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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 12, 2000)

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'Having a go' seemed the natural thing to do. McConkey, Alison 877
'Stunned' Faldo plots next move; GOLF. Garrod, Mark 479
'Sympathy' call on MS drug use; Charity speaks out over smoking of joints. Cuthbertson, Hayley 325
'Town awash with drugs' HEAD GIVES GRIM WARNING AFTER UNCOVERING 'CLEAR EVIDENCE' OF STUDENTS' INVOLVEMENT WITH CANNABIS. 1446
... And there's more cheer from Pizza Hut. 106
20-year low for jobless figures. 179
Actor in charity's clutches. 161
ANY QUESTIONS: Fred puts us in the picture. Draper, Keith 1165
Architects help the homeless. 144
Arsenal hopeful after Edu move hitch; FOOTBALL. 138
Art groups ready for funding fight; GRANTS UP TO pounds 100,000 ON OFFER IN MULTI-MILLION POUND NATIONAL LOTTERY WINDFALL. Ewing, Richard 215
Avoid hot trip cold callers. 129
Bermuda struggle to fight off the drop; BOWLS. Brown, Derek 465
Beware phone offers. 138
Blues has place with all that jazz; TWO-TONE HEROES RETURN FOR FESTIVAL FINISH. Goulden, Barbara 256
Bootlegger found with 47,000 cigarettes. 209
Builders face VAT sleuths. Cunningham, Catherine 272
Cash aid for young mums. Hall, Paula 228
Catch up on the art of gardening. 146
Chamber leader in euro debate for BBC. 136
Cleaner who never stops for tea. 131
Clocking on for the next shift; LANDMARK IS READY TO TICK OFF MINUTES OF ANOTHER CENTURY. Goulden, Barbara 258
Confidence returns to exchange. 84
County delighted by schools cup triumph; ATHLETICS. 367
Crespo in record pounds 37m transfer; FOOTBALL. 114
Dad's big push for charity. 166
Dot's air ticket back to pick up old life; Friends help end emigree's misery. Wilson, Lucy 363
Double Dekker for Erik; TOUR DE FRANCE. 187
Drugs are a problem in every school - what is being done about it?; COMMENT. 197
Drugs trial shows early promise. 135
Engineering firm's on a roll; KP spots major gap in window blinds market. Industry, Alison Williams 239
England wait on trio's tests; CRICKET. Hodgson, Myles 504
Extra cash for 'good' GPs and hospitals. 151
Facts behind those phones. 124
Fashion student strikes silver. 148
Fast food meeting. 93
Floral displays full of history. 139
Flower's men aiming to Lord it at HQ; CRICKET. 201
Follett lands top humanities role. 197
Former charity worker cleared of theft. 247
Gallery licensed to entertain. 110
Godiva power to fourth; ATHLETICS. 276
Has this ghost hunter solved mystery of city's spooky cellar?; HYPERSENSITIVE HEARING COULD EXPLAIN WHY SOME TOURISTS GET AN EERIE FEELING ... Hart, Nigel 647
Head tells of drugs shocker; TWO PUPILS FACE BEING THROWN OUT AFTER PARENTS' COMPLAINTS ABOUT DEALING IN SCHOOL. Gibbons, Duncan 292
HEROIN SWOOP ON CAR; pounds 20,000 haul found by armed hit squad. Keay, Rebecca 245
Hill flame dims after 98 years. 238
History under foot. 120
Homer's cruise on the Coo E2. 168
Hooligans bill hopes. 133
Hospice fete's record return. 137
Hospice sets pounds 30,000 record. 158
House fire tragedy. 83
IN THE COURTS. 613
Ironman Paddy adds to record tally. 107
It's triumph over tragedy for Molly; AWARD FOR SCHOOL'S PET GOAT AFTER DOG ATTACK RECOVERY. Summers, Kathryn 290
JAY'S FRESH START; FOOTBALL: I'll get more of a first team chance at City, says striker. Turner, Andy 430
John looks to the skies for award-winning inspiration. 183
