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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 16, 2009)

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A STUNNING SHOW HOME IN A SUPERB LOCATION; Mowbray Manor. 566
Acknowledgements. 244
Battle to halt fire station closures; CAMPAIGN: Families sign petition over fears lives could be put lives at risk. 535
Bears key man Carter facing fitness race; Giles pleased with progress. 387
Beware the short lease. 315
Bid to save green belt. 149
Big band musicians plea. 113
Boss who's been raided 30 times; CRIME: But garden centre owner says burglars will never drive him away. 481
Boxing coach who made champions; OBITUARY: Boys Club winner Ted Frankish went on to train ABA contenders. 516
Brakes are pitch perfect. 81
Canley keeping it tight on their way to the top; COVENTRY. 230
City fight off battling Blades; Hard work pays off in a thrilling encounter. 952
City honour for Stan, 69; FREEMAN: 10,000 miles and 34 years later... 453
City rail bid is back on track; PROJECT: Councillors call for north-south link to get go-ahead. 354
Cossar and Wilson runners-up; SIDECAR SPEEDWAY. 249
Courageous to the end. 117
Crunch talks after Wolves maul Bees; SPEEDWAY: Team and mechanics clear the air as season lurches towards a crisis. 469
Cuts will hit young and old - Labour; BUDGET: Ruling Tories say services need not be harmed. 484
Cuts will hit young and old - Labour; BUDGET: Ruling Tories say services need not be harmed. 503
Dann double keeps Boro Res on track; NUNEATON. 730
Deaths. 874
Doctor Who artwork at city gallery. 145
Dogs' plush new home. 95
England suffer; CRICKET. 200
Enjoy a great traditional Christmas in Jersey. 160
Exclusive, hi-tech...and it's good for the planet. 260
F1 team is saved as BMW sell their stake; FORMULA ONE BMW Sauber have. 205
Forward struggles expose Kenilworth; LOCAL ROUND-UP. 541
Free advice on careers. 101
Fun and fluffy sounds of the sixties; TheDailyReview DREAMBOATS & PETTICOATS Belgrade Theatre, Coventry Until Saturday. Running time 2hrs 30mins. 242
Games call to disabled. 94
Green car tests get cash boost; TRIALS: pounds 2.5m funding for project. 322
Greenbacks make it count at home. 182
Hogging the limelight. 107
Home that's just perfect for a family; PROPERTY OF THE WEEK. 239
Homes tick all the boxes. 383
Homeseekera. 228
Howes and Wilkinson in finals victory; BOWLS. 397
Huge names at literary festival. 145
HUNDREDS OF CITY COUNCIL JOBS AT RISK; EXCLUSIVE: Bosses planning cuts of pounds 70m: Massive pounds 70m cuts planned. 472
I will keep gloves on! ICE HOCKEY:"I'm a winger, not a fighter," says rejuvenated Campbell as he discovers new lease of life. 326
In Memoriam. Obituary 208
It all adds up to staff dedication; SERVICE: Accountancy firm's focus on training and careers pays off. 422
KABUL'S FORG OTTEN VICTIMS.. It is estimstrd that 36 per cent of Afghans are widows. 425
Keep your foot on the gas; Coleman wants Best to keep on firing for City. 336
Late try seals win for Earlsdon; RUGBY. 256
Let's face the facts on grouse shooting; Letters. Letter to the editor 192
Local bands are forgotten; Letters. Letter to the editor 111
Looking up to Beckham. 119
Nominate YOUR local heroes. 278
Onthisday. 120
Organ date in church. 92
Park pair are trunk rockers. 126
Pen points. 159
Pick of the day. 171
Priorities wrong on city's roads; Letters. Letter to the editor 116
Rush hour chaos after M6 pile-up. 285
SAVE OUR FIRE STATIONS; Campaign launched to fight proposed cuts. 334
Scheme made our dream affordable. 381
Secondment plan to ease job threat; business briefing. 156
Seminars offer help to expand export trade. 209
Shock of sky-high car park charges; Letters. Letter to the editor 254
Summit to highlight senior citizens week. 101
Timing is key to finding a bargain. 320
TODAY'S NUMBERS. 132
Tongan talent set to call the shots; RUGBY: Fly-half Apikotoa will make his debut against high-scoring Exeter Chiefs. 447
Town rail station bid approved. 184
Tragedy behind Shirley's success; AWARDS: Last year's winner urges everyone to lend guiding hand. 405
Travellers ordered off city industrial estate; ILLEGAL CAMP: Families warned to move on within 24 hours or face eviction proceedings. 278
Tributes on menu to Floyd; SHOWBIZ: Fellow TV chefs in praise. 285
Tributes paid to caring teacher. 286
Turpin and Moore hold up Westlea; LEAMINGTON. 440
Warning for kids to get immunised; HEALTH: Measles returns to the West Midlands. 377
WIN... a luxury weekend away with; Every day another chance to win! 710
Work to save stone archway. 89
Your stars [...]. 557

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