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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (March 24, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
`Keep talking to avert a tragedy'. Wilson, Lucy 377
`Plan your own funeral' plea. 120
Adders duo wait. 158
Advice on taxing question. 108
All they need are cuddles! 109
Alliance get tough. 221
Anger as new guide `snubs' town history; AUTHOR SHOULD HAVE VISITED US BEFORE PUBLICATION, SAYS MAYOR. Keay, Rebecca 283
Anne checks in to hotel. 114
Arts Centre sends out plea for help. Hambridge, Karen 341
Ashby earns trial spot; BOWLS. Oliver, Greg 156
Attack man's phone fight. 103
Auntie's knickers put Paul on bench. 172
Backing for export sales drive. Williams, Alison 242
Birthday funeral for tragic Callum. 110
Body Shop bans GMoils. 142
Bombers fly from UK base. 296
Boys make plea for safe play area. 183
BRAMCOTE ON STRIKES ALERT; Signal troops poised for role in Nato attacks. Ray, Emma 206
BRITAIN SET TO STRIKE; Blair vows: We're going in to save innocent people. Cunningham, Catherine 497
Bubbling Wine Bar blast seven. Brown, Derek Stewart 826
Centenary marks its tenth. 146
Church loooks back on the Easter floods. 174
City's deadline day search for goalkeeper. 209
Coombe cone gets lift off. 135
County riders bid for Stoneleigh titles; EQUESTRIAN. Healey, Kate 458
Course set for battle. 99
Cricket chiefs deny Woolmer job link. 188
D-Day landings veteran dies, aged 76. 104
Dangers of yawn for the road. 142
DEADLY BUG KILLS GIRL; Grief for tragic victim Lauren. Ewing, Richard; Wilde, James 299
Deasy marks Sphinx debut with a win. 422
Doll at centreof US legal battle. 106
Drive to halt new shopping centre. 87
Drug addict `died from heroin'. 101
Duke to seal pupils' poems for posterity; TIME CAPSULE CONTAINING WORK AND UNIFORM TO BE BURIED AT HOSPICE. Harris, Alan 291
EastEnder Grant leaves in ITV drama deal. 128
Emma's gruelling birthday challenge. 107
Enjoy a taste of luxury on a cruise. 242
FACTFILE. 208
Families call for speed cameras. Ewing, Richard 217
FINGERS ON THE TRIGGER; Blair vows: We're going in to save innocent people. Cunningham, Catherine 491
Fire service aims for black recruits; CURRENT MAKE-UP DOES NOT REFLECT COMMUNITY SAYS REPORT. Hart, Nigel 273
Flowers welcome new year. 117
Follow Night Shot and get off to a flier. Hamer, Keith 365
Gavin digs in to familiar ground; CHILDHOOD MEMORIES FLOOD BACK AS FORMER FARM BOY HELPS PLANT HOPE WOOD. Goulden, Barbara 488
Get the Flat off to a flier with Night Shot. Hamer, Keith 979
Gift keeps rescue teams aloft. 118
Girl, 5, in sex attack while out to play. 169
Give Roland the send-off he deserves. Turner, Andy 606
Golden romance made on the buses. 223
Grant awards by council. 99
Grant to quit Albert Square for ITV. 160
GUARDIAN ANGELS; COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE IS TO GET ONE OF THE FIRST NURSING TEAMS SET UP IN MEMORY OF PRINCESS DIANA TO LOOK AFTER SICK CHILDREN AT HOME. Hall, Paula 1144
Hat-trick hero Bedding blasts under-12s into final; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. Hollinshead, Graeme 228
Holiday flight bomb alert. 99
Hunt for street reunion guest. 253
I'm fighting to be back for end of season. Nilsson, Roland 580
I'M RIGHT BACK IN CONTENTION; Nilsson injury gives Marc Edworthy his big chance. Turner, Andy 329
