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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 15, 1999)

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'Cutting traffic will kill the city centre' Trader criticises Broadgate plan. Goulden, Barbara 398
'Minnows' aim for big bite of Euro vote; SMALL PARTIES HOPE NEW SYSTEM WILL GIVE THEM A REAL CHANCE OF SEATS. Scott, Fiona 249
'Register now' call to play schemes. 94
10 things you didn't know about...; GEORGE CLOONEY. 257
A walk on the Wilde side; Battle for a council not worth the effort. Wilde, James 470
Adults invited to join a learning curve. 275
All-out attack reaps dividends; WATER POLO. 201
An eye on health of the future. 99
Ay up it's Steve Evans; Sobering thought if you hitch a lift. Evans, Steve 582
Bob MEE column; Boxing: Coventry fighters set for June return to city. MEE, Bob 1071
Bombed village was 'legitimate target'. 278
BOROUGH AXE FALLS ON TRIO. Brown, Derek 433
Brighter image of older people. 191
Brilliant Singh lifts Warwicks; CRICKET. 418
Call to act over taxes. 100
Chance to learn about science. 115
City players are top brass. 101
City under the hammer; Football. Turner, Andy 218
Civic service start for mayor. 188
Co-op plays millennium name game; NEW IMAGE MARKS DECADES OF GROWTH. Evans, Steve 282
Come and join us says band. 127
Competition of a dog eat dog world. Barratt, Claire 387
Correy boosts the Viking raiders; Football. Turner, Andy 202
COUNTRY WALK; Explore the Avon Valley. Weston, Ron 601
Cov kids take the honours; GYMNASTICS. 135
Demand to protect town health services. Tolfts, Lisa 185
Drawing on local history for a view of the past; MEMORIES: LONG-FORGOTTEN SCENES OF COVENTRY'S OLD LEGENDS, BUILDINGS AND STREETS ARE BROUGHT TO LIFE IN A RE-ISSUED BOOK. Draper, Keith 913
Elleray out of crunch; FOOTBALL. 139
Fan hopes to sell treasured Sky Blues' ball; PIECE OF SOCCER HISTORY COULD RAISE MONEY FOR CHARITY CUP. Summers, Kathryn 279
Fast, furious, dull; BOOKS. Chamberlain, Julie 112
Festival of flowers and song. 134
Filling in knowledge of dentists. 115
First joust of the season. 131
Football auction to help hospital. 138
Fowler to step down. 108
Frank tops city's role of pop fame. Taylor, Ernest 289
Free seeds for every reader. 284
Fresh hope for city asthma patients. 232
Fumes make 30 workers ill. 86
Fumes mystery clears factory; 16 WORKERS TREATED AT HOSPITAL. Wilson, Lucy 268
Fun on the farm plea. 89
Gardening: Clean up your act in the garden. Argument, Barbara 293
Gardening: Create a bearded beauty; DISCOVER A PASSION FOR PURPLE AND RAISE YOUR OWN STUNNING IRISES. Boenish, George 1914
GET STUCK IN, SAYS GORDON; Strachan orders players to end with a bang. Turner, Andy 295
Good read? You bet!; BOOKS. Levack, Catherine 116
Hartshill kids looking smart. 134
Help the Aged grant gives big lift to Hindu centre for elderly. 262
How a pedal car led to a racing dream; BROTHER AND SISTER GEAR UP FOR FORMULA 3 CHALLENGE. Mackenzie, Jenny 356
HUMAN SHIELD VICTIMS; Village carnage was Serbs' fault, insists Nato. Tegel, Simeon 289
In the courts: Drink-driver is banned. 380
Karters have lucky escape; MOTORSPORT. Roberts, Martin 432
Last toast to Reed. 80
Leading builder dies, aged 86. 145
Leap into action with a taste of art. 268
Letters: SATURDAY SOAPBOX; Contempt accusation was not warranted. 442
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1133
Life's a drag!; THE LATEST STAR TO GET IN TOUCH WITH HIS FEMININE SIDE TALKS ABOUT LEG WAXING AND MAKE-UP. McMULLEN, MARION 954
Looking ahead. 125
Mains work may cause delays. 159
Man has ear bitten off in attack. 113
Man,18 spared jail for racial abuse. 240
Men held after drugs raid. 135
Message in music for drugs campaign; POP SINGER TO TOUR SCHOOLS TO GET PUPILS' HELP IN CRIME BATTLE. Ewing, Richard 191
Minis recalled for brake safety check. 89
Minister on move after 10 years. 162
Mixing up a 50s cocktail. 122
Montgomerie takes time out to think of Rose; GOLF. 296
Mum is deadly serious. 136
Murder trial jury hears witness accounts. 286
Mystery man to rescue of town brewery; CASH MEANS AWARD-WINNING BUSINESS IS SET TO EXPAND INSTEAD OF CLOSING. Forster, Mark 446
Neighbours in plea over flood mystery. Hopker, Antony 303
New pledge signed over superhospital; WARWICKSHIRE HEALTH BOSSES DEMAND PROTECTION FOR ST CROSS. Tolfts, Lisa 348
Opening shots in battle of Spitfires; FRENCHMAN CLAIMS OWNERSHIP OF LAST OF FAMOUS MARQUE. Draper, Keith 366
Pair fail to feel the Force. 147
Pair fail to feel the Force. 175
Parkers favourites to lift the Trib Cup. 237
Party for pupils past and present. 106
Paul's path of help for school. 131
Plea after attack on pensioner. 89
READER HOLIDAYS; Take a colourful break in Holland. 250
School sets out stall for awards success; BLUE COAT PUPILS SWEEP BOARD AT YOUNG ENTERPRISE. Forster, Mark 275
Scores at risk from fire hazard blankets; NEARLY 70 PER CENT OF OLD ELECTRICAL WARMERS FOUND TO BE UNSAFE. Steedman, Josie 250
SECURITY RING AT TROUBLED FLATS. Hutson, Andy 212
Seeds of success sown at show; 20,000 EXPECTED AT NEW GARDENING EVENT IN WARWICKSHIRE. Summers, Kathryn 291
Shirt fetches pounds 500 at auction. 106
Show marks150th party. 144
Slim hopes pay off for cancer care. 106
Slotting into a new site. 107
Soldiers ask for single women to write. 188
Spotlight on the countryside. 118
Stage duo put on variety style. 140
Starry profile for actor Ewan. 252
Stewart happy to put the team first. 263
Strategy to solve transport problems. 168
Students backing a winner. 110
Support for MS sufferers. 99
Tea at number 10 treat. 102
Teenage raider spared prison. 106
The gripping return of maestro Jilly!; BOOKS. Jury, Sandra 247
THEATRE DREAM ON CUE; Delays won't hit opening. Ewing, Richard 261
Top officers win pounds 10,000 rises; 'SUPER JOBS' CREATED UNDER COUNCIL SHAKE-UP ARE FILLED BY EXISTING TEAM. Scott, Fiona 193
TOP Ten books; Books. 105
TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS; Sunday TV. McMullen, Marion 243
TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS; SATURDAY TV. McMullen, Marion 242
View from the clock tower; Who's the man in pink raincoat? Tolfts, Lisa 438
WE NEED YOUR HELP; Soldiers want load of toys for refugee tots. Parrish, Rachel 287
WEEKEND TV: ABBA CADABRA!; Celebrating the magical era of Sweden's most famous export. McMULLEN, MARION 599
When in Rome; Books. McMullen, Marion 92
Win . . . a family break in a luxury hotel. 301
WIN A PAIR OF CLUB BADGES FOR THE VODAFONE DERBY. 334

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