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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (November 23, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
'Bias' rap for radio show hosts. 308
'Costly' train service faces the axe. 136
'Docile' dog in line for heroism award; Seeing off intruder puts Bell in running for canine glory. 350
'Petrol bomb' at house. 81
A panto treat for pensioners. 181
A wish for patient help is granted. 235
A&E patients taken direct to Walsgrave; Casualty department moving out of city centre. 270
Airport inquiry set to last for months. 293
Are you a big fan of Dr Who? 119
ARENA'S BIG BREAK? Bid to bring huge snooker event to city. 258
Award-winner Simon hailed as 'inspiration'. 260
Battle lines are drawn in Big Cat fight. 617
Best foot forward for Charles. 110
BID TO BRING TOP SNOOKER EVENT TO CITY; Championship could move from home in Sheffield. 350
Borough info book has been updated. 133
BOWLS: County lose out in Liberty Trophy bid. 138
BOXING: Simmo: Return is win or bust. 386
BUSINESS LIFE: APPOINTMENTS: Brandon Hall Hotel and Spa. 112
BUSINESS LIFE: Coaching course goes on offer. 130
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Essential guide for all market investors. 178
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Investment opportunity. 176
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Nursery style units in prime position. 87
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Office suite in city centre. 130
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Valuable warehouse for sale. 191
BUSINESS LIFE: Depot takes top marks for safety. 130
BUSINESS LIFE: Design firm in simple pledge; Partners aim to clear a path through the web. 201
BUSINESS LIFE: Figures add up to double delight for graduate Clive. 125
BUSINESS LIFE: Firm is one of fastest growers. 158
BUSINESS LIFE: Helping tenants with winter perils. 258
BUSINESS LIFE: Minister opens pounds 7m press shop. 245
BUSINESS LIFE: So how do you rate your boss? 99
BUSINESS LIFE: Solihull park plan. 98
BUSINESS LIFE: Tax loophole 'benefitsrich areas' claim. 242
BUSINESS LIFE: Warning on tax policies. 87
Carnival cash means fun goes on and on. 371
Chance to dine with the authors. 112
Cheers all round for prize. 155
Civilian heroes hailed by police; Awards to mark acts of bravery and humanity. 398
Club's gift to youngsters. 80
Commuter train service faces axe. 240
Congratulations! The good news column for you, and by you...the readers. 235
Crackdown on illegal workforces. 287
Do you know a child who deserves a trip to meet Santa Claus? FIVE SPECIAL CHILDREN WILL GET TO MEET FATHER CHRISTMAS IN LAPLAND. 337
Ex-City striker in new race row. 183
Ex-City striker in race row. 132
ex-service notes. 614
Families welcome a traffic increase. 312
family & entertainment: Andy handy for the panto. 948
Family flees house blaze. 132
Field centre helps rare animals. 149
FOOTBALL: Ashby: Lot more to come from Noon. 308
FOOTBALL: Backroom staff vital for O'Leary. 153
FOOTBALL: Bedworth set for changes. 245
FOOTBALL: Brakes chase plum Vase tie. 197
FOOTBALL: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Benitez pins hopes on early goal. 171
FOOTBALL: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Rio out to make it hot for Lyon. 288
FOOTBALL: Finally it's all coming good for Sky Blues. 770
FOOTBALL: Hero Wheeler holds the fort. 395
FOOTBALL: Kinder has the last word for Ex's. 106
FOOTBALL: Queiroz hails Fergie milestone. 181
FOOTBALL: WILLO: CITY ON BRINK OF SUCCESS; Defender's delight at change of fortune. 356
FOOTBALL: Yorke 'right not to walk away'. 178
Fox hunters vow tradition will carry on. 281
Free Christmas postage for armed forces. 271
Hospital bench unveiled for Olive. 158
House pet in line for top award after seeing off intruder. 234
How the drinks laws are changing. 146
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze coach gives juniors chance to impress. 313
Inquest to conclude into road tragedy; Teenagers died on way to interviews with armed forces. 227
Irish woman free in Kabul. 82
Jaguar workers dig in for school's project. 214
Jean's 'bald' reflections on cancer. 148
Kitchen knife attack on teenager in street. 254
Leanne steers to the straight and narrow. 337
LETTERS: Global. 82
Man in fight with robbers. 84
Man still quizzed over sex attacks. 99
Midland workers lagging behind the rich. 208
MY LITTLE GIRL'S LUCKY TO BE ALIVE; Rape victim's mother tells of daughter's terror ordeal. 384
NUNEATON GAMES LEAGUE: Fir Tree chopped down by title rivals. 202
Nurses in leaflets alert on lung cancer. 831
Ozzy in fight with burglars. 87
Pasties the new 'vibe' for Ian. 195
pounds 5,000 donation helps put fun into playtime; SNOWBALL. 299
Praise for villagers over young tearaway; People who gave statements showed 'moral courage'. 346
RACING: Another triumph for the in-form Sheppard. 483
RACING: Oneway to make a profit. 182
RE-UNIONS: Link-up. 360
REMEMBER WHEN...?: Harry's photographic memories. 253
RUGBY UNION: Close call at the top. 133
RUGBY UNION: Lions' final fling. 121
RUGBY UNION: Pinley start to stretch lead after clean sheet. 566
RUGBY UNION: Umaga gets the call up. 211
School's grounds to be sold. 261
Second blaze caused by exploding picture. 235
Security at the heart of Queen's speech. 241
Service forcity's former minister. 124
Six hurt in black ice skid collision. 132
SNOOKER: Lee sends Ebdon tumbling. 90
SPEEDWAY: Swindon silent on Rico bid rumours. 206
Stars shine as fun unfolds; REVIEW. 184
Strikes threat at airport. 93
Terror 'trial' for Natalie. 96
Tom earns bronze in tough challenge. 233
Tories ask Labour for help. 361
Trainers taken in depot raid. 133
TV celebrates top people of Midlands. 316
Uni cash aid for leading athletes. 104

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