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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 9, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'First past post' system's debut. 251
'Shocking' lack of after-care. 172
2000 gift ideas. 84
A final word from minister. 180
Activity day helps young folk's career choice. 179
Aussies off to solid start; CRICKET. 154
Back the Telegraph and win. 111
Balloon race in memory of friends killed. 177
Bid for a fairer house market; BUSINESS REPORT. 155
Bid to cope with rise in drug addicts; NUMBER SEEKING HELP HAS DOUBLED. Hall, Paula 293
Binmen clean up backlog. 104
Blessings be on all your pets ...; CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL WELCOME AT CHURCH SERVICE. Mackenzie, Jenny 291
Blower sparks Police; BOWLS. 219
Bogus water workers threat. 161
Boro boss waits on signings; FOOTBALL. 150
Boy, aged 10, on rape charge. 93
Bradley is cleared of Warwick 'fix' Racing. 165
BRING ON THE BIG GUNS; FOOTBALL: Sky Blue recruit Chippo eager to play against the Premiership's best. Turner, Andy 421
Car for sale is driven away. 183
Case put off for checks on firm. 93
Chance to back United's heroes; RACING. 88
Child in car as handbag is stolen. 100
City's forgotten treasures; scandal of our crumbling treasures. Dale, Paul 1435
Classy Atkins holds on to Coventry title; CYCLING. Wilkinson, John 684
COMMENT; We'll get the Euro MPs we deserve - so vote. 205
Couple to face stars on TV. 102
Crowning glory for restored city spire. 104
District nurses in spotlight. 97
Dollar can pay his way again; Racing. Eade, Paul 261
Drug users' exchange still under debate. 214
Eighteen schools to close again for voting. Wilde, James 477
Estate's plea on garden rubbish. 211
Ex-building boss dies after short illness. 289
Fabulous 2 for 1 hotel offer. 291
Farewell rites for colliery on show; Artist's work featured in exhibition. Taylor, Ernest 284
Festival in need of help. 107
Festival set to carry on growing; WEEKEND OF EVENTS ATTRACTED HUGE CROWDS DESPITE DOWNPOURS. Hopker, Antony 307
Final truth of fallen soldier; A WOMAN'S CAMPAIGN TO HAVE HER GREAT UNCLE'S WARTIME SACRIFICE RECOGNISED. Kukuruzovic, Simon 520
Firm puts a hi-tech finger on the pulse; Microchip replaces mercury. Gibbons, Duncan 221
Firms told to clear Belgian food. Hargrave, Paul 157
First day in jail. 80
Gala night for pounds 1.5m appeal. Barrett, Claire 244
Gear box fault KOs McRae; MOTOR SPORT. 86
Giving their time free for Kosovo; EVENING OF MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT LINED UP FOR REFUGEE APPEAL. Hart, Nigel 229
Glover to miss start of season; FOOTBALL. 134
Good practice awards. 108
Griff celebrate a year to remember; FOOTBALL. 241
Growing firm moves; BUSINESS REPORT. 82
Harrods head queue; CYCLING. 167
Hart aims for Europa Cup spot; ATHLETICS. 323
Heath sets up Bedworth win; CRICKET. 107
Help lines in Belgian foods scare. 162
Historic buildings falling into ruin; English Heritage says they are 'at risk'. Parrish, Rachel 418
HOSPITAL FOOD RAP 'UNFAIR' St Cross defends its menu. Hall, Paula 360
Hot meal club hits milestone. 152
How the parliament affects Britain; EURO ELECTIONS FOCUS. 408
IN THE COURTS; Probation for theft attempt at Tesco. 510
In-form Rod is all fired up for Ascot; RACING. Carr, David 347
India hoping win will revive dream of glory; CRICKET: SKIPPER AZHARUDDIN SEES SIDE REGAIN PRIDE AGAINST PAKISTAN. Hodgson, Myles 485
Inner Wheel leader looks ahead to new millennium. 157
Inquest jury told of train tragedy. 152
John's big cat leaps to birthday success; BEDWORTH-BUILD JAGUAR IS A WINNER AT 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. Hambridge, Karen 242
Juggin' in tune again. 196
Keegan goes on the attack; FOOTBALL. 240
Keegan's given the thumbs up by Beardsley; FOOTBALL: SPOTLIGHT ON THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE. Rodgers, Ian 991
Laughs for all ages; REVIEW. Levack, Jim 122
Leaving the car at home. 81
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS; We must be properly represented in Europe. 1072
Lib Dem and Labour pact attacked by Tories. 251
