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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (October 6, 2000)

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'They've made a pig's ear of Godiva head' DESIGNER RANTS AT CITY'S 'CLUMSY' NEW LOGO. Lewis, Gareth 289
A welcome return. 83
Aga Khan's Riyafa ready for step up; RACING. Hamer, Keith 419
Agency's deal hits a high note; NIGHT SPOT IN SPONSORSHIP LINK. Cuthbertson, Hayley 202
Arrests follow big haul of drugs. 94
ART and exhibitions. Bell, Lucy 554
Arthur honoured in park he loved. Evans, Steve 227
Beauties face the brains test; LOOKS ARE NO LONGER ENOUGH, SAYS MISS ENGLAND JUDGE FROM STOKE GREEN. Gibbons, Duncan 313
Benson the crime buster takes it easier. 243
Blaze are aiming for Flyers finish...; Ice Hockey. Huxley, David 361
Breen banks on fighting spirit to boost Irish cause; FOOTBALL. 339
Bulb for bulb a really bright idea. 162
Cabbage boss hits out at poachers; FOOTBALL. 143
Can you force a Whimmy whammy? 104
Cancer ruling. 90
CASHIER FACES ARMED RAIDERS; Woman terrorised as pair steal cash. Evans, Steve 233
Celebration marks a year of success; Come and see what you're funding, says education service. Clarke, Samantha 266
Child charity seeks helpers. 116
Church harvest festival gets a new look. 97
CINEMA: Mild-mannered Paterson shows his macho side; GO2. 408
CINEMA: One Klump or seven...; GO2. Wood, Michael 480
CITY HIT BACK AT HENDRY ATTACK; FOOTBALL: Chairman refutes defender's claims over treatment. 268
City's Sunday markets to start with a bang; BLOW TO EXISTING TRADERS AS NEW SITE WINS APPROVAL FOR AT LEAST A YEAR. Diver, Krysia 319
CLASSICAL: Night out for a TENOR; GO2. Mackenzie, Jenny 529
COLLEGE IN CRISIS. Forster, Mark 1502
COLLEGE in CRISIS; Students and staff fear for the future. Forster, Mark 407
COUNTRY: Styles to suit every taste; GO2. Stuart, Frances 269
County gets a buses boost. 199
Cov aiming to humble the leaders; RUGBY UNION. Wilkinson, John 357
Coventry's motoring success keeps driving forward; COMMENT. 207
Crash victim named. 109
Cutting jargon makes lessons clearer. 242
Della to follow her ex down the aisle. 132
Diabetes centre praised. Hambridge, Karen 277
Dobbin back in action; RACING. 260
Dog breeder bows to protests. 366
Domestic rivals set for midfield clash; FOOTBALL. 138
Dream can come true; RACING: TWELVE HORSES TO FOLLOW OVER THE NATIONAL HUNT SEASON. 1118
Drop-in centre opens its doors; NEW SERVICE AIMS TO REDUCE ISOLATION FELT BY MANY CARERS. Mackenzie, Jenny 247
Drop-out rate is defended; TALE OF TWO UNIVERSITIES. Lewis, Gareth 235
Drowsy Jimmy gets into swing; SNOOKER. 285
Drug fines row puts Hague's dilemma in focus; TORIES AT BORNEMOUTH. Scott, Fiona 274
Drugs seizure leads to arrests; COVENTRY MEN CHARGED AFTER POLICE SWOOP IN MIDLANDS AND NORTH. Magill, Peter 243
Eyes on the potato. 131
Fears over closure of city bank. Wilson, Lucy 234
First shop to lose the lottery. 163
FOLK: Two-edged SWARB; GO2. Willow, Pete 314
Football club sued over sale to Sky Blues. 167
Fossils under our feet. 150
Ginnelly warns off poachers; FOOTBALL. 445
Go now, the world tells Milosevic; SANCTIONS SET TO END AS TYRANT GOES INTO HIDING. 307
Heather murder: Police quiz man. 115
Help for youngsters with family worries; RELATE OFFERS ITS COUNSELLING SERVICE AT A PRIMARY SCHOOL. Forster, Mark 283
Help with the festive rush. 112
HERE WE GO; FOOTBALL. 329
High roller scoops share in a million; RACING. 750
How sex can cause a thirst. 150
Human rights law 'guards liberty'. 181
Husband charged with murder. 208
IN THE COURTS. 328
INJURED OFFICER LOUISE IN AIRLIFT DRAMA; Coventry PC on Romania mercy mission breaks back in horror minibus crash. Hart, Nigel 321
Injury mars Ron's gamble; RACING. 123
JAZZ: Dave's MILES ahead; GO2. Caldwell, Bob 642
Job recruiters who welcome the wrinklies. Hutson, Andrew 226
Jonathan's dreaming of the jungle. 176
Joy at twin city's liberation. 169
Just perfect, says England ace Alec; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE ICC TROPHY. Clough, David 730
Keegan sweats on fitness of duo; FOOTBALL. 177
King clips Williams after table rumpus; SNOOKER. 421
Lads join the DIY brigade. 124
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1195
Light aims to bolster Breeders bid; RACING. 279
MAC SET FOR BORO RETURN; FOOTBALL: Top scorer recovers from shoulder injury. Brown, Derek 386
Man accused of five murders. 81
Midlands rivals fill the gap; RUGBY UNION. 129
Mighty bid by James, 5. 97
Monty is kitted out for success; Golf. 404
More patients miss their ops. 242
MOTORING: 'GET TOUGH ON THE WHITE VAN MAN' DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 300
MOTORING: Acclaim for Fiat Ecobasic; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 191
MOTORING: Driven to distraction; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 359
MOTORING: DRIVING SHORTS; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 172
MOTORING: DRIVING SHORTS; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 117
MOTORING: Executive class for family car price; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 504
