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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 21, 2000)

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1,000 new jobs in store. 123
Actor fights to save Green Room. 151
Adders aim for lift; FOOTBALL. 786
Alert over first aid kits. 98
Alert over purse pests. 115
Anger at builders' 'quagmire' NEIGHBOURS PROTEST AT 'SEA OF MUD' FROM HOMES SITE. Gibbons, Duncan 287
Another bad day for Bell; CRICKET. 130
Army training plan for prisons. 160
ART and exhibitions. Bell, Lucy 425
At the peak of fitness. 101
Benefit cheat back in court. 200
Bike cash from litter; COMMUNITY EFFORT FOR ROBBED BOY. Steedman, Josie 173
Blaby win 9-0 to enhance prospects of landing title; BADMINTON. 287
Blooming great effort. 116
Blunkett lead on problem pupils; SCHOOLS SENT CLOSER GUIDELINES ON EXCLUSION ISSUE. Forster, Mark 310
Bogus callers flee. 95
Bogus worker steals OAP's cash. 100
BORO LOOK TO FRINGE!; FOOTBALL: Four regulars miss clash against Dover. Ray, Emma 361
Boy, 12 accused of killing baby brother. 92
Busy year ahead for youth theatre; TOURING COMPANY AMONG MAJOR PROJECTS FOR PLAYBOX. McMULLEN, MARION 237
Camping in France from just per night. 279
Car thieves being driven out of town; CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION CAMERAS CREDITED WITH HELPING TO CUT CRIME. Barratt, Claire 248
Car thieves prey on careless motorists. 119
Cash appeal for art project. 152
Cash boost for charity. 82
Celine's double hit. 83
Centre branches out under a new name. 160
Chance to be a better driver; MOTORING. 216
Cheryl's a vine example. 205
CINEMA: The pain of STIGMATA; GO2. Wood, Michael 344
CITY WORKMEN'S POWER BLAST TERROR; Council fined pounds 7,000 after explosion Burning men thought they would die. Summers, Kathryn 356
CLASSICAL: Scholars in fine voice; GO2. Mackenzie, Jenny 363
Clayton cashes in on comfort drive. Industry, ALISON WILLIAMS 224
Cool cats go for the right tune; RESEARCH SHOWS MOGGIES LIKE THE SOOTHING SOUNDS OF GOLDEN OLDIES. Diver, Krysia 440
Council officers earn praise. 117
COUNTRY: Bands get to the Heart of it; GO2. Stuart, Frances 237
Cov offer cut-price package for cup tie; RUGBY UNION. 151
Crews free drivers. 93
Criminals may face Hillfields housing bar; Bid to 'stabilise the community'. Mackenzie, Jenny 312
Crusaders aiming to produce magic of their own!; Basketball. 300
Debate on new trust. 84
Delighted Henman heads for Sampras; TENNIS: BRITISH STAR WINS GRUELLING BATTLE IN AUSTRALIAN OPEN. Garrod, Mark 495
Derry deaths march support. 222
Drama in one act. 86
End in sight for rifle row. 125
FACE OF GOD. 199
FIND THIS SEX BRUTE; Villager halts attack by driver posing as policeman. Clarke, Samantha 462
Flu puts temps in demand. 87
FOLK: DUO START THE YEAR IN STYLE; GO2. Willow, Pete 329
Forester puts on a new face; MOTORING. 96
Former MP has new office. 154
Forum for NHS staff. 105
Garden plan is set to take root; pounds 2.9m LOTTERY CASH IS CATALYST FOR AMBITIOUS PARK RESTORATION. Ewing, Richard 320
Glynn's recipe for success. 83
Golf body digests trouser row ruling. 145
Graduate Mark is a man with a mission. 357
Grand new estate; MOTORING. 126
Hidden driving risks. 92
Hitman fear over family's missing dog. 136
In memory of Fintan; ATHLETICS. 139
IN THE COURTS; Nine fined over probation or service order defiance. 1319
Issue of noise just won't lie down; AIRPORT STAYS SILENT ON LATEST BID TO QUIETEN IT. 246
It's time city provided proper facilities for over 55s; COMMENT. 181
Jaguar aims to be a class act; Education centre scheme. Education, MARK FORSTER 188
JAZZ: Get SET for a Sept Piece; GO2. Caldwell, Bob 373
Jenny beats Americans at own game. 152
Larking about with nature. 128
LEAD FROM THE FRONT!; FOOTBALL: Gordon relies on old hands to set the right example. 477
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 922
Library boob upsets diners. 155
Lions set to shuffle their pack; RUGBY UNION: PREVIEW OF THE WEEKEND'S ACTION. Wilkinson, John 700
Majority opposed to metric ruling. 106
Man jailed for killing friend. 260
Maria's idea a winner. 128
Mark lined up as keeper; CRICKET. 554
Megane in a thrifty mode; MOTORING. 146
Meter readers facing axe. 128
Missile ready to strike; RACING. 404
More delay on Timpson probe report. 163
Mother welcomes mobile phone campaign; MOTORING. 96
MOTORING. 192
Mystery trophy is identified; FOOTBALL: MEET THE CORINTHIANS OF THE 50s! 173
