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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 10, 2000)

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'Happy' school wins Ofsted praise. Diver, Krysia 201
'I'm so lucky to be alive' COVENTRY PC LOUISE, BADLY INJURED IN ROMANIA, IS ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY. Hart, Nigel 481
'Keegan got it wrong' FOOTBALL. Curtis, John 539
'The Eel' has landed. 104
'We're going places' say business leaders; DOORSTEP DEMOCRACY. Court, Judith 1023
60 JOBS AT RISK AT PARCEL GIANT; Lynx to slim down operations at call centre. Ray, Emma 312
Actors' farewell to TV Morse. 89
Alexander quits and blasts 'pathetic' players; FOOTBALL: MIDLAND COMBINATION. 438
Avast there! Time for fun me hearties. 127
Award scheme for car park security. 139
Ballroom dancing may get a home. Gibbons, Duncan 262
Berry looks tasty treat; RACING. Hamer, Keith 374
Blind OAP is theft victim again. 247
Boldly go on a fantastic mission into space. 358
BORO HIT BY INJURY CRISIS; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 379
Bosses defend ambulance times; REPORT CRITICISED FOR FAILING TO TAKE 'THE HUMAN FACTOR' INT0 ACCOUNT. Hambridge, Karen 386
Brown wary of Suker punch; FOOTBALL. 270
BSE crisis response criticised. 96
Call to arms for a night of memories. Evans, Steve 288
Cancer charity raises profile. 172
Cash helps school get kitted out; BOOKS RESTOCKED AND INTERNET CAFE UPGRADED. Mackenzie, Jenny 243
Chicken Run treat for pupils ... and a peep behind the scenes. 170
Christmas drinks licence problem; CLUBS MUST APPLY FOR PERMISSION TO CHARGE ADMISSION FEE. Cuthbertson, Hayley 301
City given priority in adoptions drive; GOVERNMENT TASK FORCE READY TO MOVE IN AND LIFT BARRIERS. Wilson, Lucy 219
CITY SET TO SEAL HONDURAN DEAL; FOOTBALL: FIFA rankings will remove last barrier to work permits. Turner, Andy 327
Clubs face party season hitch. 117
Conker trees to go. 109
Courses for young cyclists. 94
CRIMEBEAT: pounds 3,000 haul of coats. 114
CRIMEBEAT: Reward offer in hunt for gun duo. Ray, Emma 259
CRIMEBEAT: Theft caught on camera. 98
Criminal life begins at age 14. 191
Davina battles Barrymore for top prize. 109
DELUGE SPARKS PETROL STATION PANIC; Rain soaked fire crew battles to avert explosion. Clarke, Samantha; Capewell, Laura 335
Deprived areas to be given cash boost. 206
Diana award for caring youngsters. 217
End of the line for robbery-plagued bank. 158
England aiming to cut down pressure; CRICKET: HUSSAIN HOPEFUL OF BEATING SOUTH AFRICA IN ICC CLASH. Clough, David 521
England rocked by injuries; FOOTBALL. Bradley, Mark 737
Enzeli may be ready for Cup; RACING. 232
Fed-up teens targeted. 116
Fight for your life - Wilko; FOOTBALL: KEOWN MADE SKIPPER AS ENGLAND PREPARE FOR TRICKY TIE IN FINLAND KNOWING ONLY VICTORY WILL DO JOB. Bradley, Mark 765
Footballers will be put to the test; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 111
Foreign coach an insult: Charlton; FOOTBALL. 219
Free lift to bring culture lovers to town. 168
Fuel crisis boosts retail sales. 193
Gallagher and co in brave fight; RUGBY UNION. 167
Girl's sex attack scare in street. 154
Go Wes, young men, says Lee; FOOTBALL. 185
Golfers must wait to help appeal. 227
GRASSROOTS: ANNIVERSARIES. 600
GRASSROOTS: EX-SERVICE NOTES. 398
Heavy going looks just champion for Montjeu; RACING. 861
Help at hand to get on the net. 176
HIGHFIELD ROAD GROUND SOLD TO BUILDER; Club leases stadium back until new arena is finished. Cuthbertson, Hayley 306
Hundreds of jobs are safeguarded by grants; BUSINESS LIFE. Industry, Andrew Hutson 256
IN THE COURTS. 775
In-form Abbey Social games aces collect their silverware. Brown, Derek 235
Israeli PM backs down on ultimatum. 168
It's a sign of the times. 276
Jaguar talks continue on '11% pay deal'. 146
James facing cancer battle; GOLF. 86
