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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (November 28, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
'Exhausted' Federer wins his sixth finals title; TENNIS. 369
A humble businessman with a heart of gold... CO?OP CHIEF OVERCOMES ADVERSITY TO BECOME ONE OF THE UK'S TOP ASIAN BUSINESS LEADERS. 1020
A lot of local jobs depend on market. 451
Action needed to deal with metal thefts 'epidemic'. 216
Addleton delighted by spirit as Cov sink leaders. 282
ANOTHER PERFECT DAY FOR RAMPANT RED BULL; FORMULA ONE. 988
AVB wants Blues to go on a run; FOOTBALL. 103
Blaze deliver professional performance. 259
BOYS ON SONG TO TAKE STARRING MOVIE ROLE; Pupils hit all the right notes to star alongside David Tennant in follow-up to hit Nativity! film. 435
BRAVE LUCAS FACES HIS BIGGEST BATTLE; Mum Laura launches drive to keep son's cerebral palsy at bay. 435
Centuries old knight's tale. 135
Charity zumba night. 107
Cipriani defends England stars; RUGBY. 146
City will stick to their guns; BOSS: PASSING GAME WILL PAY OFF Boss: Gary will be a real asset. 583
CLOCKWATCH. 199
Council staff relocated in cost-cutting move. 138
COV HIT THE TRAIL FOR EPIC VICTORY; NATIONAL ONE. 828
Dad's house burgled for car money. 160
Defoe: Sky's the limit for Spurs. 105
Demand in China drives Jag's 30 per cent sales hike. 159
DOH! Is this the face of Jesus - or maybe Homer... MAN STUNNED AT CLINIC AS MYSTERIOUS IMAGE APPEARS ON TOWEL. 420
Don't travel by air - stop the pollution; Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 193
Ecstasy suspected in clubbers' deaths; InBrief. 119
Emergency help on childcare. 139
ex-servicenotes. 376
EXPANDING WARP SPEED INTO EAST ASIA; Company takes its fingerprint matching technology across the globe. Company overview 415
FIRMS FORGE NEW LINKS IN GLOBAL HONG KONG; 12 companies head to the Far East to boost trading SPECIAL REPORT All the lastest business news from Jenny Waddington in Hong Kong. 519
FIRMS FORGE NEW LINKS IN HONG KONG; 12 companies head to the Far East to boost trading. 522
FOOTBALL MOURNS GARY SPEED. 406
Funny goings on. 106
FURNITURE FIRM TOLD TO LOOK AT OTHER CITY SITES. 417
GARDNER A REAL CREDIT; But loan star can't salvage Amex share. 1227
Getting gear for a brighter future. 221
Girl, four, dies after M-way pile-up horror. 225
Giving kids in care a voice. 349
Greenbacks frustrated by plucky strugglers; EVO-STIK ONE CENTRAL. 139
Have your say. 177
Hospitals praised in national guide. 108
How to avoid the pitfalls around providing references; Asktheexpert. 353
Indian spiritual leader honoured; YOUR events. 398
Inspiring workers of the future; YOUR events. 269
Inthecourts. 380
Jaguar in cash boost for Myton Hospices. 174
LANDOWNERS SHOULD SEEK ADVICE OVER REFORMS. 330
Little school - big ideas. 301
Macini defends Mario after striker sees red. 207
Man finds disgusting tooth in Tesco yogurt; pounds 15 VOUCHERS OFFERED TO CANCER PATIENT AN 'INSULT'. 475
Mixed day for Blyth but Brakes reach the top; EVO-STIK PREMIER. 172
Motorway police issue warning. 154
NAUGHT Y BUT NICE; TheDailyReview MEASURE FOR MEASURE, Swan Theatre, Stratford, until March 10. Running time: 2 hrs 55 mins. 288
NAUGHT Y BUT NICE; TheDailyReview. 313
New flats built on site of my old firm; Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 163
New legislation designed to allow small venues to keep music live. 107
NEW SHOP PLANS FOR OLD PUB SITE; Application looks set to be denied as proposal is deemed unsuitable. 440
Numbers add up for local firm. 170
Nuns outgunned after bright start; NATIONAL TWO. 162
Onthisday. 153
Osbourne unveils business loan plans. 192
Overcoming barriers to learning. 152
Pen points; Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 180
Poets' corner; Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 118
pounds 9,000 boost from festivities; Myton Hospice. 520
Privileged to play a part organising council party. 274
Pupils box-up gifts for charity. 178
Pupils get to grips with community centre tasks. 311
Radical reforms will help SMEs win deals; BusinessMonday briefing. 115
Ready for big freeze. 104
Santa drops in to festive fetes. 202
SCHOOLS TO CLOSE IN UNION PENSION ROW; Day of action by teachers and support staff across Coventry and Warwickshire. 501
SPEEDING DRUNK LED COPS ON CHASE; Driver reached speeds of 60 mph in built up areas before crashing. 419
Statement must instil confidence; PLANS FOR LONG?TERM GROWTH VITAL. 330
STRIKE WILL SHUT DOWN COUNTY; Mass walkout at schools and council as bosses back action Council services, courts and job centres also hit by shutdown. 376
SUPERB BORO RUIN VAUGHAN'S DAY OUT; FA TROPHY. 603
SUPERMARKET PLEDGES TO HELP OUR CAMPAIGN. 467
Survival of the fittest nonsense; Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 118
SURVIVING THE TITANIC; Son of oldest living survivor visits school to recount his mother's remarkable story. 448
Swans and Villa play out draw at sombre Liberty. 199
Teenage pregnancies in city starting to fall. 223
Terrorising poor animals; Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 117
The BIG takeover... 254
Theatre group tackle some serious issues. 301
Third man charged with murder over stabbing. 221
Toon boss Pards backs Krul to go all the way; FOOTBALL. 207
Top author describes a writer's life. 188
TOPSY?TURVY BLAZE ARE PEGGED BACK; ELITE ICE HOCKEY LEAGUE. 680
Trophy run would suit Wilkin well. 293
TwentyQuestions. 457
Valley downed by controversial pen. 109
Vets gathered in Warwick for special seminar; BusinessMonday briefing. 224
Warwick firm recruits new managing director. 208
We're neglected and ignored; RESIDENTS' ANGER OVER COMPLAINT ON LACK OF WARDEN COVER. 449
What is happening with town redevelopment? 197
Widow's family in appeal over ashes. 205
WIN an all-inclusive family holiday to the Med... 567
Your dream pantomime. 175
YOUR events; A sign of THE TELEGRAPH things to come... 283
Your Focus. 411
Your Star with Claire Petulengro. 577

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