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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 30, 2008)

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2012 Games boost for four venues; LIST: Paralympic training camps announced. 291
A fortnight full of fun and a tin bath full of treats; Nostalgia Extra. 550
A NEW FOCUS ON CLEAN MOTORING; ROAD TEST Ford Focus ECOnetic Ultra-green models will cut emissions and fuel use. 589
Academy plan up for debate. 95
Adders decide the way ahead. 89
An emotional journey through life of music. 182
Appeal for witnesses after robbers attack man on bike. 106
Art looks at links with film culture. 134
Audi's new A3 takes all the pain out of parking; FIRST DRIVE Audi A3. 876
Award for alarm which could save life. 232
BBC team set to spring into action at centre; NATURE PROJECT: Volunteers plan transformation. 279
Bedtime stories on the wane. 101
Berlanti's green light for Lantern project; THE GEEK FILES. 328
Big, bland - but amazing value for money. 400
Big-hearted bikers give Mamie a lift; CANCER BATTLE: Plucky great-grandmother rides pillion to raise cash for hospice. 431
Blind people to have a say. 124
Boro could drop two divisions. 251
Boro may drop TWO divisions; FA decision expected in 10 days. 257
Brush Strokes. 220
Butterflies raring to go. 105
Cadeaux to land Haydock honours. 110
Can you take Ira to see Sky Blues play? APPEAL: Life-long Coventry City fan, 91, in plea for Telegraph reader to take her to matches. 490
Can your voice make a world of difference? Folk. 349
Celebrity is the big star of the show; Art. 226
Chance to see after-dark wildlife. 125
CHEVROLET'S DYNAMIC DUO... ROAD TEST Chevrolet Aveo and Epica. 404
Cinema: Girls are back in town; What's On. 580
City cagey on transfers. 306
City girl Sam is far too brazen for Kim; Cinema. 604
City play it cool on transfer bids; 'Several options' to strengthen team being looked at. 341
City season ticket sales top 8,000. 295
Co-op camp kept us coming back for more year after year; Nostalgia Extra. 223
Coen brothers craft the perfect thriller; DVD. 625
College brings the generations together. 149
Colleges could merge in bid for secure future; STUDY: Consultants hired to find out if partnership would be advantageous. 291
Colleges in merger plan. 107
Colleges in new merger plan to secure future; EDUCATION: Consultants hired to look at partnership. 308
Council workers to vote on strike action. 176
Court In Brief. 667
Coventry 'not so happy'. 134
Cricket: Injured Ryder is ruled out of one-dayers. 164
Cricket: Pietersen geared up for IPL stint. 174
Cricket: Warwicks turn to rookie duo; CRICKET: Poonia and Woakes set to replace Maddy and Zondeki. 291
Crossover sounds under the flyover; Jazz. 211
Daily Poem. 137
Developer steps in to save boxing club; NEW FACILITY: Grounds man's hut donated by builder. 343
Diesel on offer as quiz prize. 129
Driver is a challenger to racing's top titles; Computer Games. 442
Dropped like a Stone. 108
Elderly to get homes choice; STRATEGY: Scheme will not replace existing care homes. 433
ELDERLY TO GET THEIR OWN HOUSING; Council says schemes will not replace existing care homes. 461
ELDERLY TO GET THEIR OWN HOUSING; Council says schemes will not replace existing care homes. 452
Festival expansion move is welcomed; MUSIC: Park group give support. 367
Festival of music. 87
Firm on course for a record year; ENGINEERING: pounds 50,000 investment in new machinery pays off. 287
Flood warnings on River Leam. 213
Football: Capello has faith in midfield axis. 673
Football: Chelsea axe ten Cate and line up Scolari. 257
Football: Ipswich target Mpenza. 260
Football: U.S. keeper keen on Villa. 156
Formby's Little Strad set to fetch pounds 45,000. 116
Forum Extra; Nostalgia Extra. 615
From plane to plain, but new Saab still soars; ROAD TEST Saab 9-3 SportWagon Vector Sport 1.9 TiD. 476
Golf: Strange but true - Scott leads in Wales. 342
