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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (December 14, 2000)

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'A bypass at last? We don't believe it!' VILLAGERS IN DISBELIEF AS SCHEME IS APPROVED AFTER NEARLY 30 YEARS. 483
'Identity crimes' to bring body odour era; CRIMEBEAT. 88
'Scruffy-looking' thief snatched pensioner's bag; CRIMEBEAT. 131
'Twits time to say goodbye' say cast; ROALD DAHL PLAY LEAVES EMERGENCY REHEARSAL BASE. 342
'We'll back strike' say R-R staff; BALLOT SHOWS SUPPORT FOR ACTION. 232
A four-piece bar set for only pounds 14.99; READER OFFERS. 140
Activities day helps kidney victims fund. 125
Alliance translates into pounds 275,000 deal. 250
Another feather in Freddie's career cap. 872
Athlete Diane fails in damages claim. 220
B team are victorious in battle of Hayricks; THURSDAY POOL. 164
Be My Mot can supply more seasonal cheer; RACING. 357
Burst pipe hits water supplies to 2,000 homes. 139
Bush set to claim victory after 5 weeks. 176
Business park gets a face-lift; FOLESHILL FIRMS WORK TOGETHER IN ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT. 315
CASH PLEDGE TO AID RELIEF ROAD PLAN; Seasonal 'gift' from John Prescott. 350
Cathedral's Christmas invitation; CAROLS HELP SET THE FESTIVE MOOD. 424
Centro sets out plan for festive travellers. 131
Children make one big happy ending; AVID YOUNG READERS TURN THE PAGES TO RAISE MORE THAN pounds 1,000 FOR SNOWBALL APPEAL. 294
Cinderella with little to laugh about; REVIEW. 197
City greets world's most powerful man. 1103
City works of art just fell to pieces; any questions? 1011
Clubs to pay silent tribute to Boro fans; CONDOLENCE MESSAGES FLOOD IN FOR FAMILIES AND FELLOW FANS. 594
College puts its Talent on show. 111
Count us in to help kiddies in our adopted city, say temple dancers; AVID YOUNG READERS TURN THE PAGES TO RAISE MORE THAN pounds 1,000 FOR SNOWBALL APPEAL. 201
County cup pairings; RUGBY UNION. 93
Creating an off-the-wall Christmas. 170
Crime workers finish new training. 89
Criminal bitten by police dog has claim dismissed ce dog bite. 131
Damilola killing: police quiz 11 boys. 86
Danger sockets lead to pounds 4,000 fine. 343
Danger warning over stolen drugs. 163
Dated beer not for sale, court is told. 248
Delight as companies share cash windfall. 183
Denim haul: Police want to talk to this man; CRIMEBEAT. 116
Dent in used motors market. 145
Drinking drivers targeted. 156
Energy expert wins top safety accolade. 143
Eubank charged over scooter. 82
Fears for two missing amid storms. 193
FREE ... kids' tickets for the cinema. 214
From now on, call me Heer the beer!; SEARCH FOR A NEW NICKNAME AS 'CARL THE BAKER' LOOKS TO PUB TRADE FOR HIS BREAD AND BUTTER. 351
Fund-raising glee. 118
Furniture for the future; HOMESTYLE. 500
Hartshill get football boost. 123
Head faces pupil assault charges. 137
Horsepower makes reindeer redundant. 196
Hunter is big threat to O'Sullivan China hopes; SNOOKER. 434
IN FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS. 99
IN THE COURTS: Teenager put on probation after two charges of theft. 579
In-form Hickman sets sights on more medals in Valencia; SWIMMING. 422
Inflation-busting rise set to hit cost of dying; Bereavement charges face increase. 297
Jess is left out as Dons crash to Rangers; FOOTBALL. 530
Just right for Be My Mot...; racing. 361
Kite helps lift city's skills base; FREE TRAINING SCHEME LAUNCHED. 234
Leamington reach top after fine win double; HOCKEY: SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL LEAGUES. 644
LETTERS: your views. 1495
