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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 16, 2006)

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A&E nurses given attack alarms. 233
A45 junction delays. 104
Advice for fans going to V festival. 94
All the fun of the summer fair. 102
Amanda got a place on drama course anyway. 205
Americans know Harry, but not Tony. 151
Appointments at financial centre. 112
Armed gang rob woman outside PO; CRIME: Police hunt for raiders who carried gun. 288
Armed store gang flee after bike crash; CRIME: Police hunt raiders who threatened staff and stole cash from safe. 345
Armed store gang flee after bike crash; CRIME: Police hunt raiders who threatened staff with baseball bats and stole cash. 375
Arson attack on old school. 176
Athletics: Harrier Hazell zips to road race silver. 380
Athletics: Narrow victory earns Rugby third. 430
Baby boom celebration. 318
Behind the scenes at the museum. 97
Bobby Dazzlers. 295
Car boot sale in aid of air ambulance. 116
Changing railways show the signals of the times; NostalgiaExtra. 463
Check out your builder. 396
Chinese in pounds 11m Rover deal. 225
Climbers rope up in Malta. 319
Come on girls, give us a game! TEAM BUILDING: These under-eights desperately need other girl footballers. 402
CourtInBrief. 864
Cricket: Bell: I want more glory; CRICKET: Warwickshire batsman chases historic fourth century in serie. 705
Cricket: County kid 'the new Tim Munton'. 400
Cricket: Is it the end for Dougie? CRICKET: Warwicks' interest in Cork threatens Brown's future. 433
Cricket: Shoaib won't be in the Test side. 131
Customers treat me more like a grandson! CARING BOSS: Young entrepreneur wins elderly fans with mobility aids. 417
Cycling: Hinckley go from strength to strength. 203
Disused school goes up in flames. 241
Do you recognise a face from Holbrooks Primary? OLD school pictures hold treasured memories, with many of us clinging to photos of former classmates from years gone by. We asked you to share your old photos with us and help bring back memories of school days - and had a great response. 97
eBay sellers stage online boycott. 96
EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME IN POPULAR STYVECHALE; Daintree Croft, Styvechale, Coventry. Suttons PRICE: pounds 264,950. 196
EXTENDED AND IMPROVED END TERRACE; Jobs Lane, Tile Hill, Coventry. Brian Holt PRICE: pounds 220,000. 227
FAMILY-SIZED TERRACE IN POPULAR AREA; Forknell Avenue, Wyken, Coventry. Pettifer RENTAL: pounds 540 pcm. 139
Fears over care home move; STATEMENT: Assurances to worried relatives. 351
Final parade for heroes of Burma; LAYING UP STANDARD: Special church service marks the end for ex-servicemen's association after dwindling numbers force closure. 589
Fingers crossed that I'll make A grades this time. 279
First-time buyers get own event. 185
Football: African connection fires Racing Club Warwick. 399
Football: African connection fires Warwick. 396
Football: Another ban for Rooney. 190
Football: Ashby backs his keeper. 246
Football: Battle on at Villa. 238
Football: Cisse on loan at Stoke. 88
Football: Coach back to his roots. 311
Football: Diary of a transfer; FOOTBALL: Reaction and background to departure of Sky Blues' prize asset. 560
Football: Fans furious at Macca sale; FOOTBALL: Reaction and background to departure of Sky Blues' prize asset. 313
Football: Hartson takes bit part role. 154
Football: McClaren wants England to dazzle. 154
Football: McLaren demands England dazzle; FOOTBALL: England prepare for Greece plus local league round-up. 466
Football: Morrell's off to join the Seasiders. 125
Football: pounds 4m Macca off to Blues; City finally concede defeat in battle to keep striker. 711
Football: Tabb injury adds to Micky's woes; FOOTBALL: Stomach problem ends new boy's international duty. 503
Football: Theo shows enough class for Taylor. 170
Football: Theo shows enough class. 194
Football: Torpedo tackle lays out tight head prop. 172
Four bikes stolen. 107
FOUR-BEDROOM DORMER BUNGALOW IN BINLEY WOODS; Rugby Road, Binley Woods, near Coventry. Locke and England PRICE: pounds 270,000 (no chain). 154
FREE ...Super Sky Blues poster and player cards. 231
Golf: No easy Ryder as Broadhurst battles on. 318
Great place for a break. 399
Have Plan B prepared for the clearing system. 277
HE COULD GO AFTER YOUR CHILD NEXT! A mother's warning after her daughter escapes clutches of fiend. 455
Help to delve into your past. 122
How altruism can be rewarded. 137
How to book your child's course. 98
I really enjoyed the Mary Ann detective work; RESEARCH: Local historian finds out more about nurse heroine in Great War. 294
