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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 21, 2000)

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'Big ideas can break the cycle' RALLYING CALL ON DEPRIVATION. Kukuruzovic, Simon 258
'Business as usual' at firm hit by arson. 183
'Give us a place to skate...' CITY BOBBY BACKS YOUNG SKATEBOARDERS' CALLS FOR SOMEWHERE TO PRACTISE THEIR SKILLS. Goulden, Barbara 752
150 YEARS OF HAPPINESS!; AMAZING COINCIDENCE AS THREE COUPLES RELATED BY MARRIAGE CELEBRATE THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES WITHIN DAYS OF EACH OTHER. Cuthbertson, Hayley 539
206 Style pointers; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 181
A class of his own?; GOLF. Casey, Phil 386
A HUGE NEW STAR!; GO 2: CINEMA. Wood, Michael 243
A NOVEL interpretation!; GO 2: CINEMA. Wood, Mike 153
A year on the tiles . . .; AS THE SUMMER TERM COMES TO AN END, SCHOOLS ALL OVER THE AREA HAVE PLENTY TO CELEBRATE. Diver, Krysia 251
AA WARNING TO USED CAR BUYERS; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 432
Adders battle back to earn draw against Poppies; FOOTBALL. 162
Addict's mum in line for award. 125
Alastair takes hisown show on the road; ACTING HOPEFUL LEAVES COVENTRY AFTER THE FIRST STAGE - LITERALLY - OF HIS EPIC JOURNEY. Mcmullen, Marion 352
All systems are go on the CR-V; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 133
Artist gives a pointer to Leo's hopes; RACING. Gilpin, Ray 455
Artist wades in with inspiration. 140
Aussie star Donovan is Jumpin back into limelight!; GO 2-ROCK. Poole, Alan 332
Award for our tourist treasure. Williams, Alison 307
Back clinic in good hands. 99
Backing for initiative on youth crime. 111
Bad example rap for 'speeding Jack'. 91
banking on a winner; go 2: videos. Cain, Tara 110
Barn's history in pictures. 142
Barry signs up for fresh Blaze stint. 137
Bees are heading north under protest...; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 268
Bloom bid on track. 159
Blueprint to keep hall's character; LUXURY FLATS SUGGESTED - BUT IT'S BEST AS A LEARNING CENTRE. Ewing, Richard 266
Boro's golden goal is blocked. Ray, Emma 261
BREEN STAKES CLAIM; football. Turner, Andy 391
Bright spark; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 167
Calypso crazy for summer; GO 2-ROCK. Poole, Alan 80
Car to make a Pass-at; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 110
Casement cruise. 103
CASH BEEFS UP RURAL BOBBIES; Handout strengthens policing in village areas. Mackenzie, Jenny 281
Cash crisis puts festival in doubt; TOWN'S POPULAR MULTICULTURAL EVENT NEEDS SPONSORSHIP. Ewing, Richard 230
Cathcart flies in to boost Bears; RUGBY UNION: COUNTDOWN TO THE NEW SEASON. Wilkinson, John 151
Chance to race at Silverstone; DRIVETIME. 154
City's lesson in learning; Standards going up. Forster, Mark 186
Colourful but too expensive; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 527
Community centre hand-over gets closer. 83
Community challenge atbusycentre; VOLUNTEERS WILL TRY TO GIVE RUN-DOWN BUILDING A FACELIFT IN TWO WEEKS. Summers, Kathryn 274
Cost fears over OAP home care. Goulden, Barbara 200
Crusaders snap up new star; BASKETBALL: STEVENS SIGNS. 153
Cuore given a little extra; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 157
Diane seeks help for big event. 156
Doorstep tricksters alert. 218
Easy-going Corsa; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 126
END OF THE ROAD; CRICKET. 149
