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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 26, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
24-hour cinema decision. 109
900 years of caring. 172
A walk on the WILDE SIDE; Confusion knows no boundary. Wilde, James 423
All smiles as Rose beats cut; GOLF. 277
Appeal to find only relative. 144
Archer Sue's right on target; DETERMINED STUDENT AIMS TO QUALIFY FOR SYDNEY OLYMPICS IN 2000. Parrish, Rachel 464
Attack on black soldier. 81
Batman's crew in race mode. 108
Bikers' bash for charity. 89
BOOKS; Story of a goal-den boy! 661
British pair right on track; TENNIS: THE FIFTH DAY OF THE WIMBLEDON CHAMPIONSHIPS. Casey, Phil 976
BUZZING BEES GO FOR THE TREBLE!; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 211
Byas ton tears Hants apart; CRICKET. 183
Cabbie hailed as boy, 7, is found. 166
CABBIES WARN OF NEW YEAR MISERY; 'Fares up or drivers may not turn out'. Evans, Steve 242
Call for action at danger crossing. Barratt, Claire 273
Cheers! Mick's in charge at his old local. 295
CHILDREN STARS OF DOME SHOW; Shakespeare and jets in the programme. Keay, Rebecca 282
China rejectscourt ruling. 115
Church plans to stop the rot. 224
City sign up sales slot. 136
Clinton speaks out on Irish peace talks. 209
COUNTRY WALK; WALCOTE to MISTERTON 4-miles. Maps 936 Pathfinder; Delightful old England stroll. Weston, Ron 584
Electricity off as lines cut. 112
Emanuele: I'm ready for Roberts showdown; BOXING. 175
England recall likely for Silverwood; CRICKET. 206
Europe 'still unconvinced' on Rover package. 270
Festival hit by rush of arrests. 132
First-class boost for hospice. 172
Former rugby star faces court. 97
Game of life - and death. 116
George WHO?; A SURVEY IN NUNEATON TOWN CENTRE SHOWS A HUGE VARIATION IN KNOWLEDGE. Harris, Alan 882
GET FIT OR GET OUT!; RUGBY UNION. Brown, Derek 308
Girls on the ball in Football Week event. 122
Groups given lottery cash boost. 223
Guide to sun holiday danger. 179
Hi-tech cameras to catch car tax dodgers. 223
Highway through to final; CRICKET. 107
Holiday boredom-beaters lined up. 92
Hoops, here we go. 141
Hospice appeal on the move. 115
IN THE COURTS; Man convicted of fraud against DSS. 330
Israel - a holy enjoyable experience; TRAVEL: THE HOLY LAND IS A FABULOUS PLACE TO EXPLORE - WITH EVERYTHING FROM BUZZING NIGHTLIFE TO THE INCREDIBLE HISTORY OF JERUSALEM. Edmondson, Richard 2437
It all adds up for pupils in competition. 110
Jaguar joke with a roaring punchline! Cuthbertson, Hayley 234
Keeping homes in good order. 146
Kits to aid the memory. 108
Last call for booze runners; RUSH TO BEAT DUTY CHANGES. Lyons, James 217
Legal ruling lifts play area hopes; LAW LORDS' DECISION COULD PAVE WAY FOR CAMPAIGNERS. 393
LETTERS: SATURDAY SOAPBOX; We can all play a part in improving our environment. 248
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS; Leaflet drop will have no effect on pigeon pests. 1204
Libraries look east. 108
LILIES in the pink; THERE'S A NEW LOVE WHEN IT COMES TO CHOOSING INDOOR AND OUTDOOR BLOOMS. 1601
Looking after the elderly's spiritual well being; HELPING HANDS; THE CARING FAMILY ATMOSPHERE THAT MAKES ST ANDREW'S HOUSE SO SPECIAL. Evans, Ann 598
Man given community service. 100
Man stole to meet CSA demands. 281
Men's choir's concert list in peril. 168
