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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 19, 2008)

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'Being a landlord felt at times like dodging sniper fire' RULES AND REGS: Private sector 'needs a breathing space'. 377
Age has its plus points, says agent. 260
ALLESLEY GREEN: pounds 450pcm. 131
Anger at 'rubbish fuel' plant proposal. 216
Armed raiders in store terror. 140
Awards search nears its climax. 147
Barnsley get plum cup tie. 133
Basketball: Outgunned Crusaders slip to double defeat. 342
BEDWORTH: pounds 545pcm. 119
BEDWORTH: pounds 895pcm. 85
Bid to increase size of new hotel; DEVELOPMENT: Revised scheme includes more rooms and restaurant. 445
Bike crash victim named. 132
Blow as Shane misses England chance. 267
Branagh at garden cinema's last show. 119
Builders could pay levy on plans. 170
Bumper pounds 25,000 cheque for Pudsey. 211
Call-up issued to country walkers; Tragic dad is still a charity inspiration. 446
Cancer woman mourns 'best pal' Pet dies after helping owner in battle. 401
CATCH THE ACTION. 95
CHAPELFIELDS: pounds 695pcm. 104
City aids cyclone victims. 109
COUNCIL WOMEN WORKERS COULD GET pounds 42,000 EACH. 498
COUNDON: From pounds 57 per week per room. 94
COUNDON: pounds 595pcm. 102
County slip to narrow defeat. 143
Court In Brief. 795
Cricket: A NEW AGE FOR BELL; CRICKET: A profile of Warwickshire's most talented batsman He's always been labelled as a great young cricketer - but at 26 the man tipped to be the next England captain wants to prove he's the finished article. 709
Cricket: Bears staying alert in winter. 395
Cricket: Ex-Bear Smith now a friendly rival; CRICKET: A profile of Warwickshire's most talented batsman. 317
Cricket: Skipper Paul salutes Colonel; CRICKET: A profile of Warwickshire's most talented batsman. 370
Culture 'will be great for pupils'. 127
Culture mix adds up to a great day; DIVERSITY: Community groups come together for a festival celebration. Concert review 417
Cuppa offers fair deal. 98
Daily Poem; LAST NIGHT. 108
Dancing show leaves you in a whirl of ballroom wonder; Theatre Review. 280
Danger - tots in car. 112
Debts up despite worries. 116
Don't cut library jobs, says city MP; COUNCIL PLANS: Robinson says service is too valuable. 276
Driver and passenger injured. 120
Eight vehicles set ablaze in garage attack; TARGET: Businessman demands more police patrols after spate of vandalism. 445
Elderly care costs to double. 142
Ethel the blind cat wants to go home. 221
Ewan wants to prove doctors wrong ...again; CEREBRAL PALSY: Five-year-old determined to overcome biggest hurdle - walking. 570
ex-service notes. 561
Expectant mums get chance to be on TV. 203
Family learning day at city art gallery. 83
Fast way to make new contacts. 168
Football: Anfield atmosphere will inspire Reds; FOOTBALL: Premier League's proposal to play abroad gets a cautious welcome. 543
Football: City U12s in bid to reach cup semi-final; Schools soccer. 178
Football: Coleman gets first sight of Sky Blues; New boss expected to join up with side for vital game at Hillsborough. 662
Football: Coleman makes it to City at last; FOOTBALL: How new manager nearly joined as a player more than 10 years ago. 546
Football: Colts' late flourish sees off Binley Woods battlers; The Big Match COVENTRY MINOR LEAGUE Under-13B Chapelfields Colts 7 Binley Woods 2. 698
Football: Don't get cocky with FIFA, warns Beckenbauer; FOOTBALL: Premier League's proposal to play abroad gets a cautious welcome. 241
Football: Fighting spirit will be key to play-off place; FOOTBALL: Premier League's proposal to play abroad gets a cautious welcome. 453
Football: Hurt spurs Sky Blues; Big Match Preview Coca Cola CHAMPIONSHIP SHEFFIELD WEDS v SKY BLUES Hillsborough Tonight 7.45pm. 1450
Football: James winning the mind games; FOOTBALL: Premier League's proposal to play abroad gets a cautious welcome. 216
Football: Mick feels safe; FOOTBALL: Premier League's proposal to play abroad gets a cautious welcome. 101
Football: Pearson takes over at Saints; FOOTBALL: How new manager nearly joined as a player more than 10 years ago. 265
Football: Phillips: Ranson has picked right man for the job; FOOTBALL: How new manager nearly joined as a player more than 10 years ago. 268
Golf: Monty looks for Masters boost. 265
Half-marathon's pounds 8,300 celebration. 130
Help to get the toad out of a hole ... 195
Human rights campaigners in call for more members. 87
