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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 23, 2006)

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'Cannabis plants' seized in raids. 156
'Cannabis' haul seized in raids. 176
Air cadets are set to jitterbug the night away. 194
Airport workers call off strikes. 131
All tastes covered from traditional to contemporary... 298
Athletics: Coventry Way a 40-mile challenge for all abilities. 405
Athletics: Coventry Way a 40-mile challenge for all abilities. 405
Athletics: Ellena races to a record; ATHLETICS: Switch to 100 metres proves a success for sprinter at finals. 283
Athletics: Gatlin ban may not satisfy critics. 209
Athletics: Godiva win promotion with superb final flourish. 302
Battle I'm fighting for sake of my children; ENVIRONMENT: Widow explains why she has joined the ranks of Mums' Army. 387
Bear with us over hospital troubles; COMPLAINTS: Official pledges that troubleshooters will put matters right. 498
BEAUTIFULLY KEPT BUNGALOW IN ALDERMANS GREEN; Delage Close, Aldermans Green, Coventry. Suttons PRICE: pounds 132,995. 165
Ben supports risk campaign. 80
Bicycle clue to truck raider. 81
Bobby Dazzlers. 250
Boxing: Bendall set for Weston showdown before belt defence. 260
BRAVE GRAHAM LOSES CANCER BATTLE; DAD'S FIGHT: Amazing man who's plight galvanised a town. 208
Bus depot 'more efficient'. 114
Cadets set to have a ball at hall. 137
Cancer dad loses his fight for life. 363
Captured . . . an awesome twister. 325
Catch this solution to problems; CITY COUNCIL: Information bus launch. 453
Charity reps wanted. 109
Chemical alert at nursing home. 158
Choose your sporting heroes; COVENTRY, SOLIHULL AND WARWICKSHIRE SPORTS AWARDS 2006. 679
City journalist flees Greek forest blaze; HOLIDAY SCARE: British tourists among thousands evacuated. 298
Community skills award. 127
Court In Brief. 587
Cricket: Big-hitting Tim puts Bears back in charge; CRICKET: Groenewald hammers 76 off 47 balls to revive flagging county. 458
Cricket: Inzamam hearing likely to be put off. 355
Cricket: Woolmer's worry over ICC hearing. 381
Customers give developer a big pat on the back. 307
Dean still a master of his trade. 206
Decision delayed on 'eyesore' factory site. 126
Diabetic left for hours without food. 133
Diesel spill turns A45 into 'skating rink'. 192
Disabled youngsters in big adventure. 204
Docs keep close eye on cancer tot. 268
Dramatic drop in number of teenage mums; HEALTH: Officials encouraged by new figures. 315
EXCELLENT FAMILY ACCOMMODATION IN BINLEY; The Stoop, Morrisons Estate, Binley, Coventry. McArdle Estates PRICE: pounds 219,950 (no chain). 199
EXTENDED SEMI WITH GOOD GARDEN IN STYVECHALE; The Chesils, Styvechale, Coventry. Loveitts PRICE: pounds 242,500. 250
Festival offers feast of sounds. 184
Firm's day of fun - for a good cause. 92
First width is just the start for these kids; IN THE SWIM ++. 371
Football: Blundering Borough lose again. 370
Football: Boro condemned as Brown sees red. 664
Football: Boro condemned as Brown sees red; Nuneaton Borough 0 Leigh RMI 1. 658
Football: Brakes held in derby. 114
Football: Defences dominate dour clash; FOOTBALL: Last night's non-league and local action. 165
Football: Fleetwood smacks Sky Blues; BIG MATCH ANALYSIS +++. 1642
Football: Knitters shock title favourites. 220
Football: Ladies end warm-up. 123
Football: Quinn close to new boss. 99
Football: Roussel fears for future. 110
Football: Rugby bounce back. 222
Football: Rugby bounce back; Rugby Town 2 Gloucester City 1. 242
Football: SHAMBLES! Adams says sorry to Sky Blues fans after Carling Cup shocker. 397
Football: SHAMBLES! Adams says sorry to Sky Blues fans after cup shocker at Hereford. 388
Football: Stourbridge spoil Sockett's party; FOOTBALL: Last night's non-league and Champions League action. 404
FREE ...Sky Blues poster and player cards. 236
Free feast at festival. 87
Free meals offer at Disney Resort. 140
Golf: Pettersson still waiting for Ryder Cup encouragement. 252
Graham loses cancer battle. 96
Guides called to Hong Kong. 213
Gyms fix it for recycling. 214
Hockey: NewlookBlaze take to the ice; ICE HOCKEY: Exhibition match lined-up against Barons. 327
Horse Racing: Dandy Man looks a danger. 741
Horse Racing: NEWMARKET'S July Course signs. 161
How to book your child's course; IN THE SWIM ++. 99
How to look after older buildings. 119
If you think this is tough, wait for our next challenge; POLAR WARM-UP: Pair tackle assault course ahead of race in icy wastes. 305
IMPROVED SEMI TO SUIT FIRST-TIME BUYERS; Burnham Road, Whitley, Coventry. Coopers PRICE: pounds 129,950. 170
Iraqi ex-hostage to tell of ordeal; GUEST SPEAKER: Norman Kember invited to city by Baptist pal. 383
It was exciting and a bit scary to see tornado; WEATHER: Youngsters capture on camera second twister seen in area county in 24 hours. 348
