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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 29, 2000)

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'We'll protect the children' Deadline pledge after 50 per cent failure rate. Diver, Krysia 210
999 response times win praise; 'ACHIEVEMENT' AS AMBULANCE CREWS ANSWER OVER 40,000 CALLS IN BUSIEST YEAR. Gibbons, Duncan 313
Angus is in line for Boro recall; FOOTBALL. Harris, John 172
Apartheid fight hero triggers electric finale; LABOUR AT BRIGHTON. Scott, Fiona 299
ART and exhibitions. Bell, Lucy 399
Award first for child support team. 156
Award for top tutor Charlie. 188
Award joy for schools team. 151
Banned Tarbuck sits it out; RUGBY UNION: PREVIEW OF THE WEEKEND'S BIG CLASHES. 182
Barbara says farewell to live shows. 156
Bedworth stay on their travels; FOOTBALL. Harris, John 697
Boss wins funding for study ofdisabled; CEREBRAL PALSY SUFFERER BEGINS PIONEERING RESEARCH. Hart, Nigel 236
Bouncing up. 125
Bourganville can step up with style; RACING. Hamer, Keith 299
Brighter outlook for home's residents. 99
BRITISH DUO RULE WAVES; OLYMPICS: Shirley and Ben sail to Games glory. Malley, Frank 945
Brown record is demolished; ANGLING. Armstrong, Pat 710
Car reward for hospice supporter; IN THE DRIVING SEAT: Raffle winner Colette McSharry receives her new Peugeot 206 from hospice chief executive Gill Young and Peugeot dealer sales manager Lee Beynon. Picture: MICHELLE SPERRY. 144
Carson's a winner - but on the quiet; RACING. 492
Chance for cup revenge; RUGBY UNION: PREVIEW OF THE WEEKEND'S BIG CLASHES. 484
Charlton learn from mistakes; FOOTBALL: ADDICKS DETERMINED TO AVOID BEING CAUGHT IN PREMIERSHIP RELEGATION ZONE AGAIN. Turner, Andy 718
Christie on call; FOOTBALL. 206
Christmas Joy spread. 137
CINEMA: BILLY'S the kid; GO2. Wood, Mike 530
CINEMA: BROS still Coen strong; GO2. Wood, Michael 210
CINEMA: Great effects but the plot is see-through; GO2. Wood, Michael 219
CINEMA: Students' screen guide; GO2. 159
CLASSICAL: Classical journey to the stars; GO2. Mackenzie, Jenny 293
Club to start karate just for women. 208
Collection plans for garden waste; COUNCILLORS TO DISCUSS GREEN INITIATIVE AFTER REQUESTS. Ray, Emma 296
COUNTRY: Duo's perfect blend of styles; GO2. Stuart, Frances 205
County pilot for internet teacher idea. 245
Court orders garage owner to pay pounds 20,000. 206
Cov team up to win back pride; RUGBY UNION: PREVIEW OF THE WEEKEND'S BIG CLASHES. Wilkinson, John 474
Cracker to go out on the net; Radio project gets a new format. Capewell, Laura 238
Danes' vote deals blow to the euro. 222
Denise escapes ban. 120
Dip's men aim to put a spell on Magic; BASKETBALL. 264
Disabled artist's Christmas Joy; Painting to feature on hundreds of cards. Clarke, Samantha 199
Don signs up for awareness. 133
FOLK: 'Ledgends' kick up a FOSSE; GO2. Willow, Pete 333
Fortune favours brave punters; RACING. Till, Steven 387
Freak wave hits luxury cruise liner. 141
Freak wave hits luxury liner. 174
Garage owner fined. 87
Golden goodbye to Kosovo; AFTER A YEAR OF REBUILDING SCHOOLS AND MORALE, GLOBAL CARE AID WORKERS DELIVER A FAREWELL GIFT OF pounds 10,000-WORTH OF EDUCATIONAL SUPPLIES AND HEAD FOR HOME. Diver, Krysia 509
GR-EIGHT BRITAIN!; Two more golds make it our best Olympics for 76 years. 106
Greek ferry aground in new scare. Poole, Keith 220
Greener cleaner's flush of success; ECO-BUGS COULD GO TO WORK IN MORE SCHOOL TOILETS. Hart, Nigel 258
Guineas warning over Minardi; RACING. Robson, Michael 387
Hard-hitting Harrison is one step from gold; FOOTBALL. 174
Help for family studies. 86
Hillfields 'our home' verdict. 215
Hinckley boss rallies Cup troops; FOOTBALL. 320
Homes access row rumbles on; MINISTER STEPS IN AFTER FAMILIES SENT BILLS AVERAGING pounds 30,000. Pinder, Rachel 409
HUGE WINDFALL LIFTS SCHOOLS. Ray, Emma 226
Image that 14-pints William may view with regret; LABOUR AT BRIGHTON. Scott, Fiona 180
IN THE COURTS. 421
INTERNET STANDS IN FOR TEACHERS; Absent pupils to learn online. Pinder, Rachel 309
Jamie beats the booze. 127
JAZZ: SEXTET appeal; GO2. Caldwell, Bob 589
Jewellery is a symbol of city. 114
Jobs galore in Christmas countdown. Summers, Kathryn 219
Just the job for a VIP. 85
KITTED OUT; FOOTBALL. 81
Kray ousts newly-weds. 82
Labour sets tax cut puzzle; LABOUR AT BRIGHTON. Scott, Fiona 353
Leaders holding off title chasers; Sunday Bowls League. 110
Learning for a future role. 113
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1122
Lions bring in three new faces; RUGBY UNION: PREVIEW OF THE WEEKEND'S BIG CLASHES. 258
Lords kill jury trials reforms. Brown, Amanda 245
Martine's cuppa cash for charity. 101
