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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 4, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'Plane' to see why Heatseeker is great flying fun; Computer Games. 353
A show of innovation. 151
Abba nice night - and aid hospice. 100
Alarm drama. 91
Arrest after ballot box attack. 109
Back in charity saddle. 130
Bands get ready to rock for Covstock. 415
Beethoven cycle at Hinckley. 114
BLOOMING WONDERFUL! COLOUR SHOW: Warmest April for 350 years brings a spring palette of blues and yellows. 345
Boat show tickets on sale. 82
Bottle-throwing yobs wreck cup final date. 316
Brits lose their sense of community. 216
Brush Strokes. 227
Burglars in gems getaway. 98
Canada and China to their touring. 86
Cash for green ideas. 84
Cathedral visit by the punk monk. 134
Cheltenham winners; Jazz. 363
Circus night is big tops. 107
Company offers 'green grants'. 96
Compost tips for gardeners. 129
Concern at patients hooked on Nurofen; The World Today. 109
COSTUME DRAMA FOR KIRI; COMPETITION: Talented Coventry designers walk away with two out of three top prizes at prestigious event MAD UK Live. 446
Cranberries star sets out on solo career; Rock. 364
Cricket: Ambrose blasts double ton. 109
Cricket: Ambrose stakes England claim. 492
Cricket: England get a Gayle warning. 515
Cricket: Hoping to reign this time; BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE CRICKET: Leamington keeping their fingers crossed as the new local league season begins. 400
Cricket: Hoping to reign this time; CRICKET: Leamington keeping their fingers crossed as the new local league season begins BIRMINGHAM LEAGUE. 402
Cricket: Old Boys starting new division with a stern task; CRICKET: Leamington keeping their fingers crossed as the new local league season begins WARWICKSHIRE LEAGUE. 203
Cricket: Sangakkara's Bears debut put back again; CRICKET: The latest Warwickshire and County Championship news. 324
Crisps are top 'trashy' treat. 121
Crowe vintage fails to linger; DVD. 365
Cut above. 84
Cyclist died after bike was clipped; INQUEST: Accidental death verdict recorded. 401
Death crash teenager's sentence cut; APPEAL: Custody term reduced for driver who took drugs. 301
Discover new life in a brand new Galaxy; Motors. 633
DNA test to reveal heart attack risk. 119
Extra centre planned at site. 213
Fast lane to romance. 89
Football: Adders boss in winning finale. 82
Football: Dowie's in for keeper; Sky Blues boss insists on creating 'fierce competition' in his squad. 478
Football: Hammers fine angers Wigan. 89
Football: Hood memorial. 94
Football: Knitters 'can win' FOOTBALL: Looking back over a disappointing season for Manor Park side. 214
Football: Lack of home goals was Boro let-down; FOOTBALL: Looking back over a disappointing season for Manor Park side. 579
Football: Lack of home goals was Boro let-down; FOOTBALL: Looking back over a disappointing season for Manor Park side. 796
Football: Mullholland steps down as Stratford boss; FOOTBALL: Looking back over a disappointing season for Manor Park side. 238
Former stalwart of the city council dies; OBITUARY: Tributes paid to ex-boss remembered for integrity and high standards. Obituary 397
Formula One: Coulthard blasts back. 140
Four on trial for 'ferocious' attack; The World Today. 102
Fresh plan for historic tower; PROJECT: Council planners cannot say when scheme will go ahead. 269
Game's the real deal to impress clients; CORPORATE HOSPITALITY: Bank staff latest to take on tennis champs. 327
Green fingers to be cultivated. 185
Hey kids - fancy being Oliver? 247
HORROR AT FOUL DOORSTEP CONMEN; Burglars urinate in bedroom of their OAP victims, 83 and 79. 340
Hospital needle terror for cleaner; HEALTH: Woman will have to wait three months for result of tests. 350
How YouTube can make you a star; Your Life daily A COUPLE of years ago, only computer geeks had heard of YouTube. Now it is THE buzzword of the moment and the video-sharing website has become a global phenomenon. So what's it all about and how do you join in the fun? 759
Is your little one the cutest kid? 82
Kalossal bargain in sedate supermini at a city car price; Motors And aftercare service is just as excellent! 407
Kirsten caught the acting bug early; Cinema. 407
Latest Releases. 207
