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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 30, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
'Disabled parking charge could be against the law' EVENING TELEGRAPH CAMPAIGN HOSPITAL: Union lodges formal grievance with bosses over issue. 504
After 10 years Cracker's shoe still Fitz Robbie; Television TV's top criminal psychologist Edward Fitzgerald returns to crack more crime. 447
Agbonlahor stakes claim. 195
Ask The Family. 381
Bad sign leads to fire crews being called out. 120
Balloons signal a double for school; EDUCATION: Delight as technology college gains specialist status in languages. 331
Big C could be just capital for youngsters! 223
Big plans for area around station approved. 179
Bishop Street closure news fuels PO unrest; STRIKE THREAT: Unions say tensions are running high. 296
Books: BIOGRAPHY. 117
Books: FANTASY. 96
Books: TRAVEL. 171
Bus firm up for award. 96
CAR FUMES ARE KILLING OUR KIDS; Shocking truth about deadly exhaust gases. 325
City welcomes more than 6,000 freshers. 260
Disney books for just pounds 3.50; SUPER BOOK OFFER. 313
Doodles could win a trip to the USA. 110
Fears over jobs as store quits warehouse. 291
First fine given for street litter; CLEAN-UP: Smoker who dropped fag end targeted in council crackdown. 391
Football: A star is born as Stern takes spotlight; Sky BIue Saturday A TONGUE-IN-CHEEK LOOK AT COVENTRY CITY - WITH DAVID WARDALE. 692
Football: Last chance to get your name in Jim's new book. 119
Football: Oh brother where art thou? 117
Football: Page gets priorities straight. 341
Football: Scott's in from the cold. 295
Football: We need help to build on our first victory; FOOTBALL: Appeal for coach. 258
Football: When Coventry flew the flag... 275
Four held in sat-nav sting. 108
Four men arrested in sat-nav 'sting'. 258
Free tickets for folk showcase. 96
Fury over police no-show; MINI-MOTORBIKES: Dad's call about youths tearing up park brought no response. 361
Get appetite for celebration; Food GIVE your taste buds a real treat this week and try some new and different award-winning foods. ANN EVANS finds out what is happening during British Food Fortnight, visiting a top deli in Earlsdon and also talking to the owner of the city's 'golden' restaurant. 390
Helen Legh Unplugged; To nag or not to nag - it's a sticky question! 562
ICE HOCKEY Thommo has Olympic aim. 257
ICE HOCKEY: Get some therapy! 172
ICE HOCKEY: Too early to press panic button. 503
In Brief. 397
Inside Your Evening Telegraph. 80
KILLED ON HERWAY HOME FROM BINGO; TRAGEDY: Family's tribute to Betty who died in crash. 358
Letter: Your Say - Elderly had to stand all the way. 234
Letter: Your Say - Grave memento no passing fad. 210
Letter: Your Say - My disgust at people's attitude to disabled; HOSPITAL PARKING CHARGES OUTRAGE. 314
Letter: Your Say - My disgust at people's attitude to disabled; HOSPITAL PARKING CHARGES OUTRAGE. 132
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 92
Love him or hate him, this is Moyles. 169
McTV; What's hot and what's not on the box... 228
Meditate and learn to relax. 121
Men don't like to be driven by 'moody' women. 96
Motormouth DJ Moyles will lead our karaoke gig; SING ALONG: Top Radio One personality is likely to attract a sell-out crowd to popular city venue. 437
New homes row to go to public inquiry. 106
Nostalgia: Rugger club's golden memories; A LOOK BACK AT THE SPORTS TEAMS OF YESTERYEAR. 232
On this Day. 117
On This Day. 113
OnThisDay. 94
Parents lose out to phones. 83
Petrol prices fall to 2005 levels. 140
Planes to join military exercise. 194
Plants thriving from 200-year-old seeds. 237
Police swoop blacks out pirate station; RAID: Months of surveillance ends broadcasts which disrupted TV reception. 455
pounds 20million HQ gets a royal seal of approval; PRINCESS VISIT: Bosses at new AGCO centre at Stoneleigh welcome a VIP guest. 406
PUTTING ON A CHARITY BREW; WORLD'S BIGGEST COFFEE MORNING BIG-HEARTED fundraisers across Coventry and Warwickshire supped a cuppa yesterday in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning. In just three hours, hundreds and thousands of pounds was raised for Macmillan Cancer Support as mugs were raised, cakes were sold and raffles held, all for a worthy cause. Sandish Shoker reports. 658
Ricoh art challenge for city schools. 116
RUGBY UNION: Feet in both camps. 785
RUGBY UNION: Nuns upping their regime. 297
RUGBY UNION:Tommy takes his chances. 224
Saturday's: Pick of the day. 220
Shirocco to lift Arc. 89
Sky Blue Andy takes it as read. 824
Speedway: Scott faces best in the business... 386
Stroll through three villages; Country Walks KINETON TO BUTLERS MARSTON - 4 miles, Map 206 Explorer. 486
Sunday's: Pick of the day. 213
Take your pick and grow a tree; Gardening IT'S time to make the most of our wonderful local trees by joining in Seed Gathering Season. ANN EVANS finds out what you can do to appreciate our natural habitat-from collecting seeds and berries to enjoying a walk in the woods. 278
The building blocks of fun; Family Day Out LEGOLAND WINDSOR. 619
This must not be allowed to happen again; BULLYING CASE: New head calls for robust complaints system. 402
Turmeric Gold on hot streak. 217
We dig volunteering! 126
Weekly Recipe. 202
Why Mrs 'Fitz' won't crack under the strain; Television. 395
WIN passes to Walsall Illuminations. 130
WIN cookery session with chef James Martin. 264
WIN The chance to fly the flag for England at the Ricoh Arena... 353
Young Tom's Head start. 170
Your daily stars. 661
Your Shout: Should our schools block social networking websites? 483

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