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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 22, 2008)

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Athletics: Dame Kelly opens door for Rowena. 261
Basketball: Sudler's 37-point haul in vain. 347
Bob's charity show tickets now available. 114
Bogus officials strike at homes of OAPs. 141
Bosses urged to report all crimes. 232
Boy in fight for life after horror crash Boy in fight for life after horror crash; ACCIDENT: Nine-year-old was in Ferrari which smashed into a tree, killing the driver. 352
Boy, 16, in soccer glassing horror; CRIME: Teenager needs emergency surgery after friendly game attack. 316
Can you ditch all your plastic bags? ENVIRONMENT: It's all very well asking us to go green and help protect the environment, but can you really do your weekly shop without a fistful of carrier bags? JUST how easy is it to do your shopping without plastic bags? As Coventry Council contemplates turning the city plastic bag free we asked willing volunteer KIRSTY FRANCO to hit the shops and find out. 1340
Carry your shopping in eco-friendly style. 133
CATCH THE ACTION. 88
Charities get shop chance. 115
Charity gives hospital unit another boost; DONATION: pounds 30,000 raised to buy cardiac equipment. 342
Conmen target OAPs. 132
COUNDON: pounds 575pcm. 93
Court In Brief. 602
Dad 'robbed' of making a full recovery; HEALTH: Stroke victim's family furious over treatment. 409
Daily Poem; IN GOOD COMPANY. 117
Dumped cars hotline. 89
Edmiston slips down the rich list. 182
ex-service notes. 545
Father's pride as fund nears target; MEMORIAL: School in India is on target to open on first anniversary of tragic death. 379
Fine singing lifts Mozart opera to heavenly heights; Classical Review. 270
Football: Bedworth boss axes duo for 'breach of discipline'. 223
Football: Come to Blues Cahill urged. 99
Football: Crouch averts Benitez disaster. 194
Football: DeZeeuw ban blow for City; Sky Blues short of defenders ahead of FA Cup clash with Millwall. 357
Football: DON'T JUDGE HIM YET; SKY BLUES: Fans have their say on Coventry City in our website - www.iccoventry.co.uk/forum. 1449
Football: Doyle looks for Cup kick-start. 377
Football: Heer delight as Khalsa fight back; The Big Match COVENTRY MINOR LEAGUE Youth Red. 612
Football: Knitters' chance is lost late on. 235
Football: Montague makes a big return; RUGBY UNION: The latest news from Cov and the local leagues. 400
Football: Spurs make move. 80
Football: Street into promotion contention. 551
Football: Wilkin after Rodman to replace Quailey; FOOTBALL: The latest local and national news, views and reports. 314
Fury at 'raids' by city parking wardens; One family given four tickets on two cars. 494
Get in the fast lane to drive a top supercar; MOTORING: Car enthusiasts invited to join unique club for four-wheel thrill-seekers. 342
GIBBETT HILL: pounds 1,600pcm. 162
Glitter suffers heart scare. 91
Gridiron: Scot kicks Giants into Superbowl. 89
Hicks 'committed to 'Pool'. 164
Hockey: Dani eyes first Scotland cap. 267
I'LL SOON BE BLIND BEC AUSE NHSWON'T FUND TREATMENT; Pensioner's desperate fight to save his sight. 496
Ice Hockey: Calder's goals are key to stunning run; ICE HOCKEY: Blaze scoring machine is having the best season of his career. 425
Inflation crisis hitting vital public projects. 115
Insight into a landmark novel. 85
Is your child a Telegraph star? 688
Junior Sport: Ice Hockey: Six-goal Blaze still fall to Hawks. 283
Junior Sport: Parkin pots way to first major title. 747
Karate: Laura, 10 shines for England. 368
Katrina is now back in fashion. 193
Lawn Tennis: Blake takes on Federer. 184
Letter: Your Say - Brilliant night at Belgrade. 247
Letter: Your Say - Health service is far from free. 263
Letter: Your Say - I HAVE many memories. 85
Letter: Your Say - Will council listen this time? 132
Library and health centre bid is backed. 132
Lifting the lid on unhealthy kids' meals out; Swoops are planned on pubs, restaurants, cafes and shops. 345
Man fights for life after airport brawl; VIOLENCE: Police make 10 arrests after armed biker gangs clash in arrivals lounge. 353
OUR LITTLE SURVIVOR. 592
Outlook gloomy for firms in 2008; ECONOMY: Survey reveals red tape, legislation and regulation are stifling companies. 330
Pensioner Shirley's new cooker misery; NIGHTMARE: Catalogue of errors leaves 68-year-old without appliance for two weeks. 443
Pianist Len left us a musical legacy; REUNION: Former pupils share memories of their brilliant teacher. 396
Pick of the day. 191
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Carling Cup Football (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 120
Police believe crimes linked. 164
Police check suspect brothel. 230
pounds 1m cheque is buried in beer keg; ALMSHOUSES: 200 years from now, time capsule will give a taste of life in 2008. 451
Pupils given a lesson they'll never forget; EDUCATION: Teens taken to task in a 19th century-style class to mark anniversary. 550
Raid drama at cash machine. 157
Refurbished home; STAR PROPERTY. 203
Ride to school 1 scheme. 161
Rugby Union: Devlin leaves Rugby after only a week. 335
Rugby Union: Williams steers Warwick closer to Twickenham. 886
Safety awards. 92
Salt alert as children's meals face spot checks; CRACKDOWN: Eateries and shops targeted over excess salt, fat and sugar levels. 451
Scheme to give support in disputes. 371
Schools knife action rapped. 171
Sex education classes. 135
Signs have drivers seeing double! MOTORING: Duplicated traffic directions are explained. 244
Soccer: Under-15s aiming to make it six of the best; Schools soccer. 241
Students are just a cut above the rest. 168
STYVECHALE: pounds 775pcm. 87
Tess set for TV drama. 93
The tough vicar who tackled ruffians. 132
The Verdict; FROM THE DUGOUT + + +. 104
Tim gets a mirror on the future. 154
Two youths robbed during late-night street attack. 163
Update on police action. 184
WATCHDOGS SWOOP ON KIDS' MEALS; Restaurants, pubs and cafes face on-the-spot health checks. 435
We should be told what we're eating; Comment. 171
WOLVEY: pounds 850pcm. 115

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