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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 23, 1999)

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`Goodbye' pair say hello in winning style; REVIEW. Writer, MARION McMULLEN Atre 326
`Sir Humphrey' keeps a royal date. 229
`Too slow' man lost Peugeot job. Cunningham, Catherine 290
999 crew save choking baby; WE CAN'T THANK THEM ENOUGH, SAY MAILLE'S RELIEVED PARENTS. Hall, Paula 261
A boy's own rocking-horse! Hopker, Antony 234
A new chapter as Hilda hits 100. 297
Adders hope to host title clincher. 141
Andrew on the move to take charge of hotel. 101
Asthma group issues plea for more support; POOR TURN-OUTS AND LACK OF HELP LEAVE ORGANISERS DOWNHEARTED. Kukuruzovic, Simon 314
Attacks on police fall. 108
Award for health and safety. 183
Baby is found dead. 124
Bedding blitz sees Coventry through; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. Hollinshead, Graeme 216
Below par but Adders still win. 207
Bermuda catch over-confident Highway by surprise; STAN OULDS CUP. 272
Blair unveils Euro plans. 84
BLAZE DRAMA AT CITY FLATS; Man battles for life after rescue from burning home. Cunningham, Catherine; Summers, Kathryn 284
Boro pair won't leave the party. Brown, Derek 329
Bridge project inspires pupils; BUILDING WORK STARTS AFTER SCHOOLS COME UP WITH CIVIL ENGINEERING DESIGN. Punshon, Andrew 273
Brookies face G's in final showdown; FOLESHILL CHARITY CUP. 139
Cabbage to patch it up after Griff win; COVENTRY ALLIANCE. 739
Call on Patrick if chips are down. 200
Cannabis plants could have made Pounds 60,000; Man jailed for growing drug. 216
Cash crisis threatens VS Rugby; STRUGGLING SOCCER CLUB LAUNCHES APPEAL AS SPONSORS PULL OUT. Johnson, Steve 294
Champion Dunne ready for African Holiday; BOXING. 316
CHAMPS TO QUIT LEAGUE? Horsfall, Phil; Brown, Derek 404
Charity shop among top dogs. 156
Child labour law tightened; Bosses must assess risks. Kukuruzovic, Simon 302
COMMENT; Facing an uncertain future with monetary changeover. 198
COMMENT; Low-life criminals plumb new depths with theft. 190
Computer bus is just the ticket. 112
Condon: I'm not quitting. 103
Could you befriend a lonely teenager?; Search for volunteers is launched. McCONKEY, ALISON 350
Council's money wasting is ruining the whole city. ARNOT, Chris 489
Councillor faces axe after eight years. 225
County at full strength. 284
Debate plan on site of super hospital. 124
Driver hurt in coach crash. 97
Eds and Southam in Shield shocks; RUGBY UNION: JOHN WILKINSON ROUNDS UP THE REGIONAL ACTION. 387
Euro cash on offer for green projects. 158
Eves has no future at Cov - Fairbrother. Wilkinson, John 238
Ex-coal miners fish for a new career. 127
EX-SERVICE NOTES; AGM appointment. 288
Face of man behind knife ordeal. 303
Father fined Pounds 300 fears for job; PRIVATE HIRE DRIVER IN `PLYING' OFFENCE COULD LOSE HIS HOME. Taylor, Ernest 297
Future in doubt for staff of labels firm. 197
Gazza expects no favours from Keegan. 216
GM foods furore `irresponsible'. 150
Going green with an expert. 120
GPT bosses ponder future after defeat; ENDSLEIGH COMBINATION. 769
Greenbacks injuries. 118
Hague in attack on city depot. 93
Harbottle back for Knitters; SOCCER. 399
Healthy advice - for free. 119
Healthy look at eating habits. 187
Hen Lane lose at last; COVENTRY, DISTRICT & WARWICKSHIRE LEADERS. 134
Home win for the born entertainer. 260
Housing market is feeling a spring. 148
IN THE COURTS; Matches ban on drunken soccer fan. 563
Interest in office building is sold. 245
Jaguar pledge on Browns Lane; SUCCESS OF RIVAL MODEL WILL NOT HIT CITY PLANT. Motoring, STEWART SMITH 363
Jail for man who knifed his neighbour. Kukuruzovic, Simon 429
Jailers deny assault. 109
Job call to be force for good. 130
Jupiter and Venus put on show. 148
Kafelnikov eyes number one spot; TENNIS: SPOTLIGHT ON THE GUARDIAN DIRECT CUP. Casey, Phil 296
Karen's win means it's paradise for pets. 111