I waited 10 hours for surgery - then my op was cancelled; DISAPPOINTED: Gran upset at shortage of beds in new hospital. 535
IDEAL FOR FIRST-TIME BUYER; Gregory Hood Road, Styvechale, Coventry. Castles PRICE: pounds 102,950. 121
Incentive for first timers. 297
InsideYour. 101
IT COULD BE YOUR CHILD NEXT; A mother's warning after her daughter escapes clutches of fiend. 462
KIDNAP: IT COULD BE YOUR CHILD NEXT; A mother's warning after girl escapes clutches of fiend. 368
Lawn Tennis: Murray's regrets. 165
Letter: Changing railways show the signals of the times; NostalgiaExtra. 465
Letter: YourSay - Charity shop was forced to close early. 144
Letter: YourSay - DailyPoem; CAR BOOT SALES. 96
Letter: YourSay - Fight to raise moral standards. 181
Letter: YourSay - Records farce puts lives at risk. 260
Letter: YourSay - ToThePoint. 100
Letter: YourShout - IF YOU are a true. 140
Letter: YourShout - pounds 2m NO, 3M NO. 138
Lock up your tools - warning. 162
Look Mum, we're doing it already! IN THE SWIM ++. 342
Music catches on. 198
Nathan looks ahead to challenge. 178
New homes will be for the over-55s. 172
New music at Proms. 105
New planets for Solar System. 95
Nurses under threat given attack alarms; HOSPITAL VIOLENCE: 'Zero tolerance' pledged over problem of rowdy patients. 436
Nurses under threat given attack alarms; HOSPITAL VIOLENCE: 'Zero tolerance' pledged over rowdy patients. 343
Official pardon for executed WWI soldiers. 161
OnThisDay. 96
Pair hurt as cars collide. 86
PICK OF THE DAY; Live International Football (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 111
Playing fields 'only option' say travellers; CAMP: Challenge to council as caravans prepare to move. 354
Police 'help' plea over sex attack. 123
pounds 14,000 cost of 'free' schooling; SUMS INDEX: How everyday bills add up for parents. 274
Proud days playing rugby for Copthorne in the 60s. 198
RBL official urges change; VOW: County branches keen to stay as they are. 261
Reflecting on a bygone era. 281
Rugby Union: Many positives from Cov defeat; RUGBY UNION: French provide stern test in first run out at Butts Park Arena. 550
Rugged coast has a timeless quality; Holiday At Home ALF BENNETT AND FAMILY EXPLORE PEMBROKESHIRE. 631
School goes up in flames in suspected arson attack; 999 DRAMA: Firefighters tackle blaze as firebugs get to redundant building before the demolition crew. 422
Sex assault suspect freed. 116
Skatepark picture all our own work; ART PROJECT: Young designers take pride in covering over graffiti. 288
Snooker: Fun win for Ronnie. 113
Speedway: Bees fear Schlein has a broken leg; SPEEDWAY: Bad blow for play-off battle. 200
Stabbed officer: Two more arrested. 164
Steps to a thinner you. 86
Store robbers go on run. 105
Store robbers go on the run. 115
STUDIO APARTMENT FOR OVER-55s; Dalton Lodge, Styvechale Avenue, Coventry. Evans & Co PRICE: pounds 79,950. 134
TeabreakTeasers. 147
Teenagers to kick off. 89
Theatre move in the hands of members; CULTURE QUARTER: Loft management waits for verdict on relocating to church. 411
TheWorldTonight: Bailey Rae up for three Mobo awards. 84
TheWorldTonight: Beyonce's sweet on the latest diet craze. 157
TheWorldTonight: Prisons early release plan. 170
TheWorldTonight: Royal reporter on phone hack charges. 124
TheWorldTonight: Schoolboy smuggles himself on to aircraft; GATWICK: Review ordered on airport security. 410
This is no place to drop Angkor; Your Holiday READER RICHARD FIELD ISN'T IMPRESSED WITH CAMBODIA. 541
Top this for music scales! 130
Union leader's anger as boss leaves with pounds 8.3m; JOB FEARS: 'The unacceptable face of capitalism' claim as top man steps down. 360
VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENC ON THE INCREASE; Social services flooded by young victims of domestic attacks. 361
Village joins in 25th anniversary celebrations. 198
Walkers rapped on salt in crisps claim. 146
We want to restore landmark in our garden; Unusual monument is tribute to war dead. 477
We want to restore the landmark in our front garden. 486
We've waited too long to see our estate finished; NEW HOMES: Developers in pledge to get roads, paths and lights up to standard. 459
Website lets customers bid for parts. 90
Wizard at forgetting a face ... 83
Woman is hurt in crash. 120
Women punched in street. 159
Young Erin joins show visitors. 101
Young Erin joins show visitors. 166
Your daily stars. 636
Your mission: To spy out a good read. 145
Youths risk infections by having unsafe sex. 112
Youths take bikes from kids in park; AMBUSH: Police appeal for information. 233

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