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One sure way to cut the hassle. Oct 31, 2000 300
Farmers in dump menace; Tip-offs plea to trap fly-tippers. Oct 27, 2000 231
Police warn of risk of air rifle tragedy; WARNING AFTER NUMBER OF FIREARAMS INCIDENTS INCREASES. Oct 26, 2000 269
BACKING FOR BUSES BOOST. Oct 23, 2000 326
On-the-ball team seeks sponsors; NATIONAL FINALISTS HAVE TO PLAY IN PLAIN SHIRTS AND SHORTS. Oct 21, 2000 341
Don't risk flu call to elderly -get a jab. Oct 20, 2000 293
Early warning over fireworks; Woman returns to smoking living room. Oct 20, 2000 314
At your service day and night; Six-month trial for calls round the clock. Oct 19, 2000 310
Brochure boost for borough best. Oct 18, 2000 280
Arts groups benefit from pounds 6,000 grants. Oct 17, 2000 266
Days of hope for tot's parents; YOUNGSTER WHO BEAT THE ODDS STARTS HER FIRST SCHOOLING. Oct 17, 2000 372
TRAFFIC ISLAND SAFETY DRIVE. Oct 17, 2000 220
Traders invited to call crooks to task. Oct 16, 2000 250
COUPLE'S BABY CARE UNIT APPEAL; Fund-raiser to say thanks for saving sons. Oct 16, 2000 494
Lights of Love are set to be rekindled; THIRD ANNUAL CANDLELIGHT SERVICE AT HOSPICE TO BE MADE EXTRA SPECIAL. Oct 12, 2000 288
Youngsters given a fresh chance to learn; PUPILS FLOURISHING OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT. Oct 11, 2000 281
PC's pledge of 'safer town for everyone' NEW BEAT BOBBY AIMS TO BRING BACK TRADITIONAL POLICING TO BEDWORTH. Oct 9, 2000 306
Factory blaze workers help out; COMMUNITY BENEFITS WHILE STAFF WAIT FOR FACTORY TO BE REBUILT. Oct 7, 2000 349
SCHOOL BUS IS RIGHT ON TIME; pounds 32,000 target reached in 9 months. Oct 7, 2000 261
NEIGHBOURS HIT BY GEM THIEVES; Police urge public to be vigilant. Oct 4, 2000 187
School dream work to start; Appeal now at pounds 180,000. Sep 2, 2000 381
pounds 410,000 repairs at last for tenants; WORK TO START NEXT MONTH. Aug 30, 2000 312
Plans for pounds 25,000 facelift for old clinic; BOROUGH AIMS TO TURN BUILDING INTO BASE FOR 'URBAN VILLAGE' SCHEME. Aug 29, 2000 301
Make an effort plea on estate; Self-help group finds going tough. Aug 25, 2000 293
Teens make their mark with murals; BRIGHTER LOOK AT CENTRE FOR PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES. Aug 25, 2000 342
Cutting costs to benefit patients; CALLS SYSTEMS TRIAL AIMS TO SAVE MORE MONEY. Aug 24, 2000 284
pounds 100,000 bill to replace windows; COUNCIL TO ACT AFTER TENANTS REPORT PANES CRASHING TO GROUND. Aug 24, 2000 310
Call for action on tearaway children; EIGHT-YEAR-OLDS ARE TERRORISING NEIGHBOURS, SAY RESIDENTS. Aug 23, 2000 372
Breast cancer group back in action; WOMEN FACING TRAUMA OF MASTECTOMY NOW HAVE SOMEONE TO TALK TO. Aug 22, 2000 340
Clubs promised better wickets; COUNCIL PLEDGES ACTION TO IMPROVE CRICKET PLAYING SURFACES. Aug 21, 2000 274
Keep on shopping the fly-tippers; Councillors' praise for countryside detectives. Aug 19, 2000 289
Tenants hit out over fountain cash 'waste'. Aug 18, 2000 365
Libraries join to give a boost for business. Aug 18, 2000 322
