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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (March 25, 2000)

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'Cash now' demand in row over back pay. 243
'Come in andsee us' HELP FOR INNER-CITY RESIDENTS. Mackenzie, Jenny 276
'Rock tax' raises fears. 118
10 things you didn't know about ROBSON GREEN; WEEKEND TV. McMULLEN, MARION 268
AB/CD play tribute in Gulf. 147
Abuse report led to checks. 279
Angry students stage protest over fees. 218
Appeal made over theft. 133
Appeal remembers a century of heroes; FUND-RAISERS ARE ON SCHEDULE TO HIT pounds 5,000 TARGET BEFORE D-DAY. Parrish, Rachel 339
BE BRAVE TO BEAT GUNNERS; FOOTBALL: Strachan's message for City's poor travellers ... Turner, Andy 518
Beck back after stage crash. 110
Bob MEE Britain's top ringside writer with the column that's a must for every boxing fan,Lewis should ignore threats to titles; BOXING. Mee, Bob 1303
BOOKS. 613
BORO'S SIGHTS ON A STRIKER; FOOTBALL: 'We need someone to get 20 goals a season'. Ray, Emma 394
BRIGHTER LOOK FOR CANALSIDE; pounds 100,000 grant aids facelift. Ewing, Richard 299
Bulkington eventer showing up jumpers; EQUESTRIAN. Healey, Kate 370
Bus passengers get timely details; Details of arrivals relayed to shelters. Mackenzie, Jenny 236
Bus stop for teenagers. 180
Business safety awards up for grabs. 120
Canley reunion going well; FOOTBALL. 155
CAR STICKER WINNER. 137
Channel 4's film shocker. 151
Child abuse report led to checks. 279
Choir sings to help mayor. 112
City care on its way to flood victims; FIRST WAVE OF MOZAMBIQUE AID WILL PROVIDE MEDICATION AND SAFE DRINKING WATER. Diver, Krysia 394
Club campaign gets great start; ORGANISERS' DELIGHT AT RESPONSE TO THE BID TO RESURRECT TEAM. Summers, Kathryn 310
Company supplied dangerous torches. 193
COUNTRY WALK: A romantic walk by elegant gardens; DORRIDGE to LAPWORTH Five miles. Pathfinder map 954. Weston, Ron 620
Couple spend savings to help penpal; DIANE AND BOB HELP KOSSIVI'S DREAM FOR EDUCATION COME TRUE. Ray, Emma 563
Court date is fixed for gipsy eviction decision. 148
Danger road safety move; RESIDENTS HOPEFUL AS COUNCILLORS CONSIDER pounds 65,000 IMPROVEMENTS. Hart, Nigel 279
David tops sitcom survey. 197
Diggers get extra weeks to treasure; ARCHAEOLOGISTS HANDED AN EXTENSION TO THEIR SEARCH FOR FINDS IN THE CITY CENTRE. Goulden, Barbara 395
DRIVE TO OUTLAW CAR PARK SKATERS; Police and council in ban bid. Barratt, Claire 252
Easter sports fun for youngsters. 114
England stars host dinner; FOOTBALL. 137
Ex-Sky Blues player dies; HAT-TRICK DEBUT BY 'GENTLEMAN GEORGE'. Hart, Nigel 277
FACE OF GOD. 139
Fleeing driver hit lights and walls. 164
Flower power launches new Stratford season; REVIEWS. McMullen, Marion 195
FORD COURT THREAT TO PART OF TRANSTEC; Car giant in claim forpounds 11.2m. Scott, Fiona 263
Friendly Spocket plays with danger. Hambridge, Karen 272
Girls join soccer's young stars. 153
Girls' success; GYMNASTICS. 96
GPs act to cut drugs bills. Hall, Paula 212
Grading makes better drivers. 160
Griff hot-shot Whitehead honoured; FOOTBALL. 88
Hamill's weekend double target; SPEEDWAY. BERRY, Mike 215
Helpers in tree planting. 84
High-rise plan hits hurdle; DEVELOPMENT BID IN SHADOW OF HISTORIC BUILDING. Scott, Fiona 356
