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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 13, 1999)

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'I saw my pal take a kicking' JURY TOLD OF POOL HALL VIOLENCE AS FOUR DENY MURDERING TEENAGER. Hart, Nigel 363
'Queen' Katy is toast of charity; Girl, 13 hands over pounds 3,700 cheque. Goulden, Barbara 204
999 call to stuck squirrel. 85
A team effort; ROWING. 145
Airbag kiddy risk alert. 140
Alarm as cash for crises cut. Wilson, Lucy 293
Alec has an ace to grind with Sri Lanka; Cricket. Allen, Paul 360
ALL THE FIGURES FROM THE LOCAL RESERVOIRS; ANGLING. Armstrong, Pat 508
Any Questions: YOU HELP ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT ARISE WHEN LOOKING INTO OUR LOCAL HISTORY; Is missing painting out of the picture? Draper, Keith 1058
Arguments threaten our new super hospital. 199
Art show is family affair. 87
Baby in tumble drier tragedy. 80
Back the Telegraph and win! 110
Barbara ARGUMENT Column; It's a sad dad who puts his career before his kids. ARGUMENT, Barbara 538
Barmaid couldn't have seen gun, jury told. 212
Birthday. 111
Blankets go on test. 104
Borough's bosses are honoured; Football. 123
Bosses deliver a promise on post; LEGAL MOVES AIM TO SETTLE THREE-WEEK DISPUTE OVER DOG ATTACKS. Hart, Nigel 278
Cash help for Rugby groups. 94
Chance of new life for mobile phones. 131
Change at top for social services; 'NO CONNECTION' WITH DAMNING REPORTS ON CITY DEPARTMENT. Scott, Fiona 327
Charities dig in on benefit cuts. 84
Charities turn up heat over cuts to benefits. Clarke, Michael 165
City fans warned to stay off the pitch. 82
College welcomes new 'tailor-made' learning; 'PICK AND MIX' COURSES AIM TO SUIT INDIVIDUAL STUDENT NEEDS. Forster, Mark 268
Conservation of countryside very much in the pipeline. 182
Council fights bid to cut county emergency grant. 132
Council speaks out on wall wrangle. 215
County's Royal chance to shine; Prime show site offered for 2000. Scott, Fiona 237
COUPLE'S BREWERY DREAMS GO FLAT. Forster, Mark 271
Crimebeat: Appeal to catch woman's attacker. 198
Crimebeat: Bid to beat thieves by numbers; Car stereos to be coded. Mackenzie, Jenny 262
Crisis of cash. 82
Dando: Rewards total pounds 150,000. 124
Danny hits nap for Chetwynd; Football: NUNEATON & BEDWORTH MINOR LEAGUE. Brown, Derek 354
Derby date looms for slick Salford Express; Racing. Yates, David 325
Determined Gould set for Celtic return; FOOTBALL. 440
Double for Sprake; Racing. 129
Double lift for City fan Eddie; GOLF. Draper, Roger 423
Drama tells tale of wartime courage. 161
Drive to highlight dangers of drugs. 173
Emergency planners face big budget cut. 197
Fair attracts top antiques dealers. 109
FAMILY LAW. Kelley, John 613
Fatal crash appeal. 86
Fears in the hi-tech homes. 88
Fire hits bar of bistro. 232
FIREBUG TRIGGERS GAS RISK; Suspect blaze at leisure centre. Wilde, James 254
Firm fined over fall drama. 212
Friends hoping to join the stars. 139
Gas chiefs pledge to protect land. Tolfts, Lisa 269
Gathering in Rugby's past. 190
Gift keeps charity on the move. Hart, Nigel 211
GIOACCHINI IN LINE FOR LEEDS; Sky Blues start talks over a pounds 1million deal for Italian. Turner, Andy 369
Girls on the ball. 108
Grant aids college action on dyslexia. Cunningham, Catherine 228
Groups link for toddle. 84
Guide agrees it's O.K. to moan. 179
Hamill's Bees comeback is live on Sky; Speedway. Berry, Mike 255
Hazel just one of the lads! 102
Help find these sick attackers; Plea after horses slashed. Kukuruzovic, Simon 174
Helping bus drivers keep their cool. 159
History lesson for art class. 111
Home's boss not to stand trial. 248
Hospice welcome for Duke. 114
Hospital row goes all the way; Minister asked to make decision. Hopker, Antony 231
Hot shot McGuire cruises into final; GOLF. Draper, Roger 283
Huge savings as sickness levels plunge. Wilson, Lucy 316
I can't believe I survived horror crash; WOMAN ESCAPES WITH CUTS AND BRUISES FROM WRECKAGE THAT BLOCKED MOTORWAY. Mackenzie, Jenny 274
In the courts: Drink-driver to make it up to the community. 660
Industry praised for cutting pollution. 163
IS NOTHING SACRED?; The security guards who have to protect the city's graves from vandalism and theft. 199
Jail for man who attacked officer. Harris, Alan 281
Jailed - clumsy burglar trapped by a cut. 227
Jokes apart, it is a serious risk. 84
Judges on trail of top spring gardens. 145
JUST LOOK AT OUR THREE LITTLE MIRACLES! Evans, Steve 694
