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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (July 26, 2000)

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'Slave' Dave is draw's top prize; FIREFIGHTER IS SHOCKED TO FIND MATES ARE OFFERING HIS SERVICES. Barratt, Claire 361
'Stars' watch over coaching session. 97
About-turn by Johnson; ATHLETICS. 85
Advice team names recruits. 92
ALOISI ALL CLEAR; FOOTBALL: Striker back after injury nightmare. 423
Ancient bench sawn in half; Drastic step during work on tapestry. Dale, Paul 291
Arena store wins approval. 175
Art show at Coombe. 85
Assay, is this yours? 82
Baby in flat fire drama. 98
Bales through in battle; BOWLS. 84
Bantams better than Owls, says Atherton; FOOTBALL. 229
Bears bonding pays dividend; CRICKET: WARWICKSHIRE PUT SUNDAY'S DEFEAT BEHIND THEM TO TURN IN IMPRESSIVE ALL-ROUND DISPLAY IN NATWEST TROPHY QUARTER FINAL. Poole, Alan 643
Bears target Lord's; CRICKET. 239
Bedworth manager Grundy denies Gorrie deal; FOOTBALL. 177
Bernadette to play for Warwicks; NETBALL. 116
Bid to create plan for region's future. 178
Bigger abuse claim pay-out agreed. Hart, Nigel 344
BLACK BOX CLUES FOUND; Concorde crash teams start grim hunt in wreckage. 440
Body piercing rules for schools; Exclusion likely to be ruled out as an option. Keay, Rebecca 253
Bulkington rock Atherstone - for second season in succession; CRICKET. 406
Buyout move on AXA policies. 142
Car crash hits Gollob Grand Prix prospects; SPEEDWAY: COUNTDOWN TO SATURDAY'S COVENTRY SHOWPIECE. Berry, Mike 279
Cash flows to pond. 120
Charity trek pledges pour in. 130
Chippie is confident No problem sayschipppie Chippie is confident. 155
City bucks trend on post-16 learning. Education, Mark Forster 290
CITY'S KITTY FOR ANOTHER KNEES-UP; Mo delivers pounds 90,000 for 2001 party. Scott, Fiona; Hart, Nigel 444
City's kitty for New Year fun; Let's party again, says Mo as she delivers pounds 90,000. Scott, Fiona; Hart, Nigel 444
Clamp spot-kick seals if for Greenbacks; FOOTBALL: Ellistown 1 Bedworth 2. Harris, John 196
Concorde back in the sky again; CRASH TEAMS BEGIN GRIM SEARCH AMONG WRECKAGE OF THE DOOMED PLANE. Woodman, Peter 448
Concorde flights resumed by BA. 123
Couple con old woman at home. 136
Cov boost squad with forwards; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 266
Crackdown on holiday thieves. Keay, Rebecca 232
CRASH CLAIMS CYCLIST'S LIFE. Ray, Emma 221
Cyclist hurt in collision. 80
Daliapour well backed; RACING. 294
Delighted Merry turns on style; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 285
Delton's strike tames Cobblers; FOOTBALL: Nuneaton Borough 1 Northampton Town 0. Brown, Derek 345
Devonish and Wise eye Olympics; ATHLETICS. 492
Dickens of a show. 88
Digger thief almost throws a spanner in the works; VICAR BLESSES CITY'S pounds 40m LOWER PRECINCT REDEVELOPMENT. Hart, Nigel 137
Dolphin car resurfaces at auction. Hambridge, Karen 275
e-signatures 'now legal'. 106
Eager Gascoigne is the apple of Toffees' eye; FOOTBALL. Rodgers, Ian 506
Earl Spencer rejects Diana Country idea. 142
EARLY BONUS FOR PHILLIPS; FOOTBALL: Unbeaten pre-season run gives Boro boss confidence. Brown, Derek 252
Eat your words, A A Gill!; DINING OUT IN COVENTRY LEFT A BAD TASTE IN THE MOUTH OF A RENOWNED FOOD CRITIC - BUT IS IT REALLY THAT AWFUL? Dale, Paul 1444
Engine check hold-up for doomed flight; CONCORDE CRASH TEAMS BEGIN GRIM SEARCH AMONG WRECKAGE OF PLANE. Woodman, Peter 467
Family spurns 'Diana Country' slogan. 238
