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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 20, 2007)

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20 jobs lost as firm goes into liquidation; Directors now face losing their homes. 358
4,000 facing long wait for a home; HOUSING FORUM: Landlords pledge to help ease council lists. 353
48 hours to raise funds. 171
Action group's cash bid. 165
Appeal for your mementoes of Birmingham Town Hall. 137
Award adds to school's wellbeing. 144
Brakes travel to take on Knitters. 218
Brolly to open summer bash. 94
Brush Strokes. 144
Car giant all quiet over Tata talks. 155
Car wash to help school project. 109
Celebrations The good news column for you, and by you... the readers. Column 189
Channel swim brings in pounds 7,500. 252
Chip pan fire man is badly burned. 192
City parents clued up on healthy food. 132
Civic honour for city dance group. 281
Claudette riding high in law seat. 112
Colin's date with royalty; AWARD: Charity fundraising champion hailed by ChildLine. 332
Council in just one over-high hedges case. 121
Court In Brief. 715
Crash of cymbals heralds Asaf's progressive sound; Jazz. 216
Cricket: Bears eager to land Broad; CRICKET: Warwickshiremake their move for England paceman. 459
Cricket: Strauss falls as India fight back. 410
Crime down 2pc in Midlands. 234
Daily Poem. 118
Ex-rugger star's move. 146
Fear puts a spoke in plea for pedal power; Motors. 205
Flower festival. 84
FLYING CAR HORROR; Electricity pole left in splinters Car bounces right over tree Garden wall smashed to bits Driver walks away unscathed. 516
Flying car lands in front garden; HORROR: Families find crumpled wreck outside houses. 342
Football: Achola: It's just great to be back; AMERICAN FOOTBALL: Coventry wide receiver overcomes injury nightmare. 407
Football: Boro joy - Brown is 'free' to come; FOOTBALL: The latest news, as the new season approaches. 443
Football: Wayne intends to make his mark; Sky Blues striker eager to make up for lost time. 751
Friends work to bring back Ilengela; DEPORTATION: Campaigners trying to win work permit for woman returned to Congo. 410
Fun event to be held at park. 137
Golf: Broady stays on the level; HSBC wee wonders championship GOLF: Day one of the Open Championship from Carnoustie. 308
Golf: Goose blasts Player claims. 241
Golf: Revived Garcia sets Open pace; GOLF: Day one of the Open Championship from Carnoustie. 764
Golf: Tiger falters but remains right in the hunt; GOLF: Day one of the Open Championship from Carnoustie. 274
Hair-raising role for Travolta; What's On Cinema. 800
Head's planning another roll of the Dice! 201
Hospital chaplains hailed for fostering good relations. 241
I waited years to get into print; NEW BOOK: Jill tells of 'dream come true' after her first historical novel is published. 275
Identity fraudsters warning. 131
Identity of car crash victim released. 154
Increase in drunken casualties reported; NEW FIGURES: 24-hour drinking laws to blame for round-the-clock call-outs. 300
Kim sells up - but still has role to play. 127
Lancs tops after win over Bears; Odds On in association with ... BET RESCUE. 544
Last farewell to doomed school; CLOSURE: A sad day for staff and pupils at 'too small' Bishop Wulstan. 351
Latest Releases; What's On. 127
Letter: Your Say - A reunion to compare notes. 105
Letter: Your Say - Air industry heading in wrong direction. 182
Letter: Your Say - Bus lane adds to congestion. 140
Letter: Your Say - Don't forget to give blood this holiday. 251
Letter: Your Say - I think salary is way too high. 176
Letter: Your Say - I think salary is way too high. 122
Letter: Your Say - Keep NHS unit in the town. 166
Letter: Your Say - Noisy drinkers now outside. 121
Letter: Your Say - Rock stars no role models. 142
Letter: Your Say - Thank-you for saving fun run. 140
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 80
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 89
Man attacked in street. 86
More time needed for repairs; COUNCIL HOUSE: Clock angel to be moved. 229
Motor Racing: Honda will keep faith with Jenson; FORMULA ONE. 219
Motors: GENEVALUTION! FIRST DRIVE Audi A5/S5 Classy coupe's journey to reality from concept at Swiss motor show. 651
Motors: MINI takes a walk on the wild side... ROAD TEST MINI Sidewalk. 566
Motors: Peugeot packs in all you need for modern life; ROAD TEST Peugeot 807 Executive 2.0. 762
Motors: Road group urges crackdown to stop hardcore drink-drivers. 304
Motors: Value for money is Superb. . . ROAD TEST Skoda Superb LC 2.5 V6 TDi. 526
New date for club's fun day. 91
No sense of history; EDUCATION: Subject is not a priority. 272
NOW THIEVES ARE NICKING YOUR RUBBISH; 'Identity theft' alert in county as crooks steal contents of wheelie bins. 394
NOW THIEVES ARE NICKING YOUR RUBBISH; 'Identity theft' alert in Coventry as crooks steal contents of wheelie bins. 404
Number's up for Carrey as he loses the plot; What's On DVD. 603
On This Day. 101
Pick of the day. 209
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Super League (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 108
Please return our special bikes; They are of no use to anyone else, says head. 393
Pledge to find the cash for Ricoh rail link; PLANS: Third attempt to get station approval. 329
Post Office counter staff vow to fight on. 289
Pupils' last farewell to doomed school. 146
Riders rev up benefits of biking to commuters; Motors. 489
Rugby Union: County given double home boost. 434
Running song group has taken over my world; ANNIVERSARY: As choir notches up 10 years, Chris reveals his hobby has become a full-time job. 344
Russ gets in touch with his feminine side; What's On Theatre. 463
SCHOOL OF ROCK; MUSICAL KIDS: Meet the 10 band members from Coventry's first ... 401
School Out! New Rides! New Fun! Theater review 377
Sit pretty in sleek style and at a bargain price; Motors ROAD TEST Mazda5 1.8 TS2. 631
Speedway: Australia looking ominous. 353
Sports and dance centre opens. 170
Staff win praise as more fun is lined up. 164
Stage Whispers; What's On. 216
Swan musicians have new stage; Classical. 372
Table set for banquet of young artists; Art. 308
Teacher retires after 33 years. 152
Teen mugged for his mobile. 106
Text Talk. 121
The library's a fun place to go in the holidays; The BIG Wild Read Books, DVDs and computers... there's so much to do there, says Lucy. 512
The World Today: Harry Potter mania. 117
Transformers rewrite rules for spin-offs; What's On Computer Games. 364
Transport of delight for fund; News of the latest moves in the work to raise pounds 5 million for a new hospice for Coventry. COVENTRY MYTON HOSPICE APPEAL supported by the Telegraph. 269
Trio shape up to be friends for life; LEAVERS' BALL: Pals who have been friends since nursery leave school together. 360
TV stars hot things up at gala ball; What's On. 185
Variety is the spice of life; What's On. 215
We love our fabulous new secret garden; SMART WORK: Three city school and playgroups get a special outdoor makeover. 494
What's On: Mercury Prize shortlist 2007; Rock Nationwide MERCURY PRIZE. 1109
What's On: Sound Bites. 288
WIN ... a copy of Haven starring Orlando Bloom; What's On. 225
WIN ... a copy of thriller Gone; What's On. 214
Woman bitten as her dog is attacked. 144
Younger drivers really are a menace! Motors. 381
Your 60 SECOND guide to the week ahead; What's On. 544

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