Legends salute Ball; The World Today FUNERAL: Heroes of 1966 say farewell to team-mate. 300
Letter: Your Say - Customers a nuisance to PO. 110
Letter: Your Say - Fond memories of a great swing bowler. 142
Letter: Your Say - Forget endless comparisons. 117
Letter: Your Say - Sending Prince Harry to Iraq will endanger other soldiers. 183
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 84
Letter: Your Say - Wrong route for Bendibus. 105
LibDems the early losers as Tories gain; Power cuts hit hi-tech voting system. 402
Liverpool poet launch for festival. 144
Mali meets Marley in Tinariwen sound. 80
Man is hit over head with chair. 80
Media students say move over Wogan; COLLEGE: Budding DJs are licensed to thrill their radio station listeners. 236
Mike's Waterboys take the plunge once again; Folk. 308
More is more for school readers. 222
Motors: Back to basics with safety. 261
Motors: Beware of insurance small print. 479
Motors: Birthday makeover is full of power and fun. 705
Motors: New baby adds value to the Subaru family; Assurance and equipment on offer without the high price and performance . . . 566
Motors: Pure excitement - but it comes at a high price. 459
Motors: Riding in perfect harmony. 215
New 'tag league' offers chance to stay fit. 156
OAP victims of filthy thieves. 208
Ops are ruled offside; Planners turn down bid for a mobile hospital at rugby club. 340
Pam Ann's the hostess with the mostest; Theatre. 555
Parents 'pay for schools to do their job' The World Today. 126
Pick of the day. 210
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Snooker (Eurosport, 7.15pm). 93
Play area will be Kim's special place; MEMORIAL: Widower and daughter see tribute unveiled to school support worker. 355
Police probe voting at city polling station. 499
Police to target bus shelter vandals. 159
Poppy hero Jim wins an award. 304
Probe launched into freedom leap from dock; REVEALED: How 'dangerous' defendant dodged security. 396
RAMPAGING YOBS RUIN BIG CUP DATE FOR YOUNGSTERS; Gang trouble forces cancellation of junior soccer soccer final. 424
RAMPAGING YOBS RUIN BIG DAY FOR CITY YOUNGSTERS; Gang trouble forces cancellation of junior soccer cup final match. 411
Register offices suspend system. 125
Ricoh wows youngsters. 113
Royal & Sun Alliance. 124
Rugby Union: County launch bid for home final in Shield. 417
Security on list for market shoppers. 156
Shame of mum in cheques ruse; COURT: Woman sentenced over pounds 78,780 false accounting. 444
Show's double helping of divas. 155
Six-day power cut leaves MP fuming. 276
Sound Bites. 202
Speed way: Bees blow as Nicholls is ruled out; SPEEDWAY: Grand Prix crash causes problems for derby double against Wolves. 670
Stage Whispers. 150
Stars set to shine in a Warwick summer; Classical. Theater review 332
Stripped to bones for new image; CHEERS: Irish pub to reopen. 344
Take That show hopefuls have a little patience; AUDITIONS: Dozens queue for place in musical. 357
Tenders go out for work on hospice; News of the latest moves in the work to raise pounds 5 million for a new hospice for Coventry. 188
The Tigers, their eighth. 119
These poor folk have only walls to stare at... CARE HOMES: Desperate wife calls for TV licence rules to be eased. 478
Three on police bail after raids. 150
Urgent plea for help with foster care. 226
Urgent plea for help with foster care. 224
Video clips taking the web by storm; Your Life daily. 255
Volvo rises to the challenge with chic look; Motors. 411
We love teaching kids to be alert at kerb; ROAD SAFETY: Mums given time off from supermarket to help schoolchildren. 320
We need more space to build our floats; APPEAL: Organisers have pounds 100,000 grant but no 'home'. 259
What's On: WEB HOT; Spider-Man is back and this time he's... Cinema. 530
What's On: Your 60 SECOND guide to the week ahead. Calendar 437
WIN ...pop compilation CDs. 217
WIN Minder DVDs. 334
WIN Spider-Man tickets and movie goodies. 150
WIN tickets to see Il Divo. 226
Wonder cream set for sales stampede; ANTI-AGEING: New stocks expected of product made famous by TV programme. 435
Woolmer probe focuses on CCTV tapes. 168
Young painters go to the edge; Art. 341
Your Say: Daily Poem; A NEW DAWN. 107
Your Say: Reader Pictures. 80
Zara saddles up for next challenge. 169

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