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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 16, 2004)

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'Check smoke alarms' warning. 158
'People's bank' on lookout for savers; HARD-UP FAMILIES URGED TO PUT MONEY BY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS. 305
'Planet' action for greyhounds. 274
10-PIN BOWLING: On the crest of a wave... 115
13 demonstrators held after clashes. 137
15 demonstrators held after clashes. 139
52 arrested in purge on persistent offenders. 161
Agency installs better link-up. 124
Alzheimer's anniversary. 132
Anna-Lena is talk of town. 157
Another hot seat for MP; FROM GADDAFI TO NUCLEAR POWER. 245
Anxious wait for suppliers in the area; JAGUAR CRISIS: KEEP THE BIG CAT IN COVENTRY. 97
Bass guitar among items found by police at house. 130
BOXING: Stewart: 'I will give Hatton Hell' AMERICAN SENDS OUT WARNING AHEAD OF LIGHTWEIGHT CLASH. 302
Brave Sarah's fight against cancer inspires fundraisers to slim. 209
Britons kidnapped in Baghdad. 117
Browns Lane going would be a disaster for everyone; JAGUAR CRISIS: KEEP THE BIG CAT IN COVENTRY. 499
Businesses are being helped to help themselves; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 500
Cautious welcome for licensing act. 175
celebrations...the happiest pictures. 404
Chance to ride green machine. 147
Cheers, as bar opens at airport. 104
Cherie on chat show. 115
Chip and pin tryout a hit. 149
Closure would cost city pounds 50m; JAGUAR CRISIS: KEEP THE BIG CAT IN COVENTRY. 394
Club Classics: Greatest Old Skool Anthems of All Time; THE VIBE. 82
CLUBSCENE: Orange House; THE VIBE. 184
Conker players face a leaf-eating foe. 158
Course set to meet shortage; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 98
Court for woman accused of stalking. 126
CRICKET: Lewis no to Bears. 302
CRICKET: Now for the real deal, England. 410
CRICKET: Pakistan spin their web. 274
Dance singles of the week; THE VIBE. 139
Defiant OAP sends trickster packing; BOGUS CALLER LEAVES 99-YEAR-OLD MAN'S HOME EMPTY HANDED. 339
Derek is on the road to success; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 552
Drugs group moves ahead; Distribution centre to get huge investment. 211
Evening Telegraph makes an urgent plea to Big Cat bosses: DON'T ABANDON YOUR HOME TOWN; JAGUAR CRISIS: KEEP THE BIG CAT IN COVENTRY. 349
Experience is for life, not just for Christmas; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 269
Firebug could be behind 150 blazes; POLICE SAY CALLS TO CRIME HOTLINE POINT TOWARDS ONE MAN. 302
Fly to Italy - and back - in a day. 138
FOOTBALL: Ashby ponders Boro changes. 265
FOOTBALL: Benitez has Liverpool moving in right direction. 213
FOOTBALL: Fans'ZONE: Give local players a fair crack; The weekly column where Sky Blues fanzine and website writers have their say on events at Highfield Road. 491
FOOTBALL: Ferguson hails Dutch double... 388
FOOTBALL: Hughes eager to take on England. 198
FOOTBALL: REID'S RIOT ACT! Boss blasts 'unprofessional' performance. 299
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES: Agony for Sky Blues! FROM CRUISE CONTROL TO CRISIS AS GILLINGHAM WIPE OUT A TWO-GOAL DEFICIT TO RESTRICT THE SKY BLUES TO A SHARE OF THE POINTS AT HIGHFIELD ROAD. 1578
FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES: Terrace VERDICT. 326
Free school milk on offer as part of drive. 96
Fun way to launch community facility. 231
Gillian honoured to collect charity cash. 222
GOLF: County back in final. 294
GOLF: Few million makes a difference; RYDER CUP DIARY STARTS TODAY. 439
Graffiti artist making mark on dance scene; THE VIBE. 584
HOCKEY: Hopkins the lone scorer as youngsters crash. 300
Hughie's last generous gesture. 167
Hunt ban bill heads for next obstacle. 281
IN THE COURTS: Man, 54, jailed for contempt of court. 592
Jack, 16, wins chef selection. 166
Jail for bogus charity collector. 223
Jobless figure shows a drop. 81
Keeping up to date with changes in legislation; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 225
Laughs by the bucketful in Loft's seaside romp; REVIEW. 178
