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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (November 13, 2004)

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350 jobs to go as car firm wields axe. 126
Another Geldof on the telly. 93
Are you free for a show? 123
ATHLETICS: Godiva pride of Midlands. 236
BADMINTON: Fourth team save face as county go crashing. 272
Bars and gym to follow superstore; Planning permission paves way for more facilities. 259
BEST IN BRITAIN; pounds 13m justice centre 'the envy of every town in the country'. 269
Black Watch thwart bombs plot. 181
BOXING: Emotional Egan is set to bounce back. 332
BURGLAR ADMITS KNIFE 'FRENZY' Judge orders psychiatric reports on 23-year-old. 253
Burglars pose as police officers. 326
By giving up fags I've made them all the more irresistible; voice of the north. 361
Centre will give hi-tech justice; Innovations revealed at preview of pounds 13m building. 497
Children dig in for a spring display. 92
Con men steal safe. 100
Congratulations! The good news column for you, and by you...the readers. 187
Council to focus on Jag jobs axe. 160
Councillor blocks way to sports site. 350
Councillors join the volunteers for a day of practical learning. 193
County schools among the best. 168
COVENTRY CIU GAMES LEAGUE: Bell Green move up to tie with leaders. 509
CRICKET: Tricky start as Bears defend title. 489
CYCLING: Wymanhas flat feeling. 313
Dad, 67 turned blind eye to pot in the attic. 193
Dress-up day is brought to book. 252
Drinkers' challenge benefits charities. 157
Flats proposal wins go-ahead. 81
Folk legend is on road to recovery; Fans support fiddler through illness. 398
FOOTBALL: 50 GREAT SPORTING MOMENTS: And the WINNER IS... GAME ON: The countdown of your favourite memories reaches its climax. 1217
FOOTBALL: Baggies not a match for Boro; GAME ON: ODDS ON: YOUR BEST GUIDE TO ALL THE WEEKEND'S BETTING ACTION. 274
FOOTBALL: Everton can give Bruce the Blues; GAME ON: ODDS ON: YOUR BEST GUIDE TO ALL THE WEEKEND'S BETTING ACTION. 491
FOOTBALL: Goal ace Pountney sparks Town; GAME ON. 244
FOOTBALL: O'Sullivan quits Greenbacks - after all; GAME ON. 212
FOOTBALL: Racing form worries Law; GAME ON. 225
FOOTBALL: REID LAYS DOWN LAW; City players told to take on some responsibility. 114
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUE MONDAY: Mike McGinnity's How To Cook; GAME ON: A SIDEWAYS LOOK AT LIFE AT HIGHFIELD ROAD. 393
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES: Pull your finger out, Reid tells City; GAME ON: Players have to start taking responsibility themselves: COVENTRY CITY v PLYMOUTH, HIGHFIELD ROAD, KICK-OFF 3pm. 647
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES: TERRACE VERDICT; GAME ON: How YOU the fans, think the big game will go. 307
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES: THE OPPOSITION: Pilgrims won't be carried away by progress; GAME ON. 765
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES: When Jol played for the Sky Blues; GAME ON. 562
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?: RONNIE REES; GAME ON. 433
FOOTBALL: THE LOCKER ROOM: Why plastic's not so fantastic for our footballers; GAME ON. 518
FOOTBALL: Thomas stays put; GAME ON. 207
FOOTBALL: Trophy success provides big boost; GAME ON. 310
FOOTBALL: Twin Peakes in the Cup; GAME ON. 1596
FOOTBALL: Upbeat Ashby looks to future; GAME ON. 363
Garages get caught out; Sting reveals lack of proper checks. 315
GIRL TORQUE: COOL SWEDE; ROAD TEST: SAAB 9-3: Every girl's dream car for those spontaneous shopping excursions. 330
GIRL TORQUE: Keeping the children safe and secure. 364
GIRL TORQUE: Pudsey will benefit from every sale. 232
GIRL TORQUE: Why do men's motoring habits drive women mad? 210
Harry's savvy is enough to keep Pompey chiming; GAME ON: THE LAST WORD. 815
Hint of hope in row over homes plan; Builder suggests it might opt for a smaller scheme. 275
