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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 15, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
`Have your say' chance for residents. 248
A Welsh slant on Scotland! Wood, Michael 125
Action replay of war to aid charity. 207
Advice on going Dutch. 166
All fired up; `We don't want jobs lost and lives put in danger'. Harris, Allan 493
Big Top stars honoured. 89
Billiards champion dies. 204
Blood shortage eases but donors still needed; HOTLINE MIX-UP BLAMED AS VOLUNTEER IS TOLD TO WAIT UNTIL NEXT MONTH. Hopker, Antony 311
Books; The art of CHANGE. 949
Boycott faces jail threat. 162
Burglary blamed for heart attack death; PENSIONER DIES AFTER FINDING HIS BEDROOM RANSACKED BY RAIDERS. Mackenzie, Jenny 373
Burgled OAP in tragedy. 97
Business link. 107
Can St George slay the MILLENNIUM BUG?; THE MAN CALLED IN TO VANQUISH THE MODERN-DAY FOE WHICH THREATENS TO BRING THE WORLD TO A STANDSTILL IN THE YEAR 2000. Dale, Paul 1225
Captain is a `physical wreck'. 109
Car park closes. 114
Centenary facelift for charity hall; GRANT IS FOURTH TIME LUCKY FOR VILLAGE GROUP. Hart, Nigel 242
Chance remark led to Konjic deal. Turner, Andy 256
Charities' plea to hit hospice funds. Ewing, Richard 210
City right to make defence the top priority; THE SKY TV PRESENTER AND SKY BLUES FAN TALKING FOOTBALL. KEYS, Richard 578
City seeks a leading role from film crews; CIVIL WAR PRODUCTION COULD BE REHEARSAL FOR BLOCKBUSTERS TO COME. Summers, Kathryn 329
Classical; Four Coull dates by a winning QUARTET. Mackenzie, Jenny 323
Cleaver aces on course to land Division Three title; NUNEATON SPORT: THE BEST ROUND-UP OF THE LOCAL ACTION. 163
Club opens doors to more ravers. 177
COMMENT; A step forward for shopping on a Sunday. 209
Conker pledge as tree is finally axed; Youngster persuades council to replace horse chestnut. Mackenzie, Jenny 289
Cov eager to get back into action. Wilkinson, John 716
Crus look to continue good run; BASKETBALL. Taylor, Ernest 158
Davies steps up for Lions. 223
DAZ'LL RAZZLE CHELSEA - SNOZ; Former Sky Blues manager and Chelsea player John; Sillett is hedging his bets. 574
Deal offer to runaway foster parents. 128
Deal saves Arnold Lodge; SALE SHOCK FOR PARENTS OF EMSCOTE LAWN BUT ... Wilde, James 232
Deathly Brad is the Pitts. Wood, Michael 352
Delays after M6 crash. 107
Denise set to talk turkey for charity event. 141
Do you know this man? 80
Dons grab Pounds 7.5m Hartson. 194
Driver banned and put behind bars. 198
Drunken joyride ended in crash. 246
End to Sunday parking fees; CHARGE WAIVED TO ENTICE DRIVERS TO CITY CENTRE. Hargarve, Paul 268
England on the rack in Melbourne. Field, David 573
Ex-patient cleared of arson, but guilty of affray. 277
Exhibitions; Every PICTURE tells a STORY. Bell, Lucy 625
Fall in death crash flights. 85
Family bust-up fears well founded. 146
FAMILY LAW; Can I claim for car crash on icy road? 546
Farmers may set up stalls. 84
Fewer calls made to RAC. 118
Final exit for BBC comedy star. 84
Finale for musician and his princess. 111
Flu helps account for 3,000 deaths. 145
Folk; TOASTING a plum job steeped in history. Willow, Pete 315
Get in line for some WINNING formulas. Stuart, Frances 283
Gift strikes right note. 237
Go for it Knitters, urges Thomas. Ray, Emma 338
Good news despite epilepsy diagnosis; NOW YOUNG THOMAS CAN HAVE HELP FOR HIS SIX-YEAR MYSTERY AILMENT. Kukuruzovic, Simon 334
GREATEST HISTORY LESSON EVER; Huge millennium project to bring city's past to life. 193
Grip may be loosening. 95
Hats off to site's new jobs. 102
HEAD-TO-HEAD; Zola v Huckerby. 391
Help for others on the cards. 115
Holiday caravan is charity's dream. 181
Holiday makers warned over getting insured. 89
Holly is raring to go against Istabraq. Carr, David 404
Home in on way of helping birds. 128
Hospital chaplains' invitation; `COME AND TELL US WHAT YOU WANT FROM US' PLEA. Hall, Paula 268
I'm no longer haunted by LOU BEALE; Former EastEnder Anna Wing has finally shaken off the ghost of her most famous TV role. McMULLEN, MARION 791
It's a Real test for Celibate. 422
It's D-day for Tel; Football. 94
Jazz; STORMING Norma. Caldwell, Bob 346
Jerry files for divorce from Mick. 182
Joan's 30 years of giving helps to save 300 lives. 178
Joke jibe at Gulf illness report. Mackenzie, Jenny 210
K Club get the Ryder Cup nod. 245
KIWOMYA JOINS BORO. Brown, Derek 432
Lack of gas keeps children off school again. 216
Lila's last wish granted. 106
Lions' lifeline to charities. 111
London rivals in the groove. 206
Man fined for corpse ride. 105
Man forced to hand over cashpoint machine cash. 116
Man kicked cab door in tiff. 136