letters: your views; 'We're grateful for free disabled parking offer'. 561
Lucky the dog strikes lucky. 161
MARC'S FITNESS BATTLE; McGregor looking doubtful. 274
Medallists at concert. 82
Miles lands same big barbel twice!; Angling. 1037
MP's bid to limit bird hunt season. 108
Music night in need of band's aid. 362
Naval days over as duke lands new business role. 184
Ndlovu factor lifts Terriers off the bottom; FOOTBALL. 479
Neighbours put out Dave's festive lights. 223
New homes take place of the 'local' FAMILIES SET TO BE NEAR NEIGHBOURS OF SOCCER STADIUM. 297
New Lennon. 107
New move to slow drivers. 138
Norwich are set to give Nigel a chance for job; football. 372
Officers step up hunt for gunman; pounds 1,000 REWARD FOR INFORMATION. 333
Painter died of an industrial disease. 89
Pat's dry run earns silver; OLYMPIC HERO HONOURS 64-YEAR-OLD ROWING GRANDAD. 316
Phone calls in line for change. 128
Police promote a community safety message; FREE HANDBOOK TO BE GIVEN TO EVERY SCHOOL PUPIL IN WARWICKSHIRE. 226
Power cut families win pounds 100 more. 323
Powergen parts with Portugal. 153
Pub singer Richard scoops pounds 100 in karaoke contest. 87
Pupils sing for others' suppers. 143
Radebe deal. 87
READER OFFERS; CHRISTMAS GIFT OFFERS FOR EVENING TELEGRAPH READERS. 732
Relegation battle looms for Warwick; HOCKEY: WOMEN. 183
Rembrandt sold for record pounds 20m. 148
Rugby turns up trumps for toy appeal. 108
Saddle up for lessons. 191
Search for best boss. 126
Secure unit under threat after report; COUNCILLORS TO TAKE A CLOSE LOOK AT FUTURE OF STOKE HOUSE. 502
See top design take shape. 156
Sewage bill shock for campaigners; Delight turns to anger as cost rockets. 289
Sheep to weather the storm. 104
Skills shortage pushes up pay settlements. 149
Smith and McClurg are heroes for Town; FOOTBALL. 203
Split threatens to take joy out of Christmas for Grinch star. 145
St Nicholas Sporting are raring to go; MINOR LEAGUE FOOTBALL. 146
Staff serve up century of loyalty. 175
Store gets a new look. 109
Street actor's party sorrow. 132
Students aged up to 65 gain new life skills. 179
Sum that looks to summer. 151
Surgeries feel strain of refugees. 427
Thanks to all who helped; letters. 168
The flip side of the coin is a cash-free life. 640
Thompson backs down after Elliott elbow row; football. 254
Thunderbirds are go, go, go; YOUNGSTERS FACE A RACE AGAINST TIME AS DEMAND ROCKETS FOR INTERACTIVE TRACY ISLAND MODELS. 1040
Tornadoes are blown out by college boys; BASKETBALL: ACTION FROM THE WARWICKSHIRE LEAGUE. 335
Train smash prompts safety upgrade. 219
Travellers pick up point at Saunders; BULKINGTON GAMES LEAGUE. 345
Uberalles out on his own in two-milers; RACING. 722
United again bow out in first round; FOOTBALL. 155
Vauxhall job fight goes to Detroit. 215
Victim takes a beating for 20p; CRIMEBEAT. 240
Village fund-raiser dear to clubpresident'sheart; LIONS WILL HELP BUY FURNITURE FOR SCHOOL IN INDIA VISITED BY THEIR LEADER. 320
VILLAGE WINS ITS EPIC BATTLE; Scenes like these could soon be history in Barford. 286
Water firm's gift that grows. 119
We'll see you next season!; FOOTBALL: LAST NIGHT'S WORTHINGTON CUP ACTION. 605
WELCOME TO COVENTRY, MR PRESIDENT! 234
WELCOME TO OUR CITY,MRPRESIDENT!; Bill Clinton flies in for last official speech in UK. 283
Wenger relief as ref who charged him is charged! 513
WILLO'S CALL TO ARMS; football. 490
Windies boost as Lara gets all-clear for Adelaide; CRICKET. 173
Winter work parties will help to protect wildlife. 161
Wise move by Relate. 80
Workers stage protest as Vauxhall axes jobs. 246
WORLD SHARES TOWN'S GRIEF. 254

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