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

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ADDICT'S 16 YEARS FOR CITY SHOTGUN RAMPAGE; Blood-soaked victim ran for cover to nearby house after car blasted. 370
Barbershop singers offer an invitation. 114
Better late than never is message from Rich; GAME ON: RUGBY UNION. 665
Bible event planned. 91
Big cat is Lord Mayor's purrfect choice. 212
Blaze fired up for Challenge climax; GAME ON: ICE HOCKEY. 430
Boro fans' kit plea: Save Our Stripes. 249
Can someone fix our pounds 200m cruise liner? 307
Caprice and Jeremy kicked out of house. 135
Cash up for grabs. 143
Children asked: Was Shakespeare gay? 162
Coombe vandals to be watched - and warned. 337
Counsellors set out to help fix family problems. 162
COVENTRY CIU GAMES LEAGUE: Snooker hot-shots inspire Bell Green triumph. 397
CRACKDOWN ON CRUEL CRIMES; 'Don't suffer in silence' is campaign message. 236
CRICKET: Lewis pushes for Test call. 371
Dobson defends his cup selection decision; GAME ON: NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 278
Doom Painting excites experts. 134
Driver is killed in crash into tree. 84
Eating to help funds; TSUNAMI DISASTER. 90
Eight due in court. 102
Experts in plea to new mums. 168
Fears for missing student. 104
Fears over plan to redevelop M-F site. 350
Fire chief acts to allay fears. 319
Folk who make a big difference; Appeal goes out for more foster carers. 255
FOOTBAL: Heath deal suits all. 186
FOOTBALL: Adams rallies City faithful. New manager Micky focuses on team spirit to get winning formula; GAME ON. 1684
FOOTBALL: ADAMS TARGETS SAFETY; New Sky Blues boss sets out his priorities. 357
FOOTBALL: Duo have learned from their mistakes; GAME ON. 494
Free legal advice for workers. 85
GAME ON: FOOTBALL: Boss halts slide in the nick of time. 442
GAME ON: FOOTBALL: Claus- but no cigar! Dane Jorgensen's a model pro, but he's still struggling to make a big impact at Highfield Road. 894
GAME ON: FOOTBALL: Pressure on Benitez; PREMIERSHIP. 1579
GAME ON: FOOTBALL: THE NUMBERS GAME; classic own goals. 460
GAME ON: Myskina through with zero effort; TENNIS: THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN. 394
GAME ON: ODDS ON: Another nail in Norwich coffin? YOUR BEST GUIDE TO ALL THE WEEKEND'S BETTING ACTION. 271
GAME ON: ODDS ON: Saints can grab a lifeline; YOUR BEST GUIDE TO ALL THE WEEKEND'S BETTING ACTION. 425
GAME ON: Queen of DARTS; She may be five-times world champion, but Warwickshire's Trina Gulliver has to work hard to raise the profile of the women's game. 1043
GAME ON: RACING: Familiar task for Macs Joy. 486
GAME ON: TENNIS: Hapless Henman crashes in Melbourne; TENNIS: THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN. 543
GAME ON: TENNIS: Roddick rockets on in style; TENNIS: THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN. 219
GAME ON: TERRACE VERDICT; How YOU the fans, think the big game will go. 293
GAME ON: THE LOCKER ROOM: Peace (or is that Pizza) in our time. 732
GAME ON: Tittle-tattle full of sound and fury, signifying nothing! 1368
Golden success of Frank and his yodelling skills; COVENTRY'S NUMBER ONES. 810
Goode is grateful for call; GAME ON: RUGBY UNION. 266
Graffiti could cost you, vandals told. 108
Grafting pays off for Boro; GAME ON: NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 372
IN THE COURTS. 768
League convert on a learning curve; GAME ON: RUGBY UNION. 220
Lecture to remember a martyr. 83
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1134
Licensees facing tough new approach. 109
Live music in aid of victims; TSUNAMI DISASTER. 230
Man jailed for affray in road; Court told how accomplices targeted driver. 443
Man, 18 admits baseball bat attack. 192
Meat firm in retail site wrangle. 131
Monty doggy-paddles back to fitness; Treatment in pool gets him back on his paws. 487
More cars targeted by tyre-slash yobs; Police look at links with earlier incidents in city. 348
Mum's sorrow as blunders boy dies; Compensation 'came too late' says grieving family. 381
New name to end park 'confusion'. 262
New task force set to put damper on arson attacks. 157
Normal life in a land of tragedy. 161
Now we are looking the part! GAME ON: ICE HOCKEY. 331
Panels with an aim. 144
Peter to help lead vision for RSC theatre. 169
Pledge on duties. 88
Police link four burglaries at OAPs' homes. 189
pounds 25k job to help find work. 218
pounds 45k guide price is 'staggering' Two-bed flat in property hotspot set for auction. 353
Probe into blaze at city house. 148
Pub is latest to ban smoking. 159
Pub police on duty; New squad spells out warning to drinkers. 375
Pupils to show off talent. 153
Race-goers set for a night to remember; TSUNAMI DISASTER. 269
Ray's music was breath of fresh air; Neighbourly pianist dies aged 81. 242
RUGBY Round-up; GAME ON: RUGBY UNION. 248
Scaffolder Stacey's top of the Arena bill; Only woman on project loves her job. 364
School-leavers to get career advice. 268
Shaken, then pub staff were stirred into action; TSUNAMI DISASTER. 111
Subway could go to extend bus lanes. 316
Taxi firm's reward offer after spate of attacks. 264
Thomas trying to ring the changes at Hinckley; GAME ON: NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 421
TIME TUNNEL: Let's not destroy another part of the city's history; DAVID McGRORY TURNS THE CLOCK BACK TO 1794. 955
Tree for school in memory of young Ranveer. 166
Union voices disappointment. 161
United aim for better things; GAME ON: NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 269
Utility forward ready to make Nuns start; GAME ON: RUGBY UNION. 587
WEEKEND: birdwatch: An important research study taking place in YOUR garden; HOW YOU CAN TAKE PART IN RESEARCH TO FIND OUT HOW OUR FEATHERED FRIENDS ARE FARING. 1080
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Alan helps to put spring in your step. 163
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Getting to the roots of revolution. 150
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Give your children a healthy start. 153
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Greed among the Aussie goldmines. 115
WEEKEND: BOOKS: Top 10 books. 106
WEEKEND: BYTE SIZE: Space epic keeps its golden touch. 341
WEEKEND: COUNTRY WALKS: Hidden charms across the border. 536
WEEKEND: FOOD: jamie's dish. 433
WEEKEND: FOOD: Why buy when you can grow your own; 'IT FRIGHTENS ME WHEN I THINK ABOUT THE AMOUNT OF CHEMICALS SPRAYED ON TO OUR FOOD...'. 757
WEEKEND: LIVING SPACE: Hidden costs of cleaning; CHEMICALS IN CLEANING PRODUCTS ARE PUTTING YOUR HEALTH AT RISK. 1038
WEEKEND: PET SOS: Can you give an animal a home? 286
WEEKEND: Sci-fi thrills as replicants go on rampage; GREAT FAMILY READS. 423
WEEKEND: STAR PROFILE: Mel's making Max-imum movie hits. 309
WEEKEND: TRAVEL: Relax away your wrinkles; TRYING OUT A WEEKEND OF BRIDGET JONES-STYLE PAMPERING AT A LUXURIOUS HEALTH SPA. 1030
Woodley set to depart; GAME ON: NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 111
You're backing Blaze! GAME ON: ICE HOCKEY. 198
YOUR SHOUT; Where teenagers set the agenda. 592

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