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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 5, 1999)

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`Don't blast those ruddy ducks!; NEWS FOCUS ON WHY MIDLANDS CONSERVATIONISTS ARE OPPOSED TO PLANS TO CULL THE OVERSEXED; `LAGER LOUT' OF THE BIRD WORLD. Dale, Paul 777
10 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT TERRY PRATCHETT. 247
Adders can do Boro a favour. 558
Aitken bail plea is dropped. 127
Alert on missing man. 100
Another gold for chef's award platter. 121
ANTZ eater?; Can the latest `bug' movie match it's excellent rival? 406
Assault case man saved by video. Pring, John 235
AVON calling; The Belgrade welcomes the return of Blake's 7 anti-hero Paul Darrow. McMULLEN, MARION 558
Better access for all. 126
Beware of floodgate salesmen. 268
Bid to sharpen interview act; DRAMA GROUP TO SHOW JOBLESS TEENS HOW TO PROJECT THEMSELVES. Education, MARK FORSTER 255
Boardroom row sparks fears for Rover jobs. 96
Books; POLITICAL revelations. 947
Boro throw lifeline to Greenbacks. Harris, John 229
Boxing chef Chris gears up for sixth bout. 161
Bravery award for raid hero. 172
BRAVEST KIDS IN TOWN; Prize-winning pair a shining example. Summers, Kathryn 506
Britain battered as gales sweep in. 250
British troops on Kosovo standby. 133
Bulkington aiming to avenge Folly Lane Telegraph Cup K0; SOCCER. 314
Burial services halt annoys funeral firms; TEMPORARY MEASURE TO ACCOMMODATE CREMATIONS, SAYS COUNCIL. Goulden, Barbara 204
By George! It's not really Trevor. 196
Campaign to install Keegan builds up. Spellman, Damien 485
Cancer deaths linked to drug spending. 148
Car club is now the world's second biggest. 123
Chance to take dip into digital. Williams, Alison 240
City spared a gale - just. 84
Civic demands - and all that jazz. 140
Clarke out, Westwood struggling; GOLF. 449
Classical; BACH in town. Mackenzie, Jenny 615
Come and meet us, plea to Boro fans. 101
COMMENT; Laughable fiasco that's costing YOU money. 172
Concept Cadillac comes to Europe. 97
Concern grows for vanished school pals. 199
Country crafts on show at fair. 92
County side need two wins to avoid drop; NETBALL. Abell, Sally 126
Craig sings for supper! Hambridge, Karen 263
Decision day for cars boss. 100
Delight as city show is close to a sell-out. 311
Dion bounces back to boost Villa hopes. 382
Donor adds [pound]500 to reward to catch killer. 299
Emanuele bids for Sunday special; BOXING. 231
Euro work deal brings cheer. 139
Exhibitions; COLOUR creations. 440
FAMILY LAW; Possibility of op not part of pay-out. 476
Feechan gets past big test. Wilkinson, John 332
Ferguson fears the Atkinson factor. 272
Fife Street pull off a hat-trick of victories; GAMES LEAGUE. 243
Finance the big worry for aged. 121
Firm is hit by [pound]20,000 theft. 147
Fishy mystery of CCS's disappearing tools; STRAIGHT TALKING. Dale, Paul 510
Fitness pair face a marathon test. 93
Folk; Laughs are the secret of success. Willow, Pete 305
France wary of triple challenge. Baldock, Andrew 541
Fuel is top of drivers' fantasy list. 141
Gardner back but Boro may axe O'Connor. 237
Giles sets sights on World Cup squad spot. Field, David 650
Girl, aged four, in horror crash. 198
Girls build bridges to workplace. 100
Gordon backs England hopefuls. 144
Gough scare as England tumble. Field, David 407
GRAHAM'S ONE OF THE GREATEST; The leukaemia victim who's always smiling. Summers, Kathryn 384
Green looks ready to go. Allen, Paul 203
Greenbacks chance to reach the top half. 257
Groups link up for their studio debut. 126
Guides pass on city's secrets; HISTORICAL CHARACTERS BRING PAST UP TO DATE. Hopker, Antony 229
Ha ha havin a raucous laugh; VLADIMIAR McTAVISH, IAN MOORE AND NOEL JAMES THE CAMPBELL, FEBRUARY 1. Slack, Kathy 413
Health drive to target under-65s; COUNTY AUTHORITY UNVEILS PROGRAMME TO CUT DEATH RATE. Johnson, Steve 240
Helena's happy task. 96
Highway decide to go through with Sphinx tie. Horsfall, Phil 283
Hold-ups expected as roadworks begin. 275
Honour for crew in pool rescue; ROAD CRASH TEAM AMONG THOSE PRAISED FOR PROFESSIONALISM. Summers, Kathryn 304
Housing expert welcomes rate cut. 141
Humbers go on view. 189
Husky in harness with US company. 87
I cannot believe Whelan didn't get picked!; THE SKY TV PRESENTER AND SKY BLUES FAN TALKING FOOTBALL. KEYS, Richard 520
