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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 11, 2000)

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'Lifetime at museum but I'm no relic yet!'. 108
'Scandal' of stairlifts that go for scrap; IT'S CHEAPER THAT WAY, SAYS COUNCIL, AS DISABLED PEOPLE LITERALLY DIE WAITING FOR THEM. Goulden, Barbara 391
'Sorry' letter on shop collapse; PLANNERS TO ENSURE FRONT IS REBUILT THE SAME. Hopker, Antony 274
'Victim was my friend' MURDER TRIAL JURY TOLD OF STAND-OFF. Hart, Nigel 297
[2] DRIVE TIME: IN BRIEF; MOTORING. 191
3,000 jobs to go at Lloyds TSB. 160
Akhtar reprieve; CRICKET. 93
Anger over costly 'failure'. 106
Anna 'stalker' charge. 148
Back On Top looks set to strike gold; RACING. Barber, William 459
Bike ride brings in pounds 5,000. 139
Blow for Cov as Gough breaks his collarbone; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 290
Blow tohopes of refugees; HELP CENTRE PLANS SCUPPERED BY COLLAPSED CEILING. Hopker, Antony 285
Book club that's just a click away; Author turns to internet for new venture. Harris, Alan 214
Borough are wise to Morecambe's defensive game plan; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 325
Bradbury travels in hope; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 553
Brendan PHILLIPS the Boro boss' exclusive column; All we are really missing is a bit more luck in front of goal; FOOTBALL. PHILLIPS, Brendan 794
Bring a spade to wood launch. 137
Burns is on a mission; RALLYING. 215
Call for more cash to boost memorial appeal; EVENING TELEGRAPH CAMPAIGN. Parrish, Rachel 306
Call to get together to beat vandals. 172
Captain might not go on parade at Cheltenham; RACING. 330
Car gift thrills hospice appeal chiefs; Raffle could raise up to pounds 20,000. Tolfts, Lisa 292
Cash plea for sundial. 89
CCTV offer at alcohol licence hearing; Police object to bid by city store. Tyrrell, Sarah 274
Chance to help health teams. 96
Children's services spared from spending cuts. 255
Cinders makes a return. 136
CINEMA: A new relationship that's anything but quiet; GO2. Prichard, Caroline 213
CINEMA: Even BETTER than the original!; GO2. 510
CINEMA: Life's a BEACH; GO2: The cult novel about an idyllic Thai island is finally given a big-screen outing. Wood, Michael 824
CINEMA: TOYING with our affections; GO2. Wood, Michael 694
City centre security clampdown is a major achievement; COMMENT. 203
CLASSICAL: Girls are making great sounds; GO2. Mackenzie, Jenny 444
Colourful reward for polite pupils; SCHOOL'S LESSON IN GOOD MANNERS FOR TOTS - AND A FEW PARENTS. Evans, Steve 376
Combs at the ready for battle. 108
Come and help us says trust. 182
Counting cost of childcare. 144
COUNTRY: Dixie help kick off a new venue; GO2. Stewart, Frances 163
Cov calls for EU probe on lottery refusal; Anger as pounds 2m bid is rejected. Dale, Paul 339
Dalglish back at helm as Barnes is axed; FOOTBALL. 343
Deadly duo out to re-ignite Mackems'sagging season; FOOTBALL: Quinn respects City but thinks Sunderland have the ammunition to triumph. Turner, Andy 859
Derek gives his heartfelt thanks for 20 extra years; GRANDAD IS EUROPE'S LONGEST TRANSPLANT SURVIVOR. 346
Diana's pal helps launch 'Angels' NURSING TEAM FOR CHILDREN WILL BE MEMORIAL TO CARING PRINCESS. Hall, Paula 293
Don't waste your waste ... 142
Dons land City reject Lund; FOOTBALL. 108
DRIVE TIME: A licence to crack down on Britain's rogue mechanics; MOTORING. 147
DRIVE TIME: A new little brother for Hyundai's Atoz; MOTORING. 169
DRIVE TIME: ALFA ROMEO; MOTORING. 119
DRIVE TIME: At last . . . an MPV that's a real pleasure to drive; MOTORING. Motoring, Stewart Smith 504
DRIVE TIME: Classic cars can get the 4-star treatment again; MOTORING. Motoring, Stewart Smith 343
DRIVE TIME: DAEWOO; MOTORING. 167
DRIVE TIME: DAIHATSU; MOTORING. 142
DRIVE TIME: IN BRIEF; MOTORING. 176