England look to final; CRICKET: YESTERDAY'S ACTION. Hodgson, Myles 339
Enjoy a break in beautiful Sardinia; READER HOLIDAYS. 234
Every little helps in battle to keep tourism a success. 248
Expert on taxing matters made a partner. 98
Facelift adds 6 appeal; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 256
Family's playful appeal. 175
FESTIVAL comes of age; GO 2: FOLK. Willow, Pete 257
Firm takes over secret test track. Williams, Alison 316
Firm tries to woo new customers with Lanos; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 146
First look at sports car; DRIVETIME. 164
Four victims for Piper in close match; CRICKET: YESTERDAY'S ACTION. 397
From crafts to creatures; arts & exhibitions. Bell, Lucy 232
From humble to historical; GO 2: JAZZ. Caldwell, Bob 373
Fun in the sun as tots leave nursery. 116
GANG IN GUN RAID TERROR GO DOWN; Jailed for 'appalling robberies'. Kukuruzovic, Simon 195
Geoff faces final frame. Ray, Emma 180
GIT IN THERE BORO!; Manor Park chief Phillips aiming to bolster defence. Brown, Derek 362
Great news for company car drivers; DRIVETIME. 191
GREECE is the word for Michael; GO 2 : THEATRE. Mcmullen, Marion 522
Guide for carers. 83
Hall and Venus at the helm; RUGBY UNION: COUNTDOWN TO THE NEW SEASON. Wilkinson, John 108
Hannah is making her mark; TENNIS. 218
Hard to see where pounds 15m has gone; YOUR VIEWS ON THE STREET. Gibbons, Duncan 329
Have a laugh - it'll do you good. Diver, Krysia 291
Home truth of new way of working; THERE ARE NOW 1.3 MILLION PEOPLE WORKING FROM HOME - AND IT'S RISING AS MORE FIRMS BECOME AWARE OF THE BENEFITS. Williams, Alison 1291
Horns of plenty for British open; GO 2: CLASSICAL. Mackenzie, Jenny 536
Hot stuff; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 126
Hot weather is good news for criminals; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 206
in the courts: Woman sent to jail for flouting orders. 565
Internet link is the talk of the town; COLLEGE STUDENTS AND CITY CENTRE BOSSES GO ONLINE TO SPREAD THEIR MESSAGE. Hart, Nigel 362
It all adds up to a success; AS THE SUMMER TERM COMES TO AN END, SCHOOLS ALL OVER THE AREA HAVE PLENTY TO CELEBRATE. Diver, Krysia 98
It's all over bar the shouting for Tour king Armstrong; CYCLING: TOUR DE FRANCE. 248
It's the best time to get a new life!; DRIVETIME. 105
Joan's new chapter. 93
Jockeys to get a pay rise; RACING. 188
John's star turn for free!; GO 2: JAZZ. Caldwell, Bob 251
Land Rover a hit with star; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 130
Leeds face Germans in Euro start; football. 171
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1243
Lions pin hopes on lottery drive; RUGBY UNION: COUNTDOWN TO THE NEW SEASON. Wilkinson, John 459
Lord Mayor on the offensive; Arena complex objections spark fury. Scott, Fiona 236
Making sweet MUSIC; go 2: cinema. Wood, Mike 656
Massive boost for roads system is welcomed. 265
Moles lines up a treat; CRICKET. Wilson, Michelle 365
More money pledged for road scheme. 143
Most workers 'not aware of rights'. Hutson, Andrew 304
Motorists are now upwardly mobile; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 226
MPs praise school cash boost. 133
MPV in driving SEAT; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 188
Mums left for months with steps damage; COUNCIL SAYS SORRY OVER DELAY IN REACTING AFTER FIRE AT MAISONETTES. Summers, Kathryn 235
Music helps forge links; AS THE SUMMER TERM COMES TO AN END, SCHOOLS ALL OVER THE AREA HAVE PLENTY TO CELEBRATE. Diver, Krysia 273
