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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 31, 2000)

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'Dave' shows there is life after crime; Campaign kicks in and cuts burglaries. Tolfts, Lisa 767
'Wrong drug' man still awaits appointment. Goulden, Barbara 363
All set for second Parks League clash; CROWN GREEN BOWLS. 142
Amber pines for her mum. 135
Ascot target for Cecil's star Shiva; RACING. Carr, David 502
Aussie van firm's city jobs promise. Williams, Alison 272
Aussievan firm's jobs pledge. Williams, Alison 272
Band's water music is a load of rubbish! 178
Barthez deal hits snag; FOOTBALL. 168
Bell sounds early in Tyson court fight. 193
Beside the seaside at home. 164
Bill had to think quick. 152
Blocked footpath costs farmer pounds 1,200. 167
Cautious Gould hopes Celtic can seal O'Neill deal; FOOTBALL. Rodgers, Ian 321
Changes needed at sporting club; pounds 25,000 NEEDED TO EXPAND FACILITIES AT CITY COMMUNITY CENTRE. Summers, Kathryn 287
CHINA VISIT IN QUEST TO SIGN UP NURSES; Walsgrave official in NHS team. Hall, Paula 413
Classic motoring exhibition. 87
Coiffure cure for ruffled canines. 122
Cooke leads veteran prize charge; CYCLING. 284
Crash couple tell of water ordeal. Ray, Emma 323
Crash site search for uranium. 99
Des res for toads. 150
Don adds name to top-up fees call. Forster, Mark 217
Don takes off on an Aussie challenge. 127
England star Darren strips off to help. 201
FACELIFT PLANNED FOR HEART OF WARWICK; pounds 210,000 bid to attract visitors. Keay, Rebecca 260
Fakes help child charity. 304
Fall in blood stocks prompts plea to donors. Hall, Paula 264
Fashionable bid for Parsonage Project. 93
Festival hinges on young folk; Sponsors slow to respond. Barratt, Claire 317
FOUR FACE ENGLAND AXE BLOW; FOOTBALL: EURO 2000: Cole, James, Dyer and Ferdinand at risk. 464
Fun in the air for village carnival; FLOATS, FANCY DRESS, FALCONS ADD TO COLOUR AND ACTION AS FETE PULLS IN CROWDS. Ewing, Richard 181
Gordon to deliver on Net shopping; Winning idea for 'dot com' depot. Williams, Alison 247
Grant to ease way for people's bank; pounds 85,000 WINDFALL TO COMBAT DECLINE IN AREA'S CASH SERVICES. Evans, Steve 291
Hasselbaink deal done; FOOTBALL. Entwhistle, Peter 134
Haunchwood grab win over Bulkington; CRICKET. 469
Have a say on NHS - appeal. 147
Help plea on safe raid. 95
Henman is all ready to shine; tennis. 159
Homes honour firm's manager. 106
Hospital test blunder. 91
Howard beats weather to lift trial glory; CYCLING. Wilkinson, John 204
Huge camp spans the ages. 135
I'll play anywhere says McManaman; FOOTBALL: EURO 2000: REAL MADRID'S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE WINNER RETURNS FOR ENGLAND. Bradley, Mark 626
Ideas that bring out the Branson!; CONTENDERS URGED TO RUSH IN THEIR NOMINATION FOR AWARD FROM VIRGIN BOSS. Kukuruzovic, Simon 571
IN THE COURTS: Driving defiance man jailed. 595
Insight into city's history. 172
Inventor steps up power of phones. 135
It's not always 'good to talk' POLICE HIGHLIGHT THE SINISTER SIDE OF MOBILE PHONES. Gibbons, Duncan 211
Jimmy's golden soccer career; ANY QUESTIONS. Draper, Keith 1058
Kirsty's view of her life. 110
Leamington waiting for green light; FOOTBALL. Horsfall, Phil 210
Leisure idea bids to lift off. 105
LETTERS: We must insist our menfolk smarten up. 181
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1274
Lifeline for Rover workers. 158
Lifeline offer for Rover workers. 157
