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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 30, 1999)

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'Foster children see us more as a big brother and sister than mum and dad' GIVE A CHILD A HOME. Goulden, Barbara 1702
'Milosevic out' protest. 181
A haul lot of cause for joy!; ROAD TRANSPORT BOSS CELEBRATES 60 YEARS OF MARRIAGE - AND BUSINESS. Summers, Kathryn 331
Airport revises opinion on duty-free impact. 194
Andy is on song for titles. 103
Anger over drivers who block access; Buses forced to stop in traffic lane. Hambridge, Karen 424
Arsenal sign Silvinho; FOOTBALL. 157
ASK ANGELA; THE AGONY AUNT WITH A HEART; My snobby parents drive boys away. 747
Baby boom in 2000 unlikely. 127
Back the Telegraph and win. 108
Bermuda bemused by Baddesley burst; NUNEATON MIDWEEK BOWLS LEAGUE. 390
Bill makes big leap of faith. 180
Blaze rescue hero Rebecca is a real star! 178
Bosses keep lid on sliding roof plan; TENNIS: SPOTLIGHT ON THE WIMBLEDON CHAMPIONSHIPS. Pierce, Bill 1488
Bringing luck in hospice lottery. 93
Cab maker's 5,000-up record; BUSINESS REPORT. 164
Change in fuel rules urged; BUSINESS REPORT. 100
Charles comes up trumps with garden design. 84
Church on time journey. 105
Cinema uses power to censor film title. Ray, Emma 251
Clark listed after shirt row; FOOTBALL. 222
Colleagues urge Hill to get out quickly; MOTOR SPORT. 358
COMMENT; Cinema makes right move to protect our children. 222
COMMENT; Revamped town must now be marketed properly. 149
COMMENT; Successful City Centre Company is blazing a trail. 193
COULD YOU GIVE A CHILD A HOME?; Nick and Kate are the youngest foster parents in the country. Already they have taken in SEVEN vulnerable children. Now they are backing an Evening Telegraph campaign to find at least 100 new carers for the millennium. So... 142
Council praised for aiding over-50s. 251
Curtain goes up on RSC stage secrets; HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED HOW THE ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY'S DESIGNERS CREATE THOSE FABULOUS SETS? WELL HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO FIND OUT. McMULLEN, MARION 1167
Cyclists to raise cash for hospice. 143
Danielle packs a prize punch. 164
Darley in best form ever; RACING. Eade, Paul 256
Dentists smiling on fashion craze; FOLLOWING POP STARS' LEAD ON TOOTH JEWELS COULD BE BENEFICIAL, SAY EXPERTS. Hall, Paula 344
Dettori plans appeal over 12-day ban; RACING. 185
Diplomat tells city of the French connection. 170
Do you fancy six weeks in the Land of Oz? 134
Dog's life for owners. 111
Drive is a beacon in bid on violence. Steedman, Josie 248
Drivers warned on Royal Show jams. Wilde, James 262
Emily jetting out to Africa. 114
End in sight for roadworks; SCHEME IS PART OF PLAN TO MARKET TOWN AS A TOURIST AND SHOPPING CENTRE. Wilde, James 218
Eric sets pace in record spree; ATHLETICS: SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL CLUBS IN TRACK, FIELD AND ROAD- RACE ACTION. 466
Fans give up on Anelka; FOOTBALL. 161
Feast of fun in Civic Hall programme. 151
Five-point plan to keep United happy; FOOTBALL: FA BOSS TELLS OF WAYS THEY ARE HOPING TO EASE CHAMPIONS' WORRIES. Bradley, Mark 570
Free spaces for the parking debate. 230
Froggatt off to flying start for season; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 270
Funeral of Jaguar design chief. 164
Game, set and title to Hayley; TENNIS. 291
Group demands better care for pensioners. 172
Hamilton reminder to Test selectors; CRICKET. 244
Help for pupils to carry on studying; 200 CITY TEENAGERS COULD BENEFIT FROM NEW FUND. Forster, Mark 217
Hospital stay without fears; PROJECTS AIM TO IMPROVE SERVICES FOR MENTAL HEALTH PATIENTS. Hall, Paula 265
Hospital to get old look back; LOTTERY CASH WILL PAY FOR REPLICAS OF ORIGINAL CHIMNEYS AT BONDS HOSPITAL. Summers, Kathryn 234
Huge holiday shop to offer jobs boost; HYPERMARKET BOSSES 'RECRUITING HEAVILY' FOR 'THEATRE OF EXCITEMENT'. 172
ID cards proposed as row rumbles on. 205
Keeper's fitness is worry for Hollywood; FOOTBALL. 173
Last chance to run. 114
LEADER: COMMENT; Public the real casualties in health cover row. 201
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS; Country is rife with blatant ageism. 1282
Library gets a taste of India. 96
LIVES WON'T BE PUT IN DANGER; Fire chief's pledge over plan to move station. Hambridge, Karen 550
Lucky escape for Fallon in bad fall; RACING. Carr, David 374
Mapletoft weighs up Leeds move; RUGBY UNION. 111
Mark back behind bar of bomb pub. Stewart, Paul 286
Meet the bear bear lunch. 142
Mixed view of school plans. 141
Movie famous for its asterisks. 188
Mubrik well up to the mark; RACING. Hamer, Keith 202
Munton hat-trick boosts Bears; CRICKET. 152
Neale gets back to work; CRICKET. 108
New chance for young offenders. Mackenzie, Jenny 319
Nuneaton dig deep for league battle; ATHLETICS. 503
Nuneaton set the golf pace. 143
Off-licence is targeted by thieves again. 102
Offer of a stage role not to be sniffed at. 111
ON THIS DAY. 86
Order on teenager in assault; IN THE COURTS. 726
Pals' tapes cheer injured boy. 147
Pick a store plea to shoppers. Tolfts, Lisa 269
Plans in hand for long library break. 149
Plea for tennis players. 90
Police plea on shop bags thieves. 220
pounds 400 boost for school technology. 120
PREMIER PASSION; FOOTBALL: City chairman fights calls to reduce league by two teams. Turner, Andy 382
Prof's impressive pedigree. 150
Pub pair toasting a triple success. 133
Pupils are a hard hat to follow. 99
Rallying call to tennis players. 90
READER HOLIDAYS; Enjoy a scenic trip to the Loire Valley. 236
Resistance is futile as the nutty crew invade. 160
Road race cyclist dies after collision with truck. 143
RUGBY ACCIDENT SERVICE BACKED; Staffing hitch must be faced. Hutson, Andy 358
Rugby vets in the vanguard; ATHLETICS. 226
Rush to join in rectory fun. 112
Scouts going 'green'. 86
SEASON STARTS NOW FOR BORO; FOOTBALL: Training begins for Conference assault. Brown, Derek 267
Shake, rattle and rolling to record; SHOPPERS GIVE ARMISTICE DAY FUND-RAISING A RECORD CASH BOOST. Evans, Steve 282
Showing ugly side of world where speed is all; REVIEW. McMullen, Marion 187
Silver jubilee appeal. 92
Sixth-form dream is fulfilled at last. 101
Soccer day raises pounds 300 for new junior team kit. 143
Spitfire fly-by is highlight of airport day. 80
Sponsors sought for youth club project; ESTATE RESIDENTS ACT TO COMBAT PROBLEMS OF GANGS AND VANDALISM. Barratt, Claire 277
Stanborough forced to quit Adders; FOOTBALL. 243
Stars fly in for premiere. 123
Stewart aims to go out on high; CRICKET: SACKED CAPTAIN HOPES TO MAKE HIS MARK WITH THE BAT. Hodgson, Myles 438
Stuart has sights on new glory; BOWLS. Draper, Roger 348
Sur vey gives firms reason for cheer; BUSINESS REPORT. Williams, Alison 222
Take a pinch of salt ... 104
Tanner adds road race crown to his collection; CYCLING. Wilkinson, John 569
Teams are fined over pitch brawl; CRICKET. 282
Tickets for Di's resting place 'selling steadily'. 230
Tiny teds are big hit for charity. 126
Top athlete makes a dash for Royal Show. 93
Top don lured over Atlantic; NEW DEAN APPOINTED AT EXPANDING WARWICK BUSINESS SCHOOL. Education, MARK FORSTER 265
Trading balloon goes up; BUSINESS REPORT. 156
Tunnicliffe warms up for 'Olympics' bid with dazzling show at Derby; ATHLETICS. 274
TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 310
Using pedal power to help charity. 140
Visitors' journey warning. 136
Warning on night raiders. 107
Was mayoress a suffragette?; ANY QUESTIONS. Draper, Keith 592
Waste strategy drive launched. 123
WIN a revolutionary Viewcook oven; PLUS pounds 100 worth of shopping vouchers. 391
Woman cries as court hears 999 tape. 165
Woman in 'human fireball' tragedy. 184
Worker dies after scaffold plunge. 216
Worker killed in building site fall. Tolfts, Lisa 204
Working together the key. 170
World ready to follow city's lead; Partnership scheme wins new praise. Hargrave, Paul 300
Youngsters in with a shout. 128
Zoe finds it tough going. 355

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