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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 6, 2005)

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'I need to be free to speak my mind' Councillor says conflict of interest rules made her quit. 290
Action call as town loses pounds 1m a week. 651
Ashby happy with off-key Boro. 283
Aussies call up Clark; CRICKET. 122
Back at work: The salesman who lost his job by text; City centre shop boss steps in after reading Evening Telegraph story. 419
Bees can't afford slips. 105
Bell: Beating Aussies can inspire next generation of cricketers; CRICKET; Warwickshire's England batsman on what's at stake in the fifth Test. 640
Bitter defeat for big-hitting Bears; CRICKET. 274
Blair's call to Chinese leaders; NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL NEWS ROUND-UP. 216
Brown boosts Street; RUGBY UNION. 573
Burglars strike again at store. 82
Cadden: We must be positive; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 173
Carter says no to county contract; CRICKET. 191
Champs in flying start; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 127
City duo survive England ordeal unscathed; FOOTBALL. 462
Clinic in a Box opens for teens. 203
Congratulations! The good news column for you, and by you...the readers. 648
Copses delight Furlong; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 343
Date set for Lions' Burton meeting; RUGBY UNION. 156
Don't axe parking outside our shops. 532
Drama on sea ordeal of young survivors. 151
Ex-chef's recipe for a clean living; BUSINESS REPORT. 288
ex-service notes. 538
Fans should stop whinging about Sven; FOOTBALL. 181
Five senses of delight as garden opens. 234
Flintoff and Warne hold key to Ashes; CRICKET. 784
Fracture puts out Balding; RUGBY UNION. 107
Fundraisers get into top gear for babies; Months of activities bring pounds 925 to hospital. 267
Grass 'full of rubbish'. 304
Higgins targeting return after illness; RUGBY UNION: Frustrated fly-half devastated by opening omission. 276
Holders go nap in impressive second half; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 542
Hotel takes you on mystery journey; REVIEWS. 171
How Rita and Frank educate theatregoers; REVIEWS. 226
In-form Holbeck to keep hot run going; RACING. 531
Invitation to join the cast of junior players. 131
It's political correctness gone mad; As the end nears for a habit of a lifetime, John Mutton is defiant. 501
Joining the world of song. 119
Jones out of Ashes decider; CRICKET. 178
Kastoria can make trip pay dividends; TOMORROW'S RACECARDS. 542
Knowing your horses. 98
Late double seals thriller for Griff; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 106
Led Zep legends backed our Shel; BACKBEAT: BECAUSE THEY DON'T MAKE MUSIC LIKE THEY USED TO! 1963. 1137
Long working hours rapped. 91
Look how far our little dancing girl has come. 404
Man faces jail for sexual abuse. 172
Man is jailed after hostel attack. 212
Medals taken after break-in at house. 110
Monday morning is for walking. 103
MP warms to academies. 101
Mum's anger as leak takes weeks to fix. 276
Murray soon makes up for lost time; STOCK CARS. 339
Owen has more to prove; FOOTBALL. 191
Paceman has first full test; CRICKET. 186
People's views sought on new health centre. 241
Petrol prices close to pounds 1 mark. 407
Price of drug shrinks by half. 145
Quinn is relishing Ferdinand reunion; FOOTBALL. 127
Quit New Orleans, last citizens told; NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL NEWS ROUND-UP. 372
Radio fun is a cause of sore sides; REVIEWS. 294
Redundant Rover workers find jobs; BUSINESS REPORT. 143
Reid doesn't fear France; FOOTBALL. 94
Residents gather to discuss activies for area. 108
Romance blossoms again 58 years on. 141
Royals deserve respect at the Ricoh; FOOTBALL. 232
Sarah sings her way to top three in 'Eurovision'. 125
SCRATCH ATTACK; Vandals target more than 20 vehicles in one street. 351
Shame of man in sudden attack. 210
SHOPPERS VOTE WITH THEIR FEET; pounds 1m a week being lost to other centres. 264
Soldiers on their toes for 40-mile challenge. 341
Sports centre a gem that must shine again; YOUR VIEWS. 1357
Stoute has soft spot for Hard Top; RACING. 177
Teenager accused of raping boy, 7. 236
Teenager killed in car crash. 137
Tender gem to free the emotions; REVIEWS. 187
THIEVES HAVE LEFT ME HEARTBROKEN; Cancer girl Georgia's beloved quad bike is stolen. 433
Towers sent-off as Sphinx squeeze in; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 403
Tractors make a great show! Gardeners and farmers get in action. 349
Travellers win eviction reprieve; Individual's health problems save illegal camp. 289
Village shop hit by raid for third time. 144
WILLO AIMS FOR CITY EXTENSION; Midfielder desperate to continue first team football at Sky Blues. 311
Yobs are making our lives a misery; Ron keeps photo diary of renegade bikers and damage. 506
Young carers make a movie. 226
Young looks to Neville example; FOOTBALL. 128
Youth Panel election chance looms. 157

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