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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 29, 1999)

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'Covent Garden' look for precinct; CITY CENTRE COMPANY DRAWS UP NEW GUIDELINES FOR STREET STALLS. Cunningham, Catherine 284
A salute to all our readers and advertisers. Together, we're the BEST!; Evening Telegraph Special. Kirby, Alan 374
A walk in paradise gardens; Gardening. Argument, Barbara 631
A walk on the WILDE SIDE; Faulty towers laws to blame. Wilde, James 321
Airport hit by early jams. 137
Ay up it's EVANS; 'Scary Mary' helps to cast out a real fear. Evans, Steve 656
BOOKS. 770
Boro's friendly warm-up; Football. 93
Bosnich lines up United return; FOOTBALL. 141
Bosses accused of sly tactics over pay; WATCHDOG URGES WORKERS TO CHECK ON THEIR WAGE ENTITLEMENT. Taylor, Ernest 272
Brown's school internet pledge. 140
Bus-and-train tickets on way. Parrish, Rachel 317
Camp Hill funds hope. 123
Car park tax plan clears first hurdle; COUNCILLORS KEEP OPTIONS OPEN ON POLLUTION-BUSTING INITIATIVE. Scott, Fiona 294
Charity plea for people with spirit. 91
Child firebugs blamed. 100
City youngsters lift cup; WATER POLO. Wilson, Michelle 203
Clarke must be patient; GOLF. 127
Confident Stewart puts India into bat; CRICKET. 140
Contest for L-plate engineers; YOUNGSTERS CAN BEAT THE BOREDOM BY DESIGNING A DREAM CAR. Hopker, Antony 276
Coulthard in top spot; FORMULA ONE. 106
COUNTRY WALK: Shipston-on-Stour to Burmington Four miles. Maps 1021/1044; A fine family walk through meadows. Weston, Ron 542
Coventry storm to top of league; SWIMMING. 313
Daredevils set for big drop; BUNGEE-JUMP IS BACK ON DESPITE LOW TAKE-UP. Hopker, Antony 244
Death of a great canal character; ROSE'S NARROWBOAT REMINISCENCES WILL LIVE ON ON VIDEOTAPE. Tolfts, Lisa 368
Determined C and NW look to the millennium; ALL SPORTS: COVENTRY CLUB IN pounds 300,000 REFURBISHMENT. Wilson, Michelle 365
Dobson chips in to help hospital; Dream of new unit closer. Keay, Rebecca 180
Donna to meet heroes. 152
Donna's dream date with her idols. 147
Drunken menace paysvictimpounds 500; BAR ROOM GROPER ADDED INJURY TO INSULT. 319
Envoy plans Kosovo talks. 112
Fake goods seized at boot sale. 129
Family 'loses' grave in messy cemetery; FRUITLESS JOURNEY TRIGGERS COMPLAINT ABOUT BURIAL PLOTS. Cunningham, Catherine 329
Film fan puts his customers in frame. 97
FIRM'S HOLIDAY QUARRY ALERT; Drowning tragedy prompts warning to youngsters. 237
Firm's pledge to hospice. 137
Flavours of Japan for school youngsters. 90
FLOWER power; Gardening. 1330
Forecast gloomy for TV viewer. Hutson, Andy 219
Frustration for Reveley; Motorcycle Racing. 84
Getting the news to your home; THE LAST, VITAL LINK IN THE CHAIN - HOW THE EVENING TELEGRAPH REACHES YOU. 221
Golden couple believe giving for others helped their marriage. 185
GPs in bid to cure millennium bug; By KAREN HAMBRIDGE. 214
Gym duo strike gold. 121
Health group in St Cross pledge. 170
Hi-tech vision is key to the future; A GLORIOUS HISTORY - AND THERE'S MORE TO COME. 297
Hotel chef jailed after crash. 187
IN THE COURTS; Driver gets 18-month ban. 548
IRA pinpoints bodies. 125
Irish award for charity worker Bob Brolly. 81
It's a minor miracle - every day; HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE WORK TOGETHER TO MAKE SURE THE EVENING TELEGRAPH DROPS THROUGH PEOPLE'S LETTERBOXES AND ARRIVES AT THE NEWSAGENTS. 553
Jazz by the lake. 98
Joyce's locks make pounds 1,000 a snip. 174
KEEGAN PRAISES ENGLAND DROP-OUTS; Football. Casey, Phil 381
KOSOVO REFUGEE APPEAL; Pupils reach target despite thief's efforts; PUBLIC CHIPS IN AFTER SCHOOL'S ORIGINAL COLLECTION IS STOLEN IN BURGLARY. Kukuruzovic, Simon 274
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS; Lunt Fort is not part of city's 2000-year history. 991
Lorry protest. 84
Man jailed after sex with girl, 15. 228
Man jailed for indecent assault on boy. 234
MEMORIES: A life in the picture and the fast lane; ENGINEER PHIL WEAVER'S RICH LIFE INCLUDED WORKING ON JAGUAR'S SLEEK RACING CARS AND THE FIRST EVER TELEVISION SET. Draper, Keith 645