GPs urge patients to back them; Petition protest in city centre. 331
Graham's really made up about his evil witch role; Classical. 487
Gran lucky to be alive after house blaze drama; FIRE ALERT: Neighbours in desperate bid to rescue widow as flames engulf her bedroom. 458
Grandmother Lynn, 54, gets into stride for cancer cause. 127
Helen joins Ricoh team. 124
Highland fling with old fable. 157
Hundreds queue to bag a bargain at new Netto store; SHOPPING: As sales surge at budget food shops - Danish supermarket opens in Jubilee Crescent. 500
It's one full house of fun for X Factor winner Steve; Theatre. 393
Jodi's first cut is the bravest; CHARITY: Little girl's locks will help cancer victims. 272
Key date for music novices. 99
Kylie tops 'growing old in style' poll. 107
Latest Releases. 238
Lawn Tennis: Rosie, Nicola lead way to defy seconds; Tennis Shorts. 406
Leaflet bid to deliver recycling message. 158
Letter: Your Say - Brown not PM we expected. 176
Letter: Your Say - Fed up with an uncaring government. 204
Letter: Your Say - Generosity has a big impact on research. 195
Letter: Your Say - No rules for some drivers. 135
Life is heart and soul of Spiritualized album; Rock. 1100
Motor Racing: Clubs urge Mosley to quit; FORMULA ONE. 186
Murder plot man's horrific family past; CRIME: Husband who ordered wife's murder was son of man jailed for violence. 440
Muslims mark a milestone. 191
Nellie's 90th birthday gift is a big boost; News of the latest moves in the work to raise millions to run a new hospice in Coventry. myton hospice supported by the Telegraph. 426
OAP bound and robbed; RAID: Four-strong gang assault man in his own home. 304
Odds On: Buzzing Wasps to land final; in association with 545
Odds On: Plenty of value in England's Caribbean trip; in association with 196
Parents in call over hospital cleaning. 422
Pick of the day. 209
PICK OF THE DAY; Live French Open Tennis (Eurosport, 10.00am). 119
Police in plea to teenage witness. 130
pounds 15,000 pot is up for grabs; NEW CAMPAIGN: Community groups invited to bid for a slice of prize money. 285
Power and looks are X-ceptional! FIRST DRIVE BMW X5. 617
Prior is poised for recall. 444
Reader Picture. 152
School's bid to extend. 91
Search is on for new owner for Dore; FIRM FOLDS: Learning programme venture put in administration. 323
Shops report fall in sales. 89
Show's livestock entries slump. 99
Slump in livestock entries for 'Royal'. 274
Sofa so good for Abbie's art exhibit. 177
Speedway: Dane Mads steps in for Bees; SPEEDWAY: Depleted Brandon side use guest rider for Wolves visit Nicholls takes title from Harris. 642
Spirits not washed away at fun family activity day. 222
Stage Whispers. 198
Super Jets go from zeros to heroes; GRIDIRON: Coventry side take number one British ranking after victory over London Blitz. 325
Swans get nest of lilos. 120
Sweet talk for a perfect voice. 131
Teens honoured for community work; CEREMONY: Young crime-fighters awarded for work by area's top cop. 309
Theatre scoops design award; STYLE: Belgrade and Aston Martin design studio are winners. 378
Time on the farm can beat the blues. 148
Trust hits back. 150
Two men sought after store assault. 206
Vehicles given a warm welcome. 138
Vera's top is a highlight of charity auction; BABY LIFELINE: Organiser has special reason to be happy as event raises pounds 1,150. 283
Visit London and catch the latest production of Oliver! TELEGRAPH READER HOLIDAYS - visit. 253
WIN Top Gear on DVD. 161
WIN...the chance to try Sex in the City cocktails and SKYY vodka. 178
Your 60 SECOND guide to the week ahead Your 60. Calendar 400
Your Life: THE CARER'S STORY. 528
Your Life: Younger Alzheimer's sufferers being failed by the system; HEALTH: Reporter CATHERINE VONLEDEBUR finds out how services for dementia patients under 65, and their carers, is desperately lacking in the city. 793

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