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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 21, 2005)

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'Danger'of early pension. 209
'HUNDREDS OF JOBS' TO GO IN HOSPITALS; CLAIM: Union says doctors and nurses will be among the staff lost. 373
'HUNDREDS OF JOBS' TO GO IN HOSPITALS; CLAIM: Unions say doctors and nurses will be among the staff lost. 325
A venue to be proud of; TOP BILLING: Civic Hall in design award. 243
A walk with a difference; FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY THIS HALF TERM. 174
Air-raising comedy that will leave you gasping for more; WHAT'S ON: Theatre. 212
Alan spreads some Christmas cheer around Coventry; WHAT'S ON: Theatre. 477
And another thing... the day the Lord Mayor kept a coach party waiting; ROW: Councillor defiant over pounds 100 cost of ceremony over over-running. 407
Angela's colour work is a light sensation; WHAT'S ON: ART. 360
Area's revival plans hit by shockpounds 2mcut; FUNDING: Cash blow could delay development work. 350
Audi brings breath of fresh air to life on open road; MOTORS. 1029
Band Leaves Iceland for a hot UK tour; WHAT'S ON: Rock. 399
Best Mate in rude health; RACING: Today's news. 482
Bewitched by a visit to the RSPCA centre. 110
Biggest test for Lions; RUGBY UNION: Preview of the weekend's local action. 153
Blaze welcome new strike man; ICE HOCKEY: Welch eager to start hitting the back of the net. 346
Boro aim for cup cash-in; FOOTBALL: Tiverton the barrier to first round proper. 414
Boro go for bonus; FOOTBALL: Preview of tomorrow's FA Cup and Non-League action. 414
Brakes go for glory! FOOTBALL. 449
Brakes pledge all-out attack; FOOTBALL: Preview of tomorrow's FA Cup and Non-League action. 454
Buyers failing to count cost of a new car; MOTORS. 259
Call for review of drinks licensing. 375
Car keys fished through front door. 143
CBSO puts the accent on youth; WHAT'S ON: Classical. 438
Children's taxi to wonderland. 132
Clearer energy bills on way. 107
Concern over missing woman. 104
Congratulations; The good news column for you, and by you ... the readers. 215
Corbett joins cafA society at Belgrade; WHAT'S ON: Jazz. 288
Court In Brief. 635
Crime advice rings a bell with pickpockets. 134
Crisis blamed on national issues; WALSGRAVE: Consultants' contract has increased pressure on finances. 460
Dig finds 13th century London lion skulls. 126
Dilemma for Town boss; FOOTBALL. 91
Driver killed in head-on smash; FATALITY: Total of three road victims dead in four days. 308
Ducati's delight in the tourer market; MOTORS. 389
Eliminator the focus for Witter; BOXING. 109
Everybody's talking... about Saturday night TV. 368
Extra spice to Yorkshire derby. 279
Facing a challenge. 328
Fears for missing victims of attack; MYSTERY: Two men and car vanish after assault reported at house. 250
Ferdinand backs his mate to do a Keane; FOOTBALL: Spotlight on the Premiership and UEFA Cup. 382
Film Favourite; WHAT'S ON: CINEMA. 245
Fire service bosses' frustration as offer is rejected; DEADLOCK: Managers say they have met demands in bid to avert strike action. 357
Gallery is in the running; AWARDS: Improvements make it a hot favourite. 317
Girl of 12 injured in the classroom. 136
Gran's pounds 300 pledge for brave little Thomas... FAMILY: Anonymous donor pays for day out for tot whose heartbreaking story she found so moving. 480
Guardian journalist released. 125
Harking back to treason of 1605. 129
Healthier workforces. 107
Help me find my Bluebell. 101
Help us stop the nuisance bikers; ATTACK: Campaigner renews plea after teenager hurt. 254
Hip-hop session. 91
Hire this to get in the pink! HEALTH: Breast cancer patient backs eye-catching awareness campaign. 367
Hogs of the road. 93
How to pep up a Panda; MOTORS. 591
Hughes: We have to fight for each other; FOOTBALL. 330
Insurance warning to teenage drivers. 229
It's carry on Clio with the Campus; MOTORS. 399
It's not your fault ... but back to custody you go. 187
Jeffrey demands character; FOOTBALL. 133
Join Frank, Sammy and Dean for Rat Pack classics; WHAT'S ON: Musicbox. 343
Journalist set free in Iraq. 133
June calls the tunes for top new season; WHAT'S ON: FOLK. 328
Just the job says Mac; FOOTBALL. 279
Kids invited to design a festive card. 140
Knitters wait on injuries; FOOTBALL: Preview of tomorrow's FA Cup and Non-League action. 163
