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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 10, 2007)

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'DISGUSTING' WEBSITE BANNED; Local woman set up global chat room to ridicule mentally ill. 875
All you will need is a toothbrush. 225
Ann open letter too Bill Gates; SKY BLUES: More of your views on the current crisis at Coventry City ... whose fault is it, how to proceed now and what the future holds for the club and its supporters. 248
As brothers, we aim to fight side by side; ARMY RECRUITS: New pals from Malawi join siblings to sign up. 411
Athletics: Beth romps to a new course record. 202
Be the first in line for luxury canalside living. 321
Bishop tells of 'stimulating' visit to Syria. 112
Blame City for mess; SKY BLUES: More of your views on the current crisis at Coventry City ... whose fault is it, how to proceed now and what the future holds for the club and its supporters FANS' comments on the crisis at Coventry City continue to flood into the forums on our website ww.iccoventry.co.uk. To join in visit the website and click Join The Debate. Here's a selection of what some were saying.... 1041
Business Report: Skills shortage looms on horizon. 142
Business Report: Success of scheme is celebrated at dinner. 81
Business Report: Tesco contract is in the bag; SECURITY: Firm pulls in new business after relocating. 367
Car theft. 106
CATCH THE ACTION. 97
Chamber boss hails offices regeneration. 178
Chance to learn more on diabetes. 124
Court In Brief. 874
Cricket: Carter contract boost for Bears; CRICKET: Warwickshire star puts faith in new coaches with new one-year deal. 413
Cycling: Ex-champ back to winning ways. 709
Date of mugged OAP's funeral. 112
Defiant postal staff ready to strike again; DISPUTE: Christmas deliveries could be affected if action goes on, warns union. 371
Drinks ban on supermarket; LICENCE REVOKED: Magistrates told of antisocial behaviour. 252
Fans discuss how to raise a quick pounds 5m to rescue the Sky Blues; SKY BLUES: More of your views on the current crisis at Coventry City ... whose fault is it, how to proceed now and what the future holds for the club and its supporters. 442
Festive trees need sponsors. 125
Follow mum Gill on her journey of transformation; ++ MAKEOVER WINNER ++ 10 YEARS YOUNGER. 812
Food court to turn catwalk. 84
Football: Brakes switch kick-off. 99
Football: Club 'needs expert to find fresh financial backing'. 427
Football: FOCUS ON THE FOOTBALL; Dowie's message to players amid takeover turmoil. 242
Football: Hill: Blame me for mess. 280
Football: Kyle fights for his place. 384
Football: No complaints as Boro hit hard by Wolves. 299
Football: Rooney itching for action. 241
Football: Town unlucky not to reap more. 177
Football: You can help just by being at Ricoh. 394
Force gets top rating. 140
FOUR-BED MODERN DETACHED HOME IN KERESLEY. 150
FOUR-BED, SEMI-DETACHED HOME IN KERESLEY. 226
Giles right for the job says Botham. 222
Homes by the water. 132
I nearly died on my 15th birthday - on my 16th I'm going to have a real party! 465
Ice Hockey: Blaze coach dismisses talk of cup curse. 269
In Brief: Countdown to half term. 86
In Brief: Dream for Bard fans. 89
Jail under control of inmates, claim; RYE HILL: Boss in action pledge as prison regime under fresh attack. 454
Jamelia saw it in a boy's eyes - it's love for keeps. 132
Join us on our biking adventure. 310
Letter: Your Say - . . . I READ M T Hancock's. 109
Letter: Your Say - Daily Poem. 174
Letter: Your Say - No confidence in the'taxman'. 176
Letter: Your Say - Old days were not so great. 215
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 107
LOVELY CHARACTER COTTAGE IN SHILTON. 198
LOVELY FAMILY HOME; ++ PROPERTY OF THE WEEK ++. 316
MAIN ATTRACTION; Severn Trent offices could be a draw for major players like... 414
Man died after nurses ignored food warning; TRAGEDY: Coroner cites 'neglect' over patient given toast that staff knew he shouldn't eat. 657
Man sought in connection with death of woman. 177
MODERN SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE IN KERESLEY. 208
Money arrives to help venues. 243
Moving tale of friendship is definitely worth a visit; Theatre Review. 180
MP issues climate challenge to pupils. 166
New gallery helps mark jubilee. 139
No need to pretend to like camping; TELEGRAPH TRAVEL. 509
Nostalgia: Carol's new dream at the Ricoh. 758
ONE-BEDROOM BUNGALOW IN ALLESLEY PARK. 112
Open day invitation; Special Open Day, Saturday, October 13. 350
Pick of the day. 186
PICK OF THE DAY; Live International Cricket (Sky Sports 1, 9.30am). 118
Plea to driver after beating. 260
Police release checklist to help beat identity theft. 264
REFURBISHED THREE BEDROOM HOME IN EARLSDON. 205
Remove temptation for arsonists, plea; BLAZE DRAMA: Firefighters urge people to clear piles of rubbish. 312
Residents join drive to clean the streets; ACTION PLAN: Neighbours rally round to help build pride in the area. 393
Road patrol could have saved my boy from this ordeal; HUNT FOR LOLLIPOP WARDENS A TELEGRAPH CAMPAIGN. 701
Rugby Union: Doctor's order for Sheridan. 119
Runners push the boat out to help centre. 118
Safety first for civic bonfire. 232
Singer's warning on drugs. 115
SPACIOUS THREE-BED FAMILY HOME IN ALLESLEY PARK. 219
Speedway: Bees complete the set; SPEEDWAY: Riders on course for treble and team's most remarkable ever season. 595
SPORTS QUIZ. 91
Tarnished by this cruel bullying; Telegraph Comment. 162
The World Today: Double vow from Darling; BUDGET REPORT: Labour will cut tax and invest in NHS and Education. 376
The World Today: Georgina is backing England all the way. 233
The World Today: Jockey Fallon could have won race at a canter. 150
The World Today: Kylie's back. 83
The World Today: Nurses want rest of money. 93
The World Today: Specs appeal. 91
THREE BEDROOM TERRACE IN COUNDON. 175
THREE-BED FAMILY HOME IN CHAPELFIELDS. 192
THREE-BED FAMILY HOME IN DAIMLER GREEN. 223
TOP CLASS CASH pounds 10,000 in cash must be won by schools in Coventry and Warwickshire; BARCLAYS CALLING ALL PRIMARY SCHOOLS...JOIN OUR FANTASTIC COMPETITION. 691
TRADITIONAL DOUBLE-BAY PROPERTY IN KERESLEY. 86
TWO-BED DETACHED BUNGALOW IN STYVECHALE. 148
University in trust talks with schools; EDUCATION: Link-up will lead to more sharing of knowledge and expertise. 294
Villagers invited to meet officers. 143
Voluntary workers set out their stall. 195
We walked in the footsteps of Wordsworth; TELEGRAPH TRAVEL British Break A peaceful weekend away from the kids amid stunning scenery of the Lake District. 917
We'll raise a cup to Canon Evans; EXHIBITION: Commemorative mugs go on sale at launch of tribute. 355
WELL PRESENTED TRADITIONAL HOME IN KERESLEY. 210
Women take on council in pay row; TRIBUNAL: Equality hearing involving 600 could have huge implications. 437
Young people who make the world a better place; the COVENTRY TLC in the community. 886
Your Life daily: Under the skin of the latest craze. 1333

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