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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 16, 2012)

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'All the world's a stage and all the boys and girls merely players' INTRODUCING SHAKESPEARE TO A YOUNG AUDIENCE. 425
'CATHEDRAL VENUE COSTS JUST TOO HIGH' The Enemy explain their decision to move city gig to the Kasbah. 630
'MASKED RIOTERS THREW PETROL BOMBS AT CARS' Court told city gang were armed with clubs and axes. 111
'Non-story' cries desperate Dan amid splits. 749
A day the city will never forget. 668
A FOUR?BED OF HIGH STANDING; Property of the week... 178
All aboard for showground... 271
Apartment enjoys central location. 120
Back to work for Fergie after loss. 108
Benefits of home improvements. 131
Bleasdale spurs on Dennison; OLYMPICS. 104
BOATING TRAGEDY MOTHER TELLS OF HEARTACHE. 423
Bonfire given chance to shine. 138
Borders chief: Deportation is taking too long. 146
BROOKS HITS OUT AT POLICE OVER CHARGES. 478
Bus lane is backed by residents; Letters. Letter to the editor 272
Charismatic two-bedroom cottage. 124
City boys lift cup after 25-year gap; JUNIOR SPORT. 194
City Ladies beat rivals to lift cup; WOMEN'S FOOTBALL. 252
Concert in ruins 'would have been amazing'. 238
Cowley is a cut above to lift title; STOCK CARS. 204
CROUCH TIPPED TO MAKE ROY'S SQUAD; FOOTBALL. 453
deaths. 953
deaths. 126
Detective defends holding fire chiefs in custody. 175
Ditch the car, get walking. 124
Don't mutilate lovely building; Letters. Letter to the editor 124
ELECTED MAYOR TALK 'DELUDED'. 402
End of the road for Street musical; InBrief. 110
ESCAPED ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT JAILED FOR DEATH CRASH; Man who should have been deported fell alseep at wheel of van. 418
Familes waste too much food. 120
FINDLAY TO BRING BIG RACES TO CITY; GREYHOUNDS. 754
Five-bed for the growing family. 118
Flood checks 'a vital step'. 108
Foreigners should pay for treatment; Letters. Letter to the editor 152
Former Sky Blues winger passes away. 476
Four-bed family home has annexe. 115
Frankel to bring in the punters; RACING. 156
Gaunt brothers make it a great day for Prince; NUNEATON. 304
Giles wary of Lancs challenge; Ash: We focus on cricket only. 313
Gypsy complaint investigated. 126
Have your say. 157
Heritage centre gets a facelift. 186
Hibs keep their heads to put one over on Westlea; LEAMINGTON. 398
Highway to good times. 461
Hoaxer sparked armed police swoop. 337
Home care firm to create 500 jobs; business Business briefing. 201
Hospital spreads 'clean hands' message. 240
I'M POSING NUDE TO SAY THANKYOU; City woman's tribute to miscarriage group. Medical condition overview 452
in memoriam. Obituary 360
It's your move! 175
JAILED BURGLAR TOLD TO BE A BIT SMARTER; Judge 'depressed' to lock up teenager who was so complacent about his fate. 429
Just in time. 451
Killer neck wear! 202
Leofric lead the way at the top; PETANQUE. 160
Long to rain over us... 132
MAN POSED AS BOY ONLINE TO LURE GIRL OF 13; Young victim treated in a 'revolting and creepy way'. 420
Mayor's appeal ends in style. 233
MINSTREL SHOW TIME. 321
Motorists driven off the road. 137
NEW SKYDOME FIRMS HIT THEIR TARGETS. 358
Nominations sought for city awards. 117
NOW LEON LOOKS FOR A QUIET LIFE. 367
Nurses tell of 'real concerns' over cuts; InBrief. 101
ON SONG REECE IS TOP OF THE POPS; Youngsters pull in the crowds at third annual talent contest. 434
Onthisday. 195
OPPOSITION SAYS COMMITTEE IS JUST JOBS FOR THE BOYS; Council leaders rubbish claims that they are looking after their own. 478
Orphaned badger is now fighting fit. 224
Peaches to open Acorns charity shop. 161
Pedestrian hit. 110
Pen points. 183
Poplar can party on as champions; COVENTRY DISTRICT. 347
pounds 370,000 spent on bibles for schools; InBrief. 144
pounds 700 cash taken from pensioner. 209
pounds 90K BOOST IN DRIVE TO RESTORE OLD CATHEDRAL. 443
Prior: England won't be taking Windies lightly; CRICKET. 359
Remove gander from Swanswell; Letters. Letter to the editor 144
Road to Wembley. 177
Scots, Welsh and Irish ponder bid; FOOTBALL. 103
SHOPPING PREFECT PATROL; Keeping an eye on fellow pupils at supermarket. 503
Shrimpers looking to overturn first-leg deficit; LEAGUE TWO PLAY-OFFS. 320
Sky Blues honour heroes; Hill and 87 hero honoured by City. 385
Something hit the car and the windscreen was engulfed in flames; DRIVER TELLS COURT OF PETROL BOMB ATTACK. 584
Sporting finish on a high note; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 154
Star's crush on Brit heart-throb. 329
Sykes has got plenty to smile about. 493
Team set up to tackle juvenile firebugs. 220
Toddlers make music for charity. 153
Tough draw for outsider Clarke; GOLF. 101
Villa season close to disastrous; FOOTBALL. 108
Warning for Greenpeace. 114
We knew they'd win... 274
Whole city was buzzing after historic cup win... Wembley wonders. 284
Wilkin believes Boro will thrive in Conference; Promotion will benefit players. 443
WINA trolley full of shopping worth pounds 60. 544
Women at war packs a punch; Reviews. 306
WRIGHT LOVING LIFE AT BEARS. 486

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