Jean uncovers truth of town's maligned poet; WRITER AIMS TO REDRESS BALANCE OF PREVIOUS UNFAVOURABLE BIOGRAPHIES. Pinder, Rachel 272
Join our winter Naps Table; RACING. 302
Keane will be given the freedom to hit the Estonians where it hurts; FOOTBALL. Pierce, Bill 282
Kelly keeps Adders revival going strong; FOOTBALL: Atherstone 1 Shepshed Dynamo 0. 351
Keown blasts tactics; FOOTBALL. Curtis, John 551
Landlord repays a debt. 156
Last-gasp Guynan spares Lane's blushes; FOOTBALL: COVENTRY ALLIANCE. 358
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. Wilson, Lucy 304
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1033
MAGNUS HEADMAN FROM THE SKY BLUES CAMP: England can learn from Euro coach; FOOTBALL. Headman, Magnus 580
Making a pounds 13,000 splash. 104
Marconi fears meeting. 178
Meet Coventry's very own Billy Elliot. Turner, Catherine 1437
New trio in school project. 101
Nobby's dream has come true; Fund-raisers to visit new Uganda clinic. 244
OAP's court threat over pension battle; WAR VETERAN LOCKED IN DISPUTE WITH DSS - OVER JUST pounds 40. Gibbons, Duncan 428
On our bikes, Asda tells staff. 119
Open verdict on car death father. 158
Pacemen make going tough for England; CRICKET. Clough, David 582
Party season licence hitch. 170
Plea after top prize is stolen. 112
Pledge on rail safety system. Woodman, Peter 213
Police plea on theft of pounds 3,000 clock; REWARD OFFERED AFTER RARE ANTIQUE TIMEPIECE TAKEN FROM HOTEL. Capewell, Laura 218
pounds 10m handout for 'sink' areas; Two city contenders to benefit. Scott, Fiona 328
pounds 3,000 grant delight at centre. 200
Praise for one-stop information point; COUNCIL GIVEN ENCOURAGEMENT TO KEEP THE KENILWORTH CONNECTION. Cuthbertson, Hayley 261
Promotion is the key for this team; BUSINESS LIFE. Industry, Alison Williams 276
Racing are up against it; FOOTBALL. 148
Raiders in CDs and gems haul. 83
Rain storms prompt flood alerts. 171
Ralph's view of the city he loves; A COVENTRY KID TAKES A PERSONAL LOOK OUR PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. Goulden, Barbara 371
READER HOLIDAYS; Take a festive break in France or Belgium. 237
Refugees look to Boot Fund. Summers, Kathryn 299
Retail park starting to come to life; STORES OPEN DOORS ON RUGBY'S JUNCTION ONE DEVELOPMENT. Clarke, Samantha 235
Revenge in mind for Blaze; ICE HOCKEY. 195
Riga let chances go begging; Volleyball. 221
Robbie's the man. Cuthbertson, Hayley 151
Rugby hit by injuries; FOOTBALL. 139
Salutation hit form at Oddfellowss; M&B TUESDAY GAMES. Brown, Derek 250
School carers bang on target. 102
Schools fill their baskets at Tesco. 160
Seasonal job offers flood in. Diver, Krysia 273
Selection poser for buoyant Warwicks Under-19s; RUGBY UNION. 202
Sharp lesson in bin safety issues. 173
Sharp lesson in bin safety. 171
Sharp rise in inflation. 81
Shoppers check out a charity boost. 101
SODDEN TOWNS ON FLOOD ALERT; Warning as rivers are swelled by torrential rain. Pinder, Rachel 279
Southam rally to end Keresley bid; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 412
Spotlight on homes plans. 99
Stephen's loss is ward's gain. 206
Stockingford cash in on Banks bonus!; FOOTBALL: COVENTRY ALLIANCE. 576
Students attacked by gang; VICTIMS LEFT BADLY INJURED. Lewis, Gareth 198
Supermac hits goal No 475; FOOTBALL: EVENING TELEGRAPH JUNIOR CUP. 457
Supporters link up and form national body; RUGBY UNION. 430
Tots happy in the blues. 107
Townsfolk are stars of show. 101
TV to spotlight op death tragedy. Evans, Steve 261
Twose is the Kiwi hero; CRICKET. 96
Villagers win premier battle; FOOTBALL: BIRMINGHAM JUNIOR CUP. 119
Warm-up win boosts boys ahead of cup clash; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 436
Wednesday's big earners 'letting side down' FOOTBALL. 237
WIN this fabulous Mazda Premacy. 696
Women held in police drugs probe. 131
Youngsters prove that football can be pure poetry. 170

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