Hunt for 'black and white' raiders. 212
Ice Hockey: Blaze kids in 19-goal romp; Junior Sport. 360
Ice Hockey: Three games from glory? ICE HOCKEY: Maximum points this week could all but seal league title, says Thommo. 348
In Brief: Choir sings out a plea. 101
Insurer backs floods risk call; PLANNING: Reaction to group's warning over 'unsaleable homes'. 245
John's green approach bags him a national recycling award. 114
Jolt for drivers! MOTORING: Police launch crackdown as alarming new county figures are revealed. 149
Kids' delight at surprise in playground; EDUCATION: School raises pounds 2,500 for makeover. 326
Lawn Tennis: Murray back in top 10. 95
Letter: To The Point. 108
Letter: To The Point. 99
Letter: Your Say - Fortnightly idea a danger. 221
Letter: Your Say - Full circle of married life. 216
Letter: Your Say - Geoffrey Robinson MP for pointing out. 150
Letter: Your Say - If only getting older was less taxing. 325
Letter: Your Say - Need for better coach facilities. 172
Letter: Your Say - Paying council tax twice over. 164
LONGFORD: pounds 535pcm. 83
Make it a top day with a little extra mother care. 1814
Michael Ball gets Parky's radio seat. 122
MP backs new bid to protect our children; PAEDOPHILES: Pilot scheme lets families ask for checks. 347
MP backs scheme to safeguard children. 161
Museum gets a ghostly relaunch. 161
Musical stars and stripes. 165
Musical stars and stripes. 139
New fire safety centre is planned; 'Exciting opportunity to help save lives'. 365
New website offers hope to ME sufferers. Website overview 83
Nostalgia: A night to remember the sounds of the 60s. 826
Opportunity knocks for students. 105
Outcome is brilliant - we are overjoyed; PAY ROW: Tribunal ruling could benefit hundreds of low-paid women. 573
Overturned lorry causes road chaos; ACCIDENT: Major commuter route blocked. 235
Pick of the day. 212
PICK OF THE DAY; Live UEFA Champions League (Sky Sports 2, 7.00pm). 103
Plan for design centre is unveiled. 155
Play the game like Romans. 90
pounds 200,000 bill for bottled water; ENVIRONMENT: Councils buy in supplies for thirsty staff. 390
pounds 3m bid to stop creative brain drain; UNIVERSITY: Bid to hold on to talented graduates. 279
Rachel feels force of seatbelt campaign. 257
RADFORD: pounds 575pcm. 138
Radio boss to give talk at city cathedral. 108
Radio talk. 80
Rail upgrade completed. 95
Rugby Union: Butts' fringe players take their chance. 459
Rugby Union: Roberts hat-trick flattens Street bid. 626
Rugby Union: Thumbs down for luckless Kirisome; RUGBY UNION: Cov's Samoan three-quarter ruled out for the rest of the season by repeat injury. 226
Rugby Union: Tom sets up the final step to glory; Junior Sport RUGBY UNION: WOODLANDS IN SCHOOLS VASE. 485
Savers putting aside less. 123
School's new look. 85
Shocking death toll of seatbelt law flouters; MOTORING: Police launch crackdown as alarming new county figures are revealed. 300
Singers will battle it out for Euro glory. 131
Snooker: Selby sets sights on Crucible. 242
Spacious two-bed home; STAR PROPERTY. 148
Students in title bid. 152
Teen on charge of robbery; COURT: Eighteen-year-old is arrested and remanded in custody. 199
Teenager locked up for alley rape bid; COURT: Judge says victim, 20, is now too frightened to be left alone. 410
Teenagers polish up their act for charity. 168
Telegraph comment: Don't use quiet streets as taxi ranks. 142
Telegraph COOLEST KIDS; How to vote for the Coolest Kid. 2122
The best by miles - that's young Bodie; Junior Sport Martial arts. 296
The World Today: Alarming increase in stabbings. 197
The World Today: Drugs have extra benefit. 83
The World Today: Life term for 'fanatic'. 403
The World Today: Plane engines were not faulty. 101
The World Today: Tourist drowns. 80
Three leaders meet to tackle 'over-regulation' PRIVATE SECTOR: Chairmen recognise advantages of mutual co-operation. 195
TILE HILL: pounds 595pcm. 81
Train tragedy victim is named. 157
Trophies up for grabs. 112
WALSGRAVE: pounds 525pcm. 114
WALSGRAVE: pounds 650pcm. 89
WALSGRAVE: pounds 675pcm. 137
We're sick of taxis outside our homes; NOISE: Residents say cabbies are using their road as a makeshift rank. 687
WHAT TILE HILL LIBRARY USERS THINK. 207
WHERE OLD WINS OVER NEW. 108
WIN ...top-to-toe pamper packs from Nivea worth pounds 126. 380
Workers would leap at extra day's training. 80
WYKEN: pounds 515pcm. 121

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