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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 1, 1999)

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'Back school plans' appeal to parents; SHAKE-UP OF SPECIAL EDUCATION IN NUNEATON SET OUT IN DETAIL. Ray, Emma 258
'Immortal' leaves big dent in pocket. 204
1,000 cases dealt with by MP. 147
1,000 clamour for jobs at SkyDome. Steedman, Josie 233
50p-a-day life hope for one million. 227
70 die in jet fireball crash. 384
A WORLD FIRST FOR BORO; Officials will all be women for Kidderminster game. Brown, Derek 366
Ace McGrath on his way to New Road. 116
Alan pops by for launch. 109
Ansley sign off with superb title double; CRICKET. 479
Anti-truancy drive to build on early glories; PILOT SCHEME EXPANDS AS PROBLEM PUPILS RETURN TO LESSONS. Harris, Alan 309
Appeal on burglary. 89
Artists go for the dark and dramatic; EXHIBITION OFFERS ALTERNATIVE TO 'WISHY WASHY' WATERCOLOURS. Summers, Kathryn 277
Artists' paintings help light up town. 179
Atherstone sink Bosworth to re-gain Thursday League crown. 532
Babysit 2000 boss waits first taker. Ewing, Richard 265
Back the Boro - and win. 98
Bermuda pay dearly for being a man short; Bowls. 102
Bid to become a capital of culture; COVENTRY SET TO COMPETE FOR EUROPEAN TITLE. Summers, Kathryn 244
Bikes back from Moscow. 144
Bobby is sent to the Tower. 180
Boost charity and win a bike! 121
Bootleggers face vehicle confiscation; CRACKDOWN BY CUSTOMS AND EXCISE. Cuthbertson, Hayley 292
Borough in seventh heaven; Football. 348
Bosses open wider pay chasm. 129
Bug-busters earn award; People key to success says Elite. Smith, Stewart 235
Burglars made off with a haul worth pounds 4,000. 117
Burgled home left in a mess. 105
Cadet's head in the clouds. 90
Cakes mark centenary. 111
Call to cut traffic levels. 142
CAR PLOUGHS INTO FAMILIES; Two tots and their mums hurt in country lane horror. Hopker, Antony; Harris, Alan 274
Cautious Williams back in reckoning; SNOOKER. 357
Chance to 'test' health. 94
Chance to man a craft stall. 82
Chinese sauce cancer warning. 131
Church rolls back years. 125
Cindy Beale stole my heart!; THE STRATFORD ACTOR WHO FOUND HIMSELF CUDDLING UP TO THE FORMER SOAP SUPER-BITCH IN A NEW TV THRILLER. McMULLEN, MARION 930
Club acts to help quake survivors; ROTARACT RESPONDS TO APPEAL FROM TURKEY. Steedman, Josie 363
Community unites to make area safer; Events bring people closer. Diver, Krysia 339
Cooke crowns superb year with national title; CYCLING. Wilkinson, John 610
Dairy farms asked to pay. 120
Dennis no longer a menace - for now. 126
Diana's faithful few; JUST A HANDFUL OF MOURNERS MAKE ANNIVERSARY PILGRIMAGE. Gibbons, Duncan 315
Don't miss out on votes. 179
Drive on truancy hailed a success; MOTIVATION SCHEME PIONEERED IN RUGBY TO BE EXTENDED. Hutson, Andy 298
Electric car proves perfect silent partner for university mail deliveries. 158
Europe law's net 'failure'. 103
Ex-Peugeot boss keeping mum. 163
Family life puts a heel into girl power. 167
Farewell to ward hostess. 150
Fewer found hospitals a pain; TRUSTS UNITE IN EFFORT TO RAISE PUBLIC AWARENESS OF THEIR WORK. Hall, Paula 166
Fishy search for the chippy victors. 128
Four men in court on drug charges. 175
Ghent sets new best after senior call-up; ATHLETICS: JOHN WILKINSON ROUNDS UP ALL THE LATEST NEWS AND REPORTS. Wilkinson, John 707
Good run for ideas forum. 122
Group on move to revamped centre; NEW HOME A BOOST FOR ADULTS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES. Parrish, Rachel 235
Guide to order in the office. 120
Health club spends pounds 1.4m. 103
Health reports to land on the mat; TRUSTS UNITE IN EFFORT TO RAISE PUBLIC AWARENESS OF THEIR WORK. Hall, Paula 311
Heart attack led to car crash. 173
Hinckley on song. 80
Historic windmill opens - just for day. 144
History is walk of the town. 122
Hit film gives us the pet bug. Cuthbertson, Hayley 311
Hols high note. 117
Horse-chasing gipsies 'menace'. Ray, Emma 268
Impressive Premier sets up in Germany. Smith, Stewart 215
In the courts: Crooked cards in scam. 345
Injury jinx KOs Rafter and Sampras; TENNIS. Malley, Frank 292