DRIVE TIME: IN BRIEF; MOTORING. 262
DRIVE TIME: IN BRIEF; MOTORING. 191
DRIVE TIME: LAND ROVER; MOTORING. 92
DRIVE TIME: Love is . . . a van for Valentine's Day; MOTORING. 169
DRIVE TIME: New system brings success on a plate; MOTORING: Six-monthly scheme is welcomed by dealers and buyers. Smith, Stewart 486
DRIVE TIME: NISSAN; MOTORING. 139
DRIVE TIME: Rap for EC ruling on scrap vehicles; MOTORING. Motoring, Stewart Smith 230
DRIVE TIME: SEAT; MOTORING. 161
DRIVE TIME: STILL no crackdown on cowboy clampers; MOTORING. 201
DRIVE TIME: Sunderland remains top of the big league; MOTORING: Nissan plant is still number one. 229
DRIVE TIME: SUZUKI; MOTORING. 91
DRIVE TIME: The W factor; MOTORING: Why March 1 will bring hope to a turbulent market. Smith, Stewart 470
DRIVE TIME: Toyota quick off the mark with sporting link; MOTORING. 187
DRIVE TIME: Vauxhall launch first Euro-built mini MPV; MOTORING. 199
DRIVE TIME: VOLVO; MOTORING. 115
DRIVE TIME: WIN Top tickets for the British Grand Prix; MOTORING. 252
Drive to cut red tape. 159
Extra dig tours full already. 201
FACE OF GOD. 95
Favourites from the big shows. 107
Feast of fun for city youngsters. 158
Films in line for more awards. 158
Fire service check on town's growth. 163
Five in sister act. 86
Florida Pearl aimed at massive prize; RACING. 197
FOLK: The FINEST acts line up; GO2. Willow, Pete 286
Freedom after months; IT'S CHEAPER THAT WAY, SAYS COUNCIL, AS DISABLED PEOPLE LITERALLY DIE WAITING FOR THEM. Goulden, Barbara 204
Garden's rest cure. 136
Giant phone mast will remain; Council decides against legal battle. Gibbons, Duncan 280
GLIMMER OF HOPE FOR 230; Buyer could rescue jobs at Potterton. Keay, Rebecca 314
Go-getters' US mission. Williams, Alison 254
Gratitude as festival is a huge success; MP ASKS FOR REASSURANCE AMID FEARS FOR RILEY SQUARE SCHEME. Pring, John 181
Great expectations for pregnancy pals' group; GROUP WHICH HELPS DISADVANTAGED MOTHERS-TO-BE WINS GRANT OF pounds 10,000. 339
Grower raises bumper crop of funds. 95
GYMNASTICS. 151
Heart op man still has power. 123
Hendry escapes motorway smash; SNOOKER. 337
Hijack hostage dilemma for Straw. 102
Hillfields WATCH out for a future that's safe; RESIDENTS OF AN INNER CITY AREA ARE WORKING TOGETHER TO MAKE THEIR STREETS A HAPPIER PLACE TO LIVE. Mackenzie, Jenny 1358
History repeats itself for show. 96
Homes plan site visit. 145
Hopes high after delegation puts Rugby's case to Eurocrats during Brussels trip. 211
Host families wanted. 85
Human cargo on M6 lorry. 89
IN THE COURTS; Five-year driving ban for city man. 1057
In-form Bull see off Prince; Darts. 106
It really is your caring, sharing Co-op; MEET THE BOSS WHO HAS BROUGHT A LOCAL RETAILER BACK TO THE HEART OF THE COMMUNITY AND MADE IT PROFITABLE AGAIN. 1199
JAZZ: A name for the FUTURE; GO2. Caldwell, Bob 334
Jobs to go says Lloyds. 103
Kenilworth target hat-trick of wins to sustain new year revival; RUGBY UNION: JUNIOR CLUBS. 508
Lane face either Bilton or Brookies; FOOTBALL. 92
Laughing policeman makes his mark on landscape. 243
Laughing policeman. 104
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 897
Lions need four wins to survive says Malik; RUGBY UNION. 271
Maguire misery; RACING. 117
Masons opening doors to the public. 213
Mental health unit is given go-ahead; PROTESTERS PIN HOPES ON ALTERNATIVE GP SCHEME FOR LONGFORD SITE. Pring, John 464
Millennium grant puts poets in print; DELIGHT AS WILLENHALL COLLECTION GETS APRIL PUBLICATION DATE. Diver, Krysia 314
Mo's walkies up the aisle for TV. 139
More misery for Maguire; RACING. 118
MPs hear complaints over OAPs' tax forms. 114
MPs vote for gay sex at 16. 107
National hope 'out for season' RACING. 139
New station is on target, say police; MP ASKS FOR REASSURANCE AMID FEARS FOR RILEY SQUARE SCHEME. Pring, John 216
Nigel's Artful move to the stage is a real tonic; ACTOR LEAVES WARWICKSHIRE-BASED TV SERIES TO CONCENTRATE ON HIS THEATRICAL CAREER. 737
