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

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'Blackmail' claim over Regent plan; RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION SAYS pounds 30m DECISION MUST NOT BE RUSHED. Wilde, James 408
'Meaner than Major' school funding rap; COUNTY HEAD SAYS OUT-OF-TOUCH WHITEHALL NOT PLAYING FAIR. Education, MARK FORSTER 279
'Nude Sophia' lure angers Loren. 163
'Our biggest concern'. Telegraph, TONY BLAIR Writes For Evening 396
Acting police chief makes changes. 249
Acting police chief makes key command changes at the top. 172
Aiming for little lifesavers. 97
Andy rings in new year outfit. 100
ANDY TURNER COLUMN: Strachan's the man to get it right but he will need time to build; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 855
Anger as council sticks to Mop Fair decision. 257
Arsenal look ready to go for all-out attack; FOOTBALL. 295
Benefactor's grave desecrated. 159
Bid to cut car crime by 30pc. Butler, Jo 324
Bike win is a wheel thrill. 128
Blake grabs hat-trick as Borough XI slam Police side 8-3; RUGBY UNION. 371
Branson signs up to appeal; TYCOON'S NAME TO FEATURE ON CATHEDRAL SCREEN. Hart, Nigel 214
CALL FOR EASIER WAY INTO TOWN; Plan for path to avoid jams on bridge. Evans, Steve 337
Call for student benefit backed. 92
Camp Hill project moves closer to reality. 214
Charity branch marks years of caring. 223
Checks find 25pc of blankets faulty. Tolfts, Lisa 203
Cinders to flick switch. 84
City cancer patients get LOTTERY LIFE-SAVER. 1251
City fares badly on pupil exclusions; Rate is above region's average. Forster, Mark 252
CITY HOSPITALS' TO BEAT CANCER; Massive slice of Lottery cash will buy equipment to diagnose and treat disease. Steedman, Josie 257
City school gains high marks for management. 202
Closed nursing home 'broke rules'. 121
Coniston take over top spot in Premier Two; FOOTBALL: NUNEATON SUNDAY LEAGUE. 755
Cooking quartet's meaty success. 156
Countdown begins as Dome tickets unveiled; RUSH EXPECTED AS SALES OPEN FOR PASSES TO pounds 758M VISITOR CENTRE. 277
Crash boy leaves hospital. 96
Crash leaves cyclist badly injured. 131
Cruyff delighted to show off his talents; FOOTBALL. Anderson, David 386
Cueing up for chance to raise cash. 155
Cueing up for charity. 130
Cyclist hurt in crash. 81
Dave pitches in for charity. 99
Delve back into history. 126
Diana Ross in airport arrest. 101
Dome tickets hit the Lottery trail; MIXED FEELINGS FOR ONE CITY NEWSAGENT AS MILLENNIUM LOOMS. Goulden, Barbara 311
Double gold for County schools; ATHLETICS. 427
DOWN - BUT NOT OUT YET; Strachan confident Sky Blues can pull off great Worthington Cup escape. Turner, Andy 557
Drivers leave cars at home. 182
Dying fox left on rail line for an hour. 154
Eighth almanac tells past in pictures. 116
Ex-Ram Sutton signs on; FOOTBALL. 339
Expert saves the day. 97
Farmers' demo a 'wake' for industry. 178
First Millennium Dome tickets go on public sale. 291
Foxes have no room for error; FOOTBALL. 251
Frankie's Ascot hopefuls; RACING. 342
Galaxy of stars backs school's sport appeal; SPARKLING RESPONSE TO pounds 1.5m DRIVE TO BUILD CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE. Barratt, Claire 360
Gallant Payne has to settle for third place; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 298
Garden lovers' genial host dies; SON OF WORKHOUSE MASTER WELCOMED THE WORLD TO HIS RIVERSIDE PARADISE. Argument, Barbara 405
Giving young chance of new skills. 189
GM food advice for restaurant owners. 149
Godiva cross-country runners off to good start; ATHLETICS. 149
Great Wall awaits charity cyclist. 170
Group's offer of help for dyslexic children. 237
Hamill hits top form for Bees comeback; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 232
Hayley's aiming to end the season with Florida flourish; TENNIS. Brown, Derek 224
Help at hand with new GM rules. 150
Help for abuse victims. 105
HELP US LIGHT UP LEAMINGTON; Telegraph backs pounds 30,000 bid to upgrade lights. Keay, Rebecca 306
Henry persuaded to widen his horizons; RACING. 651
Hospitals' pounds 4.6m for cancer fight. Steedman, Josie 374
Howard turns to flower power. 95
Hunt for masked robbers. 82
In the courts: Driver twice broke probation order. 523
Irish more prone to 'smoking diseases' HIGH DEATH RATE COMPOUNDS PICTURE OF DEPRIVATION FOR ETHNIC GROUP. Steedman, Josie 313
