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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 7, 2000)

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Title Author Type Words
'My friend Mo' tribute. 112
[0] FOOTBALL. 230
A showbiz night to remember; HOTEL GETS THE HOLLYWOOD BUZZ. Diver, Krysia 315
A team effort, insists Dallaglio; RUGBY UNION. 389
Action on hospital geriatrics; Health bosses in bid to avert winter beds crisis. Hambridge, Karen 244
Agony for Cov ace Addleton; RUGBY UNION. 153
Attacker struck near Skydome; CRIMEBEAT. 159
Banned micro scooter maims child. 128
Bard that misses the belly-laughs; REVIEWS. McMullen, Marion 193
Bermuda turn on the style; BEDWORTH GAMES. 179
Big dipper record is about to fall. 110
Birthday medal for loyal staff. 145
Bishop's tribute to wife Kathy's talent; INTRICATE MILLENNIUM PANELS DEDICATED AT CHURCH CEREMONY. Ray, Emma 262
Blaze aiming for a repeat; ice-hockey. Huxley, David 174
Bonanza time again for big Draycote rainbows; ANGLING: SPOTLIGHT ON TROUT. Armstrong, Pat 672
Brothers admit pounds 1million fraud; 'PALACE-STYLE' HOMES FURNISHED FROM PROCEEDS OF FINANCE SCAM. Hart, Nigel 302
Business anger at 'shambolic' station; TOWN BOSSES LEFT 'SICKENED' BY COMMENTS MADE BY RAIL COMMUTERS. Portlock, Sarah 326
Cadet flies the flag for Britain. 189
Campaign for safer driving. 85
Campus taster. 96
Champ Tom's double delight; GOLF: SPOTLIGHT ON THE LOCAL SCENE. Draper, Roger 395
CHASE CHALLENGE; GOLF. 121
CHEATED!; Sky Blues point finger at Charvet. Turner, Andy 452
Coton Hammers are seeking new blood for two sides; FOOTBALL. 141
Council leader in 'pay' gesture. 230
Coventry internet giant's success. Hutson, Andrew 181
Crunch day looms for Hayrick and Glaziers; POOL. 267
Dip in sales of new cars. 112
Double's a real diamond; RACING. Hamer, Keith 462
DRIVERS'ANGERAS pounds 4 GALLON LOOMS; See-saw petrol prices plague forecourt. Magill, Peter 411
Dual stage for firms. 124
Duathlon ace Simon eyes world championship gold; CYCLING. Wilkinson, John 354
Eagle eyes spot stalls' lion logos. 114
Ex-city woman of vast account. 119
FAME: It brought one of these men all he wished for - and led to the death of the other; COVENTRY UNIVERSITY PSYCHOLOGY LECTURER EXAMINES THE JOYS AND DESPAIR OF CELEBRITIES WHOSE LIVES ARE CONSTANTLY IN THE PUBLIC EYE. Summers, Kathryn 313
Family praise work of hospice staff; 'I'VE MORE INCENTIVE THAN EVER TO HELP', SAYS VOLUNTEER COLLECTOR. Harris, John 229
Fantastic day for our game; CRICKET: WARWICKSHIRE'S ENGLAND SPINNER REFLECTS ON A MOMENTOUS VICTORY FOR ENGLISH CRICKET. Giles, Ashley 1829
Fears as NEC narrows 'gap'. Summers, Kathryn 215
Festival's fund-raising tally. 126
Fever breaks out for console. 114
FOOTBALL. 229
FOOTBALL. 206
Former deputy police chief dies. 190
Freckled thief hunt; CRIMEBEAT. 117
FREE bulbs for every reader. 340
Go full steam ahead on a rail trip from yesteryear; Your chance to rediscover the nostalgic age of steam travel. 357
GOAL! Youngsters score with cash; CHARITY CHEQUE PAYS FOR PROPER FOOTBALL NETS. Turnell, Catherine 200
GODIVA - The naked truth; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 420
Grant is music to their ears. 127
Greg in race for Bees tie; SPEEDWAY. Berry, Mike 207
Guided tours have health at heart; DIETICIAN INVITED TO HELP SAINSBURY'S SHOPPERS MAKE RIGHT CHOICES. Hall, Paula 264
Gunners back from dead. Pierce, Bill 313
Gwen takes flight at the age of 77; TASTER SESSIONS IN GLIDING ARE AMONG ATTRACTIONS OF CITY'S 50- PLUS FESTIVAL. Wilson, Lucy 255
Healthy ambition. 84
Helpers wanted to staff support desk. 163
Home tests for killer cancer. 163
Hoping jinxes are off the menu!; FRIDAY THE 13TH OPENING SECOND TIME ROUND FOR FIRE-HIT RESTAURANT. Hart, Nigel 247
HOSPITAL WINS pounds 500,000 CONTRACT; MoD screening covers 30,000. Mackenzie, Jenny 222
Ian planning a cash landing; RECTOR WILL ABSEIL FROM CHURCH ROOF TO RAISE MONEY FOR TWO CHARITIES. Harris, Alan 284
Ian plans a cash landing. 157
IN THE COURTS: Driver banned for five years and fined pounds 900 for series of road offences. 802
Infants like Hannah might only survive with Baby Lifeline. Hambridge, Karen 1059
Inquest into crash horror deaths. 147
