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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 14, 2000)

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'Evil' villain Jez comes to a sticky end. 90
70,000 could benefit from cheap loans; COVENTRY'S BIGGEST CREDIT UNION READY TO GO. Magill, Peter 300
A festive shopping break; READER HOLIDAYS. 277
A Goode job well done; ANGLING. 201
A new look for workers. 98
Adams puts its property in agent's hands. 113
Agony aunt's tips on fighting depression. 146
Andrew to meet his orphanage pals; FIVE-YEAR-OLD TOUCHED BY PLIGHT OF EGYPTIAN YOUNGSTERS. Hart, Nigel 326
Are you a Robbie Keane - or a Robbie Coltrane?; THE MEN WHO ARE PUTTING THEIR HEALTH IN DANGER BY EXERCISING TO EXCESS IN A VAIN ATTEMPT TO GET FIT. Chilton, Steve 1032
Baddesley pip Tunnel to top title; MIDWEEK BOWLS. 267
Barcelona are far too good for O'Leary's battlers; FOOTBALL. Parkes, Ian 776
Beatles gold discs languish in Customs. 257
Blair apology to nation demand; CRISIS AT THE PUMPS. 198
Bragg launches arts attack. 97
Brush up business skills. 105
By-law bid to curb cyclists. Cuthbertson, Hayley 274
Cash appeal at repair row church; HISTORIC BUILDING GRANT HOPE - BUT LAY RECTORS STILL FACING HUGE BILL. Goulden, Barbara 290
CATCH THEM EARLY; Oggy's advice on how to beat Arsenal. Turner, Andy 349
Chairs cheer town charity group. 104
Charity plough share. 92
Charity show models spoilt for choice. 145
Chasing Parks glory. 256
Children benefit in above-par effort. 95
Children plug in to science fun. 154
City to share in Arnhem parade. 170
Come along you donors. 81
Corley services refuelled. 142
County duo shine at Windsor trials; EQUESTRIAN. Healey, Kate 237
CRISIS AT THE PUMPS; YOUR VIEWS ON THE STREET. 327
Diesel taken from building firm's yard. 103
Do you know these two?; CRIMEBEAT. 84
Doors to open on city past; HERE'S YOUR UNIQUE CHANCE TO GO ON THE TRAIL OF COVENTRY'S HIDDEN HISTORY . . . Our four-page guided tour through time starts here. Draper, Keith 384
Evening bus services hit by fuel shortage. 80
Experts warn of superbugs. 101
Explosive devices found in alleyway. 115
Fans back stunned Gough; CRICKET. 123
FANTASTIC FOOD AND DRINK OFFERS FOR EVENING TELEGRAPH READERS ... AVAILABLE FROM ALL EVENING TELEGRAPH OFFICES, PLUS THE BEDWORTH ECHO AND HINCKLEY TIMES; READER OFFERS. 599
Final push needed for minibus; PLEA TO HELP DISABLED SPORTS FANS. Hart, Nigel 320
Find out about reflexology. 120
Flying the flag. 172
FOLLOW THE HERITAGE TRAIL. Draper, Keith 861
FOLLOW THE HERITAGE TRAIL. Draper, Keith 1030
Former bishop moves to city parish; Warm welcome for Rwandanfamily. Goulden, Barbara 231
Fresh role for Jane. 101
Fuel is targeted by thieves. 136
Fuel tankers hit the roads again; CRISIS AT THE PUMPS. 562
Gabby on the ball for cup. 155
Go-slow brings M6 to a crawl; CRISIS AT THE PUMPS. 95
Good causes in line to go online. 141
GRAND PRIX TOP TEAM; Charlie is still setting a hot pace. 116
Happy Coventry lift County crown; SCHOOLS FOOTBALL. 142
Have a say on vital issues. 81
Head teachers urged to ignore red tape; PAPERWORK GETTING IN WAY OF EDUCATION, SAYS UNION. Education, Mark Forster 308
Help plea on car used by gun raiders; CRIMEBEAT. 246
Hoop dreams. 133
Hospital staff 'under great pressure' CRISIS AT THE PUMPS. 290
Hotel staff's week of fun raises pounds 1,400 for charity. 109
Hotel's charity fashion show. 114
Hotshot Cole lays down the Law; UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: CONTRASTING FORTUNES FOR PREMIERSHIP SIDES AS COLE SETS A MANCHESTER UNITED RECORD WHILE LEEDS ARE HUMBLED. Anderson, David 605
How Snowball scored for young soccer players. 413
Hunt for man after gun threat to cashier; POLICE RELEASE SECURITY CAMERA FILM AFTER RAID ON BUILDING SOCIETY. Summers, Kathryn 185
I was dropped in it, claims angry Vialli (But Gullit tells Luca: You got what you deserved!); FOOTBALL: THE CARLING PREMIERSHIP. Bradley, Mark 706
IN THE COURTS: City man jailed for 5 months. 586
In-command Lancs on course for bonus; CRICKET. 515
Inzhagi comes to the rescue for Juventus with hat-trick; FOOTBALL. Hunter, Ian 386
Jamie clocks up pounds 200. 81
Jet-ski stolen from garage; CRIMEBEAT. 157
Jobless totals rise again. 147
Keep turning up for clinics, patients urged. 367
Knifeman stole teenager's bike; CRIMEBEAT. Cuthbertson, Hayley 206
Last-gasp Withey clinches a thriller; RUGBY UNION: NCA CENTRAL DIVISION MERIT TABLE. Wilkinson, John 418
Law firm makes case for change; CHRISTMAS CARD COSTS WILL HELP CHILDREN THANKS TO pounds 250 GIFT. Goulden, Barbara 227