No joke, this is a work of art. 122
Nuns swop number 9s as Bird flies off home; RUGBY UNION. 308
Outfits that hold 50 years of happiness; GOLDEN WEDDINGS WILL SOON BE RARER THAN A 100TH BIRTHDAY, SAY COUPLE. Evans, Steve 360
Passive smoking research 'bias'. Radowitz, John von 249
PAUL DALE STRAIGHT TALKING: The real cost of policing our streets. Dale, Paul 569
Peruvians 'won't be rushed' FOOTBALL. 112
Photo issued in hunt for boy. 133
Pipe whittles entry down to five; RACING. 127
Plane noise limits ruled out. 129
Player puts Mark back on course; GOLF. Draper, Roger 391
Police hail success of ant-drugs drive. Hutson, Andy 196
Police praise scheme to tune of pounds 500. 189
pounds 150,000 to target leisure projects; BETTER OPPORTUNITIES PLEDGE. Steedman, Josie 343
pounds 1m invoices fiasco blamed on 'glitch'. Pring, John 276
pounds 5,000 lotto award to village nursery; DOUBLE CASH WINDFALL FOR THE SCHOOL SAVED BY PARENTS' CHARITY. Gibbons, Duncan 233
pounds 500,000 to match demand. 154
POWER CABLES ROAD DRAMA; Sparks fly as tree topples. Gibbons, Duncan 189
RACING. 132
READER HOLIDAYS; Celebrate 175 years of railways. 200
READER OFFERS; FIVE SUPERB COOKWARE OFFERS FOR EVENING TELEGRAPH READERS. 564
Revving up for mega bike bash; VILLAGE BRACED FOR 20,000 MOTORCYCLES. Tyrrell, Sarah 277
Richard KEYS a Sky Blues fan's view; Whelan would do well to think about staying; FOOTBALL. Keys, Richard 652
Rivals' hopes dashed by Hall; BULKINGTON INDOOR GAMES LEAGUE. 242
ROCK: Clannad's collection is a true classic; GO2. Poole, Alan 214
ROCK: Tracey tells her STORY; GO2. Poole, Alan 388
Safety first; RACING. 109
Search is on to honour our silent heroes; REQUESTS POUR IN FOR AWARD SCHEME FORMS. Evans, Steve 198
Spread a little love among birds!; NATURE LOVERS URGED TO PUT UP NEST BOXES IN RUN-UP TO VALENTINE'S DAY. Wilson, Lucy 283
Staff to speed arena opening. 134
Strachan blasts Sky over 'fictitious' transfer reports; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 338
Student's dynamic art marks park gateway. 122
Students hit high note at awards night. 176
Tales of old from a Roman soldier. 131
TARGET MEN; FOOTBALL: Stopping Quinn and Phillips is key to success over Sunderland - Strachan. Turner, Andy 460
The British title will be mine says Pithie; BOXING: COVENTRY FIGHTER WINS THE PSYCHOLOGICAL BATTLE. Mee, Bob 314
The economics of buying new or using old; IT'S CHEAPER THAT WAY, SAYS COUNCIL, AS DISABLED PEOPLE LITERALLY DIE WAITING FOR THEM. Goulden, Barbara 281
The gang's all here once more; FORMER PERFORMERS AND BACKSTAGE CREW OVER 40 YEARS INVITED TO REUNION. Wilson, Lucy 293
THE LIMIT: DODGY, BELLATRIX, CRASHLAND THE COLOSSEUM, JANUARY 29; GO2. Sparks, Susan 277
THEATRE: WELL HARD - on stage at least; GO2. McMULLEN, MARION 602
This is your fridge calling... 89
Thomas warns Knitters; FOOTBALL. 256
Three die in horrific M6 crash. 127
Thumb injury rules out Rhooms; BASKETBALL. 258
Tip sets up garden compost bin. 163
TO THE GROUND: It's the Paul and Liam show; GO2. Crutchlow, Dayle 304
TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 334
UNITED FRONT TO BEAT THUGS. Hart, Nigel 430
VIDEOS: Married to the Mob; GO2. Cain, Tara 355
Village school wins lottery boost. 180
Volcano health hazard lingers; UNIVERSITY IN ISLAND STUDY. Hall, Paula 269
Walk clocks up cash. 104
WARNING AFTER ATTACK ON GIRL. Evans, Steve 237
Warwickshire miss out on promotion; SQUASH. 118
We must bounce back says Bedworth boss; FOOTBALL. 394
Weather wait for Beaumont; RACING. 125
WIN a bedroom carpet worth pounds 1,500. 320
WIN tickets to see Toy Story 2. 163
Woolmer's words of advice for Knight; CRICKET: BEARS OPENER NEEDS TEST CHANCE TO PROVE HIS QUALITY - COACH. Field, David 499
You call the shots, children are told. Hopker, Antony 215

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