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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 19, 2012)

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3,000 Barclays work placements. 143
A bad hair day... for all the family; 'THE WAY Russell Youll I SEE IT...' 'THE WAY Russell Youll I SEE IT...'. 150
A dream home comes true for Kelly and Mark. 529
AN OFFICER AND A LADY; TV PRODUCTION manager Claire Jackson may be petite but she has no qualms about commanding a platoon of soldiers double her size. Last autumn the 35-year-old became one of the first soldiers in her TA Regiment to gain the Officer Commission at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Claire tells CATHERINE VONLEDEBUR how it feels to swap TV war documentaries for real-life drama on the front line... 1287
Austin finally gets his park wish. 165
AWESOME FOURSOME! Warwick University quadruplets all graduate on the same day. 428
Basement battlers making up ground. 989
Bear consolidate top-half position; SNOOKER. 343
Bears make swift return to profit; CRICKET. Financial report 148
Broad not ready to throw in the towel. 508
CALM TAYLOR HOLDS HIS NERVE FOR COV; BOWLS. 818
Cash boost to help OAPs stay at home; InBrief. 150
Catholic leader left 'grief stricken' over child abuse. 203
Central Six is killing city centre retail; letters@coventrytelegraph.net Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 206
Centres provide vital support for town businesses. 402
City kids have to hit back after loss; FOOTBALL. 323
Coleman set to be given Wales post. 288
COUNCIL'S VOW ON JOBS AND GROWTH. 348
County care home meals tested by officers. 110
Dogs find human head in a bag; InBrief. 103
DRUNK THUGS LEAVE VICTIM'S EYESIGHT DAMAGED FOR LIFE. 409
Electric car to race at Le Mans. 104
Elliott gives Blues revenge over Wolves in cup; FA CUP. 316
EX?CITY STAR'S BIKE TREK FOR PRINCE'S TRUST. 561
FAMILIES 'SACRIFICE FOOD TO PAY BILLS' Citizens Advice 'inundated' with pleas for advice over escalating costs. 447
Fans rescue Quakers at the death. 237
Fighting fit to help sick kids. 153
FIREFIGHTERS HELP TACKLE LOAN SHARKS. 435
Folk legends in lifetime achievement honour. Awards list 120
For the good of your health; State of the art City of Coventry Health Centre up and running. 731
Frosty victory for Adkins not enough to give him trophy; CYCLING. 194
FUTURE OF DAW MILL COLLIERY 'ON KNIFE EDGE' Big changes at pit in hope of keeping Warwickshire's last deep mine open. 462
Great service in hospital; letters@coventrytelegraph.net Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 145
Griffins lay down marker with landmark victory; BASKETBALL. 418
Has Nimely learned from Super Mario? Fans' Zone. 539
Have your say. 177
HERMANNATOR up for the fight; CITY SPIRIT IMPRESSES VETERAN. 831
High Court rules to evict protesters. 236
High hopes for Zaynar at Ascot; RACING. 149
High speed rail will improve our regional train services; Lettersextra. 137
Hotel burns victim airlifted to hospital. 104
HS2 CHANGES 'DON'T GO FAR ENOUGH'. 341
Impressionist brought to life; TheDailyPreview. 220
Inthecourts. 330
Is HS2 cash coming from reduced fuel allowance? Lettersextra. 132
JACKPOT FOR ELSON; GOLF. 724
Jobless total falls slightly across the region. 254
KEEPER SIGNS UP AS TRIO LEAVE VALLEY; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 406
Ladies lose out to Erdington in annual friendly. 310
Legendary middlewight Les Allen dies at 82. 299
Let's show some spirit! Major developments totally transform the north east of Coventry. 874
Local firms can enjoy more Wi-Fi hotspots; business Business briefing. 101
Making a difference at the Nook. 358
Man arrested over flooding at city flats. 111
MAN KILLED AT CEMENT WORKS. Obituary 397
Marsden released by Boro; BLUE SQUARE NORTH. 128
MAYOR'S POWERS REMAIN MYSTERY; No decision on role before poll. 356
Millie's always kissing us, it's as if she's thanking us for giving her a new home; HAPPY ENDING FOR PET DOG AT CENTRE OF CRUELTY CASE. 530
Money should be spent on existing road network; Lettersextra. 192
More than just bricks and mortar; Pride in Camp Hill Coventry & Warwickshire Regeneration Special. 1001
Mortgages made simple at seminar. 115
Mourners say farewell to rambler Ron. 138
NIGHTHAWKS TAKE TO WING FOR COV. 392
No justification for building this line; Lettersextra. 111
NO LET UP IN WAR ON CITY DRUG DEALERS; New top cop vows to continue crackdown on suppliers. 436
No loopholes for new hunting laws; letters@coventrytelegraph.net Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 176
NO WORRIES FOR DOMINANT NADAL. 309
Nurses hit out at new health plan. 137
Ollie: I won't be held to ransom; FOOTBALL. 146
Olympic duo speak at university event. 134
One in the och aye for Alex; 'THE WAY Russell Youll I SEE IT...'. 177
Onthisday. 140
Patients benefit from resolution; InBrief. 103
Pen points. 188
Peterson blocks Khan rematch; BOXING. 114
PLAYING TO WIN GODIVA SLOT; Big chance at Young Entertainer contest. 420
pounds 377,000 cost of school Bibles. 124
Programme puts youngsters right at the heart of the action. 255
Pub firm's warning despite Xmas cheer; business Business briefing. 124
Pupils cook up a new competition; InBrief. 103
Rankin injured on Lions tour. 106
RAPE CHARGE BOY, 14, WILL STAND TRIAL. 221
Re-imagining an historic street; Neglected buildings have been revamped but popular area retains its bohemian feel. 777
Richest Midlanders keep getting richer; InBrief. 124
Ron's ramblers' guides a blast; letters@coventrytelegraph.net Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 110
SCHOOLS NEED URGENT REFURB SAYS MINISTER; ... but they'll have to wait for decision on cash to do it. 345
Scouts unveil refurbished HQ. 101
Search on for singers to join classical group. 171
SKY BLUES FANS WANT SISU TALKS; Olive branch offered after protests. 457
Staff launch fancy dress party. 114
Staying out in front; Regeneration the Warwickshire approach County Council remains committed to promoting the economy of local towns in the face of increasing competition. 1062
Subway project has created sense of community. 258
Tennis club's better service with new licence. 271
TERROR FOR BOY AS GANG RAIDS HOME; Petrified teenager dials 999 after locking himself in bathroom Boy's terror as burglars strike. 573
The missing piece... 829
Toy distributor suffers sales dip; business Business briefing. 119
TUC: Take tips from German manufacturers. 164
TWO DEAD AS AIRCRAFT HITS PEAK; Worldnews. 324
UK has highest web sales. 106
Up for the challenge; Council leader JOHN MUTTON on why this is going be a year to remember for the city of Coventry. 752
VILLAGE IN SHOCK OVER CHIP SHOP OWNER'S DEATH. 366
VOTE FOR YOUR SCHOOL STARS. 743
What a relief as JLS sign for show; InBrief. 114
Where there's a Wii, there's a way; 'THE WAY Russell Youll I SEE IT...'. 119
Why are we being taken for such a ride for car insurance? 'THE WAY Russell Youll I SEE IT...'. 375
WIN A MINI! Just collect 12 tokens to enter. 519
Woz focused on looking forward. 163
Your Stars. 566

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