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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 12, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
6 games that shaped the season. 551
A belly good way to say thank you! 278
A brush with art and cars; Family Day Out ENJOY a day out - and discover some very different collections that form an important part of our heritage. 422
Alien invaders make sleepover out of this world! THEATRE INITIATIVE: Night Bus scheme puts museum in running for an award. 441
Another year on and we're still top of the pile. 687
Armed raiders flee empty-handed. 96
Bell: I'm sticking with England; I'd rather have 100 Test caps than play in the IPL, says Warwicks ace. 443
Billy moves on to a new life of leisure; RETIREMENT: Popular cleaner has worked at pool site for 45 years. 313
Bob in running for charity title. 110
Bogus workers damage roof. 185
Book review: Traumatic race that still inspires; in association with First MINI MONSTER FUN BIKE & RUN. 268
Books: CHILDREN'S; A Visitor for Bear by Bonny Becker (Walker Books, pounds 10.99). 96
Books: CRIME; A Killing Frost by R D Wingfield (Bantam Press, pounds 14.99 hardback). 120
Books: CRIME; Unknown Means by Elizabeth Becka (Orion, pounds 18.99 hardback). 149
Books: ESPIONAGE; The Prince of Bagram Prison by Alex Carr, (Orion pounds 14.99, hardback). 151
Books: FICTION; Conspiracy Game by Christine Feehan (Piatkus, pounds 6.99). 104
Boos mean we're the best, says coach. 212
Brain condition affects 120,000 in UK alone. 130
Budding rappers hone skills; ++ PERFORMING ARTS ++. 267
Burglars take watch and TV. 118
Call for EU-wide child alert system. 122
Canada looks streets ahead. 202
Chance for public to raise concerns. 167
City Farm bosses set date for closure. 190
Coleman's call to arms; SKY BLUES. 220
Council's status leaps up from 'weak' to 'good' JUBILANT: Town Hall shortlisted for a national award. 391
Country Walks: Great views are par for the course; AROUND 'THE WARWICKSHIRE' - Four miles, Map 221 Explorer. 512
Court In Brief. 545
Cricket: Bears get Carter fit for the challenge. 559
Cricket: Bell can't wait to join county's new set-up. 441
Cricket: Edgbaston Test dates. 104
Cricket: Reeve in running for job as NZ coach. 286
Crime in region drops to lowest level for 18 years. 151
Daily Poem. 123
Dance group aims to be top act at awards; ++ PERFORMING ARTS ++. 212
Flowing water inspires dancers; ++ PERFORMING ARTS ++. 171
Friends forum is 'for the Record'. 103
Glory Boys: The trophies just keep on coming! 542
Gremlins scupper Bees'run. 510
HOSPITAL STAFF UNDER ATTACK; George Eliot named among most violent NHS trusts in country. 417
How could anyone do something like this? 500
How did they do? Coventry Telegraph ice hockey columnist ANTONY HOPKER gives his verdict on Blaze's line-up. 557
I might leave Labour Party; EX-UNION MAN: Tax hikes are a kick in the teeth for poorly paid. 347
I Spy... Chuck; What's good and bad on the box... Catch up with more of our TV blogs at 158
In Brief. 115
It's no Roman holiday for DrWho. 99
Johnston's friends reunited plan. 250
Knife wielded by shop raider. 147
Landlord calls in the fire brigade. 156
Lap dancing protest. 91
Letter: Your Say - City resources frit tered away. 200
Letter: Your Say - Don't miss your chance to vote. 154
Letter: Your Say - Doom-mongers strangely silent. 121
Letter: Your Say - Improve facilities for city bowlers. 179
Letter: Your Say - It's hard work being a teacher. 292
Marcus wants to stay at City; SKY BLUES. 602
McTV; What's hot and what's not on the box... 238
More heat than light! THE LAST WORD. 889
Motor Racing: Jake's handling step up in class; MOTORSPORT WWW.CRASH.NET. 716
Motor Racing: Ryan fights to keep going; MOTORSPORT. 279
Narinder tells her own story; READING: Top writers get behind celebration of books. 272
Nostalgia: Player's old pals request from Oz. 242
Nostalgia: Reunion is the right move for Gulson lads. 223
OAP angry over library fees hike; CHARGES: Concessions on borrowing, orders and fines are scrapped. 442
Opinions sought on plans for city park. 191
Pair locked up for attack on man defending girlfriend. 242
Parkinson's patient backs care provision; HEALTH: Survey points to national shortfalls, but city work is praised. 384
Pet SOS; THESE and many more homeless dogs can be found at Dogs Trust, Honiley near Kenilworth. 214
Pick of the day. 258
Plant sales to raise funds. 93
Police try again for a new HQ. 176
Politics blamed as Chapman bows out of Pairs; Speedway. 511
Project attracts national acclaim. 154
Pupils all set to sing at a free concert; ++ PERFORMING ARTS ++. 208
PUTTING THEIR TALENTS TO GOOD USE SATURDAY; ++ PERFORMING ARTS ++ Children are singing in the playgrounds. 208
Ramblers step up the pace to dance. 88
Residents angry at missing mail; INVESTIGATION: Postal worker suspended in Nuneaton. 345
Robber jailed after terror raid on shop; CRIME: Court told of defendant's drug addiction. 411
Rugby Union: Cave chooses the colts. 148
Rugby Union: Kurt aims to grab his World Cup place. 733
Rugby Union: Leading candidates. 280
Rugby Union: Who do you think was best? 134
Sculpture ceremony tinged with sorrow; STATELY HOME: Husband did not live to see unveiling of memorial to tsunami victims. 352
Sky Blues stars put treatment on hold... SKY BLUES. 463
Sunday: Pick of the day. 243
Supernatural sleuth wants to hear all your spooky stories. 417
T5 debacle spreading. 95
Take a spring break with Haven Holidays from just pounds 69; Haven for the whole family. 358
Teenager hurt in car smash. 88
Teenager hurt in crash. 101
Terror plot: Man jailed; TRIAL: Brother of attacker withheld information. 253
The Details. 159
The show looking for real star quality; Television COVENTRY street dancers the Kombat Breakers won fans all over the country when they reached the final of Britain's Got Talent last year. TV writer MARION McMULLEN checks out the hopefuls and non-starters as the ITV series returns tonight. 1008
The World Today. 126
Thommo's pride in his prize guys. 402
Time for a tea break from your regular cuppa; TEA has broken free from the teapot and transformed into one of the most versatile ingredients in town. If you just think the drink's only fit for a brew, you've not been reading your tea leaves lately. With so many varieties available, there are now myriad ways to enjoy it in delicious dishes. ANN EVANS investigates. Food. 947
Top Attractions. 309
Traffiking brothers behind bars; TRIAL: Gang sentenced after smuggling millions in cannabis. 251
TRAGEDY OF CAR FAN'S CRASH DEATH; Boss in tribute to young victim Stefan. 423
TV remote takes the strain; SKY BLUES. 730
We'll be there to tend the marathon weary. 322
Your chance to get into print; 2008 NATIONAL Year OF Reading. 284
Your Shout: Should all pupils be given free meals? 453
Your Stars. 748
Youth craft is egg-ceptional. 246

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