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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (November 18, 2004)

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A better way to borrow. 172
Anger over police post. 135
Appeal as man dies in car crash. 150
Appeal Court backs Rover in redundancy row. 149
Appeal to trace crash driver. 121
Apprentices provide a boost for business; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 476
BASKETBALL: Hawks lose their unbeaten tag after clash with Warriors. 429
BOOST AS SOCIAL SERVICES WINS AN EXTRA STAR RATING; Inspectors say prospects 'promising' after years of problems. 368
BOXING: Injury forces Egan to pull out of Leofric bill. 302
Brownies benefit too from helping charity. 159
BULKINGTON GAMES LEAGUE: Miners Arms close round the leaders. 185
Cairo hit by swarm of locusts. 94
Caller's boiler check claim was a lie. 114
Care bosses land top award. 180
Care rate rise. 83
Children raise cash for Pudsey. 93
City MP voted for a compromise. 123
CLUBSCENE: Jumpin' Jaks, Skydome; THE VIBE. 143
Course in writing a script. 93
Court told dad kicked ex-partner. 124
Crackdown on violence in our classrooms. 299
CRICKET: Richardson all set to team up with Betts. 351
Dance school showered in glory. 170
DARTS: In-form men clinch victory for County. 200
Day of fun and help for older people. 213
Deal for houses in chemical alert; Company prepares to buy nine homes. 287
Delighted to be sent to Coventry. 87
Depot's safety award. 141
DEVASTATED; Hunting ban will cost me my job - and my hounds. 453
Diary of a beleaguered grandad . . .The name game is a serious one; THE TRAILS AND TRIBULATIONS OF GRANDPARENTHOOD. 509
Do you know a child who deserves a Christmas treat? FIVE SPECIAL CHILDREN WILL GET TO MEET SANTA AND HIS ELVES IN LAPLAND. 389
Dundee takes the cake in deal for city black cabs. 169
Family escape arson attack. 208
Fine defaulters pay up under threat of prison. 189
Fire-hit museum ready for comeback; Hard work and determination pay off. 396
FOOTBALL: Canon Maggs side lift six-a-side crown. 229
FOOTBALL: ENGLAND FURY AT RACIST TAUNTS; Spanish FA face probe into fans' abuse of black stars. 406
FOOTBALL: FANS'ZONE: How to keep Dele playing like he's Pele; The weekly column where Sky Blues fanzine and website writers have their say on events at Highfield Road. 550
FOOTBALL: Partridge power play. 111
FOOTBALL: Power play. 93
FOOTBALL: Scottish fans want Strachan. 128
FOOTBALL: Suffo grabs point for Oggy's battlers. 527
FOOTBALL: Wayne learns the hard way. 727
FOOTBALL: Williams wants happy Molineux return. 520
FOOTBALL: Woodgate misses out. 84
Gates to keep out burglars. 293
German market sets out its stall. 83
GOLF: US hits back at Casey. 182
Government to force through hunting ban; Act could be used to override second block by Lords. 284
HAND IT BACK; pounds 1/2m seized from criminals in one month. 402
health & fitness: It's time to give flu the needle. 2425
Help call to spread hamper happiness. 315
Help children cross safely; City faces shortage of lollipop people. 361
HOCKEY: Jaguar wrap up derby honours. 385
HOCKEY: Union turn on the firepower. 915
Jay is cutting out the medical man; THE VIBE. 510
Learning the art of cold calling. 120
Lights hope at junction. 164
Lorry thieves targeted. 103
LSC launches major change programme; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 462
Lunch not a break for so many. 172
Man robbed near rail station. 135
MP hits out at CSA. 118
Muggers slash face of rider. 163
New era looms in parking rules. 370
Newborn Mary-Kate is a fundraising star. 344
No U-turn on Jaguar cuts. 510
Nora tells it straight at 100. 203
Nurse Lesley follows in her son's footsteps; UNIVERSITY RESULTS 2004: COVENTRY UNIVERSITY. 240
OAPs urge minister to keep pension books. 322
Pammy lined up to star as Lady Godiva; FORMER BAYWATCH BABE IN TALKS WITH CITY FILM MAKERS. 450
Party on - without the taxman. 136
Patients' safety is new focus; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 269
Police to get a link to 72 languages. 264
Pop acts turn out for Children in Need. 137
pounds 950 bill apiece for forum five. 242
Pupils get a taste of the world of work. 95
Racing pair aim to spark speed record; Electric car prepared for desert bid. 323
RACING: Hobbs to paste up hurdle win. 209
Racing: Mate looks best bet. 94
Racing: Punter's tragic death. 100
Reading rooms ready to greet visitors. 203
Red carpet rolled out for Santa. 347
RUGBY UNION: Grewcock alarm bells. 602
Runners break through the pounds 1million barrier. 353
Sailing is oh so sweet for Trixie; Wine gums help crew keep afloat. 239
School deal is a boost for sports. 284
Science park in top award; Judges 'bowled over' by how good it is. 238
Second degree for volunteer stalwart; UNIVERSITY RESULTS 2004: COVENTRY UNIVERSITY. 219
Smaller manufacturers hit by orders slump. 94
SNOOKER: Maximum man Gray ready to add finishing touch. 261
Social services 'promising'. 132
Social services earns its stars. 392
SPEEDWAY: Pratt is voted out. 127
Spending ruins the festive spirit. 92
Spiderman show a thriller for shoppers. 273
Sports team gets a fruity sponsor. 188
Staff praised as store marks birthday. 168
Students found flatmate's body; 'Sad' death is attributed to natural causes. 252
Students go the extra miles for fundraising effort. 202
Superhighway helps PC to keep in touch. 176
Support for new health regime. 377
Team to help young offenders. 139
Three-day rally challenge is a family affair. 223
Tower buyer will gain a top address. 291
TV licence dodgers targeted; More inspectors on patrol. 339
University Results 2004: COVENTRY UNIVERSITY. 4183
Viva is island bound in her quest for knowledge. 224
Warning over Christmas shop thieves. 113
Weekend road closure. 111

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