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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 20, 2007)

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'Chernobyl' rap is withdrawn; INCINERATOR: Criticism was 'throwaway remark'. 265
'Landlord' held in police sting; TENANT: Whitefriars tipped off after concerns about pounds 450 bond demand. 361
2 FOR 1 admission to Waterworld; ++ HALF-TERM OFFER ++. 144
Animal qualities in your partner. 139
Award nominees at venue. 128
Basketball: Crusaders look for weekend cup double. 145
Belgrade specials. 169
Bhutto will not give in to militants; The World Today. 172
Books. 858
Boys detained for dad killing; The World Today CONVICTION: 'Disgraceful and criminally irresponsible' act. 308
Called to the bar; Food JUST once a year you can banish the guilt and indulge in one of our favourite passions - chocolate. This is Chocolate Week and what better excuse do you need than an official celebration? 571
Canal frames a pleasant stroll; Country Walks SUTTON CHENEY TO DADLINGTON - 3 1/2 miles, Map 232 Explorer. 394
Cancer ward design controversy. 82
Castle raises the spirits; Family Day Out WARWICK CASTLE THERE is great half-term fun in Coventry and Warwickshire next week for the whole family to enjoy. From Halloween fun at Warwick Castle to storytelling and craft activities ANN EVANS takes a glimpse at the exciting attractions on offer. 734
Chance to become a star. 86
Charity day of bangers and cash. 124
COME ON, ENGLAND! World Cup final fever sweeps Coventry and Warwickshire. 308
Cricket: Bell's a future England skipper; CRICKET: Darren Gough predicts Warwickshire's star batsman will soon lead his country. 466
Cricket: Benefit for Powell. 172
Cricket: Loudon swops county for career in the City. 305
Driver safe as car flips. 289
Eliot projects boost tourism. 124
End of an era as shop closes after 101 years. 427
Ex-council worker jailed over arson attacks. 201
Face on the train returned to haunt me. 584
Family run - then walk down aisle; HALF-MARATHON: Mum sets the pace for charity. 301
First Night of passion; Television ONE of the sexiest novels in literature is being brought to the small screen by Warwickshire writer Andrew Davies. TV writer MARION McMULLEN checks out the bawdy tale of a young girl trying to make her way in the wicked city. 1044
Football: City axe Ell of a shock for Ward; Game On. 785
Football: Legends Lounge is Ricoh tribute to City's greats; SKY BLUES. 539
Hard work pays off for school; EDUCATION: Joy as inspectors praise progress and improved teaching. 289
Humourist Coren dies; The World Today. 81
Ice Hockey: Let's hear it for the fans, says Blaze boss. 331
Ice Hockey: Sport overload? I've got it taped. 625
In Brief. 118
John's 49 years of loyal service; RETIREMENT: Keen photographer is presented with digital camera on last day at work. 249
Launch day for sports horse centre. 125
Letter: Your Say - Bold step for the Belgrade. 202
Letter: Your Say - Police must put a stop to bad driving. 207
Letter: Your Say - Sympathy for desperate driver. 199
Letter: Your Say - Thanks for a charity success. 141
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 86
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 91
Looking ahead to the spring. 166
Man for trial accused of bigamy. 105
McTV; What's hot and what's not on the box... 263
Motor Racing: Cal claims that top three spot - at last; MOTORSPORT. 855
Motor Racing: Nervous night as Bees secure Shield at Brandon. 218
Nibbles on shopping list; PET RESCUE: Sisters go home with rabbit after trip to shops. 327
Nostalgia: Footballing friends at Little Heath; A LOOK BACK AT THE SPORTS TEAMS OF YESTERYEAR. 183
Nostalgia: Rafting team heading for the falls; A LOOK BACK AT THE SPORTS TEAMS OF YESTERYEAR. 389
Nostalgia: Sky Blues players going Dutch; A LOOK BACK AT THE SPORTS TEAMS OF YESTERYEAR. 167
Pick of the day. 202
Police hunt for vandal. 146
Potato firm fined pounds 15,000 over fires; ENVIRONMENT: Repeated warnings about burning rubbish were ignored. 427
Proof Peugeot is here to stay; CBI guests in tour of new HQ. 280
Pumpkins on the light side; HUBBLE-bubble, toil and trouble - there is a spot of bother in the pumpkin patch this year. ANN EVANS finds out what's happening with our most popular Halloween vegetable and discovers how local growers are being encouraged to show off their gourd-growing successes ...but can you do any better? Gardening. 630
Rattling good pounds 50,000 total. 172
Rattling good pounds 50,000. 109
Road-pricing 'cooling off' is welcomed. 223
Rugby Union: Bluffer's guide; WORLD CUP REPORT. 449
Rugby Union: Hots shots are back together for Lions. 228
Rugby Union: Nuns form good enough for a win. 304
Rugby Union: Ricky relishing dream chance. 774
Schools are all set for the big match; RUGBY WORLD CUP: Children get behind their countries' teams. 355
Service will put focus on grief. 80
Shocking state of electric blankets revealed. 205
Singer Sammi's so glad to be back with son; ACCIDENT: Mum who is suffering from rare condition is finally home from hospital. 459
Speedway: Close call as Bees take Shield. 559
Speedway: Crump to join Brandon celebration. 152
Speedway: Just bank on Billy to meet the challenge. 461
Sunday: Pick of the day. 204
Tell us all about your pet hates. 104
The day Ollie sacked Dowie; SKY BLUES. 223
TOP CLASS CASH pounds 10,000 in cash must be won by schools in Coventry and Warwickshire; CALLING ALL PRIMARY SCHOOLS... JOIN OUR FANTASTIC COMPETITION. 515
Tried & Teste - posh chocs. 317
TV chef set for sizzling show-up; STAR GUEST: Huge crowds expected for celebrity signing session at city bookstore. 246
TV station gives up Diana material; The World Today. 155
Warning over stolen drugs. 128
We deserve final shot at glory; England skipper Vickery eyes World Cup title. 984
Why we should celebrate Eid in school. 516
WIN ...recipe book for your dog. 162
Woman attacked on canal towpath. 351
Women make donation. 136

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