pounds 78m NEEDED FOR HOMES UPGRADE; Council's options set out in report. Aug 18, 2000 239
Why life's blooming again for winner Alf; SAD WIDOWER'S LIFE TRANSFORMED BY GARDEN CHALLENGE. Aug 17, 2000 304
Rail line protesters slam Railtrack 'lies' RESIDENTS SAY PLANS ARE TOO COMPLICATED TO UNDERSTAND. Aug 16, 2000 380
Police purge on illegal parkers; WARNING TO MOTORISTS IGNORING TOWN CENTRE RESTRICTIONS. Aug 16, 2000 280
OUTRAGE OVER HOUSING PLAN; 'Development will bring traffic chaos'. Aug 16, 2000 272
CRIMEBEAT: Alarming rise in burglaries. Aug 15, 2000 213
Police nearer move into problem flats; Base for officers in bid to curb vandals. Aug 15, 2000 276
Put the brake on street skaters. Aug 10, 2000 301
WOMEN THUGS BATTER GIRLS; Attack on teenage pals baffles police. Aug 10, 2000 284
Hospice lottery volunteer plea; MORE HELP WANTED WITH GROWING DEMAND FOR LOTTERY TICKETS. Aug 9, 2000 291
Is fountain cash down the drain?; YOUR VIEWS ON THE STREET. Aug 9, 2000 491
Youngsters to add colour to subway; HOLIDAY PROJECT 'WILL PORTRAY TEENAGERS IN A POSITIVE LIGHT'. Aug 5, 2000 336
CHILDREN IN DEADLY GAME ON BYPASS. Aug 5, 2000 301
Bernard's bit of paradise is a winner!; IT'S ALL BEYOND OUR WILDEST DREAMS, SAY SHOCKED PENSIONERS WHO COLLECTED TWO AWARDS IN BRITAIN IN BLOOM 2000 WITH THEIR GARDEN. Aug 3, 2000 525
Stars shining for arts centre; Theatre's future looking bright, says chairman. Aug 3, 2000 271
Two into one goes perfectly for club; LOSS OF VENUE FOR ONE TWINS' GROUP COULD BE SALVATION OF OTHER. Aug 2, 2000 280
CRIMEBEAT: Muggers hit two women. Aug 1, 2000 302
Youth festival is here to stay. Aug 1, 2000 274
Helping combat isolation; RURAL TRANSPORT BOOST. Jul 31, 2000 233
Crews Swoop on fire safety; ORGANISATIONS LINK TO HELP OLD FOLK AVOID HOME DANGER. Jul 29, 2000 296
COUNCIL STAFF IN MENINGITIS ALERT; Worker home after treatment. Jul 29, 2000 246
Parents set up support group; STUNNED FAMILY COMES TO TERMS WITH TODDLER'S DIABETES. Jul 28, 2000 287
Tips on how to beat con men. Jul 27, 2000 202
Police pledge to real rape victims. Jul 27, 2000 253
'Slave' Dave is draw's top prize; FIREFIGHTER IS SHOCKED TO FIND MATES ARE OFFERING HIS SERVICES. Jul 26, 2000 361
A hand with the chores; pounds 80,000 scheme to help elderly. Jul 25, 2000 284
Rape story wasn't a laugh - I needed help; DESPAIR FOR LOST BABY . . . THEN THE SARAH PAYNE TRAGEDY MADE ME REALISE WHAT I'D DONE. Jul 25, 2000 795
WHY I CRIED RAPE; I'm so very sorry ... and so deeply ashamed. Jul 25, 2000 157
Cut-down promise on danger island; Council pledges to trim back obstructive plants. Jul 24, 2000 292
Knockout hit from day one!; FESTIVAL SET TO DOUBLE LAST YEAR'S SUCCESS AFTER ROARING START. Jul 24, 2000 515
Call is made to cut holiday burglaries; POLICE URGE PEOPLE TO PROTECT VALUABLES THIS SUMMER. Jul 24, 2000 298
TV SOCCER PUBS 'CHEATS' CLAIM; Landlords in trouble over screen fees. Jul 24, 2000 272
Families' fury at village plan. Jul 22, 2000 269
