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

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Title Author Type Words
'Scrap this useless New Deal'. 161
'STRANGLEHOLD' OF SHOPS PLAN. Kukuruzovic, Simon 205
'Tomb' for a classic Mini. 104
'You're the greatest' accolade for school. 217
25 sign up for share in new boats. 162
A chance to curry favour in Canley. Hopker, Antony 287
A full sex education means not making certain issues taboo. 193
A tale of two cities' mission for peace. Hopker, Antony 1284
A touch of the Orient. 98
Alert on 'hard sell' in garden. 135
Ambleside take step nearer to lifting title; FOOTBALL: Coventry alliance. Brown, Derek 613
Ann's off to Bangladesh. 80
Awards mark hard work. 177
Axles deal hailed as export boost; It will be a springboard say bosses. Williams, Alison 211
Bands offered big stage offer. 214
Barnett treble as under-12s are held; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 220
Battle begins to beat the beetles; WORK TO REPAIR THE ROOF OF WARWICK CROWN COURT WILL COST pounds 500,000. Gibbons, Duncan 210
Bedworth plan to appeal again over Vincent affair; FOOTBALL. Harris, John 150
Big cash injection for nurse training; pounds 100,000 WILL HELP IMPROVE STUDENTS' PRACTICAL SKILLS. Hall, Paula 333
Bleak legacy of M&S sales switch. 150
Bookshop starts new chapter. 96
BORO KEEPER'S SECRET INJURY; MacKenzie hasn't been able to train for months. Brown, Derek 331
BUGSY TARGETS NEW DEAL; City defender looks for happy end to nightmare season. Turner, Andy 533
Campaign to unearth the stars of tomorrow; TENNIS. 194
Campaigners in new plans uproar; VILLAGERS BACK HOMES BID - BUT IT FAILS TO WIN OFFICIALS' SUPPORT. Parrish, Rachel 357
CHAMP MAY LEAD TURPIN'S TRIBUTE. Keay, Rebecca 204
Church full for funeral of car champ. 168
CITY COUNCIL TAX BILLS UP; Double-inflation hike will add 60p a week. Scott, Fiona 461
Co-op unzips fair banana deal. 124
Computers go in raids. 114
Cool Kits in class act. 80
Council homes talks 'useful'. Barratt, Claire 240
Country parks win popular vote. 163
County property prices soaring. 188
County tops for house prices rise. 164
David in gear for Saracen. 119
Decade sees exam success figures double. Forster, Mark 169
Dog wanted for a stage trip to Oz. 120
Doreen tunes in to a win. 103
Ethical way to do business; AMBASSADORS EACH TO GET GUIDE. Williams, Alison 226
EX-SECRETARY CALLS SCHOOL STAFF BULLIES; Former worker accuses teachers of intimidation. Tolfts, Lisa 375
Experience an exotic taste of the east; READER HOLIDAYS. 260
FA are keen to extend 10-yard ruling. 235
FACE OF GOD. 266
Fears over new shops. 88
Firefighters in a lather for appeal; SPONSORED CAR WASH CASH WILL HELP BUY EQUIPMENT FOR AUTISTIC BOY. Gibbons, Duncan 326
Firm's debts could be pounds 170m. 201
Fitness test for White; CRICKET. 144
Five flee blaze in house. 113
Flavell in no mood for mercy as he returns to his former club; FOOTBALL: COVENTRY ALLIANCE. Horsfall, Phil; Wilson, Michelle 223
Flexible manufacturing or distribution unit available; COMMERCIAL REPORT. 232
Follow the rising star; RACING: TOMORROW'S CARDS Paul Allen's nap: Dr Jazz (2.30 Chepstow). Barber, William 356
Former mayor quits council. 141
Former miners' pension pay-out campaign. 122
Gamble that paid a great dividend; HUGE TURN-AROUND MAKES PARENTS CLAMOUR TO GET CHILDREN A PLACE AT CITY SCHOOL OTHERS USED TO SHUN. Forster, Mark 578
Grewcock guest at project launch; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 136
Griff relief as they end a week of defeats on a winning note; FOOTBALL: RAPIDE MIDLAND COMBINATION. Brown, Derek 372
Growth in garden conmen. 255
Health team makes mark. 169
Healy on loan to Solihull; FOOTBALL. 217
Hen Lane put pressure on; FOOTBALL: coventry, district and warwickshire. Horsfall, Phil; Wilson, Michelle 117
House prices shoot up by 12 per cent. 192
Huge bill looms to update council vans; REVIEW ORDERED AS NEW DUSTCARTS EMPHASISE DEFICIENCIES IN FLEET. Pring, John 177
I need help researching my family history; GRASSROOTS: LINK-UP. 355
IN THE COURTS: Jail for driving while banned. 806
Investing in Arena 2000; EXTRA CASH IS pounds 3m LESS THAN COUNCILLORS SAID WAS NEEDED. Scott, Fiona 122
Irish put on a street carnival; ORGANISERS HOPE TO ATTRACT BIG NAMES TO IDEA. Hopker, Antony 298
