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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 29, 2008)

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'e-breaks' make workers more productive. 147
'I found lost police papers' SECURITY: Confidential files picked up in city street. 233
30th festival gives peace a chance; TWO DAYS OF FUN: After three decades, event is still bringing people together. 402
A change of lifestyle could help your heart; IT'S time to stop taking your heart for granted and look after it. Heart disease is the biggest killer of women in the UK - claiming about 50,000 women every year. And yet many people ignore these frightening statistics. Now a national campaign is aiming to educate women to the dangers they face - and the simple measures you can take to save your life. 847
A step forward says Capello. 123
Angling: Shipp comes in; ANGLING: Gareth Purnell's weekly look at the local scene. 87
Angling: Silvers lining; ANGLING: Gareth Purnell's weekly look at the local scene. 120
Angling: Things are looking up at Drayton; ANGLING: Gareth Purnell's weekly look at the local scene. 118
Angling: Top sport at Toft; ANGLING: Gareth Purnell's weekly look at the local scene. 120
ANGRY DRIVER TORCHES SPEED CAMERA. 461
Appeal over missing girl, 15. 166
Artist Cook dies at 81. Obituary 81
Artists' calm oasis at huge biker event; FUNDRAISER: Thousands join annual Megaride. 251
Auction tribute to Sky Blues fan; TRAGEDY: Charity event after lifelong supporter dies suddenly at 33. 460
Bard's 'cursed' tombstone to get new lease of life; REPAIRS: Special grout will bind surface. 236
Bears clinch Martin deal; Kiwi seamer agrees to fill the overseas player gap at Edgbaston. 414
Blair 'most influential man in the UK'. 131
Blood testing kit has given me more freedom; HEALTH: Clinic trips reduced for hole-in-the-heart teen. 578
Brownies look back. 89
Camera torched. 128
Campaigners' 18-month fight to save rail link; TIMETABLE: How commuters have dug their heels in over threat to trains. 314
CATCH THE ACTION. 96
Chance to join George Eliot trail. 117
Change in attitudes of young men today. 131
Cisse misses out. 133
Couple's book shop is praised. 126
Couple's book shop praised. 83
CRIMEWATCH MAN CHARGED OVER JACK MACLEOD DEATH. 475
Deadline for new Foxes boss. 148
Fancy dress event's a record breaker. 174
Fast fingers point the way forward. 266
Football: Baggies swoop for pounds 3m Moore. 170
Football: England moving in right direction. 763
Football: Kenilworth hit top spot. 625
Football: Moores backs his comeback kings. 449
Footway damage to be repaired. 173
Forums. 597
Fred attack; The World Today. 90
Get a taste of teaching. 86
Golf: Ex-City players tee-up. 101
Golf: Finch awaits water test. 226
Golf: Ryder Cup course unveiled. 158
Hawkins to join Brighton. 112
Heart patient: GP faces panel; HEARING: Doctor accused of irresponsible behaviour. 274
HIGH-SPEED RAIL BATTLE HOTS UP; MP joins fight to stop Virgin axing fast train service to Nuneaton. 437
Holiday plans still on the cards. 118
Holland claims Leighs first. 125
Husband ordered murder of wife; The World Today GUILTY: Special constable was knifed to death in own home. 402
In Brief: Live TV ad challenge. 86
It's murder at The Butts. 241
Jobs boost at M-way hotel. 91
Land Rover lends new car to college. 345
Lecturer hits out over' extortionate' expense of PFIs; HEALTH: Academic criticises schemes as he launches new book on NHS. 346
Letter: Your Say - Help ease plight of greyhounds. 182
Letter: Your Say - Join fight to end ageism. 212
Letter: Your Say - Red route is not so efficient. 165
Letter: Your Say - Still time to save Labour. 172
Letter: Your Say - To The Point. 89
Livestock to be given bluetongue vaccine. 163
Man charged over tragic river death; INVESTIGATION: More than two years on, 20-year-old is accused of manslaughter. 491
Miniature rail outing leaves pupils chuffed; EDUCATION: Children enjoy day with train enthusiasts. 247
Musical youths tune up for free. 293
New bid to get arts centre used. 483
No place for Yorke. 219
On This Day. 95
Pass mark for Ascot hopeful. 114
Paving worker injured. 186
Pick of the day. 194
PICK OF THE DAY; Live European Tour Golf (Sky Sports 1, 3.00pm). 114
Plan in for office block on car park. 125
Plan to build 19 flats with parking. 110
Public have say on new schools; CONSULTATION: Meetings will address planned building programme. 336
Pupils banking on career skills. 210
Pupils tune up for free; EDUCATION: Scheme to give music tuition to eight-year-olds extended. 392
Rail line work to go on for months. 199
Railway disruption reminder. 100
Readers snap to it; ++ CALENDAR COMPETITION ++. 324
Record poppy sales raises pounds 685,000 for the Legion; APPEAL: Ongoing conflicts prompts public support. 418
Residents fed up after a week of power cuts; COMPLAINT: Families go without electricity for hours as engineers try to trace fault. 558
Road changes during work. 272
School's corridor is so typically tropical; EDUCATION: Pupils transform beige area into colourful forest. 202
SEVEN-POINT PLAN FOR PROTECTING AGAINST HEART DISEASE. 193
Sex killer couple are jailed for life; The World Today. 127
Speedway: Same again, Harris! SPEEDWAY: Bees skipper aiming to hold on to his British crown. 299
Stepping out in style; ++ SCHOOL PROM PICTURES ++. 137
Storm softens Chantilly going. 122
Strike may lead to holiday chaos; The World Today. 83
Students aim for high-flying career; Pair win cabin crew jobs. 557
Sullivan takes county crown. 258
THE CATEGORIES AND HOW YOU CAN ENTER. 229
THE GEEK FILES; Blogs. 518
THE QUEST IS ON FOR THIS YEAR'S BLAZE OF GLORY. . . 380
The woof and tumble of being a canine carer; SUPERDOG: Clever pooch Sandie is owner's home help and even picks up the dog and bone! 475
Time to think of loved ones. 132
Tried & Tested; ... make-up primer. 350
Vaccine for county farms; BLUETONGUE: Protection zone could hit show entries. 387
Victorian garden tour planned. 87
Weather hammers trophy. 220
Weather hits debut. 106
Wife killer behind bars; VERDICT: Husband gets four years for stabbing. 419
William 'world's hottest royal'. 97
Writer returns to crime scene. 179
Your Rights; SUE BENT from Coventry Law Centre answers your legal questions. 602

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