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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 14, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'Digest the food labels'. 88
'Don't panic' plea to beaten Henman; TENNIS: SPOTLIGHT ON THE STELLA ARTOIS CHAMPIONSHIPS. Casey, Phil 349
'Exciting new era' pledge on culture; Update for sport centres on way. Cuthbertson, Hayley 323
'My booze downfall'. 84
[0] Aaron adds to the family silverware. 97
150 held over bus crimes. Gibbons, Duncan 195
Aaron adds to the family silverware. 97
Aiming to boot out child abuse. Clarke, Samantha 303
Alex is a star with figures. 192
Alfreda reflects on her work. 102
Allotments dream is set to come true; WORKING PARTY MOVES IN TO TRANSFORM NEGLECTED HILLFIELDS SITE. Mackenzie, Jenny 153
Annual plan for piano concert. 156
ANY QUESTIONS: Man who put every parlour in the frame; FIRM THAT THRIVED ON THE FASHION FOR FRONT-ROOM PHOTOS OF FAMILIES, SERVANTS AND PETS. Draper, Keith 653
Appeal hits new heights. 125
Appeal renewed to catch train derailers. 258
Armed robbery terror at city bank. 200
Atherstone grab cup victory; CRICKET. 360
Atkins quick off the mark; CYCLING. 679
Beckham can be the greatest; EURO 2000: ENGLAND COACH CLAIMS MANCHESTER UNITED WINGER CAN BECOME AN ALL-TIME GREAT AFTER HIS STUNNING DISPLAY AGAINST PORTUGAL. 518
Big two on course for final showdown; CRICKET. 395
BOWLS. 135
Bradbury in charge of Boro Reserves; FOOTBALL. 253
Brain disease kills girl, 11. 131
Bringing peace but ready for war; KOSOVO - ONE YEAR ON. Hart, Nigel 1004
Bubbly and slam dunk help combat child cruelty. 142
Call for irritating drivers. 173
Canon is named as new bishop; VICAR OF HOLY TRINITY WILL FOLLOW HIS PREDECESSOR INTO THE PURPLE. Goulden, Barbara 580
Chemical leak scare at food factory. 148
Choirs sing out a plea. 206
Clive's solid legacy. 142
College pay lure for children in care. 143
Crazy Horse to ride high again. Hambridge, Karen 239
CRICKET. 94
Croft ready to take his turn at Edgbaston; CRICKET. Giles, Ashley 1096
Croshaw reunion. 100
Dame Maggie may join Potter on screen. 194
David to kick off school fete. 92
Dearer taxi fares to start earlier at night; Surcharge bid to add to service. Diver, Krysia 276
Decay threat faced by historic gems; WHILE WARWICK HAS THE MILLENNIUM BUILDING, LANDMARKS ARE STILL CRUMBLING. Hargrave, Paul 245
Disease of senseless yobbery is spreading too quickly. 177
Doctor faces career history probe. 137
DOCTORS URGED TO SLASH DRUGS BILL; 'Care will not be affected' pledge. Ray, Emma 258
Doubts about future. 121
Eastern promise in Craig's garden. 189
Fakes seized at weekend market. 88
Fan Paul goes into print with Man Utd. 213
Festival plea for more choirs' meals. 152
Fife Street win but stay in bottom two. 250
Firm's record revenue rise. 85
First view lasts! 120
Flab a barrier to promotion, say women. 197
Food hygiene gets its due reward. 253
Football kicked into touch by club. Keay, Rebecca 208
Football kicked into touch. 144
FREE tickets to the cinema. 536
Fury at Pokemon cards robbery. 214
Gala to wind up Watch week. 219
Godiva women on top form; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 364
Grant gives new hope to estates. Polictical, Fiona Scott 353
Griff ace Whitehead lifts two top trophies; FOOTBALL. 385
Happiness is new twist for Hamlet; THEATRE COMPANY UNIMPRESSED BY FAMOUS PLAY'S NEW ENDING. Wilde, James 366
Help calls pour in as hunt for rapist hots up. Barratt, Claire 395
Help to escape the debts trap; Advisers ease the pressure. Barratt, Claire 269
