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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 31, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'Cut red tape' appeal. 121
'Only the start,' says elated Man City boss; FOOTBALL: Manchester City 2 Gillingham 2 (City win 3-1 on penalties). 550
'Phone votes in apathy war'. 124
'Til the milk break do us part'. 148
Ailleo at the double at Oulton; MOTORSPORT. 197
Artists invited. 118
Australia admit they planned go-show to oust New Zealand; CRICKET. Parrish, Rob 325
Ballet on a grand scale is flying in. 110
Beckham to remain at United; FOOTBALL. 166
Blisters to blame for my defeat says Greg; TENNIS. Malley, Frank 277
Blow to pounds 30m shops plan at old hotel. 254
Blow to stage groups as theatre faces grant cut. Atre, MARION McMULLEN 431
Books shortage. 84
Bosnich on way to Old Trafford; FOOTBALL. 104
Cake makers rise to occasion. 94
Campaign to stem waste of empty housing; NEIGHBOURS ASKED TO PINPOINT HOMES WHICH COULD BE IN USE. Hopker, Antony 413
Care homes sail through check. 94
Castles run backed. 113
College chefs turn market into kitchen. 177
Comedian puts MP on the spot. 285
Concierge plea. 135
Connie calls time on 40-year career. 223
Corser woe as Foggy cleans up; MOTORSPORT. 92
County names top fire officer. 103
Coventry duo rock after a hairpin roll; MOTORSPORT. 240
Crime-fighters get synchronised; Strategies set out in team plan. Gibbons, Duncan 300
Design team gives prison some style; Students offer an option to overalls. Barratt, Claire 226
Dome sets the right tone. 154
Drug rivals patch it up; TOP FIRMS LAUNCH ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN. Radowitz, John von 200
ENGLAND IN A STEW OVER CAPTAIN; CRICKET: Graveney pleads for time to think after World Cup disaster. Curtis, John 394
Expert help for pupils to get on the ball. 121
Father and son jailed over 'ringed' motorbikes. 361
Festival brings streets to life; COVENTRY CITY CENTRE WAS FILLED WITH PERFORMANCES BY 19 EXCITING ACTS ON SATURDAY WHO BROUGHT FUN, MUSIC AND LAUGHTER TO SEVEN VENUES AS SPECTATORS BASKED IN THE SUN. YOUNG, Words: NIGEL HART Pictures: SANDY 318
Festival kicks off with a big conga; HUNDREDS EXPECTED TO SHAKE A LEG FOR CELEBRATION OF CULTURAL MIX. Taylor, Ernest 326
FOREVER IN YOUR DEBT; Roll of honour to be sited at St Mary's Guildhall. Summers, Kathryn 372
FREE seeds for every reader. 207
French Holly all set for Gold Cup; HORSE RACING. 241
Fun to aid sport appeal. 264
GM flowers warning to gardeners. 145
Grafting for good of the country; FORMER FACTORY WORKERS TELL OF LONG HOURS KEEPING WAR MACHINE MOVING. Hargrave, Paul 617
HERITAGE VETO ON HOTEL'S REVAMP; Shops would 'ruin the Regent'. Ewing, Richard 242
Hi-tech gift for hospital patients. Hall, Paula 239
Irony's lost on England . . .; CRICKET WORLD CUP: HOST NATION ENGLAND ARE HUSTLED OUT ALREADY AND THERE'S MORE HUMILIATION IN STORE AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE. Hodgson, Myles 630
Just the TICKET!; AS THE TOURIST SEASON HOTS UP - AND BOILS OVER - IN A NEW TV SERIES, WE FIND OUT IF THERE'S AS MUCH AS DRAMA AND TRAGEDY IN THE BIRTHPLACE OF SHAKESPEARE. McCONKEY, ALISON 1088
Juventus stay quiet on Anelka speculation; FOOTBALL. 173
Lamb tries to look on the bright side of life; CRICKET. 572
Lecturers head out west. 164
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS; Our children come before 2000 clock. 1112
Leukaemia girl leads fund-raiser. 132
Link-up in fight against fly-tip menace. 151
Lloyd sad at end of his reign; CRICKET. Field, David 347
LOTTO BID BLOW FOR PINGLES; Cash decision held up. Hambridge, Karen 275
Man jailed for stealing from elderly women. 228
MAUREEN ON MONDAY; Balding fig tree is giving hubby a headache. Spring, Maureen 593
McLaren power eclipses Ferrari; MOTORSPORT: SPANISH GRAND PRIX. Gordon, Ian 508
Meals team joins war on crime. 157
Monty pledges to complete mission; GOLF: THE BENSON AND HEDGES INTERNATIONAL. Garrod, Mark 520
Murdered mum's family in vigil. O'REILLY, RUTH 320
Nadine hits the road for charity; Six-year-old leukaemia girl aims to help others. Cunningham, Catherine 317
Nato raids 'kill 23 civilians'. 113
ON THIS DAY. 98
PHILLIPS SIGNS KEEPER; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 312
Players tune up for charity. 125
Plea to turn backs on GM plants. 153
Poll hopefuls pay a visit. 148
Poster tackles confusion over NHS dentistry. 207
pounds 2,000 totted up for appeal. 247
Probation for rage attack on girlfriend; JUDGE DECIDES AGAINST JAIL BUT ORDERS TREATMENT PROGRAMME. Pring, John 324
Pupils in drive to teach motorists a lesson. 163
READER HOLIDAYS. 100
Rival boss gees up Bees' bid for Shield; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 223
School gains major sport awards. 145
Security nightmare for police; CRICKET. 154
Sex advice and free condoms for teens. Hall, Paula 329
Shooting star sets her sights on the Olympics; ARCHERY: NAOMI FOLKARD IS LEAMINGTON'S GREAT HOPE FOR SYDNEY 2000. Draper, Roger 784
Sinking pirates to be easier. 114
Sky Blues' new kit to go on view at club open weekend; FOOTBALL. 292
Spring champions; NUNEATON GARDENERS SWEEP THE BOARD IN NEW BOROUGH-WIDE COMPETITION HELD IN MEMORY OF FORMER COUNCIL MACE BEARER TONY SMITH. Parrish, Rachel 450
Stand by for the Phantom Menace!; TOWN'S CINEMA BOSSES BRACE THEMSELVES FOR STAR WARS MANIA. Ewing, Richard 320
Students come out dancing. 115
Students ready to rock in park; MAYOR'S HOSPICE AT HOME APPEAL WILL BENEFIT FROM CONCERT. Barratt, Claire 314
Super Warwicks too hot for Leicestershire; BOWLS. Oliver, Greg 277
SUPERSTORE PLANS MASSIVE REVAMP; 'No hassle' pledge to neighbours. Gibbons, Duncan 250
The dancer looking for untapped talent; AFTER SUCCESS IN THE SHOW TAP DOGS COVENTRY DANCER STUART CARROLL HOPES TO BRING HIS JOY OF DANCE TO A NEW SCHOOL. McMULLEN, MARION 855
Trip to insect world. 98
TV TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 390
Victory after cut in hours. 112
Volleyballers celebrate first major win; VOLLEYBALL. 159
WIN tickets to see Coventry Crusaders at the new Rank Centre. 315
Work for old folk. 97
Workers stole toys from back of their own lorries. 217
YFCs to show off. 101

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