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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (March 11, 2000)

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'Let's all meet up in the year 2000' IN 1943 SCHOOLFRIENDS MADE A VOW TO MEET IN COVENTRY IN 57 YEARS TIME - AND KEPT IT. Goulden, Barbara 868
'Market' beer is a bottled best-seller. Keay, Rebecca 173
10 things you didn't know about... RICHARD BECKINSALE; WEEKEND TV. 232
20,000 new 75s in Rover recall. Cunningham, Catherine 202
30 injured in train collision. 138
A walk on the KEAY SIDE. Keay, Rebecca 419
Anthem for peace in Ireland launch. 143
Ay up it's EVANS: Gertcha! So now you know, Sir Richard. Evans, Steve 524
BARRIERS GO UP AT BORO; FOOTBALL: Fans to be segregated after Hereford trouble. Brown, Derek 322
Battery power drives police; Criminals won't hear us coming, says Inspector. Harris, Alan 364
Bazaar nights at theatre. 102
Beat bobby holds talks. 100
Ben backs Beeb in hunt for new TV talent. 149
BIKE PESTS MEET THEIR MATCH; Off-road team take onpeewee hooligans. Hargrave, Paul 294
Board to rule on Bees deal; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 110
Bob MEE; Britain's top ringside writer with the column that's a must for every boxing fan; Unreliable scales are not the weigh to go. . .; BOXING. MEE, Bob 1260
BOOKS. 837
Brushing up on DIY techniques. 106
Burglars go on the retreat. Gibbons, Duncan 245
Care audit backs city standards; SOCIAL SERVICES HAIL INITIATIVES DESIGNED TO HELP THE CHILDREN WHO NEED IT THE MOST. 235
Cashman back on screen at opening. 117
Chance to help make the news. Cunningham, Catherine 198
Chris is out to impress; BOXING. Brown, Derek 267
Church says more turning to worship. Parrish, Rachel 272
City fan joins Premier forum; FOOTBALL. 145
City university shines brightly in lights study. 83
Club bosses turn over a new leaf. 165
College sets up women's academy; FOOTBALL. Wilson, Michelle 319
Comic tale takes stage. 85
COUNTRY WALK: Eastern Green to Pickford Brook 4 miles. Map 935 Pathfinder.; Wander along the side of a babbling brook. Weston, Ron 486
Crusaders keep up unbeaten run; Basketball. 156
Cyber tycoons net a fortune. 85
D-day looms in fight to save city test centre. Cuthbertson, Hayley 244
Dance events to mark women. 152
DIALYSIS UNIT AT ST CROSS; Rugby kidney patients saved a trek to Walsgrave. Hall, Paula 266
Don't knock, show your hand! 135
Doors open at Peace House. 123
Drink up to help charity appeal. 112
Drop-in hopes. 85
Fine show for a Lady, ain't it. 91
Flying high for his team. 145
Focus on transport. 84
Former brickworks boss Albert dies. 82
Four held after OAP is left tied up. 115
FREE pack of Quorn sausages. 257
Fund-raising dance will 'definitely' go ahead. 87
Gang Show ticket sales worry. 197
Gardening project for pupils. 125
Gardens show off a potty record. 118
George Best vows to give up drinking. 153
George earns a special award. 178
GHOST writer; THE FAST SHOW'S CHARLIE HIGSON HAS PENNED THE NEW SCRIPTS FOR THE REVIVED TV SHOW RANDALL & HOPKIRK (DECEASED). McMullen, Marion 1137
Golden arrows; ARCHERY. 99
Gronberg has Monty in sights; GOLF. 360
Ground move still on, insists Cov chief; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 284
Haggai races to aid of kids. 136
Home plan at mill is opposed. 81
Housing deal saga could add up to pounds 6m; GOVERNMENT WILL PICK UP THE BILL AFTER LONG AND BITTER CAMPAIGN. Pring, John 276
Husband made kill threat to wife. 156
IN THE COURTS; Probation for banned driver, 28. 423
Inky way to save lives. 127
Irvine tames Jag and gets team off to a flier; FORMULA ONE: IRISHMAN PRODUCES BRILLIANT DRIVE TO SECURE SEVENTH PLACE ON GRID IN AUSTRALIA. Poole, Alan 1007
IRVINE'S SEVENTH HEAVEN; FORMULA ONE: Jaguar driver puts the Big Cat among the pigeons. Poole, Alan 390
Jaguar gives a rapid solution to care crisis; SOCIAL SERVICES HAIL INITIATIVES DESIGNED TO HELP THE CHILDREN WHO NEED IT THE MOST. Pring, John 298
Janet retires from service. 214
Jayne wins a coveted award. 131
JEPHSON'S NEW JEWEL; A pounds 4m garden vision. Keay, Rebecca 221