It's a fairytale for ex-Boro striker Christie; FOOTBALL. 229
It's just great exploring with the World Wide Webbs; STEVE EVANS ON THURSDAY. Evans, Steve 601
Jaguar workers seek paid parental leave. Hutson, Andrew; Wilson, Lucy 295
Keep away order on soap stalker. 130
Learn to put on style. 96
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS. 1272
LIFELINE FOR SEX ABUSE VICTIMS; Lottery cash means more help for under-16s. Capewell, Laura 379
Lindsay sees off Serena; TENNIS. 179
MACCA'S BACK FOR BOROUGH; FOOTBALL. Harris, John 368
Meeting over Sikh temple proposals. 137
Mowlam in Brazil drugs talks. 111
Moyers keeps up hot run; CRICKET. 145
Musical days. 106
New kit gives young cricketers a boost. 136
Night class queue forms. 177
No luck, says Strachan; FOOTBALL. 275
No-one listening to us, shopkeepers tell MP; TRADERS REFUSE TO SURRENDER IN ARGUMENT OVER BUS-ONLY LANE. Hambridge, Karen 313
Nuns open convent for B&B. 198
Office thefts alert. 117
Officers issue a tools haul appeal. 89
One-stop city health shops bid; Aim is to create up to 12 centres. Hambridge, Karen 208
Organist's return. 87
Pair admit pounds 1m fraud in city. 207
Peugeot plant looks to a bright future. Hutson, Andrew 301
Police dogs on the scent of victory. 160
Police look to vicar for clues. 163
Police move to prevent blockade; REACTIONS AT HOME AND ABROAD AS EFFECTS OF RISING FUEL COSTS START TO BITE. 234
Police outfoxed by 'plausible' con man; CRIMEBEAT. Diver, Krysia 244
Police quiz four over raids. 96
Pop star to speak to Oxford Union. 117
Posties lead way on charity ride. 96
pounds 168,000 jackpot is best therapy. Goulden, Barbara 334
pounds 2m deal for A45 showroom. 155
pounds 5m deficit looms for department; SOCIAL SERVICES WILL OVERSPEND TRYING TO MEET BASIC NEEDS. Scott, Fiona 348
Powergen's profit dimmed. 205
Price hike leaves motorists fuming. 293
Pulford is back in style for slick Griff; FOOTBALL. 383
Red Dwarf star turns jail 'Big Brother'. 241
Riberac to beat weight; RACING. 147
Rita a breath of fresh air; REVIEWS. Wilson, Lucy 204
Rugby star Liz kicks off talks season. 152
Sampras hits back to outgun Krajicek; TENNIS: TIE-BREAK TURNAROUND GIVES US STAR A PLACE IN SEMI-FINALS. Gregory, Peter 399
Security alert over car cruisers. Hutson, Andrew 281
Sex message taken on board; Buses bid to tackle the 'silent infection' among young people. Magill, Peter 198
Shearer's free gift sinks City; FOOTBALL: SPOTLIGHT ON LAST NIGHT'S ACTION AT HIGHFIELD ROAD - AND THE OTHER BIG TALKING POINTS FROM THE PREMIERSHIP PROGRAMME. Writer, Andy Turner Chief 1034
Shoot-out KO for Stratford; FOOTBALL. 238
Shopping extension is backed; SCHEME WILL HELP FIGHT COMPETITION. Magill, Peter 222
Sikh prayer books presented to hospital. 210
Sporty night for businesswomen's group. 162
Static rowers should go far! 172
Stolen van in M-way terror. 238
Super heads `merit higherpay'. 145
Super heads' pay 'too low'. 146
Taking brakes off the design process. 143
Teachers: The new school leavers. Forster, Mark 1898
Terrified Daryl takes to the stage. 163
The actress wedded to memory of Ellen Terry; 'WHEN WE ARE MARRIED STAR' WINS MORE FANS FOR HER HEROINE. Writer, Marion Mcmullen Atre 301
The good toilet guide - and which to avoid; LETTERS; YOUR VIEWS. 198
Thieves drive off BMW. 117
Title joy for Coton Cons A; SNOOKER. 148
Top marks for Mo from pupils at former school; YOUR VIEWS ON THE STREET. Barry, Paul 367
Topless version of 206 a reality. 162
Unhygienic hotel is fined pounds 9,000; Kitchens damaged and dirty. Mackenzie, Jenny 232
VILLAGERS HIT JACKPOT. Magill, Peter 305
Visit the friendly city of Dublin; READER HOLIDAYS. 156
Walk-in facility to see a nurse; 15-hour service to ease casualty burden. Hambridge, Karen 261
Why are we still failing the most vulnerable? 173
WIN a fantastic Bissell Spotlifter worth pounds 50. 195
Win a promo video. 101
Winter fuel payments on the way. 128
With this X-ray I thee wed! 129
Wonderful memories of church. 178
Workers' petition taken to the public. 205
Workers'denied holiday rights' RISE IN NUMBER OF COMPLAINTS. Clarke, Samantha 296
World tunes in to Last Night. 112

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