Leicester in good shape for Uefa Cup; FOOTBALL. 304
Leisure club venture for IM. 144
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1343
LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE, TONY. 199
Log on to job advice. 147
Man dies in accident. 83
Managers take over Baynflax. Industry, Alison Williams 251
Manor Park grab fine Tetley Bitter Cup win; RUGBY UNION. 294
Market switch begins for fish stalls. 180
Millpool clinch Bowl glory; LOCAL FOOTBALL. 258
Mitchell clocks up win No 15; CYCLING. 524
More bobbies to go on beat in villages; NEW CHIEF CONSTABLE TO PUT EMPHASIS ON RURAL 'HOT SPOTS'. Scott, Fiona 289
More taking a gap year. 107
Naughty bits on film. 220
New bar manager on home ground. 156
New case of swine fever. 99
New group is just for rockers. Harris, Alan 207
New way of learning. 147
Nottingham doubt; RACING. 396
Ofwat to look at water service. 122
Pairs holders lose; POOL. 178
Pairs must dress for success; BOWLS. 173
Panic buying leads to rationing; CRISIS AT THE PUMPS. 247
Parties thanks to a family fun day. 112
Pensioners unite for rights fight. Goulden, Barbara 231
Pensioners unite in fight for rights. Goulden, Barbara 231
Phone taken in street robbery. 135
Plan to give city council chief pounds 5,000 increase. Scott, Fiona 375
pounds 1000 in cash to be won... EVERY DAY FOR A WEEK! 207
Powell and Waugh put the pressure on Essex; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 350
Praise for a great start. 152
Procession honours ex-city Labour MP. 115
Putting the boot into city craftsmen!; ANY QUESTIONS. Draper, Keith 1005
Queen sees our 45p worker story. 177
Racing battles to keep going; RACING. 349
Record moans tally for ombudsman; COMPLAINTS AGAINST COUNCILS ROCKET - AND BACKLOG CLEARED. Hambridge, Karen 330
Repair works close busy road. 145
Report shows work role change. 157
Residents meet with developers. 146
Return of Noddy and the Famous Five. 84
Rush hour hold-ups as protests continue; CRISIS AT THE PUMPS. Diver, Kysia 290
Sale for charity. 93
Scattered squad threat to Borough game; FOOTBALL. Brown, Derek 374
Schools may close. 214
Schools struggle to stay open; PETROL CRISIS. 178
Scouts in plot to recruit gardening experts; TIME IS RUNNING OUT FOR COMMUNITIES TO APPLY FOR pounds 2,500 MAKE-OVER FOR DERELICT PLOTS OR EYESORES. Kukuruzovic, Simon 531
See what's on offer. 81
Showcase bus lane? 'It's organised chaos' YOUR VIEWS ON THE STREET. Hambridge, Karen 489
Solicitors play the fool to aid research. 121
Star talks of breakdown. 177
Stars out for Boro fans. 147
STEVE EVANS: Are we losing the real art of communication?; STEVE EVANS ON THURSDAY. Evans, Steve 558
Stores 'blitzed' by shoppers. 170
Students become boring but healthy. Education, Mark Forster 255
Students enter world of business. 94
Tacey on drink-drive charge after crash; SPEEDWAY: BEES RIDER DUE IN COURT TOMORROW. 227
Take glimpse behind scenes at museum. 167
TANKERS BACK ON THE ROAD. Hambridge, Karen 485
TANKERS BACK ON THE ROAD; PETROL CRISIS. Hambridge, Karen 507
Teacher denies race abuse claim; SCHOOL TECHNICIAN TELLS TRIBUNAL OF 'DOMINEERING' COLLEAGUE. Barry, Paul 207
Team player gets top job at centre; New boss predicts bright future for Skydome. Wilson, Lucy 240
Teenager survives 20ft fall from tree swing. 264
Temple growth plans on hold; RESIDENTS OPPOSED TO EXTENSIONS HEAR PLEDGE BY SIKH LEADERS. Portlock, Sarah 312
THE PRICE OF PETROL GOES UP AGAIN!; You won't believe this: As the blockades ease and the tankers start to roll... Hart, Nigel 228
There but for Fortune; RACING. 458
Tour stars turn it on at Hearsall; GOLF: SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL CLUBS. Draper, Roger 508
Travel guide offer is not all it seems; SMALL PRINT REVEALS HIGH COST OF AGREEING TO ADVERTISE. Hart, Nigel 175
Treasure hunters told: Don't touch this with a bargepole. 181
Trout tops at Packington. 227
Twins 'well' after op. 80
United best in Europe, says beaten coach. 168
Vet's treat for pupils. 89
Voles safeguarded as flooding work begins; pounds 30,000 BROOK AND BRIDGE SCHEME AIMS TO END VILLAGERS' MISERY. Clarke, Samantha 276
Walk to trace area's ancient history. 198
Walk to trace area's ancient history. 129
Warning on crashes; CRISIS AT THE PUMPS. 84
Wayne's world of dance at arts centre. 209
We're a happy bunch. 97
WEDDINGS. 290
Week's canal walk for charity. 89
Windmill open with fine win over Police; SNOOKER. 376

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