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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 9, 2007)

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4,500 women line up for charity run. 223
Athletics: Heath lifts British title. 129
Books. 792
Carers invited to join week of fun. 214
City post office future debated; ... MP to get answers from minister. 280
Court In Brief. 692
Cricket: Bell gets a grip for England. 118
Cricket: Don't blow it against Scotland, Bears warned; Game On. 442
Cricket: England take total control; Game On. 402
Cycle trip funds roll in for Gareth. 167
Dance group get their TV break. 167
Enjoy top bird's-eye view; Family Day Out MIDDLETON HALL. 384
Faces of fun for birthday. 120
Football: Administration loophole closed; Game On. 90
Football: Danes hit hard after pitch row; Game On. 95
Football: England is Beckham's top priority. 160
Football: Henry happy at Milan link; Game On. 120
Football: Hodgy's golden memories of 50 years in the game; Game On 'Bobby Charlton blasted late penalty and I made the save'. 1448
Football: Mifsud on goals mission; Flowers wants Maltese international to fire City. 305
Football: Pearce 'let down by Bentley' Game On. 127
Football: Villa Reo-Coker move on hold; Game On. 135
Fresh plea over bus vandalism. 104
Generator, the size of a car, stolen from compound. 101
HIGHLIGHTS. 96
Home sweet home for 200,000 bees. 306
Home sweet home for honey bees! ORGANIC GARDENING: New hives will be sanctuary for more than 200,000 insects. 385
In Brief. 144
It might not be a 'race' but I don't want to be beaten; Unplugged. 633
It's all in the eye out the beholder... THE LAST WORD. 1124
It's picnic season; PICNICS are one of those great British traditions that tell us summer is really here. So whether it's a fabulous hamper with champagne or a rug on the lawn, make sure your get-together is a success with our guide to al fresco eating. Food. 443
Jemima gets chipped. 226
Lawn Tennis: Sharapova to sharpen up at Edqbaston. 232
Letter: Your Say - Blair now has time for gala. 92
Letter: Your Say - Give us facts on speed humps. 106
Letter: Your Say - Hourly bus not much to ask. 161
Letter: Your Say - Organise a strawberry tea and help cancer charity. 197
Letter: Your Say - Tax irritating mobile phones. 171
Letter: Your Say - Widen parking permits area. 110
Lift-off! WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO THE BRITISH GP. 232
Lot of good eggs! CHARITY RACE: Egg-and-spooners get cracking in a good cause. 244
McTV What's hot and what's not on the box... 230
Modern-day life by design; DISPLAY: Inventive students come up with some exciting ways to work rest and play in the 21st century. 355
Motor Sport: Kerr guns for glory at Le Mans; Game On. 719
Mum backs fund to find Madeleine. 136
Music night on the move. 114
Nursery gets back on track; OFSTED REPORT: Staff and tots celebrate 'good' rating by inspectors. 348
Our big leap raised pounds 5,000 for hospital; SKYDIVE: Brothers organise mass parachute jump in mum's memory. 391
Pet SOS; These and many more homeless dogs can be found at Dogs Trust, Honiley, near Kenilworth. 109
PHONE MAST FOR HOLY TRINIT; EXCLUSIVE City's medieval church could get 21st century adornment. 427
Phone mast for Holy Trinity; PLANS: Historic church could get 21st century adornment. 318
Pick of the day. 224
Pick of the day. 239
Plaques action is promised. 275
Plea for new faces as church marks 80 years; MILESTONE: Anniversary celebrations at St Columba's. 421
Police launch crackdown on car crime. 316
Police name youths killed in car smash. 95
Police search for missing man, 53. 111
Pregnancy tests are unreliable; HEALTH: Wrong result for many Women. 189
Probe into officer's alleged race slur. 139
Rugby Union: Campton helps England side to victory. 182
Scheme to build block of two-bedroom flats. 218
School lunch price set to go up again; EDUCATION: Rising costs mean primary and special pupils face another 5p rise. 342
SHOCKING TOLL OF DEATH WISH BIKERS. 374
Show garden with sty-le; IT'S not every day you get asked to build a pig sty as part of a show garden. But that is exactly what local garden expert Mark Feighan was asked to do by celebrity gardener Chris Beardshaw for the Malvern Spring Show. ANN EVANS finds out why. Gardening. 531
Singer George Michael was sentenced to 100 hours. 125
Sky's the limit for Captain Jack; Television MULTI-TALENTED John Barrowman is now adding panto in the Midlands to his list of credits. TV writer MARION MCMULLEN prepares for a Dalek invasion. 670
Sneak-in burglars drive off with car. 155
Special sale of recycled furniture. 268
Speedway: Hammers set their sights on Jonsson; Game On. 209
Speedway: Johnston relishing Brandon challenge; Game On. 1169
Speedway: The heat's on Nicholls as Harris shines; Game On. 283
Star pupil in return to his old school; AUTHOR: Ex-teacher's tribute as writer drops in during visit to promote his new novel. 329
Stretton steps up in class. 253
Students go to work on a problem. 188
Students thrive in border country. 204
Students work on a problem. 116
Suits and ties order of the day for City fans; Nostalgia. 467
Take it slowly and soak up the views; Country Walks. 575
Teenager hurt in knife attack. 123
This tree is a symbol of peace - and so much more; CEREMONY: Indian visitors play a part in church's anniversary celebrations. 328
Tobacco profits bring cash boost to local charities. 148
Top cop's call over bikers' death toll. 127
Violent son banned from seeing his mother; COURT: Man, 20, in restraining order-but mum says she's proud of him for owning up. 365
Walks and talks to suit everyone. 267
Washing machine stolen - SEVEN floors up! CCTV in lift may have captured thieves with haul. 334
Weekly Recipe; RICHARD GUEST, Michelin starred head chef at The Castle Hotel at Taunton, has created this delicious dessert for your al fresco dining experience. 292
WIN ...a three-night break in Rimini; RYANAIR FLY CHEAPER. 403
WIN a case of Coopers' pale ale. 193
WIN a case of Orchard Reserve cider; Gaymer's ORCHARD RESERVE. 145
WIN pair of tickets to RSPB's festival. 102
Your Say: FATHER'S DAY. 87
Your Shout: How do you get more pupils to take sciences? NUMBERS doing A-levels and degrees in science and technology subjects such as physics and engineering have declined in recent years. Education Reporter LUCY LYNCH asked some pupils from St Thomas More Catholic School and Technology College what can be done to encourage more pupils to choose those subjects. 331

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