Libraries listen to users and alter opening hours. 207
Licensees hand out pounds 2,500 to good causes. 89
Life gets tougher for actors. 82
Lives at risk fear for town; Not enough firefighters. Ewing, Richard 349
Major order marks Marconi's US arrival; BUSINESS REPORT. 219
McDONALD'S SEWAGE SHOCKER; Big Mac fined pounds 9,500 for hygiene offences. Cunningham, Catherine 248
Medical school choices to be reduced. 108
More birds in the garden. 122
MP wheels in with plea for charity. 107
Musical twist to classic tale. 174
Naked protest. 91
Nato peace talks 'at a pause stage'. 107
News about African HIV work. 108
Nicholls rules out an appeal; RACING. 103
No hosepipe ban vows Severn Trent. 212
Nothing wrong with our food say health chiefs; WALSGRAVE HOSPITAL TRUST HITS BACK AT CRITICISMS IN NATIONAL REPORT. Hall, Paula 333
Nuneaton schools close again for voting; EURO ELECTIONS FOCUS. Harris, Alan 440
One more word for the Bard. 228
Phileas Fogg call to walkers. 159
Phone dish plan sparks protest. 146
Play area fund grows. 145
Police step up action against young pests; CRACKDOWN TO STAMP OUT PROBLEMS CAUSED BY NUISANCE TEENAGERS. Kukuruzovic, Simon 271
Policeman in 999 car crash. 102
Porn charge teacher taken to hospital. 152
Pubs unite to stamp out troublemakers; 'BARRED FROM ONE, BARRED FROM ALL' MOVE IN NEW WATCH SCHEME. Hopker, Antony 247
Pupils' efforts add up to more cash; snowball. 273
Quinn lands a dream York ride; RACING. 286
Rachel's a tough cookie. 110
Raiders ready; RACING. 82
Rain threatens bid to regain floral title; PARKS WORKERS ARE LEFT FRUSTRATED BY SOGGY START TO SUMMER. Keay, Rebecca 263
READER HOLIDAYS; A luxury summer break in Paris. 291
Rock on! Schools offered gift guitars. 107
Row over tree at war memorial; COUNCIL AND COMPANY AGREES TO REMOVAL OF 'COMMERCIALISATION'. Keay, Rebecca 304
Rowaasi the pick; RACING. 80
Royal draw at auction. 94
Royal visitor shown MIRA secrets. 169
Rugby schools to close again for voting. Gibbons, Duncan 368
Rush to recycle plastics leads to extra collection. 283
Safety plea on student homes. Hart, Nigel 287
Schools closed for Euro voting. Forster, Mark 366
Shared data on people posing risk; MOVE TO MAKE TOWN A SAFER PLACE. Gibbons, Duncan 215
Shop's gift helps pupils make music. 144
Show on the trail of death. 133
Sign up for deal on a road island. 131
Smack ruling. 85
Solo role for Norman. 111
South African want to win without Klusener!; CRICKET: SKIPPER CRONJE IS COUNTING ON TOP ORDER TO PULL ITS WEIGHT. Hodgson, Myles 330
Sports centre lifts hearts. 166
Staff on the fitness trail. 100
Stepdad made boy lie, says accused. 183
Steps to fight eye disease; Support group plans fund-raising dance. Hart, Nigel 361
Straw calms Asylum Bill fears. Hickman, Martin 200
Taxi fares set to rise in autumn; JOURNEYS TO BE AT LEAST 40p DEARER TO MEET HIGHER RUNNING COSTS. Hutson, Andrew 283
The warm nights of May were record-breakers. 123
Threat to beat bobbies on beat; Police chief warns of cash cuts. Taylor, Ernest 278
Three-peak bakery workers get appeal off to flying start. 109
Time's right for a fling by sea. 130
Town at 'risk' from lack of firefighters; MAYOR SAYS MORE EFFORT SHOULD BE PUT INTO FINDING RECRUITS. Ewing, Richard 331
Trip to police HQ for artists. 106
Uninsured Porsche driver, 21, was on wrong side of road. 96
Village fetes win lottery boost. 169
Virgin's trains to be tracked. 105
Warning over water charges 'timebomb'. Goulden, Barbara 284
Washout foils Nuneaton's bid for the top; CRICKET. 419
We did it for Taylor says hero; Cort!; FOOTBALL. Curtis, John 575
WHY WE MUST HONOUR JOHN; Family's battle for soldier whose sacrifice was overlooked. 173
Wilkins lands season's best with discus; ATHLETICS. 359
Wise move helps Godiva girls into sixth place; ATHLETICS. 479
Woman mending puncture is hit by a lorry. 148
Woman robbed by man on bike. 161
Women lagging on pay front. 103
Yellow card scheme aids borough carers; EMERGENCY LINE LAUNCHED AS PART OF BOROUGH COUNCIL INITIATIVE. Punshon, Andrew 269
Youngsters get a commercial break. 84
Your scruffy mutt could make it to national finals. 221

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