LETTERS: SATURDAY SOAPBOX. 399
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1003
M-way closed for air rescue. 145
Man injured in factory pit. 101
Mark makes a SUPER MARIO. McMullen, Marion 1039
Marketing group enters cyberspace. 262
Mayor joins Mavis and her coffee friends. 145
Mayor takes world trip at library. 121
Memorial final line-up; GAELIC FOOTBALL. 160
MEMORIES: Old Bermuda's disappearing; HOW THIS PIT VILLAGE OF TERRACED HOUSES, A MISSION HALL AND WORKING MAN'S CLUB ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF TOWN CAME TO BE NAMED AFTER A LOCAL LANDOWNER. Lee, Peter 639
Missing socks mystery. 104
Move to defuse 'fat cat' salary rumpus; GOVERNMENT WILL PICK UP THE BILL AFTER LONG AND BITTER CAMPAIGN. 169
MP gets taste of a fair deal. 112
Muntz takes early command; GOLF. 191
Musical head for sporting school; NEW MAN IN CHARGE AIMS TO BUILD REPUTATION FOR ALL-ROUND SUCCESS. Forster, Mark 436
New boss takes charge at Sainsbury. 166
New project to help working parents. 162
New recruits need nurturing; TEMPORARY HOMES NEEDED FOR LATEST BATCH OF POLICE DOGS. Gibbons, Duncan 267
North Sea ferry in midnight fire alert. Flanagan, Padraic 186
ON THIS DAY. 116
One last chance in homes fight. 173
Partnership approach to flooding; Plan to link with county. 194
Pervert treated boys to burgers. 146
PET SOS: Arthur's on to a winner with his new family; FORMER RACING DOGS HAVE A BLEAK FUTURE ONCE THEIR CAREER ON THE TRACK IS OVER BUT ONE LUCKY GREYHOUND HAS BEEN RESCUED. Evans, Ann 1022
Petrol theft plan is launched; GIANT JET CRACKS DOWN ON THE PETROL FORECOURT CRIMINALS. Ewing, Richard 247
Pews packed. 115
Photographer returns to village. 117
Place for hospice appeal to call home. 138
Platts sets record; CYCLING. 369
Plea on man's last hours. 143
Pointers on route to future prosperity; CONFERENCE IS TOLD HOW RUGBY COULD LEARN FROM BOOM AREAS. Williams, Alison 304
Police plea on clothes theft. 101
Potato plant set to grow. Parrish, Rachel 183
pounds 1m mail office to serve CV9 residents. 155
Protest site monkey farm to close. 152
Pupils show money sense. 149
Pupils weave new look for playing field. 113
Pupils' green pledge for the future. 96
READER HOLIDAYS; Take a cruise to Spain and Morocco. 220
Robbie packs big money punch. 171
Row over Spice videos. 146
SATURDAY TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 249
Search for a scruffy builder. 211
Several hurt in Crufts crash. 91
Singer Jo sets her heart on the charts; BOYZONE STAR WRITES SONG TO GIVE FORMER CLERK HER BIG CHANCE. Barratt, Claire 287
Sites found for GM food tests. 105
SOLICITORINpounds 3m SWINDLE IS JAILED; 'Robbed Peter to pay Paul'. Cunningham, Catherine 419
Stepping out for charity. 113
Strategy on drugs 'breaking the circle'. 117
SUNDAY TV; TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 223
Suspect beer seized. 86
Suzanne keeps the dirty work clean; WEEKEND TV. McMULLEN, MARION 538
Take a trip to Pontins and relive the 60s. 220
The anonymous life of a workhouse nurse; IN OUR SERIES ON COVENTRY CHARACTERS WE LOOK AT A PAUPER WOMAN WHO BECAME A NURSE IN THE 19 CENTURY. Forster, Mark 657
The sky's the limit for woman, 103. 190
TRAVEL: . . . and life in le slow lane; ONE OF OUR REPORTERS GOES FOR THE HIGH LIFE IN MAGALUF WHILE A COLLEAGUE OPTS FOR A QUIET TWO-WHEEL TRAVEL IN NORTHERN FRANCE. Hall, Paula 777
TRAVEL: Life in the fast lane . . .; ONE OF OUR REPORTERS GOES FOR THE HIGH LIFE IN MAGALUF WHILE A COLLEAGUE OPTS FOR A QUIET TWO-WHEEL TRAVEL IN NORTHERN FRANCE. Barratt, Claire 480
Tribute band to play Civic Hall. 144
TV date for Geoff and 'companions'. 216
View from the CLOCK TOWER; Good enough for us. Hutson, Andy 403
Villages plan for wealthy future. 316
Water supply appeal. 88
Wedding brings gifts to Scope. 160
Williams keeps faith after Button blunder; MOTOR RACING: FORMULA ONE. 295
Win a Cat & Dog cleaner to keep your home fresh. 269
WIN a VIP trip for four to City v Bradford. 230
Words and pictures. 81
Young musicians invited to perform. 191

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