It was exciting and a bit scary to see tornado; WEATHER: Youngsters capture on camera second twister seen in area within 24 hours. 335
It's a terrible shame. He was a really nice guy; TRIBUTES: Popular fundraiser loses cancer battle. 456
Janet, you deserve a round of applause; RETIREMENT: Young and old say goodbye to community warden after 31 years. 337
Kubrick classic at a classy venue. 124
Lawn Tennis: Murray 'set for a great future'. 123
Learn to make dresses and care for hair. 82
Letter: Your Shout - AFTER quite a few summer buys things seemed; BIG MATCH ANALYSIS +++. 130
Letter: YourSay - Belief is key to success in life. 194
Letter: YourSay - So who can claim to live in Hawkesbury? 232
Letter: YourSay - ToThePoint. 82
Letter: YourSay - Two sides to superhospital. 294
LONGFORD FOUR-BED HOME WITH EN-SUITE SHOWER; Aspen Drive, Longford, Coventry. Hawkins PRICE: pounds 209,950 (no chain). 298
Make tracks ... 157
Marshals needed at speedway team final. 135
Mindless thugs smash win of ambulance; CRIME: Thieves steal sat-nav system as paramedics tend to elderly patient. 381
MUCH IMPROVED HOME CLOSE TO SCHOOLS; Rotheram Road, Whitmore Park, Coventry. Harrington PRICE: pounds 162,500. 206
Neighbours to the rescue; Bittersweet moment for Beryl as her pounds 14,000 extension is demolished for free. 379
New dads prefer to stay at work. 147
New lifeline for people on estate. 152
Olivia puts on a big show for orphans; ENTERTAINMENT: Charity champion finds groups galore to help funds. 272
Online check-in with Monarch. 155
Pace of sales at three-year high; PROPERTY: Stable market as house prices more or less held. 265
Pair talk about book. 162
Panic braking will end up killing someone; SPEED-CALMING: Action call on road that takes drivers by surprise. 420
People in care homes polled on their MP. 108
Pick of the day. 199
Police count cost of scrapped merger. 267
Police station has new chief. 116
pounds 200 for mayor's charity. 107
PSYCHIC CALLED IN TO FIND NICOLA; Irish medium's new clues. 604
Psychic called in to help find Nicola; NEW CLUES: Missing mum's family cling to hope of solving 15-year-old mystery. 577
Pupils want to get sporty; EDUCATION: Youngsters give their views on out-of-school activities in questionnaire. 446
Rugby League: Radlinski calls it a day - again. 125
Rugby Union: Bucknall out for season; RUGBY UNION: Cov consider compensation claim game over 'disgraceful' tackle. 470
Rugby Union: New role for Siveter. 116
Rugby Union: Society hits the course. 100
Schools scoop green award. 142
Shopkeeper hit by bottle in raid; CRIME: Man suffers a cut face after attack by youths who stole alcohol. 265
Shoppers given advice to beat criminals. 124
Showhome opens at apartments. 348
Smashed for the sake of it; VANDALISM: Bored youngsters blamed for damage to cars. 292
So sad that vandals can't leave this alone; PUBLIC BENCH: Graffiti artists treat repainted space as blank canvas. 323
Students are so choosy. 303
Take a walk to help fight cancer. 124
TeabreakTeasers. 146
Teen art to shape children's policies. 159
Teens just not equipped for work - bosses. 218
The battle I'm fighting for sake of my children; ENVIRONMENT: Widow joins ranks of Mums' Army. 442
The life and times of William. 89
The perfect place for messing about on the water; The Great Escape EDWARD STEPHENS CRUISES THE GARONNE CANAL IN FRANCE. 1007
TheWorldTonight: Andy's the of king speed. 167
TheWorldTonight: Baby's body found in bin. 87
TheWorldTonight: Darning report on maternity unit. 194
TheWorldTonight: Fire-hit resorts count the cost. 178
TheWorldTonight: Herceptin gets the go ahead. 206
TheWorldTonight: Surgery for Sir Bobby. 89
THREE-BEDROOM HOME WITH LARGE GARDEN; Bransdale Avenue, Holbrooks, Coventry. Wiglesworth PRICE: pounds 129,950 (no chain). 198
Toxic fumes alert at nursing home. 107
TOXIC FUMES ALERT AT NURSING HOME; CHEMICAL SPILL: Staff taken to hospital after drama at 4.30am. 403
TOXIC FUMES ALERT AT NURSING HOME; CHEMICAL SPILL: Staff taken to hospital after drama at 4.30am. 257
Travel: Cut-price Ferries. 94
Travel: Indulge in Limassol's fun Wine Festival. 252
Travel: You would be Scilly to ignore this gem; The Great Escape. 996
We're praying for world peace... we condemn violence; UNITED AGAINST TERRORISM: Muslims and Sikhs in city issue joint statement. 383
WELL-PRESENTED DETACHED IN POPULAR AREA; Harpenden Drive, Allesley Green, Coventry. Wilson Quinn PRICE: Reduced from pounds 279,995 to pounds 274,995. 227
Why London's the capital of culture. 816
William scores double win in awards. 243
Woman, 60, still critical after crash. 133
Would-be burglar in 'gas leak' ruse; CON: Suspicious resident alerts police after 12.40am call. 323
Your daily stars. 665

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