Man, 23 on police assault charge; IN THE COURTS. 657
MARKED MAN; Strachan asks ref to give Huckerby some protection. Turner, Andy 459
Medical school bid to go ahead; CITY HEALTH BOSSES TO SEEK FUNDING FOR SCHEME WITH UNIVERSITIES. Hall, Paula 287
Microscopes gift eases the task of screening. 183
Minister hits at planning delays. 198
MUNG THE GOLDEN CROSS, January 11. Losowski, Andrew 217
MUSIC shorts. 354
New find prompts mass CJD screening. Radowitz, John von 313
New Xantia diesel's quiet revolution. 504
New-look plan for precinct sparks anger. 299
NEWS DIGEST; Cyclist attacked. 219
NEWS DIGEST; Police reclaim eco-protest site. 227
NEWS DIGEST; Thieves take computers. 218
None. 100
Now Green has eyes on Oulds Cup success. 153
OAP dies after raid. 106
OAP hit by handbag thief. 119
Oklahoma! in leading role for awards list. 127
On course for carrots. 111
ON THIS DAY. 104
OPPOSITION VIEW; Huckerby is threat to Chelsea's record. 342
Our city's PAST PRESENT & FUTURE. Goulden, Barbara 1276
Our heritage would fare a lot better in America; STRAIGHT TALKING. Dale, Paul 501
Pair get green light for fitness studio. Williams, Alison 181
Parents urged to lead in education. 197
PARK'S BEAUTY TO BE RESTORED; `Eyesores' at Stoneleigh face bulldozer. Wilde, James 267
Party nightspot in police probe. 118
Passengers to get better bus service; COUNCILS AND OPERATOR TO WORK TOGETHER ON RANGE OF IMPROVEMENTS. Parrish, Rachel 187
PAYOUT EASES WARDS CRISIS. Kukuruzovic, Simon 299
Plan for power station. 88
Point-to-point cashes in on leap in popularity. Draper, Roger 243
Police chief in talks to ease cash squeeze; MP SAYS ANY INCREASE IN COUNCIL TAX BURDEN MUST BE AFFORDABLE. Wilde, James 279
Popular Kate dies, aged 104. 181
Pounds 25,000 tag on young star; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 184
Pounds 7.5m Hartson's blaze of glory. 108
Precinct triggers store wars. 179
Prizes plea to get pupils into the reading habit. 91
Project wins funds. 126
Pupils at home for third day. 88
Pupils map out the future; SCHOOL TAKES A THREE-DIMENSIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON TOWN PLANNING. Punshon, Andrew 281
Quarry helps to reveal the past. Parrish, Rachel 215
Radio lovers band together; NEW CITY CHARITY OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED WITH HELP OF LOTTERY GRANT. Pring, John 259
Raid shock as new term starts. 211
Rail service gripes soar; WATCHDOG REPORTS 500pc INCREASE. Hart, Nigel 319
Renamed walk group is aiming high again. 216
Reprieve for bus lane row traders; Parking to be allowed at night. Scott, Fiona 286
Santa's here - just a bit late. 106
Search for a star of the age of swing; Musician wants help to trace ancestor's story. Hutson, Andrew 277
Serious case of the BLUES. Cain, Tara 357
Shopping for the bare essentials. 108
Something to about. Poole, Alan 277
ST CROSS WINS BACK SURGERY; Inpatient cases return to hospital. Hall, Paula 280
Staff learn language of ownership. 117
Style from the past. 160
Survivors remember. 121
TEABREAK TEASERS. 154
Test find prompts mass CJD screening. Hall, Paula 294
TESTING TESTING; SOUP - DEMO REVIEW. Crutchlow, Dayle 221
The beef about burgers and beer; WHY THERE'S BEEN A LUKEWARM RESPONSE TO REPORTS OF 10,000 NEW JOBS IN FAST FOOD AND BREWING. Writer, PAUL DALE Chief Feature 742
The cut 'n' shut death traps. Smith, Stewart 294
THE SUNDAZE SOCIETY THE SOZZLED SAUSAGE, LEAMINGTON January 10. Slack, Kathy 217
The way ahead. 202
TO THE GROUND. Crutchlow, Dayle 390
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 314
Top college places for super students. 138
Treasure hunters welcome. 82
Tribute to snow death victim. 267
Trio return for Valley. 178
Unique link with our past; LISTED BUILDING'S 600-YEAR HISTORY SPANS CLOTH TO CARS. Hopker, Antony 253
Vanessa losing out at double. 149
Victims who are playing with fire; EVEN A BLAZE NOT ENOUGH INCENTIVE TO BUY A SMOKE ALARM. Hopker, Antony 253
Villa's trophy carrot. 150
Violent shaking to blame, jury is told; MEDICAL EXPERT WHO EXAMINED BABY PINPOINTS INJURY CAUSE. Mackenzie, Jenny 258
Way with waste heat wins award. 115
Webbo moves up to third. 204
WEIRD as well as wonderful. Losowski, Andrew 466
What's happened to the city I loved?; YOUR VIEWS. 748
Will touches down for Town's Trail; Carling joins stars of the game. Tolfts, Lisa 425
Williams is Sky Blues top man; STATISTICS REVEAL CITY PLAYER OF SEASON SO FAR. Madill, Rob 347
Woolmer plays down England job rumours. 140
Wray is hat-trick heroine; Football. 95
XPOSURE and THE DIESELS CHICAGO ROCK CAFE, NUNEATON, January 13. 267
Your memories of 40 miles of M1 misery. 137

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