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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (November 17, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
'Nobody needed rescuing' claim of worker who says he and other colleagues were subjected to a 'frightening interrogation'. 748
5 MINUTE BRIEFING. 367
A thing of boot-y; TEST DRIVE SEAT LEON ST SE. 632
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT... ombudsmen. 576
ALSO SHOWING. 396
Author with a taste for radio; Brody Swain The BBC Coventry & Warwickshire presenter. 351
Ball follows Darlo duo out of Boro. 375
best in the business! NEXT THURSDAY: BUSINESS AWARDS 2017 PULLOUT. 435
BEST OF THE REST. 241
Burroughs brace secures U18s win. 191
Car crash toddler is named. 205
City men guilty of forcing schoolgirl into prostitution. 451
Cruse signs fresh deal with Wasps. 355
Dai hoping for a bit of Southern comfort in home clash. 483
Desperate fight for kids' centres. 390
Developers are putting on the Ritz! 374
Don't get more than you bargained for; THOSE FESTIVE SPECIAL OFFERS MIGHT BE TEMPTING, BUT A LITTLE PREPARATION NOW COULD HELP YOU AVOID COSTLY SHOPPING REGRETS, SAYS VICTORIA SHAW. 711
Driverless cars tested on city streets. 428
Ex-warden accused of PS67,000 church con. 117
Family raises over PS6,000 in memory of tragic Kieran. 378
film stars don't die in liverpool (15) ... .. 285
five ways to...help you switch off. 246
Forwards need to front up with so many missing. 423
Freemasons' gift to help sick tots. 358
Garden wall smashed for fourth time; owner was in drive minutes before crash and says junction opposite her home is accident blackspot. 420
Help spread Christmas cheer. 338
Heroes just about do it justice. 475
Hull of a nice day out for the Queen. 215
ingrid goes west (15) .... . 422
Joe joins club team-mates in England side to face the Aussies. 531
Jumping for joy! 229
Make the most of your savings and investments. 194
Mel would be looking down at me, thinking 'You b**tard'. We talked about going on the road for years; Comedian and TV presenter Griff Rhys Jones chats to Marion McMullen about the joys and perils of foreign travel. 960
Mugabe holds crunch talks over his future; president seeks end to turmoil. 214
My wobbly bits are a part of me, I'm proud of them; DAGENHAM GIRL AND LOOSE WOMEN PANELLIST STACEY SOLOMON TELLS GABRIELLE FAGAN ABOUT HER NEW FOUND BODY CONFIDENCE AND HER TOUGHEST CHALLENGES IN LIFE SO FAR. 881
News Bees must drop in status if Leicester move happens; with no home to call their own, speedway team loses its place among the sport's elite. 836
News Still no go for groundshare; rugby club chairman adamant they won't deal with sky blues while they're owned by sisu. 850
NO SOFT CENTRE; WITH EXPERIENCE OF DOYLE AND KELLY, CITY HAVE ONE OF BEST MIDFIELDS IN THE DIVISION. 935
OAP dragged behind car after getting his coat stuck in door. 152
Old Cov kids on first step to Twickers. 373
ON THIS DAY. 160
One Rochelle of a good cause; PICK OF THE DAY CHILDREN IN NEEDBBC1, 7.30pm. 236
OPERATION 10; Cops flood Nuneaton estate to root out known trouble makers. 146
POUND NOTES. 203
QUOTES OF THE DAY. 164
Ray joins Wasps to boost charity. 501
REMEMBER WHEN. 127
REVIEW. 382
School online safety award. 170
Season tickets hike. 288
Shania finds her voice; Country star Shania Twain talks to Kerri-Ann Roper about why her new record isn't a 'divorce album' and how she thought her battle with Lyme Disease might end her music career She's still the one. 1031
SHOWBUZZ. 185
SOAP watch; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 144
Soul survivor Karen returns to Kasbah. 150
SOUND JUDGEMENT. 318
Stoneman: Game is in good order. 351
Stop driving children to school to tackle obesity; LETTERS Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: letters@coventrytelegraph.net Twitter: @coventrytelegraph Facebook: facebook.com/coventrytelegraph Post: Coventry Telegraph, Leicester Row, Canal Basin, Coventry, CV1 4LY. Letter to the editor 726
Theatre's sorrow at Spacey claims. 486
three to see; WATCH AT HOME Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 302
Time is up for Adair at Edgbaston. 289
UB almost 40; Fans can't help falling in love with UB40, but Robin Campbell tells Marion McMullen he nearly turned down the reggae band that has become an international favourite. 1055
UKTV IN ASSOCIATION WITH. 321
Will interest rate rise affect all mortgages? 162

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