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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 31, 2008)

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'Green gadgets are not enough'. 145
'Sweet lady' Hilda dies at the age of 103; OBITUARY: Family pay tribute to a remarkable woman. Obituary 334
A taste of local produce. 260
Advice centre is back on barge. 134
After the gales, a hint of summer sunshine. 146
Ambrose delight at shock call-up; Wicketkeeper gets chance to cement place in England one-day side. 702
Back on track! Motorsport. 1051
Bears confirm move for Joyce; Cricket. 267
Beauty and the beasts. 427
Bid to protect birds of prey. 176
Bill appeals to PM over M1 blackspot; INTERCHANGE: Campaigner sets up petition in protest over delays. 391
Bomber is gutted by gate gaffe; SPEEDWAY. 568
Book review: A real pair of boxing greats; in association with First MINI MONSTER FUN BIKE & RUN Boxing special Both titles available at discounted prices at 4sportsboks.co.uk. 222
Books: CHILDREN'S. 218
Books: CRIME FICTION. 167
Books: LEISURE. 197
Books: ROMANTIC FICTION. 215
Bristol deny Eastwood bid; Football. 317
Bus service to new GPs' surgery. 188
Celebrations. 305
Chess ace Davina makes all the right moves. 152
Children's Sunday club. 84
COLLEGE VOTES 'YES' TO MOVE; King Edward VI to share North Warwickshire and Hinckley's campus. 634
College votes yes to move to shared site. 222
Composting call issued. 130
Controversial drug can help in cancer battle. 176
Creating a buzz in your back garden; Homes & Gardens WE all have fond memories of hazy summer afternoons relaxing in the garden with the lawn freshly mowed and the borders lovingly tended, but how often do we stop and consider the other workers in the garden? ANN EVANS takes a closer look at how we can encourage more butterflies and bees into our gardens. 262
Daily Poem; WEBSITE. 90
Darling defence. 101
Disappointed Cal aims to make up for lost time at Snetterton; Motorsport. 409
Earn shaw in Forest switch; Football. 167
ECB seek Twenty20 vision; Cricket. 130
Focus on support for carers. 91
Gold to edge out rivals. 260
Grant boost for poorer families. 192
Green Garden Cafe develops a taste for success; Food FOR young people wanting to know more about healthy vegetarian living, here's a new initiative set up to provide just that. ANN EVANS meets the people behind this new scheme. 402
Hawkins' regret at leaving Sky Blues. 244
Highland theme helps students reel in awards; COOKING: Six young chefs prove they've got what it takes - and keep on winning titles. 437
HIGHLIGHTS. 91
How Roxy made my bank holiday so special; What's good and bad on the box . . .Catch up with more TV blogs at www.coventrytelegraph.net. 124
I'd Do Anything to see Jodie win, says Sarah; ++ TV FINAL OF SEARCH FOR NANCY ++ TONIGHT'S the night the nation votes on who will win two of TV's most popular shows - Britain's Got Talent and I'd Do Anything. Telegraph reporters spoke to two Coventry contenders who made a name for themselves appearing in each show. 529
In Brief. 133
In celebration of 'Mr Coventry' HONOUR: Admiration voiced at get-together for Joe Elliott's commitment and loyalty to city. 217
It's the trivial things that get us really irritated. 597
Jewell grabs Watford duo; Football. 90
Julia's art could open a door to opportunity; EXHIBITION: Unusual door stops are part of impressive show put on by students. 403
Kevin was the life and soul of the party; FUNERAL: Vicar's impassioned plea at service for 20-year-old. 303
Learn the secrets of making your own honey. 143
Leave it to the ref, says Trump; SPEEDWAY. 595
Let the music begin! ++ COVSTOCK ++. 418
LETTER: DO YOU HAVE ANY PICTURES OR TALES OF HOLIDAYS AT CO-OP CAMP? 82
Letter: Having a Rhyl good time. 333
Letter: Rhyl perfect for family with 16 kids. 1406
LETTER: Unforgettable days at Co-op camp. 254
Letter: Your Say - Crash waiting to happen. 160
Letter: Your Say - Ignored by two bus drivers. 205
Letter: Your Say - Leisure discounts for over-60s too. 148
Make a haven for our little pollinators. 243
Marathon cycle ride to benefit Jane's charity. 200
Medal up for auction. 142
Meet me at the tape. 115
Message received and understood, Cristiano. 874
Minister to open science centre; EDUCATION: School's pounds 6m new facility hailed as one of best in country. 263
Mourners urged to take a stand over knife crime culture; FUNERAL: Vicar's impassioned plea at service for 20-year-old stabbing victim. 450
Multi-million pound vision at former market. 183
Murray goes out to rising clay star; Tennis. 593
New college in a class of its own; TOUR: Old boys from former technical school give their verdict on state-of-art campus. 456
New peace gallery is set to build on city's Dresden links. 175
No injury worries for England boss Capello; Football. 240
Park walks on offer. 83
Pet SOS; These and many more homeless dogs can be found at Dogs Trust, Honiley near Kenilworth. 116
PICK OF THE DAY. 244
Pictures reveal hidden talents. 189
Police in witness plea over assault. 143
Police probe as fire crews find cannabis; BLAZE DRAMA: Horrified neighbours woke to find smoke billowing out of house. 388
pounds 30m vision for cattle market site; SCHEME: Eco-friendly 'home zone', business park and hotel planned. 415
Putting wildlife in the picture. 87
Quick Bites. 279
Rare birds have bred. 89
Riddle of body found in road. 262
Sadness as Leofric Hotel checks out; Closure for revamp is seen as end of an era. 403
Search is on for boy. 115
Send us your pictures of Coventry. 97
Show aims to be out of this world. 207
Show has country appeal; Family Day Out FOR a great family day out with a real hearty rural feel, head along to the Kenilworth Show tomorrow. ANN EVANS takes a preview of what's on offer. 797
Show love of countryside through art. 132
Sidekick Brown is desperate to make his mark on the Isle of Man; Motorsport. 299
Six plus five equals no way for Brooking; Football. 430
Still Strange days in Wales; Golf. 332
Summer challenge issued to artists. 161
Sunday: HIGHLIGHTS. 80
Sunday: Pick of the day. 223
T'ai Chi in a park setting. 89
Temporary arrangements. 153
THUGS ATTACK SICK OAP's CAR. 452
Top stroll for a dry sunny day; Country Walks. 422
Two boys arrested for rape. 86
VICAR'S PLEA TO TAKE A STAND ON KNIFE CRIME; Call at funeral of stab victim to take action against weapons culture. 481
Volunteers cash up a record year. 94
Walk into wild world. 84
Warning on drugs filmed. 206
Warning over fake notes scam; Businesses urged to be on the lookout for bogus currency. 363
Warwicks weather flying start at Gloucester; Cricket. 549
We've loved our rollercoaster year; ++ TV FINAL OF SEARCH FOR NANCY ++. 303
Week End: Davina loves front Bro seat; THE wait is nearly over - Big Brother is back, but will anyone from Coventry or Warwickshire finally join the new housemates? All will be revealed when the reality show returns to Channel 4 on Thursday and TV writer MARION McMULLEN will be eagerly watching the first moments of the BB9 newcomers. Television. 816
Work to start on new bus station; 'Plan will bring huge benefits'. 374
Youngsters urged to let their talents shine. 183
Your Shout: Ditch the car and take the bike instead. 451
Youth worker honoured for long service to council. 104

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