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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 27, 2006)

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'Carrot' offered in bid to get more car parks; PLANNING: Officials try to find ways to tempt developers to pay. 396
'Chico-time' at city's Colosseum club. 89
'Chico-time' at the Colosseum. 89
70 jobs to go at Walsgrave; HEALTH: Medical records work to move outside city. 361
A day to collect the Indian visa. 126
A ring is a real symbol of love. 145
A Warwick warm-up for National duo. 183
All aboard the bus for a trip down memory lane. 151
And they call her mellow Melua... Rock. 122
Anger as balti's plea is rejected; LICENSE: Hearing branded 'unfair '. 250
April date to open New Look store. 156
Baby who survived despite the odds. 107
Bid to put the brakes on bogus taxi drivers. 134
Blunder doc can carry on working; Parents' outrage at decision. 246
Blunder doctor can carry on working. 338
Blunder doctor told he can keep working; RULING: Parents of misdiagnosed children are furious. 312
Boat and caravan show. 106
Boxing: Allen on course for ABA Novices. 116
Brain op shock for football club boss. 138
Brain op shock for football club boss. 146
Braving the cold to help the homeless. 278
BrushStrokes. 118
CafA helps to boost funds. 129
Calm view by troubled artist; Art. 156
Company launches seven new machines. 98
Computer haul put at pounds 100,000. 115
Congratulations; The good news column for you, and by you... the readers. 142
Council chiefs are playing with words; WORD GAME: Plain English campaigners say politically correct terms are muddying our language. 198
CourtInBrief. 903
Cov must build on fresh impetus. 627
CRICKET: Battling Giles shows bravery. 394
Cruelty case pair given 10-year ban; TWO IN COURT: Couple admit causing unnecessary suffering to their lurcher dog. 224
Disgraced parish councillor jailed. 93
Do you know this man? 143
Empty-handed ram raiders. 94
Enjoyment has gone up a gear. 200
Family rescued from fire. 134
Football: A hero's welcome; Boro fans cheer their FA Cup stars at civic reception. 265
Football: Adams eyes Cup coup. 446
Football: Adams is banking on fan power. 198
Football: Adams plots Cup shock; Confident Sky Blues eager for a crack at Premiership Middlesbrough. 508
Football: Adams plots Cup shock; Confident Sky Blues eager for a crack at Premiership Middlesbrough. 521
Football: Bedworth suffer from double ban. 243
Football: Boro bid for more firepower. 440
Football: Boro in double transfer swoop. 437
Football: Borough look to Brush. 217
Football: Duo are banned. 276
Football: Euro boost for England. 141
Football: FA aim to make a quick decision. 377
Football: Herbert out for play-off chasers. 321
Football: Knitters aim to hit back. 223
Football: Macca 'not for sale'. 139
Football: No room for error; BIG MATCH PREVIEW Sky Blues v Middlesbrough. 1127
Football: Racing's mission. 233
Football: Titterton set to return for Brakes cruncher; FOOTBALL: Preview of tomorrow's Non-League action. 217
Fuel help 'cold comfort' to OAPs, claim. 227
Hall's well that ends well. 162
Have a party - to help the tots; EVERYONE JOIN IN: Charity calls for massive effort to raise money for maternity aid. 271
Herbert ruled out. 308
Herbert still on sidelines. 269
Heroes' welcome for cup stars. 190
Heroes' welcome; FA CUP: Boro fans cheer the team as players attend a civic reception in their honour. 269
Honda's hunky new star is 4x4midable! 637
How to dance - Bollywood style; ARTS MELA: Chance to share in Asian culture. 233
Hughes goes on with his campaign. 98
I was a panto fan of Belgrade; CBI GUEST: Business boss extols the arts in visit to theatre. 360
I was just in the right place at the right time; HEROIC: Security guard saves man dangling 30ft up on top floor of car park. 384
If you haven't got Trust, you've got nothing; Rock. 218
In brief: CIU GAMES. 124
In brief: TUESDAY GAMES. 105
It's time to convert - or sit in the lap of luxury. 904
Jobcentre staff fight for own jobs; STRIKE ACTION: Union members say cuts will affect benefits claimants. 455
Latvian link to body found in city garden; MURDER: Police continue to question five people who came from Eastern Europe. 291
Latvian link to body in garden; MURDER: Police continue to question five people from Eastern Europe. 278
Letter: YourSay - City a guinea pig for Ikea. 152
Letter: YourSay - City of Infinite Spires; DailyPoem. 150
Letter: YourSay - Myth that elderly can't pay fuel bills. 198
Letter: YourSay - To The Point. 82
Letter: YourSay - To The Point. 103
Letter: YourSay - Tories have to pick up pieces. 216
Letter: YourSay: Bleak future for Lib Dems. 180
Letter: YourSay: Cup run has created bond between team and fans. 221
Letter: YourSay: Cup run has created bond between team and fans. 107
Letter: YourSay: Execution is a just penalty. 152
Letter: YourSay: No plans for parking meters. 91
Letter: YourSay: Stressful time on low benefit. 147
Looks to dial for ... 111