Mind arts and crafts on show. 80
Motoring milestones display; HERE COMES SUMMER. 135
Mum stored stolen pounds 5,000 bike. 133
My pal Harry was a true champion . . .; BOXING. MEE, Bob 1164
Naomi on target; ARCHERY. 122
New grant bid could be Old Town's life-saver. 262
New IT centre to train school staff. 145
New role for solicitor in arms case. 98
No new dealers yet on council staff. 189
No new dealers yet on council's staff. 281
Not enough room for the trains! 217
NUNEATON MEMORIES: The money spinners; AFTER THE ARISTOCRACY THE MOST WEALTHY PEOPLE WERE THOSE THAT DEALT IN THE LEATHER, WOOL AND TEXTILE INDUSTRIES. Lee, Peter 722
O'Brien hails jobless fall. 110
OAP pair died arm in arm on road. 245
ON THIS DAY. 92
One killed, 80 hurt in tunnel blaze. 230
OUR WINNING TEAM; JUST FOUR OF OUR TEAM OF STAR WRITERS WHO HELP MAKE THE EVENING TELEGRAPH AN ESSENTIAL READ FOR TENS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE IN COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE EVERY NIGHT. 1008
Pakistan: Best is still to come; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE WORLD CUP. 457
Parade can go ahead. 112
PHILLIPS SNAPS UP BLAKE; Football. Brown, Derek 325
Phone home team is trapping truants. Ewing, Richard 261
Pitch hitch 'could cost Bedworth dear' Football. 201
Play area arrives in style. 103
POLICE BLAST BOYS' PRANK; Anger at children's shooting hoax call. Gibbons, Duncan 215
Police HQ to show off its gardens. 95
pounds 600,000 boost for Walsgrave; ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT TO BE MODERNISED UNDER GOVERNMENT SCHEME. Steedman, Josie 343
Probe halts pirate musicscam. 198
Pub's perfect score is no fluke. 128
Pub's playground challenge. 185
Pupils go to the top for help. 103
Pupils' charity day. 90
Pupils' pennies swell appeal. 163
Ray will take you on trip into history. 123
READER HOLIDAYS; Take a break with a nautical flavour. 240
Rubbish row as binman gets the bird! 148
RUBBISH ROW RUMBLES ON; Backed up bins answer delayed. Wilson, Lucy 325
RULING SINKS MUSIC PIRATES; County probe halts CD scam. Ewing, Richard 196
Rusedski eyes last-eight spot; TENNIS. 103
Sarah shines for Rugby in Hunter Trial; EQUESTRIAN. 275
SATURDAY SOAPBOX; Save this community school. 231
SATURDAY TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 264
Search on to find poet of the city. 143
Showcase to lure black audiences to arts centre. Taylor, Ernest 309
Sir Cliff to give Jill tribute concert. 190
SKY BLUES SIGN WORLD CUP STAR; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 231
Sleeping man rescued. 112
So much to do at the weekend; HERE COMES SUMMER. 325
Stage antics in demand. 127
Stars of the 80s head bad taste night. 142
Stores in link-up to battle crime. 117
Story of success; THE CAMPAIGNS THAT MADE YOUR EVENING TELEGRAPH A BIG WINNER. 332
Sudden end to quest for dad. 178
SUNDAY TV; TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 252
Surgery farewell to Hazel. 103
Surgery farewell to Muriel. 93
Think of a nasty FORT. McMULLEN, MARION 860
Threatened pub's owners in sale talk. Wilson, Lucy 256
Towns get big ideas. 97
TRAVEL: Fairways to heaven; FED UP OF WAITING AT THE FIRST TEE FOR AN EXPENSIVE ROUND OF GOLF - HEAD TO FRANCE FOR GOLFING PARADISE. Pring, John 695
TREAT YOUR TASTE BUDS THIS BANK HOLIDAY. 288
Tutors' way with words. 101
Viagra fails to spark a stampede; REQUESTS ARE 'APPROPRIATE' SAY GPs. Steedman, Josie 307
View from the CLOCK TOWER; So which way to casualty? Tolfts, Lisa 431
Visit Russell's Nurseries and save pounds pounds pounds s. 328
WEEKEND TV; TEN THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT JULIE WALTERS. 228
WEEKEND TV; The Friel good factor. McMULLEN, MARION 571
WIN a trip to London. 215
WIN fabulous pounds 300 dinner service sets. 340
WIN tickets to the MGF Cup. 322
Witness plea after three hurt in crash. 124
You've done it this time, Baldwin. 82

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