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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 16, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
'She has done so much'. 128
A day out can brighten your retirement; OVER 50S: Organisations take part in information day. 351
A hysterical tale of crime and punishment; THE LAST WORD. 874
Anxious Britons tighten their belts. 113
Bandsmen play on for 40 years. 147
Books. 666
BREATH-TEST PLAN FOR MUMS-TO-BE; Shock statistics show that locally 1 in 5 pregnant women smoke despite the risks to unborn child. 417
Breath-tests initiative for mums-to-be. 330
Cape is set to storm home. 331
Charlotte's locks to get the chop for charity. 132
Cricket: Bell: Every game a final now. 126
Cricket: Collingwood guides England to victory. 748
Dan's sweet Music for UK car industry; City engineer says new creation will save on fuel and CO2 emissions. 433
Dan's sweet Music for UK car industry; Engineer says his new creation will save on CO2 emissions and fuel. 434
Delivery driver's leg crushed by stone slab. Medical condition overview 86
Dozens in post office show of solidarity; DEMO: Customers gather outside High Street branch amid fears of closure threat. 244
Drama is just as important as maths; Your Shout MORE than pounds 140 million is being invested in science teaching in England because the government says there's a huge skills shortage in sciences and maths. Pupils at Ash Green School and Arts College, which specialises in the arts, told education reporter Lucy Lynch that other subjects, such as drama, shouldn't be ignored. 392
Family touched by your support; Readers help swell funds for sick baby. 323
Fifth man convicted; The World Today. 190
Football: Another one bites the City dust! SKY BLUES. 597
Football: Boro snap up young midfielder. 151
Football: Come back Stoke claim top spot; SKY BLUES Stoke City 3 Scunthorpe 2. 323
Football: He'll be back, insists Harbin; SKY BLUES. 238
Football: It's deja vu for Doyle; SKY BLUES. 626
Football: Mash: Wembley Way wide open; City keeper says Championship side can reach FA Cup final. 386
Get in a spin about new theme park rides; Family Day Out ONE of the country's top attractions is opening its doors earlier than ever before for Alton Towers Half Term Hullabaloo. ANN EVANS finds out what's happening at the popular site. 761
Girl recovers after dog bite; The World Today. 102
Going for walkies is definitely not a mog's game; Helen Legh unplugged. 601
Gunman was on medication; The World Today SHOOTING:Killer became erratic after taking prescription drugs. 180
Help fight for a better pay increase. 230
Hillary service; The World Today. 83
Horse Racing: Banned winner riddle; Trouble for trainer Swinbank. 234
How Neil's proposal of marriage made front page news; MY VALENTINE: The Telegraph helped two young lovebirds pledge to tie the knot. 391
I don't need all this lovely hair - but I know of others who do! CHARITY: Ten-year-old is giving away her long blonde tresses to cancer sufferers. 386
Ice Hockey: Cup stars set a shining example. 526
Ice Hockey: Devils sure to fire up flagging Blaze. 337
In Brief. 124
JAMES MARTIN has just spent the last two years working with Denby. 113
Letter: Your Say - Anger at callous ATM thieves. 249
Letter: Your Say - Ansty site better for Royal Mail. 187
Letter: Your Say - Improving city for the future. 248
Letter: Your Say - Right way to treat unruly youths. 185
Man denies murder of dad of two. 181
Man denies murder of dad of two. 141
Man denies murdering of father of two. 175
Martin's the best cocktail maker bar none; Week End COVENTRY'S Martin Marquez will be keeping the champagne on ice as he returns as head barman Gino next week in Hotel Babylon. TV writer MARION McMULLEN discovers why the new glitzy series will be a family affair for the former city kid. Television. 728
Mass brawl in city street; DISORDER: Youths are hospitalised after violent fight. 193
McTV; What's hot and what's not on the box... 255
Mum weeps in dock over cheque fraud; CROWN COURT: Woman, 39, given suspended jail term. 405
News for house hunters. 113
Pet SOS. 107
Pick of the day. 248
Pick of the day. 233
REM will headline music festival. 177
Rugby League: Nice try, but this rugby history falls a bit short; Book review. 360
Rugby Union: ALL CHANGE AGAIN AT COV; Addleton takes over as 12th man in charge since 1998. 583
Rugby Union: Lions look to future with master classes. 264
Rugby Union: Players given 'last chance' warning. 274
Rugby Union: RFU plan to dock points. 231
Rugby Union: Setting up link with ice hockey champs. 361
Saturday's dish of the day; Food HE'S the smiling face of BBC's Saturday Kitchen, inspiring us to cook up something different for the week ahead. But how does he remain calm in such a stressful job? ANN EVANS talks to celebrity chef James Martin about fame, early starts and great British food. Calendar 537
Scientist issues plea on 'vital' stem cell study; RESEARCH: Experts speak out in debate over hybrid embryos. 504
Self-harm; The World Today. 101
Shock as 'local hero' Clare dies; OBITUARY: Community mourns woman who worked tirelessly to improve Wood End. Obituary 352
Snowdrop success. 86
Stroll back years on updated route; Country Walks. 538
Sunday: HIGHLIGHTS. 81
Teenagers get political big break. 180
The old 'uns are best in world of antiques; At Home ANTIQUES were once a luxury only the elite enjoyed. These days, millions of us have tuned into the fact that we could be hoarding away a priceless heirloom. ANN EVANS talks to antiques expert Eric Knowles about his love of all things old. 571
Too many gaps exist in evidence; The World Today. 112
Top kayaker's bid to help disabled. 131
Tourists flock to UK. 94
Village revolt on traffic lights plan; Airport urged to think again. 427
We raised pounds 3,000 in just one lunchtime; CHARITY WALK: Bank staff in Coventry use their break to boost heart appeal. 272
WI appeals for new members. 92
WIN... Two Denby casserole dishes; Denby 1809. 194
Woman held after drugs raid at house. 93
Women and faith. 81

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