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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (April 5, 2000)

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'House of horrors' demolition blocked; COUNCILLORS REJECT CALLS FROM FRIEND OF STABBING VICTIM. Summers, Kathryn 403
'User-unfriendly' venues criticised. 92
2 Brewers Fayre meals for the price of 1. 244
60,000 jobs toll set to rise. 109
Ace Walmsley retains Rugby crown; ATHLETICS. 230
Adventure playground fund to be boosted at fete. 202
Air pair's huge fine. 98
Alert on 'credit check' debits. 164
Andy TURNER on the Sky Blues scene: Strachan can copy Liverpool in more ways than one; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 663
ANNIVERSARIES. 210
ANY QUESTIONS: Memorial finds its rightful owners. Draper, Keith 993
Appeal for former pupils. 127
Arch rivals clash in semi-final; FOOTBALL. 88
Arsonists target hair salon. 117
As Byers defends his role in Rover sale crisis ... 206
Beatles bill singer in gig. 139
Black Jack enjoys a place out of the cold. 148
BRAVE NICOLA'S A LITTLE MIRACLE; Young stroke victim wins battle to get back to school with her friends. Tolfts, Lisa 237
Brosnan 'to wed'. 89
Burger van must move. 171
Byers defends role in Rover sale crisis. Scott, Fiona 285
Call to old school pals. 124
Campus plans tribute to man of vision. 234
Cancer check staff in pay protest. 188
Cancer check staff in pay protest. Hall, Paula 337
CAR STICKER WINNER. 135
Car's new owner aims for triumph. 138
Charity aims to win at the tables. 166
Charity begins at home. 141
City hospital staff join protest on pay. Hall, Paula 188
City may have lesson for Longbridge; MINISTER VISITS BUSINESS PARK FOR POINTERS ON SURVIVING THE ROVER SELL-OFF. Cunningham, Catherine 337
City pulling itself up by the bootstraps; COVENTRY GOES FROM 40TH TO 76TH MOST DEPRIVED PLACE IN LEAGUE. Cuthbertson, Hayley 360
Cleaner, 71, attacked. 103
Comic gives adverts the bird. 91
Con attempt at home fails. 149
Cool hand Lenton keeps Hinckley in the chase. 181
Credit check con warning. 136
Credit check warning after money is stolen. 128
Defiant Coulthard pledges to fight on; MOTOR RACING. 262
Demand for end to tree felling. 110
Dispute over 999 service base. 87
Distribution boss is top award hopeful. 146
Double semi-final disappointment for city; FOOTBALL: SCHOOLS. 448
Early birds to catch The Worm. 126
Economic regeneration must be government's priority; COMMENT. 214
Ethnic celebration. 82
Ex-officers in forgery case walk free. 180
Ex-officers walk free from court. Hart, Nigel 232
Extra time for toast to St George; PUBS GRANTED EXTENSIONS TO PUT ENGLAND'S PATRON IN LINE WITH IRISH. Summers, Kathryn 522
Firm nets lucrative contracts. Smith, Stewart 209
Focus on caring jobs. 97
Folk club launch. 81
Former soccer star in court. 120
Galatasary turn up the psychological heat on Leeds; FOOTBALL. 141
Gary wins his own battle of the flab; HEALTHY EATING REGIME PAYS OFF FOR 10-YEAR-OLD - AND HIS MUM. Evans, Steve 341
Gaywood and Dring defy the gloom; CYCLING. 394
Geldof warns of famine in four weeks. 190
Goods output down again. Cordon, Gavin 173
Gran jailed over cocaine. 90
Have a heart MoT. 91
Hi-tech stocks blow to Wall St. 116
Hiking up funds for town hospice! 162
Homeless charity is bailed out. 142
Hospice pounds 300,000 gift joy. 156
Hospital workers join in mass rally. 191
Huge boost to charity's 'care line' MENTAL ILLNESS PHONE SUPPORT SERVICE PRESERVED BY pounds 8,000 GIFT. Clarke, Samantha 232
Hunt supporters to get their say; SECRET LOCATION WILL PLAY HOST TO GOVERNMENT HUNTING INQUIRY MEETING. Wilson, Lucy 245
Inquiry after worker hurt on scaffold. 192
