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

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'Cov's got the lot' says new uni guide in U-turn; 'OFFENSIVE' REMARKS DROPPED. Cuthbertson, Hayley 286
'Disillusioned' children want away. 187
'Fresh air' bid ends in rooftop drama. 162
A towering figure in the community; Ex-builder honoured for his philanthropic work. 382
Addict jailed for theft of Kosovo gifts. 175
Aid bid to keep us on the move. 116
Aljabr wait can pay off; ROYAL ASCOT. 528
Asda's trolley good show. 102
Ashley GILES column; Muralitharan is a magical performer. GILES, Ashley 921
Award a real team effort; Football. Ray, Emma 222
Back the Telegraph and win. 111
Beanies to boost hospice. 87
Bid to net land for more soccer pitches. 235
Bluebell is udder magic! 96
Boost for exports; BUSINESS LINK. 105
BORO BEMUSED AT SELL-OUT RUMOUR; 'There are still plenty of season tickets left'. Ray, Emma 244
British nanny guilty of killing baby boy. Flanagan, Padraic 260
Broadhurst is lined up; Golf. 151
Brocklehurst triumph; Golf. 169
Call-up for carers. 194
Caribbean Carnival in bid for young talent; Group's eye on future of big event. Taylor, Ernest 267
Charge dropped if money is paid back. 244
Charity chief honoured for services to disabled people. 208
Charity concert hits right notes. 127
Chase for pounds 50,000 jackpot; ROYAL ASCOT. 150
Chess club in quest for youngsters; JUNIOR SECTION TO RESTART AFTER 16 YEARS THANKS TO ROTARY SCHEME. Kukuruzovic, Simon 229
Child safety targeted in campaign. 216
Children's chance to play guitar. 104
Clash for cash as the Civil War is refought. 194
Clubbing and flirting just aren't my scene; Ask Angela. 720
Coltart is ruled out of Open running; Golf. 177
Cop in line for Interpol posting. 159
County drive to recruit more foster parents. 229
Day the cathedral faced bankruptcy; AS FUND-RAISING SCHEME IS ANNOUNCED, PROVOST REVEALS EXTENT OF CASH PROBLEMS. Dale, Paul 702
Death crash trial. 82
Dickens arrives in style; Golf. 103
Disabled face red tape snag; CONTRACT TO CHOOSE CARERS SLAMMED AS 'LONG AND LEGALISTIC'. Wilson, Lucy 249
Double sporting challenge for young pupils. 138
Dramatic focus on refugees. 91
Dreaming of gardens. 113
Dunlop is in form for the festival; ROYAL ASCOT. Robson, Michael 561
Engineer calls up new customers; BUSIINESS LINK: DIRECT MARKETING TEAM BORROWS IDEAS FROM RETAILERS. Industry, ALISON WILLIAMS 269
Experts discuss home truths; BUSINESS LIFE. 109
Exporters urged to seize right Royal chance; BUSINESS LIFE. Williams, Alison 222
Festival aims to boost church coffers; PEWS MAKE WAY FOR FLORAL FUND-RAISING EVENT WITH A DIFFERENCE. Parrish, Rachel 365
Film role for 'Kevin'. 90
Girls rob OAPs in shops. 178
Giving young a chance to shine. 100
GOLF: AS MONTGOMERIE PLANS US OPEN ASSAULT, SECURITY FEARS GROW; Eight cops will guard Monty. Garrod, Mark 262
Graham just can't Waite!; MOTORSPORT. 84
GRASSROOTS: ANNIVERSARIES; Celebrating golden years together. 104
Grassroots: EX-SERVICE NOTES. 105
GRASSROOTS: link-up; A search for information on my distant family. 665
Group's fancy ideas. 86
Guide snubs local film and TV sets. 237
Hanging Tough; THE DARING ATHLETES WHO BRAVE EXTREME CONDITIONS IN THE NAME OF ADVENTURE. McMullen, Marion 866
Harris finds the link to success. 150
Help to improve health. 160
Henry BLOFELD column; Australia have psychological edge. BLOFELD, Henry 669
HOME FRONT; UNSUNG HEROES OF THE WAR; Muriel's song and tank routine. Dale, Paul 885
Hoping to meet the people. 81
Hubbard turns on great all-round peformance; NUNEATON SPORT: NEWS FROM THE CRICKET CLUBS. Harris, John 248
Ivanisevic aiming to break duck; TENNIS: COUNTDOWN TO WIMBLEDON 1999. 189
Jackie sows seeds of success. 103
JAIL FOR THEFT OF CHILDREN'S GIFTS. Kukuruzovic, Simon 350
