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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 2, 2007)

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'Tragic mix of cars and parties'. 217
Abbie set on career path; HND: New public services course offers a way into ambulance service, via university. 402
Allesley in Coventry. 175
Angling: Youngsters put on super show; ANGLING: All of the week's news, views and results. 324
Ansty decision wins approval; ERICSSON: Business leaders welcome telecoms giant's news. 402
Awards mark end of an era. 288
AWARDS SPEAK OF STUDENT SUCCESS! LORD MAYOR PRESENTS THE HONOURS AT BANGLADESH CENTRE FOR ACHIEVEMENTS IN LANGUAGE. 605
Big plans for town centre. 80
Boffins aim to clean up with emulsion idea. 86
Boys want men to teach them. 89
Broadband speed claims under attack. 101
Car driver, 25, airlifted to hospital after crash. 141
Cash crisis threat to housing project; CLOSURE FEARS: Young people's refuge scheme may not survive the month. 259
CATCH THE ACTION. 85
Celeb city: Clive takes lead in Hollywood; Stars of the big screen TODAY we launch a new feature special to showcase the fabulous success of some of Coventry and Warwickshire's star performers today. From the stars of stage and screen to 'reality' stars and even the region itself, we chart them all. Entertainment editor MARION McMULLEN begins with a look at talented locals who have become movie stars. 973
Chance to make a career out of sport. 331
Charity in call to join hearty walk. 88
City band The Enemy ready to rock with The Stones; MUSIC: Cov lads to support Jagger and Co. 360
Classic cars gear up for parade. 216
Confused shark washed-up; The World Today. 89
Court In Brief. 591
Court rules against OAP in council tax protest; COURT: Pensioner withheld payments after claiming his bin was not being emptied. 382
Cricket: County may lose Harris to South Africa tour; CRICKET: Warwickshire spinner Paul looks likely to be called up for series in Zimbabwe. 263
Cricket: Freddie back in the swing. 116
Cricket: New boys stick it to the Bears. 422
Deal seals a taste of the New World. 156
Entries sought for charity five-a-side football tournament. 111
Family's cup tribute to tragic dad; GOLF CONTEST: Widow presents trophy. 306
Fireball fears as blaze hits Little Chef; DAMAGE: A46 restaurant drama. 352
First-timers scoop silver. 163
Flooded care home is back in business; DELUGE: Residents evacuated after stream burst its banks have been allowed back. 351
Football: Boro boys aim to impress again at Adders. 268
Football: Leon will fight for his shirt; The competition's hot up front but McKenzie's ready to stake a claim. 447
Football: Page still feels part of manager's plans. 513
Football: Rams' capture. 98
Football: Safri upsets Canaries boss. 103
Free sports workshops at recreation ground. 96
Gambling addict in pounds 7,000 bank fraud; COURT: 34-year-old used another man's passport to withdraw cash. 344
Going organic 'brings changes'. 115
Golf: Bailey comes home in style; GOLF: The latest news and results from around the local scene. 424
Golf: Sullivan in Czech chase; GOLF: The latest news and results from around the local scene. 271
Golf: TV personality Gloria Hunniford; GOLF: The latest news and results from around the local scene. 174
Golf: Young Daniel's team are tops; GOLF: The latest news and results from around the local scene. 262
Green light for shops complex; BOOST: Developer appointed for massive retail scheme. 331
Hospitals cope with new intake; HEALTH: Doctors take up positions. 263
Housing for teens under threat. 227
Hunt for gun threat suspect. 121
Ice Hockey: Samy to join top Danish team. 145
In the market for fun and laughter. 164
Jackie mops up her thoughts in verse; BOOK LAUNCH: Cleaner makes no apology for filthy language in first anthology. 577
Lavatory disappears. 102
Letter: Your Say - Daily Poem; HOUSE OF CARDS. 82
Letter: Your Say - Simpsons film review off mark. 161
Letter: Your Say - Stella honour fully deserved. 184
Letter: Your Say - Tanks won't stop flooding. 255
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 107
Liz Kershaw 'back on air in four weeks' BBC CONTROVERSY: Radio presenter on holiday. 283
Lucky Derek does double! The World Today. 249
Lucy a convert to small and local. 383
Man had stash of fake DVDs; COURT: Film 'factory' leads to suspended jail sentence. 353
Media big guns to speak. 135
Medical school to get new building. 153
Motor Racing: Bees rack up vital points at Reading; SPEEDWAY: Last night's Elite League action. 423
MUM'S DEATH CRASH: MAN IS CHARGED; 21-year-old pleads not guilty. 239
Negative attitudes hit black pupils. 120
New group will fight corner for taxpayers; ALLIANCE: Businessman behind city's first academy joins pressure campaign. 235
New library - with a twist - to open. 312
New library - with a twist. 265
Nostalgia: Join 50th anniversary party. 263
Penalty fine hits BA hard; The World Today. 93
Pianist Mark brings his global talents to civic hall. 117
Pianist Mark brings his global talents. 186
Pick of the day. 209
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Golf Night (Sky Sports 2, 7.00pm). 118
Police carry out car checks. 80
POLICE IN CALL FOR THE RIGHT TO STRIKE; WARNING: Furious county officers say government's deal is 'a slap in the face'. 510
Police pay offer 'is a slap in the face' DISPUTE: Proposed rise could push officers to demand right to strike, warns leader. 554
pounds 36,000 cameras theft. 168
Pub's new music night. Sound recording review 100
Pupils take outdoor challenge. 135
Put leftovers to good use, families urged; RECYCLING: Call to compost food waste follows dustbin detectives' shock findings. 429
Residents urged to compost leftovers. 231
Scheme is no gain, say MPs. 101
Scouts celebrate with a promise; CENTENARY: Lord Mayor among hundreds at sunrise gathering in city. 300
Sporty youngsters go for it. 225
Sporty youngsters go for summer fun. 218
Students' tears over war survivor's story; CONFERENCE: Genocide study hears harrowing tale and pair's report of visit to camp. 357
Sufferers can't get new drug; The World Today HEALTH: Arthritis relief is denied. 306
Swimming: New boss happy with city kids. 287
Telegraph: Police duty must not be compromised; Comment. 175
Thousands dig for buried bank cash. 114
Toll on mental health patients. 142
Travel puts students on route to success. 207
Two quizzed over burglary. 84
Volunteers who make a big difference; AWARDS: Praised for their unswerving commitment. 404
What a waste, says Paul. 136
Woman hurt in dispute. 91
Young learners receive skills awards. 236
Your LIFE daily: Pick up bags of eco points; THEY are the latest must-have fashion accessory - the crucial arm-candy for an enlightened age. They are the eco-friendly bags. Celebrities, fashionistas and ordinary shoppers are switching to natural bags in their droves. KAREN HAMBRIDGE looks at the green-inspired phenomenon and speaks to the schoolgirls who were ahead of the eco-crowd. 701
Your Life daily: Schoolgirls' brainwave helps town shoppers. 498
Your Life daily: Where to buy your; ...'green' shopping bags. 167
Your Rights; SUE BENT from Coventry Law Centre answers your legal questions Sue Bent of the Coventry Law Centre answers questions on housing, health and community care, human rights, discrimination, welfare rights, employment and immigration issues. The centre employs solicitors and experienced paralegals and can represent clients in both court and in tribunal. 456

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