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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (March 15, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'Artwork' cleaned up. 105
'Robocams' a hit with police motor cyclists. 183
15 learners hone their job chances; Bank's pounds 14,000 backing for college training course. 409
3,500 homes on the way; REGENERATION: pounds 350m development to improve Coventry estates. 316
A real live-saver. 97
Academy could open next year; EDUCATION: Earlier launch on cards to win funding. 312
Accolade for ex-city student Stephen. 91
Asbestos is in our windows; FLATS SHOCK: High-rise residents fear health risk. 357
Aston Martin's a hit with Bond ... a miss with greens. 182
Baffled by hi-tech life. 88
Basketball: Slick Crusaders turn the tables on Neptunes. 277
Be a secret agent for the day at Herbert. 85
Blaze totally outplayed; ICE HOCKEY: Last night's disappointment from the Skydome. 410
Boozy row led to fatal stabbing of grandad. 257
Boxing: Top prospectrs at Bell Green. 135
Breakfast treat for homeless. 147
Burglars take householder's car. 148
Canal has best roach for years; ANGLING: All the news and views from the local scene. 346
Cancer charities share pounds 1,600. 84
Cash will give tots lots of fun! EDUCATION: Pupils give concert proceeds to charity funding a teacher in Romania. 327
CATCH THE ACTION. 100
Colleges host skills contest. 115
Conmen take rings. 116
Court In Brief. 680
Cricket: Aussies make Scots suffer as Kenya send warning; CRICKET WORLD CUP. 204
Dad cried when I left but I had my own life; ++ MEMORIES OF THE EMERALD ISLE ++. 287
Daily Poem; NIGHTMARE. 109
Danger from rogue garages. 105
Dates for Vets; ANGLING: All the news and views from the local scene. 84
Doubled-up car park takes a national award. 206
Elite League who's who. 1209
Elite League who's who. 1209
Eyesight alert to smokers. 127
Faiths unite at the Ricoh; Religious leaders join in blessing. 350
Fire - a question of safety. 149
Football: Boro hit six to boost confidence. 319
Football: Cameron return helps City through in cup; FOOTBALL: The latest on the local and national scene. 241
Football: Fans' Zone; Continentals better? It's just a myth! 467
Football: Leamington girls in groove. 411
Football: Murdoch is Sphinx hero. 106
Football: Natalie sees red as Sky Blues girls are held; WOMEN'S FOOTBALL. 162
Football: Sky Blues cut season ticket price to pounds 300. 190
Fun and freedom didn't cost a penny; ++ MEMORIES OF THE EMERALD ISLE ++ WITH St Patrick's Day coming up the Telegraph asked for readers' memories of leaving Ireland to start a new life in Coventry. Here some tell their stories. Watch out for more Irish stories tomorrow. Goes IRISH. 559
Get the facts about council tax valuations. 85
Gill so depressed by rubbish plague; LITTER POLLUTION: Environment Agency says river due a clean-up. 352
Golf: Youngsters called for medal Masters. 247
Hamster sucked out of pipe with vac. 111
Hockey: Warwick's run is halted at last; HOCKEY: Focus on the DTZ League. 1136
Horse Racing: JOCKEY Richard Thornton; RACING: Runners and riders for Day Three of the Cheltenham Festival. 195
Horse Racing: QUEEN MOTHER CHAMPION CHASE; RACING: Runners and riders for Day Three of the Cheltenham Festival. 197
Humanitarian honoured ... and the other award winners for 2007; WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT: Meet the nominees from all walks of life who were honoured at charity awards night. 555
I was on 30 cigs a day, Lord Mayor tells city smokers; HEALTH: Civic leader joins No Smoking Day drive. 531
I've chipped away at a new career; SUCCESS: Ex-Peugeot worker invests in car repair franchise. 359
Ice Hockey: Blaze suffer in final. 144
Ice Hockey: Blaze totally outplayed; ICE HOCKEY: Last night's disappointment from the Skydome. 410
LAUGHING MATTER; COMIC RELIEF THE BIG ONE. 539
LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE GIRLS! WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT: Meet the nominees from all walks of life who were honoured at charity awards night. 428
