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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 2, 2001)

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'Centre has put us on fast road to success' Car designers have to move to a larger site. 222
'Read the small print' warning; HIGH COST OF TRYING TO CLAIM PRIZE OFFER. 273
A cheer of support. 84
A FREE bracelet for every reader. 243
ACTIVE ZONE: We're having a ball... 250
Advice on safe gardens. 90
Airing a new way to measure pollution. 201
All-weather pitch work delays kick-off. 305
Anger as city garden workers get axe; COUNCIL BLAMES DRY WEATHER FOR LOSS OF 58 JOBS MAINTAINING GREEN AREAS. 402
ANGER AS COUNCIL LAYSOFF GARDENERS; Dry weather blamed for 58 jobs going. 400
Another link to theWhite House; Nuneaton woman's task reveals . . . 358
any questions? 447
ARCHERY: Naomi 10th in European shoot out. 319
Armed raid on betting shop. 138
ATHLETICS: Upset as false start rule changed. 285
Attack victim talks to police. 138
BACK TO SCHOOL: Plan ahead to kit out the kids. 318
BAR HOLDS BACK ON LICENCE PLEA; Bosses decide to look again. 280
Bet's still the best. 101
BOWLS: Griff ladies are in pole position. 245
BOXING:Vital test as Pithie hits comeback trail. 544
Breakthrough in search for missing Peter; TESTS REVEAL DNA OF MYSTERY PERSON ON GIRL FRIEND'S CLOTHING. 189
Bringing the past into the future; THE CITY'S COLLECTION OF HISTORIC TREASURES IS BEING CATALOGUED AND WILL ONE DAY BE ACCESSIBLE ON THE INTERNET. 980
Call goes out to save bats' hospital; SERVICE TO HELP SICK, INJURED AND ABANDONED LITTLE MAMMALS NEEDS HELP ITSELF. 522
Case dropped after witness goes away; Alleged assault victim in Ireland, judge told. 316
CENTREOFVIOLENCE UNDERFIRE IN REPORT; But trust says drugs are not a serious problem. 218
Charity to run new courses. 109
Cherry research proving fruitful. 173
Chris's rescue act is just the job; Former lifeguard ready to entertain punters. 222
College awarded top status for engineering. 196
Councillor facing battle to fight seat. 102
Couple win home battle. 154
Creative recycling scheme is an art; New use for unwanted 'rubbish'. 229
CRICKET: Nuneaton league will still umpire at Ambleside. 139
CRICKET: Yorkshire get along without them very well. . . 200
DARTS: Lazarenko unworried by threat from Beaton. 348
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 220
Ex-miner died of illness toll. 109
Eyesore site plan wins big welcome; Neighbour and council back homes. 230
family finance. 595
Family sets up a fun day - to say thank-you. 170
Fines for child work breach. 108
Food glorious food... 118
Football fans look game in the frame. 278
FOOTBALL: BETRAYED; City chairman hits out as Hartson quits for Celtic. 253
FOOTBALL: Cardiff City 1 Sky Blues 0. 547
FOOTBALL: Dons must move or die. 88
FOOTBALL: Gers face delay on Ball move. 115
FOOTBALL: Gregory hails musketeers as Villa go through; Aston Villa 1 Rennes 0 0 Agg 2-2, Villa win on away goals. 471
FOOTBALL: Guppy turned back on City. 282
FOOTBALL: Meeting date. 86
FOOTBALL: pounds 5 million Hughes 'in by the weekend'. 430
FOOTBALL: Richardson: John let us down. 1144
FOOTBALL: Strachan is sorting out the men from the boys. 304
Four hurt in head-on collision. 93
Four Kosovans acquitted of violent disorder. 128
From Red Square to a precinct near you; WACKY PERFORMERS TO STOP SHOPPERS IN TRACKS. 263
Fund-raising in a league of its own. 178
Get out of my house!; OAP's pleas as intruder creeps about. 249
GOLF. 87
GOLF: Coleman frames his round of a lifetime as he makes par with five birdies. 941
GOLF: It's a tall order for Parnevik. . . 362
GOLF: McGuire counting cost of Open exit. 825
GOLF: Rash boast leads to heavy bar penalty! 309
GOLF: Sullivan's had his Weetabix. 229
GOLF: Tea at the Palace for Cup duo. 220
Good use from sale of baccy. 186
GUN TERROR AT CITY BOOKIE'S; Armed trio force customers and staff on to floor. 294
Hancock's home up for grabs. 92
