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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 8, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'300 jobs axed every day'. 196
'Health hotline puts lives in danger' claim. 280
'If you drive, you're fat and mean'. 187
'Pitt broke my heart'. 88
A woman's work ... by Alisha. 92
Age has never been an issue; IN THE SECOND PART OF OUR SERIES FOCUSING ON BEATING AGEISM WE TALK TO A MAN WHO STARTED A NEW CAREER AND A FAMILY AFTER RETIRING. Mcconkey, Alison 1381
AMBUSH LAID FOR PIZZA MAN; Injured victim left lying in street. Ray, Emma 237
Anniversary protest. 121
Aussie duo all clear for Leeds duel; FOOTBALL. Parkes, Ian 682
Bantams luxury boxes faced car park!; FOOTBALL. 211
Bears row umpire fined; CRICKET. 136
Bedworth new boys called in; FOOTBALL. 213
Big change for weather presenter Andrea. 129
Big money goes into bin business; Business Life. Williams, Alison 231
Biggest outdoor show a stunner; THOUSANDS SEE SPECTACLE THEY'LL NEVER FORGET AS CITY MAKES INTERNATIONAL MARK WITH MILLENNIUM MYSTERIES. Mcmullen, Marion 268
Boost to ease winter beds crisis. 212
Boys given warning. 101
Brian set to face Bees; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 190
Bridge project sheds light on ancient arches; FIRST CHANCE FOR ARCHAEOLOGISTS TO EXAMINE PARTS HIDDEN SINCE 1926. Wilde, James 255
Buyout ensures a secure future; Business Life. 92
Channel defends England pay TV deal; FOOTBALL. 402
Charity walk cash boost. 109
Christian role for ball star Dip. Clifford, Lucia 214
Christie misses start of season; FOOTBALL. 202
City losing patience over Ehiogu; FOOTBALL. 116
Coming of age with pounds 800,000; CHARITY RELIVES FUND-RAISING HIGHLIGHTS AS MILESTONE REACHED. Gibbons, Duncan 278
Company building a rosy future; Business Life. Hutson, Andrew 250
Court ban on rape questions. 182
Crash driver 'on first trip abroad'. 175
Creative chance to make jewellery. 105
CRIMEBEAT: Hunt for men in pounds 100 theft. 108
CRIMEBEAT: Mugger's turn to say Ouch! Ray, Emma 219
Designers float swim pool ideas. Mackenzie, Jenny 272
Dobbin out for three months; RACING. 91
Driver injured as car hits a tree - and rider in collision. 171
England in pay-per-view row; FOOTBALL. Stone, Simon 348
Enjoy a 10-day holiday on the French Riviera for just pounds 99.95pp. 285
Fairbrother: We've got Cov blend right; RUGBY UNION: COUNDON ROAD SIDE GEAR UP FOR THE NEW SEASON. Wilkinson, John 674
Fletcher can hit target; RACING. Hayler, William 339
Football course lined up. 88
FOOTBALL. 149
Four more happy customers sign up for Webb Ellis business park. 114
Fun with a duel purpose. 92
Funds help for winter warmers. 191
Glut of foreign players has Kevin worried; FOOTBALL. Moffit, Alastair 308
Gran held at court's pleasure. 95
GRASSROOTS: ANNIVERSARIES. 233
GRASSROOTS: EX-SERVICE NOTES. 488
GRASSROOTS: LINK-UP. 206
Hairy armpits send out signals. 163
Health hotline `puts lives in danger'. Barrett, David 281
HEART of GOLD; TRANSPLANT BOY JOHN WINS CLUTCH OF MEDALS AT NATIONAL CONTEST. Wilson, Lucy 342
Hedgerow homes in peril. 168
Hi-tech system to help public. 147
Hotel extension plan is backed. 80
I'VE GOT pounds 1M TO PLAY WITH; Punter gets to gamble pounds 1m. Cuthbertson, Hayley 233
IN THE COURTS. 780
Keegan goes for Cup goal; RACING. Robson, Michael 493