MOTORING: How much of YOUR car is recycled?; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 245
MOTORING: Improved power for Frontera; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 169
MOTORING: Joining forces for new pick-up; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 92
MOTORING: Mazda treads new ground with Tribute; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 203
MOTORING: Monday is peak day for car thefts; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 199
MOTORING: New tyre show to go online; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 100
MOTORING: New utility vehicle is torque of the town; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 262
MOTORING: Price cuts boost sales of new cars; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 202
MOTORING: Sed for success; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 182
MOTORING: Space Star is one in million off production line; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 132
MOTORING: Think positive!; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 306
MOTORING: Trip down memory lane on MG; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 128
MOTORING: Your Drivetime team scoops top award; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 153
Museum's gems on the road again; ANNIVERSARY MILESTONE IS MARKED BY CAVALCADE OF CLASSIC CITY-BUILT VEHICLES. Goulden, Barbara 246
Music benefits hospital. 103
National safety award for police operation; SCHEME TO PROMOTE PUBLIC SAFETY AND CUT CRIME ON BUSES IS HONOURED. Wilson, Lucy 173
National title for kickboxing grandma. Magill, Peter 298
New store is a big noise in the city. 124
Nigel goes for gold in Sydney. 180
Now you can suffer together. 245
Noye witness is shot dead. 98
Old enemies aiming to topple king John; STOCK CARS. Robottom, Dave 377
On the road with a new safety code. 137
Our labour of love for a rural dream; THE COUPLE WHO SOLD THEIR POSSESSIONS AND MOVED INTO A RUNDOWN COTTAGE, WITH A BANK BALANCE OF pounds 7 - AND A VISION. Court, Judith 856
Out of city - into Africa. 87
Pastimes from past times... 86
Peugeot 206 is the people's choice. 217
Peugeot in touring cars return; MOTORSPORT. 172
Pig & Whistle pip Hayrick in cup final; POOL. 301
Police appeal over armed raiders. Kukuruzovic, Simon 337
Police in appeal over pub gunmen. 179
Police move. 108
pounds 22m new hub helps TNT deliver. Hutson, Andrew 284
pounds 700,000 to boost skills; Training projects scoop awards. Hambridge, Karen 281
Prince shows talking talent. 128
Printing firm keeps contract local. 101
Pubs eye trip to Las Vegas. 175
Pupils digging early for blooms. 118
PUSH FOR PUPILS WINS TOP MARKS. Pinder, Rachel 307
Racing swoop for Chippo the second; FOOTBALL. Wilson, Michelle; Harris, John 845
READER HOLIDAYS; Head for Malta and escape the cold. 261
Ready to fight say upbeat Tories; TORIES AT BORNEMOUTH. Scott, Fiona 259
Record as Clarke sees off Faldo; Golf. 430
Rethink ordered on toilets; Thousands oppose library plan. 159
Richard KEYS a Sky Blues fan's view; Joe's time will come!; FOOTBALL. Keys, Richard 533
ROCK: Idlewild gig before album work; GO2. Poole, Alan 94
ROCK: You just have to love the blues; GO2. Poole, Alan 681
Rover lops up to 19pc off new cars. Woodman, Peter 200
Safer Streets initiative extended into the city. 170
Scholes: We must avoid emotion; FOOTBALL. Barlow, Matt 564
School's original slant on The Bard. 153
Schumacher's early warning; MOTORSPORT: FORMULA ONE. 679
Shoppers are sick of a parrot. 96
Silverware signals success. 176
St Nicholas test; FOOTBALL. 82
Stop moaning, Hurst tells Cole; FOOTBALL. 177
Strachan snaps up Wark for City role; FOOTBALL. 183
Stylists pinpoint salons' highlights. 132
Summer League hand out trophies; POOL. 266
Teaming up to get web wise. 148
THE LIMIT: KENNY CARPENTER TRAFFIC, CAREY'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7; GO2. 279
Theatre project in the spotlight. 139
THEATRE: An ACCENT on originality!; GO2. Mcmullen, Marion 435
Thomas in Boro job poser; FOOTBALL. Harris, John 214
Tim back in old routine; RUGBY UNION. 437
TO THE GROUND: A fool proof PLAN; GO2. Crutchlow, Dayle 534
Town school gets top marks. 178
TOWN TRAILING IN SHOPS RACE; 'We're losing out' warning. 284
Training projects scoop pounds 700,000. 114
Trial aims to help asthma sufferers; BOROUGH PIONEERS INFORMATION PROJECT ON SYMPTOM CONTROL. Ray, Emma 319
Triples finale; BOWLS. 139
TV licence dodgers fined by the dozen; EVADERS CAUGHT DURING EURO 2000 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS IN JUNE. Gibbons, Duncan 273
Two men held in rape probe. 119
Walkies will never be the same; Cyber dog takes the lead. 91
Warm Irish welcome; NEW CENTRE FOR ELDERLY TO OPEN. Goulden, Barbara 213
Web wise at the library. 138
Wheeling to retirement; Protest officer's proud farewell. Kukuruzovic, Simon 214
WIN a fantastic skiing holiday in the USA. 433
Winner Sadie cleans up. 116
Wise up on the web at your library. 172
Woodley returns for Rugby; FOOTBALL. 324
Work under way on museum overhaul; LOTTERY GRANT HELPS TOWARDS FULL RENOVATION COSTS. Cuthbertson, Hayley 265

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