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

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'Snoops' reserved as a last resort; SMOKING BAN: Councils awarded cash to promote message ahead of clampdown. 297
Air cadets take to the skis... 131
American Football: Jets power past Milan. 267
Amy tragedy: Council faces legal action. 300
AMY TRAGEDY: COUNCIL TO FACE COURT ACTION. 331
Annual award winners 2006; ++ CITY COLLEGE AWARDS. 1752
Another branch with promise of Personal Touch. 130
Athletics: Golden treble for Godiva. 386
Athletics: Lole finds form at right time; ATHLETICS: All the latest news from the local scene. 305
Athletics: Lole finds form at right time; ATHLETICS: All the latest news from the local scene. 277
Athletics: Lole finds form at right time; ATHLETICS: All the latest news from the local scene. 94
Badminton: Stewart's sparkling debut helps county. 240
Ban sees services cancelled. 140
Bomb suspect 'fled in a burka' The World Today JULY 21 ATTACKS: Court told CCTV footage showed fleeing man. 548
Brian's graphics in starring role at awards ceremony; ++ CITY COLLEGE AWARDS. 189
Car thieves involved in collision. 156
CATCH THE ACTION. 94
Church at centre of parking fee rumpus; PAY AND DISPLAY: Priest slams charges and angry worshippers write to the Queen. 367
CITY CENTRE SECOND FLOOR FLAT. 139
Concern over timing of new Disability Act; NEW RULES: 'Shell-shocked' landlords fear more potentially heavy costs. 230
Cost of recovering pounds 23m from criminals - pounds 65m; The World Today. 167
Court In Brief. 414
Coventry vicar is to become a bishop. 144
Daily Poem; THIS POEM'S NOT BEEN TESTED ON ANIMALS. 107
Dancers seek a hall. 95
EXECUTIVE APARTMENT NEAR RAIL STATION. 80
Fake euros nightmare drags on; CURRENCY: Holiday dad still does not know if he will face trial in Greece. 391
FIVE-BEDROOM DORMER BUNGALOW IN COUNDON; Hollyfast Road, Coundon, Coventry. AGENT: Dixons PRICE: pounds 329,950. 193
Flats billed as handy for work; MANDARA POINT: Closeness to city centre a boon. 277
Football: Arsene adamant; FOOTBALL: All last night's Champions's League and local action. 89
Football: Blues leave it late to level. 104
Football: Dowie hails his Sky Blue battlers; Boss's delight at win in first game. 342
Football: French furious as United take lead; FOOTBALL: All last night's Champions's League and local action. 390
Football: French furious as United take lead; FOOTBALL: All last night's Champions's League and local action. 390
Football: Hinckley hold on for vital win to stay in touch; FOOTBALL: All last night's Champions's League and local action. 187
Football: New era is off to flyer; BIG MATCH ANALYSIS +++. 1475
Football: Plenty for new boss Dowie to put right; IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE ANCHOR INN, LEEK WOOTTON. 553
Football: Quick treble sinks Rugby; FOOTBALL: All last night's Champions's League and local action. 232
Football: Relief as Greenbacks find some form; FOOTBALL: All last night's Champions's League and local action. 240
FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE CLOSE TO WARWICK UNIVERSITY. 97
Get in the swim for cancer care. 132
GROUND FLOOR FLAT IN GOOD ORDER. 123
GROUND FLOOR TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT IN BINLEY. 179
Gym an exercise in losing money. 447
Heart charity in plea for volunteers. 86
HMV licence hitch keeps The Enemy at bay. Concert review 162
Hooded gang bursts into home. 97
HOSPITAL CLOSES WARDS IN FIGHT TO STOP BUG; New admissions blocked by highly contagious virus. 381
House buyers ready to roll! PARTNERSHIP: Housebuilder links up with removals firm to take hassle out of moving. 451
Housing plan casts shadow on businesses; DEVELOPMENT: Trading estate bosses fear they will have nowhere to go. 398
How I flattened the opposition! PANCAKE RACE: Pub's Millie wins trophy to put behind the bar. 359
I'm out of the garage and on the road; RETIREMENT: Classic car rallies beckon as Peter draws line under 40 years of repairs. 371
