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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 2, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'Carrier bag' depots open for aid. 222
'Sardine trains' bring refugees. 150
'Trade hit' by caravan arrivals. 191
A head start for tots on parade. 82
Action to ease misery backed. 131
Adders without key six; Football. 202
Agency's effort for Kosovo. 86
Arts Alive ready to amaze; CITY STREETS TO BE FILLED WITH THE WEIRD AND WONDERFUL. McMULLEN, MARION 288
Banned driver loses appeal against prison. 234
Banned driver loses appeal. 140
Barn converted to offices in line for top award. 238
Big day for the little car with cult following. 176
Bill's back with a win; Horseracing. 327
Billington aims for first victory; Football. Horsfall, Phil 260
Black belt joy for young town quartet. 125
Boro go for double glory; Football. 213
Boss's long drive to help charity; NOVICES COME FIRST IN SPONSORED RALLY HALFWAY AROUND THE WORLD. Mackenzie, Jenny 214
Boy band demands extra security at gig. Johnson, Steve 184
Bravery award for girl in pole horror. 106
Brian ANDERSEN: COVENTRY'S SKIPPER WRITES FOR THE EVENING TELEGRAPH; Killing time with Gameboy and the Duke! Anderson, Brian 479
Brown fears Macca could quit. 479
Bubbly farewell for Margaret. 110
Call for more home care. 97
Car blazes after crash. 94
Centre a hit with sporty youngsters. 132
Chance to be star in garden. 104
Chance to enter Hall of Fame. 383
Charity efforts win top award. 98
Cinema takes on blockbuster role. Evans, Steve 300
CINEMA; GO 2: Heartless CRIMINALS. Wood, Michael 203
Cinema; GO 2: PAST modernists. Wood, Michael 413
CITY HIT WITH BACK TROUBLE. Wilson, Michelle 522
City youngsters for Mini Marathon; Athletics. 116
Claire beats record with brilliant regatta win; ROWING. 233
Complaint against Robinson rejected. 177
Corals quick to price up top races; Horseracing. 173
Council homes transfer opposed; CONSTRUCTION UNION'S OBJECTION SEEKS CHANGES TO GIVE TENANTS MORE CHOICE. Scott, Fiona 197
Council tenants in flats petition. Cunningham, Catherine 346
Country; GO 2: Virginians pay a visit. Stuart, Frances 278
Couple in step for 50 years; 'SO GLAD YOU WALTZED INTO MY LIFE!'. Steedman, Josie 312
Cowshed offices could milk a trophy; BARN CONVERSION SHORTLISTED FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD. Parrish, Rachel 294
Cox Vian ready to force tactics; The Boat Race. 306
Cresswell poised for his debut; Football: OPPOSITION VIEW. 254
Cutting edge of tales and talk; TOP POETS AND WRITERS JOIN CITY PROGRAMME. Taylor, Ernest 239
Cyclist wins appeal over lights. 243
DANGERMAN: Benito Carbone; Fotball. 225
Darren lends support; Rugby. 111
Depots open to take donations; PEOPLE URGED TO FILL A BAG WITH SUPPLIES AND ATTACH pounds 1 FOR TRANSPORT: KOSOVO REFUGEE APPEAL. Steedman, Josie 417
Discover splendours of the Sikh court; GO 2: DISCOVER; GO 2 : Exhibitions. Bell, Lucy 276
DNA could hold key to egg thefts. 141
Dugard tackles the Bees; Speedway. Berry, Mike 228
Easter opener; PIGEON RACING. 89
Egg holds cracking surprise. 105
Eh-oh, looks like an award for our Anne. McMULLEN, MARION 303
Elated Norton is new champ; BOXING. 452
Elderly get free eye tests. 171
Eliot team names its new chief. 165
Experts' advice on home safety. 116
Fairy story comes to life. 98
FAMILY LAW; Daughter in name tussle. 578
