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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 29, 2012)

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60 years' wedded bliss for couple. 101
999 system celebrates 75th anniverary. 128
A QUARTET TO CROW ABOUT; Folk. 229
A world of music hits centre stage. 157
Aaron's scorcher! 168
Alhebayeb heads to Newmarket; RACING. 149
Aliens pose big question. 157
All at sea for the Olympics. 142
ALSOSHOWING. 184
AND THE DANCE GOES ON; A night to remember as city group celebrates 30th birthday with spectacular show. 361
ART'S BIGGEST TALENT SHOW; Art. 386
Battling Webby right in the mix; GOLF. 169
BEES CAN'T KEEP IN TOUCH. 789
Birds drown as sanctuary floods. 157
BLUNKETT IN PLEDGE OVER JUNCTIONS; MP takes up protest over shared spaces. 463
BOMB BOYS MEMORIAL IS UNVEILED. 457
Boy targeted by stranger. 178
BUS LANE CRASHES SPARK FRESH FURY; Two accidents in two months at controversial site near rail station. 531
Cap is impressed by form of Bears back-up. 172
CARS ARE THE STARS AGAIN. 423
Celebration of Jamaican dancehall art. 216
CENTENARIAN GLADYS DIES AT AGE OF 104. Obituary 385
Champion Taylor out to defend Saturday Merit trophy. 213
CHILD 'KICKED INTO THE AIR' STILL SUFFERS. 359
Child abuse crackdown. 102
CINEMALISTINGS. 512
City lead chase for Fleck; CASHING IN ON RANGERS' PLIGHT City hope to get Fleck on a free. 346
CITY SHOWS WAY ON HEALTH EQUALITY. 454
City Solar Daventry Road have enjoyed a boom in orders over last 2 years so why are some homeowners still sceptical? ADVERTISEMENT. 580
Clean-up as jobs fair disrupted by weather. 132
Coach hails under-10s after final appearance. 117
College kids take turns with torch. 147
College students help sick babies and tots. 245
Cook not focusing on the top ranking; CRICKET. 287
Cops seek Good Samaritan after sexual assault. 108
Crunch clash for North Midlands. 231
DAD KILLER JAILED FOR EIGHT YEARS; Victim was stabbed to death in argument over a pounds 10 debt. 446
Dance show a joy to watch; letters@coventrytelegraph.net Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 122
deaths. 1325
Debenhams sales strategy pays off; business Business briefing. 121
DEMANDS MADE FOR HS2 FACTS; Transport secretary put on the spot. 231
Diamonds go on show for Jubilee. 101
Disgusted by bar's policy to armed forces; letters@coventrytelegraph.net Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 257
Docs call for more action. Conference notes 129
Doctor is chairman of union. 162
English will live longer than Scots. 148
Ex-councillor who sold secrets to Czech spies. 227
Exorcist director has ended up an ordinary Joe. 354
Fan power drives coach firm profits; business Business briefing. 133
Farah revelling in life over the Pond; OLYMPICS. 144
Fiat's engine-ius idea drives Punto forward; RoadTest. 568
FORCES JOIN FOR ANNUAL PARADE; Thousands expected to line streets for celebration. 430
Ford screamer comes of age; RoadTest. 695
Free legal help for domestic abuse victims. 202
Furniture store helping charity. 103
Girl's miracle escape in car park terror. 151
Going Gaga for McQueen dress. 168
Golf day raises pounds 6,000 for NSPCC. 154
Healthy options boost Greene King; business Business briefing. 133
HEALTHY START TO GODIVA FESTIVAL; TV doctors on call in War Memorial Park. 331
Heavyweight is a knockout; RoadTest. 1165
HIGHAM Lane pupils took home [...]. 142
Housing benefit axe is unfair; letters@coventrytelegraph.net Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 129
HUB OFFERS ADULTS AIDS TO LEARNING. 428
in memoriam. Obituary 127
