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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 7, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
`Christmas' continues for school. 119
`Walk off the pounds'. 84
2000 ... and police gear up for trouble. 302
4x4 sales conquer all terrain. Williams, Alison 214
A little help for exports to roll round the world. 170
Action for safer A45 junction; DESIGN WORK STARTS FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO NOTORIOUS BOTTLENECK. Hargrave, Paul 273
All-clear leaves Ramon inspired!; PROVOST SAYS HE IS NOW SATISFIED WITH SAFETY OF DAREDEVIL MILLENNIUM STUNT. Goulden, Barbara 414
Anti-racist plan set for launch. 142
Bank helps drug project keep rolling. 150
Barney challenges Taylor as best in world; DARTS. 292
Bid for fewer homes at stadium. 149
Blair seals Pounds 90m South Africa deal. 145
Boffins in South Africa link-up. Hopker, Anthony 269
Boy thief's cruel hug. 190
Bugsy Ready For Battle; City defender ready to tackle Forest's fire. Turner, Andy 470
Bus shelter ads campaign in vain. Harris, Alan 278
Caravan appeal to help lone parents; NUNEATON CHARITY LAUNCHES FUND RAISER TO BUY HOLIDAY HOME. Barratt, Claire 337
Charm can be lucky. Hayler, William 223
Church defends change. 194
City target Burchill's message to Celtic. 131
Clerk in Pounds 5,000 bank fraud trial. Mackenzie, Jenny 272
Comic Simon offers cure for ennui. 107
COMMENT; We must bring harmony to our city's streets. 212
Company faces safety charges. 167
Conker tree faces being hit for six; COUNCIL AGREES HORSE CHESTNUT SHOULD COME DOWN AFTER DECAY FOUND. Mackenzie, Jenny 254
Council to pay Pounds 6m for move to new HQ. 133
Cowgirl day tops Pounds 1,000. 108
Cream of a joke for Noel. 99
Designer back in UK. 146
Distress at boggy state of cemetery; FAMILY SAY SITE IS BEING SPOILED BY CONTRACTORS WORKING ON ADJACENT BUILDING. Summers, Kathryn 290
Donald returns for Warwicks. 105
Down-to-earth teachers. 137
Duracell bunny fetches Pounds 100 for charity. 126
England unmoved. 198
Fans can cheer us to title; Phillips in call to 'Barmy Army'. Brown, Derek 431
Fever PITCH; THE CONTROVERSIAL BOOK THAT LAMBASTS THE SKY BLUES AND THE CLUB'S HOME GROUND. McConkey, Alison 806
Fewer drink-drivers in holiday crashes. 196
FIFA is set to probe cashfor-votes deal; Football: Scandal could affect England's 2006 World Cup bid. Bradley, Mark 405
Fighting crime is what really pays; FEAR OF BURGLARY AND VIOLENCE HAS GIVEN COVENTRY A POOR REPUTATION BUT THE POLICE SAY IT IS GETTING SAFER AND SAFER. 1129
Filthy look turn-off to travellers. Taylor, Ernest 232
Finding ways to feel good. 162
Five Bees stars in world's elite 20; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 257
FLOOD COVER COST SHOCK; Victims may share Pounds 1m bill. Wilde, James 263
George the thirst!; BIRTHDAY CHEERS TO THE MAN WHO'S BEEN A REGULAR FOR 85 LONG YEARS. Hopker, Antony 415
Goulden takes Kings to an ace victory; Spotlight on Nuneaton and Bedworth minor league. 378
Harriers romp to success in league opener; Athletics. 418
Holiday flight delays drop. 139
Holiday was mildest for decade. 160
Hospital schemes to beat that bug. 251
Hotel fined for unhygienic food; COURT HEARS INSPECTORS FOUND DIRTY KITCHEN AND ROTTING VEGETABLES. Ewing, Richard 251
Hotel smoke sparks ire for guests. 123
House fire: Son is charged with arson. 82
Hunt for attacker with bite mark. 204
Illicit viewers caught. 82
Immigrant stole bottle of whisky; ALBANIAN ADMITS SHOPLIFTING SOON AFTER ENTERING COUNTRY. Hart, Nigel 270
IN THE COURTS; Attacker banned from pub. 336
Indecency trial. 246
Interest rates go down again. 117
It's close in men's title race; BADMINTON. 97
Jewellery stolen in break-in. 128
Keeping watch on woodland; PLAN TO PATROL REMNANTS OF ANCIENT FOREST. Hargrave, Paul 263
Last chance to bin knives in city. 121
LEAP OF JOY FOR JAGUAR; Sales at home and overseas soar to record levels. Goulden, Barbara 332
