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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 23, 2000)

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[0] Ben's old pals urged to rally round; MUM'S PLEA FOR HELP TO CHEER UP YOUNG MAN LEFT PARALYSED BY CRASH. Barry, Paul 315
40 get sack over e-mail abuse. 150
Actor James to quit Coronation Street. 93
Agony aunt Britney. 84
Alleys out of bounds; More neighbours latch on to gates. Summers, Kathryn 249
Aloisi on target to fire reserves to victory; FOOTBALL: Coventry City Res 3 Tottenham Res 0. Wilson, Michelle 333
Andy TURNER on the Sky Blues scene: Time to blow the whistle on bad refs; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 613
Baby's body on tip. 90
Backlash fears as Adair back in prison. 120
Backlash fears as Adair back in prison. 260
BBC in studios cutback. 96
Ben's old pals urged to rally round; MUM'S PLEA FOR HELP TO CHEER UP YOUNG MAN LEFT PARALYSED BY CRASH. Barry, Paul 313
Bobbies to help abandoned children. 198
Boro kids win well; FOOTBALL. 93
BOROUGH'S WIN BONUS; FOOTBALL: Disciplined show delights boss Phillips. Brown, Derek 370
Bus call for pupils at drug scandal school. 203
Buses plea at school hit by drugs scandal; PARENTS DON'T WANT ETONE PUPILS HANGING AROUND AT MERCY OF PUSHERS. Mackenzie, Jenny 334
Call for action on tearaway children; EIGHT-YEAR-OLDS ARE TERRORISING NEIGHBOURS, SAY RESIDENTS. Barratt, Claire 372
Call for new crossing. 85
Call for police to keep vandals out; CONSERVATION GROUP BATTLING AGAINST THEFTS AND DAMAGE. Hart, Nigel 254
Car insurance 'set to leap by 25pc' report. Summers, Kathryn 265
Care home taken apart bid by bid; ALL THE PARAPHERNALIA OF LOOKING AFTER OAPS IS PUT UP FOR AUCTION. Capewell, Laura 267
Charity drive was a gas for trio. 130
Chef Jamie's new TV role. 123
Chelsea stumble at second hurdle; FOOTBALL: PREMIERSHIP REVIEW. 311
Children make an early start on history. 144
CHRISTIE SET FOR ALL-CLEAR; ATHLETICS. 85
Citadel date for players. 93
CITY GIRL GUIDES FLEE COACH FIRE DRAMA; 'Lucky escape' on camp site drive. Goulden, Barbara 297
Closed road to reopen. 98
COUNCIL CHIEF SET FOR RIDE OF HIS LIFE; Peter's epic cycle trip to aid Mencap. Mackenzie, Jenny 306
Country park visitors quizzed. 164
Couple take on a fresh challenge. 169
Craig does it again; FOOTBALL. 404
Drug addict betrayed trust. 224
Eddery title hopes stay alive; RACING. 201
Exams mix-up probe. 96
Facts behind regional work figures. 178
Familiar ground again. 90
Fete is getting up steam. 167
Field-fresh comes to town. 134
FIGHT FOR LIFE AFTER HORROR ACCIDENT. Clarke, Samantha 359
Flexibility pays off for firms. 87
Flying high to create a record. 107
FOOTBALL: Hinckley United 0 Bilston Town 0. 232
FOOTBALL: Shepshed Dynamo 2 Atherstone United 0. 205
Fresh plea in arson probe. 160
Fruit, veg and energy saving. 181
Funeral of club boss. 91
Giant's Causeway ready for next test; RACING. Robson, Michael 358
GO FOR IT, CITY; FOOTBALL: Strachan stays positive in face of awayday hoodoo. Turner, Andy 482
Godiva symbol gets makeover; COUNCIL REVEALS 'MANE' CONTENDERS FOR NEW LOGO. Lewis, Gareth 322
Godiva women just champion; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 417
Good causes to get pounds 15bn boost. 275
Grandmother killed saving toddler from car. 257
Greenbacks miss the boat; FOOTBALL: Bedworth United 0 Rocester 0. Harris, John 239
Hassan hopes to Kach City napping; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 589
