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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 27, 1999)

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`Fall' theory on man's death; `Satisfied there is no crime'. Ewing, Richard 206
`Flat cap' robber's cut-out pulls in calls. 211
`There is a long, hard road ahead' HIGH PUPIL TURNOVER, POOR BUILDING DESIGN AND LACK OF CASH HAMPER SCHOOL. Forster, Mark 975
ACTION TO SAVE `FAILING' SCHOOL; Report hits at `high level of poor teaching'. Forster, Mark 334
Angry Johnson blasts back at cheat claim; RUGBY UNION. 252
Another day, another donor; TEAM MEMBERS ARE PAST MASTERS AT TURNING A CHURCH HALL INTO A MINI HOSPITAL WARD. Watson, Lucy 792
ANY QUESTIONS; Father's fond memories of T E Lawrence. Draper, Keith 511
Arts groups urged to prepare grant bids; MILLENNIUM FUND ROADSHOW IS CURTAIN-RAISER FOR YEAR-END CELEBRATIONS. Brankin, Samantha 271
Band trio sue over money. 153
Beef back in school. 123
Big chill switch on. 98
Birthday surprise for Ethel. 136
Boy in combat gear told to get into civvies. 199
Brake put on Rover tracks. Brankin, Samantha 237
Britons on terror charges in court today. 207
Bubbling VS are up for the challenge in Cup. 128
Burger chain out of Piglets. 155
Butchers trading on stamp of confidence. Williams, Alison 220
Cabbage to take the rap for Charity Cup bust-up. Horsfall, Phil 369
Call to make foster laws fairer. 248
Chest pains theory on crash victim. 227
Children inches from lorry peril; MUMS IN PROTEST AFTER NEAR-MISSES AT SCHOOL BUILDING SITE. Goulden, Barbara 323
Cleared of arson. 98
Complaints win BBC apology; HIT SHOW ACCUSED OF `INSULTING AND AGEIST' REMARKS. Hargrave, Paul 291
Conference welcome for princess. 253
Cork's position stronger says Barnett; CRICKET. 143
Cottee's praised by both sides; Sunderland 1 Leicester 2. Curtis, John 324
Council backs plan to honour Mowlam. Scott, Fiona 322
County `cheated' on Euro trains. 109
Death of cathedral artist. 98
Di Canio - friend or Foe? Bradley, Mark 247
Dome burgers and bagels. 129
Don't let Hamill go home. Berry, Mike 413
Drive to sign up more home carers. 148
Drivers spurn cut-price public transport idea. 212
Early spring on the farm. 120
Escort misses out on stars. 156
FA Cup tickets on sale Sunday. 226
Father denies secret fortune. 169
Fears for missing schoolgirl. 158
Firm in-form for 2001 delivery. 135
FOOTBALL DIGEST; Rovers agree Pounds 4m fee for McAteer. 286
Four views of heroism. 104
Fowler hopes Hoddle will notice his goals. 261
Fresher flush by summer. 86
Gardner may be back to face Bath; SOCCER. 315
Handbag snatch. 92
Have your say on crime. 105
History of towns at click of a button; ARCHIVES BRINGING PAST BACK TO LIFE TO BE STORED ON NEW COMPUTERS. Parrish, Rachel 308
HIV trust formed from merger; GROUP AIMS TO SHARE IDEAS, RAISE STANDARDS AND AVOID DUPLICATION. Hutson, Andrew 254
HOME SWEET HOME; SOME PEOPLE LIVE IN THE STRANGEST - BUT MOST WONDERFUL - OF BUILDINGS. McConkey, Alison 2123
Hotel plans to put guests on-line. 175
I DON'T ADAM AND EVE IT!; TV star helps out at amateur dramatics. McMULLEN, MARION 409
I'LL FIGHT THE FA ALL THE WAY; Sky Blues boss will prove innocence. Turner, Andy 332
Impressive Rea lands Midland crown. 345
IN THE COURTS; Driver banned and fined Pounds 400 for series of offences. 585
Jobless figure `to rise'. 110
Join us for our first birthday; ARTHRITIS SUPPORT GROUP AIMS TO CELEBRATE WITH MORE MEMBERS. Kukurozovic, Simon 235
Just Pounds 5,000 more to be `dream boys' CLUB RAISES Pounds 42,000 IN LESS THAN A YEAR FOR SPORTS HALL PROJECT. Hambridge, Karen 234
Keegan back in Toon for Beardsley's benefit; FOOTBALL. 406
Lancastrian Jet can fly to victory at Wincanton. 252
Leave public in no doubt. 185
Living in a box. But is it ART?; FASTING STUDENT EMERGES FROM LOCKED METAL CONTAINER AFTER TWO DAYS. Goulden, Barbara 321
