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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 22, 1999)

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999 services get together. 222
A memorable evening with Norma; NORMA WINSTONE with JOHN DONALDSON TRIO WARWICK ARTS CENTRE, JANUARY 19. 207
A WORLD in action. McMULLEN, MARION 543
Airbag inquiry after tot is killed; Tragedy prompts child seat warning. Smith, Stewart 197
Aldi veto overturned on appeal; DoE CLEARS WAY FOR NEW STORE IN CITY. Hargrave, Paul 338
All-day fibre in aid of a good cause. 148
Anker are sunk by Boot power. 199
Arrests women failed to foresee. 98
Award first for nursery. 132
Baby, aged 62, lights up bizarre show. 179
Baker Boys are ab fab. Stuart, Frances 230
BATTLE OF THE H-BOMBERS; Heskey and Huckerby hold key to Cup clash says Kevin MacDonald. Turner, Andy 1102
Beef-on-bone ban must stay says report. 140
Best out to get better of old side. 223
BEWITCHED; Cinema. Wood, Michael 405
Bid for more road gritting defeated; CASTING VOTE OF CHAIRMAN STOPS HOPES OF MAKING ROADS SAFER. Scott, Fiona 288
Big-time boxing back in Coventry. Wilkinson, John 292
Bill's winning way with words. 90
Black returns for tricky United trip. Ray, Emma 306
BLONDIE ambition. Poole, Alan 256
Books; Haunting of Virginia WOOLF. 1123
BORO'S BIG INCENTIVE; Leaders can extend lead against Salisbury as closest rivals clash. Brown, Derek 348
Bradbury points the way. 168
Bus driver recovering. 80
BUS ROWDIES LANDED ME IN A CELL; Man held for trying to tell off boy. Dale, Paul 282
Camp Hill face stiff test of credentials. 122
Carter misses out as Nuns face crucial test. 442
Cashier in pounds 2,000 gunpoint raid terror. Barratt, Claire 241
Challenger is ready to tackle the British mud. 139
Charities get boost from guild. 94
Charities get the cold shoulder. 173
Cheese for teeth's sake. 115
Children injured in drink-drive car crash; DAD WAS THREE TIMES OVER LIMIT. Hambridge, Karen 272
Classy Tiutchev to hit back. Eccles, Steve Smith 491
Collector in appeal for name-plates; BID TO KEEP RELICS OF INDUSTRIAL GIANTS. Hutson, Andrew 301
Collymore is put on Stan-by for Villa. 137
COMMENT; The questions that will worry every parent. 234
Crash driver still in hospital. 94
Crusaders looking to torment the Devils; BASKETBALL. Taylor, Ernest 308
Cup showdown for Cope's rusty Blades; But long break means injury list has cleared. Brown, Derek 367
Dash to help wildlife. 123
David is poised to offer his help. 136
Delays could put plans for superhospital in jeopardy; STRAIGHT TALKING. Dale, Paul 511
Don't take passion out of our wonderful game; THE SKY TV PRESENTER AND SKY BLUES FAN TALKING FOOTBALL. KEYS, Richard 551
Double burner hope for firm; Advice heralds turnover boost. Smith, Stewart 208
DR MARTENS NEWS. 175
Driving the new Polo is no picnic; A NOISY ENGINE, UNPLEASANT COLOUR AND UNCOMFORTABLE SEAT - BUT LOTS OF SPACE AND GREAT FUEL CONSUMPTION. Smith, Stewart 394
Drunk man waved `gun' at city club; DETENTION FOR 20-YEAR-OLD FATHER. Taylor, Ernest 261
Els hits back over Faldo's prediction. Garrod, Mark 456
Eves rejects talk of return to Bristol. 111
Exhibitions; City first for fabulous; SILVER. Bell, Lucy 581
FAMILY LAW; I'm worried that break-up could lose me my home. 738
Fears grow over Guineas favourite. Robson, Michael 375
Fellowship with target of 40,000. 193
Fireman keeps home dry. 149
Flats residents show their pride and promise to dig in. 248
Flood warning promises on test. 278
Flooring company staff walk tall after accolade. 146
Former sailor buried at sea. 168
Four hurt in road smash. 101
Four men killed as aircraft collide. 231
Fully-fit VS aim to upset big-spenders. Wilson, Michelle 177
Fury as axe falls on stable block; GOVERNMENT BACKS COUNCIL DECISION TO DESTROY BUILDING IN GREEN BELT. Mackenzie, Jenny 268
Gift of thanks to town charity. 96
Go ahead for super stadium; GOVERNMENT ALL CLEAR FOR pounds 135 MILLION SCHEME TO CREATE DREAM HOME FOR SKY BLUES ON GAS WORKS SITE. Scott, Fiona 1575
Henman pays for `blunder' TENNIS. 215
Heralding new era of prosperity ...; Experts believe 5,000 jobs could be created. Writer, PAUL DALE Chief Feature 912
Hopes fade for missing pair; Come home plea from pop heroes. 405
Hoping to put crime on the run. 94
Hospice quids in thanks to firm's 50th. 81
HUGE SHAKE-UP FOR POLICE. Wilde, James 211
HUGE SHAKE-UP IN POLICE. Parrish, Rachel 266
IN THE COURTS; Probation for banned driver. 453
Irvine out for Racing. 126
Jeremy leaves Top Gear driving seat. 123
Jobs fears at city power firm. 172
Jury retires in baby harm trial. 118
Landlord fights pub `tie' system. 217
LEARN to be a scholar. Kerrigan, Joe 190
