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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 9, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
1 in 4 of homes in Cov have no workers. 374
Appointment to grow Uni's commercial activities. 199
best of the rest. 479
Blatter and Platini banned; HOT SPOTS FIFA. 112
Brilliant breaks and festive fun at Nailcote Hall. 287
Britain to send troops to Baltic to deter Russia. 509
brush strokes. 186
Care cuts 'played part' in death of mother-of-two. 495
Caught is not for catching. 392
Classic city motorcyle is back on road. 347
Corrie star gets down to Earth... Former soap baddie Brian Capron heads to the Belgrade to star in The Smallest Show On Earth. He talks to JAMES RODGER about stepping into the role made famous by Peter Sellers. 927
Cov kids set to cheer on England at the Ricoh. 437
Dad dies just 2 months after daughter killed. 231
Dad's been my driving force! Daniel Sloss talks to ROZ LAWS about his so-called 'dark' side and why he gets annoyed at people who can't take a joke. 709
Delicious dining for Christmas Day. 484
DFS results hike in market return; In Brief. 181
Drugs farm pair jailed. 109
Fascinating look at indie music scene. 133
Finn stakes claim for a starting slot. 227
Fringe stars head to Spa Centre. 214
Fuming boss wants to put things right. 395
Fundraiser to help dog to walk again. 436
Fundraising fun with Hal. 192
Get happy! 545
Greenbacks youth team gets season off to a flyer. 272
Harrison gets his chance for full Cov debut; RUGBY UNION John Wilkinson. 471
Haskell and Mullen combination will lead Wasps. 296
Having a ball to raise PS100,000 for children. 432
Hitting the heights for charity. 120
Hot tickets! Here's JAMES RODGER'S guide to the unmissable events coming up in Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond. 634
House transformation is a boost for little Lee. 400
Immigration situation very different today; Letters. Letter to the editor 151
In the courts. 281
Interest rates held amid global gloom; In Brief. 160
It's 100% England; Bet of the week England to win 2-0 (9/2 bet365) or 3-0 (11/2 Paddy Power). 787
IVF is not always your only option; Professor Robert Winston talks to LISA SALMON about his new fertility guide, and argues that some doctors in the UK aren't taking infertility seriously enough. 978
Jag expansion plans in spotlight during visit by business secretary. 221
King of the castle; Best day out for families ...and that's official. 334
Leaders say new super council deal under threat. 460
Legend Susan Cadogan at The 2-Tone Village. 129
Let's be Blunt... Emily is great. 500
Looking for that elusive 'perfect 11' Mowbray denied ideal starting line-up 'Perfect line-up rarely happens'. 821
Memories from man who saved Jaguar. 268
More on-stage antics for DJ pair. 293
Most Wanted help to kickstart a business. 556
Need for better undie-standing; Letters. Letter to the editor 279
New acts at The Tin. 105
New Evoque 'most capable in the world'. 171
Nippy 'blade' runner; TEST DRIVE VAUXHALL VIVA. 632
On this day. 174
Poet's corner; Letters King of the Highway? Letter to the editor 136
Prepare for a shopping and leisure revolution. 660
Robshaw's boss stands by his man as domestic chores loom. 268
Rooney will miss out on Lithuania trip too. 553
Row erupts over the siting of 60 proposed new traveller pitches. 504
Signed after playground hum. 334
Sky Blues fancied to maintain momentum. 352
sound bites. 249
Stellar cast of comedy stars for festival. 346
Super staff make autistic boy a superhero. 393
Tattoo artists show body of work. 914
The art of making a little go a long way; Inspiring City on a shoestring In the second of his two in-depth interviews with Mark Venus, ANDY TURNER asks Coventry City's technical director how he has managed to get the club the best bang for their buck in the transfer market, and how is he trying to attract people with an affinity and passion for the Sky Blues to lay the foundations for a brighter future... 1291
The Empire comes up to Scratch with a reggae icon. 202
This Rolls-Royce is still the Ghost with the most; TEST DRIVE ROLLS-ROYCE GHOST SERIES II. 756
this week's dvds. 1269
Town ready to strut stuff; Now in its 20th year, the Stratford-on-Avon Music Festival is ready to thrill us once more. JAMES RODGER picks out some highlights. 534
Tributes for crash victims. 325
TV star's story passes the test; Meera Syal's 1997 debut novel Anita and Me has been adapted for the stage and premieres at the Birmingham Rep tonight. ROZ LAWS talks to the author about its continued success. 922
Tweets & Posts. 149
Venus looks to nail down Arma terms. 269
Why so pessimistic? The world is a better place; Letters. Letter to the editor 163
Win a share of PS2,500 to spend at; Be the first guests through the door on opening day. 352

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