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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 4, 2006)

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999 crews saved us in nick of time; ARSON ATTACK: Victims hail emergency services over their 'lucky escape' from house fire. 325
A hill walk to raise funds for research. 104
All aboard for a tour by charabanc; HERITAGE: Step back in time with a county archaeology project or by taking a nostalgic journey. 134
Angling: From canal to commercial; ANGLING: Latest news from the local scene. 648
BOXING: Ricky's dream; BOXING: British hero Hatton aims to conquer the United States. 486
City centre to get a new hotel. 95
City council backing for employment show. 152
Commando raid is set to pay dividends. 326
Court In Brief. 866
Cricket: Bell goes early as Bears find it hard; CRICKET: Champions take charge of Trent Bridge showdown. 483
Cyclist, 78, suffers head injury. 84
Dave to share inspiration with scouts. 98
Drama as fire ravages house; BLAZE: Woman's desperate bid to tackle flames with a hose. 371
Final say on city academy scheme. 259
Football: Eriksson waits on Rooney verdict. 230
Football: Hoddle stays as Wolves boss. 216
Football: Macca's hat-trick; Striker lifts three gongs at Sky Blues awards evening. 400
Football: Macca: I want to stay; +++ SKY BLUES AWARDS NIGHT +++. 592
Football: Marton gets the perfect present; SKY BLUES AWARDS NIGHT +++ SKY BLUES. 359
Football: McClaren set for England. 249
Football: McClaren set for top job; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 218
Football: Savage hails Rovers finish. 150
Football: Wenger wants Gunners and Spurs in Europe. 177
Fresh plea in probe into attack. 274
Garden helps me deal with my grief; TRAGIC DEATH: When Neula Graham's daughter died suddenly, she knew what she had to do. 302
Get there in the evening. 87
Girls urged to get writing to help keep up morale. 198
Golf: Portugal trek is under way. 282
Golf: STONELEIGH DEER PARK juniors hosted the Warwickshire. 133
Golf: STONELEIGH DEER PARK juniors hosted the Warwickshire. 126
Golf: Woosnam's close up on Broady; GOLF: European Tour lands in Italy plus the latest local news form around the clubs. 417
Goodbye to all my special children; RETIREMENT: Pat hailed for her 'passion' over learning needs. 310
Helpline set up to assist elderly. 115
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO AIM STILL HIGHER; It's the jobs show with something for everyone. 224
Horror of cabbie slashed across the face for just pounds 26; 'I could have bled to death'. 430
Horse Racing: Sergeant Cecil in prime condition for York challenge; RACING: Latest news from the stables. 429
Horse Racing: Washington set to rule, claims Fallon. 873
How's this for starters for Snowball? CHARITY: Community-minded boss of new restaurant aims to raise pounds 15,000 over next six months. 313
I walked away from test crash; NARROW ESCAPE: Pilot tells of problems which caused flipover. 298
Interest rate 'unlikely to change'. 139
It's the hottest day of the year - enjoy it; HELLO SPRING: Miss Coventry cashes in on sunshine, but asthma sufferers on alert. 302
Jesus Centre celebrates. 88
Join us to unearth history beneath your feet; HERITAGE: Step back in time with a county archaeology project or by taking a nostalgic journey. 264
Letter: CITY have made great progress this season. 98
Letter: CREDIT to Micky Adams for the work. 132
Letter: I ALWAYS had confidence. 83
Letter: IN NOVEMBER everything was doom. 107
Letter: Your Say - Bus service is a disgrace. 271
Letter: Your Say - Circus no place for animals. 252
Letter: Your Say - Crazy about youngsters' foot-tapping musical. 173
Letter: Your Say - Keeping search in the family. 204
Letter: Your Say - Please park considerately. 223
Letter: Your Say - The high price of modernism. 271
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 91
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 91
Little Synayde's litter brigade! SPRING CLEAN: Proud youngster proves everyone can help in community spruce-up. 365
Live & Loud: Afterburner turn up the heat at the Jailhouse; LIVE MUSIC: Young band rock city centre venue. 134
Man, 22, in court over body dumped in garden; CRIME: Police still trying to identify victim four months after grisly discovery in woman's back yard. 328
Meningitis took our little ray of sunshine; Family's warning to parents. 119
More than 30 fall victim to cards scam; CASH MACHINES: Police urge people to be wary after bank accounts are plundered. 305
Motor racing: Bees claim Shield honour. 188
Motor Racing: Raikkonen is looking for happy anniversary; FORMULA ONE: McLaren gear up for 600th Grand Prix. 404
No excuse not to cast your vote; Comment. 171
Nostalgia: Jacqueline followed mum into class at Holbrook Lane. 344
Now I know how the ref feels! 273
Older and wiser - mature people can be valuable employees. 176
OnThisDay. 88
Our Little Wish is proving a big hit; SHOPS: Couple expand designer children's wear chain. 334
Outlook is good for charity run. 125
Party time for Amy - aged 100; BIRTHDAY: Staff organise celebration. 248
Peugeot workers to mount new protest. 204
Peugeot workers to mount new protest. 179
Plea over armed raid at city pub. 161
PM's advisers at city talks on young people. 113
Points on the way to success. 216
Questions and answers to get you to the show. 261
Reward offer after store raid. 107
Robbery store puts up pounds 10,000 reward; SHOP TERROR: Police probe possible links with other raids by armed gangs in area. 367
SHOW THAT COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE; And here's how to make the most of it. 408
Speedway: Captain Scott swings Bees' Shield success; SPEEDWAY: Coventry squeeze to aggregate glory at Kirkmanshulme Lane IT HAPPENED THIS DAY. 649
Store row goes to John Prescott; PLANNING: Decision on proposals for key site expected in July. 317
Support group aims to help anxious parents. 218
TARGETED... A Vauxhall Signum like the one taken by carjackers from outside the home of a Warwick woman yesterday.: WOMAN IN GUN CARJACK TERROR; RAID DRAMA: Victim threatened by armed, hooded robbers. 294
Taxi driver's face slashed by thugs. 140
Teabreak Teasers. 169
The JD in battle of the band names. 762
TheatreReviews: Two different shows are both worth catching. 367
TheWorldTonight: Hunt ends for stolen body. 161
TheWorldTonight: Mine rescue bid goes on. 81
TheWorldTonight: Plotter spared' death penalty' SEPTEMBER 11: Former British student jailed for life. 303
Together we can help lift the spirits of our boys in Iraq; REGIMENT'S WISHES: We'll send the Hussars special. 202
Too risky to go it alone. 84
Tribute band get it on for fundraiser in good cause. 276
Twin town honour for former teacher. 221
Unearth history beneath your feet; HERITAGE: Step back in time with a county archaeology project. 261
University unions' boycott set to go on; EDUCATION: Deadlock as staff reject call for normal work before talks. 365
Vandals target centre again. 112
We can't wait to be models for Thomas; FUNDRAISER: Tots take to the catwalk to help pal's memorial appeal. 454
We can't wait to be models for Thomas; FUNDRAISER: Tots take to the catwalk to help pal's memorial appeal. 387
We were helpless as our brave little Paige lost her fight for life; MENINGITIS: Family speaks out to warn other parents after tragic death of fun-loving toddler. 675
We're aiming to go all the way to top! CLIMB: Team leader Gary rallies the troops for scouts fundraiser. 439
Woman tackles fire with hosepipe. 128
Woman's carjack terror. 146
Workers plan fresh protests. 174
Your daily stars. 837
Your Say: MeandMyPet... 226
Your Say: PicOfThePast. 87
Your Say: Snap Happy. 186
YourRights. 480

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