IN THE COURTS; Man jailed for drug offences. 573
It won't be a walkover, warns expert. 207
Ladies' effort puts cancer funds in pink. 110
LATE CHEMISTS. 524
Magic spring line-up for Channel 4. 181
Martin comes out on top in hectic finish. Wilkinson, John 555
Massage help for disabled; DONATION KICK-STARTS SCHEME TO HELP PARENTS AND CHILDREN. Steedman, Josie 249
McRae is on target for Portugal win; RALLYING. 327
Meat Loaf weighs in at NEC. 169
Moore bags point. Wilson, Michelle 222
MPs' high hedge Bill gets the chop. 151
Musical challenge; PP REVIEW PP REVIEW PP REVIEWPP REVIEWPP. Goulden, Barbara 150
New boys ready for Wembley; FOOTBALL: COUNTDOWN TO ENGLAND'S VITAL CLASH. Curtis, John 436
New mag with a special touch. 103
NEWS DIGEST; Cyclist robbed. 129
NEWS DIGEST; Raid shock for viewers. 173
NEWS DIGEST; Young folk on stage. 203
Nurses in `stay safe' drive. 116
Oxford cash ban blocks Adders duo's move. 171
Part-time Keegan's pop at Robson. 193
Peake is back in thick of it. 304
Phone call `theft' at raid home. 186
Plea to restore drop-off point. 129
Popular farmer and church warden dies, aged 81. 108
POWER GAME HOPE ON JOBS; Alstom buys into Euro giant. Johnson, Steve 292
Pupils enjoy science treat. 124
Purge on town hall sleaze. 154
Riga slip to defeat; VOLLEYBALL. 87
Rounding up designs for civic squares plan; CREAM OF YOUNG TALENT SOUGHT TO DEVISE EUROPEAN-STYLE PLAZAS. Hargrave, Paul 260
Rugby club in new wrangle over debt. Taylor, Ernest 338
Runner Ben going to limit for sick boy. 168
Russians touch down to reveal their space secrets. Punshon, Andrew 293
School ban on angry parent. 142
School takes a step into 21st century. Evans, Steve 249
Screen stars to make way for student dreams. Hargrave, Paul 266
Serbs no walkover says war expert; AIR DEFENCES `A GENERATION MORE ADVANCED' THAN THOSE OF SADDAM HUSSEIN. Richardson, Alex 533
Service for Emu star Rod. 87
Sewer repair in sight. 90
Sex shops facing pounds 4,500 levy. 156
Shanahan hits out. Wilson, Michelle 221
Shop thieves face radio interference. Hopker, Antony 270
Show could give young talent a regular break. 195
Simpsons pip Melvilles to go clear; INDOOR SOCCER. 480
Sleek cat takes the road at last. 217
SPORT DIGEST; Bees pair ride for Dutch side. 310
Stumble costs Drake his glory; ATHLETICS: CITY WALKER FALLS AFTER ACCIDENT AT DRINKS STATION. Wilkinson, John 508
Superstadium to clear final hurdle. Hargrave, Paul 239
Susan's Heart-felt song for youngsters. Barratt, Claire 297
Taking the private path. Hopker, Antony 317
Target for fire recruits. 102
Teachers hope to take away lessons from Chinese trip. 185
Teachers to vote on job fears. Forster, Mark 265
Testing times for city service staff. 270
Thomas confident of making it lucky 13. 156
TITLE IS IN SIGHT; Two wins will give Boro glory. Brown, Derek 403
Top honours for four journalists. 155
Towns follow private path. 196
Trains hit by power failure. 153
Unions fear for R-R jobs. Scott, Fiona 246
Veterans close in on title; SQUASH. 153
Vulcan to shine again. 102
We're the best-again! 291
WIN ... a pounds 1,500 fitted kitchen. 217
Your Evening Telegraph is ... NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR! 94
YOUR VIEWS; We don't want your big ideas for airport! 1219

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