It's ladies day for the Boro. 80
Italian style school to open. 144
Jackpot giveaway. 80
Jaguar style for the stars; AT THE TOP: Robbie Williams with an S-Type Jaguar at the Slane Castle event. 188
Juninho goes down by the Riverside again...; Football. 259
Keane 'touched' by baby's naming. 127
Keane sights on goal glory. 180
Kenneth stays loyal to car firm - each year; MOTORIST PICKS UP 33rd CAR - AS COLLECTOR SCOOPS 1930s CLASSIC. Hopker, Anthony 252
Leisure centre thefts. 107
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1185
Looking good at Adders. 155
Magnus HEDMAN ...from the Sky Blues camp; I'll be keeping my fingers crossed that England qualify for Euro 2000. HEDMAN, Magnus 551
Man in caravan stabbing horror. 89
Man risked danger to return booty; DEATH OF WAR VETERAN AND CHRISTIAN. Hopker, Antony 248
MOVE 'ILLEGAL' MARKET SHOCK; Disappointed traders told stalls can't go in town centre. Gibbons, Duncan 343
Move to tackle teen crime is long overdue. 176
New call for bypass. 131
Nipping teen crime in the bud. McConkey, Alison 1029
Nod and a smile on path to love. 156
Now battling Bears are almost out of the woods; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE NATIONAL SCENE. James, John 573
OAP gives cash to disease family. 275
OAP's gift to help family. 260
Oddy to back lobby. 142
On the drawing board: Consent sought to carry on grooming. 120
Pensioner victim of knife terror raid at cottage. 185
Phantom Knights to go marching in on the trail of glory. 101
Plans for pounds 5bn rail link on agenda. Hutson, Andrew 279
Police plea over knife attack on shop man. 151
Police warn after burglaries. 100
Police winning war against burglars; HOUSE RAIDS DOWN BY 17.9pc SAYS FORCE ACHIEVEMENT REPORT. Clarke, Samantha 222
Prize is simply out-of-this world. 89
READER HOLIDAYS; Take a trip to scenic Scotland. 254
Rob passes on his ball game skills. 178
Rolling out the barrel for top festival. 142
Row over future of former factory; PLANNERS SPELL OUT CLASH BETWEEN HOMES PLAN AND JOBS CHANCE. Keay, Rebecca 266
Royal cheer for a top brewery. 137
Rusedski to fight a lone battle; TENNIS: SPOTLIGHT ON THE US OPEN AND THE DEMISE OF SAD TIM HENMAN. Malley, Frank 594
Saddling up for equine success. 162
Sainsbury's unveil expansion plans; AS TESCO PREPARES TO TAKE WRAPS OFF NEW STORE JUST A MILE AWAY. Keay, Rebecca 235
Sale snap up four. 132
Saying it with flowers is a pounds 3,000 success again. 141
Sculpture strikes a pose in the park. 114
SEAMAN RACE AGAINST TIME. Curtis, John 392
Sheer delight for Sri Lanka as Aussies tumble; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE NATIONAL SCENE. 182
Ship sails tall again - at last. 130
Sky Blues off pace in defeat; Football. 363
Soccer kits stolen in raids. 87
STORM VICTIMS WANT ANSWERS; Town's latest flooding triggers inquiry. Wilde, James 395
Take Serpentine to storm home; RACING: TODAY'S CARDS Paul Allen's nap: Wings Awarded (5.20 Brighton). 605
Teamwork puts funds in the bag. 113
Thief fled but left car behind. 97
Titans cash in; BOXING: 36M DOLLAR RETURN BETWEEN LEWIS AND HOLYFIELD. 120
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 282
Trace your family history. 92
Traffic using country roads set to double. Hopker, Antony 211
Travel firm's offer to bag snatch victim. 236
TV focus on bladder problems. 80
Ubogu is stunned by call-up; RUGBY UNION: ENGLAND'S CUP SQUAD. Cooper, Terry 461
United move for Moroccan falls through; Football. 119
Update at gym centre. 83
V-plate sales cheer the traders. 250
Village males ready to tug again. 222
Visitors facing parking upheaval; WORK AT HOSPITAL MEANS SHAKE-UP IN CAR SPACES FOR TWO MONTHS. Harris, Alan 360
Visitors pour in for holiday festival. 126
WARDENS SPARK 'RINGERS' STORM. Wilson, Michelle 300
Water still needs improvement. 174
Whiplash injuries link to disease. 141
Win . . . a widescreen TV worth pounds 1,000. 199
Workers clear way for mega stadium; SKY BLUES DREAM COMES CLOSER AS LANDMARK BUILDINGS DISMANTLED. Hart, Nigel 190
Young thugs steal boy's BMX bike. 158

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