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

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Title Author Type Words
Agenciesjoin as partners in design. 144
Aid for needy on the cards. 101
Alan strikes gold. 87
Alarm over bird's decline. 131
Another ton for Hannon; RACING. 500
Appeal for kids to back charity event. 145
Are you fighting fit? 143
ART and exhibitions. Bell, Lucy 335
ASK ANGELA: THE AGONY AUNT WITH A HEART. Mcgarry, Angela 600
Attack by German envoy angers city; AMBASSADOR TOLD: DON'T LUMP US WITH REST OF IGNORANT UK. Diver, Krysia 373
Barriers set to put a stop to car parking chaos. 220
Bid to cut teen pregnancy figures; PART OF CITY HAS ONE OF HIGHEST RATES IN COUNTRY. Steedman, Josie 341
Blair in EU crime talks. 123
Blaze guts Coventry supermarket. Cuthbertson, Hayley 173
Brian ANDERSEN: the Bees skipper's view; I'm ready to go for broke in Lonigo...; SPEEDWAY. ANDERSEN, Brian 401
Bridge closure delays loom. 97
Bruised Magpies pose a backlash danger to City; FOOTBALL. 877
Brushing up on new skills. 121
Buy-out of glazing firm. 108
Cash aid for cancer care charity. 117
Cash help for church. 104
Chance to sample college life; TASTER COURSE TARGETS MOTHERS. Hopker, Antony 270
Children snub their family firms. 205
CITY BANK ON DREAM RESULT; Strachan eager to play down Shearer factor. Turner, Andy 587
City council race policy criticised; ATTACK FOLLOWS AWARD OVER SACKING. Hopker, Antony 243
City star's big match; GOALKEEPER MAGNUS MARRIES CHART-TOPPING FORMER MODEL. Hart, Nigel 200
College links pay off in style; PARTNERS COME UP TRUMPS WITH GIFTS OF MEDIA AND CATERING EQUIPMENT. Education, MARK FORSTER 287
Conference newshounds. 135
Conmen escape with pounds 160. 156
Countdown can now get going; COVENTRY SUPERHOSPITAL DECISION. Hall, Paula 330
County backs skills bid. 102
Crowds head for the Job Scene. 91
Doctor not guilty of misconduct; DRUGS OVERDOSE ERROR LED TO CANCER PATIENT'S DEATH. 394
Doug throws down a trek of a challenge. 104
Drugs seized in police raids. 99
Electronic count for London Mayor. 137
England confident of progress; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 273
Estate agents lukewarm on law changes; MOVES TO END GAZUMPING 'COULD CREATE MORE PROBLEMS'. Cuthbertson, Hayley 274
Family's agony of 'terminalillness' blunder. 111
Feeling fruity at Ryton. 84
Freak injury could end Fasliyev career; RACING. Still, Stephen 277
From Square to ring for Judith; FORMER SOAP STAR LOOKS FORWARD TO HER KICK BOXING DEBUT. Taylor, Ernest 246
Gearing up to show off motoring hopes. Smith, Stewart 313
Gee back to bolster Nuneaton in Cup bid; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 506
Geri backs pounds 10m plea. 122
Gordon wanted Gally; FOOTBALL. 128
Gowran Park double for Williamson; RACING. 155
Greenbacks aim for away boost; FOOTBALL. Harris, John 568
Help put bid on right track. 156
Here comes 2000. Simoniti, Paul 745
Hidden uses for rubbish. 100
Ideas sought for site. 135
IN THE COURTS; Damage charge man is put on probation. 439
Jabs could keep 60,000 free of flu. Hall, Paula 334
Japan civic group studies city centre project. 150
Jockey Webb in fall horror; RACING. 109
Joint bid to tackle hooligans. Hargrave, Paul 258
Just the part for Juliet's leading man... 104
Just the trick! 134
Just what the Doctor ordered!; SCI-FI FAN GARRY IS AMONG THE HUNDREDS SET TO MATERIALISE AT A CITY CONVENTION. Argument, Barbara 448
Labour colleagues in pre-poll tussle. 258
Lack of drivers maroons disabled; SOCIAL PROGRAMME HIT AS MINIBUS STANDS IDLE. Cuthbertson, Hayley 256
Leeds keen to sign up Lomu; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 108
Leeds try to lure Lomu. 110
Let's go forward with a single aim; COVENTRY SUPERHOSPITAL DECISION. Hall, Paula 184
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1179
Library to open with a magic touch. 116
Lorry drivers caught in M40 checks. 131
Lots of goodies to fund Oz trip. 115
Many more hurdles to leap; COVENTRY SUPERHOSPITAL DECISION. Hall, Paula 412
Marathon deadline. 85
Marry again, dad urges Fergie. 101
Match and mend for Elite rivals; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 240
