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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 26, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
A region of green spenders. 164
Arena overspend blow for taxpayers; STADIUM: City council looks set to take pounds 2.9m from reserves to pay for extra costs. 478
Bobby Dazzlers. 299
Boro target defender. 152
Bowls: County crash in Middleton Cup. 215
Bright time for little businesses. 87
Bring your own lunch. 111
BT boost for female engineers. 96
Cameron unveils bid for new Bill of Rights. 204
Canal walker's bag snatched. 89
Casino operators confirm merger talks. 147
Chance to take on famous pool ace. 152
Charles cashes in on Duchy. 136
Children primed for state of emergency. 127
City legal eagles snap up offices. 135
City return. 147
Court In Brief. 1056
CourtInBrief. 1057
Cricket: C&NW held at home; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE. 278
Cricket: England wait on injury worries; CRICKET: All the latest international, county and local news. 324
Cricket: England wait on injury worries; CRICKET: England latest plus County and local round-up. 220
Cricket: Favourites first in final line-up. 92
Cricket: Favourites first in final line-up. 92
Designs for life; INNOVATION: Technology boffins pick up coveted Rotary awards. 349
Driving tests under threat. 99
Fete attractions. 105
Football: 40 years of hurt... WORLD CUP 2006 +++ David Wardale's sideways look at Germany 2006 WAGS' influence begins to spread. 504
Football: Bears need a new goal. 506
Football: Becks: We won ugly; WORLD CUP 2006 +++. 657
Football: Early start to City's season. 282
Football: England labour on; WORLD CUP 2006 +++. 754
Football: FANS' PRAY ERS ANSWERED; WORLD CUP FEVER ++ Congregation sees game on church television. 623
Football: GERMANY UPDATE +++; WORLD CUP 2006 +++. 351
Football: GERMANY UPDATE; WORLD CUP 2006 +++. 600
Football: Joaquin set for start; WORLD CUP 2006 +++. 209
Football: New faces as Sky Blues return. 278
Football: Our best is yet to come; Eriksson confident of improvement after lacklustre win over Ecuador. 400
Football: Portugal fear double trouble; ++ WORLD CUP 2006. 407
Football: Rooney must start to fire on all cylinders; +++WORLD CUP 2006. 462
Football: Sven: Our best is yet to come; Eriksson confident of improvement despite lacklustre win over Ecuador. 415
Forum a centre of attention. 285
From barking bad to top dog. 419
Girl hurt in brick attack on car. 173
Girl injured after paving block thrown at car. 202
GIRL, 15, INJURED IN BRICK 1 ATTACK ON CAR; Police quiz teenage pair victim fights for life. 209
GIRL, 15, INJURED IN BRICK ATTACK ON CAR; ATTEMPTED MURDER: Teenager pair questioned by police. 254
Giving voice to the community. 249
Golf: Comeback king Casey thanks friends. 247
Good health! School gets a smoothie bar. 117
Holiday woman raped in Italy. 133
Home-owners are reassured. 334
Horse Racing: Alfie fits the bill for Swinbank's Irish plan; RACING: Today's news and views. 901
Horse Racing: Hurricane Run eased after defeat; RACING: Today's news and views. 503
Horse Racing: Les Arcs lands dream S victory for new trainer; RACING: Royal Ascot meeting rounded off with another fairytale ending. 1066
I don't know how we are going to cope; PLANNING: Couple 'frantic' after modifications to their home land them in court. 316
JAGUAR'S THE TOP CAT AT LE MANS; Audi supercars are upstaged in event's parade lap honours. 675
Joining forces for a good cause. 106
Joining forces for charity cause. 113
Keeping Africa in public eye. 118
Landlords warned of licence deadline. 182
Letter: Charlie's tackles would have curbed Rooney. 147
Letter: Last day for inner circle route. 122
Letter: My daily rush 'up the hill' to get school bus; NostalgiaExtra. 218
Letter: YourSay - Drivers can cross the line. 144
Letter: YourSay - Expansion plan too confusing. 263