INCY PRINCELY SPIDER; Cinema. 678
Inland Revenue writes off pounds 5.2BN taxes. 112
IRA TWEET CITY STAR IS SUSPENDED; Deegan hit with two-week club training ban over post. 222
It all adds up for school kids. 192
IT'S ALL GONE QUIET OVER SHARE... No more talks planned on SISU buying half of the Ricoh Arena. 739
IT'S VROOM TIME FOR MIDLANDS; How Coventry-based Jaguar Land Rover is leading the revival in the car industry many had written off. 872
Jazz and blues extravaganza sees 180 shows in 10 days. 331
KEN BROWN'S pounds 200 CHARITY GIFT 'TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE' Donation 'can't make up for soldiers' snub'. 459
Ladies sides clinging on to hopes of qualifying. 211
Leisure group hires bosses. 151
Lewis wants to help London GP; FORMULA ONE. 148
Line up for battle of the bands. 227
LODGE INTEREST IN MAGIC OPERA; Classical. 168
Look Hugh's still got the funk; Jazz. 202
LOTS OF FRILLS FOR DAME IAIN; Theatre. 575
LOTTO CASH AIDS YOUNG JOBSEEKERS. 407
Man charged over road death. 112
Man charged with pounds 170,000 charity theft. 110
Meadows won't be going quietly. 106
Minister shrugs off grilling by Paxman. 129
Morgan brings a Mex of music and art. 202
MUM GETS SET FOR HER10TH RACE FOR LIFE; Louise running in memory of four loved ones who were lost to cancer. Obituary 467
Mushtaq ton in fifth MKB win; CRICKET. 266
Nadal nosedives! 232
Olympic cyclist Tommy opens new exhibition. 185
Onthisday. 204
Parent's helpline for mental health; letters@coventrytelegraph.net Letters letters@coventrytelegraph.net. Letter to the editor 151
PARRY SWEEPS UP TO PUT COPSES TOP; BOWLS. 565
Pearce right to leave out Beckham. 241
Pen points. 198
Power standby for Nunthorpe. 102
Powerful portrait of inspirational Harry; Cinema. 403
Pupils get a taste of Paralympic sports. 203
Relationships drama has power and truth. 354
Row breaks out over depot plan. 119
Schools praised. 109
Scouts on march with pounds 7,000. 112
SET FOR A LITTLE BIT OF DRAMA; Theatre. 356
Shaw looking forward to bringing back glory; Character is vital in Shaw's escape plan. 1265
SIX MORE SCHOOLS FACE ACADEMY MOVE; Government may force switch on underperforming primaries. 391
SoundBites. 272
SPORT ON TV. 103
StageWhispers. Theater review 172
Stalwart Guy takes baton for last time. 327
Summer rush for Citysolar; ADVERTISEMENT. 309
Super Mario's double sets up final test for Italy; SEMI-FINAL. 323
Sykes boosted by Spain tests; MOTORSPORT. 151
Teens admit writing offensive tweets to England duo. 152
Tesco staff aim for the moon. 108
THE RIOT SQUAD! Coventry band back for Godiva Festival after stint in the States Music FESTIVAL FEVER. 773
Top sides clash in last eight of cup. 102
TOP TRIO WON'T LET UP IN THEIR BATTLE FOR THE CROWN; TENNIS. 698
TROUGHTON WANTS THREE OUT OF THREE. 395
University honour for Susan Boyle. 122
VICAR JIM REVS UP FOR RETIREMENT; Popular churchman and motor enthusiast hangs up his dog collar after 30 years in city pulpits. 370
WATER TORTURE; Torrential rain, flash floods and hailstones the size of golf balls... on a afternoon JUNE when storms turned day into night! 106
Westfeldt shines in delightful rom-com. 364
Williams wants to make his mark. 104
Women missing out on pensions; InBrief. 127
Worst foot forward; WIMBLEDON. 198
Worst storm for 30 YEARS; FREAK WEATHER LASHES COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE IN THE... 779
Yet more glory for St Thomas. 201
YOUNG RIDERS ARE GAINING TRACTION; JUNIOR SPORT. 289
Your 60 SECOND guide to the week ahead. Calendar 453

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