KIWOMYA DEAL; Football: Borough manager aims to tie-up his strike pairing. Brown, Derek 457
Knitters are on the trail of new players; Football. 124
Lawyer wins sale appeal. 163
Leaflet gives teen low-down. 152
Learn to be good citizens. 167
Lessons in a stage story. 92
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1128
Linking up for learning. 87
Lord spreads the gospel; Cricket. Draper, Roger 483
LOWEST OF THE LOW; Security patrols guard against theft from graves. McConkey, Alison 1330
LUCKY NUMBERS. 91
Monty's valuable lesson; GOLF. Draper, Roger 192
MOTORCYCLING: Lee ready to shoulder arms. 138
MP steps up battle to stop electricity tower plan. 199
Mum Lynne makes history; COUPLE'S JOY AFTER YEARS OF HEARTACHE. Evans, Steve 626
Mum's plea for life. 228
Naomi shines. 135
New boy Austin is taking it his stride; Cricket. Hodgson, Myles 451
New fairing wrangle; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 250
Night racing axed to boost Sundays. 273
Niven gems up for auction. 98
Notes from 'Elvis' support protest. 148
Nut warning over lollies. 99
Nutt wants to do it again! 129
Old sofa was a life-saver in city blaze. Pring, John 253
Old timer backs Ellis; BOXING. 107
Oldest person to open newest facility. 167
Open day taster for arts quarter; COMMUNITY EVENT ON 'IDEAL SITE' FOR CULTURAL REGENERATION PLAN. Keay, Rebecca 357
Passingham piles it on!; ANGLING. Armstrong, Pat 217
Pet pooches face mixed reception at hotels; INFLUX IF QUARANTINE RULES ARE EASED. Mackenzie, Jenny 368
Piece of old farming life sold for pounds 292,000; DEATH OF 97-YEAR-OLD SPARKS HUGE INTEREST IN SMALLHOLDING. Gibbons, Duncan 286
Pigtales to come alive on stage; NOW 'REJECTED' AUTHOR PENS A MUSICAL BASED ON STORIES. Hopker, Antony 253
Pledge to train passengers. 196
Police are ready for big match. 86
Poop, clear the decks! 114
pounds 30,000 bid to bridge building skills gap. Williams, Alison 240
pounds 500 bingo win makes Mark's day. 147
Premier winner. 87
Pride over school's top sport award; OLYMPIC RUNNER-TURNED-TEACHER STEERS PUPILS TO GOLD STANDARD. Barratt, Claire 259
Promise on pipeline. 96
Pub on course for June opening; TRANSFORMATION OF FORMER EYE HOSPITAL ALMOST COMPLETE. Mackenzie, Jenny 222
Pupils show the festival colours. 127
Race to get town a council of its own. Keay, Rebecca 277
Racing. 82
Raoul is jumping for joy. 84
Raymonde plays at festival. 185
READER HOLIDAYS; Travel along the Bavarian Romantic Road. 240
Reward offer on horses' attack. 118
Ringer boys hit Clattecote carp; ANGLING. Armstrong, Pat 447
Saracens aim to improve; RUGBY UNION: GREWCOCK SET FOR EURO ACTION. 363
Shamed swim coach's hopes. 178
Sneak peek as new club opens doors. 93
Soccer strip is just ace. 131
Social club fined over noisy disco; Complaints not the first, court told. Summers, Kathryn 324
Splash down; DIVING. 107
Spotlight on Aids impact; WORLD EXPERTS TO SPEAK AT UNIVERSITY'S INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE. Forster, Mark 256
Star plans film of grandad's war. 127
Stars the limit for sci-fi pals; Fans in radio contest final for Hollywood trip. Ewing, Richard 286
Support for the victims of crime. 123
Survey on tourism ideas. 127
Thieves among season's garden pests; Crimebeat. 176
Three admit store raid bid. 228
THREE LITTLE MIRACLES; Nuneaton triplets Joseph, Harry and George make history. Evans, Steve 161
Tie ends in thriller; NUNEATON THURSDAY CRICKET LEAGUE. 414
Top doctor quits in St Cross row; CONSULTANT 'LET DOWN' OVER STRIPPED-DOWN BACK-UP SERVICES. Tolfts, Lisa 233
Track star's pride in school sports award. 175
Treble joy for Olton star Tom; GOLF. Draper, Roger 287
TV spot for a wacky home. Barratt, Claire 322
TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 318
Two-mile trek to the launderette; CALL FOR COMMUNITY WASHETERIA TO HELP POOR FAMILIES. Steedman, Josie 241
United duo in battle to face Spurs; FOOTBALL. Anderson, David 494
Variety Club hails the stars of sport. 105
We need everyone's backing for town council. 158
We will miss you, George - our gardening friend; FOND FAREWELL TO THE GREEN-FINGERED EXPERT WHO HELPED SO MANY FIND THEIR OWN PIECE OF PARADISE WITH HIS HELP AND GOOD ADVICE. Argument, Barbara 1002
What's all the fuss? says Gail. 98
Where's our pay rise, nurses ask. Summers, Kathryn 298
Win a fantastic alfresco set. 276
Woman in canal rescue drama. 133
Work to prize by young engineers. 170

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