Mental health service's sigh of relief; COVENTRY SUPERHOSPITAL DECISION. Hall, Paula 216
MONEY WATCH; Which is the best mortgage deal for me? Ltd, BRYAN FISHER Of Berkeley Financial Planning 645
Mowlam refuses new title. 111
Mucky diesel is a myth; MOTORING. Smith, Stewart 190
National focus on a better life for elderly. 187
New 'copter a flying tribute to tragic cop. 138
New aid scheme for growers. 82
New helicopter takes to the air; DEAD PC IS REMEMBERED AT LAUNCH OF UP-TO-DATE MACHINE. Diver, Krysia 273
New station hopes rise. 117
Newcastle fixture row; FOOTBALL. Bradley, Mark 414
Nifty fingers help bring a warm glow to homeless. 160
Odds are stacked in Cov's favour; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 300
Opening day for classrooms. 121
Outlook is healthy for old folk; CITY CHOSEN TO HOST CONFERENCE AS IT DEBATES NEW APPROACH TO AGEING. Pring, John 353
Paging aid for Third World. 104
Pat writes a new chapter in her life; PAT DIXON HAS DEDICATED HER BOOK ON BRIDAL HAIR AND BEAUTY TO THE NURSES WHO HELPED HER THROUGH THE TRAUMA OF LOSING HER LEG. Argument, Barbara 909
Patients will get a better service. Tolfts, Lisa 265
PAUL DALE: STRAIGHT TALKING; Moving moments for the prudent politician. Dale, Paul 511
Plans that came and went; COVENTRY SUPERHOSPITAL DECISION. Hall, Paula 326
Plaudits for fleet control technology. Williams, Alison 217
Police set out aims as base opens; OFFICERS WILL BE AIMING TO WORK WITH THE COMMUNITY TO CUT CRIME IN FOLESHILL. Hopker, Antony 441
pounds 1.5m boost for nursery places. Forster, Mark 227
pounds 25,000 share-out for Rugby groups. Hutson, Andrew 240
READER HOLIDAYS; Take your Valentine to New York. 227
REBELLION OVER LIBRARY'S NAME; Call to honour famous Rugby father and son. Tolfts, Lisa 412
Residents angry at council veto on safety plea. Tyrrell, Sarah 231
Richard KEYS: a Sky Blues fan's view; FOOTBALL: It's such a shame Scotland won't be going to Euro 2000! KEYS, Richard 617
Robinson will make debut for Lions; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 267
Rugger traps the TV cheats. 195
Save money on terrific clothes. 178
Scene set for a record theatrical challenge; RSC TO MARK MILLENNIUM BY STAGING SHAKESPEARE HISTORY CYCLE. McMULLEN, MARION 241
School leaves message for future. 144
Schools challenge. 134
Scientist backs phone mast fight; PHYSICIST VOICES DOUBTS OVER MICROWAVE RADIATION SAFETY. Wilde, James 264
Seven Brits accepted for Longchamp big race; RACING. 190
Share a toothbrush? Not with Liz. 106
SHOPS' SNUB FOR SUNDAY TRADING; Town centre organisers disappointed by response. Keay, Rebecca 269
SIDES UNITE BEHIND NEW CITY HOSPITAL; Opposing camps to work together. Hall, Paula 514
Simply electric, minister! 99
So why did Jack climb his beanstalk? 85
Sports Minister Hoey pledges her support; RACING. 199
Stars backing ITV campaign. 131
Street thief in knife threat. 103
Subaru's Impreza supercar; MOTORING. Smith, Stewart 119
Surprised lion just wanted to play! 136
Sykes welcomes back striker; FOOTBALL. Horsfall, Phil 245
The model to end all those Skoda gags?; MOTORING. Smith, Stewart 261
Thieves wreck job prospects. 149
Thomas demands victory; FOOTBALL. 256
Tommi helps launch new baby Shogun; MOTORING. Smith, Stewart 101
Town digs in for another tilt at bloom title. 140
Traders flouting age laws face crackdown; CIGARETTES, FIREWORKS, TARGETED WITH HELP OF YOUNG 'SHOPPERS'. 272
Traders flouting age laws targeted. Wilde, James 272
Traders flouting age laws targeted; CRACKDOWN ON CIGARETTE AND FIREWORK SALES IN COUNTY. Hutson, Andrew 261
Traders' gift for hospital. 123
Trio try out new act. 91
TV appeal brings in new leads on hijack; MORE THAN 90 PEOPLE PHONE POLICE OVER COMPUTER THEFT HORROR. Keay, Rebecca 241
United savour days in the sun; FOOTBALL. Rodgers, Ian 333
Villeneuve stuns his own team with fastest time; FORMULA ONE. Gordon, Ian 389
VS look to Dyer for Burnham trip; FOOTBALL. Wilson, Michelle 570
Where to get bonfire tickets. 137
WIN an exclusive pounds 2,000 mural for your home. 336
Winning cattle bonus prizes. 112
Youth injured in hit and run. 93

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