Midlands voices in country demo. 105
Moment of pure magic for Joe, 10; SCHOOLBOY'S ELF NOW A DISNEY CHARACTER. Goulden, Barbara 222
Motivation wins awards for three. 334
MOTORING: Caravanland opens its doors to the public; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 296
MOTORING: Dot.com sales flop; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 465
MOTORING: IN BRIEF; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 116
MOTORING: IN BRIEF; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 103
MOTORING: Kia unveils top-of-range Magnetis; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 164
MOTORING: Last link in motoring's three-wheel generation; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 423
MOTORING: LET'S STOP THE HOLE NUTS!; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 335
MOTORING: Lively Leon is a Latin winner; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 454
MOTORING: Marking launch of new Civic; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 154
MOTORING: MOTOR JARGON; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 101
MOTORING: The DO'S and DON'TS of caravanning; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 281
MOTORING: The shape of vans to come from Renault?; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 159
MOTORING: Volvo on call; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 339
MOTORING: Win pounds 250 off your car insurance; DRIVE TIME. Smith, Stewart 326
Move to swell list of foster carers. Ray, Emma 208
NEW LEADS ON MISSING MUM; Surjit Kaur Athwal. Diver, Krysia 322
NHS 'complaints clinic' to open. 121
Nina scoops training prize. 240
Old boys and girls fan the flames. 214
Parks team get hands on trophy. 372
Phil worms his way to victory with prime carp haul; ANGLING. Armstrong, Pat 286
Police alert after car break-ins. 95
Police keep their options open on armed robbers; Attacks are not unique to to city, stress detectives. Hart, Nigel 308
pounds 40,000 in grant aid from lottery; Last of festival awards. Kukuruzovic, Simon 310
PR boss heads business network. 113
Prize day at library for footie poets. 139
PUBS TACKLE THE ROWDIES. Magill, Peter 319
Raiders escape with drink. 125
READER HOLIDAYS; Superb Christmas shopping trips. 248
Red tape fear plagues businesses. Hutson, Andrew 247
Reds on their own; FOOTBALL. 276
Relay team blow chance of medal; SYDNEY 2000: DISASTER FOR BRITS IN 4x100M RELAY. Gordon, Ian 506
Richard KEYS a Sky Blues fan's view: We've got to turn the tide; FOOTBALL. Keys, Richard 495
Riders' last push for sick children. Ray, Emma 320
ROCK: HEALEY'S sprite on song; GO2. Poole, Alan 807
Rugby tops on A-level results. 184
Rugby's one woman charity phenomenon; SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL BRANCH OF THE LEUKAEMIA RESEARCH FUND... AND ITS REMARKABLE LEADER. Court, Judith 1140
Severn Trent told to plug the leaks. Gibbons, Duncan 243
Sex and babies in Will's day. 190
Shirley picks up our seventh gold; SYDNEY 2000. 446
Shock as Lords reject jury Bill. 116
Shoppers enjoy a taste of France. 167
Staff crisis hospitals pounds 2m in red. Cuthbertson, Hayley 338
Staff crisis puts hospitals pounds 2m in red. Cuthbertson, Hayley 397
Step into Billy's shoes. 136
Strachan ready to shuffle his side; FOOTBALL. Turner, Andy 483
SYDNEY DIARY; SYDNEY 2000. 321
Teenagers told how to pocket a job. 104
Thanks for the MEMORIES! Duck, Alison 1484
Thanks to a man of God who has meant so much to Coventry; COMMENT. 225
THE LIMIT: DO turn around to Civic Hall!; GO2. 288
The real Nina givesher blessing; DELIGHTED FORMER 60s STAR THINKS WACKY CITY COUPLE ARE 'GREAT FUN'. Atre, Marion Mcmullen 293
THEATRE: Behind BARS; GO2. Mcmullen, Marion 420
Tim tackles a thorny subject; Drama looks at heart ops scandal. Mcmullen, Marion 272
TO THE GROUND: BITE of the Shiny Red Apple; GO2. Crutchlow, Dayle 612
Toddle tinies take a rest. 107
Tony lifts charity crown; ANGLING. Armstrong, Pat 175
Trading standards chief on front line. 165
Travel appeal for dogs. 91
TRAVEL: Bright new face of that 'dirty old town' IT'S ALL CHANGE IN THE LAND OF MATCHSTICK MEN AND CORONATION STREET TERRACES. Goulden, Barbara 802
TRAVEL: HOLIDAY SNAPS. 252
Triple fun for nursery's little newcomers. 231
Veteran of big bands; Playing spanned 40 years. Goulden, Barbara 285
Walk-in thief strikes. 103
Warm praise for jazz festival. 189
Warning on callers. 108
Welcoming students to Coventry; GO2. Crutchlow, Dayle 83
WIN Hollow Man goodies; GO2. 83
Winter pool league clicks into action; POOL. 127
Women to get clear advice. 84
You're one of us, joy for Nelson; LABOUR AT BRIGHTON. Scott, Fiona 85

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