Letter: Your Say - Bays a decision for residents. 191
Letter: Your Say - Catch these urban terrorists. 156
Letter: Your Say - Council tax ploy is vote bribe. 213
Letter: Your Say - Fight congestion charges now. 271
Letter: Your Say - Not too late to run for charity. 133
Letter: Your Say - Services suffering with road surfaces priority. 274
Letter: Your Say - Support for charity run was fantastic. 131
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 122
Library staff ready to strike over pay; SINGLE STATUS: Industrial action hinges on high-level talks tomorrow. 342
Making safety just the job. 196
Man admits handling pounds 7,000 of stolen goods. 205
Mifsud makes his mark; Striker takes chance in style. 504
Musical Mark's a king of the easel. 288
Must-see for Cole Porter fans; Theatre Review High Society Birmingham Hippodrome, until Saturday. Running time: 2hrs 30mins including interval. 198
Nearly 1,000 bikes stolen in one year; CRIME: Police in bid to put brakes on spate of thefts throughout Warwickshire. 361
Nice plans, shame about the traffic; New homes and shops qualm. 485
On the carpet with Kylie... EXHIBITION: Team of fitters get up close and personal with the Australian pop princess. 510
Open night to meet demand; MEDIA: Would-be students can sign up for course at new centre. 362
OTHER JOKES INCLUDE; COMIC RELIEF. 135
Pick of the day. 194
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Premier League Darts (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 112
PLAY FREE and you could win pounds 50,000; GRAB SOME LUCK OF THE IRISH WITH OUR LUCKY CLOVER GAME Vernons. 314
pounds 11,000 camera to help treat cancer; HEALTH: Specialist equipment is donated by hospital's League of Friends. 277
Raid getaway driver jailed for five years; CRIME: Drama after trio caught stealing copper cables. 408
Record award. 86
Regal Rachel on a world tour in class. 215
Regal Rachel on a world tour in class. 209
Residents get pounds 1,000 surprise. 126
Residents to give priority to problems. 125
Richard is making a splash at 60; SUCCESS: Ex-Peugeot worker invests in car repair franchise. 83
Shoddy work at FIVE garages puts lives at risk. 362
Should Corrie's Tracy be locked up for life? 192
Speedway: Better than ever, Bees! SPEEDWAY: We'll be there or thereabouts, insists Coventry skipper Nicholls. 528
Speedway: Nicholls is eager to put down a marker. 844
Students' injection of drama into medicine. 250
Surprise option for Sublimity. 111
Teens attacked in street. 136
Teens' trek to change lives; CHALLENGE: Pair need more cash to fund expedition to help communities in Far East. 414
Titanic victims remembered. 86
Trident will be replaced. 171
Visit Paris and see one of the world's great races; TELEGRAPH READER HOLIDAYS. 292
Will growing city slow us to a crawl? Telegraph Comment. 174
WIN pounds 4,000 of prizes; Are you the Telegraph's next top model? including...a year's modelling contract a year's free hairdressing a professional portfolio. 750
Young rugby star suffers horror injury; FREAK ACCIDENT: Student hurt in training session. 305
YOUNG RUGBY STAR'S HORROR INJURY; Freak accident during training session. 354
YOUNG RUGBY STAR'S HORROR INJURY; Freak accident during training session. 283
Your Life daily: Catalogue an image; CATALOGUE shopping might have been seen as a bit 'common' at one time - but these days some of the hottest looks around are straight off the pages of a home shopping book. And with competitive prices, delivery to your door and time to decide if you want the item, it's an easy way to freshen up your look. So if you're looking to update your spring-summer wardrobe, we find out where to look. 357
Your Life daily: shopping gets makeover... 661
Your Rights; 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. 522
YOUR VIEWS; SINGLE STATUS: Industrial action hinges on high-level talks tomorrow. 192

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