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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 6, 2006)

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'Worrying' injury toll. 108
A British classic with fun for all the family; Holiday At Home Neil Elkes dicovers there is more to Norfolk than boating. 771
A good health plea to parents; SCHOOLS: Children should bring packed lunch - head. 236
Allelys in it for the long haul with pounds 1/2 m deal. 239
Archery: Bronze medal for Folkard. 90
Athletics: Top teen stars get chance to shine. 315
Back the fight for the Eliot - MP. 142
Bands compete for pounds 5,000 prize. 173
Benfield's homes hat-trick in Rugby. 306
Bite-sized tips for marketing. 108
Bobby Dazzlers. 280
Bogus landlords who rent properties they don't own. 223
Boxing: McCluskey has learned his lesson; BOXING: City fighter gets chance to perform in front of home crowd. 345
Boxing: Troubled Harrison goes on defensive. 332
Building on solid foundations. 326
Capital accommodation for a short London break. 479
CATCH THE ACTION; Live International Football (Sky Sports 3, 8.00pm). 89
Chance to air hospital concerns. 152
Chance to join conservation work party. 92
Chase drama after car smash. 127
Clampdown on 'sickies' COUNCIL: New bid to get to root of absenteeism. 328
Clampdown on 'sickies' culture; COUNCIL: New bid to get to root of absenteeism. 328
Conmen take pounds 840 in fencing repair con. 133
Court In Brief. 918
Court summons upset me so much; Widow tells of council tax wrangle. 332
Cricket: England still can't find winning formula; CRICKET: Drama galore as Paklistan skipper Inzamam leads his side to victory. 598
Cricket: Jefferson signs on for Notts; CRICKET: Drama galore as Paklistan skipper Inzamam leads his side to victory. 197
Cricket: Middlesex in trouble again. 167
Cricket: Sick Trescothick will miss ICC showdown; CRICKET: England opener pulls out of tournament in India and aims to be fit in time for the Ashes tour. 627
Cricket: TV shots put Shoaib on spot; CRICKET: Drama galore as Paklistan skipper Inzamam leads his side to victory. 171
Cycling: Ives claims 55th title. 318
Devon heaven for families; Holiday At Home Mark Radford and his family discovered the joys of a holiday lodge break. 525
DISPUTE SPARKS POST STRIKE FEARS; Workers to be balloted over industrial action. 333
Don't worry over delay in mandatory deposit protection. 507
Explosion at sub station adds to problems. 223
Explosion at sub station adds to problems. 243
Families left fuming by power cuts; BLACKOUTS: Hundreds of pounds of frozen food thrown out as electricity goes off. 417
Final farewell to tragic Chantal; REQUIEM: Hundreds expected to attend funeral of young woman found dead in flat. 176
Five are held in estate purge. 186
Football: Blenkinsopp makes case for inclusion. 252
Football: Boys get bye in Trophy. 213
Football: How no news turned into good news on day of deadline drama. 713
Football: Hughes kept in reserve by City. 363
Football: Kyle injury rocks City; Striker 50/50 for Norwich clash. 310
Football: McClaren backs wide pair to make difference; FOOTBALL: All the latest Sky Blues, international and non-league news. 369
Football: McClaren is ready for hot reception. 234
Football: Sanchez positive. 104
Football: Scott puts Stratford through. 365
Football: Toshack protects his asset. 128
Football: Triallists on show. 204
Football: Trinidad duo boost for Adams. 171
Free course to walk taller. 99
Free Disney book for every reader! STARTING NEXT WEEK - A FANTASTIC BOOK OFFER YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS It's the start of a set for you to collect for only pounds 3.50 each. 209
Fuel bill going through the roof. 357
Generous donation in memory of Kate; FUNDRAISER: A year on, churchgoers mark popular teenager's death. Obituary 489
Golf: Day when Mickelson paid the price; Phillip Price v Phil Mickelson, The Belfry 2002. 349
Golf: Woosnam gets full backing from Garcia; GOLF: War of words subsides after Bjorn is fined for his outburst over Ryder Cup team. 568
Grandad will make great idea happen; BROADGATE: Young family members support plan for memorial plinth. 406
Handset's handy for travellers. 211
Homes blacked out by sub station explosion. 81
Horse Racing: Your Top Tipsters. 121
Hospital finally stubs out the smokers; SMOKING BAN: Symbolic gesture to help shake off unhealthy image. 355
How many more people will die? CAMPAIGN: Widow backs calls for action to slow drivers on killer road. 483
Ice Hockey: Ndur ready to tough it out for Blaze; ICE HOCKEY: Rumun prepares to test league's new zero tolerance policy on fighting. 430
Inside Your. 80
Job changes bring postal strike fears; BALLOT CALL: Union says move is against agreement. 312
