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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 10, 2000)

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'Escapes' help sick children. 184
'Independent' stand is called off. 136
'Oldies' shape up for charity battle. 238
'Open all hours' prospect in pubs shake-up. 210
20mph speed trials. 115
9 rings taken from man in robbery. 141
A sporting chance. 115
Advice on net trading. 96
All the world's a stage for Bard followers. 155
Andy's catch of the day is Cup omen. 129
Anti-drugs message in song for pupils. 100
Appeal for fair deal at the petrol pumps. Hart, Nigel 222
Arch rivals share the BTCC spoils at Brands; MOTOR SPORT. Wilde, Jon 401
Barry in new job - with a little help. 167
Bedrock bites the dust. 97
Bees are on a high, says skipper Greg; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 188
Bid to tackle rise in empty homes. Parrish, Rachel 263
Bids for lottery cash sought. 107
Blind man hits out at pub dog ban. 257
Bogus caller is foiled by alert OAP. 107
BORO WIN WAS THE KICK-START; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 345
Brave blaze rescue. 124
BREWERY SETS UP PUB LINKS; Nigel's sausage theme could start a chain. 309
Bricks to put club on the ball. 111
Brother, it's my wedding. 134
Busy week for Rugby mayor. 177
Cab driver injured in crash. 84
Caine takes a swipe at chilly Brits; COVENTRY PUPILS GET A GLIMPSE INTO WAYNE'S WORLD OF DANCE. Barnes, Anthony 332
Call of sea at cadets' display. 101
Campaign looks for vote from donors; TRANSPLANT TEAMS WELCOME ENCOURAGEMENT FOR CARD HOLDERS. Hall, Paula 238
Cat 'set alight' horror. 103
Champion Singh sets sights on Grand Slam; GOLF: SPOTLIGHT ON THE US MASTERS AT AUGUSTA. Garrod, Mark 464
Chance to surf your tree for free. 100
Click on to new course. 113
Club aims to hold markets and fairs. 92
Colliery site plans ready to go. 148
Colourful helpers. 96
Communities in the picture; PUPILS PRESENT LIST OF GOOD AND BAD POINTS TO COUNCILLORS. Summers, Kathryn 369
Cones move to another A45 stretch. 111
Cool flavours, cool fashions, from Italy. 170
Couples 'must learn to talk'. Hall, Paula 218
Creating a park to be proud of; PLANS TO REFURBISH THIS PARK HAVE BEEN SCALED DOWN BUT THE AIM IS STILL TO RESTORE IT TO ITS FORMER GLORY. Dale, Paul 990
Cumani seeking glory; RACING. 195
Days of old get young look. 145
Digital recruit in fight against crime. 218
Doctor team to start safe sex clinic. 93
Eastern promise for Esther - but no chips; Then it's back for more community projects - in UK. Kukuruzovic, Simon 294
Egg-citing way to help pets' charity. 92
Evans lands radio licence. 115
Fair deal plea at pumps. Hart, Nigel 222
Fears of child airgun tragedy; POLICE WARN THAT CHILDREN ARE MOST AT RISK FROM INCREASING FIREARMS OFFENCES. Tolfts, Lisa 471
Fears over children as gun offences rise. 191
Freeman of city dies aged 84. 164
Fun way to learn word power. 102
Ghosts among spring blooms. 117
Ghosts among the spring blooms; VILLAGE SHOWS OFF ITS FASCINATING PAST - AND ITS PRESENT DAY CHARM. Cuthbertson, Hayley 291
Giant's Causeway tops for Guineas after superb win; RACING. 248
Giorgos votes his outing a miss. 126
Given chance - now thief is jailed. 168
Gone fishing... after 50 years' work. 160
Harris wins heat but runs out of luck in final; STOCK CARS. 212
Have an day; NEIGHBOURS OF THE NEW SKYDOME WERE THE FIRST VISITORS TO COVENTRY'S NEW SKATING RINK. Cuthbertson, Hayley 385
HEARTSTART: Fund-raisers rush to back a life-saver; COMMUNITIES' BID TO HELP CARDIAC VICTIMS. Hall, Paula 528
Hope rallies to pip Brown in thriller; GAMES LEAGUE. 193
Houllier in call for Liverpool to keep nerve; FOOTBALL. Walker, Paul 360
Hunt for heart. 88
Hutchison is aiming to stay around at Everton; FOOTBALL. Parkes, Ian 536
I've got it all to do now, says Hakkinen; MOTORSPORT: SPOTLIGHT ON THE SAN MARINO GRAND PRIX. Poole, Alan 497