Pub drinks to a secret past; RELICS REVEALED IN pounds 800,000 RENOVATION. Jul 21, 2000 298
School pellet shooting sparks parents' fears. Jul 21, 2000 224
Adders' link-up plan grounded. Jul 20, 2000 277
Weeds peril at junction; ACCIDENT IS WAITING TO HAPPEN SAYS MOTORIST AFTER NEAR MISSES. Jul 20, 2000 352
Couple make wedding a family affair; I DO, PAUL TELLS MUM AND DAD AS THEY CONDUCT HIS MARRIAGE SERVICE. Jul 6, 2000 312
Mediation scheme is 'a success'. Jul 5, 2000 286
Student author is on cloud nine; CAR RIDE WITH DAD GAVE CLARE INSPIRATION TO FULFIL CHILDHOOD AMBITION. Jul 5, 2000 326
Irene calls it a day for fete. Jul 4, 2000 329
Pupils offer 'novel' list of street names; SCHOOL ASKED FOR LIST OF SUGGESTIONS BY BUILDING FIRM. Jul 4, 2000 321
Our breakfast club has to be saved!; SCHOOL APPEALS FOR MORE SUPPORT AS FUNDS RUN LOW. Jul 3, 2000 325
Bid to beat blight of bored youths. Jul 1, 2000 285
200 callers offer clues to rapist. Jun 30, 2000 301
Plea to attack Samaritan; PASSER-BY SCARED OFF BRUTE WHO THREATENED WOMAN WITH KNIFE. Jun 27, 2000 521
BRUTE DRAGS WOMAN BY HER HAIR; Police hunting rapist check on links. Jun 26, 2000 250
'Open mind' on sex attack links; RAPE CASE INFORMATION IS FLOODING IN BUT POLICE CALL FOR MORE - NO MATTER HOW TRIVIAL. Jun 24, 2000 651
RAPE VICTIM'S STEPSRETRACED; Police bid to jog memories. Jun 24, 2000 298
Rape probe police study sex attack bid; WE ARE KEEPING AN OPEN MIND ON POSSIBLE LINK, SAYS OFFICER. Jun 23, 2000 361
Young people aim for a knockout success; MILLENNIUM YOUTH EVENT BACK ON TRACK DESPITE SPONSORSHIP DISAPPOINTMENT. Jun 20, 2000 301
New industries 'vital for future' BUSINESS GROUP SPELLS OUT ITS RECIPE FOR SURVIVAL. Jun 19, 2000 323
Police teams halt trains in rapist hunt; RAIL PASSENGERS QUIZZED ONE WEEK AFTER ATTACK. Jun 17, 2000 328
Estate gets a spring clean. Jun 17, 2000 304
TRAINS HALTED IN RAPIST HUNT. Jun 17, 2000 400
New plea to catch sex fiend; Drawings of rapist to be sent to rail stations. Jun 16, 2000 350
Yvonne's prize of a lifetime. Jun 15, 2000 258
Falling pupils force closure. Jun 15, 2000 213
YOU CAN HELP US CATCH SEX FIEND; Poster appeal over rapist. Jun 15, 2000 325
Help calls pour in as hunt for rapist hots up. Jun 14, 2000 395
Help to escape the debts trap; Advisers ease the pressure. Jun 14, 2000 269
pounds 77,000 scheme to improve market. Jun 13, 2000 237
Nuneaton is divided up to beat the litter-bugs; Town zones are considered in bid to solve the problem of dropped rubbish. Jun 12, 2000 327
Help us to catch rapist of woman,18; POLICE INVESTIGATE POSSIBLE LINKS WITH TWO OTHER ATTACKS IN SAME AREA OVER PAST FOUR YEARS AND APPEAL TO GROUP OF CHILDREN WHO MAY HAVE SEEN ATTACKER. Jun 12, 2000 634
KNIFE FOUND IN HUNT FOR SEX FIEND; Train passengers may hold important clues. Jun 12, 2000 356
Hospital bloods hi-tech helper; NEW EQUIPMENT SPEEDS UP TEST RESULTS FOR GEORGE ELIOT PATIENTS. Jun 10, 2000 288
GUN TERROR IN SHOP ROBBERY; Customers forced to lie on ground. Jun 10, 2000 200

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