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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 22, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
... is in the building. 81
500,000 rely on benefits' cash. 109
A high-flier who did not forget his roots; SHOCK PROPOSAL TO SAVE MUSEUM. 1117
Advice on hand for would-be bosses. 115
Allders likely to shut for refit. 234
ARCHERY: Folkards on target in a family double. 118
BACKBEAT: Dynamic Dando were the acoustic heavies; BECAUSE THEY DON'T MAKE MUSIC LIKE THEY USED TO! 1604
BADMINTON: Seconds keep their promotion push on track. 255
BAGATELLE: Simpson pots title hat-trick. 82
BUSINESS LIFE: A new way to keep in touch at work. 196
BUSINESS LIFE: Black cabs help get Olympic bid rolling; Coventry-built taxis used to ferry around IOC members. 351
BUSINESS LIFE: Bosses can get support too. 160
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Last unit now available. 134
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Opportunities at the Arena. 317
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Prime location. 169
BUSINESS LIFE: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Science Park facility proving very popular. 320
BUSINESS LIFE: Deals to create security jobs. 102
BUSINESS LIFE: Don't miss out on skills cash chance. 246
BUSINESS LIFE: GEM of a computing idea. 87
BUSINESS LIFE: Phil's hobby is a model of success; COVENTRY EVENING TELEGRAPH BUSINESS AWARDS. 334
BUSINESS LIFE: Sky's limit for Arena safety; 72m high platform to check each roof bolt. 202
BUSINESS LIFE: Union in pounds 1/2million injury wins. 111
BUSINESS LIFE: What a difference a year makes. 176
Car theft victim hits out at lack of help. 439
Castle to bring back its ice rink; Injured woman says surface was too wet for safety. 312
Celebrities line up for academic fame. 165
Chance to spread your seeds. 153
Chancellor's pledge on Rover China hope. 184
CHARITY STEPS IN TO SAVE MUSEUM REVAMP; Amazing last-minute offer to bail out multi-million pound scheme. 371
Clear out your cupboards to help charity. 158
COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Academy aiming for twin glory. 411
College staff get behind their new football team. 110
Concert blow for REM fans. 158
Congratulations! The good news column for you, and by you...the readers. 186
Daffodils all the way as Kay launches charity appeal. 178
Driving home safe message. 178
ex-service notes. 583
Firefighters tackle huge blaze at city outhouses. 144
FOOTBALL: BIRMINGHAM VASE: Gibbs on target to lift Lane. 129
FOOTBALL: Classy Chelsea too strong for City. 542
FOOTBALL: COV, DIST & WARWICKS: Veteran Fletcher is spot on. 142
FOOTBALL: COVENTRY ALLIANCE: Highway take another step towards crown. 190
FOOTBALL: COVENTRY CHARITY CUP: Exs turn on style. 86
FOOTBALL: Former City player dies. 82
FOOTBALL: Gerrard: We've no chance. 364
FOOTBALL: Jens in the spotlight. 286
FOOTBALL: Keane defends tunnel bust-up. 120
FOOTBALL: MIDLAND COMBINATION: Massey back on course. 724
FOOTBALL: Mixed mood as Marcus returns. 469
FOOTBALL: Murphy's Boro run-out. 165
FOOTBALL: Our leek-y defence. 887
FOOTBALL: PAGE: WHY I HAVE TO JOIN CITY; Defender hopes switch will keep international career alive. 416
FOOTBALL: Racing aim for top six. 121
football: Sky Blues open talks on new McSheffrey deal. 287
Forensic experts hit by the 'CSI effect'. 126
Fox and hound are pals. 117
Gearing up for a great show. 89
High praise by lifeboat group; More than pounds 10,000 raised in the area. 306
Howard turns to pensions. 112
Hunt for son of couple in attack. 104
ICE HOCKEY: Martin could miss cup clash. 385
INDOOR SPORT: Abbey old hands see off Rose's challenge. 161
Judge allows Doherty late gig. 157
Laybys closed after spate of attacks; Notorious pick-up points targeted by criminals. 195
LETTERS: Global. 354
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS SPECIAL: HERBERT ART GALLERY. 1961
Motor show 'gone for 10 years'. 182
No let-up as cold snap brings snow. 310
No sign of a let-up as cold snap brings snow. 321
Norton to host Bafta ceremony. 87
ON THE DRAWING BOARD: Plans for telecoms gear at hospital. 189
On this day. 151
One dead after gas lorry crashes on M6. 136
One dead after gas lorry crashes on M6. 180
PATIENTS' SURVEY BOOSTS HOSPITAL. 319
Place to go for a beer and a balti; NATIONAL PUB WEEK. 500
POLICE CLOSE GAY LAYBYS; Pick-up point shut down after spate of homophobic attacks. 304
Police close off gay laybys after attacks; Notorious pick-up points targeted by criminals. 363
Police warn on 'stranded driver' con trick. 169
Pollution: call to act now, get paid later. 158
Protesters' victory in battle of burgers; Petition stops restaurant serving food earlier. 364
Question time in council pay storm; Lawyer seeks answers under new Information Act. 327
Racing: Hardy Eustace on target. 89
RACING: Loan ready to pay off. 262
RACING: Ludlow weather check. 116
Racing: Taking up new challenge. 80
RE-UNIONS: Link-up. 110
Recycling prize winner announced. 104
Rhythms of Africa are hard to beat! 170
RUGBY UNION: Barkley fit to face Ireland. 99
RUGBY UNION: Cov go to video for Farani case. 434
RUGBY UNION: Local rivals remain on course for rise. 446
RUGBY UNION: Street miss their chance to make up ground. 391
SAS of writing world drops in. 216
Soccer ace banned over 112mph drive. 118
Stoneleigh's pounds 100m plan given go-ahead. 273
TENNIS: Tim relaxed about Greg. 90
Thieves snatch cash from till at store. 131
Time to grab the vocal moment. 132
Tougher stance on speeding. 127
TV show to help catch hijackers; Thieves drove away lorry full of mobile phones. 358
Vandal-hit street in security shock; Police suggest fed-up residents fit their own CCTV. 283
Warning on garden tools after burglary attempt. 190
We want to keep our ageing homes; Tenants fear losing their big rooms and gardens. 449
Youths robbed. 81

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