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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 11, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'Becks' all set to launch youth festival. 85
'Becks' is all set to launch youth festival. 113
999 teams let their hair down. 147
A holiday's not a holiday unless you get away; HelenLegh unplugged. 593
Add a movie twist to your house; THIS year has seen a fair few blockbuster movies released - it seems our love affair with the flicks has been reignited. And with the licensing bandwagon still rolling on, there is a whole host of film-related goodies you can treat yourself or your youngsters to around the home. Here is a selection of some of the best. At Home. 634
Balloons cross the Channel. 145
Bewitched by mystic maze; Family Day Out PREPARE to be amazed by this wicked day out! You won't know witch way to turn and you'll definitely have a magical time. ANN EVANS found herself spellbound after a visit to the National Forest Maize Maze. 901
Birchall aiming to prove his worth; Game On. 527
Books. 608
Course has given me a real future; TRAINING: Centre finds jobs for former offenders after they gain construction skills. 370
Cricket: England must stay positive. 201
Cricket: India just pile on the agony. 766
Cricket: Powell gets new deal - and a testimonial? 342
Daily Poem. 97
Derailment stops services. 149
Driver hurt as car hits house. 146
Driver hurt as car hits house. 123
Every penny counts for hospices; CHARITY: 'Loose change' from pay packets helps raise funds for less fortunate. 386
Ex-Jag boss in bid to buy company. 232
Exports flair that brought a knighthood. 162
Festival leaves a row in its wake; EVENT: We were just preaching the gospel - organisers. 446
FESTIVAL LEAVES ROW IN ITS WAKE; Organisers deny that country jamboree was excuse for travellers to cause trouble. 413
Football: Hit-and-miss tale of overseas investments; SKY BLUES. 603
Football: I'm happy with what I've got! SKY BLUES. 418
Football: The heat is on, says Robson; SKY BLUES. 298
FREE ...entries on Vernons pools worth pounds 15; could win pounds 2m. 464
Garden raiders roll haul away. 169
Golf: Storm breaks at PGA. 232
Guilty of hitting the shops with firm's cash. 140
Horse Racing: Burke's star in Sprint step-up. 355
How the noodle became ruler of fast-food world; Food YOU might think that noodles are a modern-day invention but they have been around for centuries and even instant noodles have their roots in Chinese history. ANN EVANS unravels the story of the ultimate convenience food. 769
If you've got to go, go now; THE LAST WORD. 1026
Kyle set to kick-start City career; Striker in fantastic shape, says Dowie. 368
Letter: Your Say - Extra info on scoliosis treatment. 258
Letter: Your Say - Now restore other library. 146
Letter: Your Say - Potter books full of interest. 185
Letter: Your Say - Shabby way to treat MS victim. 149
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 82
Life in jail for abuse couple; The World Today CONVICTION: Child was subjected to horrific torture. 324
Lindsay killer still at large; MURDER PROBE: Japanese police stuck for a lead. 372
Man jailed for abusing autistic boy; COURT: Judge told of 'brief encounter'. 304
McTV; What's hot and what's not on the box... 264
Millions for flood-hit schools. 165
Motor Racing: Matt stuns rivals to take rally series lead; MOTORSPORT Nuneaton racer impresses at Manx event to claim top spot. 720
Neighbourhood team calls. 93
Pet SOS; THESE and many more homeless animals can be found at the Coventry Animal Centre RSPCA, Coundon Wedge Drive, Coventry. 101
Phones taken as boy mugged; ASSAULT: Teenager attacked by two men in middle of day. 364
Pick of the day. 219
Pick of the day. 223
PLEA TO SUPPORT OWEN MEMORIAL; Church fair called off to avoid clash with fundraiser for drowning victim. 459
School with a healthy outlook; EDUCATION: City council pledges it will not agree to 'inappropriate' businesses. 472
Search is on for the best buildings; ARCHITECTURE: Design awards return with a special People's Choice category coventry design awards 07 celebrating excellence in the build environment. 455
Sir Nick throws his hat into the ring; BRANDS SALE: Ex-Jaguar boss leads bid by equity group to buy his old firm. 394
Speedway: It's all starting to go Scott's way - at last. 859
Speedway: Who's got the edge in thrilling play-off battle? 535
Stroll has plenty to catch the eye; Country Walks. 548
Summer search for bats and bugs. 116
The word on the Street is all chat; Week End Television SOAP star favourite Antony Cotton wants to talk ... and talk ...and talk. TV writer MARION McMULLEN finds out how the Coronation Street regular is aiming to become telly's newest chat-show host. 716
Towpath walk for charity; CO-OPERATION: Staff from two companies get together to raise funds. 295
VANDALS ON RAMPAGE IN CITY STREET; Windows smashed Resident punched in the face. 279
Walk this way for a change. . . 81
Where have all those caring owners gone? PLEA: Overrun animal rescue centre says adoptions have hit a five-year low. 398
Woman dies after Legionnaires' outbreak; The World Today. 99
Women may have clues to street fight. 106
Young artists put summer in the shade; GALLERY: Youngsters learn the secrets of camouflage. 285
Your Shout: Is Harry Potter as good as the hype? THE LATEST Harry Potter film The Order of the Phoenix has proved as popular as his previous adventures and generated millions of pounds at the box office. Education Reporter Lucy Lynch asked children and teenagers on a film and animation project at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum in Jordan Well, city centre, whether the Harry Potter films were as good as the hype - or what beat them. 414

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