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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 6, 2012)

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All puff and no substance to smoke-free zone. 468
Allardyce hails his greatest win; FOOTBALL. 105
APPRENTICES ARE VITAL TO SURVIVAL. 529
AWARDS ARE THE BUSINESS; Celebrate best local firms at prestigious ceremony. 1164
Bablake boys power through to junior biathlon semi-finals. 223
Bath tee up semi against Tigers; RUGBY. 156
Battle lines drawn at the RSC. 395
Beware the doorstep duo out to con you; letters@coventrytelegraph.net Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 251
Boro move quick after game is off. 249
Brakes boss strengthens squad; EVO?STIK PREMIER. 178
BUDGET REVEALS pounds 17M CUTS PLANS; Council to protect frontline services but concede more pain is inevitable. 558
CAMPAIGN MAKES A MARK. 1124
Can Hermann 'The King' do Houdini act next please? 351
Charlton fears for Euro campaign. 264
CHEATS USED BENEFITS TO PAY DEBTS; Young couple had run up massive gambling losses. 403
Chilling development. 360
CITY SHIVERS IN HEAVY SNOWFALL; Temperatures hover at -1C in coldest day of winter so far. 360
Council planners were a hindrance; Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 178
Council team give advice on Twitter. 190
Councillors' imaginary vote; Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 126
COUNTY PAIR PUSH ON AT NATIONALS. 277
Cricket fan heading to Africa with HIV charity. 228
DAD JAILED OVER BANK CARD THEFTS; Gang member stole from health club in crime spree. 341
Depressed city teacher in tribunal. 196
Ella blazes a winning trail. 302
Ellie's so beautiful, I want to watch her grow up. "I don't want to die; GRAN'S ANGUISH OVER HEALTH CHIEFS' DECISION TO DENY HER LIFE?SAVING OP. 596
EUROPE RENTS FALLING. 312
ex-servicenotes. 308
Experts help students in interviews. 186
FAMILY RIG BEHIND YOU! 139
Farmland proving to be alternative asset class. 243
Fashioning success. 132
Figures show need to back what's left; business TheProf With Professor David Bailey of Coventry University Business School. 472
First of many for debutant Farrell. 193
Getting to grips with interactive baby boom at college. 269
GOALS GALORE BUT COACH WANTS MORE. 430
GOVE TO RULE ON SCHOOLS REFURB; MP presses for quick decision. 336
Greenbacks hope for thaw; EVO?STIK ONE CENTRAL. 158
Halfpenny seals dramatic victory. 198
HARVEY PAINTS THE TOWN HALL RED. 371
Homes evacuated after suspected gas leak. 257
How to make cloud computing work for you. 405
INSIDE. 151
Insurance do helps charity. 190
Jobseekers saddle up for work with refurbished prison bikes. 242
Jokers barricade road with giant snowballs. 293
LANCASTER UP FOR PERMANENT ROLE; SIX NATIONS. 521
LATE NIGHT TAKEAWAYS OFF MENU; Extra hours appeal refused. 317
Man is bailed in VAT fraud probe. 133
Megan sings her heart out for tragic pal Pippa. 469
Miniatura is back at the NEC. 115
Ministers outline fraud crackdown; InBrief. 127
Modern offices are available along busy shopping street. 166
New brassiere serves up a real Indian treat; Monday briefing. 103
New scheme to boost the look of town shops. 102
New tax firm at city's MTC. 136
NHS chiefs say hospital must make a case for procedure. 237
No senior executives or their six-figure salaries to go... 194
On your marks, get set...dance; 2,500 YOUNGSTERS PREPARE FOR OLYMPIC EVENT. 293
Onthisday. 168
Parents chip in to raise pounds 10k computers. 193
Passenger fume over flight delays. 146
Pen points. 189
Pet Idol; WE NEED A COURAGEOUS CAT, A DARING DOG OR A HEROIC HAMSTER TO BECOME OUR... 732
Poets' corner. 139
Priority Exhibition in contract win; Monday briefing. 104
Prize donations needed for our charity auction; Myton Hospice. 498
Pupils get prepared for job interviews. 200
Rivals united in rage at officials; PREMIER LEAGUE. 416
Roadworks need a rethink; Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 126
Scots confident of scoring. 200
Scout HQ gets birthday revamp. 145
Sizing 'savage' in victory over Zeb; RACING. 137
Sound of self help therapy. 125
STUDENTS HACK TOP BOXER'S SECRETS; But it's just for BBC documentary. 384
Swann upbeat as England try to salvage pride; CRICKET. 343
Tearful Lawrie back in big time; GOLF. 220
THE QUEEN CELEBRATES 60 YEARS. 426
THERE'S NO JUSTICE, CITY; It's a cop-out as ref denies Sky Blues a penalty reply. 1126
UK families still facing debts of pounds 7,900. 196
UK railways bottom of Europe league. 136
Villa scuppered by Cisse. 171
Ville kept under wraps by Dartnall. 114
Vote for Ayusha in art contest. 109
VOTE FOR YOUR SCHOOL STARS. 900
We wanted to get out of place of mass murder; INTERNATIONAL Holocaust Memorial Day in Coventry on January 27 - the day the Russians liberated Auschwitz Concentration Camp in 1945 - brought back unforgettable memories for Telegraph reader Peter Surtees. Peter, of Sutton Avenue, Eastern Green, Coventry, decided to write about his experiences visiting Auswitz Concentration Camp back in 1993 with his wife Pat. 718
We've got to learn! THORN DESPAIR AT CITY NAIVETY WE MISSED OUR BIG CHANCE! 811
Woman hurt in A46 crash with lorry. 187
Woman's delight as lost wad of cash is found. 267
Youngsters are on the radar for safety workshops; YOUR schools Pictures: Joe Bailey. 366
Your Focus. 554

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