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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 3, 2008)

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1/2 -PRICE tickets to Street Life Show at the NEC; Street Life 05-06july2008.theNEC. 294
A treatment not to be sneezed at. 293
Adebayor too expensive for Milan. 132
Air cadets keep their winning title. 188
Allergy latest. 435
Ambitious plans for sports ground; DEVELOPMENT: Finbarrs wants to build 45 new homes and a community centre. 298
Angling: Snake Lake is back in business; ANGLING: Extrovert Ian re-opens Heyford Fishery - and shows some promising early catches. 202
Bank Holiday festival. 82
Barefoot protest; The World Today. 130
Barry in limbo at Villa. 203
Bidders get sporting chance at top auction; GARDEN PARTY: Stars' signed pictures head the list at annual charity gathering. 361
Boxing: Bendall's title bid given a lift. 185
Bus firm offers cut-price tickets. 121
Cavalcade of colour will see inspiring ideas grow; ++ GODIVA FESTIVAL ++. 284
Celebration to be biggest yet; FESTIVAL: Kenilworth Rotarians invite the public to decorate their own sedan chairs for the races. 298
Chef Rois invited to party with the Queen. 169
City land Brazilian Jo. 89
City shaping up for season; Austria training camp going well, says Kean. 292
Council call over fuel cost fears. 104
Council offering free tennis lessons. 168
Couple's sports car overturns; The World Today. 104
Court In Brief. 584
Coventry 1060
Cricket: Stubborn Hamish holds up Warwicks; CRICKET: County have to settle for a draw as rain and some determined batting stop their victory push. 404
Crompton shows the way with 68; GOLF: The Open comes to Coventry, as local players battle to win a regional qualifying place. 818
Crunch time for firm. 110
Daily Poem; TORTURED SOUL. 108
Darts: Stars miss out in Vegas. 146
Dirty kitchens lead to pub fine; HYGIENE: Landlord stresses premises are now up to scratch. 370
Early start to school place hunt. 204
Ex-top legal man dies at 68; OBITUARY: Tributes paid to former borough solicitor who triumphed over disability. 346
Families call for action over potholes; SAFETY: Residents raise 300-signature petition over state of road and pavement. 482
Federer and Nadal head for final. 150
Firm in pledge over saw accident. 208
Floral tribute to a literary genius; CULTURE: Crowd pays homage to Victorian novelist George Eliot in her hometown. 421
Football: Boro snap up duo. 321
Fresh budget threat to police. 209
Frogmen search for missing angler. 93
Gang of vandals use dog to damage peace trees; GARDEN ATTACK: CCTV footage passed to police as leafy symbol of city is mauled. 307
Golf: Crompton shows the way with 68; GOLF: The Open comes to Coventry, as local players battle to win a regional qualifying place. 601
Golfers help baby hospice. 83
Grant offers a healthy start to studies. 169
GURKHAS TO FIGHT ON OVER PENSIONS; Ex-soldiers in town taking petition to Prime Minister demanding equal rights. 383
Hauliers warn of 'wildcat' action; The World Today FUEL PRICES ROW: Protesting lorry drivers say disruption may follow. 301
Ice Hockey: Lewis beefs up Blaze line-up; ICE HOCKEY: Latest signing looks to get physical at the Skydome. 444
Innovation wins prizes; PROJECTS: Coventry pupils at the Rotary Club's design and technology awards. Awards list 398
Invitation to work and learn in woods. 149
It's an amazing feeling to win schools award; PRIZE: Special needs teacher is best in West Midlands. 321
Kathleen 85, recalls the cane. 122
Keeping hayfever symptoms pinned down; HAYFEVER affects around 13 million people in Britain, bringing misery to sufferers just when they should be enjoying the summer sunshine. Experts have predicted exceptionally high pollen levels this year, so sufferers will be taking any measures necessary to limit their symptoms. And it's not just your average over-the-counter medicines that can help. Feature writer. 757
Kevin converts to catfish. 136
Landowner counts cost of gipsies; CONVOY: Property developer fears cleaning and legal fees will total pounds 10,000. 379
Last classmates at Priory High. 191
Last-ditch bid to save city sorting depot. 151
Lawn Tennis: Murray outgunned by Nadal; TENNIS: Young Brit bows out of Wimbledon at the quarter-final stage. 591
Letter: Your Say - Alcohol licence a bad decision. 193
Letter: Your Say - Festival is so good for city. 339
Letter: Your Say - We were never so wasteful in the past. 178
Lewis beefs up Blaze line-up; ICE HOCKEY: Latest signing looks to get physical at the Skydome. 438
Little girl attacked by pet Rottweiler; DRAMA: Four-year-old taken to hospital. 328
Lots of interest at sale. 144
Mark defies the odds to achieve goal; FA coach in line for top award. 328
McCormick suspended by Plymouth. 86
Most of us want to be greener. 121
On This Day. 119
Our acting talents canshine bright; Shine FESTIVAL: Pupils adapt Shakespearean language to put a new twist on two of Bard's plays. 430
Paul's on course for a career in teaching. 303
Pay talks at university break down; CONTRACTS: Lecturers' union pulls out of negotiations. 293
Pensioner's fears over post office closure; MAIL: Losing Foleshill PO would have a big impact for housebound 84-year-old. 354
Pharmacists can offer valuable medicine advice. 234
Pic Of The Past. 128
Pick of the day. 221
PICK OF THE DAY; Live European Tour Golf (Sky Sports 1, 3.00pm). 113
PM invites city nurse to an NHS celebration; HEALTH: Midwife has seen 'phenomenal changes' during her 45-year career. 348
pounds 28m facelift for NEC Arena announced; REVEALED: Venue to get new look and sponsor. 340
Princess presents awards. 105
Pub fined pounds 3,000 for dirty kitchens. 221
Pupils are hot stuff at fire safety. 214
Question Time hope for Emma. 267
Rioch excited by Sky Blues babes. 429
Royal Show is up and running; STONELEIGH: Prince Charles among 140,000 due at event. 243
Ryton prizes may hit pounds 5,000. 167
School honoured for careers education. 404
Sedan chair race is key part of festival. 173
Six of the best in business; ++ AWARDS NIGHT ++ Coventry Telegraph BUSINESS AWARDS In association with Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce. 522
Sky Blues shaping up for season. 137
Special buses for villagers. 167
Speedway: Depleted Bees defiant in defeat; SPEEDWAY: Coventry riders put in a battling performance, but lose out again. 506
Students armed for the future. 282
Students expert at brick art. 202
We wish you a healthy birthday; SCHOOLS: Pupils give meals mascot a big welcome. 251
Wildlife role unveiled for city farm site; NATURE: Trust sets out its aims to keep alive the idea of 'an oasis in a concrete jungle'. 451
WIN Tickets to watch the Bears in action; Twenty20 CUP 193
Woman, 91, conned out of pounds 250. 107
YOU'VE DONE IT! EXCLUSIVE Coventry Rugby Club plays on after RFU decision. 520
Your photos put spotlight on local beauty spots; +CALENDAR COMPETITION+. 320
Your Rights. 526

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