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

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Title Author Type Words
'More cash for recycling' call. 128
2 cinema tickets for price of 1. 132
A GRAND lunch helps hospice. 131
Accolade marks 'hard work' of charity's care homes. 123
Adders forced to let youth have its head at Halesowen; FOOTBALL. 160
All set for a cool adventure. 132
Anelka left out in the cold at Real; FOOTBALL. 101
Attleborough snooker are moving up; TUESDAY GAMES. 112
Baker double leads way as Folly Lane hit five; FOOTBALL: COVENTRY ALLIANCE. Horsfall, Phil; Wilson, Michelle 168
Battle over places at city's top school; Parents' anger at council policy. Education, MARK FORSTER 327
Bees secure Richardson transfer deal; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 251
Bennett signing gives Cabbage timely boost; FOOTBALL: COVENTRY ALLIANCE. 784
Bored kids get own territory. Parrish, Rachel 343
BORO WAIT ON LOANS; FOOTBALL: Redditch bid to sign Kotylo and Reed. Brown, Derek 394
Boy, 14, sent to secure unit. 95
Bridge vandals hit vehicles. 99
British aid man fighting deadly fever. 136
British victory in chocolate dispute. 222
Brother killed in row, court told. Hargrave, Paul 303
Bushka's no boar about IT. 101
Butts storm back but still crash to Dudley; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 587
Call to protect card buyers on Net. 159
Centre offers a way back to work; BUSINESS LIFE. Williams, Alison 379
Chance to sample diverse cultures. 147
Charity target for firms' battle. 116
Co-operation pact on council homes; CONSULTATION PLEDGE ON PLANNING FOR IMPROVEMENTS. Barratt, Claire 278
Compensation agreed in trousers ban case. 289
Comtec's way with words is a winner; BUSINESS LIFE. 147
Concert to star Royal Engineers. 89
County promo goes out to firms. 119
Crackdown ordered on wrecks at roadside. Tyrrell, Sarah 214
CREC moves to new home; BUSINESS LIFE. 117
Crofts and Mitchell seek place in final; RUGBY UNION. 406
Crushed man verdict; WORKER WAS KILLED FORTNIGHT INTO NEW JOB. Clarke, Samantha 257
Darker side of Punch. 126
Delight over skills boost. 102
Delivering the goods is key to success; BUSINESS LIFE. 193
Direct approach to giving blood. 182
Discounts advice from benefit bus. 92
Doctors in rugby challenge. 102
Elton takes your breath away; REVIEW. McMullen, Marion 170
FACE OF GOD. 126
Fares hike 'unfair'. 137
Feyenoord are no pushovers; FOOTBALL. Bradley, Mark 252
Firm fined after driver's fall; Loading practice broke rules. Goulden, Barbara 234
Firm fined after truck driver's fall; Loading practice broke rules. Goulden, Barbara 358
Follow the Flag for festival glory; RACING. Hamer, Keith 595
Former city policewoman begins appeal against conviction for harassing love rival. 211
Former student killed by 40ft plunge. 284
Francis loses title; BOXING. 341
Fresh witness appeal on road death. 141
Fury at closure of bank's rural branches. 163
Garage doors damaged but would-be thieves foiled. 132
GET RID OF THIS SQUALID SCENE; Civic Society raps central Rugby hang-up. Hutson, Andrew 320
Gift to help Red Cross. 94
Gipsy site inquiry. 88
Girls get lessons in life on factory floor. 117
GRASSROOTS: ANNIVERSARIES. 360
GRASSROOTS: EX-SERVICE NOTES. 517
Gunfire sparks search. 104
Hague turns up heat on tax. Cordon, Gavin 237
Hall back at Sky Blues; FOOTBALL. 120
Healthy appetites for education; YOU'VE HEARD OF SCHOOL DINNERS - WELL ONE NUNEATON SCHOOL IS SERVING BREAKFASTS TO GIVE PUPILS A BETTER START. Parrish, Rachel 553
Heart surgeons 'twiddle thumbs'. 149
HeartStart: Eight minutes or it's too late. Hall, Paula 809
Hero Janet collects her gold medal. 155
Heroes from storybooks. 82
HOME AND DRY!; FOOTBALL: Highfield Road record will see City through: Palmer. Turner, Andy 443
How to apply for your grant. 103
I'M TOO TALL FOR DRIVING LESSONS; School gives up on Paul. Wilson, Lucy 372
IN THE COURTS; Detention for banned driver. 789
IN THE DARK AT STATION; Station families criticise Railtrack. Harris, Alan 429
Innovations aid smaller firms; BUSINESS LIFE. Williams, Alison 170
Inquest told of head-on crash. 249
Istabraq dream is hit by injury scare; RACING: TODAY'S CARDS FOR DAY ONE OF THE CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL. 293
Kerbside newspaper recycling scheme set to be extended. 128
Knife raid ordeal for shop manager. 133
Knife raider grabs pounds 2,000. 153