JANA VOWS TO PLAY ON; Tennis. Barlow, Matt 363
John joins pattern team; BUSINESS LIFE. 83
Just the job, admits Rusedski after stroll; TENNIS: COUNTDOWN TO WIMBLEDON 1999. Pierce, Bill 395
Kick-off for girls' football festival. Forster, Mark 275
Learning how to have a healthy life. 83
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS; Council has a long record of listening. 1454
Life's no gas for angry miner; FAMILY FURY OVER COURT THREAT FOR 'UNPAID' BILLS. Pring, John 310
LUCKY NUMBERS. 90
MAD COW DISEASE CASES TAKE A LEAP. Wilde, James 276
Man dies in Land Rover stream tragedy. 218
Marconi to put city on line; BUSINESS LIFE. 112
Mental health workers mark year of success. 296
Mums with a special bond. 115
New guide snubs local TV and film sets. 173
New plea in hunt for Jill's killer. 122
New vicar sworn in. 94
Offchurch meet Highway in KO; CRICKET: ACTION FROM LOCAL LEAGUES: WARWICKSHIRE SATURDAY LEAGUE. 174
Office fight anger; PLAN APPEAL WIN. Hambridge, Karen 207
Oh boy, classic show is music to our ears. 145
One-stop point for travel queries. 203
Over stressed, under sexed, over fed? - NOT US; A RECENT SURVEY MARKING NATIONAL MEN'S HEALTH WEEK CONCLUDED THAT THE AVERAGE MIDLANDS MAN ISN'T ALL HE SHOULD BE. McCONKEY, ALISON 1206
Patron saint for the net mooted. 244
Police crackdown on rogue coaches; CHECKPOINTS AT TOURIST HOTSPOTS TO SEARCH OUT DANGEROUS VEHICLES. Hart, Nigel 241
Police help still just a call away. Hopker, Antony 271
pounds 1,000 for bus appeal. 89
Prizes up for grabs in gallery. 152
Rain again comes to the rescue of grateful Alvis; CRICKET: ACTION FROM LOCAL LEAGUES: WARWICKSHIRE SATURDAY LEAGUE. 391
Rain stops Bedworth from chasing victory; NUNEATON SPORT: NEWS FROM THE CRICKET CLUBS. Harris, John 543
Rape trial told of DNA match following fight. 343
READER HOLIDAYS; Take a trip of a lifetime to Australia. 260
Reward offer after distraction raiders target OAPs. 252
Ring of steel plan to protect our schools; TOUGHER SECURITY TO BE CONSIDERED IN BID TO KEEP VANDALS AT BAY. Hambridge, Karen 207
Road menders ask for pounds 900,000 more. Keay, Rebecca 275
Rob puts his legs to good use. 102
Robinson set for Coventry showcase; Boxing. Mee, Bob 249
ROYAL ASCOT. 110
School first to fly the green flag. 182
School in pounds 100,000 bid to be a college; STAFF IN SPONSORSHIP DRIVE TO SET UP LANGUAGE CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE. Keay, Rebecca 248
Serbs stream out of Kosovo. 158
Shows step back in time. 150
Stakes riding high on car of the future; BUSINESS LIFE: IT'S CRUNCH TIME AS ROVER 75 BIDS TO PUT CAR GIANT BACK ON TRACK. Industry, ALISON WILLIAMS 209
Stolen pot is returned to school; Thieves with conscience leave ornate planter in bushes. Gibbons, Duncan 265
Store group helps charity. 97
Students give our city life - that's good for us all. ARNOT, Chris 516
Talent-spotting car chief gets his man; CITY STUDENT'S WORK LANDS HIM A JOB AT CITROEN'S PARIS STYLING CENTRE. Forster, Mark 458
Teacher Gail is aiming for top award. 146
Tim top of the world!; Snooker. 140
Top cop bids for role in Interpol. 140
Tough drive on rogue buses. 99
Trial run for ntl's digital strategy; BUSINESS LIFE. 152
TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 334
TWO MORE IN FOR GEORGE; Football. Turner, Andy 379
VILLAGERS CHARGE UP FOR A BATTLE; Power station plan sparks anger. Hutson;, Andy 190
Warning over Rolls jobs axe; Business Life: Shadow over pay milestone. Industry, ALISON WILLIAMS 266
WRITE YOUR NAME IN THE CITY'S HISTORY; Cathedral's amazing scheme to raise pounds 1 million gives you the chance to... Dale, Paul 320
Young artists prove a force. 159
Youth jailed after crash. 220

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