In step with star Sleep; COVENTRY PUPILS GET A GLIMPSE INTO WAYNE'S WORLD OF DANCE. Cuthbertson, Hayley 379
Jackpot by quirk of alphabet. 82
Jailbreak terrorist sues for pounds 50,000. Flanagan, Padraic 269
John at odds over winning bet. 197
Learning to be family-friendly. Williams, Alison 248
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 932
Local government minister must dish out more cash; COMMENT. 201
Long in the tooth at 24. 125
Lorry stowaway in horror death. 90
Man and boy crash victims named. 110
Man and boy killed in crash. 107
MAUREEN ON MONDAY: Buying a kettle is enough to make your blood boil. Spring, Maureen 588
Memorial fund to return lottery cash; THANKS - BUT WE'VE RAISED ENOUGH ALREADY, SAY FUND ORGANISERS. Parrish, Rachel 391
Minister defends tough asylum laws. 299
Misery to continue for motorists as lights stay up. 212
Mobile jokers get 999 hoax blame. Cunningham, Catherine 259
Modernise Holy Trinity but protect Victorian pews; COMMENT. 201
MOON IS KING OF ENGLAND; BOWLS. Oliver, Greg 314
Motorists to face town road chaos. Parrish, Rachel 284
Muddy walk is over for pupils. 121
NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 96
Now we're in business!; MOTORSPORT: SPOTLIGHT ON THE SAN MARINO GRAND PRIX. Poole, Alan 774
O'Leary blames Uefa Cup burn-out; FOOTBALL. Curtis, John 331
Old TV soap on the way back. 144
ON THE DRAWING BOARD; Council flats set to get CCTV security control room. 224
Papillon steals the show; RACING. Pratt, Robert 774
Parent Dave presses on politically. 194
Parents at odds with 'brat' children. 183
Parkinson's team seeking better deal; 'Make patient care less of a lottery ...'. Hambridge, Karen 323
Pedal power to aid war on cancer. 109
PENSIONER PAIR FLEE FROM BLAZE; Safe after 3am drama. Clarke, Samantha 258
Phone users urged to prepare for big change. 194
Plea after rider dies in crash. 220
pounds 3m TO SPLASH ON NEW PINGLES; Lottery 'yes' gets scheme off blocks. Hambridge, Karen 225
pounds 5,000 offer to find raider; BUILDING SOCIETY REWARD AFTER ARMED ATTACK. Hargrave, Paul 297
pounds 8,000 saves charity's helpline. Clarke, Samantha 278
Pram attack baby critical. 133
Prince of Wales take over in pole position; DOMINOES. 325
Pub lodger jailed for theft. 216
Pupils clean up award. 216
R-R experience adds up to good advice. 174
Radio wins Sky Blue support. 150
READER HOLIDAYS. 112
Report from the lifeboat station. 198
Richard faces run for your money. 129
Richardson lifts Bees to victory; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 492
Rover job losses 'less than feared'. 331
Rural walk for charity. 135
Safety work on death road. Hargrave, Paul 231
Severn Trent in labs take-over. 160
Shining light on MS. 97
Sister's illness has Chris on the run; BEDWORTH MAN'S MARATHON BID TO RAISE pounds 1,000 FOR RESEARCH CHARITY. Barratt, Claire 251
Sky Blues are a good Betts; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 254
Sponsors named for Young Engineer contest. 127
Stockley praise as battling Atherstone are edged out; FOOTBALL. 192
Takeaway is off the menu for planners. Keay, Rebecca 238
TESCO GETS FRUITY IN NEW PRICE WAR; Store peels pounds pounds pounds s from fruit and veg prices. Kukuruzovic, Simon 322
The 505 keeps going - to Africa. 183
Traders bitter at pay-out wrangle; 'I feel like I've been fobbed off'. Keay, Rebecca 322
TV: TV HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 325
Unearthing our city's grim past; ARCHAEOLOGISTS HAVE REVEALED A 19TH CENTURY COVENTRY THAT WAS OVERCROWDED, VERY UNHYGIENIC WITH THE WORST HEALTH PROBLEMS IN ITS HISTORY. Hall, Paula 1535
University moves in on London. Forster, Mark 255
Voices harnessed for money-raising. 132
Waddell strike is Omega's clincher; SIX-A-SIDE FOOTBALL. 286
Wembley's so unlucky for Newcastle; FOOTBALL. Silver, Neil 729
WIN a fabulous holiday for two in Morocco. 286
Women on the ball. 168

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