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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 26, 2007)

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450 officers to police massive music festival; 50,000 revellers expected at Global Gathering. 342
Big prize lure for new Avon league; ANGLING: Winner can expect to pick up pounds 1200 for winning Evesham winter championship. 344
Brits' taste for adventure. 183
Burglar aged 14 locked up for year; CRIME: Prolific schoolboy addict responsible for half the break-ins in neighbourhood. 332
Buy one get one FREE at the SnowDome. 323
Call to change marriage law. 176
Celebrations. 376
Chaplin failure. 89
Chris ready for challenge. 290
City man in knife threat terror. 195
City praised over buildings saved from neglect. 115
Conquering decay at the castle; IT MIGHT not be perfect for historical purists but a fresh bid to turn the ruined medieval glory of Astley Castle into a holiday home could offer its only hope of salvation. KAREN HAMBRIDGE reports on the work being undertaken for a hugely ambitious rescue package for the historic building, which boasts royalty among its visitors. 1582
Cook book swap is right mix for charities. 203
County's big hike in school bus fares. 260
Court In Brief. 660
Cricket: England give Hoggard time to recover. 224
Cricket: England give Hoggard time to recover. 224
Cricket: Trescothick rules himself out. 300
Crime and grime squads swoop again; ESTATE CRACKDOWN: Latest onslaught nets suspected burglars. 384
Cycling: Rasmussen shrugs off jeers to claim stage win; TOUR DE FRANCE. 289
Daily Poem; YOUR PHOTO. 121
Deaf-blind course in response to demand. 270
Delivering holiday fun on demand. 220
Did smokers start blaze? EMERGENCY SERVICES: Busy day as fire crews called into action on city streets. 352
Drivers given reprieve for now. 379
Ex-Bablake head boy quits over 'trust' issue; GMTV: City-born boss of breakfast show apologises over phone-ins 'errors'. 265
Ex-students' garden business blossoms. 541
Film course opens doors; PROJECT HIT: Jobless Luke back on track. 250
Firms say poor parking will drive them out; RESTRICTIONS: Bosses criticise new limits on spaces for cars at Electric Wharf. 391
FLOODY STUPID! Despite the misery of the past week, firm still wants to build 700 houses here. 651
Football: Cup deadlines. 83
Football: Giddings knows it's time he proved himself; FOOTBALL: I'm determined to show everyone what I can do, says injury-plagued City defender. 596
Football: Jon saves day for Hinckley. 204
Football: Kyle: I'll give Sky Blues my Best shot; Kevin wants to strike up partnership with new boy Leon. 524
Golf: HAYDEN SHIRLEY; GOLF: The latest news and results from around the local scene. 130
Golf: It's special, says Faldo on Senior debut; GOLF: The latest news and results from around the local scene. 209
Golf: Steele targets top-five finish; GOLF: The latest news and results from around the local scene. 409
Golf: Strong line-up for Par 3 event; GOLF: The latest news and results from around the local scene. 92
Golf: Winning comeback; GOLF: The latest news and results from around the local scene. 92
Grants for a greener home. 139
Hats off to an unusual mix of Freud and farce; Theatre Review. 214
Hey, that's me Gordon Brown's writing about! FAME: Councillor amazed as Prime Minister rings him up - then puts him in his book. 412
HUGE HIKE IN COST OF SCHOOL BUS TRAVEL; Some parents will have to fork out nearly pounds 100 extra per year. 459
Intruders flee with car keys. 103
It's mad to want to build on this land; HOUSING: Residents hit out over planned estate. 563
ITS A COVER-UP; Pole dancers are forced to don dressing gowns before lighting up. 411
Keeping a family tradition; WATER POLO. 269
Lawn Tennis: Strange win for Warwickshire's Grady and Ogan. 454
Let's back Coventry in lottery awards; The National Lottery. 382
Letter: Your Say - 32 happy years of school work. 219
Letter: Your Say - Camera sited for safety only. 222
Letter: Your Say - Opportunity for roundabout. 207
Letter: Your Say - Our concert plans ran perfectly smoothly. 252
Letter: Your Say - Praise for hospital staff. 142
Letter: Your Say - Sam taught me so much. 107
Letter: Your Say - School closure sad for Rugby. 211
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 110
Letter: Your Say - University Hospital at Walsgrave. 120
Lorry burns out on road. 138
Make it happen if you wanna see us rappin' STREET AMBITION: Teenagers need some help. 367
Man sought after taxi hijack. 201
Man wounded in gang attack horror. 117
Motor Racing: Bees shaping up for the longest season; SPEEDWAY: More washout misery as KO Cup postponed at Poole. 297
MPs ask questions about Liz Kershaw. 164
New jury in murder trial. 151
Newlyweds flee pub 'arson' BLASTS: Incendiary devices found after couple scramble onto roof. 396
Over-65s missing out on benefits. 127
Party on to help RSPCA. 122
Pick of the day. 208
PICK OF THE DAY; Live European Tour Golf (Sky Sports 1, 2.30pm). 107
Plight of fostered children revealed; COMPLAINTS: One girl offered cash compensation by social workers, report says. 381
Police keep rival fans apart. 149
Police link burglaries. 141
Police renew plea for help in kidnap probe; Man, 25 wanted for questioning. 268
Precision move; EXPANDING: New premises exactly fit the bill after firm's years of looking. 333
Prisoner flees from police car. 113
Private dies in barracks. 85
Rain won't dampen Caribbean day of fun; FESTIVAL: Venue has changed, but organisers say it will be better than ever. 288
Repairing cars and restoring young lives; PROJECT: Mechanics course aims to steer teenagers out of trouble and into work. 349
Rival fans' clash is thwarted. 148
Rugby Union: Change of plan for Umaga's Nuns; RUGBY UNION: Coach confident as groundshare partners shuffle fixture list. 292
Rugby Union: STOKE OLD BOYS. 197
School funding. 108
School honoured with award for careers work. 84
Scouts renew their promise. 82
Sean busy running up cash! 229
Show is ideal for caravan revival. 154
Steve beats the floods. 230
Swami to host yoga camp at the Ricoh. 133
Teenager's jaw broken in attack. 103
Teenager's jaw broken in gang attack. 96
Telegraph: Comment - New housing doesn't mix with flood plains and greenbelt land. 187
The Enemy puts city on top at last. 857
The good news column for you, and by you... the readers. Column 247
The Oods are back. 116
The plans. 421
Thieves take purse after water ruse. 263
We had our problems admits Mel. 126
Wedding venue unveiled. 154
Willows damaged in floods. 108
WIN Ska'd for Life. 113
Windmill in turn of fortune; GRANT: English Heritage stumps up pounds 90,000 to help restore 'wonderful' building. 317
Young fans finally catch up with beloved Sky Blues; FOOTBALL: Irish supporters see City play home-town team. 379
Young sports stars shine at children's games; CIVIC HONOUR: Lord Mayor full of praise for city team. 403
Your old specs could give someone a life. 131
Your Right. 561

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