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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 22, 1999)

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'It was as if he had chosen the date to die' MUM TELLS OF SADNESS OVER SON'S DEATH AT 24 AFTER A NIGHT OUT WITH FRIENDS. Barratt, Claire 355
'Make your own CD' kiosks on way. 93
'Unwanted square will blight our city centre' GALA HIPPODROME AN IMPORTANT PART OF HERITAGE, CAMPAIGNER TELLS INQUIRY. Wilson, Lucy 311
Actor brothers who lookso alike; MARTIN KNEW I WOULD ENJOY THE WORK, SAYS JOHN. McMULLEN, MARION 359
Ageing effects to avoid. 107
An artist's viewpoint. 103
And it's hello to them - just one more time. 107
Ann picked to fight Holbrook ward. 150
ART and exhibitions. Bell, Lucy 444
Art for all comes via the fax machine. 334
Arts link could be a winner. Smith, Stewart 236
At long last - the SkyDome opens!; AFTER MONTHS OF WAITING THE CITY'S NEW ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE COMPLEX PROMISES TO RE-INVENT COVENTRY'S NIGHTLIFE. Hopker, Antony 868
Awards for firms backed by MP. 111
Baby slap woman escapes jailterm. 240
Balloon goes up to pay for lights. 107
Band sends out 'Join us' call to bored young folk. 191
Bells to ring out on war tribute day; CHURCHES RESPOND TO ARMISTICE EVENT. Wilson, Lucy 279
Bermuda trio beaten in final; BOWLS. 226
Bid to break the taboos of bowel cancer. Hall, Paula 333
Blair fund denies Robinson donation. Scott, Fiona 319
Boiler bother makes Bob hot. 157
BORO'S HOME TRUTHS; FOOTBALL: Boss in call for more desire from his side. Brown, Derek 375
Bosses offer reward after robberies. 238
Boy, 9, treated for meningitis. 241
Brendan PHILLIPS: the Boro boss' exclusive column; We must cut out errors that have cost us dearly; FOOTBALL. PHILLIPS, Brendan 1015
BRIAN ANDERSEN: THE BEES SKIPPER'S VIEW: I'm so thrilled to have put my career on track; SPEEDWAY. Andersen, Brian 503
Callous thieves steal charity box. Clarke, Samantha 338
Cash helps spread word. 203
Cashman seeks home away from the Square. Scott, Fiona 232
CINEMA: Breaking the silence; GO2. 117
CINEMA: TARZAN FACTS; GO2. Wood, Michael 214
CINEMA: Tarzan is just VINE; GO2. Wood, Michael 345
CINEMA: The draw of the JUNGLE; GO2. Wood, Michael 439
CINEMA: Well, it Disney get any better than this; GO2. Wood, Michael 189
City boss backs 'positive' Palmer; FOOTBALL. Wilson, Michelle 304
City duo up for fight night spectacular; BOXING. 84
City honour for seaman. Taylor, Ernest 283
CLASSICAL: Welcome return for clarinettist; GO2. Mckenzie, Jenny 300
Club blooms to 500. 83
Colin's dying plea to watch England; CANCER PATIENT IN 14-HOUR PHONE BATTLE FOR WEMBLEY TICKETS. Steedman, Josie 398
Contracts boost for AMEC. 81
COUNTRY: Ken's back to grass roots; GO2. Stuart, Frances 245
CRACKDOWN ON ROWDY RIDERS; Police check on buses laden with schoolchildren. Cunningham, Catherine 313
Crime watch centre opened. 232
Delight after Fallon tops 200 - at last; RACING. Robson, Michael 743
Dentists filling the NHS gap; NON-REGISTERED ACCESS IMPROVING IN CITY. Steedman, Josie 240
Disco aims to help girl's title bid. 134
Elephants drunk on rice beer kill four. 85
Emma tribute cash pours in for appeal. Parrish, Rachel 293
Emmy hope for play. 147
Encore for sell-out charity concert; HOSPICE TO BENEFIT AFTER MANY ARE DISAPPOINTED IN TICKETS RUSH. Keay, Rebecca 263
Energy saving in home tips. 85
Engine passes a red light. 116
Fair Cher of the action!; THE SINGER SHOWS WHAT MAKES HER SUCH A STAR. Poole, Alan 452
Farmers present bare facts on beefcake. 97
FOLK: Knightley solo tour and album; GO2. Willow, Pete 190
Food parcels for the homeless. 94
Fun runners smash all the records!; DELIGHT AS GOOD CAUSES PREPARE TO SHARE pounds 64,000. Hart, Nigel 222
Gift adds colour to hospitals. 106
Girl's 'evil' rapist is jailed for life; COURT TOLD OF NUNEATON TEENAGER'S KIDNAP ORDEAL. Evans, Steve 331
Guscott decision leaves a big hole; RUGBY UNION. Baldock, Andrew 316
Hamad cuts loose after weigh-in confusion; BOXING. Field, David 319
Harassed Bradbury signs Reece on loan; FOOTBALL: NON-LEAGUE PREVIEW. Rbown, Derek 639
Heavenly project is raising spirits; CHILDREN FROM ALL OVER COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE ARE EXPRESSING THEIR PERCEPTIONS OF THE FACE OF GOD IN WORDS AND PICTURE. 693
Helen on run to Big Apple. 93
Help patients at home plan to avoid bed crisis; ELDERLY, ASTHMATICS AND HEART PATIENTS TARGETED BY PRESSURE GROUP. Hall, Paula 309
Helpers turn back the clock. 158
HOSPITAL ACCIDENT UNIT FOR CHILDREN; Grant to create 'more friendly' building. Hambridge, Karen 288
Hot week for Danish visitors; AIRPORT EMERGENCY EXERCISE VOTED HIGHLIGHT OF YOUNG FIREFIGHTERS' STAY. Wilson, Lucy 247
HUCK IN CITY SPY MISSION; FOOTBALL: Ex-striker gives Strachan low-down on Wednesday. Wilson, Michelle 528
