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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 18, 2012)

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3,000 thank-yous staff to hospital; WALK OF WARWICKSHIRE PARTICIPANTS RAISE THOUSANDS OF POUNDS FOR BABY CARE APPEAL. 472
acknowledgements KIERNAN Christine Nancy and [...]. 137
Activities focus on work of carers; InBrief. 115
Alan and Rene toast 60 years of marriage... in their own pub! YOUR celebrations. 371
BEARS IN NEED OF A LITTLE SUNSHINE. 636
BIG NAMES LINE UP FOR SALES SHOW; ISMM backs Ricoh Arena to stage premier event for fourth year in a row. 352
Blaze to be 'bigger and meaner'. 257
Book club needs more readers; InBrief. 118
BRAVE CRUTCHLOW SCYTHES THROUGH; MOTOGP. 638
Call for local exporters to enter awards. 138
Caludon Castle is parents' choice; InBrief. 184
Church gala celebrates the Jubilee. 118
COACH HOLIDAYS 2 days from [...]. 321
College backs free meals for students. 245
College stages big celebration. 105
CONSTRUCTION IS IMPROVING SAY SURVEYORS. 325
Cook trumpets tactics to dowse the Windies' fire; CRICKET. 319
COUNCIL PLEDGE ON OVERGROWN GRAVES; Wet weather delays grass cutting. 461
Coventry welcomes visit of holy Buddhist on UK tour; YOUR events. 146
CYCLISTS SET OFF CHAIN REACTION; 800 Bikeathon riders raise thousands for charities. 524
Death crash driver freed. 103
Death crash woman was 'much loved' InBrief. 126
deaths. 703
Distribution company merits top accolade. 250
Duchess mucks in round camp fire. 105
Early life around dad's hotels gave room for improvement; TheDailyPreview. 487
Electric bus move is great for city; business TheProf With Professor David Bailey of Coventry University Business School. Travel narrative 476
England don't lack motivation for final game; RUGBY. 343
ex-servicenotes. 279
FALLING SUPPORT WORRIES HORTON; ELITE LEAGUE SPEEDWAY. 610
FAMILY'S TRIBUTE TREK FOR GRANDAD. 445
Fonz finishes first festival with flourish. 372
Free pub meal for the armed forces; InBrief. 104
Games opener masks real-life farming; Letters. Letter to the editor 162
Garden is perfect way to remember our hero dad; DAUGHTERS' PRIDE AS MEMORIAL UNVEILED TO HONOUR SOLDIER KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN. 460
GB rowers show gold-star form; OLYMPICS. 169
Get fruity with charity tea party; Letters. Letter to the editor 131
GREEKS 'OPT TO STAY IN EUROZONE' Pro-bailout party wins poll to ease fears. 433
Heavy rain hits matches again; BIRMINGHAM CRICKET. 183
Higher fines are needed to teach dog mess culprits a clean-up lesson; YOUR views. 538
Hogan's cider nets two major awards. 177
Huge field for King's Stand; RACING. 172
Hundreds enjoy a peaceful weekend. 156
IMMIGRATION TIMEBOMB; Surge in foreigners settling in city 'will send population soaring and put strain on services' EXCLUSIVE. 149
INNOVATION HELPS SPRUE TO SUCCESS; Safety firm scoops the latest Excellence Award. 539
JUST ONE AIM FOR CITY; Thorn: My players believe they'll go back up. 200
LET'S DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY! 190
Local food served at House of Fraser shops; BusinessMonday briefing. 103
Long running dispute isn't going away. 212
Make YOUR baby a star! 560
MINISTER PRAISES GREEN BUSES IDEA; Another transport first puts city in spotlight. 495
Moment of madness; TENNIS. 240
No surprise over skills shortage. 200
Nominations are now being sought for the Birmingham Post Business Awards; 2012. 276
Olympic tickets corruption probe; InBrief. 106
Onthisday. 228
PAIR FACE ARMED ROBBERY CHARGES. 366
Pen points. 191
Perfect Germany stay cool to wrap up group; GROUP B. 250
Poets' corner. 155
Police hunt man who conned OAP; InBrief. 128
Refurbished office suites are available. 157
Repeat success for Audi trio; LE MANS. 349
Rivals line up against Frankel. 176
Roll up for our summer fayre; Myton Hospice. 526
Ronaldo at the double to finish off dismal Dutch; GROUP B. 255
Rotary club marks 90th anniversary. 339
Security lax at Coventry care homes; Letters. Letter to the editor 215
Spar shop the last resort to move into old Yates's venue. 345
STEAM BOAT FANS HONOUR KEITH'S LABOUR OF LOVE. 452
Strict days at 'The Tec' taught us discipline; TELEGRAPH reader Peter Surtees, of Sutton Avenue, Eastern Green, recalls the "frightening" experience of starting his secondary education at Coventry Technical School, in The Butts. But despite the harsh rules and formidable teachers, Peter says he learned about respect. 998
Students go wild on the catwalk with eye-catching fashion show; YOUR schools. 286
Sullivan falls away; GOLF. 163
Taxing issue for private schools; Letters. Letter to the editor 111
The Coventry nightspot where crowds danced to rock legends; YOUR nostalgia ROCK fan Pete Clemons recalls when The Locarno/ Tiffany's put Coventry on the map as a major music venue and a must-play for big name bands. Pete, who is compiling a history of the city's music scene, recalls when the building rocked from the 60s to the 80s during its pre-library days. 1042
The Coventry to aid British Legion; BusinessMonday briefing. 103
UNRUFFLED ROO IS READY TO DELIVER; EURO 2012. 472
VILLAGE GREEN BID GOES QUIET; A year on and no news on Charterhouse Fields. 406
Villagers win back bus link to University Hospital. 118
Villagers win battle to block crematorium. 237
Walcott a worry for Hodgson; EURO 2012. 164
Your Focus. 561

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