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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 15, 2000)

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10 things you didn't know about...; WEEKEND TV. 208
2 for the price of 1; tickets to Stratford's Shakespeare houses. 326
A bug's adventures. 103
A Dutch break with pedal power; READER HOLIDAYS. 233
A ramble for fine weather; COUNTRY WALK. Weston, Ron 533
Aces on the rack; SPEEDWAY. 83
Acid spill alert at club. 85
Aiming to be bigger - and even better; AS MARATHON RUNNERS GET READY FOR THE OFF, ANOTHER BIG COUNTDOWN IS SET TO START. Summers, Kathryn 221
ANDY HUTSON: Pay cut could backfire; VIEW FROM THE CLOCK TOWER. Hutson, Andy 413
Another jackpot for Grimsby. 93
Attleborough quartet lift first crown of the season. 143
Baby among lorry cargo. 101
Band's appearance. 90
Bayley gets his first goal at the last minute; hockey. 199
Binge drinker crashed twice; COURT TOLD OF MAN'S 'DESPAIR'. Hart, Nigel 304
Birthday of comic book hero. 88
Brighton beckons vintage bike riders. 231
Busy week for Mayor. 99
CASH BLOW FOR SCHOOL PROJECT; But pounds 1m scheme will go through, insists head. Clarke, Samantha 258
Change at the top for police sector. 193
Charity boost in memory of Oliver; REX USES PEDAL POWER TO RAISE pounds 2,000 ON EPIC CYCLE RIDE. Cunningham, Catherine 266
Children bank on a career. 168
Coffee 'buzz' can be all in the mind. 170
College to run counsel courses. 199
Comedy's Good old days; BOOKS. McMullen, Marion 159
Council staff in pay deal protest. Scott, Fiona 305
Danielle's joy at Noye's life term; IT'S A DREAM COME TRUE, SAYS FIANCEE OF ROAD RAGE VICTIM. 301
Day of Triumph in car firm's history. 160
Diary of Florence Nightingale on show. 221
Disruption warning as park work starts; CONTRACTORS DUE TO MOVE ONTO PRESTIGIOUS SITE NEXT MONTH. Ewing, Richard 250
Dome bids to boost figures. 139
Drugs and crime cycle is targeted; AIMS INVOLVING YOUNG PEOPLE ARE OUTLINED TO GOVERNMENT. Hall, Paula 326
Early gift for patients. 117
Edward says thanks to life-saver Lindsey. 261
ENGLAND PLAY IT STRAIGHT. Hodgson, Myles 313
Enjoy a spicy start to summer. 116
FACE OF GOD. 378
Facing a run for your money!; AS MARATHON RUNNERS GET READY FOR THE OFF, ANOTHER BIG COUNTDOWN IS SET TO START. Hargrave, Paul 506
Fine introduction to dance master; REVIEW. McMullen, Marion 144
Fiona's laughing all the way to her wedding; WEEKEND TV. McMULLEN, MARION 560
Firm's efforts praised by MP. 93
Gridlock fear on Rope Walk plan. Hambridge, Karen 277
Hat's the spirit for Easter ! 95
Henry are top of the class; PICTURE SPECIAL: KING HENRY SWEEP THE BOARD: CROSS-COUNTRY & NETBALL. 124
Hi-tech flower show. 98
Hills are alive with sound of visitors. 128
Homing in on world of design; EVENING TELEGRAPH WINNER MEETS TOP MAKEOVER EXPERT. Mackenzie, Jenny 211
IN THE COURTS: Six months for man who stole while out on licence. 695
IRON MIKE TO REF BORO GAME. Brown, Derek 369
It's all go for Amber; WHEN SHARON WARD WENT TO CHOOSE A DOG SHE DIDN'T EXPECT TO COME AWAY WITH A COLLIE-ALSATIAN CROSS. Evans, Ann 1475
Kicking a habit to win cash prizes. 167
Kosovo aid mission driver is injured. Parrish, Rachel 203
Kosovo hero to seek recruits. 259
Ladies into next round; gaelic football. 95
LETTERS: SPORTS POSTBAG. 150
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1641
Life in the city - 500 years ago; BOOKS. Chamberlain, Julie 220