IT'S Rovers boss fires up his men for battle; FOOTBALL: AS SKY BLUES AIM TO CLAW BACK A 5-1 DEFICIT FROM FIRST LEG, TRANMERE MANAGER SAYS HE'S PREPARING FOR HOSTILITIES. Turner, Andy 453
Jaguar picks up engineering industry Oscar. 217
Joe Homan goes public. 121
Keeper Quailey gets call from his country; FOOTBALL. 156
LEADER: Why Rugby Radio station scheme must benefit all. 181
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1289
Litter record to crow about. 127
Lying your way to top. 187
Millennium night transport is going nowhere. 212
Minister calls for ban to be lifted across UK. 161
Model boats to sail into history display; OAR-SOME WORK BY TOWN CRAFTSMEN HEADS FOR MILLENNIUM DOME. Gibbons, Duncan 231
MP joins protests over 40percent rise in Virgin rail fares. 251
Mum's aim is to help others to cope. 218
New quake sparks flood alert. 228
OAPs living with bedtime perils; ELECTRIC BLANKET TESTING SESSIONS SHOW UP WORRYING FIGURES. Kukuruzovic, Simon 282
OAPs living with bedtime perils; MANY BLANKETS STILL UNSAFE - BUT MESSAGE IS GETTING THROUGH. Tolfts, Lisa 259
Office move brings reward. 172
Pam pitches in pounds 500. 80
Phil to build on firm's success. 110
Pipped to fame and fortune; SOUND OF THE 60's. McMULLEN, MARION 1049
Pledge over park tribute to Di. 223
Pledges to remember. 126
Policy vote on interest rates; LIB-DEMS CONFERENCE. Scott, Fiona 179
pounds 1/4million plea to put church to rights; RECTOR PUTS 12-MONTH DEADLINE ON REPAIRS TO CRUMBLING TOWER. Clarke, Samantha 317
Powerful images make big impression; TOP SCULPTOR PRAISES CAMP HILL ARTIST'S EXHIBITION TALENT. Parrish, Rachel 374
Price fights back for victory; SNOOKER. 313
Prison Service signs up race adviser. 117
Protest farmers halt town traffic. 152
Pubs embrace the GM-free message; CITY EATERIES AHEAD OF THE GAME AS NEW REGULATIONS COME IN WITH pounds 5,000 FINE PENALTY. Diver, Krysia 292
Pupils to brush up for nature. 185
Quake survivors phone for help from rubble. 217
READER HOLIDAYS; Cross the Atlantic to Canada or the US. 256
Revamp takes clinic to ahigher level. 128
REVIEW: Dark, satanic set not least of triumph. Tolfts, Lisa 260
Ring clue in hunt for gang. 202
RNIB catch up with rugby. 104
Saatchi booked to give Rover a shine. 161
Sad Reed limps out of Boro comeback; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 324
Saints march on thanks to Dean late show; FOOTBALL. Brown, Bill 647
Scandal potential in 'pay by results'. 188
School must admit that eating rules are a mistake. 184
School snack ban is 'legal'. 228
Search for net stars. 85
Six drop in to give church fund a lift. 182
Sound idea in church; METER APPEAL TO SHOW THAT SESSIONS FOR TOTS ARE CITY'S NOISIEST. Hargrave, Paul 189
Stage group recruits for Crusoe. 93
Star's Peru trek offer. 130
Stars line up to help school appeal. 242
Striving to make our roads safer ... BUT AT WHAT COST?; DOES IT TAKE AN ACCIDENT TO SPUR THE COUNCIL INTO INTRODUCING TRAFFIC CALMING MEASURES ON OUR CITY STREETS? McConkey, Alison 1514
Students to verse college staff. 120
Survey reveals poor finance advice. 135
Tesco staff ring up pounds s for charity. 112
Thieves strike in car blitz. 101
Thieves target cars in area's streets. 160
Tiger hopes first mistake will be his last; GOLF: COUNTDOWN TO THE RYDER CUP AT BROOKLINE. Garrod, Mark 524
Towers woe; BASKETBALL. 99
Traders dub parking fee rise road to ruin; BUSINESS CHIEFS CALL FOR U-TURN ON HUGE HIKE IN CENTRE PARKING. Ewing, Richard 344
TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 331
Vandalism at schools. 83
Vialli expects a fight; FOOTBALL. Anderson, David 361
Victory claim in arms trade protest. 238
Voice for the young; ST PAUL'S IN STOCKINGFORD GIVES CHILDREN CHANCE TO HAVE A SAY. Ray, Emma 269
Walk on wild side and clear shrubs. 83
WIN a fabulous garden makeover worth pounds 3,000. 309
Windfall for OAPs. 108
Woman stabbed during street quarrel. 191
World waits for Marconi unveiling; Geneva showcase for breakthrough. Williams, Alison 361
WRAPS OFF SHOPS AND SCREENS PLAN; Decision day next month for former GEC site. Clarke, Samantha 316
You can win with the Boro. 100
You tell gallery 'what is art?'. 136
Your chance to back the arts. 111
ZOE SIGNS OFF WITH TWO TITLES; ATHLETICS. 301

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