LETTERS: your views. 1125
LETTERS: your views: Airport extra. 1495
Loyalty and love needs a home. 156
Marconi worker shot dead in Saudi. 193
MOTOR SPORT: Bad break for Niblett. 135
MOTORSPORT: Trulli lands new drive at Toyota. 174
MOTORSPORT: Villeneuve snapped up by Sauber. 179
Neighbours unite to oppose warehouse; Residents fear extra traffic could cause accidents. 282
New animal care courses for adults; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 80
On this day. 87
On your marks, get set, grow! YOUNG ATHLETES TO PLANT TREES. 274
Outdoor task for volunteers. 84
Pair pulled from crash inferno. 180
Pet find shows how Egyptians cared. 88
Pets are 'couch potatoes'. 89
Plea to help Ivan-hit islands. 114
Policewoman gives evidence; PC's COLLEAGUE SPEAKS AT INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNAL. 429
POOL: Giant killer Lewis is too hot for Matt. 538
pounds 1.5m new church centre is open at last! MINISTER HOPES FACILITY WILL BECOME A HUB OF ACTIVITY IN CITY. 301
Puffin crossing to help pupils' safety; COUNCILLORS AGREE TO SPEND pounds 50,000 ON ROAD NEAR SCHOOLS. 312
Punk guitarist dies of cancer. 152
RACING: Fallon ahead in title race. 142
RACING: Gosden duo want rain. 88
RACING: Rich target for sparkling Jem. 396
RACING: Sundance goes up in class. 122
Reality TV helped Kasi make the grade; PUPIL WHO WENT BACK TO 1960s SAYS EXAMS HAVE GOT EASIER. 375
Robots are top tip for Christmas toys; GADGETS GALORE, BUT SOME OLD FAVOURITES COULD MAKE A COMEBACK. 470
SAILING: Irish rules the waves. 179
Schools drive house prices. 148
share watch; REGIONAL INTEREST. 89
Shop assistant in robbery terror; Masked raider holds gun to Post Office worker's head. 431
Shop assistant in robbery terror; MASKED RAIDERS HOLD GUN TO POST OFFICE WORKER'S HEAD. 371
Sir Paul leaves PR guru in rift claims. 108
Slippery Sam lives on at blaze-hit museum. 255
Soldier dies on exercise. 83
Solicitors hailed as the heroes. 185
SPEEDWAY: Bees planning a backroom shuffle. 258
SPEEDWAY: Darkin a ray of light for Bees! PRATT HAILS NEW BRANDON FAVOURITE SERGEY. 553
Stepbrothers had imitation gun in street; ESCAPADE LANDS PAIR BEHIND BARS. 290
Stolen car in crash. 83
Students are urged to avoid gaps in cover; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 386
Students find solutions at idea workshop. 139
Students keen to return to foreign climes; TEENAGERS ON YEAR-LONG EXCHANGE PROGRAMME WON OVER BY THEIR HOST COUNTRIES. 288
Students' floral skills win praise; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 279
Tackling crimes of hate. 108
Takeaway link to food poisoning outbreak; INVESTIGATION LAUNCHED AS NEARLY 30 PEOPLE STRUCK DOWN BY SALMONELLA. 426
Things are hotting up for flying visitors. 248
Three kidnapped in Baghdad. 111
Top level talks over future of car giant; JAGUAR CRISIS: KEEP THE BIG CAT IN COVENTRY. 208
Training 'wish list for Britain's automotive industry; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 212
TV personality to be concert host. 147
University donates pounds 20,000 to charities; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 213
Village prepares for scary time at festival; WEDDING OF STRAW PEOPLE WILL BE THE FOCAL POINT OF WEEKEND EVENT. 172
Villagers get mill back in action. 181
Visit from Archie helps students test pet theories. 176
Warwickshire soldier dies in Czech helicopter crash. 86
Welcome to the world of extreme training; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 523
Which city treasures must be preserved? LOTTERY FUND SEEKS VIEWS OF TELEGRAPH READERS AS PART OF HERITAGE SPOTLIGHT. 521
Why caring is now a way of life for Doreen; JOBS AND NEW DIRECTIONS. 540
Why firemen had to stop team games. 202
WRITE ON: Charlotte McGrath on why she will keep her old friends when she starts on a new path; THE COLUMN THAT BELONGS TO YOU, THE READER. 248
Yobs to be ordered off estate or face arrest; POLICE USE NEW POWERS TO DISPERSE NUISANCE GANGS IN TROUBLE HOTSPOTS. 459
Your time is up, gangs are told; POLICE TO USE NEW POWERS TO STOP NUISANCE YOBS. 385

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