In The Courts; Sentenced for deception. 362
It's a jungle out there for patients. 88
Jazz; WIND of change. Caldwell, Bob 406
Jewels shop closes; EIGHT STAFF SHOCKED AS THEIR JOBS GO. Hopker, Antony 212
JIM IS FIXED NICELY, THANKS; Former Sky Blues midfielder happy to be a bobby on the beat in Radford. Turner, Andy 1302
Jobs hope for superstadium. Hart, Nigel 231
JOEY IS FACING THE AXE; Boro boss may rest O'Connor. Brown, Derek 266
JONGLEURS COMEDY NIGHT BELGRADE THEATRE, JANUARY 29. Crutchlow, Dayle 582
JORDAN HEIR'S STRATFORD LINKS; Prince's secretary mum who married a king. Ewing, Richard 367
Jordan king flies home to die. 199
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK, SKY BLUES. 407
Kelly's eye's in for new sporty role. 104
Knight revival. 168
Knitwear factory for M&S to close. 131
Konjic gets the all-clear. 166
Land search for rescued ponies. 130
Laura launches concert treats. 118
LEAF encounter. Wood, Michael 484
Listed building set to be saved; HEALTH GROUP ALTERS PLAN FOR HOME TO INCORPORATE OLD FOUNDRY. Parrish, Rachel 264
Longest day for the Nuns pilgrims. 354
Making up for lost time. Wilkinson, John 541
Manor Park club given new kit box. 84
Meet Amy, our brave Custard Kid; Award for the tot who can only eat sweet treat after heart op as baby. 900
MEET THE BRAVEST KIDS IN THE CITY. Summers, Kathryn 181
Midwives get vital equipment; STORE'S CASH HELPS WITH HOME BIRTHS. Parrish, Rachel 202
Mitsubishi's star turn. 137
MONEY WATCH; What can I do when a PEP fails to live up to expectations? Ltd, BRYAN FISHER Of Berkeley Financial Planning 576
New council system is `no soft option'. Scott, Fiona 208
New image for town aid agency; CHRISTIAN OUTREACH CHANGES NAME AND DROPS CHARITY STATUS. Ewing, Richard 233
New panto role for Lorna. 113
NEWS DIGEST; Car veers into field. 128
NEWS DIGEST; Girl, 12, hurt in cycle accident. 180
NEWS DIGEST; Ulrika fan kills himself in car. 217
Nightclub bid clears hurdle; Neighbours' fears fail to halt plan for ex-cinema. Mackenzie, Jenny 225
Nudist night a treat for press. 219
Nursery school praised in report. 152
Old pub to get a new look. 149
Open cast mine plan looks doomed; ENVIRONMENTAL HARM OUTWEIGHS PROMISE OF MORE JOBS, SAY OFFICERS. Punshon, Andrew 208
Optimism over economic future. 99
Pageant set to score in style at Catterick. 506
Pay rises agreed. 86
Peace meeting in row over play area. 167
Petition fight on Iraq aid. 175
Porn pictures go up in smoke. Hopker, Antony 195
Pupils on trail of the big story. 107
Rape suspects on police list. Ray, Emma 280
Recruits from abroad not best solution. 112
Relief over kidnap prison terms. 146
Right on time for a bus journey. 133
Rock; Live and direct from COVENTRY. Poole, Alan 1100
Salesmen target flooding victims; WATCHDOG SAYS HOUSEHOLDERS COULD BE MISLED BY CALLERS. Ewing, Richard 243
Schools do better in Ireland. 195
Shop assistant in raid terror. 142
Sounds great at Surreal night; SURREAL - THE ART OF NOISE THE COLOSSEUM, JANUARY 30. Watson, Randy 195
Staging a test for students. 99
Student duo go west, of course! 123
Students chasing national glory. 120
Students in a spin with RAW success. 85
SUCCESSOPHOBIA WARWICK ARTS CENTRE, JANUARY 29. Losowsky, Andrew 346
Support staff trained to combat NHS nurse crisis. Hall, Paula 231
Targets smashed at Niall Bailey. 89
TEABREAK TEASERS. 149
Teenager robbed in alleyway terror. 125
Thanks for the thought! 149
The car Rover had to make; FIRM IS PINNING ITS HOPES ON NEW 75 MODEL WHICH GOES ON SALE IN JUNE. Smith, Stewart 623
The rev's idol on cafe wall; BAPTIST MINISTER TAKES MARILYN BACK TO BUS STOP. Pring, John 260
Three `ruffs' for new sponsor. 217
Tim may start on bench. 170
TO THE GROUND. Crutchlow, Dayle 527
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 371
Tots get the tills ringing. 121
Trios and duos are in big demand. Stuart, Frances 185
US duo are the key for Crus. Taylor, Ernest 322
Video; A Fiennes MESS! 865
VS must beat Racing in derby. Horsfall, Phil 511
Webb Ellis statue is a winner. 120
Woman aged 81 in fire drama. 115
Workers' fury at tools amnesty. Scott, Fiona 245
YOUR VIEWS EXTRA; Real City fans' treatment was a disgrace. 1053
YOUR VIEWS; Grandiose scheme is recipe for disruption. 932
Zoe narrows radio gap. 96

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