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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 13, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
Antiques anecdotes are worth an inspection. 215
Ashley's top tips for tap dancers. 167
Attacker sent back to prison for life; CROWN COURT: City man, 22, among three brothers sentenced for violence. 350
Attempted robbery. 84
Banning order on teenager. 85
Bid to tackle young vandals plaguing city; POLICE: New figures highlight scale of problem. 250
Bike Racing: Bees chasing perfect seven; SPEEDWAY: Former skipper Lee Richardson back at Brandon for the Hammers. 352
Boogie Nights gets sprinkling of Stardust; Theatre. 489
Boy hurt in fight. 132
BROTHERS JAILED OVER MEAT CLEAVER ATTACK; COURT: One man gets life sentence after weapon smashed into victim's head. 488
Brush Strokes. 131
Call to garden for common good. 169
Car vandals put Becky in a plight; VICTIMS: Dad's anger as disabled little girl's transport lifeline cut. 419
CATCH THE ACTION. 99
CCTV could hold clues to cricket coach's death. 152
Chance to get the facts. 172
Charity celebrates its 40th birthday. 145
Charity in bridal dress plea. 84
City teachers back call for day's strike. 311
City teachers back call for day's strike; CONFERENCE: Union delegates demand action over pay and rising workload. 380
Collection a real boost; News of the latest moves in the work to raise pounds 5 million for a new hospice for Coventry. 465
Collectors hope for support. 92
Concert to help others. 112
Conversion would give adults independence. 278
Cost fears over new holiday rules; Business Report LEGISLATION: Business leaders and unions disagree. 368
Court In Brief. 570
Cricket: Stroll as Sri Lanka hit top. 308
Daily Poems. 91
Daily Poems. 122
Dan to top musical line-up. 82
Diabetes fight gets cash lift; HEALTH: Government department awards project pounds 38,500. 252
Farm pets bank on creature comforts. 227
Farm pets bank on creature comforts. 174
Feel the heat with Barcelona's Jumpers; Jazz. 219
Festival pulls in big stars for summer fun; Folk. 335
Football: 'Brilliant' Acton earns applause from Boro boss; FOOTBALL: The latest news and views on the local non-league scene. 465
Football: Dowie's D-day for City stars; Boss decides on who stays next season and who goes. 488
Football: Dowie's D-day for city stars; Boss decides on who stays next season and who goes. 418
Football: Lilywhites lowdown; Big Match Preview. 859
Football: Page returns at sharp end with chance to impress; Coca Cola CHAMPIONSHIP Sky Blues v Preston North end. 839
Football: Premiership's fixtures plan for England. 219
Football: Spurs blown away by early strikes. 145
Football: Thomas: We can do it. 229
Free dog checks. 97
Gang attack man in park. 96
Gas firms with your cash on tap. 134
Get walking and boost hospice coffers; CHARITY: Plea for women to join team for special fundraising challenge. 280
Golden couple raise pounds 900 for hospital. 152
Harry: The boy who twice defied all odds; Born the size of a can of pop, doctors first said he had little chance of survival and, later, that he would be blind ... but just look at him now! 505
Hip-hop way to beat crime; POLICING: Support officer enlists help of rap band to get his message across. 390
Horse Racing: Horse-by-horse guide to the Aintree showpiece; RACING: Spotlight on tomorrow's Grand National. 2290
Hospital job fears as ward is closed. 460
HOSPITAL JOB FEARS AS WARD IS CLOSED; Nurses shocked by the news. 589
I'm pleased this fine hall will be rescued; HERITAGE: Bar/restaurant plan for historic building gets cautious welcome. 486
Ice Hockey: GB target the top three; ICE HOCKEY - THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. 428
In Brief: Teachers face school bullies; The World Today. 81
Invitation from the tax man; Business Report. 147
It never rains but it pours. 135
Jail for man on handling charges. 255
John exchanges wings for wheels; Cinema. 523
Join Dorothy on the road to adventure. 87
Karate kid and his dad are top dans; BLACK-BELT HONOURS: Presentation marks father and son's achievement. 275
Kate wears ring at Pete's gig. 97
Kate's landscaping work comes in to land; Art. 316
Latest Releases. 196
Letter: Your Say - Let's have a global debate. 129
Letter: Your Say - Memorials are not at risk. 282
Letter: Your Say - Stray golf balls are a danger. 183
Looking to get back to winning ways. 135
MATCH PACK; BUILDBASE BEES v ARENA-ESSEX LAKESIDE Brandon 8.00pm. 148
