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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 14, 1999)

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'Help us' plea on energy survey by phone. 152
10 things you didn't know about... CELEBRITY PROMS. 180
A walk on the WILDE SIDE; What was the spell in the air? Wilde, James 483
ACTION CALL AFTER BLAZE; Scrapyard smoke pall visible for miles. Hart, Nigel; Hargrave, Paul 491
Action urged to fill homes; WOULD-BE TENANTS WON'T MOVE TO ESTATE. Pring, John 291
Ahoy there for holiday fun! 122
Air firms put on bomb alert. Hunter, Paul 198
Awards bid to beat 'fuel poverty'. 92
Ay up it's EVANS; Tale to tell from my multi-storey refuge. Evans, Steve 476
Betty strikes out for a career. 156
Bob MEE: Deano has the power to take Charles' crown; BOXING. MEE, Bob 1222
BOOKS. Chamberlain, Julie 441
Bug-free water bid. 122
C and NW seek players; HOCKEY. 128
Carly eyes Rose title. 182
Carnival gala to have temporary home in Riversley Park. 250
Cash appeal to enter world riding event. 96
Cash boost in battle to bar gipsies; COUNCIL TO SPEND pounds 5,000 ON BARRIERS. Hambridge, Karen 280
CLUB PLEA IGNORED BY FIRMS; Plan to help young folk put on ice. Evans, Steve 291
Coroner rejects suicide verdict. 236
COUNTRY WALK; WINWICK to HONEY HILL Five-miles. Pathfinder Map 957.; Walk along the Jurassic Way. Weston, Ron 522
Dean's goal is a village on stilts; STUDENT AIMS TO RETURN TO HELP POOR CHILDREN IN INDONESIA. Diver, Krysia 384
Delight as garden contest grows; RECORD ENTRIES - BUT YOU'LL HAVE TO WAIT TO SEE WINNERS. Tolfts, Lisa 210
Drivers told to slow down. 163
Drivers told to slow down. 111
Family GP dies, aged 85. 200
Film proves a hit with cinema-goers. Ewing, Richard 247
Former mayor's library honour. 128
German beer off while beef ban on. Wilde, James 222
Get those garden tools and hoe for the best; NEW TV SHOW REAL RAKEOVERS IS LAYING DOWN THE LAWN AND GIVING TIRED OLD PLOTS THE GREEN-FINGERED BEAUTY TREATMENT. McMULLEN, MARION 884
Good old family act. 98
Grabbing chance of fame. 108
Ground visit plan to check Greenbacks. 117
Have a say on how new centre is run; APPEAL FOR MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC TO HAVE AN INPUT AT REVAMPED HATTERS. Kukuruzovic, Simon 297
Hotline to help with A-level misses. 209
HUCK FOR ENGLAND; FOOTBALL: O'Leary vows to turn pounds 5.5m man into top international. Parkes, Ian 354
Hussain fit for Test; CRICKET. 120
Iain gains top gold award. 120
IN THE COURTS; Man sent to prison for eight months. 779
Internet bank could take off in 2,000. 181
Japan's message for reconciliation event; AMBASSADOR TO ADDRESS CONGREGATION AT CATHEDRAL SERVICE. Hart, Nigel 275
Jorgensen set for Brandon farewell; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 267
Keith Draper: MEMORIES; Reaching for the skies. Draper, Keith 1362
KRISTOF READY FOR LIFT-OFF!; FOOTBALL: Boro recruit can't wait for Conference action. Ray, Emma 407
LETTERS: SATURDAY SOAPBOX; Home care charges are simply unacceptable. 343
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1023
Lively nights replace funereal taste. 125
Man jailed for 'theft' assaults loses appeal. 216
Man jailed for harming crying baby; LONG WAIT TO LEARN WHETHER TOT'S BRAIN IS PERMANENTLY DAMAGED. Summers, Kathryn 279
Mel's Sheffield solo. 205
Mental health issues appeal. 198
Mums given helping hand by college. 155
On the road to better driving days. 191
Party needs spell of magic. 176
Pensioners' needs to be talk of the town; CONFERENCE AIMS TO RAISE AWARENESS OF AGEING POPULATION'S CONCERNS. Hutson, Andrew 246
Pocket eyesores to go in green plans for city; pounds 100,000 A YEAR A TO BE SPENT ON DERELICT LAND IMPROVEMENTS. 244
Police advice to deter thieves. 134
Police appeal in accident probe. 109
Police to slam door on bogus officials. Cunningham, Catherine 271
pounds 25 Dog owners told: Clean up or face an instant fine. Pring, John 277
pounds 30,000 to help young people. 169
Pub's early 2000 party. 116
Pupils' posters combat crime. 100
RAIL LINE BID TEAM 'HOPEFUL' Green issues on our side say bosses. Scott, Fiona 316
READER HOLIDAYS; A once-in-a-lifetime trip Down Under. 248
Regrets as job scheme doomed; PROJECT WAS HUGE SUCCESS, BUT WILL END AS FUNDING GOES. Hart, Nigel 385
Report backs 'golden oldies'. 172
Reward offer after videos theft. 173
Safety move on road. 224
SATURDAY TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 297
Sculptor has designs on centrepiece. 83
Several hurt in Ulster clashes. 96
Simply fantastic; THOUSANDS BRAVE THE RAIN TO SEE MICK HUCKNALL IN THE FIRST WARWICK CASTLE POP CONCERT. Wilde, James 239
Solid support for cement works. 156
Star's date at fun family event. 148
Straying upon a slice of city history. 191
Student freed by rebels unharmed; CHARITY TEAM HEAD FOR SANCTUARY IN NEIGHBOURING AFRICAN STATE. Hargrave, Paul 338
Summer camps for kids; BASKETBALL. 257
SUNDAY TV; TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 301
Toy gift puts fun into appeal. 125
VANS DROP OFF A HUGE REPAIR BILL; Pump Rooms pavement shattered. Wilde, James 236
View from the CLOCK TOWER; Stub out your bad example. Tolfts, Lisa 431
Villagers' tale is a ramble too far. Mcmullen, Marion 224
Water graph set to make bills clearer. 226
We're taking Scotland by storm! McMullen, Marion 1081
WEEKEND TV; Nigel turns a new Paige. McMULLEN, MARION 562
Westwood and Woods bid for glory; GOLF: SPOTLIGHT ON THE UNITED STATES PGA CHAMPIONSHIP. Garrod, Mark 493
WIN a Rally Sprint ride of a lifetime. 397
YOUR FAVOURITE HOUSEHOLD TIPS COULD MAKE YOU A WINNER. 282

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