Mugger behind bars. 160
New Rotary president takes over. 112
Nowhere left to hide for Herbie; BOXING. MEE, Bob 991
Omega's fasinating but short life; MEMORIES; THE STORY OF THE MAN BEHIND ONE OF COVENTRY'S LESSER KNOWN MOTOR FIRMS LIVES ON LONG AFTER THE DEMISE OF HIS ILL-FATED COMPANY. Draper, Keith 995
On road to new career. 154
ON THIS DAY. 95
PAL'S ATTACK OVER SORE TOE; Drinker who broke mate's skull jailed. Hargrave, Paul 258
Parking fear over bigger cinema bid; EXTRA SCREENS ON CAR PARK PLAN BRINGS UPSET TO RESIDENTS. Keay, Rebecca 257
Partnership plan to help terminally ill; ROUND-CLOCK ADVICE AND EXPANSION OF HOSPICE AT HOME SERVICE MOOTED. Steedman, Josie 342
Phillips looks at keepers to boost squad; FOOTBALL. 252
Picnic eveningto raise cash for hospice. 155
Pithie fight set to sell out; BOXING. Mee, Bob 159
Poles' home from home. 108
Police warning on thief. 91
Pub grub praised - but don't push out the pint says CAMRA. 221
Pupils take a skip back in time. 88
Push for smaller Rugby classes; MAXIMUM OF 30 PUPILS PROPOSED AT SEVEN PRIMARIES IN BOROUGH. Hutson, Andy 255
READER HOLIDAYS; Choose a trip to Italy to suit your taste. 222
Reports of racist incidents higher. Wilson, Lucy 234
Revived nursery plans open day. 126
Royal Show date for Oddy. 103
Samantha sets shining example. 115
SATURDAY TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 215
School gets glowing Ofsted report. 152
SCHOOLS PUT ON DOME SHOW; Jet story in programme. Keay, Rebecca 257
SCHU BETTER WATCH IT MIKA; MOTOR RACING: Ferrari ace's title warning. Gordon, Ian 328
Show car's place in history. 180
Shutters closed on prison shop. Tolfts, Lisa 231
Silent tribute to Jag styling director. 146
Slither along to scaly pet show. 124
SOUND of summer; RADIO 1 DJ JO WHILEY TALKS ABOUT HER LOVE OF GLASTONBURY AND THE MUSIC THAT SHAPED HER CHILDHOOD. McMULLEN, MARION 1010
Space to spread plans. 121
Star burst for the millennium; BELGRADE THEATRE UNVEILS GLITTERING PROGRAMME FOR NEW SEASON. McMULLEN, MARION 336
State of war restrictions set to be lifted in Yugoslavia. 258
Students bloom at special day to raise funds. 122
SUNDAY TV; TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 305
Super Bees mean business; SPEEDWAY: COVENTRY DESTROY CHEETAHS TO MARCH INTO SHIELD SEMIS; Oxford 39 Coventry 50 (Coventry win 101-78 on aggregate). Berry, Mike 589
Supermarkets turn Sky Blue; Club bosses try new outlets for official goods. Hart, Nigel 292
Team gets kitted - England style. 95
Team of good listeners needed. 146
Texan tried to take home his metal-detecting holiday haul. 194
The traffic that shaped Nuneaton town; NUNEATON MEMORIES; AS THE MOTOR INDUSTRY GREW SO THE GARAGES AND SERVICE TRADES BOOMED BRINGING CONGESTION PROBLEMS ALONG WITH WORK AND PROSPERITY. Lee, Peter 719
View from the CLOCK TOWER; Lots of council hot air. Tolfts, Lisa 548
Village earmarked for energy-saving project. Wilde, James 293
Virgin tycoon set for new record attempt. 133
Walkers to put new hips and knees to test; SPONSORED EVENT TO HELP ORTHOPAEDIC RESEARCH. Steedman, Josie 316
WEEKEND TV; 10 things you didn't know about... STAR WARS. 346
WEEKEND TV; Making people laugh is a Doddle. McMULLEN, MARION 582
WIN; Tim Henman Slazenger tennis equipment. 351

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