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

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A few good men and one great woman shine in courtroom drama; WHAT'S ON: REVIEW. 312
Amy Louise to be third time lucky; racing. 193
Any moves to merge forces 'not concrete' POLICE: Home Secretary signals big shake-up in structure. 387
Bedworth eye revenge. 205
Beebe tested at top; MOTOR RACING: Rally ace makes his mark at world championship event. 556
Blind woman has purse snatched from shopping bag. 157
Blind woman's purse snaffled. 103
Boro boss Ashby looks for an FA Cup windfall; FOOTBALL. 186
Brakes charge in. 176
Brilliant Bell is the Bears hero; CRICKET: Warwickshire on the brink of promotion after win over Yorkshire. 411
Carey lined up for Leofric return; BOXING. 336
Children have a sackful of fun. 156
City's roads area test for TV drivers; FILMING: Celebrity motorists arrive in Coventry for latest show in series. 434
Court In Brief. 841
Court order applicationin bid to move on travellers. 131
Cummings turns on style; CYCLING. 466
CURATE'S HUSBAND JAILED IN SEX CASE; COURT: Churchwoman to stick by partner who 'groomed' girl, 12. 548
Dance cash to help young adults get back on their feet; CHEQUE: Kia, aged three, hands over pounds 700 show proceeds to boss of counselling centre. 277
Don't let us lose the plot; DOWN-TO-EARTH: Residents queue up for allotments in bid to halt homes plan. 632
DUMPED; The two terrified kittens thrown out of a car window. 407
Fast-track to court for truants' parents; ATTENDANCE: List of worst pupils to be drawn up and mums and dads targeted. 498
Firm says sorry for escaping dust cloud. 122
Flintoff 'was shot at' in India; CRICKET. 248
Forssell double sees Blues through. 544
Fun runners urged to get their cash in. 83
Girls in cigarette ploy steal from pensioner. 204
Hat's the way to do it! ROYAL FASHION: Women give views on whether style has gone to Camilla's head. 381
Health records computer system put on hold again. 151
I really thought I would go blind; YOUR LIFE. 1335
I'll do a bungee jump to keep this place open, says Iris, aged 91; APPEAL: A thousand collecting boxes to go out as elderly residents set out to keep their home. 718
I've waited more than a year for a heart op; HEALTH: City dad's life hanging in the balance as he waits for vital treatment. 602
Invitation to the dance. 108
Iraq admission on 'infiltration'. 86
Islands spared hurricane. 87
Jarvis warms up with welcome win; RACING: Today's news and views. 747
Job has been a joy for 37 years; RETIRING: Special school assembly held to say bye-bye to Barbara. 315
Jobs fear over Heinz site sale; ANXIETY: Leamington workers face uncertain future. 430
Joseph, Mary, the baby Jesus - and Jeffrey Archer. 84
Let's keep these rogue drivers off the road. 655
LETTERS: Your Say. 913
Library to open earlier - and longer. 99
Madrid will not appeal against loss; FOOTBALL. 89
Mary's memories make her a star; NEW BOOK: Chats about the past inspire neighbours to get into print. 402
Merger to have jobs spin-off. 120
Mixed bag from Woolworths. 119
Monty and Jose will meet again; GOLF. 207
Moody available for autumn internationals; RUGBY UNION. 267
Mutton tells of support over stance on smoking. 129
New boy Thornton lifts the Sky Blue gloom; FOOTBALL: BIG MATCH ANALYSIS. 1350
New media centre courses on offer. 91
New MP is talking politics over a pint; SURGERIES: Constituents are to get a chance to chat about town issues in their local. 372
NICKED... More cars seized in insurance crackdown. 182
Noise complaint knocked for six; LICENSING: Cricket club wins its bid for longer opening hours. 315
Nostalgia Extra. 599
Not so happy birthday as Whing comes of age; FOOTBALL. 305
O'Leary blasts 'fickle fans' after Villa's Carling romp; FOOTBALL. 161
Open day points to career in leisure. 143
Penn waiting on games call; ATHLETICS: Top-ranked Briton hopes Dublin time will be quick enough for. 711
Police look for links in bike thefts. 83
Police raid homes and businesses. 112
pounds 11m ...that's how much council sickies have cost you this year; CRACKDOWN: Workers' pay row may have contributed to rise in absences. 331
Profits from tobacco sales to help home for men with drug problems. 216
Question mark over staffing. 148
Raising temperatures. 150
Remembering 'The Big Man' of football world; OBITUARY: Wife pays tribute to husband of 42 years. 394
Robinson fills gap for City; FOOTBALL. 333
Royal Mail workers make special delivery to charity. 92
Second person charged with murder. 191
Spurs crash out; FOOTBALL: Non-League and Carling Cup action. 516
Supermodel Kate is told to repent. 141
Teachers now better trained says Morris. 182
Terrace Verdict; FOOTBALL. 170
Texans await hurricane. 85
Text Talk. 99
Traders' anger at parking shortage; THREAT: Shop bosses say lack of car spaces puts their future at risk. 369
Training company makes its mark. 249
Truancy test. 82
Two Iraqis die after Basra clash. 90
Warning after candles start fire. 126
We're making sure city run will be safe; HALF MARATHON: Organisers say proper safety precautions are in place for Sunday's big event. 587
Winner of The Apprentice unveils new beauty product. 84
Wood bags a treble in thrilling 4-4 draw; FOOTBALL: Non-League and Carling Cup action. 236
You'll be doing a very important job; EDUCATION: Former cabinet minister returns to where she learned teaching. 228
Youngsters' early score for tsunami appeal. 536
Youth choir makes CD of 24 favourite songs. 107

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