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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (November 4, 2000)

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'Drop the cabinet or we're out the door!'. 156
'Ladyes' call by to promote new service. 177
'No play area on this estate'. 158
'POP IN' FOR SOME NHS DENTAL CARE. 207
[2] Parents' anguish over school merger; CALL FOR SINGLE-SEX CLASSES AFTER SHOCK ANNOUNCEMENT. 370
17-STONE THUG'S HORROR ATTACK; Kicking left victim brain damaged. 315
A murder in the family!; GRIM MYSTERY FROM 1858 IS FEATURED IN NEW BOOK. 359
A Spanish showdown; golf. 401
Anger over shops delay. 331
Artist's taste of Italy. 127
Bar staff get first taste of menu. 138
BODY FOUND IN CITY RIVER RIDDLE; Police probing dog walker's discovery. 257
Bonfire promise. 126
Bonfires survive weather. 105
BOOKS. 698
BORO RACE HOTS UP!; FOOTBALL. 481
Casting a Giant shadow at City. 170
Cheesy end to royal tour. 153
Children's harvest for needy. 202
City in need of more JPs. 122
City ready for mini-Olympics. 249
Communities go on the internet; NEIGHBOURHOOD GROUPS GET WIRED UP TO WORLD WIDE WEB. 299
country walks: A trail with a history of the Roman days; Priors Marston to Marston Hill, 3-miles. Map 999 Pathfinder. 574
County CID officer accused. 104
Coventry suffered a brolly wet October. 180
Cycle boy breaks leg in crash. 131
Dancing Billy brings in the boys. 151
Dome Day show-stoppers. 97
Donkey dies on road. 96
Drink-driver jailed three years on. 188
Drug case 'to be dismissed'. 188
Fears over floods and cattle sales; DOORSTEP DEMOCRACY. 219
Figure for the flames. 104
Film fan mum chooses whopper of a name. 181
Fired up for work. 132
First awards for STAR pupils. 131
food & drink: Go behind the scenes of a hotel kitchen. 159
food & drink: jamie's dish. 475
food & drink: Organic business just keeps growing healthy. 414
Funeral date for a hero. 102
Golden oldies hold key to Villa's hopes; FOOTBALL: GASCOIGNE AND MERSON SINGLED OUT. 483
Groups face a green grilling. 117
HOGGARD STAKES HIS CLAIM; CRICKET: Yorkshire ace in the thick of it as England cruise to easy win. 343
Hospice gets cash boost. 109
Hussain's fears for Stewart; CRICKET. 262
Ideas to slow traffic put on display. 151
IN THE COURTS. 643
it's your shout!: LIAM ROBBIE. 1379
Join us on the stage invite to young. 111
Jungle ride for 9,000 workers. 194
Just two inches from disaster; RESIDENTS' RELIEF AS SANDBAG BARRIER SAVES YORK FROM MORE FLOODS. 319
Land Rover to the rescue. 151
Lawyer scuppered killer's appeal. 227
Leave Keegan alone, says Taylor; football. 152
LETTERS: your views. 1260
Log on to find stolen goods. 161
Loud and clear advice. 105
Man, 59, victim of knife robbery. 109
Martyn marks a a stylish move. 210
Meacher under fire over GM trials. 220
Murder case man loses legal fight. 180
MY AGONISING WAIT FOR OP; Patient's fury as hospital makes three cancellations. 467
No placelike Dome for praising city; COVENTRY'S DAY AT THE DOME. 533
Nursery class on the cards. 96
ON THIS DAY. 102
On-line open night just the job; Global bank aiming for 600 workers. 284
Parents' anguish over school merger; CALL FOR SINGLE-SEX CLASSES AFTER SHOCK ANNOUNCEMENT. 359
Payroll pledge to help children. 199
PET SOS: King of the canines!; THE COVENTRY ANIMAL LOVER WHO HAS GIVEN A LOVING HOME TO 13 DOGS OVER THE YEARS. 1074
Petal power; THE TALENTED FLORAL ARRANGER WHOSE FLAIR HAS SEEN HIM WORK FOR ROYALTY, MOVIE STARS - AND POSH AND BECKS. 972
Pop in for teeth care on the NHS. 160
pounds 1m helps classes hit target. 179
Pub to host Sunday bands. 157
Public sector loses out. 82
Pupils' message of giving. 207
Rail bosses face up to customers; PASSENGERS GET CHANCE TO MOAN. 169
Rapist jailed for 7 years; JUDGE SHOWS MERCY OVER DRUG-RELATED OFFENCE. 214
READER HOLIDAYS; Choose an exciting trip to Canada. 240
Reading scheme faces sad ending; Backer is needed for Bookstart to continue. 273
Rogues cast in real-life roles. 180
Row over cost of women's course; TORIES CHALLENGE PRICE GAP FOR ETHNIC MINORITY TRAINING. 296
Rusedski is let down by serve; tennis. 222
Sally's horse sense. 85
SATURDAY TV; TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. 255
Saying it ... with a Sky-Blue Jag!; BOB IS THRILLED BY SON-IN-LAW'S SURPRISE THANK-YOU PRESENT. 266
SHAPING UP. 93
Simon goes back on call. 1073
Snacks make a good read for pupils. 149
Soldiers in charity stunts. 140
Speedy drivers facing go-slow; VILLAGERS GET CHANCE TO PUT VIEWS ON PLAN TO MAKE ROADS SAFER. 226
SPOTLIGHT: Acting Out a stage success. 179
SPOTLIGHT: STAGE SHORTS. 119
SPOTLIGHT: TEEN spirit! 323
Star shines out for Bilko. 108
Stepping out for charity. 192
Stray donkey struck by car. 98
Stuart follows father's tracks. 189
SUNDAY TV; TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. 248
Survey holds key to rat-runs. 231
The odd couple. 195
THE PRIDE OF THE LIONS; NEIL BACK'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY: COVENTRY'S RUGBY UNION STAR RECALLS HIS FINEST HOUR. 1087
The Rocket's firework spectacle; AFTER AMATEUR ANDY COMES CLOSE TO A WIN, O'SULLIVAN TURNS ON THE SNOOKER STYLE. 402
Trio team up for show. 95
Triumph over ME just the ticket. 230
Twins' parents in pounds 150,000 TV deal. 103
United effort to beat violent crime. 226
Universities boosted. 85
View from the CLOCK TOWER: Long gone but not forgotten. 392
VOICE OF THE NORTH: Think of Ivan before you moan about the weather. 634
Vow to fight on over rail scheme. 312
Waste collection scheme launched; New plan to turn your rubbish into compost. 242
WEEKEND TV: 10 things you didn't know about... ALAN BENNETT. 213
WEEKEND TV: Paul knows laughter is the best medicine; From the yellow coats of Maplins to the surgical gowns of Holby City. 441
Wham! Julie pledges pounds 250; SNOWBALL: 'Having a good time made me think of others'. 232
WIN tickets to Drayton Manor Park's Winter Wonderland Festival. 357
Windies back Lara; CRICKET. 177
Work goes on to clear trees. 181

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