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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 20, 1999)

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'Fares please' for final journey. 94
'Fares please' for the final journey. 152
'KIDS ARE JUST GARDEN PESTS' Allotment veterans want youngsters banned. Keay, Rebecca 280
A day for learning. 124
A rummage around comes up with the goods. 215
Ace Hendry is back to his brilliant best; SNOOKER. 281
Adams in blast at Bears pitch doctors; CRICKET. 248
Aiello is raining touring car champ; MOTORSPORT: STOCK CAR RACING AND BRITISH TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP. 246
Alison leading way at club with Crufts success. 173
Amiss fury at double drop; CRICKET. 226
Andrew throws the opposition!; Judo star shines at World Student Games. Harris, Alan 258
Appeal against ceasefire ruling. 215
Attack victim slashed with machete. 182
Babysitter and children flee smoke danger. 125
Back the Boro - and win. 98
BACK TO BASICS; FOOTBALL: Defence the first priority for Strachan after Spurs defeat. Turner, Andy 378
Back to past a hit for future. 93
Balding's talking does the trick; RACING. 522
Bedworth clinch a place in top flight; CRICKET. 289
BETTER DEAL FOR WORRIED PARENTS; Child wards asked to improve hospital feedback. Hambridge, Karen 255
Bike ride raises a record pounds 6,000. 132
Blaze fears. 131
BORO AIMING TO STAY AT THE TOP; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 438
BOYS KILLED IN CAR SMASH HORROR; Eight pals between 11 and 16 in trip disaster. Hart, Nigel 429
Brawls put several in hospital; ARRESTS AS YOUTHFUL HIGH SPIRITS SPILL OVER INTO VIOLENCE. Ewing, Richard 356
Brits snub Tom Jones show. 205
Brussels mission to promote Rugby; COUNCILLORS TO BRIEF MEPs ON BOROUGH'S TRADE AND TOURISM OBJECTIVES. Tolfts, Lisa 314
Burrows: Throw the book at me; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 280
Call for pounds 110,000 to restore gardens. 131
Campaigners tuck in to help homeless; Event aims to revive service. 304
Carnival capers in the park; COMMUNITY'S FIRST 'PARTY'PULLS IN THE CROWDS TO PLAN FOR THE FUTURE. Barratt, Claire 377
Case against homes sale. 89
Cast's novel way to promote tear-jerker. 137
Castle scheme adds up to a great idea. 107
Charity to dream up new 'sleep-out' idea; ANOTHER DISAPPOINTING RESPONSE TO LINK-UP'S ANNUAL MONEY SPINNER. Hambridge, Karen 311
Chuffed to bits!; BIDDERS FINALLY RUN OUT OF PUFF AS 1930s TOY GOES INTO RECORD BOOKS. Hutson, Andrew 249
Church demolition plan gets backing; 'Think again' plea by MP. Taylor, Ernest 360
Classroom moves in on factory workers; Training is now just a step away. Williams, Alison 307
Clearing the way. 103
Concern at Pope's Iraq visit. 142
Council reveals 'wages' costs. 141
Cov told to tighten up after first Premiership defeat; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 282
Darts marathon aims for charity bullseye; Players raise cash for victims of eye disease. Kukuruzovic, Simon 382
Dressed up for the past. 87
Driving course gives disabled Elaine a lift; WHEELCHAIR-BOUND MUM ENCOURAGES OTHERS TO STRIVE FOR SUCCESS. Hambridge, Karen 315
Elite troops joins Timor force. 202
European duo struggling for form; GOLF. 201
Evelyn raises a cup to long life. Barratt, Claire 265
FOOTBALL: Another goal feast - another City defeat; ACTION REPLAY: Slack Sky Blues the fall guys in all-action London encounter. Writer, ANDY TURNER Chief 1182
FOOTBALL: Back of the NET; ACTION REPLAY. 542
FOOTBALL: Eight-goal romp is a dream for Robson; ACTION REPLAY. 486
FOOTBALL: Everton are beginning to believe in themselves; ACTION REPLAY. Walker, Paul 429
FOOTBALL: Kewell back in the goals; ACTION REPLAY. Parkes, Ian 626
FOOTBALL: Merson is still fighting demons; ACTION REPLAY. 338
FOOTBALL: Phillips is top of the pops; ACTION REPLAY. 217
FOOTBALL: Players should refund suffering supporters' Tranmere expenses; ACTION REPLAY. 202
FOOTBALL: Stratford earn point; ACTION REPLAY. 124
FOOTBALL: TERRACE VERDICT; ACTION REPLAY. 337
FOOTBALL: Time running out for Danny; ACTION REPLAY. Spellman, Damian 590
FOOTBALL: VIEW FROM THE DUGOUT; ACTION REPLAY. 468
Fresh approach to fitness. 114
Friends salute brave Ellie. 182