Muzzy begging Lennon to stay; FOOTBALL: THE LATEST PREMIERSHIP NEWS. Lansley, Simon 962
Mystery mix. 147
New Mondeo model offered; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 89
Offering help to disabled; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 323
Ogrizovic returns for C and NW showdown; CRICKET. Wilson, Michelle 667
Our price reductions just went down even further; DRIVETIME. 99
PAUL DALE: Where it all went wrong for Mr Blair; STRAIGHT TALKING. Dale, Paul 770
POLLUTION WATCH. 123
Pooper scooper's 'good girl' award; VET'S NURSE RACHEL SETS THE RIGHT EXAMPLE. Cuthbertson, Hayley 227
Prescott unveils massive transport uplift. 230
Pub drinks to a secret past; RELICS REVEALED IN pounds 800,000 RENOVATION. Barratt, Claire 298
Pub named after influential poet; THE RUPERT BROOKE READY TO OPEN SOON AT RUGBY INDOOR MARKET SITE. Capewell, Laura 232
Punky pop on Kelly's platform; GO 2 : THE LIMIT: TO THE GROUND. Crutchlow, Dayle 215
Pupils show work in the arts. 160
Putting safety first for older people. 97
Rampant Palace end leaders' glory run; POOL. 257
RECEIVER loud and clear; GO 2 : THE LIMIT: TO THE GROUND. Crutchlow, Dayle 338
Rich reality is woven into beautiful textiles; ART & EXHIBITIONS. Bell, Lucy 166
Rover's Olympic hopes; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 273
Rugger stars to attend charity auction. 130
School pellet shooting sparks parents' fears. Barratt, Claire 224
School's purrs of delight. 85
School's sport strikes gold again. 83
Secret test track taken over. 231
Shoppers confident again. 96
SHORT PUTS; GOLF. Abel, Sally 408
Sky's the limit for Lisa; GOLF. Draper, Roger 459
Something to say? Then say it to us!; DRIVETIME. 94
Songs for a celebration. 118
Speed plea to drivers; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 158
STAGE SHORTS; GO 2 : THEATRE. Mcmullen, Marion 324
Steve happy to take his time; GOLF: SPOTLIGHT ON THE OPEN. Abell, Sally 614
Street thieves floor victim. 209
Streets to be brought to life. 134
Studio 45 in deal. 144
Summer of fun on offer for Binley children. 163
Talks on club's late-night opening; Fight to block extension fails. Capewell, Laura 294
Teamwork gets it all sewn up. 149
The gang thought it was funny to tie someone up with a gun to their head; OFFICER WHO LED THE HUNT FOR THE 'REMORSELESS' ROBBERS TELLS HOW THEY WERE TRAPPED BY THEIR OWN WORDS. Kukuruzovic, Simon 901
Time to get a move on!; GOLF. Casey, Phil 381
Tooled up theft. 80
Town youngsters off to Millennium Games finals; BASKETBALL. 228
Traditional style - plus a sense of humour!; GO 2: COUNTRY. Stuart, Frances 184
Turning back clock; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 115
UK drivers pay price for speed mix-up; DRIVETIME. Smith, Stewart 215
Upholstery student Elizabeth stuffs the opposition to pick up silver medal. 132
Villa still want Ginola; football. 188
Vitamin cancer risk to smokers. 136
Wardle inspires Cons' title charge; BOWLS. 174
WE'RE HEADING YOUR WAY!; HERE COMES SUMMER - AND HERE COMES THE ROADSHOW. 179
weddings. 293
WHITE LADDER; to Gray success; GO 2-ROCK. Poole, Alan 489
WIN . . . a host of High Fidelity goodies; GO 2. 164
win pounds 150 worth of Cullens beauty treatments. 249
win Rogue Trader on video; go 2: videos. 106
Woolacot sparkles; CRICKET. Wilson, Michelle 221
Young poets get in print. 112
Youth club launch all thanks to Peter; DISABLED TEENAGER GETS CRACKING TO BRIGHTEN UP SOCIAL SCENE. Harris, John 299

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