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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 13, 2007)

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'Bomb' turned out to be case full of clothes; SUSPECT PACKAGE: Chaos during city's rushhour. 348
'Village green' verdict awaited; Residents still have to find pounds 10,000 costs. 364
18 Judges Will Choose Europe's Beauty Queen. 341
Act now to save our Sky Blues; SKY BLUES. 833
Art show's visitors are moved to tears; MENTAL HEALTH: Exhibition proves how creativity can be beneficial. 361
Astrology. 682
Bard boost for England. 111
Beauty range a hit in India. 96
Bluetongue restrictions set to be eased; The World Today. 186
Books. 795
Bosses inspired by motor racing. 120
Brick smashes windscreen. 94
Bullying tactics will not work. 289
C. N. Williams. 121
Campaign highlights community policing. 102
Carmel's woven a folk song collection; MUSIC: Coventry former nursing sister releases a CD of Irish tunes, called Silver Threads. 318
CATHEDRAL CONSECRATED; A Great Day for Coventry: Historic and Moving Ceremony in Presence of the Queen 'Offering of Beauty in the Service of God'. 160
Club on a mission for new members. 124
Coal Board Now Reaping 'Harvest'. 85
Council's advice for residents due housing benefit cheques. 100
Couple suffer hoodie ordeal; ROBBERY: Gun threat as city flat is raided. 308
Cricket: Maddy worried about Hong Kong event. 296
CROSS OF NAILS ENDS PILGRIMAGE; Torch-bearer Escort Through City Centre Set on High Altar of Cathedral. 644
Daily Poem. 102
Double time for offenders; The World Today. 363
Ex-hospital boss off Down Under; HEALTH: Former chief's track record impresses new employer in Tasmania. 343
Fears for missing man, aged 64. 109
Food: Spreading a healthy message; IT was a lesson in healthy sandwich making at two local schools when Sainsbury's turned up laden with the ingredients - and a whole lot more. ANN EVANS went along to watch the children in action. 466
Football: Gray back in the fray; Game On. 691
Football: McClaren puts his faith in Campbell. 290
Football: Taxman 'could send City under' Club may be victim of row over creditor payments. 597
Free boxing lessons on offer. 167
Gardening: Allotments improving with age; GARDENING is one of the best ways of keeping fit - all that fresh air, gentle exercise and healthy homegrown produce. ANN EVANS meets a group of veteran gardeners who have discovered that their hobby is even more fun when done with friends. 543
Have you got a tattoo? 91
Ice Hockey: Coventry confound the doubters. 521
In Brief. 128
In Brief: Talks at uni. 80
It lifted my self-esteem. 125
Jade draws main prize. 202
Jane takes poetry crown; LITERARY FESTIVAL: Writer's excitement at one-year honorary post. 293
Launch of new family service. 174
Letter: Your Say - Backward step on the buses. 166
Letter: Your Say - Hospital deaths are a warning. 98
Letter: Your Say - Join our call for more screening. 274
Letter: Your Say - Show was pain to watch as well. 207
Letter: Your Say - Thanks for a blooming great result. 186
Lord Mayor taps into family tree. 172
Magic of Motown grabs Natasha. 194
McTV; What's hot and what's not on the box... 241
Meet the rest of the Dragons. 456
Moss is to Have Nose Operation. 96
Motor Racing: Darren takes a turn away from tourers; MOTORSPORT. 905
Muggles can brush up on witchcraft and wizardry. 133
Murder charge man in court. 91
Music director breaks new ground. 196
New Bliss Cantata Will be on Home Service. 422
New therapies service 'is long overdue'. 212
Newton to perform at ceremony; GODIVA AWARDS: Organisers are delighted that chart-topping musician has agreed to appear. 262
Nostalgia: Hunt for team mate to relive glory days of Charity Cup win. 216
Nostalgia: Is swimming shield still floating about somewhere? 165
Nurse, 42, is struck off over sex texts to patient. 114
On the trail of old treasures. 99
Pet SOS; (These and many more homeless dogs can be found at Dogs Trust, Honiley, near Kenilworth). 100
Pick of the day. 225
Pick of the day. 238
Roads set to close for half marathon; GODIVA EVENT: 2,500 runners will be taking part in city challenge. 314
Rocking to the tune of pounds 4,500. 199
Royal Mail bullying tactics will not work; MAIL CRISIS: High Court slaps injunction on next week's proposed walk-outs. 494
Rugby rivals square up for a battle of bravado; WORLD CUP: French and English students pitch in ahead of tonight's crucial match. 374
Rugby Union: Back spots a French flaw. 189
Rugby Union: Ben 'has a big future' in new role as flanker. 300
Rugby Union: Invasion of fans will lift England. 636
Rugby Union: Karl's back after 'fantastic' recovery job. 282
Rugby Union: Nimmo gives loan scheme thumbs up. 592
Rugby Union: Open side flanker Darren Clayton. 114
San Lorenzo's shameful night at Highfield Rd; SKY BLUES. 716
School library starts a new chapter. 154
Screen bid scrapped. 96
Shields for Brigade Brothers. 206
Speedway: Back to business in Shield showdown. 314
Speedway: Bees duo join bid for massive prize. 718
Subways lead Rick to top arts award; PHOTOGRAPHY: Prize-winner hopes his unusual images can have safety spin-off. 263
Surprise in store as cubs and beavers set up camp. 156
Take look behind the mask; Family Day Out INTERNATIONAL MASK FESTIVAL, STOURBRIDGE HERE'S a family day out with a difference. The world's first International Mask Festival takes place at Stourbridge with workshops, performances and exhibitions. ANN EVANS goes behind the scenes. 650
Teacher Val's joy at scooping top prize; COMMUNITY AWARDS: Seven unsung heroes get their deserved recognition. 1010
Teenager robbed and hit by balaclava-clad knifeman. 154
Three face trial on cannabis charge. 100
TOP CLASS CASH; CALLING ALL PRIMARY SCHOOLS...JOIN OUR FANTASTIC COMPETITION pounds 10,000 in cash must be won by schools in Coventry and Warwickshire. 695
Tough opener for Blaze in Denmark. 395
Vet fees dilemma. 89
We loved old-time dance by young 'uns; ENTERTAINMENT: Teen volunteers learn how to waltz to put on a show. 455
Week End: Enter the DRAGONS; Television ARE you brave enough to venture in the dragon's lair? TV writer MARION McMULLEN braves the fire-breathing dangers to check out the new Dragon who will be unsheathing his claws next week. 781
Week will highlight work of the police. 110
Well-marked stroll next to fishing lakes; Country Walks. 567
Which author will get your vote? 246
WIN a new cooker worth pounds 550; COMET we live electricals. 262
Woman loses pounds 4,000 to thief. 113
Your Shout: Harder exams would prepare pupils for uni; THE GOVERNMENT is to make a bid to restore public confidence in the exam system by creating an independent exams watchdog. Education secretary Ed Balls is making the move because he wants to end the debate about whether or not A-levels and GCSEs are getting easier. Education reporter LUCY LYNCH asked what students at Warwick University thought. 410
Youth throws brick at driver. 130

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