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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 13, 2000)

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'Homes at risk' flood alert for the Avon. 180
'I've done time,' says Audley. 174
'Join our fight' plea on pensions; CAMPAIGNERS COLLECT SIGNATURES FOR PETITION TO BE PRESENTED TO THE QUEEN. Wilson, Lucy 352
A grand stage for the king, etcetera! 226
Alan says thanks for some good tips. 132
Albert's admirers tune up for tribute. 178
Almost 50pc get five 'good' GCSE passes. 154
Anger over Hindley move. 82
ART and exhibitions. Bell, Lucy 410
Aston Martin's 'most sophisticated' model; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 157
Avoid busy times, tippers warned. 150
Basinful of cash for youngsters; SNOWBALL. 104
Beaten Emanuele given sparring tonic in Tenerife; BOXING. 182
Bees aim for double success; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 271
Belgrade backs Bob; Director given new three-year contract. Mcmullen, Marion 205
Blaze ready to avoid being drawn into a fight at Jets; ICE HOCKEY. Huxley, David 268
Boost for city's children. 109
Bubbling Bedworth wait on injured men; FOOTBALL. Harris, John 311
Bulky manuals hit the buffers. 132
Burr sitting in pole position at Borough; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 422
Butts and Newbold both desperate for win to boost league hopes; RUGBY UNION. 462
Call for help to save Finelist jobs. 172
Call over 'drug driving'. 129
Cancer fear over fibre. 88
Cash helps pupils get in the picture; SCHOOL OFFERS PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES FOLLOWING pounds 10,000 BOOST. Forster, Mark 241
Cause is just, MP tells dairy farmers. 186
Chance for older folk to influence decisions. 165
Channel 4 back in race for television rights; RACING. 352
Chapel End Libs are off to a flying start; FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES LEAGUE. 208
Charity cards. 102
Church fair raises aid mission cash. 100
CINEMA: DINO bore; GO2. Wood, Michael 326
CINEMA: Disney goes PRE-HISFROLIC; GO2. Wood, Michael 451
CINEMA: Gruesome tale is in bad taste; GO2. Wood, Michael 178
City that could be as big as Boston; EYE-OPENER AS INTERNATIONAL LAW EXPERT LOOKS AT COVENTRY . . . AND SEES MASSACHUSETTS. West, John 411
City were too slow says Hearts boss; FOOTBALL. 468
CITY'S TRIPLE INJURY BLOW; FOOTBALL: Strachan keeps quiet over casualties. Turner, Andy 525
CLASSICAL: A song for charity; GO2. Mackenzie, Jenny 105
CLASSICAL: Russian opera in the ARIA; GO2. Mackenzie, Jenny 275
Clothing bins latest thing in recycling; MOTORISTS URGED TO TRADE IN TEXTILES FOR THIRD WORLD. Mackenzie, Jenny 226
Community honours its unsung heroes; Popular characters get medals. 509
COUNTRY: Return of the legends; GO2. Stuart, Frances 260
COUPLES' HIDDEN TREASURE; Paintings sold for pounds 493,000. Capewell, Laura 233
Cov land top Tongan star; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 325
Crusaders hoping for best out of three; BASKETBALL. 338
Cupid strikes in the lavvy!; SOLDIER I MET IN THE OUTSIDE TOILET WAS JUST MY CUP OF TEA, RECALLS MARY. Gibbons, Duncan 277
Customers help ring up charity cash. 140
Does your child know where eggs come from?; It may seem like the simplest question in the world, but a new survey reveals that many children know little of rural life. Hambridge, Karen 803
Eh oh, art thou Romeo? 156
Elderly woman in 'drink' con trick. 103
Elliott promises United title fight; FOOTBALL. 182
England in need of a quick fix; GOLF: SPOTLIGHT ON THE ALFRED DUNHILL CUP AT ST ANDREWS. Garrod, Mark 419
Family battered in gas filled house; TRIPLE MURDER HORROR. Diver, Krysia 690
Fire group is revived. 148
Flood damage bills 'to top pounds 4bn'. 183
FOLK: Aly's rare gig on the fiddle; GO2. Willow, Pete 207
Fund-raising rockers roll back years; ELVIS FANS HELP TWO FAVOURITE CHARITIES BY ORGANISING A NIGHT OF MUSIC. Pinder, Rachel 301
Gifts plea for ball. 120
Health study on 200 abbey bodies. 129
Health watchdog is facing the axe. Diver, Krysia 267
Holders Griff face local rivals; FOOTBALL. 186
IN THE COURTS. 747
Indian bosses in factory mission. Williams, Alison 215
Injured boy, 11, is critical. 82
Israel accused of declaration of war. Deane, John 269
Jacqui's raring to run. 130
Jason the only scorer; RUGBY UNION. 231
JAZZ: DOUBLE the fun; GO2. Caldwell, Bob 303
JAZZ: Heavenly sound of Tim's seven; GO2. 86
JAZZ: Stacey's dreamy recording; GO2. 275
Joachim set for Villa start; FOOTBALL. 115
Join our winter Naps Table; RACING. 302
Katy is making up for lost time; RACING. Robson, Michael 389
Keep our last Vulcan flying; AIR ENTHUSIASTS IN DESPERATE RACE TO GET BOMBER BACK IN THE SKIES. Gibbons, Duncan 461
Kids make treats for everyone; SNOWBALL. 125
Kittens escape waste crusher. 232
Laveen's designs on logo success. 171
League get tough with rogue clubs; SUNDAY POOL. 152
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 133
Lions look for Fylde repeat; RUGBY UNION. 194
Liquor licence plea at 24-hour filling station; DRINK-DRIVING FEARS HAVE NO LOGICAL BASIS, SAFEWAY TELLS COURT. Magill, Peter 213
Living with adoption. Turner, Catherine 1745
Lottery cash gives soccer coaching a kick start. 141
M42 restrictions for road work. 101
Man, 40, held in raid probe. 86
Mayor unveils club plaque. 118
