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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 17, 2006)

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'It's not so much a job as a way of life' QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY HONOURS++. 165
...And then there were eight! RESCUED: One moment sanctuary boss has one ferret on his hands, the next she's identified as a rare, wild polecat and has given birth to seven little kits. 349
A room with a view ... and not a lot else! PROPERTY: There's no loo, no kitchen - but old BT station is attracting lots of interest. 438
And then there were eight ... 223
And then there were eight ... 174
AskTheFamily. 473
Attractive mix of woods and water; CountryWalks HATTON LOCKS to GROVE PARK 4 1/2 miles Map 221 Explorer. 436
Battle it out with history's heroes; Computer Games. 479
BINLEY WOODS. 299
Bobby Dazzlers. 276
Bowls: Burdett's bid. 100
Cricket: Ace Keedy spins Bears to defeat. 410
Cricket: Warwicks in fresh bid to recruit bowler. 396
CRIME. 200
DailyPoem. 135
Darts: Harris lands precious first crown. 327
Dip into chocolate heaven; FamilyDayOut CADBURY WORLD, BOURNVILLE, BIRMINGHAM. 535
Early years centre wins praise. 127
Fish die in the hot weather. 136
Fish oil pills 'no substitute for good food'. 146
Football: Argentina lay down World Cup marker. 116
Football: Confidence key for Owen; GameOn World Cup. 772
Football: GERMANY UPDATE. 461
Football: Gerrard: We must improve. 166
Football: Jets facing a stern test; AMERICAN FOOTBALL. 126
Football: Messi's message. 134
Football: Michael's misery. 401
Football: Mikkel can be hit with City's fans. 553
Football: Vindicated Sven over the Roon! 417
Football: Ward: I'll do a job for City; New signing can't wait to start. 538
Football: Yorke: Only best will do for England. 174
Golf: European duo chase US glory. 267
Gordon puts on his Sunday best for a family lunch. 308
HelenLegh unplugged. 547
Help to identify mystery team photo. 190
HOUSE USED AS DRUG FACTORY. 342
How to negotiate the E-number minefield. 97
InBrief. 136
It's wonderful, says Rolf; QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY HONOURS++. 170
Letter: YourSay - I WENT with my husband. 146
Letter: YourSay - Leave precious Wedge alone. 163
Letter: YourSay - Paramedics did a great job. 176
Letter: YourSay - THE gig was great, although the sound mix for the first band. 106
Letter: YourSay - Tories have the voters' backing. 192
Man sent to jail over attack at bus stop; COURT: Victim was kicked in the head. 253
MAXSTOKE CASTLE. 246
McTV; What's hot and what's not on the box... 259
Motor Racing: Bees closing in on new recruit. 486
Motor Racing: Confident Scott skips the Grand Prix qualifiers. 302
Motor Racing: Jamie's aiming to win back lost power. 921
Motor Racing: Pratt mourns the 'Miracle Doctor'. Obituary 294
Motor Racing: Racing delighted as Jose takes over. 435
Motor Racing: Roo-Boy sets pace for Bees. 545
MPs give Ricoh casino fight a new direction. 259
NATIONAL REFERENCE. 203
New Zealand trip is inspiration for novel. 265
No daff way to raise pots of cash! 210
Parking fine stuns Ricoh neighbour; Permit-holder Mary vows not to pay up. 449
Pet SOS. 111
Pool: City star Darren's in with shot at a fortune. 174
pounds 4,000 to be won with WORLD CUP Bingoal; YOUR CHANCE TO PLAY GREAT NEW FOOTBALL BINGO GAME... 282
pounds 4,000 to be won with; YOUR CHANCE TO PLAY GREAT NEW FOOTBALL BINGO GAME... 302
PRESCRIPTION FOR DISASTER; HEALTH: MP claims no one knows costs of hospital shakeup decision. 422
PROBE INTO MAN'S DEATH; INQUIRY: 32-year-old found dead after being quizzed about assault. 223
QUOTES OF THE WEEK. 429
Regional round-up; QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY HONOURS++. 455
ROMANCE. 129
Rugby Union: Packing in fun. 191
Science under the microscope. 199
Star Profile: Dead-pan comedian's a stand-up guy. 284
Stripping bus driver wins royal approval; QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY HONOURS++. 364
Through; YOU can't beat strolling around a beautiful garden in summer. So if you are looking for an escape from the World Cup or just want to take in some local beauty, try one of the fabulous displays open to the public from this weekend. ANN EVANS investigates two contrasting sets of gardens on offer. Homes&Gardens GARDENING DIARY. 360
Thumbs up for healthy meals; FOOD manufacturers are constantly coming up with new additive-free foods especially for children, but they still have to pass the ultimate test - they need to taste good for the kids to eat them. We asked some youngsters to try a couple of new products aimed specifically at them. ANN EVANS reports. 444
TopAttractions. 431
TV COMPANION. 139
Vic reveals his real side; Books AUTOBIOGRAPHY. 483
Villagers open up. 90
Waxing a shade too lyrical on the Brazilians; THE LAST WORD. 716
WE WANT YOUR MOBILE PHONE PICTURES! 92
WE'VE ALL GOT WORLD CUP FEVER! THE England team may be stuttering but our readers are firing on all cylinders in their support for the World Cup. Families across Coventry and Warwickshire have been getting into the footie party spirit and sending us their photos. Here's a selection of their snaps. 826
WE'VE GOT PLENTY TO CHEER ABOUT; ++ SCHOOLS SPORTS DAY. 417
Weekly Recipe; Summer chipolatas and avocado crush. 164
Will Ramsay get his just desserts? DON'T ask Gordon Ramsay to do the washing up or you might get an earful of colourful language. TV writer MARION McMULLEN finds out what's heating up in the kitchen as the former Warwickshire student returns with a new series of The F Word. 521
WIN ...Christmas party night at the Ricoh Arena; arena EVENTS. 477
Wine; Wine expert Bill Raftery's top tips for tasting and wines of the week... 271
Your daily stars with. 855
YourPets. 568
YourShout: Metal detector could trigger other problems; POLICE took an airport-style metal detector to a Coventry secondary school for the first time this week in the latest bid to crack down on knife culture in the city. No weapons were found. Checks at other schools are to follow. LUCY LYNCH asked pupils from Lawrence Sheriff School in Rugby what they thought of the idea. 631

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