Interest rate threat to homes transfer; CHANGE BEFORE TRANSFER DATE COULD AFFECT LOANS PAY-OFF. Scott, Fiona 281
Ipswich pack a punch as players turn on each other; FOOTBALL. 147
Jaguar hungry for some points; MOTOR RACING. Poole, Alan 356
Jean on target; NUNEATON LADIES WEDNESDAY GAMES LEAGUE. 110
JOBS JOY AS NEW BASE IS OPENED; Hope of growth 'in 18 months'. Harris, Alan 316
John's castles in many lands. 117
Jubilant Jones in nine-goal bonanza. 655
Junior champs so chuffed with title; YOUNG ATHLETES RAISE THE ROOF AS MILBY SCHOOL CLINCHES IT THIS TIME. Brown, Derek 264
Kim: I'm not sexy. 81
Kluivert aims to prove Arsenal wrong tonight; FOOTBALL. Barlow, Matt 381
Kray twins' elder brother Charlie dies. 140
Labour bidding to hang on to 15 seats. 222
Lambs killed by dog in field. 194
Lawyer's works of art put up for auction. 213
Lawyer's works of art up for auction. 213
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1237
Listen at the library. 133
Man denies toxic waste charge. 184
March air was distinctly balmy. 145
Mary quits - for a fresh battle; OUTGOING MAYOR PLANS TO DEVOTE HER ENERGIES TO FIGHTING FOR DISABLED. Evans, Steve 450
Mass protest at low pay. 117
Mayoral welcome for club face-lift. 135
Missing Paras held at airport. 90
MP slams Rover plan. 80
Mum was left numb with shock; AS NICOLA BATTLES BACK TO HEALTH, PARENTS TELL OF A NIGHTMARE COME TRUE. Tolfts, Lisa 829
New warning to licence dodgers. 211
NHS faces huge bill for negligence claims. 191
NO HIDING PLACE FOR CITY SHOP THIEVES; 'Stay out' orders served. Goulden, Barbara 265
Nominations, please! 87
OAP cash alert. 156
Old for new a matter of some delight. 117
Pensioner is airlifted to hospital. 117
Police issue crash appeal. 179
pounds 85m Pearl draws Kate. 179
Prison threat for city man. 107
Pub's pounds 2,000 aids cancer patients. 211
Pupils find fifty reasons to celebrate. 176
Pupils provide the answer to charity's request for help. 165
READER HOLIDAYS: Visit the classical cities of Belgium. 190
Residents enjoy a day in the country. 110
Revamped aid centre opened. 164
Richardson expects rough ride at Poole. Berry, Mike 294
River victim to be buried. 115
Sarah is top student. 85
Second school bans Pokemon; SWOP CARDS ARE BLAMED FOR 'SILLY ARGUMENTS'. Barratt, Claire 230
Senior citizens keep up standard. 197
Share your memories of writer; LIBRARY DISPLAY ORGANISERS WANT STORIES ABOUT ANGELA BRAZIL. Kukuruzovic, Simon 375
Shield final place makes up for defeat; VOLLEYBALL. 221
Sky spectacle. 127
Smile that says: I'm back at school; FIVE MONTHS ON, BATTLING STROKE VICTIM IS WITH HER CLASSMATES AGAIN. Tolfts, Lisa 536
SPORTSTALK; FOOTBALL. 405
Street attack. 84
Summit for the future, sir? McConkey, Alison 873
Teacher accused of assault on boy; School launches probe. Forster,, Mark 208
The battle against disease goes public. 147
THINGS WILL GET BETTER; Hendry's pledge to suffering Sky Blues fans. Turner, Andy 388
Top trainer for jogging consultant. Hall, Paula 301
Town culture plan boosted; Project nears reality. Keay, Rebecca 238
TOWN SET TO PUT ON THE GLITZ! Keay, Rebecca 203
Triathlon club on the up; ATHLETICS. 334
Tromans sparkles as Godiva land bronze; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 404
Trust attacked over cull decision. Hutson, Andy 367
TV: TV HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 311
Village homes plan set to go ahead. 131
Villagers battle to stop homes threat; Scores protest over plans. Keay, Rebecca 260
WIN pounds 500 to spend on clothes. 253
Woman, 31, dead in room at hotel. Hart, Nigel 190
WRIGHT OUT OF ORDER!; FOOTBALL: Boro boss blames ex-England man. Brown, Derek 360

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