Printer Friendly

Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 27, 2000)

1-116 out of 116 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Hospital must focus on future' MP URGES TRUST TEAM TO PUT TOUNSEND SACKING TRIBUNAL BEHIND THEM. Hambridge, Karen 258
[0] THE FACE OF GOD. 324
[0] THE FACE OF GOD. 386
[0] WIN A Meal for 2; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 228
`We can't rush' new hospital. Kukuruzovic, Simon 289
10 things you didn't know about... MARTIAL LAW; WEEKEND TV. 216
A walk on the KEAY SIDE: Dotcom is driving me dotty. Keay, Rebecca 411
Ambleside and Griff are in top form; CRICKET. 290
An experience to remember; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 350
Appeal after driver injured. 140
Arrangement for double success. 87
Ay up it's EVANS: Baby Blair's a dish of cold porridge to me. Evans, Steve 439
BLOOMING marvellous!; CARE HOME GARDEN TRANSFORMED THANKS TO EVENING TELEGRAPH CONTEST WIN. Kukuruzovic, Simon 343
Burbidge dream ends in uproar; JUDO: CONTROVERSIAL DECISION COSTS NUNEATON FIGHTER. Harris, John 360
Cabinet meeting invitation issued. 132
Charity cyclists given a choice. 84
CHARITY SNUB ON REFUGEE; No holiday trip for sick Bosnian. Gibbons, Duncan 354
Charlie meets her lookalike; MAKEOVER WILL TEST HER LOOKS ON THE PUNTERS. Cuthbertson, Hayley 271
Chocolate Banana Cappucino; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 186
City's season ticket sales up; FOOTBALL. 195
Classics in concert. 86
Colleagues aim to keep on running. 284
Community's day of music in park; ASSOCIATION GEARS UP TO STAGE FIRST FESTIVAL. Cuthbertson, Hayley 285
Councillor's Devon fight. 147
Dance the night away to help needy local children. 209
Delight for Posh hero; FOOTBALL. 191
Driver reverses over OAP. 81
Ensor sparkles for the happy travellers; BOWLS. 160
Everyone's going BANANAS; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 311
Ex-charity chief criticised. 137
Exploration into how God feels; THE FACE OF GOD. 263
Fears for missing teenager. 93
Fears over beef labelling move. 195
FOOTBALL. 95
Four new England caps in Spa squad; BOWLS. 165
Four-midable Parkers! Harris, John 255
Four-midable Parkers' rout; FOOTBALL. 255
Golden find is declared treasure. 121
Growls - but no feathers fly at service. 129
Hancock's hard hours; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 152
Head start for students. 108
Hunt for driver after pile-up. 119
Ideal family woodland ramble; COUNTRY WALK. Weston, Ron 368
Impromptu concert in the rain. 100
John-Paul grabs dressage glory with Tiger; EQUESTRIAN. 290
Karlsson is fast improving his game; GOLF. 403
King Henry's celebrate double win; ORIENTEERING. 190
Leisure centre day for all the family. 112
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 946
Listen to us, say angry disabled folk; COVENTRY COUNCILLORS ACCUSED OF IGNORING THE NEEDS OF THE DISABLED. Goulden, Barabara 343
Man, 24, stole to feed heroin habit; City addict jailed for thefts from university. Gibbons, Duncan 225
MORE HOUSES WITHIN REACH; Grant to help six housing projects. Harris, Alan 297
Museum sets sights on new base; WATCH PROJECT NEEDS pounds 35,000 FOR MOVE. 277
New plaque honours war dead in village; pounds 3,000 MEMORIAL UNVEILED AFTER BUMPER RESPONSE TO APPEAL. Harris, Alan 290
New virus infects e-mail. 84
Paint will fly at The Butts. 84
Pallett takes top Cleaver award; SQUASH. 298
Parents tell of car theft blow. 164
Party time again. 82
PC is on the ball for summer soccer. 166
Pensioners are being sidelined and treated with contempt; LETTERS: SATURDAY SOAPBOX. 521
Pesto New Potatoes; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 206