Harvey Nicks expands to the Midlands. 115
Hasn't this lot got a home to go to?; DRINKERS INVITED TO SUBMIT AUCTION BIDS FOR PUB FITTINGS. 245
Heritage launch a reward for city; CIVIC TRUST PRAISES INNOVATIVE USE OF LOTTERY FUNDING. 331
Hidden cost of winning letters. 157
Holidaymakers motorbike alert. 95
HOME STYLES: The right choice for the bedroom. 300
Hospital staff in crunch meeting. 141
Ian aims to raise profile of club. 135
Illnesses led to car blaze suicide. 197
IN THE COURTS. 603
Japan top of table in car stakes. 186
Joshua wins a new bike. 139
KEEP OF THE TRACKS: Keeping track of the train vandals; RAILTRACK HOPES THAT CHILDREN WILL HEED THE CAMPAIGN MESSAGE TO STAY OFF THE TRACKS. 743
Kerrie gets a brighter future. 198
Lead is still big threat to swans. 99
LETTERS:your views. 1514
Log on and you'll have a sporting chance to win. 149
Marlon is a very hairy hit. 96
Marlon settles in. 88
Mayor's office runs up pounds 20,000taxi bill. 196
Missing man is found safe. 122
Motoring legends hit the road in tribute; THE COVENTRY RUN. 423
Murder bid victim, 27 still in serious state. 98
OAP robbed in 'lost ball' con. 140
Old hands at new tech. 180
Parties weigh up peace proposals. 130
PAT ARMSTRONG'S COLUMN ON THE ANGLING SCENE: Blythe Water joins the list of super venues. 375
PAT ARMSTRONG'S COLUMN ON THE ANGLING SCENE: Kids will be made welcome. 232
Paths open - but wipe feet. 184
Paul fulfils a driving ambition. 146
Police could introduce 'stun guns' to tackle crime; SUCCESSFUL TASER WEAPON TRIALS COULD LEAD TO WIDESPREAD USE. 251
Police to keep eye on stun gun trials. 155
POOL: Stags stay10 points clear after top-table clash. 296
Portraits present a picture puzzle; SOCIETY ASKED TO HELP SHED LIGHT ON OLD PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTION. 292
pounds 29,000 haul of race car parts. 120
RACING: ALL IN A ROW. 125
RACING: Galileo heads quality line-up. 216
RACING: Grimes chases festival double. 231
RACING: Gunners get back on target. 159
RACING: Noverre hailed after bubbly victory. 727
RACING: Sillett's team strike. 202
RACING: Victory for Ed will be no surprise. 512
Raffle to boost hospice appeal. 132
Rail hotline has been buzzing with your help; comment. 213
Reading push for children in care. 231
Rely on a car from Japan. 120
Richard's century of memories. 154
Riddle of park victim's injuries. 167
Ropewalk traffic chaos threat. 182
ROPEWALK TRAFFIC CHAOS THREAT; Work on two big town centre facelift schemes are set to clash. 304
RUGBY UNION: Coventry put Tigers in tank. 534
Sahara dust in storm clouds. 88
Secret sides of writers revealed; SPOTLIGHT WILL BE ON ELIOT'S FEMINISM AND LARKIN'S FATHER. 405
Severn Trent misses target. 261
Shop till you drop - literally. 86
Snakes alive! Reptile gives old folk a shock. 197
SNOOKER: Attleboro Libs sink Windmill. 177
Splashing fun for everyone. 114
Study tells of pupils' drug abuse. 141
Subway art it would be a crime to spoil; PEDESTRIANS' DELIGHT TEMPERED BY FEARS OF VANDALISM. 328
TENNIS: Below-par Henman crashes out. 212
The Coventry is first to help hospice fund; BUILDING SOCIETY SETS pounds 5m APPEAL FOR 20-BED UNIT ON ITS WAY. 263
Thumbs up for credit checks; Plan to slash crime. 258
Tidy desk clues to our lifestyle. 172
Tidy desks clues to our lifestyle. 172
Tired Queen Mother to go home. 133
Tired Queen Mum to go home. 143
Tracy proves she's got that animal magic. 174
Training bid for towns' bouncers; Doormen set to pay pounds 100 registration fee. 265
Wait for spending slowdown to kick in. 154
Walk a rural path - but wipe your feet! 308
Warning after spate of raids. 192
Well, we were told to watch the birdie; SUMMER NATURE PROGRAMME PROVES TO BE A WINNER WITH THE YOUNGSTERS. 185
Win a car and boost worthy cause. 173
Woman threw a knife at cabbie; She refused to pay fare, claiming he stole money. 334
Work by nifty fingers goes on show. 163
Young women caught in debt spiral. 198

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