Law ready for changes; FOOTBALL. 110
LETTERS: Your Say. 1332
Local duo must travel; RUGBY UNION: Preview of the weekend's local action. 162
LTI adds donation to quake relief. 93
MAKE A DATE WITH COVENTRY; New city calendar already a hit all over the world. Calendar 283
Munton leaves Bears after row over top job; CRICKET. 500
My top 10 things to see and do; MOTORS. 597
Neighbours in shock over murder probe; BODY FIND: Residents' horror at mystery death of woman near their homes. 363
New models make debut; MOTORS. 644
New pledge on unruly pupils; EDUCATION: Charter to set out rights of teachers and youngsters. 310
New Potter movie 'too scary for under-12s'. 116
Not such a merry Christmas on credit. 184
Nuns hit by backs trouble; RUGBY UNION: Preview of the weekend's local action. 202
Nurses' show marks end of an era. 237
Oh yes we will help our crumbling village hall! FUNDRAISER: Panto revived as players to help meet pounds 150,000 target. 339
Parenthesis picks up a quartet of design awards. 93
Pitham set for Bedworth return; FOOTBALL: Preview of tomorrow's FA Cup and Non-League action. 240
Please come home for your dad's funeral; MUM'S PLEA: Marlene hopes for reunion with son she hasn't seen for 10 years. 386
Pledge to sink pounds 5m into Stratford. 119
Police plea over abduction panic; CRIME FEARS: Detectives say people are worrying unnecessarily. 317
Police plea over abduction panic; CRIME FEARS: Detectives say people are worrying unnecessarily. 467
Police visitors give pupils a lesson in being streetwise. 232
Pool that may do the splits; FAIRFAX STREET: City council's novel possibility. 332
Pop singer tells of jailed half-brother. 84
pounds 3m reason to be cheerful; News of the latest moves in the work to raise pounds 5 million for a new hospice for Coventry. 386
Praise for powers to move on teengangs; CRACKDOWN: Youths to be moved on. 402
Pupils have something to sing about. 110
Queen leads Trafalgar weekend. 153
Real force to be reckoned with; TROPHY: Royal Navy hopeful Mathew scoops college award for his outstanding military skills. 330
Restaurant Review; WHAT'S ON. 770
Rudest folk in Britain revealed. 192
Run team hits pounds 2,000 mark; FUNDRAISING: Charity for stroke victims will benefit from massive school effort. 265
Safety workers walk out over pay. 174
Songs for Jordan; SCHOOL CONCERT: Sights set on pounds 1,000. 248
Sound Bites; WHAT'S ON: Rock. 297
Spice up your evening with a taste of Thailand; WHAT'S ON: TAKEAWAY REVIEW. 523
StageWhispers; WHAT'S ON: Theatre. 292
Students sign up as organ donors. 282
Sunshine and style in the Ibiza culture; MOTORS. 580
Take City with a goal start; The odds. 249
Tarzan in the swing; SKY BLUES: New nickname suits Nalis who has made an instant impression. 557
Thank you for my new lease of life; MOBILITY JOY: New pounds 6,000 chair lets Steve stand up for himself. 247
Thumbs down for return of the Brummies; SPEEDWAY. 244
Tigers warned; RUGBY UNION: Preview of the weekend's local action. 83
Tino passes family test for style and versatility; MOTORS. 687
Top actors take the Bard to school; SHAKESPEARE: Pupils are given a special profesional performance of popular play. 352
Tory rivals hit the road; LEADERSHIP: Local MP backed three hopefuls in a fortnight. 371
Tycoon nets pounds 1.2bn windfall. 106
Umaga: Let's turn promise into points; RUGBY UNION: Preview of the weekend's local action. 562
Upbeat Phillips is ready to impress; FOOTBALL. 335
Victims of attack go missing from house; ASSAULT MYSTERY: Police trying to trace pair and car after report of assault. 237
WALSGRAVE: '100 JOBS COULD GO' Doctors and nurses will be among the staff lost at hospital says union. 294
Warwickshire into U18s final; RUGBY UNION: Preview of the weekend's local action. 232
We want your garden rubbish; ENVIRONMENT: Don't put your green stuff in the wheelie bin says Dale. 289
Welsh stars to shine for variety show. 87
Who gets your vote? SPORT: Pick your favourites from a phenomenal year for Coventry and Warwickshire. 1777
WIN tickets to see Alan Titchmarsh and a copy of his new book; WHAT'S ON: Theatre. 95
Woosnam pulls out of Classic; GOLF. 112
Wreaths laid to honour Nelson. 161
YOUR 60 SECOND guide to the week ahead; WHAT'S ON. Calendar 623
Your group just keeps growing. 322

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