LIONS STAYING UP J0Y; Club's reprieve from relegation. Draper, Roger 304
Little squirts break in. 86
McGreavy's sparkling double; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 345
McPhail in baptism of Scots fire; FOOTBALL. Pierce, Bill 433
Medicean looks a tonic; RACING: Stoute's colt looks set to fulfil promise. Hamer, Keith 355
Mementos for ex-mayor. 108
Midsummer road race; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 112
More success at Higham Lane. 108
OAP wastes her cash on new TV. Clarke, Samantha 281
On The Buses star dies at 95. 173
On the wrong track. 98
Ooh Matron, you may be back in charge. Frith, Maxine 212
Open atmosphere of cabinet system is welcome. 197
Pay talks back on council agenda. Scott, Fiona 289
Pensioners urged to make claims. 139
Pole vaulters' clean sweep; ATHLETICS. Wilkinson, John 176
Police plea on address. 94
pounds 6,000 success as gran quits smoking. 263
PULL YOUR SOCKS UP!; FOOTBALL: Boro boss wants more from strikers. Brown, Derek 399
Readers accused as eating rap wears thin. 154
Red card pressure on footie thugs. 116
Road to close as work resumes. 94
SCHOOLS HELPED TO EASE THE WAY; pounds 27,000 to provide facilities for disabled pupils. Hambridge, Karen 227
Seized gear to benefit charity. 142
SITE INVASION HITS WORK ON PRISON; Protest sit-in over jail 'profit'. Gibbons, Duncan 247
St Cross looks to Chinese nurses. 259
State cash eases way for disabled pupils; SCHOOLS TO SHARE pounds 262,000 FROM INITIATIVE TO IMPROVE ACCESSIBILITY. Education, Mark Forster 262
Station plans look set to be rejected. 168
Stewart ready to offer Flower help; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE TEST AND COUNTY SCENE. Field, David 592
Store to go 'red light'. 114
Stylish City go for black look; FOOTBALL. 283
Surrey cruise to No1 spot; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE TEST AND COUNTY SCENE. 300
Taking all the right steps. 125
Talent of the future. 86
That's 45 years on bench, Bryan; PALS MARK POLISHED CAREER OFF THE FOOTBALL FIELD! Kukuruzovic, Simon 271
The day we left Dunkirk for home. McConkey, Alison 717
TV favourites to mark history; ROSIE AND JIM TO FEATURE ON MILLENNIUM FAIR BADGES. Keay, Rebecca 193
Visit sumptuous Buckingham Palace; READER HOLIDAYS. 323
Walker's heading race for elite title; CYCLING. Wilkinson, John 492
Warwick highly rated in uni guide; VIRGIN STUDENTS' ADVICE BOOK GIVES CAMPUS BETTER SCORE THAN OXFORD. Forster, Mark 290
Warwicks ease home; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE TEST AND COUNTY SCENE. Field, David 83
Warwicks lift-off!; ATHLETICS: Men land best-ever second in counties contest. Wilkinson, John 643
Watery drama. 113
West Indies in confident mood for England tour; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE TEST AND COUNTY SCENE. 294
What the city council has in store for YOU; COVENTRY'S NEW CABINET UNVEILS ITS AIMS AND OBJECTIVES FOR THE COMING YEAR. Scott, Fiona 883
Wheels turn in Leslie's memory; GIFT IN MEMORY OF POST OFFICE SUPERVISOR WILL HELP CITY CHARITIES. Gibbons, Duncan 265
WI to spread the word on stroke risks; It's a killer, but few know how to avoid threat. Hall, Paula 254
Wife fumes: 'Put me in the picture'. 125
WIN . . . a VIP day out at BBC Gardeners' World Live. 391
Windmill race to first victory; SPOTLIGHT ON THE CROWN GREEN BOWLS SCENE. Brown, Derek 322
Work starts on pounds 1.9m sixth form building. 156
Writer eyes movie fame. 89

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