Minshull's switch for Coventry; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 820
Montjeu looks good value in star-studded event; RACING. 428
MOTORING: 'Most powerful' Outback; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 170
MOTORING: Clio V6 lined up for UK debut; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 128
MOTORING: Designs on new Peugeot model; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 110
MOTORING: DRIVING SHORTS; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 125
MOTORING: DRIVING SHORTS; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 95
MOTORING: DRIVING SHORTS; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 166
MOTORING: Drug-driving limit appeal; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 286
MOTORING: Fancy dress instead of wedding dress; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 103
MOTORING: Hi-tech glasses could reduce road chaos; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 233
MOTORING: Is this Ford's best car yet?; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 511
MOTORING: NEW CRISIS AT THE PETROL PUMPS; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 275
MOTORING: Safety options are top priority at motor show; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 326
MOTORING: Seventh generation Civic takes to stand; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 159
MOTORING: Shogun has pulling power; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 129
MOTORING: Think before driving appeal; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 268
MOTORING: Two new models - and one for the future; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 197
MOTORING: Volvo on attack with S60; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 202
Mum on benefits 'worked to pay rent'. 169
Murder trial date. 88
New row over library loos bid; Move puts councillors at loggerheads. Scott, Fiona 287
Nick lands the Jag of his dreams; pounds 89,000 BUYS RARE MODEL FOR EX-BOSS. Gibbons, Duncan; Diver, Krysia 321
Open day at city cemetery. Hart, Nigel 234
Pair face crime challenge. 140
Parable pays for church. 112
PB for swimmers; SWIMMING. 116
Pitmen land honours; BOWLS. 186
Play or leave City, Brown tells Hendry; FOOTBALL. 369
Please don't give your car to thieves. 221
Pledge to review council house rents; WIDE DISCREPANCIES REVEALED BETWEEN DIFFERENT PARTS OF BOROUGH. Gibbons, Duncan 250
Police chief returns with a pledge. Hart, Nigel 213
pounds 10bn wiped off share values. 140
Practice is perfect for White's revival; SNOOKER. 246
Private cash, public neglect; New swipe at hospital philosophy. Hambridge, Karen 371
Prizes on offer for traders and shoppers. 107
Problems mount for sloppy Spurs; FOOTBALL: LEAKY DEFENCE NOT THE ONLY HEADACHE FOR GEORGE GRAHAM AS HE STRUGGLES TO MAKE TOTTENHAM A PREMIERSHIP FORCE. Turner, Andy 654
Pupils' poetic images of war; A HUNDRED YOUNGSTERS' VERSES HELP LAUNCH POPPY APPEAL. Hart, Nigel 453
QUARRY PLUNGE RESCUE DRAMA. Ray, Emma 207
Queues for minor surgery shortened; GP ops win the vote of laid-back ENT patients. Ray, Emma 221
Racism 'still a barrier to city equality' Call for five-year blitz wins council support. Barry, Paul 263
READER HOLIDAYS; Begin 2001 with a trip to Las Vegas. 225
Rebrov earns his Spurs; FOOTBALL. 127
Redcar and Brighton off; RACING. 173
Redgrave reveals his constant battle with illness; ROWING. 306
RFU meet on split threat; RUGBY UNION. 250
Ricco fury as Everton nab Naysmith; FOOTBALL. 400
Richard KEYS a Sky Blues fan's view; Robson and Taylor can be England dream team; FOOTBALL. Keys, Richard 451
ROCK: GREEN giants; GO2. Poole, Alan 389
ROCK; GO2. Poole, Alan 280
Run that past us again. 140
Rusedski beaten; TENNIS. 147
Sniffing out disease. 112
Spitfire buyer to get piece of history. 105
Staff tied up in armed raid terror; Gunmen seize cash. Gibbons, Duncan 288
Star's surprise visit. 154
Store bids to sell alcohol. 135
Street in line for a facelift. 151
Streets ahead in ratings battle. 209
Students urged to beware burglars. 271
Students urged to beware burglars; LEAMINGTON DIGS WORST HIT IN RAIDS - POLICE HAND OUT ADVICE LEAFLETS. Portlock, Sarah 261
Support group just snowballs; SNOWBALL: FRIENDS' INITIATIVE GETS BIG WELCOME. Hambridge, Karen 216
Sympathy of one flood town is sent to others. 159
The lure of the Lords attracts 5,000. 220
THE REAL COST OF CUTS AT THE TECH; COMMENT. 198
THEATRE: From a DOC to a prince; GO2. Mcmullen, Marion 442
THEATRE: Ian stumbles out of The Archers; GO2. Mcmullen, Marion 360
Thomas confident for cup challenge; FOOTBALL. 672
TO THE GROUND: Some nights out; GO2. Crutchlow, Dayle 602
Tom's ready for the Big Apple. 259
Training opportuniy at kennels. 103
TRIPLE MURDER HORROR IN CITY; Sisters and their pensioner dad found dead - Police quiz man, 24. Diver, Krysia 163
TV stars' dust-up in my garden; TEMPERS FRAYED AS TEAM RACED CLOCK. West, John 297
Vauxhallputs its price options on view. 208
VIDEOS: Julia's remaking legal history; GO2. 329
War fears grow as violence escalates. 307
WE KNOW HOW IT FEELS; Flood victims' misery shared. Pinder, Rachel 230
WIN a VIP night out; GO2. 333
WIN pounds 1,000 worth of computer equipment for your school. 259
Workers flee acid leak at depot. 121

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