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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 25, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'No nonsense' Blair. 94
'No' to appeal by flat cap robber. 130
10 things you didn't know about... STEVE MARTIN. 201
200-year wait for elbow op. 123
A rich seam of pit history dug up; HISTORIANS COLLECT MEMORIES OF MORE THAN 17 MINING FAMILIES. Barratt, Claire 300
A stunning read from the King; BOOKS. Allen, Paul 251
A walk on the WILDE SIDE. Wilde, James 530
Andersen won't ride again this season; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 165
Appeal over signs. 86
AXE LIFTED ON MONEY SPINNER; St Cross booters may be back in business. Clarke, Samantha 264
Ay up it's EVANS; Break-time row really takes the biscuit! Evans, Steve 494
Bank on us for the new year - police. 97
Bawdy romp is a comfortable laugh; BOOKS. Hopker, Antony 170
Bendall wins it; BOXING. 122
BOB MEE COLUMN: Las Vegas letdown is another false dawn; BOXING. Mee, Bob 887
Book a date with an author; BOOKS. 210
Card stolen from parlour. 84
Caroline beats tough course for a vital win; EQUESTRIANISM. Healey, Kate 540
Chance for budding stars. 109
Charity team in plea for helpers. 114
City high in cancer survival figures; NEW 'MAP' HAILED AS ENDORSEMENT OF WALSRAVE SERVICES. Steedman, Josie 228
City nature-lovers' 2000 cheers for brewery; DONATION WILL HELP KEEP BEAUTY SPOT OPEN FOR 999 YEARS. Hopker, Antony 251
COUNTRY WALK; Meander to a mining village. Weston, Ron 488
Crash victim named. 84
Day of sadness for Jill's fiance. 154
Dog owner jailed for stabbing pet. 148
Double stabbing: Man held. 93
Drama talent heads for the Dome. 199
EL NINO BLOWS USA AWAY; GOLF: Wonderkid Sergio puts Europe 6-2 ahead in Ryder Cup. Malley, Frank 346
Fancier gives his pigeons the bird. 237
Farewell to first-class Lee; POPULAR POSTIE EMIGRATES TO NEW ZEALAND. Gibbons, Duncan 246
Fax your mark for art. 96
Festival shows students' film. 83
Fight of own making for Red Cross. 143
First class first aiders. 158
First nomination in for design prizes; BULL YARD/DRESDEN PLACE IS SUGGESTED FOR 1999 AWARD SCHEME. Hargrave, Paul 272
Fitness fun day for the over fifties. 154
Force passes year 2000 test. 117
French fun for children. 128
Fresh look at faith after 2,000 years; CHURCH OFFERS CHANCE TO EXPLORE CHRISTIANITY IN INFORMAL WAY. Kukuruzovic, Simon 317
GARDENING WITH GEORGE; Don't let wind rock kill your plants. Boenish, George 1020
Getting advice on tax. 93
Greg and Tim give Britain first blood; davis cup TENNIS. Casey, Phil 423
Hakkinen dominates practice; grand prix. 154
Heat is on for church. 97
High Street knitty-gritty; ATHERSTONE-BASED DESIGNER MARION FOALE IS BREAKING INTO CHAINSTORE RETAILING WITH HER KNITWEAR DESIGNS. Argument, Barbara 490
I can win it alone, says Eddie; grand prix. 148
IN THE COURTS: Threats man is ordered to stay away. 524
James keeps heroes on their toes; RYDER CUP GOLF. 317
Jill has No1 seed in a spin; BADMINTON. 246
Junior doctors' pay deal 'freeze'. 296
Landlord calls for history. 114
Landlord warns of threat to city pubs. Hart, Nigel 238
Landon returns to play against Boro with no hard feelings; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 365
LETTERS: SATURDAY SOAPBOX; Education is the answer to inner city decay. 578
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1046
Life's a party from 50. 104
LIFELINE FOR JOBLESS FACTORY WORKERS; Boss pledges to put people first. Evans, Steve 244
Long-haul sleeper wins flight damages. Darroch, Gordon 352
Magic moments; THE STARS WHO MADE COMEDIES INTO TRUE CLASSICS IN THE 70S REMEMBER THEIR FAVOURITE SKETCHES. McMullen, Marion 965
Mandu voted top cat - by a whisker. 127
Mixed bag lined up for hall. 123
MP pledges to get justice for women. 380
New base for bobbies a success; AS COMMUNITY POLICING PAYS OFF, THE FORCE TRIES TO REACH OUT TO THE PEOPLE. Wilde, James 113
No sick jokes; When the Casualty star found himself in hospital the doctors saw the funny side. McMULLEN, MARION 560
Oggy gets a grip on driving. 177
Peter's heading off to pastures new. 148
Pioneering service offers support for witnesses. 271
Police hotline to help public; AS COMMUNITY POLICING PAYS OFF, THE FORCE TRIES TO REACH OUT TO THE PEOPLE. Wilde, James 256
Police line keeps victims up to date. Wilde, James 247
Police line keeps victims up to date; FORCE BOSSES SWITCH TO PHONE LINE TO IMPROVE CUSTOMER SERVICE. Wilde, James 240
Princess rides into new storm. 181
QUAKE SEARCH HEROES' HONOUR. Hargrave, Paul 345
READER HOLIDAYS; Go on a spending spree in Gateshead. 224
Ready for New Year- including hangovers. 239
Ready to help find your pets. 185
Roadworks to start. 89
SALES TYCOON'S BOGUS BOASTS; John Fenton admits 'fibs' in brochure. Ewing, Richard 261
Shake-up in foster care service; Dedicated team should be able to find a home faster. Tolfts, Lisa 214
Singer comes back to his roots. 136
Singing star goes on air for a chat. 106
Sites on for six of the best. 122
SkyDome signs point to problem. Pring, John 288
SOUND OF THE 60s; The day The Beatles supported US! Draper, Keith 1027
Steve pays penalty for foul football top. 195
Still no place for Matt; BASKETBALL. 209
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 261
The true story behind a romantic novelist; BOOKS. Jury, Sandra 198
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 295
TOP TEN BOOKS; BOOKS. 111
Top-rate policing skill wins awards; COMMENDATIONS FOR BRAVERY, SENSITIVITY AND DETERMINATION. Cunningham, Catherine 648
Trust bid for cash to save park. Wilde, James 224
Vicky 'found dead in ditch'. 438
View from the CLOCK TOWER. Tolfts, Lisa 439
Volunteer's top honour. 105
Volunteers sought to shout out for school appeal. 196
Wardens still angry over 'ringers' probe; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL LEAGUES. Horsfall, Phil 385
West Ham boss jealous of City spending power; FOOTBALL. Silver, Neil 415
WIN a 10-day luxury leisure club pass at the Forest of Arden hotel. 391
WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS TO SEE MARVELOUS MARVIN HAGLER. 198
Work and play on liner. 94
Work on the cut wins heritage award. 177
You've got to be quick to catch it!; FANS WILL BE ABLE TO SEE JAGUAR'S NEW FORMULA ONE RACING CAR IN THE CITY TOMORROW. Smith, Stewart 313
Young girls already aiming for top. 161
Young Nuns go for it; rugby union. 114

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