Late party is fun - and a fund-raiser. 150
LATE PLEA ON REGENT REBUILD. Keay, Rebecca 215
Lee storms into English Under-21 final; SNOOKER. 427
Leg it - and help cancer patients. 171
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1483
Licensees warned on after-hours drinking. 192
M6 acid leak alert. 80
Magnus HEDMAN from the Sky Blues camp; Six points this week will lift the gloom and reward our loyal fans; FOOTBALL. HEDMAN, Magnus 573
Mark's playing given royal seal. 139
Match day couple play it again; PUB WHICH HOSTED WEDDING RECEPTION 50 YEARS AGO TO BE GOLDEN PARTY VENUE. Summers, Kathryn 350
Message served with smiles. 114
Moore joins lights trip. 101
MP in new row on gift to nanny. Scott, Fiona 269
Music plea for area's big day. 179
Musical fun for All Fools Day. 86
New diary entry. 141
New diary entry. 120
New home for friends of isolated; SERVICE AIMING TO RAISE ITS PROFILE. Kukuruzovic, Simon 320
Nurses given more power to prescribe. 126
OAPs duped by con men. 139
Once upon a time ... 89
One step ahead of the field. 118
Patrick to get chop for church. 177
Peugeot hatches a plan; BUSINESS LIFE: Drivers asked to give verdict on new-look version of 306. Williams, Alison 280
Peugeot no vote to shift plan. Industry, ALISON WILLIAMS 310
Plea for puppy walkers. Cunningham, Catherine 278
Plea for words to aid hospice appeal. 244
pounds 60,000 depot raiders use JCB as ram. 174
Price is right for shoppers. 131
Price law is good news for shoppers. 210
Pub chain in licence bid. 101
Rap on boy's five lost months of lessons. 278
READER HOLIDAYS; Enjoy a day out at the Grand National. 192
Record those war memories, urges writer. Cuthbertson, Hayley 363
Redgrave clan hands archive to museum. 123
Robinson favour starts new row. 196
Rooted in the past. 87
Rusedski romps in; Tennis. 143
Sarah Ann's survival story. 109
SAVE our post offices: Where first-class service includes a cuppa; NUNEATON STORE'S REGULARS FLOCK TO SIGN PETITION. Barratt, Claire 444
School coach safety check. 102
Scudamore Junior gets off to a flier; RACING. 165
Season ends on a low for RS Sports; FOOTBALL: Coventry, District and Warwickshire. Horsfall, Phil; Wilson, Michelle 154
See what weave done! 124
Sex brute collared by detective's tenacity; City officer helped to jail rapist for life. Wilson, Lucy 316
Shane's royal role. 140
Show's plea for wartime 'Idle Women' BOAT EVENT AIMS TO HONOUR TO THOSE WHO KEPT CANALS GOING DURING WAR. Clarke, Samantha 312
Souness takes over at Blackburn; FOOTBALL. 187
Speed limit call on accident blackspot; COUNCILLOR BACKS VILLAGE RESIDENTS AFTER ANOTHER CRASH. Cuthbertson, Hayley 329
Sphinx boss in fury at defeat by Swifts; FOOTBALL: rapide midland combination. Horsfall, Phil; Wilson, Michelle 594
SPORTSTALK; FOOTBALL. 251
Stars could make it your perfect day. 94
Stars in line-up to collect entertainment awards. 125
Student given cash boost. 166
Students' guitars wheeled away. 221
The village shop is given a pounds 2.5m lift; SIX-YEAR-DRIVE LAUNCHED TO BOOST BUSINESS IN RURAL AREAS. Tyrrell, Sarah 227
The word on the street is; IN A BID TO BOOST THE VITALITY OF THE CITY CENTRE DURING THE EVENINGS THE IDEA OF ON-ROAD PARKING IS TO BE REVIVED. Dale, Paul 992
Too costly to fit up homes for refugees, say housing chiefs. 201
Transplant mum's bid to dispel myths; LIVER PROBLEMS NOT NECESSARILY RELATED TO ALCOHOL SAYS RECIPIENT. Evans, Steve 507
Trousers case award 'agreed'. 156
TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 392
Two step into new roles; BUSINESS LIFE. 87
UFO sightings no joke, says David; CITY MAN SETS UP HELP GROUP AFTER YEARS OF STRANGE SIGHTINGS. Tyrrell, Sarah 393
Under-11s march to superb 3-0 win; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 138
Under-13s bow out; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 162
Vandals trash garden effort; VOLUNTEER TEAM FINDS TWO WEEKS OF HARD WORK WASTED. Clarke, Samantha 283
Votes flow in for city's roll of honour; CATHEDRAL'S AMBITIOUS APPEAL STEADILY GAINS SUPPORT AND CASH. Hart, Nigel 323
Wardens 'would not be cheap policing'. 228
Warning on the new breed of tricksters; TRADING STANDARDS OFFICERS SOUND ALERT ON UNSOLICITED E-MAILS. Summers, Kathryn 211
WIN a year of luxury for your mum; Fantastic Mother's Day competition starts today. 451
Woman, 89, hurt in handbag snatch. 137
Youngsters in need of a friend. 100

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