HeartStart; Vicky's dad owed thanks; AS CITY GETS ITS FIRST DEFIBRILLATOR READY TO SAVE LIVES:. Goulden, Barbara 291
Helipad on Eliot site. 81
Help send Chrissie off to the Holy Land. 140
Holiday fun for kiddies; ACTIVE ZONE. 300
Horror injury of man in intruder chase. 166
Hostess suspect is dead. 90
IN THE COURTS. 350
Jazzing up the music scene; coventry jazz festival. 1998
Judges go potty about garden look. 138
LEADER: Money to keep burglars out is well spent; COMMENT. 198
Let us help your new business. Hutson, Andy 254
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1136
Lottery helps garden to grow. 128
Lottery rivals' fingers crossed. 136
McGregor on mark; FOOTBALL: Nuneaton Borough 3 Boston Utd 1. Brown, Derek 497
Merc prices cut by up to 20pc. 187
Michelle looks to India to kickstart career. 179
MPs slam 'unjustified' rail bonuses. 134
Murtagh repays debt to Sir Michael as Air Marshall wins; RACING. Carr, David 432
On the money trail... 127
One happy dad. 128
Optimism despite jobs axe. 228
Organ donation does save lives - John is living proof of that; CARRY A DONOR CARD: EVENING TELEGRAPH CAMPAIGN. Kukuruzovic, Simon 478
Payne pips Hazell in Massey race; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 115
Peugeot talks back on track. 94
Plans for 'urban village' move on; MIXED RESPONSE TO PROPOSALS FOR MASSIVE REGENERATION. Harris, Alan 284
POLICE ALERT ON ROGUE HEROIN. Portlock, Sarah 231
Police alert over rogue heroin. 162
pounds 1,000 reward to snare car vandal. 133
pounds 1,000 to unmask car vandal; FED-UP OWNERS OFFER REWARD. Wilde, James 316
pounds 100,000 parting gift 'not enough' SKY BLUES URGED TO BE MORE GENEROUS OVER REGENERATION FUND. Magill, Peter 255
pounds 20,000 TO HELP PARALYSED MAN; Cash will pay for special vehicle. Harris, Alan 382
Price proves he can still play his part; SNOOKER. Yates, Phil 330
Probe after exams mix-up. 113
RACING. 172
Raided dealer took police for 'heavies' MAN WHO OWED pounds 11,000 TO DRUG BARONS IS JAILED FOR A YEAR. Magill, Peter 231
READER HOLIDAYS; Choose a break in Amsterdam or Bruges. 226
Record results buck boy trend. 180
Relate needs business help. 120
Rod's king of peaks. 190
Rolling out help message. 114
Rookie Liptrot skittles Warwicks; CRICKET. 400
Rosie reels in first prize. 102
Rugby finish sixth in first Cup final appearance; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 529
Rugby joy as Racing sag again; FOOTBALL: Racing Club Warwick 1 Gloucester City 5. 274
Rugby joy as Racing sag again; FOOTBALL: Rugby United 3 Cirencester Town 0. 230
Rusty relics pileup on verges. 165
Ryton talks resume. 102
Selina's tops whatever the exam grade. 195
Serving up a treat for the town mayor. 116
Singers boost hospital wards. 82
Smart traders grab some street cred; BUSINESSES TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SHOPFRONT MAKEOVERS. Capewell, Laura 286
Sporty theme to holiday fun for young. 260
Statue honours Sir Alf. 131
Tim on to a winner; WINNER: Roger Duckworth in the Subaru at Silverstone. 88
Time to get new skills. 89
Tonnes of precious stones need shifting; HEADACHE LEFT BY SUCCESS OF DIG AT SITE OF CITY'S MEDIAEVAL PRIORY. Goulden, Barbara 430
Town bowls aces are in British Parks final. 480
Vieira: I won't quit Arsenal; FOOTBALL. 179
Warren has had enough; BOXING. 88
Women cleared of assault at care home. 221
Young Borough fans have night out to remember; FOOTBALL. 240
Youngsters impress; BOWLS. 87

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