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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 12, 1999)

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'Best craic yet' festival pledge; POETRY, MUSIC AND DANCE LINED UP FOR EXTRAVAGANZA. Hart, Nigel 281
100 Kosovars found in Kent. 134
Action threat on rail tracks. 159
Adah puts thoughts of home into print. 186
Africa charity ride to benefit women. 131
Andy's pub call for big mouths. 153
ANY QUESTIONS; Coaching inn gained grisly reputation after double murder. Draper, Keith 1003
Artistic first for cafe venue. 174
Auction set to make bold bid; RACING. Hayler, William 259
BACK THE EVENING TELEGRAPH AND WIN. 87
Births dawn on us. 94
Bookies are eclipsed; RACING. 236
Boon races tohandicap course best; ATHLETICS. 330
Boots to open stores for men. 154
Brewers' regional director. 103
Browns bars its own new barmaid; I DON'T LIKE YOUR FRIENDS, OWNER TELLS PAULA, AGED 20. Goulden, Barbara 271
Bus firm goes for cleaner fuel. 101
Buyers flood in for water butt kits. 145
Car makers rapped for 'over-the-top' claims; PEUGEOT AMONG FIRMS UNDER FIRE FOR BREACHING ADVERTISING CODES. Hart, Nigel 238
Cash for creche gives real boost to parents; FAMILY SUPPORT PROJECT IS LATEST WINNER OF OUR COMMUNITY AWARDS SCHEME. Cuthbertson, Hayley 486
Cash for sport is the goal. 130
Cement run move to reopen rail line. Hutson, Andy 234
Chance to root for the future. 151
Charity dealings details. 94
Charity scores with footballs. 116
Chase to grab bike. 94
City graduate gives TV quality pledge; FORMER COVENTRY STUDENT AT THE BEEB TAKES ON RIVALS WITH pounds 195M PACKAGE. McMULLEN, MARION 400
CITY IN MOVE FOR HUGHES; pounds 6m-rated West Brom striker emerges as Sky Blues' top target to replace Huckerby. Turner, Andy 455
City misery as Muzzy penalty steals show; FOOTBALL: A BLEAK EVENING FOR GORDON STRACHAN'S MEN AS ANOTHER ODD-GOAL; DEFEAT UNDERLINES THEIR DESPERATE LACK OF FINISHING POWER. Writer, ANDY TURNER Chief 1351
CITY STEP UP STRIKER SEARCH; FOOTBALL: Strachan 'working flat out' to replace Huckerby. Turner, Andy 397
Clarendon tops; RACING. 83
Concern over cash for homes grants. 203
Corals join offshore exodus; RACING. 286
Craft village wins top tourist award. 112
Crash victim, 33, is named. 83
CRIMEBEAT: Hunt for club attacker. 199
CRIMEBEAT: Woman in park attack ordeal. Cuthbertson, Hayley 234
CRIMEBEAT; Indecent assault sparks man hunt. 146
Dancers hit the floor for medal glory. 119
Darts date with Beaton; DARTS. 117
Dean shows his class; GOLF. Draper, Roger 172
Disabled are urged to apply for cash help. 115
Dive into fun. 81
Drivers speak out over order on attacker. 159
Drivers urged to take up free pop. 147
Duckworth closes on Rallysprint honours; MOTORSPORT. 220
Eclipse fever takesgrip on town; RUSH FOR PROTECTIVE GLASSES AS CROWDS GATHER FOR ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME SENSATION. Tyrrell, Sarah 680
Eyesight victims of the eclipse; DESPITE WARNINGS NOT TO LOOK AT SUN, HOSPITALS ARE ON STANDBY. Cunningham, Catherine 274
Farmers land TV writer Carla with a whole lot of bull. 160
Fence-in plan for Villa HQ. 89
Feud brothers cleared of stabbing. 175
Firm steps in to help child victims. 134
Force's toast. 99
Full marks for customer service. 407
Gadget that finds you out; GOLF. Draper, Roger 456
Garden stars rise to the challenge. 170
Gem of a quiz for school's jubilee. 158
George at the top of the class. 108
Grove's double delight; WOMEN'S BOWLS. 234
Help turn heritage dream into reality; GROUP STILL pounds 16,000 SHORT OF TARGET TO TRACE BEDWORTH'S ROOTS. Evans, Steve 349
Helping hand to flooding victims; ADVICE LEAFLET DRAWN UP FOR HOUSEHOLDERS AND TRADERS. Keay, Rebecca 190
Hero of the Blitz dies at the age of 90; GEORGE CROSS HOLDER IGNORED BOMB TO RESCUE TRAPPED TRIO. Tyrrell, Sarah 205
Hi-tech bid to nab serial criminals; CITY POLICE PLAN TO INTRODUCE NEW TECHNOLOGY THAT IDENTIFIES 'CRIME PRINT'. Cuthbertson, Hayley 252
Holiday bid for carers. 115
Hospital in line for top training award. 111
Hunt for treasure. 84
IN THE COURTS; Trespass man on probation. 360
IN THE FRAME; POOL. 119
In-form Liberals join the Co-op; Snooker. 165
Interactive sport on TV. 84
It's a bunny good show! 107
Jorgensen's back on track for Bees; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 251
Keep the fans in the know, Mr Chairman; FOOTBALL: COMMENT. 362
Kiddies give eclipse a whirl. 190
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1015
Library and art gallery draw crowds. 163
Magistrates court future on agenda; POLICE REVIEW OF BUILDINGS MAY IMPINGE ON RUGBY. Hutson, Andy 170
