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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 21, 2007)

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'Grudge' rail vandal jailed for 10 years. 638
'Honours' evidence handed in by police. 214
A driving force in beating crime. 218
Appeal by boat dwellers. 121
April showers? We're officially in a drought! WEATHER: After more than 15 days without rain, experts declare ... 422
Armed raid terror for woman and teenagers. 196
Baby decision isn't wise; STREET Television BABY blues is hitting Coronation Street's Eileen Grimshaw as she plots to run away with baby Holly rather than hand her back to biological mum Emma. TV writer MARION McMULLEN finds out how actress Sue Cleaver copes with the emotional plot twist. 955
Boat dwellers go to appeal. 136
BOBBES ON BUSES; CRIME: Uniformed officers to 'ride shotgun' in crackdown on nuisance passengers. 330
Bobbies to go by bus. 121
Books. 651
Centre's fear for missing man, 44. 156
Country Walks: River walk is for all abilities. 453
Cricket: Bears lack the ruthless streak. 428
Cricket: Moores ready to step into breach. 182
Cyrille Regis at charity dinner. 151
Dad's tragic death at 43; OBITUARY: Twin sister's tribute to punk rock fan. Obituary 244
Dancers put on a show for summer camp fund; EVENT: 50 performers step out in ballet, modern and street dance extravaganza. 321
Fast-food workers join in litter takeaway. 99
Fight on to save city post office; CLOSURE: MP seeks meeting with national boss. 664
Football: A whole new ball game at the Ricoh. 572
Football: Collin's rough ride. 642
Football: DARIO GRADI. 138
Football: Fletcher's call to arms. 205
Football: Iain Dowie and Tim Flowers. 94
Football: Sky Blues are on a health kick; SKY BLUES. 241
Football: Starting with a blank sheet! Sky Blue DAVID WARDALE'S TONGUE-IN-CHEEK TAKE ON THE CITY WEEK. 476
For England and St George - fly the flag; St George's Day PATRON SAINT: Patriotic call for a public holiday. 266
Go back in time for great English menus; Food. 1021
Hunt for driver after man hurt. 120
In Brief: Wage rise boost. 81
It doesn't take a player to spot a play-actor! 1013
It's vital that we support City Farm; CAMPAIGN: Teacher backs the fight. 384
John Major's brother dies. 145
Joshua's design to stop crime. 293
Knife, fork... but no gavel. 125
Laptops and booze in haul. 81
Last-ditch attempt to save school; EDUCATION: Residents urged to back fight. 291
Letter: Your Say - Bill for EU not worth paying. 200
Letter: Your Say - Frustrating wait for appointment. 179
Letter: Your Say - Learn how to be a lip-reader. 118
Letter: Your Say - Square could do with lick of paint. 103
Letter: Your Say - We seem to be a nation obsessed with culling. 215
Man who swallowed cocaine is sent to jail. 160
Maude revs up Tory battle. 149
McTV; What's hot and what's not on the box... 279
Menus - to me they're food for the imagination. 570
Motor Racing: Colin closing in on glory. 228
Motor Racing: Matt aims at big guns. 759
MUM AND TEENAGERS IN BURGLARY TERROR; Masked men burst into house. 328
OUR LITTLE PONY! 'TOY' HORSE : 31-inch high Kilcummer makes a big hit in London's Harrods store. 506
Pet SOS: In Brief; (These and many more homeless dogs can be found at Dogs Trust, Honiley, near Kenilworth). 304
Pick of the day. 205
Prize to send milkman on a float - cruising! ++ GOOD NEIGHBOUR ++ Good Neighbour Awards LOVELL Coventry Telegraph Whitefriars HOUSING GROUP. 345
Rugby Union: Lions licking their wounds. 290
Rugby Union: Nuns' director makes it a happy ending. 345
Rugby Union: Try king Kurt puts himself in the running. 384
Smacking children in city stores. 83
Speedway: Bees shrug off setback. 267
Speedway: Carl back for the Comets. 204
Speedway: Fixture clash sparks row. 341
Speedway: Straight back to winning ways; Bees see off Belle Vue after midweek disappointment. 454
Store closure shock; RELOCATION: Workers' anger after designer clothing outlet announces plans to move. 354
Sunday: Pick of the day. 225
Take a walk on the wild side; Family Day Out TWYCROSS ZOO. 534
Talk to mark Eliot milestone. 196
The layman's guide to hens; Home & Garden. 671
The pecking order of eggs. 103
Trucker jailed for pounds 2.5m cocaine run; CROWN COURT: Father-of-three gets 12 years for Channel Tunnel smuggling attempt. 300
We deserve a pounds 4m pat on the back. 284
We're all rooting for Julie tomorrow; LONDON MARATHON: Nurse will be raising money for hospital unit where she works. 278
WIN Tickets to racing at Silverstone. 232
Woolmer inquest put on hold. 198
Your Shout: Don't fine pupils who won't stay on. 501

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