Man hurt after falling on to ring road. 98
Man hurt after leap on to ring road. 99
Man jailed for sex assaults on girls; COURT: Former councillor abused victims during hide-and-seek games. 255
McKervey all set for pro start. 92
Mind group praised for 'excellence' AWARD: Volunteers celebrate. 262
Mini-motorbike hit a police car. 435
Mix of music and politics on campus. 109
Motors: Chance for a dream drive. 139
Motors: COOL COUPE WITH EXCLUSIVE TOUCH; NEWS Peugeot 407 2.7 V6 HDi GT Coupe. 589
Motors: Don't let any tyre troubles leave you completely deflated; NEW COLUMNIST VICTORIA MACMILLAN-BELL LOOKS AT AVOIDING BREAKDOWN DRAMAS. 394
Motors: Insurance deal on the Honda Civic. 81
Motors: NEW DUKE LETS YOU CRUISE IN COMFORT; A genuine alternative to sportsbikes ROAD TEST KTM Super Duke. 527
Motors: New model is generous on lifestyle extras. 205
Motors: Quattro's racy new image. 480
Motors: Running costs for Ford are reduced. 146
Motors: Santa's coming again! 450
Motors: Seeing around corners. 141
Motors: Toyota's keeping the faith; ROAD TEST Toyota Yaris T3 1.0. 519
Motors: Tune into C4 for the fun factor; Lots of charm and none of those usual Gallic quirks. 391
Motors: Values of used cars 'will stay on road to recovery'. 234
My chick lit for girls has a spiritual side; NEW BOOK: Real-life mum with a fictional family. 233
MyNameis... 351
Off-duty police nab stolen-car driver. 173
Old favourite Lennon on the Leicester list; +++ BIG MATCH PREVIEW +++ BIG MATCH PREVIEW +++ BIG MATCH PREVIEW +++ BIG. 343
OnThisDay. 135
Organisation is essential for the reception. 193
Pipes and harp duo will Tickell music tastebuds; Folk. 309
Politics and music on the bill. 109
Pool: Kyle catches the eye with double triumph; NORTH WARWICKSHIRE SPORT: With Derek Brown. 770
pounds 100m jackpot prompts huge rush for tickets. 131
pounds 160,000 score by players; CASH KEEPS ROLLING IN: Fundraisers help provide a financial lifeline for George Eliot Hospital. 279
pounds 3,600 boost netted for soccer camps. 179
Pupils given vision of life with no sight; EXPERT TIPS: Blind grandad explains to children how he copes. 316
Racing: Opera's heading off for Aintree. 784
Rock god a des res our old cathedr; I WANT IT: Gene Simmons of kiss licked his lips when he saw city's. 390
Rock god sports a des res... city's old cathedral! 310
Rugby: Lions bolster second-row with Wasps import; RUGBY UNION: Looking ahead to tomorrow's league action. 226
Sky Blues to get a word from the Wise; +++ BIG MATCH PREVIEW +++ BIG MATCH PREVIEW +++ BIG MATCH PREVIEW +++ BIG. 203
SKY HIGH PLAN FOR THE BUTTS? Fears for the future of club. 373
SKY HIGH PLAN FOR THE BUTTS? The company that amazing building developing rugby - EXCLUSIVE. 337
Smoking ban backed. 191
SoundBites. 280
Staff in charity fun day. 94
StayingIn: Every dish a delight at Simla. 402
Stimpson cleared for Nuns debut. 292
Teenage driver in head-on smash with lorry. 197
Teenage gang in school robbery bid. 139
Thai killing: Appeal hope for family. 261
The ordinary people with famous names. 103
The World Tonight: Fresh calls over school reforms. 108
The World Tonight: Fruit and veg hailed as major lifesavers; HEALTH: New research highlights how diet can cut risk of stroke. 250
The World Tonight: Heart-rending film tops poll. 97
The World Tonight: Media under fire from Met chief. 141
TheBigMovie: A stark reminder of man's propensity for violence; MUNICH (15). 407
Therapy for pub smokers. 142
Top arena post won't be filled; RICOH: Three senior managers to share job between them. 342
TV antics a 'stupid stunt' say angry MPs; BIG BROTHER: Now voters urged to 'evict' Galloway from constituency. 302
TV hope for clues over Jack's death; RECONSTRUCTION: Teenager's last moments re-enacted for Crimewatch. 339
Vantastic! Now I can treat my pals; WINNER: Student scoops top prize in mobile phone promo. 344
WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU! Fans turn out to salute FA Cup heroes. 229
What an absolute stunner! VERDICT: We ask people in Coventry what they think of the latest Big Cat from Jaguar's designers. 584
What'sOn: Chaplin movies get the Davis sound. 200
What'sOn: DVDReview; CINDERELLA MAN (12A). 103
What'sOn: Jazzy shirts match the trad repertoire. 196
What'sOn: Johnstone milestone for the Blood Brothers mum. 472
What'sOn: LatestReleases. 264
What'sOn: RestaurantReview; THE Quicken Tree Restaurant and Bar, Heart of England Conference and Events Centre, Meriden Road, Chapel Green, Fillongley. Tel: 01676 543300. 717
What'sOn: StageWhispers. 191
What'sOn: WIN to see Roseanne Barr. 155
What'sOn: WIN; ... an exclusive Rumour Has It make-up bag and key-ring. 121
What'sOn: Your 60 SECOND guide to the week ahead. 672
You come first, patients told. 299
YourSay: Donations keep the ball rolling; News of the latest moves in the work to raise pounds 5 million for a new hospice for Coventry. 503
YourSay: PicOfThePast. 83

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