New post to help protect children. Summers, Kathryn 256
Papa's little minx is still a scorcher; MOTORING. 436
PAUL DALE: STRAIGHT TALKING; Why Mo's honesty is by far her best policy. Dale, Paul 528
Petrol thieves put lives at risk; HOUSE COULD HAVE BEEN BLOWN UP AFTER EXPLOSIVE FUMES SEEPED IN. Kukuruzovic, Simon 307
Pipe hits the pounds 1m record; RACING. 361
Plea to slash drinks duty. 146
PLEDGE pounds 5 TO AID CANCER PATIENTS PLEA; Hospice sets up Friends. Barratt, Claire 336
Police college boss leaves after inquiry; HEAD OF TRAINING CENTRE DISCIPLINED AND TRANSFERRED. Hargrave, Paul 242
Police in pounds 300,000 crime offensive; COMMUNITY BUREAU APPROACH. 236
pounds 1.3m hope on health targets; BOSSES AIM TO SET ASIDE CASH TO IMPROVE PATIENT CARE. Hall, Paula 239
pounds 1.3m hope to boost health. 115
pounds 350 fine for felling tree. 119
pounds 80,000 move on child carers; BID TO FILL GAP IN HILLFIELDS BY TRAINING 15 REGISTERED MINDERS. Mackenzie, Jenny 185
Pride of Lions gather pounds 20,000; COMBINED GROUPS' GOLF DAY IS WINNER FOR CANCER CHARITY'S NURSE APPEAL. Goulden, Barbara 196
Probe into TransTec irregularities. 191
Promote food regions urged. 114
Pupils' Dome display wins praise. 163
READER HOLIDAYS; Experience the delights of Italy. 227
Research company weighs up Dome. Goulden, Barbara 320
Residents face flood repair bill. Tolfts, Lisa 195
Residents up in alms; PENSIONERS URGE COUNCIL TO BAN MARKET FROM THEIR DOORSTEP. Hopker, Antony 227
Revving up for festive contest; RACERS PLAN 2000 CHRISTMAS EVENT AT MUSEUM. Kukuruzovic, Simon 266
Reward over 65s with a new drop-in centre; AS THE PERCENTAGE OF PEOPLE OVER 65 INCREASES THE NEED FOR A SUITABLE VENUE FOR OLDER PEOPLE TO MEET IS BECOMING MORE AND MORE IMPORTANT. Dale, Paul 1883
Richard KEYS: a Sky Blues fan's view; Roussel signing is a great piece of business; FOOTBALL. KEYS, Richard 790
Riders urged to observe code of conduct. 89
River victim named. 93
Road safety work wins award for motor museum. 162
ROCK: Music's leading LIGHTS; GO2. Poole, Alan 352
ROCK: SOUND BYTES; GO2. Poole, Alan 218
Russell is new hotel's head chef. 133
Sams gets pounds 3,548 for lost paintings. 155
SCHOOL TOP OF THE TECH LEAGUE; Cash aid lined up for Trinity. Cuthbertson, Hayley 270
Sea Cadets are winners all the way; YOUTH GROUP CELEBRATES ITS MOST SUCCESSFUL RUN IN 57-YEAR HISTORY. Summers, Kathryn 305
Sent back to prison. 89
Shapiro to join gospel evening. 95
Shot in arm for creativity; ARTS PROJECTS RECEIVE CASH. Hargrave, Paul 191
Sierra on fast track to Bears; CRICKET. 116
Skipper back to boost Nuns; RUGBY UNION. 229
Sleeping voles halt bridge builders. 161
Sorry truth of holiday romance. 150
Spendid chance; RACING. 137
Spy cameras to target 'hot spots'. 198
Steps in the right direction. 116
Store asks shoppers to show their hearts of gold. 103
Strachan's faith rewarded; FOOTBALL. 313
Strikers set their sights on Euro finals; FOOTBALL: Belgians fighting it out for more than Premiership honours at Pride Park. Turner, Andy 890
Taking stock of a poor track record. Dale, Paul 914
Tenants set for 'chaos' cash deal; Council is to rule on compensation. Keay, Rebecca 241
THE LIMIT: DODGY feelings; GO2: They're back with a lot more soul. Elms, Richard 220
THEATRE: A good Lear for JAPAN; GO2. McMULLEN, MARION 546
Thomas backs his experienced players; FOOTBALL. 270
Tips towards being a better manager. 116
TO THE GROUND: A stand-out week to begin the century; GO2. Crutchlow, Dayle 348
Town keen to be seen as Euro hub. Clarke, Samantha 183
Toy joy for toddlers; COUNCIL CASH FOR PLAY INITIATIVE: Equipment will be hired out. Hopker, Anthony 288
Train hits block left on track. 192
Trip ahoy for youngsters; DISABLED GROUP TO WELCOME HMS COVENTRY HOME. Hopker, Antony 277
Trouser row golf bosses consider decision. 260
Turner: Give us more promotion opportunities; FOOTBALL. 531
TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS; GO2. McMULLEN, MARION 323
Unity is strength in war against crime; BUSINESS LEADERS SHARE 'BEST PRACTICE' IDEAS AT CONFERENCE. Gibbons, Duncan 215
VIDEOS. Cain, Tara 117
Waynejoins the team. 90
Woman who left four dogs is jailed. 320
Work above ring road. 107
Workers splash out full of Hope. 95
Would-be teachers to face sums test; MENTAL ARITHMETIC CRUCIAL TO CAREER - LITERACY CHECKS WILL FOLLOW NEXT YEAR. Education, MARK FORSTER 792
Young performers take Dome by storm. 116

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