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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 28, 2005)

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[eth]Stern lecture' as Labour push for fourth term; LABOUR CONFERENCE. 731
Abuse soldier jailed. 140
Advice for new students on getting on with the locals. 97
Alpha course starts again. 96
Anderson gets in the groove. 118
Award for city nightspot. 158
Beef export ban may end. 143
Bill weighs in with club best; CYCLING: Hinckley rider cashes in on excellent road conditions. 590
Blades keep up record; FOOTBALL. 198
Blair Welsh slur claim. 133
Blood, sweat and opera ... 99
Boyfrienddenies killing woman who drowned in blood; COURT: Trial told mum, aged 21, found dead at her home with footprints on her face. 565
British snorkeller was killed by croc. 107
Car buyers shrug off fuel prices. 152
City run hailed a 'massive success'. 409
City's luck has to change soon; FOOTBALL. 1142
Coldplay set for awards. 126
Concern over illegal tipping. 151
Congratulations; The good news column for you, and by you... the readers. 269
CourtI n Brief. 586
Crisis, what crisis? FOOTBALL. 819
Do-gooder robbed me of my tax protest, says freed pensioner; PRISON: Rebel OAP fumes as mystery donor clears her council debt. 454
Doctor in suicide attempt struck off. 100
Done and dusted; SPEEDWAY. 395
Douglas brace sparks United; FA CUP AND NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 228
DRIVING AMBITION; RACE: Girls aim for career in the male-dominated world of motor sport. 376
Fabulous Fallon is the Goodwood star; RACING: Today's news and views. 754
Family to visit shooting site. 101
Fearon ends on a high note; ATHLETICS. 233
Ferguson praises the kids; FOOTBALL : Focus on the European Champions League. 327
Fight junk food at home. 120
Four quizzed over body theft. 185
Fourth man held on Clinton killing shooting; MURDER INQUIRY: Detectives re-arrest and question 36-year-old from Holbrooks. 234
Giant squid filmed for the first time. 308
Godiva double up after rule changes; ATHLETICS. 433
Great idea - but will it work? JUNK: Head teachers welcome plans to ditch unhealthy food in schools. 486
Help us, police urge booze kids' parents. 225
Henson out of autumn tests; RUGBY UNION. 294
Hospital gets new man at the helm. 243
HOW WE'LL REMEMBER HORROR OF THE BLITZ; COMMEMORATION: Cathedral to host huge memorial to end of war on anniversary of Blitz - and organisers are appealing for 300 children to take part in the event. 844
I'd rather be killed by dogs than an owl! COUNTRYSIDE: Hunt 'forced' to look for alternative methods of controlling foxes. 323
I'm here for the long haul; SPEEDWAY: More reaction to Coventry's magnificent Elite League triumph. 412
Jazzing it up for charity. 112
Judo champ aims to beat work stress. 185
Junk food ban for schools; HEALTH: Government to act after TV chef Jamie Oliver's campaign. 396
Labour man on vote theft charge; TRIAL: Party chief denies that he used someone else's vote in last June's elections. 331
LETTERS: Your Say. 2338
Ljungberg lifts Wenger. 173
Lorry blaze shuts A45 for hours; FIRE: Reader stuck in the jam sends us dramatic pictures of truck fire. 393
Low-cost airlines expand flights. 294
Making a mark; MOTOR RACING: It's all starting to come together for rising single- seater star. 814
Man held over July 21 failed terror blast bid. 207
Man jailed for six years for abuse. 144
MPs reject email move to beat terrorism. 104
Murray turns on winning style. 134
New church aims to put bounce in the community; OPEN DAY: Salvation Army invites everyone in to see some unusual things it has to offer. 527
On This Day. 110
Parents are putting children's lives at risk; TICKING OFF: School head raps selfish parkers for creating a crossing hazard. 328
Paying dues to Rolls. 101
pounds 17,000 help to enhance village green; WINDFALL: Cricket pitch, orchard and streams to create a rural idyll for neighbours. 396
Rubbish backlog as plant hits snag. 95
Saatchi Gallery to move after feud. 88
Sky Blues ready to hit back! FOOTBALL. 555
Students fear debt more than exams. 223
Superb Brakes in Cup high; FA CUP AND NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 256
Teenager stabbed with screwdriver. 132
Terrace Verdict; FOOTBALL. 213
That winner still rankles for Jose; FOOTBALL : Focus on the European Champions League. 356
Theatre Review; WHAT'S ON. 220
Warren's court bid on Hatton. 126
Woman saved in candle fire. 210
Work to keep out travellers praised; PROTECTED: Pensioner backs scheme to keep caravans off open land in city. 292
You've no right to deny me a slice of the action; PLANNING ROW: Pizza takeaway boss prepares to take fight to public inquiry. 249

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