Memorial bench fee upsets widow; CREMATORIUM: Council accused of making money out of people's emotions. 417
Monster veg challenge for children. 126
Motors: A BALLET GOOD WAY TO DODGE THE WEATHER; ROAD TEST Volkswagen Eos Sport 2.0T. 495
Motors: A couple of cash savers. 185
Motors: A sound choice for Rolls-Royce art. 109
Motors: An updated workhorse with style. 411
Motors: Choosing a car that avoids resale minefield. 376
Motors: It's the return of the Avenger... FIRST DRIVE Dodge Avenger As a family car there are few complaints with the Avenger - but as was the case with the last model to bear the name in the UK, the Hillman Avenger of the 1980s, some features of the trim may not be to everyone's taste. 711
Motors: Kia plans a 4x4 two suit every purpose. 281
Motors: Little car that makes a big impression. 508
Motors: More buyers call a cab during March. 82
Motors: On track for a special day. 147
Motors: Phones ban has led to a new hazard; in association with Chevrolet. 375
Motors: Substance with Italian style; ROAD TEST Alfa Romeo Brera 2.4 JTDM SV 3dr. 566
MP to speak out for carers. 159
Odds On: City have the edge on form; in association with ... BET RESCUE.com. 349
Odds On: Don't bank on any cup upsets; in association with ... BET RESCUE.com. 384
One of Steve's songs... CRIMINAL? PART 1 (Don't hate the player - hate the game). 246
Party is a boost for Gemma memorial fund. 115
Pick of the day. 207
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Football League (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 89
Plan for sports hall to go on show. 148
Players rally round for Ian. 102
Please Mr Postman, deliver to me! COMPLAINT: Householder in new street wants to know why her mail is not arriving. 430
Police get new wheels. 179
Police issue fresh plea over cabbie robbery. 181
Pru marks 25 years as city's Lady Godiva; MILESTONE: Former beauty queen looks back on 'privilege' of playing the famous icon. 517
Raffle support for pub regular. 115
Ready to rule online gaming; Computer Games. 513
Rugby Union: Lions want to end with a flourish. 302
Rugby Union: Lions want to end with a flourish; RUGBY UNION: Preview of the weekend's action. 302
Rugby Union: Nuns looking to the future with selection; RUGBY UNION: Preview of the weekend's action. 253
Rugby Union: Who do you think is Cov's star player? 202
Sandra believes in equal play. 168
Shopkeeper threatened by gunman; ROBBERY BID: Armed police seal off area around post office as balaclava pair flee empty-handed. 339
Some frank talking in the centre circle; Stage. 139
Sound Bites. 228
SPECIAL TEAM CALLED IN TO TACKLE HOSPITAL SUPERBUG; Medical boss's stark warning: 'These infections do cause cause death'. 392
Stage Whispers. 101
Step out and enjoy city's parks. 209
Students take protest to No 10. 271
Sword and sorcery epic lacks firepower; DVD. 506
Talented brickie scoops award; Business Report. 235
Talk on plantsman. 134
Teacher who turned author dies, aged 70; OBITUARY: Family and former school in tribute to a man 'interested in everything'. Obituary 518
Teenagers rescue man from flat blaze; DRAMA: Babysitters pull man from burning home after spotting fire. 228
Telegraph: Comment - The moment of truth for superhospital. 174
The Enemy are fast making new friends. 292
The World Today: Croc shocker. 111
The World Today: Expensive to run, expensive to stop; MOTORING: Drivers forking out as car park prices soar. 339
The World Today: Net-surfing partygoers trash family home. 147
Town close to safety. 296
Town festival celebrates two musical greats; Classical. 420
Visits to country parks up. 128
Warwick's superbug hit squad. 180
Water bills nightmare for Derek; ... they keep pouring in to tune of pounds 9,000. 313
We're in pieces over way to better health! 364
WHAT A DIFFERENCE 30 YEARS MAKE! WEATHER PATTERNS: It was snowing for Easter in 1977... but this year, it's been hotter than the Costa del Sol. 538
What's On: A Deep Purple haze; Rock. 1310
What's On: Your 60 SECOND guide to the week ahead. Calendar 419
WIN Deep Purple CDs and DVDs. 181
WIN the chance to meet the Harlem Globetrotters. 283
WIN The Veteran on DVD. 242
Workers evacuated in bomb scare threat. 93
Your Life daily: Healing power of magnets. 515
Your Life daily: Is there a home remedy for you? Alternative healing week IT seems in this day and age we will try anything if it promises a cure - especially if it means not having to take any drugs. 941
Your Life daily: Patches that could have a beneficial effect on your lifestyle. 467

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