Fergie's swipe at Wenger, Bates; FOOTBALL. 326
Feuding brother on arson charge. Wilson, Lucy 255
Fewer cars and more bars in the city would be nice; EVENING TELEGRAPH ROADSHOW. 700
FREE Pokemon movie cards. 169
Fruitful result to labours. 104
Funds gesture to aid school plans; Council smooths merger bid. Keay, Rebecca 229
Funky dance back. 106
Games seized in piracy probe; Officials raid Rugby house. Gibbons, Duncan 253
Gift buys new Sikh prayer books. 137
Golfers put pounds 9,000 into charity. 161
Gregory boost for Merson; FOOTBALL. 171
Health chief hails move on flour power. Hart, Nigel 250
Hollywood call-up for Vinnie the villain. 188
IN THE COURTS; Woman, 24, is sentenced on 37 counts. 617
Invitation to ancient walk. 126
Julia tops poll for star power. 111
Katie off to States; RACING. 156
Kiplagat storms to Tameside victory; ATHLETICS. 228
Knight rides his luck to prove a point after England frustration; CRICKET. Poole, Alan 757
Labour backs changes to mayoral voting system. 132
Last chance for Olympic hopefuls; CYCLING. Wilkinson, John 544
Legal team trebles the bill; HOSPITALS BLAME LITIGATION ETHOS. Hart, Nigel 200
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1203
Life's a beach on school holidays. 86
Light shed on history of barn. 147
Lorry blaze shuts M-way stop. 148
Margaret's winning formula. 172
Moon set to shine over perfect trip; RACING. Hayler, William 328
Mower donated in PC's memory. 141
Mums offered study help. 142
Must do better rap for colleges. 133
Naomi excels in World Junior Championhips; ARCHERY. 337
New lab will make product better. 130
No lunch for bosses. 93
Ofsted praises school's moral code. 165
Openers smash county out of game; SCHOOLS CRICKET. 219
Parents vote for summer schools. 187
Patton wins over-50s; ATHLETICS. 84
PEUGEOT WORKERS VOTE TO STRIKE; Action to start tomorrow. Hutson, Andrew 216
READER HOLIDAYS; Tour the magnificent sights of France. 273
Reshuffle at Marconi. 81
Roman holiday for kids. 80
Rosemary's dream house; Spanish youngster to get Christmas surprise. Harris, Alan 221
Rounders game punch-up. 124
Row looms over sex law reforms; SHAKE-UP EXPECTED TO SHIFT EMPHASIS IN FAVOUR OF ALLEGED RAPE VICTIMS. Lyons, James 249
Runecraft skills on a higher level. Hutson, Andrew 223
School staff seek fairer holiday deal. 187
School's out for Pat. 96
Seven flee flats block blaze. 179
Shops scheme is on its way; VICAR BLESSES CITY'S pounds 40m LOWER PRECINCT REDEVELOPMENT. Hart, Nigel 332
Social evening scores a winner. 126
Spate of accidents on the roads. Clarke, Samantha 181
Sponsor provides cash boost; FOOTBALL. 180
Stay-out-of-jail directors' guide. 123
Summer fun ideas come out of Africa. 153
Taking the rough with the smooth; NEW BOOK TAKES A LOOK AT SOCIAL HISTORY THROUGH THE LIVES OF WOMEN ACROSS THE DIVIDES. Diver, Krysia 266
Teenagers' model way to promote advice line. 122
THREE-IN-ONE HELP CENTRE; Help teams under single roof. Ewing, Richard 393
Town club attracts new young recruits; HOCKEY. 211
TOWN'SCINEMA AHEAD OF ITS TIME; Festive films promise. Gibbons, Duncan 247
Tunnel win away to keep alive title hopes; BOWLS. 250
Unions under fire over Peugeot row. 325
US team helps club. 104
Views from wards. 108
Warning on exotic buys. Hambridge, Karen 212
Watch sparks a trip back in time. 189
Whitehead takes another step nearer place in Olympics; SWIMMING. 272
Winston inspires Topton; RACING. 184
Young choir are in right key to pass first test. 111

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