds 210m ops deal signed. 84
pounds 300 cost of attending a wedding. 112
Prepare for new invasion by the French; MARKETS BRING WONDERFUL OILS, WINES AND FOOD FOR THREE-DAY FEAST. 293
Prescription fears. 169
Prizes up for grabs in auction. 101
Pupils fire their imaginations. 155
Putting the glamour back into Coventry; SHOPPING. 706
RACING: Cheap admission at local courses. 196
READER REVIEW. 181
School seeks human touch; pounds 50,000 appeal is launched. 250
Season reviews; SKY BLUES NEWS AND VIEWS. 792
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 98
Shoppers invited to choose a good cause. 160
Sikhs outraged by comment on radio show; BBC APOLOGISES FOR 'TOTALLY UNEXPECTED' REMARK BY GUEST. 375
Sky Blues new assistant manager Adrian Heath on the secret of his success with boss Reid; SKY BLUES NEWS AND VIEWS. 1165
Soaring bill for new citadel; Congregation asked to find pounds 315,000. 276
Sorrow as canalside gallery faces closure; ARTISTS SAY AREA WILL BE LOSING A 'WONDERFUL INTIMATE VENUE'. 327
SPEEDWAY: Bees effort in vain as Tatum stars; BRANDON MEN SENT TUMBLING AT HOME TO STAY ROCK BOTTOM. 635
SPEEDWAY: Pratt under pressure as Bees slide. 191
Stone attack on gipsy camp site; POLICE PROBE REPORTS THAT CARAVANS WERE HIT. 279
Strike threat over pension crisis. 176
TAKEAWAY BOSS CHARGED WITH MURDER; 16-year-old city boy died in attack. 266
text line. 212
Tips to help trap wheel thieves. 131
Transport plea made to minister; Bosses tell of 'millstone around neck of business'. 342
Tribute to great bravery shown by young and old; COMMUNITY AWARDS. 1163
Triumph remembered. 100
Untaxed vehicles will be impounded; COVENTRY POLICE TO USE NEW POWERS IN PILOT SCHEME. 264
Village stumped by log puzzle. 208
Warning on tax deadline. 100
Week starts in style. 96
Will Clive be given a licence to thrill? COVENTRY KID TIPPED TO TAKE OVER ONE OF MOST FAMOUS FILM ROLES. 529
Youngsters show how to beat the criminals. 224

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