Kid Cal is aiming for the top. . .; MOTOR CYCLE RACING. Roberts, Martin 228
Launching teenage initiative. 90
LETTERS: SATURDAY SOAPBOX; Nobody is standing up for Britain any more. 359
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1131
Liam on love and death; WEEKEND TV. McMULLEN, MARION 698
Lions share scanner. 122
Martha, 59, gets ready for a head shave. 210
Matt finishes Crusaders career; BASKETBALL. 213
Naomi is edged out; ARCHERY. 110
Needle skills go on show. 112
New waste disposal site opened. 189
New wood kept under wraps. 132
Nightclub makes musical mark. 253
Not even a light ale. 131
O'Brien warns of growing racism. 215
ON THIS DAY. 91
Pay for bulky waste trial started. 136
Paying bills is not so taxing. 211
Peach of a show to help church. 135
PET SOS: A loving home at last for cute Kane; THE 'CRAZY' CANINE WHOSE NEW OWNERS SAW A DIFFERENT SIDE TO HIM OUTSIDE THE KENNELS. Evans, Ann 881
Phone switch starts. 173
Physio future up for council debate. 193
Pinda's plunge in brother's memory. 208
Playing around for Myton Hospice appeal. 84
Playing for floods. 86
Plunge in brother's memory. 159
Police act on spate of shop thefts. 166
pounds 2 mill rush to see Bard's plays. 108
pounds 29,500 gift is a welcome touch; MASSAGE PROJECT FOR DISABLED CHILDREN CAN BE EXPANDED. Hall, Paula 259
Power cut chaos for shoppers. 191
Powerful gift to help hospices. 152
Private eyes in fraud fight. 134
Pupils' dramatic look at Bible. 162
Purge brings good result. 99
READER HOLIDAYS; Visit Monet's garden at Giverny. 234
Rover sell-off 'will affect BMW sales'. Scott, Fiona 277
Rugby railway plans put back on track. Pring, John 314
Safety checks show vehicle improvement. Ewing, Richard 218
SATURDAY TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 242
School goes back 50 years to its roots down under; WE LOOK BACK OVER 50 YEARS OF HISTORY AT SIR HENRY PARKES SCHOOL - ONE OF THE FIRST PRIMARY SCHOOLS BUILT AFTER THE WAR. Forster, Mark 368
Search for top curry chef hots up. 143
Shaun keeps up with hero. 98
Society rewards oldest member; 102-YEAR-OLD FLORENCE FIRST TOOK OUT MORTGAGE 80 YEARS AGO. Clarke, Samantha 235
Station's pounds 7m revamp launched. 137
Stewart: Jaguar still on course; FORMULA ONE. Stewart, Ian 588
Still a thriller - and she's 54; WEEKEND TV. McMullen, Marion 872
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 215
Sutton claims he's not troubled by the threat of Woods; GOLF. 190
Take-over leads to uncertain reception; NEW OWNERS CAST DOUBTS OVER PARTIES AT COVENTRY BUILDERS CLUB. Wilson, Lucy 297
The dream is over for our Tony; Football. 205
Theatre joins the international jazz set. 147
Transfer fear for 500 jobs. 83
TRAVEL: Over the hills and far away...; WICKLOW IN IRELAND REALLY DOES HAVE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE - SCENERY, SERENITY, SAND AND SPORT. Madill, Rob 847
Tread the boards at the RSC. 128
UNITED DRIVE ON CRIME PAYS OFF; Industry estate break-ins plummet. Clarke, Samantha 289
View from the CLOCK TOWER. Hutson, Andrew 445
Villages join forces to mark millennium. 112
What's bugging Bugsy? 144
WIN A chance to mingle with the top stars. 289
WIN a seven-day holiday in sunny Ibiza. 269
Young painters race to fame. 130

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