PET S.O.S.: Lulu can't spot the difference; THERE ARE PLENTY OF HAPPY ENDINGS FOR THE MANY ABANDONED PETS AND JOHN AND BERYL'S TALE IS YET ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF SUCCESS. Evans, Ann 1018
PHILLIPS TARGETS BOSMAN TREBLE; FOOTBALL: Boro manager trailing trio of Conference free agents. Brown, Derek 366
Police seek angry bride. 145
Postcards from the past; SAY CHEESE: A happy threesome pose with Peeping Tom; ORNATE: The highly decorative reverse side of a cabinet card (below) published by T.J.Lloyd of Earl Street, Coventry; MEMORIES. Draper, Keith 841
Potato perfection; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 256
pounds 1000,000 road project begins; NEARLY 40 STREETS IN FOUR TOWNS SET TO GET SURFACE DRESSING. Ewing, Richard 239
Power faults put hundreds in dark. Keay, Rebecca 195
Prices cut for the home crowd. 102
Pupils clean up to create a big draw. 147
Putting on a show. 149
QUINN EYES IRISH CALL; FOOTBALL. Pierce, Bill 346
Rachel adds colour to school. 121
Ramps is not the right man - Donald; CRICKET: WARWICKS PACEMAN SAYS OPENER MARK SHOULD BAT LOWER. Field, David 295
Rhyme time winner. 109
Road hazard. 80
Rogues' gallery; WEEKEND TV. McMullen, Marion 831
Ryan's silver wins a squad call-up. 127
SAVE pounds 5 off every pounds 25 you spend at. 232
School's moving musical. 82
Shearer kicks off surgeon's retirement; STRIKER'S MESSAGE DELIGHTS LOYAL FAN AS HE BOWS OUT OF MEDICINE. Hall, Paula 275
Skelton leads tour team in Iberian challenge; EQUESTRIAN. Healey, Kate 337
Soap actors battle it out. 87
Spadea work for Henman; TENNIS. 125
Star signs point to a lucky break. 85
Suspect's third day of grilling. 256
Taking Stock of our TV fame; WEEKEND TV. Mcmullen, Marion 458
Tall order for telly fans hoping for a clear view; MORE READERS TELL OF RECEPTION PROBLEMS CAUSED BY BUILDING MORE THAN 10 MILES AWAY. Hart, Nigel 508
Teacher faces pupil assault claim. 142
Television tribute to flying medics; FLY-ON-THE-WALL SERIES FILMS HELICOPTER 999 TEAM IN ACTION. Hall, Paula 224
THE FACE OF GOD. 388
THE FACE OF GOD. 269
THE FACE OF GOD. 340
Thomas has the world at his feet! Hart, Nigel 298
TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS SUNDAY TV:; WEEKEND TV. McMullen, Marion 211
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMullen, Marion 199
Tory speaks up for school uniforms; EURO LEGISLATION 'COULD MAKE A MOCKERY OF SCHOOL DISCIPLINE'. Education, Mark Forster 282
TOUGHER LINE ON TRUANTS; Schools to discuss new ideas. Hutson, Andrew 306
Tour starts new season; SCHOOLS CRICKET. 207
TRAVEL: The magical mystery tor!; THERE'S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE IN THE MYSTICAL TOWN OF GLASTONBURY. Goulden, Barbara 960
Treat yourself to a Maltese break; READER HOLIDAYS. 225
Treble joy as Lyall extends lead; MOTORSPORT. 148
Trio go the extra mile for Santa; COLLEAGUES UNITE TO MAKE CHILDREN'S LAPLAND WISHES COME TRUE. Tolfts, Lisa 306
Umbrella unfolds for community. 188
United have big plans for sports complex; FOOTBALL: RENAMED RUGBY CLUB BRANCH OUT WITH TENNIS DEVELOPMENT. Wilson, Michelle 435
Urdu video warns of gas danger. 186
Video shop 'spies' used in checks. 156
View from the CLOCK TOWER: Celebrate with a quick one. Hutson, Andy 388
Welcome back to the world of our children; the face of God. 664
WIN A Banquet for 2; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 236
WIN A Family Meal for 4; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 189
WIN A Meal for 2; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 227
WIN A Meal for 2; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 180
WIN A Meal for 2; FOOD FOR THOUGHT. 265
WIN a Rose Clear gun and rose care booklets. 136

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2021 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |