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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 5, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
A fire cop gov'. 87
A walk on the WILDE SIDE; Time for common sense. Wilde, James 522
Abuse claim pair to sue council. Pring, John 240
Andy's a big noise on the street. 99
Archie gets his scooter back; Tip-off after appeal in Telegraph. Hargrave, Paul 185
Axed Taylor hits out after ending on a high; FOOTBALL. Wilson, Michelle 444
Ay up it's EVANS; Why clinic has been a bone of contention. Evans, Steve 508
Belgian food fear sparks UK ban. 155
BOOKS; No room in the cabinet. 724
Boro chief pondering stadium options; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 171
Bus firms step in after parking ban. 195
Call for ban on GM food in city protest. 207
Calzaghe struggles to pull in the fans; BOXING. James, John 217
Cardboard cut out of recyclingplan. Ray, Emma 231
Charity effort for dead friends. 131
Chink of hope in right of way battle. 181
Club gets ready for millennium. Tolfts, Lisa 290
Colleagues' tribute to special constable killed in crash. 254
COUNTRY WALK; Park's legacy is unspoiled: Badby to Fawsley Park 3 miles. Maps 999. Weston, Ron 473
Crash victim not wearing a seatbelt. 135
Dark days loom for food boss; Ban on spotlight to attract customers. Wilde, James 330
Darren ready to outdo Monty; Golf. Garrod, Mark 400
Dave's plea for power; Motorsport. 88
Dog rescued from smoke. 94
Drinks taken in knife raid on store. 136
Duo give new look to the Titanic story. 137
Duo mount mission for cancer aid. 144
Families go home after flood ordeal. Pring, John 238
FAMILY LAW; You're more to blame for bike crash. 642
Fantasy football helps pupils brush up on maths. 148
Fired-up Glenn has India on back foot; CRICKET. Field, David 623
Firemen set for London to voice their protest. 139
First reading of Larkin sonnet; FESTIVAL-GOERS TREATED TO A CAR CAVALCADE AND HEARING OF PREVIOUSLY- UNPUBLISHED POEM. Hopker, Antony 481
Fitness is still top of the priority list for golden girl Betty. 234
French leave in style. 87
Fun day - and chance to join neighbourhood watch. 189
Getting ship-shape for Lifeboat appeal; TEAMS NEEDED TO SWEAT OUT ARMY ASSAULT COURSE IN CASH DRIVE. Williams, Alison 256
GREG IN RAGE AT REREREE; SPEEDWAY: Bees ace is furious after GP exclusion. Berry, Mike 528
Griff trio take Bermuda bowls honours; BOWLS. 149
Group call for return of city lay-by. 126
Group fighting plan for centre; BATTLE TO BLOCK HOME FOR PROBLEM TEENAGERS. Hambridge, Karen 286
Health boss hurt as she chases intruder; INTRUDER AT CLINIC TACKLED BY STAFF AFTER HE SNATCHES HANDBAG. Pring, John 350
Help needed to record 100 years of life. 134
Hi-tech route to comedy. 104
HUG THAT SAYS I MISSED YOU, MUM; City woman and daughter reunited after years apart. 354
In fine voice at marina. 101
IN THE COURTS; Driving ban man back to jail. 872
Jenny's lined up for world-beating feet. 258
KAREN WEDS HER BLAST RESCUER; Secret ceremony after holiday horror. Ewing, Richard 340
Lennox left high and dry; BOXING. MEE, Bob 986
LETTERS: SATURDAY SOAPBOX; Why are the British constantly being ripped off? 452
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS; Welcome reminder of those who fought. 1036
Licencelogic is a funny game. 224
Life for tragic tot's killer. 110
Line to a job. 97
Man jailed for wine store till raid. 217
Man, 80, dies in Fosse Way smash. 135
MEMORIES; Turning the clock back on the watchmaking trade; SOME FASCINATING STORIES SURFACED WITH LOCAL TIME PIECES AFTER AN APPEAL FOR A COVENTRY WATCH. Draper, Keith 1005
Naomi keeps nerve to lift Europa Cup; Archery. 257
Never too old to rock 'n' roll. 188
New book charts rise of a nation. 161
New competition set to put top chefs to the taste. 220
New kit for Kennedy players; FOOTBALL. 81
NUNEATON MEMORIES; Keeping Bridge Street in the family: THE HISTORY OF CHILVERS COTON GOES BACK OVER TWO HUNDRED YEARS FOR ONE NUNEATON FAMILY. Lee, Peter 724
OAP dies and wife injured. 163
One fine DAHLIA!; Plant a piece of history in your borders with the fabulous daliah. 594
Parade of pride opens festival. 239
Paradise found; THE STUNNING GARDENS WHICH ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER. Argument, Barbara 472
Peace drive call. 99
Play it again, say Gills after ref row; FOOTBALL. James, John 247
Police eye on soccer star's big day. 207
Police may call in past experience. 145
READER HOLIDAYS; Head for sunny Spain this winter. 234
Robbers hold bus driver held at gunpoint. 206
Sale wins reprieve for Rugby brewery. Forster, Mark 301
SATURDAY TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 237
Schools' winning way with words. 151
Serbs keep Nato waiting. Flanagan, Padraic 192
Sex attacker gets six years. Ewing, Richard 173
Shine a light on caring people. 84
Sir on trail of soccer fame. 84
Sixties stars to swing again at charity concert. 168
Sky Blues Gary hopes for call in Bulgaria; FOOTBALL. Wilson, Michelle 240
Soccer star Owen's choice is the Big Cat. 119
STAR CARLING MAKES MARK. Hutson, Andy 316
Stories in store to put fun in reading. 141
Street floods petition is well timed! 132
Summer chaos at universities; Old and new sector threaten pay action. Education, MARK FORSTER 263
SUNDAY TV; TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 249
TA unit offers jobs help to its civvies. Williams, Alison 283
Tesco cash to boost town care projects. 121
The pain of tragic Athina's father; HOW THE RECORD OF A VIOLENT MAN CARING FOR A 15-MONTH CHILD WENT UNDETECTED. Hart, Nigel; Goulden, Barbara 993
Theatre group takes to the road. 172
There's no place like the Dome. Dale, Paul 1056
Traders fight for future of markets. 191
VANDAL-HIT CLUB AWAITS ITS FATE; Site may go for housing. Ray, Emma 278
View from the CLOCK TOWER; A case of pram politics. Tolfts, Lisa 443
Warning: smoking damages love life; GPs HOPE IMPOTENCY THREAT WILL CONVINCE MEN TO KICK HABIT. Steedman, Josie 298
WEEKEND TV; 10 things you didn't know about... BAD GIRLS. 323
WEEKEND TV; Daddy cools: Baby talk has replaced football gossip on the set of Dalziel & Pascoe. McMULLEN, MARION 505
Where the success is. McMULLEN, MARION 1010
Whitehead sweeps board for Coventry; Swimming. Wilkinson, John 526
Why won't my winter shrub flower? 414
WIN a romantic dinner for two Plus bags of Notting Hill goodies! 410
Young jobless get pounds 1.5m cash boost. Kukuruzovic, Simon 292

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