Fight man sent to prison. 205
Film of hotel's last days is on sale. 132
Firemen's peaks of fitness. 228
First Flat winner for shrewd Steve; Horseracing. Robson, Michael 428
Friends rally to help brave tot's family. Mackenzie, Jenny 293
GLORY BECKONS FOR BORO; Victory will virtually clinch title. Brown, Derek 426
GO 2: books; A tale of Tomorrow. 128
GO 2: Books; Grim truths and hidden treasure. Allen, Paul 303
GO 2: Books; Rediscovering; THE BOSS. Barker, Charles 442
GO 2: exhibitions; Antiques for all. 132
GO 2: Exhibitions; Meet husky dogs and learn about Arctic life. 121
GO 2: Exhibitions; Winslet wear goes on show. 110
GO 2: Folk; SINGER steps in for Swarbrick. Willow, Pete 301
GO 2: Liz gets a WRITE good deal; Rock. Poole, Alan 848
GO 2: REFLECTING on a magical talent; Classical. Mackenzie, Jenny 588
Grant boosts park. 112
Graveney moves to help Flintoff stay in trim; Rugby league. 463
Great Paris hotels and flights offer. 125
Greenbacks and Knitters all set; Football. Ray, Emma 272
Heart MoT can keep you healthy. 112
Heroin addict given a chance. 195
Hingis fights for victory; Tennis. 155
How to get hitched without hitches. 192
How YOU have made a dream come true; A BRAND NEW EXTENSION WHICH WILL BRING BETTER FACILITIES TO MARY ANN EVANS HOSPICE IS ABOUT TO OPEN - AND IT'S ALL DOWN TO LOCAL FUND RAISING. Barratt, Claire 831
IN THE COURTS; Jail after breaking driving ban. 740
It's a dream white Easter for Trish; COUNCIL OFFICER TO FLY OUT TO EASTERN EUROPE AFTER WINNING ENVIRONMENT AWARD. Ray, Emma 327
It's win or bust for Whirlwind; SNOOKER. 218
Jazz; GO 2: A sound orgsanisation. Caldwell, Bob 425
John's buns on a winner. 89
Keegan in England hint. 142
Kidd ignores drop jibe; Football. 213
Learn how to drive your computer! 148
Legendary E-Type set to roar again; AFTER 22 YEARS IN A BARN, COVENTRY CAT SEES THE LIGHT. Hart, Nigel 235
Les to eye up the talent. 110
Let's make it it a game to be proud of!; COUNTDOWN TO TOMORROW'S CRUNCH SOCCER CUP CLASH BETWEEN CABBAGE AND GRIFF. Brown, Derek 621
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1248
Lions on parade; Rugby. 89
Looking back on a caring career. 137
Lottery winner, 42, dies after heart op in Philippines. 202
Love in workplace 'should be banned'. 119
Maureen marks her 50th in a most charitable fashion. 182
Meals on wheels help beat burglars; TWO SCHEMES AIMED AT MAKING HILLFIELDS A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE. Pring, John 214
Meals on wheels help beat burglars; TWO SCHEMES TO MAKE HILLFIELDS A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE. Pring, John 213
Meeting the challenge for better quality of life; STRATEGY TO FIGHT CRIME AND DISORDER DRAWN UP AFTER CITY-WIDE SURVEY. Wilson, Lucy 368
Men fly out to help sex abuse inquiry; Probe into claims against RC priests. Pring, John 287
Michele gets on her bike for Borneo; FAR EASTERN CYCLE CHALLENGE WILL RAISE CASH FOR CHARITY. Steedman, Josie 235
Millennium project set to take root. 195
Motoring; Cherokee is on the climb. Smith, Stewart 514
Motoring; Fighting finish. Smith, Stewart 135
Motoring; Sporty newcomer hits UK. Smith, Stewart 155
Moves to get more police on the street; STRATEGY TARGETS DRUGS, ROWDYISM, BURGLARY AND RACE ATTACKS. Kukuruzovic, Simon 243
MP demands action on recycling. 214