Illegal group found a refuge. 94
IN THE COURTS; Probation offender gets jail. 831
It's Bravo to the new Fiat Punto; MOTORING. Smith, Stewart 479
Jackpot dream is the big draw. 235
JAZZ: SOUND approach; GO2. Caldwell, Bob 175
Jeans are just great! 139
Karate kid's gold success. 181
Kiel trip exchange success. 116
Labour in 'safe seats' move. 158
Leamington bids for the No 1 spot; TOWN CENTRE GROUP PRODUCES 'FIRST CHOICE' ACTION PLAN. Ewing, Richard 236
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1227
Lights of Love will be lit again. Barratt, Claire 217
Lions targeting Moseley match as one they can win; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 267
Little luxuries for new mums. 166
Local pair reach for the Skydome; BOXING. Roberts, Martin 670
Lucky chip for stranded cat. 90
Man hurt in attack. 88
Mika's back from World Cup for Cov; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 431
Milk money stolen. 99
Millennium alert on fire alarms. 150
More women at work. 83
MP hopeful in battle over high hedges. Cuthbertson, Hayley 210
New face on board of trust. 96
NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY FEARS; Leamington plan could end in violence - police. Keay, Rebecca 262
Nicole loses out to MP 'Doris'. 158
Nuns make changes for Sheffield; RUGBY UNION. 253
Offices plan for church site rejected. 99
On the wrong track. 97
On-board computer bugs could become party crashers. 181
Parker and Ridge meet in Charity Cup; FOOTBALL. 205
PAUL DALE: STRAIGHT TALKING; Shocking double standards over VIP visitors. Dale, Paul 522
Plea to slow down traffic. 119
Police warning after man called. 88
Police warning on Tarmac offers. 115
pounds 1.5bn - the cost of work related illness. 251
pounds 100,000 left to charities; VILLAGE CHURCH AMONG GROUPS TO BENEFIT IN WOMAN'S pounds 6m WILL. Clarke, Samantha 252
pounds 5,000 haul by layby lorry raiders. 146
pounds 700,000 drugs haul seized from garage; POLICE SAY SWOOP IS MAJOR SUCCESS IN WAR AGAINST DEALERS. Hargrave, Paul 242
Preacher who'll take tea with Queen. 153
Protesters screened by police. 257
Public shown work of help bureau. 135
Pupils' visit gives OAPs a smile. 166
RAIL PLAN IS ON AGAIN. Tolfts, Lisa 299
Rap for UK beef supporter. 84
Rape denied by ex-social worker; BEHAVIOUR WAS 'FOOLISH AND INAPPROPRIATE'. Cuthbertson, Hayley 234
READER HOLIDAYS; Experience a Canadian adventure. 206
Ref swore at me, claims Di Canio; FOOTBALL: UEFA CUP. 269
Regent Hotel owners hit back in auction row. 149
Richard KEYS a Sky Blues fan's view; Palmer proves he's a winner with fine start; FOOTBALL. KEYS, Richard 561
Robson joins the Bees injury list; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 155
ROCK: SOUND BYTES. 214
Russia admits market death attack. 148
Samoan back from World Cup for Cov; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 353
Schools' cash boost. 84
Scotland feel they are starting to get it together; RUGBY UNION. 246
Sky Blue pair score with their hands. 178
SkyDome heralds a bright future for the city centre; COMMENT. 174
Small firm gets help with big ideas. 147
Store joins boycott on French produce. Murphy, Eileen 269
Stores to aid the community; MADD DAY AIMS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO PEOPLE. Barratt, Claire 265
Suicide verdict on man dead in wood. 174
Testing time for Brendan. 85
The easiest way to buy your dream kitchen. 365
THE LIMIT; GO2. Subanandan, Arj 308
THEATRE: Straight from set to STAGE; GO2. Mcmullen, Marion 536
TO THE GROUND; GO2. Crutchlow, Dayle 474
Top hospital posts axed. 163
Tories to start search for Commons hopeful. 117
Tots find it's fun indoors. 83
Tribute as fire station closes. 172
TV giant to put Brandon in focus; CARLTON LINK-UP PROMISES HELP FOR NATURE RESERVE. Hargrave, Paul 201
TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS; GO2. McMULLEN, MARION 283
Under-11s go so close to victory in opening game of the season; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 204
Venetia's day to remember!; RACING. 538
VIDEOS: COURTING trouble; GO2. Cain, Tara 538
Visitors see seat of power. 86
Wait for action on speeding. Pring, John 264
Walkabout bull stops the traffic. 84
We'll take a beating, admits Wales coach; RUGBY UNION. Baker, Steven 385
What does supermum want? The super-mini; MOTORING. Smith, Stewart 164
What's being shown off at the big show ...; MOTORING. Smith, Stewart 301
Williams doubtful for trip to seaside; FOOTBALL: NON-LEAGUE PREVIEW. 348
Wilson points to better times a for Owls luck to turn ahead; FOOTBALL: Wednesday boss upbeat despite poor start to season. Wilson, Michelle 739
WIN fabulous Tarzan goody bags; GO2. 213
WIN pounds 1,000. 315

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