Love child dad denies fortune. 227
Man jailed over arson attack. 313
Men committed for trial. 88
More footie if fields don't go to seed; PARKS BOSSES URGED TO SPEND EXTRA ON TURFING PITCHES TO GET THEM READY. Hambridge, Karen 271
Net closing in hunt for serial rapist; HUNDREDS OF NEW LEADS AFTER CRIMES ARE FEATURED ON TV PROGRAMME. Evans, Steve 536
NEW HOMES; An ideal solution. 297
NEWS DIGEST; Archbishop on sex charges. 258
NEWS DIGEST; BBC cuts 70 jobs in drama. 258
NEWS DIGEST; Burglar tried to con neighbour. 240
NEWS DIGEST; Hague calls for halt to releases. 243
NEWS DIGEST; Pole used in handbag theft. 157
NEWS DIGEST; Toddlers to get play area. 159
No justification for FA's Strachan charge; ON THE SKY BLUES SCENE. TURNER, Andy 957
ON THIS DAY. 150
Optimism for market. 179
Pair join law panel. 88
Parties rule out US-style mayor; TORY-LABOUR PLEDGE ON ELECTION PROCESS FOR CITY FIGUREHEAD. Scott, Fiona 195
Pig and Whistle on top as Ex-Service go down; NUNEATON SPORT: THE BEST ROUND-UP OF THE LOCAL ACTION. 575
Pipe close to his 100th winner of season; RACING: LATEST NEWS FROM AROUND THE COURSES. 342
Police make alarm call to shops under crime siege; STAFF AT RAID NEWSAGENTS AMONG THOSE ISSUED WITH PANIC ALERT. Hutson, Andrew 369
Poole first is Riga's latest scalp; VOLLEYBALL. 154
Pottertons are forced to find a new home; BOWLS. Oliver, Greg 312
Profit drop fears for more firms. 131
Quake death toll rises; 1,000 dead, 3,000 injured. 203
Quality award helps firm to fly high. 169
Rail firms fined after near miss on track. 200
RAIL FIRMS FINED FOR NEAR MISS. Wilde, James 355
Record fine for Society. 95
Regions `cheated' over Euro trains. 243
Retirement scheme just completed. 148
REVIEW; Urchins stage a treat. Brankin, Samantha 151
Robber cut-out prompts calls. 142
Ron's work is shining example. 120
School music gets funds boost. 163
Scots raise a glass to Burns the bard. 93
Second to one, that's Warwick. 236
Secret debate on new fire station. 147
Seles sets up Hingis clash in semi-finals. 158
Sex shop worker stabbed to death; FORMER COVENTRY MAN FOUND IN POOL OF BLOOD IN SEASIDE TOWN. Taylor, Ernest 289
Sky Blues save beer fans' tears; 21st ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL GOES AHEAD AT STADIUM. Forster, Mark 260
SPORT DIGEST; Windows shines. 302
STRACHAN TO FACE FA CHARGE; Sky Blues boss among six in trouble. Turner, Andy 275
Taylor aims for Crucible finale; SNOOKER. 334
TEABREAK TEASERS. 145
Three-month ban for swearing cricketers; CRICKET: COVENTRY LEAGUE PLAYERS WARNED THAT COUNTY IS READY TO CRACK DOWN. Horsfall, Phil 293
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 353
Top doctors `poised to quit' claim; CONSULTANTS THREATEN TO LEAVE IF THEY CAN'T GET THEIR WAY ON SUPERHOSPITAL. Hall, Paula 357
Town's Victorian past on screen. Parrish, Rachel 275
Trial of alleged Yemen terrorists adjourned. 200
Trust board told of risks of delay. 231
Turfing may end pitches delay. 180
Victory for gallant Knight; CYCLO-CROSS. 84
Walker faces anxious wait for drug D-Day; Moorcroft: It's a big crisis for our sport. 473
Waterside homes on show. 223
Welcome Leicester double cheers Jenny. Yates, David 566
Wembley dream for school. 115
Windmill slam Indoor Milan 6-1 to stay in touch with leaders Simpsons; LEISURE LEAGUE FIVE-A-SIDE FOOTBALL. 265
Woman attacked by garden prowler; SHED RAID BID TURNS INTO TERROR AS MAN GRABS 22-YEAR-OLD BY THROAT. Tolfts, Lisa 226
Young poets win praise. 156
Young readers prepare for book quiz showdown. 115
Youngsters have hot time in quiz. 112
YOUR VIEWS SPECIAL; Must we all suffer young bus rowdies? 1948
YOUR VIEWS; TV licence is such an unnecessary expense. 610
Zoe shows she's a wise owl. 136

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