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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 8, 2007)

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'Sisters' celebrate Godiva legend; Spectacle is watched by hundreds. 291
A pint of the royal guest. 224
Athletics: Christine on a go slow in Zurich. 221
Bike Racing: Getting better all the time, says Cal; MOTORSPORT WWW.CRASH.NET. 719
Bomb alert: No charges expected; EVACUATION: Police believe woman shopper left package as a well-meant gift. 347
Books. 686
Bracelet snatched in park. 127
Catch a ride with Thomas and pals; Family Day Out SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY CHILDREN'S favourite Thomas the Tank Engine and friends will be chugging along to the Severn Valley Railway this weekend. ANN EVANS tracks down the loco to discover exactly where the fun is taking place. 326
Charity ball with lots of extras . . . 164
Chris proves he's a high-flier. 215
Classic cars on show in town centre. 157
Crash passenger out of hospital. 138
Cricket: Bears looking for new coach. 587
Cricket: Ramps gives Surrey edge at Edgbaston. 410
Daily Poem; SKY BLUE DREAMS. 88
Electric blanket test offer. 110
Focus on police stations. 123
Food: Matt's organic goodness has winning taste; ORGANIC fortnight runs until September 16 and is a great opportunity for people to change to a healthier way of eating. For many people it's already a way of life - people such as Matt Watts, executive chef at Garden Organic's award-winning restaurant. Matt tells ANN EVANS why he's passionate about organic food. 549
Football: McKenzie's short measure keeps him on top of the charts; SKY BLUES actim. 161
Football: Pushed from pillar to post; SKY BLUES. 685
Football: When City tamed the Red Devils; SKY BLUES. 391
Free bus pass to anywhere in country. 180
Gala goes on despite floods. 122
Gala night as Belgrade reopens. Concert review 263
Gardening: Nursery is our own back yard; YOU can't beat a family-run nursery where the staff love their plants and care about their customers. ANN EVANS meets the small team with big hearts who run Littlehurst Nursery in Corley. 535
Hunt is on for user-friendly buildings; ++ 2007 COVENTRY DESIGN AWARDS ++. 326
I've bought my ticket to dream - or even win; unplugged. 523
Ice Hockey: Carly steps up in eventing class; ICE HOCKEY: Coventry must look to better last season's double, says forward EQUESTRIAN. 262
Ice Hockey: Cowley: Blaze must aim to win the lot; ICE HOCKEY: Coventry must look to better last season's double, says forward. 346
Ice Hockey: Thommo sees tide turning; ICE HOCKEY: Coventry must look to better last season's double, says forward. 250
In Brief. 124
In Brief: Electric blanket test offer. 201
It's in your hands, Robinson; England keeper has my full confidence, says McClaren. 503
It's sci-fi heaven at hotel; CONVENTION: Fans can meet their science fiction heroes at the Leofric. 455
Jewell is cool on Derby and Leicester links. 185
Letter: Your Say - Great has gone out of Britain. 205
Letter: Your Say - Put NHS back in public hands. 259
Letter: Your Say - When Queen ruled the stage. 328
Martial arts champs at academy. 99
Motor Racing: FIA warn McLaren drivers to come clean; MOTORSPORT FORMULA ONE. 269
Mountain of old specs a welcome sight. 293
No hiding place for Lindsay killing suspect; MANHUNT: Eyes out all over the world thanks to Internet campaign by family. 380
Nostalgia Extra: Arthur rescued four men while under fire-he said he was just doing his duty; HEROIC TALE OF COVENTRY'S ONLY GREAT WAR VICTORIA CROSS WINNER NINETY years ago, the British Army was locked into one of the biggest battles of the First World War - the Third Battle of Ypres, popularly known as the Battle of Passchendaele. 1168
Pet SOS. 93
Pick of the day. 136
Plea for return of electoral forms. 132
Police accuse Maddy mum; The World Today. 390
Police in fresh plea over M69 death. 228
Quest for young and old to live in harmony; LOTTERY FUNDING: pounds 50,000 boost for project aimed at exploring neighbourliness. 331
Racegoers' fury as meeting is abandoned; COMPLAINTS: Punters say they deserve a full refund. 390
Rugby Union: Ashton bullish over England's prospects. 513
Rugby Union: Goode's bad luck with injuries hurt Lions cause. 317
Rugby Union: Just one Corleto... France are stunned in World Cup opener. 372
Rugby Union: Mixed blessings as Nuns get early-season break. 380
Rugby Union: United we stand; Great team spirit will help Cov fight back from opening day defeat says Clayton. 423
Sisters living in dread of bunny virus; MYXOMATOSIS: Rabbit sanctuary on red alert as owners urged to get pets vaccinated. 383
Speedway: Pirates' barbs backfire. 542
Speedway: Speedway: Rory's looking for Robins revenge. 313
Strike up the band. 138
Studio planned. 111
Sunday: HIGHLIGHTS. 97
Sunday: Pick of the day. 220
Through woods to Domesday site; Country Walks. 609
Time for Derek to cut and run! RETIREMENT: Popular barber calls it a day after more than 55 years. 474
Volunteers snap to it to help out church. 301
Week End: Georgia is under doctor's orders; Television IT'S all change for former Coronation Street favourite Georgia Taylor as she joins BBC1's Casualty tonight. TV writer MARION McMULLEN finds out what's in store for the new doc on the block. 876
WIN a family ticket to... Billy SMARTS CIRCUS. 217
YOU MAKE SICK TOT'S DREAM COME TRUE; Generous Telegraph readers give Madison the magic of Disneyland. 498
Your Shout: Should you be allowed to vote at 16? 511

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