Ice Hockey: Late agony after Blaze blow lead; ICE HOCKEY: Overtime defeat for Coventry but they go five points clear. 363
Joint religion school rejected. 175
Just the ticket for a noisy life; The World Today. 81
Late Crusaders rally falls short. 326
Letter: Your Say - Canley plans are on old tip. 237
Letter: Your Say - Homes record not that good. 141
Letter: Your Say - Negative view of the positive. 179
Letter: Your Say - Parking tickets must be legal. 146
Letter: Your Say - Parking tickets must be legal. 165
Letter: Your Say - Preservation is better than moving in the developers. 222
Letter: Your Say - Preservation is better than moving in the developers. 258
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 120
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 95
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 83
Lose yourself in Wales past and present... 762
Man accused of perverting course of justice. 85
Mingo's fast track to Oxbridge place. 83
MODERN BUNGALOW IN TILE HILL CORNER POSITION. 186
MODERN HOME ON LARGER PLOT IN KERESLEY. 280
Move to thwart car plates thieves. 105
Mystery of crucifix found in Australia; APPEAL: Pen friends hope to unravel story behind statue believed to be from city. 427
New forensics lab leads the way. 137
New look for space outside the Belgrade; Feedback sought on public square. 309
Nursery closed in strike action; School staff in show of support over pay row. 235
OAP dies after being found injured; POLICE APPEAL: Postmortem examination fails to provide more clues to incident. 289
Olivier awards for RSC productions. 156
On This Day. 92
Online health care to go! 286
Pans at the ready for Rag showdown. 169
Party time at the home of Aussie wine. 151
Pick of the day. 214
PICK OF THE DAY; Live UEFA Champions League (Sky Sports 1, 6.00pm). 112
Police target illegal bikers. 206
Police to spring a sat-nav trap; CRIME: Decoy cars set up in city as drivers fail to heed warning. 443
POLICE WARNING TO SCHOOL RUN PARENTS; Drivers given pounds 30 tickets over parking. 331
Pupils' art scoops pounds 250 prize. 95
Radio host to meet winners; ++ CITY COLLEGE AWARDS Ceremony to mark breadth of student talents. 169
RIP as rabbits forced to hop it; Bunny-proof fence put up at cemetery. 260
ROUGH AND TUMBLE; No place for faint-hearted as sporting tough guys and girls descend on Atherstone. 542
Set your feet free at Hippodrome; Theatre Reviews. Dance review 132
SPORTS QUIZ. 90
SUPERB FAMILY HOME; ++ PROPERTY OF THE WEEK ++. 428
Take your shoes off and warm your feet on our new floors. 287
Taxpayers prop up city sports centres; FINANCE: pounds 555,000 cost of keeping trust's leisure facilities from closure. 261
Telegraph Comment: Crisis solved - or is it just shelved? 172
The show goes on at Stratford; THEATRE: Temporary home for RSC. 232
This gang's full of enthusiastic fun; Theatre Reviews. 200
THREE-BED SEMI-DETACHED IN HOLBROOKS. 242
THREE-STOREY TOWNHOUSE IN BINLEY WOODS. 292
Tories dig into reserves; COUNCIL TAX: Conservatives' above-inflation rise goes through but is heavily criticised. 441
Tourists tempted back to London; The World Today. 104
TRADITIONAL DOUBLE-BAY HOME IN WHITMORE PARK; Beake Avenue, Whitmore Park, Coventry. AGENT: Locke & England PRICE: pounds 189,950. 233
TRADITIONAL DOUBLE-BAY SEMI IN KERESLEY. 117
TRADITIONAL THREE-BED SEMI IN EARLSDON. 171
Travel: Let us spray in the surfing capital; Great Escape. 1172
Travellers' insurance hard sell slammed; The World Today. 121
TWO-BED TERRACED PROPERTY IN STOKE HEATH. 190
TWO-BEDROOM IDEAL FIRST-TIME BUY IN STOKE. 196
Wards are hit across county. 258
Which bright spark came up with this? ROW: Dad says street lights are far too close to homes. 362
Why buying new could save money; ECONOMY: When you are the first buyer you have a home that's bang up to date and economical. 357

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