It's Monte Carlo or bust for Moorcroft; ATHLETICS: UK CHIEF FLIES OUT TO PLEAD FOR A RE-THINK. Whiting, John Robert 321
Jury told man 'ducked bullets'. Wilson, Lucy 351
Just the ticket for a drama. 118
Key player in hospice fund-raising effort. 115
Labour regroups on gay lessons. 91
Last-minute Triumph does the trick; FOOTBALL: EVENING TELEGRAPH JUNIOR CUP. Horsfall, Phil; Wilson, Michelle 237
Leamington revive old spirit to pull off shock; RUGBY UNION: SPOTLIGHT ON THE BANKS'S WARWICKSHIRE CUP. Wilkinson, John 407
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1028
Lowly Chequers too hot for leaders Saunders Hall; BULKINGTON GAMES. 238
MAGNUS HEDMAN : We must make Sunderland pay for unlucky defeat at United; FOOTBALL. Hedman, Magnus 631
Man On The Hill is a rising star; RACING: TOMORROW'S CARDS. Barber, William 255
Man tells jury of shooting terror. Wilson, Lucy 246
Marconi back in the title hunt after win; FOOTBALL: rapide midland combination. Horsfall, Phil; Wilson, Michelle 592
Martin is clincher for the White Lion; BEDWORTH POOL LEAGUE. 529
Model misses out. 104
More Plus points for hospice appeal. Hutson, Andrew 408
MP and former MD hit at 'grudges' of ex-employees. Scott, Fiona 274
New police base at heart of the beat; BROWNSOVER RESIDENTS INVITED TO ATTEND OFFICIAL LAUNCH. Hutson, Andrew 236
No way back for the panto dame. 265
Oodles of noodles for a real treat. 169
Parks 'offer good value'. 160
Partner sought after acid horror. 180
Peter's duo top National weights; RACING. 186
Pintos puts loans on line; INNOVATIVE COMPANY IS IN THE RUNNING FOR TECHNOLOGY HONOUR. Smith, Stewart 320
Pithie's set for shot at the title; BOXING. Mee, Bob 172
Plus points boost hospice appeal. Hutson, Andrew 408
Police play waiting game on hijack jet. 292
pounds 18,000 hospital appeal is launched. 178
pounds 8,834 for kids! 83
Praise for value for money school. Forster, Mark 153
Protest at plans by computer company. Ewing, Richard 193
Protest fails to block homes; 'Yes' despite traffic fears. Kukuruzovic, Simon 299
Pupils help smarten up millennium trail. 121
Quit? No says Davis; SNOOKER. 156
Raiders' rat-runs to be closed off; RESIDENTS ASKED TO AGREE SCHEME TO SLAM 200 GATES IN THE FACE OF BURGLARS. Mackenzie, Jenny 258
Referee admits he 'celebrated' goal; FOOTBALL: REED UNDER PRESSURE FROM PREMIER LEAGUE BOSSES. Barlow, Matt 259
Referee asked to explain his goal 'celebration' FOOTBALL. 195
Richardson's quit threat after failing drugs test. 249
Safety campaign after blaze death. Parrish, Rachel 229
Schools bask in Ofsted accolade; HARD WORK BY PUPILS, STAFF AND GOVERNORS PAYS OFF SAY HEAD TEACHERS. Parrish, Rachel 410
Schools win praise from top. 253
Secretary accuses school head; INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNAL TOLD OF INTIMIDATION BY FORMER RUGBY INTERNATIONAL. Tolfts, Lisa 404
Sixty years of love and marriage; GRASSROOTS: ANNIVERSARIES. 138
Social services get pounds 1m budget boost; EXTRA CASH IS pounds 3m LESS THAN COUNCILLORS SAID WAS NEEDED. Scott, Fiona 279
Soocer stars in racism fight. 115
Spin City battles on. 83
Stars double booked for soap. 111
Streets reclaim the night thanks to lights. Evans, Steve 206
Suspect car driven at WPC. 90
Teacher receives letter of praise from top. Forster, Mark 207
Teamedup with Rolf. 190
The forces won't be with you; GRASSROOTS: EX-SERVICE NOTES. 537
Thieves target rural pubs. 95
Top guns face each other at Hartshill; TUESDAY GAMES. 118
Town miss pair; FOOTBALL: INTERLINK ALLIANCE. Horsfall, Phil; Wilson, Michelle 81
TransTec debts could be pounds 170m. Scott, Fiona 426
TransTec may owe pounds 170m. Scott, Fiona 426
Travel agency offers savings guide. 189
Tribute to city metal master; PLAQUE UNVEILED TO 'FORGOTTEN CRAFSTMAN' WHO DIED IN POVERTY. Hopker, Antony 340
Trinidad boss wants to see more of Yorke; FOOTBALL. 209
TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 304
Two can fly to Dublin for just pounds 69. 412
Waiting game on hijacked jet. 146
War on shops crime spreads again. 196
Waste reduction drive really motoring. 180
We're proud to be here, say A-level students. Forster, Mark 200
Weighty workers. 158
WIN a bedroom worth pounds 1,500... 233
Youth focus of initiatives. 147

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