Leg-up offered to young jobless; `Join our team' invitation. Harris, Alan 260
Lions put on Big Band sound. 183
Man tells jury of kidnap ordeal. 328
Man who bit police officer is fined. 140
Man, 34, jailed for sex attack on OAP. Taylor, Ernest 300
MEETING with style. Willow, Pete 317
Memories room plan for elderly; pounds 365,000 REVAMP AT CARE HOME FOR DEAF AND BLIND. Brankin, Samantha 266
Men are harder on brakes. 94
Mental clinic order on arson attack man. 331
MEP shows faith in centre for refugees; SIX EMPTY HOMES TO BE TURNED INTO PEACE HOUSE. Mackenzie, Jenny 333
Miners to learn terms of compensation. 200
Modern drains on your car battery; NEW DEVICES COULD CAUSE DRIVERS TO RUN OUT OF POWER. Smith, Stewart 214
Music SHORTS. 350
Nature lovers urged to dig in. 93
New boy Hobbs feels at home already. 315
New homes emerge as sticking point; DRAFT PLAN DIVIDES OBJECTORS INTO TWO CAMPS. Goulden, Barbara 283
New rules for heads over absent pupils; SCHOOLS ORDERED TO TELL PARENTS AS SOON AS CHILDREN FAIL TO TURN UP. Forster, Mark 455
Newcomer to join the busy 4x4 marketplace. 149
NEWS DIGEST; Blaze hits rush hour traffic. 235
NEWS DIGEST; Dog rescued from river. 156
Now we're cooking; CLUB MIRAGE, LEAMINGTON, EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT. Brabbs, Cordelia 254
Oh boy, Danny; STEEL BREEZE and GDANSK, CHICAGO ROCK CAFE, NUNEATON. Crutchlow, Dayle 216
On campaign trail. 111
ON SONG for the opera. MacKenzie, Jenny 593
On the right path. 85
ON THIS DAY. 84
Organic veg - delivered to the door. 121
Our year in the lap of luxury; 12 MONTHS AFTER WINNING A COMPETITION OF A LIFETIME, THE SEEDHOUSE FAMILY ARE STILL ENJOYING THEIR FABULOUS PRIZES. ARGUMENT, Feature Writer BARBARA 635
Parents' joy as little girls are found safe. Forster, Mark 299
PC guilty of sex offences. 159
Pedal power to aid charity. 227
Phillips lays down the law to Borough. Brown, Derek 178
Phoenix is so special. 97
Pioneering schoolteacher dies of stroke, aged 98. 153
Plea over relic of school. 178
Police hunt for funds. 207
Police on trail of armed robbers. Hopker, Antony 561
pounds 80,000 out of pocket; TAXI BOSS CLAIMS CONFLICTING ADVICE FROM COUNCIL. Wilde, James 445
Project raises hope for young homeless; LOTTERY FUNDING PROVIDES NEW IMPETUS TO HELP TEENAGERS ON STREETS. Evans, Steve 334
QUENCH, WARWICK UNIVERSITY, JANUARY 9. 269
Rail travel penalties stop the fare dodgers. 184
Razor attack inmate wins right to sue jail. 177
Recruitment drive by TA unit. 209
Remembering the GENTLE GIANT of the clarinet. Caldwell, Bob 301
Rescued buzzard back in the wild. 131
Robbery hunt plea at station; PASSENGERS QUIZZED BY POLICE IN SEARCH FOR TWO ATTACKERS. Williams, Alison 221
Rush to give blood after press appeal. 154
Salvesen slickers! 157
School sale wrong says MP. 246
Skips offer as rubbish piles up; Bins mess blamed on faulty gates. Hopker, Antony 284
Sky Blues in college link; BUDDING SOCCER STARS BEGIN CLASSES TO KICK OFF SCHEME. Forster, Mark 288
SPORT DIGEST. 273
SPORT DIGEST; Dublin to see specialist. 298
Spotlight on superhospital. 92
STATE DESTINATION, GOLDEN CROSS, JANUARY 18. Losowski, Andrew 293
Students go shopping for a career. 94
Students split over ideas for fashion. 134
Survey call for lorries `rat run' FAMILIES FED UP WITH TRAFFIC. Hopker, Antony 267
Taking to a stage near you. 216
TAMING CITY'S YOUNG BUS ROWDIES; Cleaning up our buses - the great debate. Dale, Paul; Interviewers, ALISON McCONKEY 1569
TEABREAK TEASERS. 142
Ten appear in court over brawl. 142
TESTING TESTING. Crutchlow, Dayle 320
THANK 206, it's Friday overtime!; BOOM TIMES RETURN AT RYTON WITH THE SUCCESS OF THE NEW SUPER-MINI. Industry, ALISON WILLIAMS 332
The huge cost of neglect. 167
The ODD couples! Cain, Tara 757
THEY'RE SAFE; Lisa and Charlene found: man held. Richardson, Alex 280
Thomas: Forget Yeovil. 176
Thrilling life and tragic death of a BOY RACER. Poole, Alan 898
Time ticks away for millennium clock cash; PARISH WORKS ON TO PAY FOR REPAIRS. Ray, Emma 264
TO THE GROUND. Crutchlow, Dayle 452
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 334
Toy mikes recalled by store. 110
United face going bust over tax bill. Brown, Derek 334
Used car sales on slide. 85
Watchdog verdict on hospital plan. 164
Watchdog's warning on hospital plan; DELAY WILL PUT SCHEME AT RISK SAY BOSSES. Hall, Paula 297
Watkins switch a boost for Cov. Wilkinson, John 670
WE CAN BEAT ANYONE; Strachan rallying call ahead of Cup clash. Turner, Andy 599
We've got a dome of our own! 135
What future for this piece of history? Taylor, Ernest 264
YOUR VIEWS; Why we must not lower our ring road. 652

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