Museum in driving seat for culture; CHANCE TO MAP OUT CITY'S TRANSPORT HERITAGE IN pounds 15m SHAREOUT. Pring, John 227
Nato allies' 'kangaroo court' fury. 221
Nature project is set to take root. 157
No joke jackpot knockout for Tony. 143
Nuns are hoping to end on a high note; Rugby. 252
Nurse green light on prescriptions; NEW MOVE TO SHARE ROLE OF GPs WILL CUT TIME-WASTING, SAYS BOSS. Hall, Paula 264
OAP foils bogus CID pair. 197
Oil jobs slip away. 82
ON THIS DAY. 100
Parish hall sale gets OK. 98
PEARCE IS SURE OF CITY VICTORY; BIG MATCH PREVIEW. 473
Plan to ease traffic crush along the A5; HIGHWAYS AGENCY DRAWS UP LIST OF WORKS. Parrish, Rachel 298
Plaque's fountain secret revealed. Goulden, Barbara 516
Prison visitors ordered to retire at 70; DECISION WILL PUT POLICE STATION SCHEME IN JEOPARDY, WARN STALWARTS. Hopker, Antony 256
Public help police chase. 115
Pupils' Easter story. 146
READER HOLIDAYS; Take a walking break at home or abroad. 252
Residents left in dark over plans; OLD TOWN REGENERATION CHIEFS FORGET TO SEND OUT NEWSLETTER. Ewing, Richard 389
Review: REMUS HAND AND HEART, MARCH 26; GO 2. Slack, Kathy 246
Review; GO 2. Losowski, Andrew 216
Review; GO 2: Comedy club lucky dip proved to be a great night out. Slack, Kathy 385
Review; GO 2: What a ball of confusion. Brabbs, Cordelia 338
Richard KEYS column; We must get full six points to miss the scramble. Keys, Richard 556
Riverside set for a facelift. Keay, Rebecca 225
Rotary chief's message to town. 157
Rush as time runs out for Tessa. 173
Sharing the thrills of Rugby. 94
Sheer relief as Faldo breaks 70 barrier at last; Golf. Garrod, Mark 308
SHOWPIECE TAKE-A-LOOK; Pump Rooms primed for big opening. Ewing, Richard 293
Square hangs on to bruvver Phil. 144
Star line-up for TV's new period piece. 199
Storms leave homes in dark. 141
STRAIGHT TALKING; Saving city's heritage is no easy task. Dale, Paul 523
Supply planes fly in. 95
Surprise as mayor drops in. 98
Take a walk for charity. 219
Teachers pay row looms. 136
THEATRE'S SOS CALL TO EXPERT HELP; NEW IDEAS: Lisa Parnell; Lisa heads marketing drive. Hambridge, Karen 279
Theatre; GO 2 : Rock show on move. 444
Theatre; GO 2: Off their trolleys in the Far East. McMULLEN, MARION 344
TO THE GROUND; GO 2: SPRING is in the air. Crutchlow, Dayle 551
Tongan winger is back to boost Cov; Rugby. Wilkinson, John 714
TONY'S JACKPOT IS NO JOKE; Rugby landlord can't believe his lottery luck. Tolfts, Lisa 300
Training call to handle school yobs. 108
TRAVELLERS SET UP CAMP AT SHOWCASE; 30 vans invade cinema car park. Pring, John 284
TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS; GO 2. McMULLEN, MARION 426
Under-16s march on. Brown, Derek 147
Vibrant future assured for neglected precinct; THE PUBLIC INQUIRY TOOK JUST UNDER TWO HOURS BUT IT TOOK FIVE MONTHS FOR A DECISION TO BE REACHED. Dale, Paul; Hargrave, Paul 1016
Victoria draws on her talent. 98
Videos; GO 2: Don't bank on a winner. Cain, Tara 302
Villages blacked out by lightning. 156
Wainman and Lund renew rivalry at Brandon; STOCK CARS. Robottom, Dave 274
WATCH team wins cash. 126
WATCH team wins pounds 450,000 for area. 126
Wheatsheaf handed life ban after fracas; FOOTBALL: SPOTLIGHT ON THE NON-LEAGUE AND LOCAL SCENE. 237
Wood out for VS; Football. 163
Worldwide orders for Diana coin. 171
Years of service all add up . . . 115

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