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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'Fewer children drinking'. 221
'She was the best mother in the world' DIANA MEMORIAL DAY. Obituary 422
Ada's century is a first for home; MILESTONE: 100th birthday leads to double celebration. 355
Around the world in one visit; Gardening IT'S a small world, but is it really possible to visit a magnificent Egyptian court, a formal Italian garden and a Chinese temple all in one day? MAXINE BURNS did all that and more - without travelling further than Staffordshire. 579
Athletics: Marlon in the hands of fate. 424
Blaze pub still missed, say regulars; DEVELOPMENT: Residents turn out at planning inquiry to tell of loss to community. 452
Books. 719
Booze crackdown nets massive haul; ALCOHOL: Month-long police operation is hailed a success in cutting violence. 341
Brownies get on famously. 95
Brum's white population 'set to become a minority'. 169
Caught out by Spiderman's sweet treats; Helen Legh unplugged. 521
Chance to jump the Jag queue; FUNDRAISING: Long-awaited luxury car will go under the hammer at charity ball. 406
Charity funds run up on the treadmill. 289
City Irish heritage centre is planned; Bid to transform recreation ground. 306
City smokers lead way in kicking habit. 195
Crime writer books a place at library talks series. 193
Curtain up on corporate club. 113
Daily Poem. 100
DAYLIGHT ROBBERY! Amazing protest at Coventry hospital's car parking charges. 447
Early-release prisoners go back to crime. 124
Fascinating Avon stroll; Country Walks. 435
First students set to move in; CITY COLLEGE: Lure of brand-new facilities brings increase in course enrolments. 455
Food: Awards in best possible taste; THE search is on to find the region's best food and drink businesses. From cafes and restaurants to the people who cook in them, a region-wide award is hunting out the very best among those who serve food and drink to the public, using local produce. ANN EVANS finds out what the recipe is for success. 430
Football: Birchall wants a fresh start. 321
Football: City stars riding high; SKY BLUES. 168
Football: De Zeeuw's the Daddy for Sky Blues. 411
Football: Dimi's kept on his toes! SKY BLUES. 647
Football: Gerrard will play through the pain; SKY BLUES. 395
Football: Road to Sky Blue Heaven; SKY BLUES. 478
Football: Top men in field... SKY BLUES. 104
Goal-hungry Huppe aims to win over the crowd. 284
Guidance on how to obtain funding. 139
Health warning to young drinkers. 184
HIGHLIGHTS. 81
Ice Hockey: Why Blaze deal suits Weaver; ICE HOCKEY: Switch from Newcastle was a tough decision - but Joanthan relishes his new challenge. 515
In Brief. 105
Jail for man who turned on 'friend' Wheelchair victim's horror ordeal revealed. 348
Kiwi bids for shale insight; STOCK CARS. 223
Lanterns in planning row. 85
Letter: Your Say - Can't we keep anything nice? 99
Letter: Your Say - Destroy Afghan heroin trade. 153
Letter: Your Say - Happy motoring in the old 500. 172
Letter: Your Say - Keep our green vistas unsullied. 160
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 82
Letter: Your Say - Worrying delay over eye test. 264
Long wait looms for ruling on PO closures; HIT LIST: Anxious postmasters may not get decision until late next year. 354
Make a date with Holly and Fearne; Week End Television CILLA BLACK had better watch her dating laurels. Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton are about to embark on the dating game to find the perfect match for singletons everywhere. TV writer MARION McMULLEN finds out what the two cupids are plotting. 1125
Midwifery clinics to open. 187
Motor Racing: Jamie needs a quick change of luck; MOTORSPORT. 732
Motor Racing: Paul takes on the best; MOTORSPORT STOCK CARS. 282
On This Day. 83
ORGANIC GARDENS ARE PURE FUN! ++ ACTIVE ZONE PICTURE SPECIAL ++. 197
Panto dame's hunt for young talent; AUDITIONS: Chance for children to tread boards at new theatre. 370
Pick of the day. 219
Pick of the day. 196
Pledge over hospital cash; FINANCE CRISIS: There will be no bailing out, insist health chiefs. 263
Population boom for popular area; LIFESTYLE: Thousands move into south of county from other parts of the UK. 385
Private schools top exam table. 108
Quick Bites. 306
Region escapes measles menace. 144
Rugby Union: All set for the kick-off; Game On. 3110
Speedway: All too easy for dominant Bees. 514
Speedway: Draw brings on Wolves and Witches. 408
Speedway: Scott's running hot. 159
SPORTS QUIZ. 92
Take a peek into our past; Family Day Out HERITAGE OPEN DAYS EVER wondered what is behind those closed doors of our historic buildings? Heritage Open Days let you explore places that are normally closed to the public. ANN EVANS finds out what's on offer. 619
The vikings are coming! 113
The World Today: Dannii's blind date dilemma. 146
The World Today: Gang guilty of dad's 'pointless' murder; TRIAL VERDICT: Five boys sob uncontrollably after jury's decision. 337
The World Today: Madeleine parents sue paper over killing claim. 153
The World Today: Organic food sales hit pounds 2bn. 117
The World Today: Son's anger at father's death from superbug. 169
Thieves strip house roof in full view. 111
Top Attractions. 237
Tragic mystery behind man found hanging; DEATH: Homeowner's grim discovery in garden shed. 254
UK set for its wettest summer. 169
Well-wishers gather at Althorp estate; DIANA MEMORIAL DAY. 188
WIN ...a '10 years younger' makeover worth up to pounds 8,000; 10 YEARS YOUNGER Including hair, beauty, fitness, dental work, nutrition therapy, a new outfit and much more. 593
Woman guilty of pets neglect; No more animals, OAP told. 395
Young ladybird fans can spot the difference. 181
Your Life daily: Hospices need financial care; NO ONE likes to think about death or how they will spend their last days, but for some a hospice is a vital haven. Yet these amazing places are in severe financial crisis. One Warwickshire hospice faces having to raise pounds 800 every day because government funds barely cover their running costs. And without the support of unpaid volunteers they simply could not function. 1562
Your Shout: Why we spent our holidays at school; THE summer holidays are almost at an end but for some of Coventry and Warwickshire's youngsters it hasn't been a six-week rest. 546

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