Kaylie's colourful creation. 104
LINK-UP. 110
Liverpool the bogey team for Riga again; VOLLEYBALL. 456
Local agencies merge. 183
Man on knife charges allowed bail. 99
Manasis to hit high note. Eade, Paul 294
Moving plea wins grant. 83
MPs campaign for rural road safety. 127
Music night to aid youth project. 133
NEW BID TO SAVE HISTORIC HOTEL. Wilde, James 209
New Deal's new focus; COVENTRY CHOSEN TO HELP PILOT A NEW NATIONWIDE DRIVE TO GET THE OVER-25s BACK INTO THE JOBS MARKET AND OFF BENEFITS. Industry, ALISON WILLIAMS 952
NEWS DIGEST; Blair to unveil Euro plans. 192
NEWS DIGEST; Car thieves spotted. 107
NEWS DIGEST; Man faces blaze quiz. 106
None. 208
On target for success. 158
ON THIS DAY. 137
Opening the doors on city's heritage; VISITORS DUE TO SEE REFURBISHED ST MARY'S HALL IN SEPTEMBER. Hargrave, Paul 328
Our recipe for success. 132
Over-60 team's advice praised. 100
Plea to man in baggrab chase. 111
Please give me back my freedom; SPINA BIFIDA SUFFERER IN PLEA TO THIEVES WHO TOOK HIS INVALID VEHICLE. Ray, Emma 262
Police warning after park attack. 296
Pow! Dynamic duo take a beating. 141
Powering into the future; TOP-NOTCH TRACTOR RANGE HOLDS SECRET TO SUCCESS FOR MASSEY FERGUSON. Williams, Alison 315
Probe into backing for innovation. Williams, Alison 198
PUB BOSS IN TRAIN HORROR. 248
Pupils miss targets. 110
Reserves boosted by first teamers. 197
Residents back central hospital. 113
Ritchley plans net growth. 144
Rover's `car of year' award. 169
Schools `could do better' - despite improvements; Primary School Performance Tables. Hart, Nigel 943
SCHOOLS TAKE A CANING; Rugby area trails in county tables. Johnson, Steve 286
Scream style horror attack. 180
Sean's the number one cereal thriller. 173
Serious fraud cases climbing towards another peak. 191
Shop raid heroes to be honoured; BRAVE PAIR WILL RECEIVE GOOD CITIZENS AWARDS AT POLICE CEREMONY. Mackenzie, Jenny 258
Singing for appeal. 88
Soccer tops for viewers. Mcmullen, Marion 324
Society's mutual pledge after a great year. Williams, Alison 339
Sowing town's summer colour. 123
Spence explains need for `fixing' inquiry. 317
SPORT DIGEST. 246
Stag may switch. 85
Steve finds the chimps a bit of a drag. 108
Stitching up the market. 230
Stockingford zip to double victory; TUESDAY NIGHT GAMES LEAGUE. 178
Strachan's job is safe - chairman. 261
Students at loggerheads over Di jokes drama. Hopker, Antony 342
Super Tactics' options open. 90
Super treble brings up 50 for Williams. Carr, David 665
Talks over `lost' bus stop. 149
TEABREAK TEASERS. 154
The pressure is on us insists Gunners boss; FOOTBALL: SPOTLIGHT ON TONIGHT'S CONTROVERSIAL FA CUP RE-MATCH. Barlow, Matt 566
The wonderful world of scouting!; A NUNEATON TEENAGER TELLS OF HIS EXPERIENCES ON THE WORLD SCOUT JAMBOREE IN CHILE. Hambridge, Karen 743
Thornton given the all-clear. 163
Three injured at danger junction. 226
Toll road fight returns to court. 96
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 351
TOP OF THE CLASS; Praise for school's upturn. Education, MARK FORSTER 317
Top of the tables twice! Hart, Nigel 250
TOUGH TIMES AHEAD FOR SHAW; Relegation six-pointers `will be harder than playing Man Utd'. Turner, Andy 289
Tough, but we know just what we must do; THE SKY BLUES STAR WRITES FOR THE EVENING TELEGRAPH. NILSSON, Roland 642
Tribute to dead at soccer stadium. 194
TV appeal in hunt for thug. 82
VATman changes his mind on bill; CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU TOLD THAT DEMAND FOR Pounds 9,000 CAN BE IGNORED. Wilde, James 250
Village school is top of the class with perfect marks. 128
Warning over NHS dental rule; DELAY MEANT MAN HAD TO GO PRIVATE. Hambridge, Karen 439
Witherley v Blades in final; CHAPEL END CUP. 251
Working hours law go on trial. 156
YOUR VIEWS SLOGAN SPECIAL; Search for a slogan. 2507
YOUR VIEWS; Traffic plans for city have gone too far. 904

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