Killing 'was to cover pounds 30 debt' COURT: Juror breaks down at photo of bloodstains in victim's flat. 407
Last cigarette bites the dust at hospital; SMOKING BAN: Symbolic gesture as officials work to shake off unhealthy image. 324
Launch of PS3 put off until next year. 126
Lawn Tennis: Murray bidding to get back on track. 287
Letter: Your Say - Battlefields visit. 92
Letter: Your Say - Let them all rest in peace. 118
Letter: Your Say - Simple step to help squirrels. 101
Letter: Your Say - Thank you, our miracle workers. 111
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 90
Letter: Your Say - Well done to county inspectors. 124
Letters Special: You gave us so much, Steve, we're really going to miss you; Visitors to our website www.iccoventry.co.uk have been paying tribute to Australian crocodile hunter and naturalist Steve Irwin, who was this week killed by a stingray as he filmed an underwater documentary. 745
Log on for a professional decorator. 120
LUXURY DETACHED; ++ PROPERTY OF THE WEEK ++. 343
Make it a day to remember; Holiday park's pink elephant is celebrating her birthday. 216
Motor Cycling: Haydon back on Suzuki. 102
Motor Racing: World beater Smith; STOCK CARS. 237
MOVIES. 672
MP urges good turnout. 191
New face of Hawkins -; Embracing the future, committed to established values. 415
New home owners get some help from Laurence's design kit. 706
NINETEENTH CENTURY TOWNHOUSE. 265
Officials can hold fire for valid reason. 193
On This Day. 110
Pick of the day. 181
PICK OF THE DAY; Live International Football (Sky Sports 3, 4.00pm). 108
Plea for witnesses to crash. 106
Plea to drinkers who saw fight. 83
Plus FREE ...Sky Blues nostalgia print; FOOTBALL nostalgia WEEK. 128
Police put on extra patrols; CRIME: Troubled neighbourhood. 409
Police recover stolen Merc. 159
POSTAL STRIKE FEAR FOR CITY; Workers to be balloted over industrial action. 316
Postal strike fears. 242
Pub staff in raid terror. 116
Ricoh's reputation paying dividends; B2B MIDLANDS: Rising profile set to boost exhibitors and visitors to event. 244
Rugby League: Korkidas gets all clear. 92
Rugby Union: RFU back Cov claim for action; RUGBY UNION: Coach upbeat about side's title chances after opening day victory. 194
Rugby Union: Umaga: Premier race wide open; RUGBY UNION: Coach upbeat about side's title chances after opening day victory. 451
Rugby Union: Youngsters make it a happy return for Jeffrey. 333
Save our jobs appeal. 154
SEMI-DETACHED BUNGALOW. 152
SEMI-DETACHED DORMER. 197
SEX SHOP FOR CITY CENTRE; SHOCK: Campaigning vicar is outraged by the application. 339
Slimmer mum gets a proper hug at last; DIET: Michelle sheds eight stone after getting a grim warning from her doctor. 582
Specials memories wanted. 106
Staff in pub raid terror. 116
Street brawl witnesses urged to come forward. 126
Summer school success. 126
Take your partners for the last Blitz Ball; FUNDRAISER: Dance event dating back 18 years set to end as organiser bows out. 332
Talent search. 83
THANKS FOR YOUR HELP... Police praise 'strong-knit' community for positive response after gang fights. 409
The World Tonight: Blair 'to quit as leader' by next May. 198
The World Tonight: Blair 'to quit as leader' by next May. 177
The World Tonight: Hong Kong one way for pounds 75. 138
The World Tonight: Mum, 51, stabbed to death in street; MURDER HUNT: Frenzied attack on woman as she walked to work. 325
The World Tonight: Nissan's new model opens door to 200 jobs. 157
The World Tonight: Pilots' strike threat lifted. 97
The World Tonight: Top music award for the Arctics. 125
The World Tonight: Woman murdered in the street; MURDER HUNT: Frenzied knife attack on mum as she walked to work. 328
The World Tonight: Woolworth stores 'may be reduced'. 173
THESE VANDALS HAVE NO RESPECT; ATTACK: Church left picking up pounds 4,000 bill after windows smashed. 325
THREE-BEDROOMED SEMI. 170
Top golfers urged to help cancer children; FUNDRAISER: Pub regulars bid to recruit professionals for charity match day. 301
Touch of glory for community; ENVIRONMENT: Allotment work gets a neighbourhood award. 407
Two cars a day falling victim to city satnav thieves; Don't leave expensive kit in your car, urge police. 352
Two incidents in 36 hours - but there's no link. 92
Vandals cost church pounds 4,000. 316
We're after an indie DJ with real flair; MUSIC: Nightspot throws out a challenge to fill its new Friday late slot. 351
Welcome to Las Vegas-on-Sea; Great Escape. 916
Why Lloyd should be remembered. 101
Widow backs bid to slow traffic. 280
WIN ... tickets to see Coventry City; spot THE BALL? 331
Your Say: Daily Poem; A 'New' Foleshill Road. 217

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