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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (March 17, 2005)

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'First' for band in nationals. 81
'No interest' in 24-hour pubs; City council 'not surprised' by lack of response. 411
'Temporary' nursery goes - after 60 years; Lottery funding ensures memory of old unit is preserved. 428
'Thanks for giving me a home here' ST PATRICK'S DAY: LETTER. 89
A sporting chance comes round again; Aman is back - 12 years on. 317
Addict left drug centre and stole. 235
Airport 'within rights to develop terminal' AIRPORT INQUIRY: City council supports 'benefits' of proposals. 377
Asylum seeker on rape charge. 149
ATHLETICS: Edwards fifth in Duchy. 81
ATHLETICS: Tromans and White are back for Britain. 275
ATHLETICS: Wilkes in pole spot. 101
Bangers help mum keep on running. 178
BASKETBALL: Maths hands Handicap Cup to Cov students. 220
BASKETBALL: Unbeaten Cadets are champs. 156
Bouquet for postie who saved two lives. 429
BOXING: Determined Simpson aims for the big time. 443
BOXING: Determined Simpson aims for the big time. 437
Boy, 14, attacked by pupils. 95
Buyer sought for gadget stores. 150
Call to name cars ideal for use as taxis. 159
Cancer 'scare tactics' rapped; Boss banned from business after adverts for 'cure'. 523
City precinct evacuated after shop fire. 232
CLUBSCENE: The Colosseum; THE VIBE. 150
Congratulations! The good news column for you, and by you...the readers. 191
COUNCIL SERVICES TO BE HIT BY STRIKE. 333
CRICKET: Pakistan hit back to peg India romp. 257
CRICKET: Pakistan off to a nippy opening. 175
Cutting-edge investment. 126
Dad collapsed and died while jogging; Tragic death of man who narrowly escaped tsunami. 332
Did Dr Who give you terrifying time? 176
Disabled man drove over friend. 234
Doherty's late-night serenade for police. 95
Festival search for a queen. 97
Fifth high-rise block set to fall; Removal of fixtures and fittings seals flats' fate. 279
Fire engine fight may be lost after all. 342
FOOTBALL: Bellamy on fire in Celtic victory. 459
FOOTBALL: BENNO: I WANT TO STAY; Keeper in talks to continue his part in Sky Blues' battle against relegation. 514
FOOTBALL: BENNO: I WANT TO STAY; Loan keeper in talks to remain at Sky Blues. 424
FOOTBALL: Boro put Jephcott on list. 260
FOOTBALL: Claus is aiming to earn new deal. 168
FOOTBALL: Dyer impresses up front. 136
FOOTBALL: FA Cup hero honoured before testimonial. 171
FOOTBALL: Forest denied vital win. 142
FOOTBALL: Hughes praises defence. 148
FOOTBALL: Kewell unhappy at Benitez comments. 354
FOOTBALL: Kewell unhappy at Benitez comments. 410
FOOTBALL: Whitestone into cup final. 179
Forensic experts at city seminar. 106
Former boxer charged with taking lorry. 102
Former teacher Douglas puts art on show. 224
Gang puts on a real treat; REVIEWS. 204
GOLF: Broady well set in China. 183
GOLF: McGinley set for Masters. 160
HOCKEY: Brilliant Luckett spearheads the magnificent eight. 382
HOCKEY: Cov's promotion hopes wither. 1022
House party for the Irish; ST PATRICK'S DAY. 315
ICE HOCKEY: Devils off to winning start. 93
ICE HOCKEY: Thommo keen on GB job. 422
IN THE COURTS. 731
It looks good for Bad Things; THE VIBE. 516
JAIL FOR SEX SLAVE HORROR. 435
Joan's still proud of her heritage 30 years on; ST PATRICK'S DAY. 305
Just keep those eggs rolling in! 236
Lentons Lane fight pays off; Road in repairs programme. 248
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 2248
MAKE A SPLASH! Big swim event to aid hospice appeal. 285
Market man Ron to put his feet up! Cheerful send-off after 40 years as shoe salesman. 293
McCartney family to meet Bush. 122
Meeting boosts post office hopes. 216
Menace down by the sea; REVIEWS. 213
MY OLD SCHOOL: Where are my old team mates now? A LOOK BACK AT THE CLASSES OF YESTERYEAR... 357
Neil's name will live on at school. 302
NETBALL: Girls have to wait for finale. 171
New career offers Jo a therapeutic future; JOBS & NEW DIRECTIONS. 618
Norman learns new skills; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 165
Old photos stir up factory memories. 279
On this day. 92
OUR VIEWS: We need a sober attitude to drinking. 230
Patient drowned in bath. 93
Pensioner's canal death an accident. 211
pounds 150 fine for fly-tipper, 22 caught on film. 235
Protect your staff on roads. 251
Pupils put up a pretty good show; PERFORMANCE TABLES... KEY STAGE 3: HOW HAS YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL FARED?: Up in maths - but down in English. 365
RACING: Flow looks too strong for rivals. 255
RACING: Irish hail their champion; YESTERDAY AT CHELTENHAM. 622
Region's homeless figures are down. 113
SCHOOLS SPORT: Bablake go close in final. 154
SEX SLAVE HORROR OF GIRL,15; City man jailed for seven years. 417
Smooth blend puts Godiva in the saddle. 326
SO HOW WAS IT FOR YOU? BUDGET 2005: Winners and losers give views: VOX POP. 1671
SORT OUT THIS TRAFFIC CHAOS; Road's a danger say anxious residents. 443
Source of help for business start-ups. 143
SQUASH: Cleaver cut a dash. 328
Staff praised over record home loans. 133
Surgeon's legacy to live on in hall. 255
SWIMMING: Determined Grace returns to form. 470
Teenagers live up to high hopes; PERFORMANCE TABLES... KEY STAGE 3: HOW HAS YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL FARED? 497
TENNIS: Henman must end Canas hoodoo. 179
The bare cheek of it! 209
Three held by police. 101
Thriving music scene is praised. 292
Tom heads for marathon No.12. 183
Two schools chalk up 100 pc results; PERFORMANCE TABLES... KEY STAGE 3: HOW HAS YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL FARED? 218
Universities given go-ahead on fees. 294
Viewers say TV ad kiss was 'too explicit'. 161
WI members are given a hat-treat. 102
Woman charged over bin fires. 99
Yell if you know Mum. 179
Young actors put on play for Jordan. 221
Youngsters short-listed for major awards; JOBS & NEW DIRECTIONS. 186

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