Knifed teenager lost half the blood in his body; YOU FACE A LONG TIME IN JAIL, JUDGE TELLS STREET FIGHTER WHO USED BLADE. Kukuruzovic, Simon 267
Kristian rides to world games title; APPRENTICE FARRIER PART OF SUCCESSFUL ENGLAND TEAM. Ray, Emma 250
Laura's delight at work scheme. 132
Leanne is a beauty winner. 144
Learner in erratic drive banned andfined; POLICE RECOGNISED MAN IN CHASE FROM 'MISSING' DESCRIPTION BY HIS GIRLFRIEND. Kukuruzovic, Simon 247
Lee chasing junior crown; SNOOKER. 197
Lennon's Celtic D-day; FOOTBALL. 109
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS ON THE STREET. Hambridge, Karen 491
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1096
Miletrian back to chase more glory; RACING. 122
MP to listen to local business views. 107
Mugged boy loses his bike. 124
Musical magic by duo. 104
NHS Direct must have full confidence of the public; COMMENT. 199
Nuneaton power on against Solihull; CRICKET: WARWICKSHIRE LEAGUE. 353
Picnic treat for toddlers. 129
Police chief puts crime before cash. Diver, Krysia 351
Police officers face terrorism charges. 200
Project relaunch. 110
RADIO RISE AND SHINE; Rugby radio tuning up for return. Capewell, Laura 325
RAGE ON 'SAY YES' SEX GUIDE; More unwanted babies fear. Wilde, James 236
Rammell up for grabs; FOOTBALL. 126
Rangers cannot afford to lose; FOOTBALL. 238
READER HOLIDAYS; Visit Paris and the Champagne region. 218
Real blow for Macca; FOOTBALL. 143
Retailers queue up to take over city's C&A store; BOOST FOR PRECINCT REDEVELOPMENT AS REPLACEMENT LINED UP FOR BIG NAME. Williams, Alison 280
Romance set to strike; RACING. 465
Row over teenage sex guide. 164
Scandal of Bard's daughter relived. 122
School wins praise on all fronts. 191
Search on for more childminders; CASH HELP TOWARDS SET-UP COSTS - WITH EXTRA FOR DESPERATE NEED AREAS. Education, Mark Forster 278
SIX OF THE BEST!; FOOTBALL. 165
SKIPPER FACING FITNESS FIGHT; FOOTBALL: Crowley's groin doubt. Brown, Derek 377
Sky Blues targeting two Europeans - chairman; FOOTBALL. 157
Sophie gets in fast lane; SWIMMING. Brown, Derek 287
Spend a day in the country with us! 192
Sporting protest at school scheme. 166
Staff go out West. 117
Surgeon's allies in new appeal; PATIENTS URGED TO JOIN CAMPAIGN TO OVERTURN SUSPENSION. Hambridge, Karen 251
Sven stakes claim; FOOTBALL. 130
Tap water beats the trendies. 151
Team in gear to win. 102
The changing face of town's midwives. Court, Judith 1186
Three tour buses trip up in safety crackdown. 196
Three tour buses trip upon safety; COACHES RECORD LET DOWN BY ONE FIRM. Wilde, James 194
TNT's charity work makes its mark; Business Life. 165
TOMMO SET FOR AJAX DEBUT; FOOTBALL: pounds 3m signing sent home to prepare for Saturday. And, Michelle Wilson 393
Tower block stab victim left bleeding; VICTIM, AGED 21, ALONE FOR AN HOUR AFTER BEING ATTACKED. Kukuruzovic, Simon 281
Toy Bus in SOS for new driver. 225
Tragic dad's charity shout. 192
Tributes to `Grand Inquisitor'. 127
Ulster to pose strong test; RUGBY UNION. 121
Village repairs link with past; pounds 1.4MILLION SCHEME TO RESTORE OLD BRIDGE TO FORMER GLORY. Wilde, James 208
Women masons boost hospice. 112
Young artists draw praise. 135
Youngsters share their thoughts. 115

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