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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 16, 2005)

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'Booktown' plan up for discussion. 185
'Demolition end of lane for champs'. 295
'Good news' for village bus users. 90
'No need for new discount store'. 153
'We don't want a takeaway here'. 381
A show with real spark; REVIEW. 176
Alert on dropped kerb callers. 153
Allders takeover hailed by city chiefs. 603
ATHLETICS: Hazell at best for last race. 627
ATHLETICS: Robinson powers to Godiva record. 287
Ballet good show! 127
BASKETBALL: Crusaders can still remain positive. 216
Benefits aid for elderly. 88
BOXING: Farrell back in the ring again. 105
Brenda wasina class of her own. 116
Car park goes back to pay-and-display; Machine problems hit new ticket system. 343
Cash aid for children's ward. 139
Child obesity 'over hyped'. 129
Coventry can't afford to lose 50-metre pool; OUR VIEWS. 219
Crews tackle arson attack at flat. 107
Dab hand at card making. 109
Dad to 'Whizz up' Everest! 342
Disabled group looks at access; Venues visited in survey. 259
DISASTROUS; Councillors slammed for scrapping pounds 14m museum plan. 239
Drivers urged: Watch speed. 163
Drivers' way to help victims. 114
Fineforman whoplayed loud music; Noise abatement order ignored. 239
FOOTBALL: ADAMS DOUBLE SWOOP. 471
FOOTBALL: City reject Black Cats' move to sign Hughes. 312
FOOTBALL: Eagles' experience too much for Reserves. 308
FOOTBALL: Four-goal Farmer puts Fox on the trail. 540
FOOTBALL: Hall swoops to snatch a Rugby share. 328
FOOTBALL: Hughes on mark for jail team. 110
FOOTBALL: Hughes will be a big loss. 982
FOOTBALL: Merson blasts Arsenal policy. 168
FOOTBALL: Poor turnout for tsunami match. 169
FOOTBALL: Sunday shift for Sky Blues flops. 312
Greens choose University researcher. 169
Health bosses' pay up 70pc in 10 years. 234
HI-TECH BID TO BEAT THE BULLIES. 372
Hot air coming from Parliament. 191
Hunting dogs 'an education' for pupils. 293
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze on brink of glory; Coach Thommo excited by the prospect of more silverware for his squad. 833
ICE HOCKEY: Bring the cup to Cov! 298
IN THE COURTS. 644
Jump jet drops into museum. 187
Kathleen's treat took her back to her true valentine. 155
Kylie and Robbie make a perfect match. 132
Kyoto Treaty only the start, says Kennedy. 221
Leaflet-drop cash helps tsunami fund. 135
Learn to tow at NEC. 177
Lebanon murder protest. 81
Lecturers to strike over pay dispute. 343
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 2068
Light is shed on OAP homes. 107
Lion marks Year of the Rooster. 169
Lotto winner misses outonnearlypounds 64,000; Unclaimed prize will go towards funding good causes. 285
Loud music man fined. 122
Magnificent seven join farm. 225
Major fall in security van robberies. 306
Man in attack on neighbour is spared jail. 298
New bank account for Muslims. 102
On this day. 91
Patrol team set to tackle litter. 279
Plan to put up more flats; ON THE DRAWING BOARD. 145
Plea for witnesses to crash. 84
Pledge on faster road repairs. 130
Police aid for Chinese people. 105
Police quash fears over future of mobile unit. 184
POOL: Martin puts out former champ Willis. 194
Postal service 'best for 10 years'. 109
pounds 250,000 deal sounds for Arena; Audiovisual specialist chosen. 265
Pre-fab houses may be rebuilt in 'defect' fear. 333
RACING DIGEST. 373
RACING: A perfect time to bet on the Bey. 213
RACING: Bans galore on busy day for the stewards. 512
Rebuild could leave massive sports gap. 200
Sabbath top rock poll. 118
Shop's furniture appeal. 144
Singing pupils think of villagers' supper. 291
Skaters enjoy Rugby's 'Central Park' rink. 284
SPEEDWAY: Bees in deadlock over high price tag. 361
SQUASH: Cleaver are closing in on a title treble. 253
Survey finds access hard for disabled; Problems with a number of buildings in town. 233
Swifter breast screen service on offer. 156
Taking a look through the lens. 90
Tell us your memories of Highfield Road. 130
TENNIS: Happy Henman goes through. 97
TENNIS: Maniel books his place. 159
THAT REMINDS ME; THE REGULAR FEATURE THAT GIVES YOU THE CHANCE TO CATCH UP WITH YOUR PAST... 1536
That's what you call a high-profile launch! Stunning photos trickery sure to make games a talking point all over the city. 716
The gang's all set for a top show. 207
Three hurt in crash. 95
Town's car park charges to rise. 117
Treaty to help fight global warming. 221
Victim's family backs call on killer drivers; Police 'union' leading fight. 294
What sort of message does this send out? Three prominent city figures condemn plan to scrap major arts project. 706

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