Keely calls for patience; FOOTBALL. 274
Kidda five relive their glory days; CULT PUNK ROCK BAND RELEASES ITS 'COMPLETE WORKS'. Harris, Alan 231
KING MAKES BORO RETURN; FOOTBALL: Phillips hopes midfield man uses second chance to impress. Brown, Derek 399
Knife terror in truck stop raid; Cashier hands over till contents. Clarke, Samantha 233
Laugh a minute at town tribute to clown princes; SELL-OUT AUDIENCE SAYS THANKS FOR 40 YEARS OF FUND-RAISING FUN. Brown, Derek 289
Lego builds on Harry. 136
Lincoln Dancer can waltz to cup victory; RACING. Hamer, Keith 377
Lyons steps in; SPEEDWAY. 93
Magical ride in theatre. 109
Man cleared of burgling charity shop. 205
Man jailed over excise scam. Ewing, Richard 189
Man killed in Ulster unrest. 84
Marathon No 250 for David; ATHLETICS. 138
Meet the stars at our Sunday family race day; RACING. 343
Mistake leads to appeal success. 98
NEWSIGHTING IN HUNT FOR SARAH; Garage worker tells police: Schoolgirl locked in our toilet looked just like her. Darroch, Gordon 457
ON THE DRAWING BOARD. 252
On their toes to help out. 150
Outlook on jobs still uncertain. 144
pounds 18,000 target is unveiled. 112
pounds 3.5m price tag put on Nic; FOOTBALL. 187
pounds 45m extra aid for jobless. 114
Pump Rooms gamble pays off; DELIGHT AS pounds 7m REVAMP BRINGS LEAMINGTON LANDMARK BACK TO LIFE. Keay, Rebecca 441
Racing TV talks are off; RACING. Hamer, Keith 339
Rail work will lead to train delays. 128
READER HOLIDAYS; A trip to cosmopolitan Amsterdam. 148
Richard keeps on right track; DISABILITY NO BARRIER FOR TEENAGE GODIVA HARRIER. Kukuruzovic, Simon 334
Rois serves up dish of the millennium. Argument, Barbara 242
Row on train delays. 99
Runcie loses cancer battle. 182
SCHOOL HEAD IN SHOCK WARNING ON DRUGS; Nuneaton is 'flooded with drugs' says head of town comprehensive. 114
School in top form. 99
School marks 250 years of teaching; 300 YOUNGSTERS ARE NOW BEING EDUCATED AT SCHOOL SET UP AFTER DISCUSSIONS BETWEEN A VICAR AND A SQUIRE TO PROVIDE BASIC TEACHING FOR 44 BOYS. Forster, Mark 295
School's library bid success; Cash aid for plans to be drawn. 168
School's new seats of learning. 118
Schools free to pile on the chips. Hall, Paula 292
Secret tapes record suspects' conversation. Kukuruzovic, Simon 431
Secrets of the pyramids are finally revealed; CELTIC CROSS STANDS AT THE CENTRE OF REMARKABLE NEW THEORY. Goulden, Barbara 381
Six-a-side dates; Football. 83
St Andrews weather may tame the Tiger; GOLF. Alliss, Peter 612
Stabbing threat to phone robbery victim. 142
Stars in line for Ascot test; RACING. 156
Students display designer skills. 137
Teachers trained to spot signs. 194
There's gold in those mementoes. 213
Thousands head for folk bonanza; WORLD NAMES AND HOME TALENT LINED UP 21st FESTIVAL. Keay, Rebecca 270
Three join Rugby United; FOOTBALL. 266
Time for the 'czar' to speak up; COMMENT. 196
Training scheme for youngsters; Hockey. 88
Trio sign for Rugby United; FOOTBALL. 266
Virgin debates action on delays. 105
Visit Disneyland Paris for pounds 39.95. 399
Warning over petrol boycott; SMALL GARAGES COULD BE DRIVEN TO THE WALL, SAY COUNCILLORS. Capewell, Laura 300
Weather blows Tim's 100-mile time target; CYCLING: HINCKLEY STAR'S BID IS FOILED. Turner, Andy 628
YOUR VIEWS. 1345
Zimbabwe's spirit puts us to shame; CRICKET. Nicholas, Mark 548

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