ICE HOCKEY: Pease rises up through ranks; GAME ON. 425
ICE HOCKEY: Tough guy Belak will be a great addition for us; GAME ON. 483
IN THE COURTS. 769
It's no stitch-up for top students; Fashion designers to feature in national show. 509
Jaguars by score roar into heritage centre. 166
Jingle Jog will just suit Santa. 219
Kate's there to help patients. 127
Kids are famous for a day. 95
LAST CHANCE TO SAVE CITY BUS STATION; Sort access problems and we'll stay, says Stagecoach. 351
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1192
Man with money to burn. 110
Miners' widows to get flat rate pay out. 150
MOTOR CYCLING: Reveley rises to Sound of Thunder. 301
MP in row over leaflet. 108
Officers could hop off the bus. 91
On course for Christmas cards. 146
On this day. 89
Our escape as the bombs rained down. 783
Palestinians push for early elections. 369
Peace is not an empty word; COVENTRY PEACE MONTH: City of Peace & Reconciliation; Supported by the EVENING TELEGRAPH. 412
Police help students tackle drink spiking. 176
Prayer and fast in school; How Muslim pupils are given support in class: vox pop. 615
Public service for Emlyn. 105
Pupils' anger as school drops Armistice silence. 279
QUOTES OF THE WEEK; GAME ON. 301
RACING: GOING FOR GLORY; GAME ON. 248
RACING: Slipping down pecking order; GAME ON. 543
Relief as girl, 9, found. 80
RSC shows Charles some naughty bits. 347
RUGBY UNION: Cannon: England have to work hard; GAME ON. 344
RUGBY UNION: Cov dip into loan market; GAME ON. 522
RUGBY UNION: Johnson backed by Tigers coach; GAME ON. 304
RUGBY UNION: Nuns boost firepower with forward signings; GAME ON. 371
The day I met Yasser Arafat, by MP. 192
THE LOCKER ROOM: TOP FIVE ... TROPHY HEIST; GAME ON. 237
TIME TUNNEL: Factory workers tell their tales from the trenches; ... A JOURNEY INTO OUR RICH HERITAGE. 1008
Tourism service is extended. 105
Tower block hotel opens next summer; New use for former BT offices. 254
Town is all set for a Carry On carnival. 136
Two firearms charges dropped. 161
UNPLUGGED: Isn't hand signal enough to halt men's chat-up line? 492
War of words on sports project. 142
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Caring shines through local debut. 162
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Made up with a barrel of laughs. 122
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Northern Lights scales the heights. 151
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Rogues' gallery is so entertaining. 209
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Scary tales will delight all ages; GREAT FAMILY READS. 394
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 104
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Halo has arrived and it will blow you away. 523
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Super views from pretty little village. 556
WEEKEND: FOOD/LIVING SPACE: Make dinner a family affair; ONE COVENTRY FAMILY TALK ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF SITTING DOWN TOGETHER FOR AN EVENING MEAL. 843
WEEKEND: FOOD: JAMIE'S DISH. 184
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Bag treats for Christmas. 88
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 231
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Ela laps up the outdoor life; SWIMMING AND A SPOT OF SAILING HELP AMANDA'S LABRADOR TO OVERCOME ARTHRITIS HANDICAP. 676
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Telegraph on Tour: Dave's pic is the peak of perfection. 459
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Walking in a winter Walt-aland; A TRIP TO DISNEYLAND RESORT PARIS IS THE ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS TREAT - AND A MAGICAL WAY TO BEGIN THE FESTIVE SEASON. 1551
WEEKEND: YOUR PETS: Why did two baby rabbits die? 565
YOUR SHOUT: Should radio have deleted expletives? The page where teenagers set the agenda. 539

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