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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 10, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'Olympics' for 100 youngsters. 114
10 things you didn't know about... TOM JONES; WEEKEND TV. 245
400 singers to line castle ramparts. Diver, Krysia 279
A gripping film in the making; BOOKS. Allen, Paul 148
A new report on the economy in Coventry and Warwickshire reveals that we're doing... BIG BUSINESS! Industry, Alison Williams 689
Ace Sarwar lands crown; SQUASH. 137
Anna braves conditions to land award; GOLF. 196
Awards for five choristers. 157
Battlefield now offers a peaceful ramble; COUNTRY WALK. Weston, Ron 548
Bedworth in last four of KO Cup. 87
Boots opening in store. 105
BORO'S TICKET BOOST; Season ticket sales rocket. Brown, Derek 260
BUS RULING TO SPLIT VILLAGE; School row brewing. Tolfts, Lisa 330
Charity celebrates30 years. 133
Chef adds himself to water. 108
College catering service is out of this world. 157
COMEDIAN IN GLASS THROWING INQUIRY; Couple tell how evening out turned into nightmare. Kukuruzovic, Simon 352
Countdown to an all-action summer; TIMETABLE OF FREE FUN AND GAMES LINED UP FOR YOUNGSTERS. Gibbons, Duncan 254
County efforts win top praise. 148
Cybill's kiss and tell-all tale; BOOKS. McMullen, Marion 184
Drama in the wings; BOOKS. McMullen, Marion 108
Euro 2000 diary. 374
Experience the beauty of Italy; READER HOLIDAYS. 247
Fame beckons for students. 147
Firms slow to make phone code change; New numbers still causing problems. Gibbons, Duncan 204
Flock to the garden show. 171
Game show sued over row. 187
Garage raider made wrong call. Mackenzie, Jenny 179
Gran, 77, sold smuggled cigarettes. 193
Gun terror as raiders strike at corner shops. Goulden, Barbara 279
GUN TERROR IN SHOP ROBBERY; Customers forced to lie on ground. Barratt, Claire 200
GUN TERROR IN SUPERMARKET; Robber snatches cash from till. Mackenzie, Jenny 234
Hospital bloods hi-tech helper; NEW EQUIPMENT SPEEDS UP TEST RESULTS FOR GEORGE ELIOT PATIENTS. Barratt, Claire 288
Hospital transport concerns raised; 'DON'T FORGET US' PLEA TO PRESCOTT FROM DISABLED PATIENTS. Kukuruzovic, Simon 302
Hypnotic attraction of TV lens; A WALK ON THE KEAY SIDE. Keay, Rebecca 412
in the courts: Youth was equipped for theft. 823
Inspector faces new challenge. Clarke, Samantha 223
John proves he has pots of talent!; Dad, 57, beats sons to degree. Hambridge, Karen 252
Keegan backs Owen to do the business; FOOTBALL: ENGLAND BOSS CONFIDENT DESPITE WORRY OVER SKIPPER. 438
Knives handed in after sermon. Hargrave, Paul 314
LARSSON RETURN BOOSTS MAGNUS; FOOTBALL: EURO 2000. Turner, Andy 379
LETTERS: SATURDAY SOAPBOX. 369
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1041
Life on street reflected in art. 106
Line up for the Wet Nose Walk. 116
Lottery gift is plenty to smile about; pounds 344,376 will improve dental health helpline. Mackenzie, Jenny 255
Millionth visitor is on top of the world. 150
MP backs NSPCC campaign. 114
Music from talented trio. 83
Negotiations begin ... 85
Neville pledges to take care of Portuguese ace; FOOTBALL: EURO 2000. 482
New and old in grand city tour. 152
Now is the time to speak; VIEW FROM THE CLOCK TOWER. Tolfts, Lisa 438
Nuns will appoint new man quickly; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 179
Open season to catch dodgers. 220
Open season to catch TV cheats; EURO 2000 GIVES INSPECTORS PERFECT OPPORTUNITY TO CATCH NON-PAYERS. Gibbons, Duncan 280
Out of the pub and on the wagon. 214
OZ a wizard experience; FROM THE GREAT BARRIER REEF TO THE FABULOUS SYDNEY HARBOUR - AUSTRALIA REALLY DOES HAVE SOMETHING TO SUIT EVERYONE'S TASTE. Turner, Andy 1750
Patrols on tail of park vandals. 106
Patrols on vandals' trail. 105
PET S.O.S.: Betty's happy family; TWO COLLIES AND A BURMAN CAT WERE RESCUED BY A WOMAN WHO HAS GIVEN THEM A LOVING HOME. Evans, Ann 972
Petition over care group. 113
Plan to outlaw phone sex cards. 165
Plea for men to share interests. 133
Plea on vegan travel guide. 158
Police bring advice to your door. 144
pounds 4,000 of cheer for town charities cheer; THREE GROUPS BENEFIT FROM BUILDING SOCIETY FUND WINDFALL. Hutson, Andrew 237
Protesters attack fire allegation. Goulden, Barbara 206
Pupils put on their marks for charity. 194
Pupils see work on show. 80
Pupils trot out drama hit. 80
Rare coins found on river bank. 80
Record breaker on stage. 95
Ricco is forced out for Bees; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 174
Rider hurt in crash. 84
Shoaib stunner for sad Notts; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. Smith, Bill 306
Simmo told to get back in ring; BOXING. Marshall, Robin 221
Sky Blues report no interest in Whelan. 168
Students win design awards. 86
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 208
Taking SIDES!; EURO 2000. McMullen, Marion 1176
THE SINKING OF THE SS LANCASTRIA; MEMORIES. Evans, Steve 1187
Therapies should be on NHS - MP. 129
Three on steroids charge. 114
Toddlers wise up on owls. 113
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 206
Top Ten Books; BOOKS. 85
Tough action to improve safety at work. 209
Toy Story gives box office a buzz. 88
Trip to shops brings free car. 130
Two jailed for drink-fuelled attack in city. Gibbons, Duncan 309
Veterans in driving seat; GOLF. 102
Video will relive the millennium excitement; TIGHTROPE WALK CAPTURED ON FILM FOR MEMENTO OF CITY'S YEAR 2000 CELEBRATIONS. Mackenzie, Jenny 262
We're going to fight this all the way; PETITION LAUNCHED TO SAVE TREES THREATENED BY DIY STORE'S EXPANSION PLANS. Ewing, Richard 238
WEEKEND TV: Playing Patsy's pa; Lorcan Cranitch has his hands full with the former fiery EastEnder. Mcmullen, Marion 646
Welcome for football's campaign. 131
Why Carmel loves being mayor; 'CIVIC ENGAGEMENTS LIKE THIS ARE A REAL PLEASURE'. Harris, John 270
Wild home for steel beauty. 136
win food vouchers worth nearly pounds 3,000. 274
Youths get a kick from 999 services. 140

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