Liz's epic effort in memory of dad; MUM-OF-TWO WILL RUN LONDON MARATHON TO RAISE FUNDS FOR CANCER CHARITY. Barratt, Claire 434
Man may sue over wife's death after op; MISADVENTURE VERDICT RECORDED ON WOMAN WHO DIED AFTER ROUTINE SURGERY. Ray, Emma 361
Man, 23 cleared of glass attack. 138
Measuring up to tree challenge. 120
Millennium bikes deal. 126
More pupils put studies first. Forster, Mark 296
Mouland refusing to accept easy life; Golf. Draper, Roger 793
Music night to aid charity. 141
New year is time for financial check; MONEY WATCH. Fisher, Bryan 793
NEWS DIGEST; Five caught at store. 156
NEWS DIGEST; JPs issue warrant. 220
NEWS DIGEST; Microwave goes in raid. 121
NEWS DIGEST; Three die in birthday tragedy. 180
NEWS DIGEST; Three die in house blaze. 203
Nuneaton star Ian gives the Adders short shrift; HOCKEY. Wilson, Michelle 348
Olner is doubt. 81
ON THIS DAY. 104
Pair's bid to save the turtle. 169
Park pitches matches are called off. 124
Party not to forget for over-50s. 106
PC cleared of faking signature. Pring, John 298
Pedigree Ella stolen from garden. 180
People's voice in NHS welcomed; NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE WANTS HELP TO IMPROVE SERVICES. Hall, Paula 348
Peugeot record-breakers. 473
Pit site appeal. 110
Plan for marsh's colliery past; MEMORIES WANTED TO MARK NATURE RESERVE'S HISTORY. Chilton, Steve 171
Plea for cut in interest rates. 105
Police bid to stamp cycles. 138
Police cue to be especially good. 149
Police in plea to `good Samaritan' CRIMEBEAT. 665
Pounds 3,000 relief goes to anxiety group; CHARITY TO USE CASH TO UPDATE ANTIQUATED COMPUTER SYSTEM. Summers, Kathryn 337
Professionals to oversee safe havens for kids; ANGLING. Armstrong, : Pat 995
RECORD BREAKERS; Peugeot and Jaguar celebrate their best-ever sales figures. Smith, Stewart 302
Rover Curly set to return. 159
Rush to learn way to college; One day and phone line is `red hot'. Barratt, Claire 250
Ryton workers steer firm to record. 243
Safety work is to start soon at junction. Hargrave, Paul 286
Schools may lose long summer holiday. Miles, Tim 257
Setting the body clock. 114
Shoplifter jailed for three months. 223
Should I worry about wedding?; The Evening Telegraph's agony aunt has some right royal advice for the bride-to-be. 699
Sniffers' gift for young patients. 123
Sophie, woman of letters; She has an independent streak and cares for others, says writing expert. McConkey, Alison 621
Sport Digest; Donald backs the bears. 206
SPORT DIGEST; Rebecca is the greenest shoot. 184
Sportstalk; Potential still there at City. 413
Stations provide platform for trade; Empty space put to use. Williams, Alison 253
Stewart is happy to take up a double role; CRICKET: ENGLAND ARE ALL SET FOR TRIANGULAR SERIES. Bates, David 252
Store's big sale is an advertising outrage; YOUR VIEWS. 627
Take it easy remedy for simple cold. Hall, Paula 285
Teabreak Teasers. 122
Teenage cyclists injured. 88
TEENY CROOKS ROB BLIND OAP; Schoolboy gang in callous con. Johnson, Steve 229
Terry's treat. 87
The day bar nearly ran out of beer!; On tour with the Barmy Army. Ashby, Kevin 738
Thornton misses French Holly ride; RACING: TODAY'S NEWS AND VIEWS. Eade, Paul 839
Toddler plan for estate. 89
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 313
Training at work is a big turn-off. Forster, Mark 313
TV show dishes up family's dream kitchen; LETTER TO PRODUCER ENDS IN Pounds 35,000 DESIGNER REFIT FOR PRICE OF A STAMP. Tolfts, Lisa 383
Victory in long battle for safer road; Work to start next month in Earlsdon. Hopker, Anthony 302
View from on high as repair work on landmark begins. 158
WE'RE TOP OF THE CLASS!; Towns' ex-pupils `best' at finding work. Forster, Mark 275
Where have all my flowers gone?; OLD SOLDIER DEVASTATED AFTER HOUSING ASSOCIATION RIPS UP HIS COLOURFUL HEDGE. Goulden, Barbara 296
Workers' vote damns bosses. Hargrave, Paul 302

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