Letter: YourSay - Give us back our local pub. 195
Letter: YourSay - I AGREE with recent correspondents. 150
Letter: Yoursay - Sport has lost true meaning. 202
Letter: YourSay - Strawberry theme will help charity. 204
Letter: YourSay - ToThePoint - MY loathing of the pernicious imposition. 98
Letter: YourSay - ToThePoint - REGARDING the report about putting tax. 101
Libraries to host health mornings. 133
MAN CRUSHED TO DEATH BY MINI DUMPER TRUCK; TRAGEDY: Warwickshire worker trapped under 15-tonne vehicle. 161
MaureenonMonday: Birthday present saw us travelling into the past. 607
Money on the table for new school buildings; EDUCATION: Government pledges cash to councils who show they are ready to spend. 288
Motor Racing: Bees debut for young Pole Hlib. 331
Motor Racing: Schu vows to go down fighting; FORMULA ONE: Alonso makes it four in a row in Canada. 411
Musical opportunity for stage-struck girls. 93
No go for parking plans near station; COUNCIL CALL: Development would be a nuisance to nearby residents. 356
Now this really is a walk on the wild side! 177
Oliver is a like a changed pooch. 395
Our playground is a fantastic place to stay fit and healthy. 323
Pauper's burial for baby Lilly; TRAGEDY: Victim may be buried without ever being identified. 334
Peugeot finds 607 reasons to compete in executive market; Forget your snobbery, this is an intelligent, elegant choice. 608
PicOfThePast. 91
Player Ratings; WORLD CUP 2006 +++. 360
Postal workers in strike threat. 159
pounds 53m robbery: Briton quizzed; CRIME: Police in Morocco hold man aged 26 pending extradition moves. 285
Pupils embrace the Bard's work; FESTIVAL: More than 70 schools take part in Shakespeare event. 390
Racing: COWGIRLS, WAITERS AND CAPED CRUSADERS... COVENTRY FUN RUN ++ ...All put on their training shoes for good causes! Words: Alan Harris. 620
Raising funds - Ascot style. 178
Reach for the skies. 388
Reduction in college drop-outs; EDUCATION: Bosses say more students finish courses. 360
Runners on target to boost fund; RACE FOR LIFE: City women raise thousands. 376
Runners on target to boost fund; RACE FOR LIFE: City women raise thousands. 373
Sale of high quality unit is sealed. 150
Shotgun bandits terrorise drinkers; ARMED HOLDUP: Robbers get away with a 'substantial amount of cash from pub. 404
SnapHappy. 81
Speedway: Wild-card Andersen the ace in home GP; SPEEDWAY: World Championship latest and Elite League preview. 693
Stabbed woman recovering. 108
Staying safe on the streets. 307
Students on fast track. 229
TeabreakTeasers. 140
Team building. 219
Teenager issued with ASBO. 96
Terrible tragedy - in our street; CRIME: Residents react in shock at attack on girl, 15. 256
The wonder of two; MEET father and son team Pete and Dean Allsopp - the hip grinding, rhinestone wearing duo with a penchant for impersonating the King. And with dad Pete hanging up his white jumpsuit, it's time for Dean to step in and continue the singing tradition. KAREN HAMBRIDGE reports. 729
These results have made us feel proud; COUNCIL: Staff's delight as ranking puts them among country's best. 452
This is fantastic for the children; SNOWBALL APPEAL: School thrilled at pounds 21,000 donation. 411
Top Class: Julia came for a term and ended up staying 20 years. 99
Top Class: Our school has a great deal of caring spirit. 204
Vangst die inbreker!*; GOING DUTCH: Police dog handlers brush up on language skills for new recruits. 449
Vet taking sting out of summer. 87
WATER RESULT! APPEAL: School thrilled at pounds 21,000 donation to hydrotherapy unit. 346
We love puzzles! 104
When sick pupils were allowed to sleep on the roof. 187
Winning school choir sings for VIP. 99
Your daily stars. 728
YourLife: Keep young and beautiful. 592
YourLife: Tried & Tested Hair masks. 430
YourLife: You can teach an old dog new tricks. 415
YourSay: DailyPoem - Old age. 99

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