Garden project nearer. 120
Gem of a job for a model with sparkle. 96
Groups win lottery boost. 123
Harrison lands world title in thrilling finale; MOTORSPORT: STOCK CAR RACING AND BRITISH TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP. Robotham, Dave 512
Hats off to new look store. 123
Hattersley to headline literary do; BID TO DITCH 'CULTURAL DESERT' IMAGE. Steedman, Josie 283
History of pubs course offered. 139
Huge blaze tears through yard. 160
Ideas sought to bring life back to town centres. 161
Jail for teenager who killed girl, 12, in crash; TWO-YEAR SENTENCE FOR NUNEATON DRIVER WHO RAN DOWN SISTERS. Hargrave, Paul 315
Jail for teenager who killed girl; TWO-YEAR SENTENCE FOR DRIVER WHO RAN DOWN SISTERS. Hargrave, Paul 316
John, Paul, George, Ringo ... and Alan!; SOUND OF THE 60s. McMULLEN, MARION 1198
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1101
Little Bond Street is traders' dream; CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED TO CHANGE NAME OF FASHIONABLE ROAD. Wilde, James 265
Lower speed limit plans to curb accidents. 291
Man on sex charge. 86
Marriage collapse claims. 83
MAUREEN ON MONDAY; I hope I see my daughter's daughter reach 21. Spring, Maureen 590
Milk Bar pool plans. 107
Mixed fortunes for Hinckley and Atherstone; FOOTBALL. 177
New cash plea for ex-Japanese PoWs; City veterans welcome backing from 333 MPs. Diver, Krysia 274
New headmaster eager to take up challenge; 'CHILDREN HAVE TO ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR LEARNING'. Forster, Mark 324
New-look club to get a Latin theme. Clarke, Samantha 201
Nurses plan to wash away the 'superbugs'. Hall, Paula 246
Office plans opposed. 100
ON THE DRAWING BOARD; Plans await verdict from council. 281
Opening hours cut after armed robbery. 224
Park's bird event. 86
Party time at charity shops. 93
Pensioner robbed in 'power cut' ploy at flat. 98
Pensioner stunned as car hits bungalow; WOMAN, 97, FINDS SHATTERED GLASS ON HER BED AFTER ACCIDENT. Summers, Kathryn 364
People urged to join lobby. 137
Plan to lure businesses. 87
Plea for help on history of Old Mill pub. 214
Plea for relief road change to restore train service. 206
pounds 30,000 raid by art gang. 127
pounds 30,000 RAID BY ART GANG; Nine oil paintings snatched from OAP. Tolfts, Lisa 215
Prince invites MP to briefing. 133
READER HOLIDAYS. 82
Rehearsals under way for musical hit. 143
Relegated Bears blast controversial decision; CRICKET. James, John 675
Repairs on homes - but work still needs doing. 224
Review of speed limits can't come too soon; COMMENT. 184
Rival in beauty stakes! 83
Saddled up for safety. 108
Safety claims at train crash inquiry. 170
Saints opens door to future. 148
Santa gets in early. 107
School finds the right answers; CHILDREN, STAFF AND PARENTS BOUNCE BACK AFTER 'DEMORALISING' BLOW. Education, Mark Forster 664
Street art and market stalls part of pounds 840,000 project. 265
Striker Martin quits at United; FOOTBALL. 219
Survey 'yes' to health levy. 194
Take Our Timmy to storm in at Warwick; RACING. 585
Talks aim for a rail and road breakthrough. 241
Tesco plays Internet card in prices war; AS ASDA PROMISES SHOPPERS UP TO 10% OFF ON ITEMS IN RANGE . . . Tyrrell, Sarah 281
Tesco slip to defeat; INDOOR SOCCER. 141
The driving force behind city festival; FIRST FESTIVAL FOR THE OVER-FIFTIES IS SET TO KICK OFF IN COVENTRY. Cuthbertson, Hayley 457
Tips for over-50s asthma sufferers. 124
Town passes its red alert test. 248
Toy bidders run out of puff at record pounds 3,175. 188
Traders' fury at ban on bought-in goods; COUNCIL DRAWS UP NEW GUIDELINES FOR HATTON COUNTRY WORLD. Wilde, James 398
Transformed: Awards mark the rebirth of Mossdale; COMMUNITY PRIZE-GIVING AND CELEBRATION FOR CITY'S 'NEW-STYLE VILLAGE'. 313
Travelmate set for final warm-up at Haydock; RACING. 204
Trinidad shatters dancing De la Hoya; BOXING. 295
Trust enjoys record month. 114
TV star backs clean-up campaign. 195
TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 291
Warning over spate of caravan thefts. 135
Wedding trip disaster. 205
Wildlife in the frame. 87
WIN a fabulous garden makeover worth pounds 3,000. 263
Women 'missing out'. 80

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