Loads of help behind scenes at race; AS MARATHON RUNNERS GET READY FOR THE OFF, ANOTHER BIG COUNTDOWN IS SET TO START. 288
Mail raid bid pair in the picture soon. 172
Man dies after fire rescue bid. Summers, Kathryn 236
MEMORIES: Bill recounts his tale of the Blitz; ONE LOCAL MAN WHO FOUGHT THE FIRES THAT RAVAGED THE CITY FOLLOWING GERMAN AIR RAIDS RECALLS THE NIGHT HE SAW THE CATHEDRAL BURN. Draper, Keith 732
Mums celebrate ward friendship; LONDON TRIP MARKS ANNIVERSARY OF BOND FORGED IN CITY MATERNITY UNIT 25 YEARS AGO. Hart, Nigel 331
New moves on farm safety. 154
NEW ROVER BID CHEERS UNIONS; BMW receives offer that may lift jobs threat. 309
Nuneaton star Harris lifts county title. Harris, John 232
ON THIS DAY. 83
Palms launch Easter festival. 138
Parks attract record crowds. 168
Peaceful haven for bereaved. 138
Plants prefer softer sounds. 92
Plea over fire attacks. 86
Plea to find driver's mate. 177
Police praise for crime fighters. 187
pounds 60,000 APPEAL FOR PEACE HALL; Church's hope for a 'first'. Barratt, Claire 355
pounds pounds pounds s OFF Amateur Gardening Magazine subscriptions. 282
Pupils plan for big day. 129
Pupils rewarded for their progress. 105
Racey tale of good over evil; BOOKS. Jury, Sandra 135
Refugees put squeeze on health; BATTLE TO KEEP UP WITH EXTRA WORKLOAD. Hall, Paula 309
Roman welcome to your new museum. 212
Run to raise money for A&E appeal. 142
School Bible event praised. 168
School courtyard is transformed; TOP ENGINEER USES HIS SKILLS TO CREATE AN UNUSUAL HAVEN OF PEACE. Diver, Krysia 238
School shuts doors on Charlene; Catholic primary pupil loses out on choice. Summers, Kathryn 458
SCHOOLS NETpounds 6m WINDFALL FOR REPAIRS; Government cash will help tackle problems. Diver, Krysia 326
Schools win share of repairs cash. Parrish, Rachel 248
Simpson's title shot at Sky Dome; BOXING. Marshall, Robin 275
SIZE of relief. 931
Station cashes in on connections; TOWN'S IDEAL LOCATION PUTS IT IN RUNNING FOR NATIONAL RAIL AWARD. Hutson, Andrew 327
STEVE EVANS: Pinstripes turn the town into a desert; AY UP IT'S EVANS. Evans, Steve 471
Sticky problem goes in a gulp! 189
Street given back to the community; Cars are sidelined in major overhaul. Tolfts, Lisa 322
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 179
Teachers join protest over pay moves. 138
Team's toughest test. 96
Temple's gift for Snowball. 97
The face behind Coventry's bright new image. Dale, Paul 1015
Thunderkarts are go for the new season; MOTORSPORT. Roberts, Martin 371
TOP TEN BEST SELLERS; BOOKS. 90
Tories name man to face Robinson. 158
Tough test for Behan; boxing. Marshall, Robin 302
Town's world champion hope. 128
TV debate for Nuneaton author. 171
TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 293
Under-strength City go down to heavy defeat; WOMENS' FOOTBALL. 476
Villa in a rage as Joachim flies out; FOOTBALL. 198
Walkers are rambling on. 113
Warning on cash for child teams; VITAL PROGRESS IS AT RISK, SAYS LEADING COUNCILLOR. Scott, Fiona 299
Water leak conmen steal pounds 200. 158
Weekend chaos on the roads expected. 149
Whirlwind ride of revenge; BOOKS. Levack, Catherine 96
Win Tickets to the British Grand Prix . . . 234
Young sports fans in line for award. 197
Youngsters' chance to play with Crusaders at Sky Dome; BASKETBALL. 459
Youths con pensioner, 73. 100

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