Home praised for standards; PARK VIEW COMMENDED FOR PROVIDING BEST VALUE. Ewing, Richard 229
Hop, skip and run-up to street fair. 95
Hospital date for Duchess. 100
Hospital thief flees scene. 95
Hunt for gang in savage robbery; PUNCHES BREAK TEENAGER'S JAW IN NIGHT ATTACK. Hargrave, Paul 282
Iceland in organic food pledge. 202
IN THE COURTS: Probation for criminal damage. 611
Inflated theft claim falls flat; BUSINESSMAN IN COURT - AND INSURERS WON'T PAY. Hambridge, Karen 247
Interactive show 'first'. 93
Judge backs firm's Diana souvenirs. 91
Kevin belts along to gain pounds. 187
Lara's still main man says Knight; CRICKET. Hodgson, Myles 398
Let's hope council cabinet's promises become reality. 181
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1398
Luger set to return for England; RUGBY UNION. 239
Man thrown over car bonnet. 124
Manic Munday in race to make grade; RACING: WARWICKSHIRE JOCKEY SETS SIGHTS ON CAREER IN SADDLE. Allen, Paul 487
Match gets airport slot. 121
Matthaus the fall-guy?; EURO 2000. 248
McGreavy boosts world hopes; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 247
Men in drag top comedy film list. 138
Naomi's clean sweep; ARCHERY. 259
Neville sure that Germany hoodoo will be over; EURO 2000. 364
New newsletter for tenants. 104
NHS needs to focus on prevention. 200
Night with just a hint of Spice. 136
Norway spirit key to victory against Spain; EURO 2000. 368
Oliver shines for county kids; CRICKET. 132
Pedal power wins pounds 50,000 pledges. 142
Phoenix firm wins millennium accolade. 143
pounds 70,000 to help carers. Clarke, Samantha 256
Project gives companies right Kitt for cost cutting. 154
Qualification advice. 149
Recipe for funds. 102
RELIEF ROAD ROUTE MAY BE CHANGED; New move to allow rail line reopening. Scott, Fiona 294
Residents stuck with nuisance phone box. Ray, Emma 238
Reward offer after armed raid. 113
Rich 'can pay more'. 129
Roadblocks help blitz on burglars; Police quiz drivers to get the lowdown on offenders. Tolfts, Lisa 287
Rugby win double clinches semi-final places; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 481
Rundown centre looks sure to go. Wilson, Lucy 280
Salute was in reply to 'scum fans'. 198
Schools records tumble; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 671
Sharon lets her hair down to save water. 150
Smoking shock tactics urged by MEPs. 250
Store's gift helps to take the arts into school. 173
Story is brought rocking back; REVIEW. Williams, Paul 185
Swan more of a silly goose! 247
Swaying bridge closed 'for weeks'. 138
Swayze air alert: three accused. 114
Takeover stake in traffic gen system. Smith, Stewart 216
The grass is greener for England fans; EURO 2000. 280
The joys of an artist. 83
THEATRE SCOOPS DREAM AWARD. Kukuruzovic, Simon 289
Travel to Europe's beautiful cities; READER HOLIDAYS. 204
Trickster steals from man, 86. 126
Tubby Tyson knocked out by Gertie; LONELY DAYS AT AN END FOR RESCUED POT-BELLIED PIGS. Cuthbertson, Hayley 292
UP FOR GRABS!; Owls' Alexandersson would welcome a switch to Sky Blues. Turner, Andy 364
VANDALS IN BID TO WRECK TRAIN; Express driver pelted while trying to move 2ft barrier. Goulden, Barbara 487
Veteran news vendor dies, aged 86; 'BARON OF BROADGATE' MOURNED WHERE HE ONCE REIGNED. Hargrave, Paul 306
Volunteers on show. 124
Wait for five in stadium seats dispute. 254
We fight on, say hunting lobby. 117
Yorkshire Water is set to go mutual. Watkins, Simon 200
Yugoslavia caught cold by superb Slovenia; EURO 2000. Barlow, Matt 434

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