Man held over fraud bid claim. 83
Marconi gets in on mobiles for Oz. Smith, Stewart 182
Miles may be holding record fish; ANGLING. Armstrong, Pat 464
MONEY WATCH; Can I switch PEP schemes? Ltd, BRYAN FISHER Of Berkeley Financial Planning 626
More buses on way for hospital; Drive to inform patients. Hall, Paula 311
MP backs campaign to cut smoking. 89
Mugger, aged 9, strikes at library. Ray, Emma 209
Mum's message on MS; TALK TO EACH OTHER, URGES SUFFERER DETERMINED TO LOOK ON BRIGHT SIDE. Barratt, Claire 279
Natalie sounds a stage school appeal. 188
Natural learners. 114
Nearly half of children are bullied. 123
Neighbours win fight to curb speeds. Hart, Nigel 248
Never-say-die Margaret roars in; BOWLS. 214
New Year is on the way early. 83
O'Leary in 'no rush' for another forward; FOOTBALL. Silver, Neil 327
OAPs urged to book up free blanket tests. 201
OAPs' charity turns to relatives; Drive to spell out benefits message. 337
Older people cling to the pounds. 124
Omagh still on minds. 146
Open day to avoid pool plague. 178
Over-50s wise up to the web. 176
Pair's sixty years of sermons. 174
Peter to give the show of his life. 140
Petrol station shopping boosts jobs. 230
Pledges pour in for a place of pilgrimage. Cuthbertson, Hayley 410
pounds 20 to be sliced off power bills; Firms told to cut cost of supply. Taylor, Ernest 254
pounds 4,000 scissors you'll warm to!; DAVID SNAPS UP FANCY CUTTERS FEATURED ON TOMORROW'S WORLD. Keay, Rebecca 294
pounds 65m rosy start to year. 90
Prize guys United turn on the style; FOOTBALL. Gibson, Richard 334
Promise of heritage days hit; City aims to make good after last year's fiasco. Diver, Krysia 368
Race named after Trigger; RACING. 145
RADIO STATION BOUNCES BACK; Listener power puts Rugby show on air again. Gibbons, Duncan 340
READER HOLIDAYS; Visit some of Europe's most beautiful cities. 198
READER Offers. 821
Record 'tern' up at nature site. 133
Red-faced David is so ashamed; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 327
Region stars front new BBC schedule. McMULLEN, MARION 138
Ron nets a surprise catch; ANGLING. 238
Ryder Cup row a major poser; GOLF. 210
Sandy has salty cure for stress. Gibbons, Duncan 229
Saracens facing Standard return; RUGBY UNION. 224
Saving plan is goal for league. 151
School is a leader. 95
School's building on hi-tech foundations. Kukuruzovic, Simon 226
Seesaw in queue at hospitals. 141
SKYDOME SPARKS RUSH FOR JOBS; Stampede for 500 posts as leisure site hotline opens. Steedman, Josie 446
Society backs pounds 12.5m deal. 128
Sports galore! 107
Star's solo show of thanks. 133
Stars chasing county title; GOLF. Draper, Roger 548
Steve sets sights on Youths' crown; GOLF. Draper, Roger 174
Strong Boro squad vital - Phillips; FOOTBALL. 379
Sunny start for fruit drink. 144
Take a spin - at 190mph. 264
Talks about future of town courts. 132
Teacher's book tells of battle heroism. Summers, Kathryn 406
The Huckerby enigma; FOOTBALL: One day a world beater, the next a carpet beater . . . the ups and downs of City's maverick striker. Wilson, Michelle 1793
Thieves hit shop owner on way to bank. 140
Three hurt as cars collide. 145
Time to honour special children. 98
Ton-up duo crash way to record book; CRICKET. 489
Tots' roundabout to stop turning; MARKET IMPROVEMENT SCHEME SET TO CALL TIME ON 41 YEARS OF PLEASURE. Goulden, Barbara 574
Tributes as trainer Lewis calls it a day; RACING. Carr, David 610
Triple joy for parents. 117
Troopers rally for Mencap hostel. 130
Trust makes pets pledge. 82
Tuned into a winner! 168
TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 425
UPROAR ON MINK TRAPS; Death sentence for 'menaces'. Ewing, Richard 342
Village store boss scotches rumours; PLANNING APPLICATION DOESN'T MEAN CLOSURE, CUSTOMERS TOLD. Ewing, Richard 170
We're leading the way with the new face of midwifery; THE MODERN MIDWIVES WHO COMBINE THEIR CAREER WITH LOOKING AFTER THEIR OWN FAMILY AT HOME. Diver, Krysia 835
WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES. 840
Welcome - and a warning - on vaccine; NO LET-UP, URGES DAD WHO LOST SON TO MENINGITIS. Cuthbertson, Hayley 317
Why he had to leave - Strachan; FOOTBALL. 435
WIN Bewise vouchers to spend on school uniform. 422
Woodlands squad Down Under; ATHLETICS. 123
YEAR'S WAIT FOR EYE SUFFERERS. Hambridge, Karen 205
Young Guns event triggers big reaction; GOLF. Draper, Roger 395
Young Guns golf for it! 124
Young workers to study on pay; NEW LAW 'IN BOSSES' BEST INTERESTS AS WELL' AS ONE DAY A WEEK MOOTED. Diver, Krysia 302

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