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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (August 29, 2001)

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[0] Plan to set up village IT centres delayed; MONEY TO BE SPENT ON INSTALLING COMPUTERS IN LIBRARIES. 294
Alarm orders racepastpounds 1/2m. 255
Apartment scheme attracts objections. 99
ATHLETICS: Hubbard and Ash grab award glory. 143
athletics: STAR TREATMENT. 141
ATHLETICS: Unbeaten Jackie lifts Godiva to third. 407
ATHLETICS:Clear road win for top Harrier Matthew. 288
Auditors praise property team. 113
Autumn season pick of the crop; Warwick Arts Centre bags host of big names for 100 dates. 229
Band makes overtures for new players. 136
Bands play at the double. 159
Biker grandparents get revved up for world trip. 232
Birthday bloomers! 100
BOXING: Lewis' storm warning. 102
Boy, 10, helps con man, 93. 109
Bulldoze this 'hovel' URGENT ACTION IS URGED TO GIVE COVENTRY ESTATE A FRESH START. 420
Castle hosts hawk fly-past. 94
Celebrating decade of fund-raising. 169
Charity cyclists are all heart. 160
Children's wear chain chasing M&S. 108
City mums help farming families. 141
Club builds on a successful start. 190
Coach chief's screen tribute; HARRY SHAW LATEST NAME ON CATHEDRAL LIST. 353
Combine harvester crash biker fighting for life. 94
Con-tricks are foiled. 191
County property services praised. 96
Credit union spreads message further. 151
CRICKET : Hinckley grab a title triumph. 496
CRICKET: I'll be back, says drop-out Gough. 378
CRICKET: Veteran Mel boosts Attleborough's bid. 328
CYCLING: Ives scoops silver again. 384
Dancers' show of support for charity. 139
Disease worries led to suicide. 154
DOMINOES: Truslove duo land trophy. 161
Drugs murder denial. 177
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 146
Exhibition sparks electric franchise. 124
FAMILIES TELL OF FUMES HORROR; POLICE WARN PEOPLE TO STAY INDOORS AS HUGE TOXIC PLUME IS VISIBLE FOR 10 MILES FOLLOWING BLASTS AT INDUSTRIAL PARK. 394
Family found dead in murder-suicide drama; Police discover fellow officer, wife and children. 199
Festivalvisitors a boost for area traders. 145
Fitness fan's ticket to health. 117
FOOTBALL: Babbel: England can beat Germans. 323
FOOTBALL: Beckham fitness hopes get a boost. 461
FOOTBALL: Beckham starts his fight for fitness. 384
FOOTBALL: BORO DUO ON ALERT; Crowley, Lavery in contention. 317
FOOTBALL: Brown bans Hutchison transfer talks. 89
FOOTBALL: Cabbage aiming to make changes; MIDLAND COMBINATION. 657
FOOTBALL: Charity team aiming for a repeat hit. 310
FOOTBALL: Craig's treble spurs Sports; COVENTRY ALLIANCE. 136
FOOTBALL: Dutch strikers are no big deal - Dunne. 104
FOOTBALL: England stick to Munich hotel. 297
FOOTBALL: Hofland not up for grabs say PSV. 196
FOOTBALL: Lee CARSLEY...from the Sky Blues camp; Fans so right to boo us for Forest effort. 1017
FOOTBALL: Sphinx sprint out of blocks; MIDLAND COMBINATION. 521
FOOTBALL: Steve to be honoured in charity game. 119
FOOTBALL:MO: HAVE FAITH IN US; City star's plea to fans. 310
FOOTBALL; Blanc jets in to meet United. 219
Garage till cash snatch. 144
Gift cuts patients' journey. 136
Glue down computers. 135
Hamilton accuser in court challenge. 96
Hamiltons' accuser faces asset freeze. 297
HUGE CITY CHEMICAL BLAZE DRAMA; Hundreds of workers evacuated and roads sealed off as massive factory fire sparks fumes alert. 494
Hunt for raid bungle gang. 158
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze under fire. 99
Improved contraceptive implant gaining favour. 295
INDOOR FOOTBALL: Champs bang on target. 178
Kirstie passes speed trials. 140
Knife threat in bid to steal phones. 143
LETTERS: your views. 1619
Lies and women. 95
Look into museum corners. 96
Michael's birthday magic. 224
Modern women reveal a 'life of lies'. 242
More rail delays for travellers. 108
MP's bid to slow traffic. 86
Mystery of PC in family killing spree; MURDER-SUICIDE THEORY AFTER FOUR BODIES FOUND. 325
No charges over sword attack at Sikh temple. 195
No excuse for the mess that blights our city; comment. 194
OUR SUPERSTAR CAR COMES HOME; GREAT DAY FOR COVENTRY AS THRUST THE RECORD BREAKER ARRIVES TO TAKE PRIDE OF PLACE IN THE MUSEUM OF BRITISH ROAD TRANSPORT. 805
PARK CLOSED OVER INSECT BITE SCARE; 'No risk' at other venues, say experts after three people end up in hospital. 262
PARK CLOSED OVER INSECT BITE SCARE; Experts blame blackflies as three fall ill. 301
Park is closed over insect bite shocker; Experts blame blackflies as three hit by mystery illness. 279
Park's visitors land in hospital; BLACKFLY BLAMED FOR BITES THAT LEFT POOL VISITORS FIGHTING FOR BREATH. 262
Parkinson's victim took overdose. 82
PC bludgeoned family to death; NEIGHBOURS AND COLLEAGUES PUZZLED BY 'MURDER AND SUICIDE' TRAGEDY. 491
Pilot poets share wartime memories. 101
Plan for village IT centres delayed. 238
Plan to set up village IT centres delayed; MONEY TO BE SPENT ON INSTALLING COMPUTERS IN LIBRARIES. 286
Police chief's pledge over gun crimes. 242
Police probe spate of scooter thefts; SIGHTINGS OF ILLEGAL RIDERS IN CAMP HILL MIGHT BE LINKED. 276
pounds 4,000 bill for smashed school windows. 177
pounds 55,000 on Man United title bid. 167
Punter's pounds 55,000 bet on United staying on top. 277
Punter's pounds 55,000 on United staying top. 310
Punter's pounds 55,000 on United staying top; MAN STANDS TO WIN pounds 40,000 IN LARGEST PREMIERSHIP BET. 290
RACING: american beauty. 94
RACING: Leaders head for pounds 100 profit; PINK NAPS TABLE. 209
RACING: McCoy closes in on 100. 311
RACING: McMahon on mark with a double strike. 400
RACING: Time looks right for Watchmaker. 355
Rail commuter in 'droning' misery; APOLOGY WON OVER FAILURE TO WARN OF NOISY TRACK WORKS. 251
Rail neighbours' noise misery. 131
Robbers grab cash at garage. 125
RUGBY UNION: Rugby club helps spread the message. 240
Scheme provides fun in the sun. 169
SCHOOL TRIPS- facing the end of an era?; A SERIES OF TRAGEDIES, AN EVER-INCREASING BLAME CULTURE AND GROWING PAPER WORK COULD PUT EDUCATIONAL OUTINGS IN JEOPARDY. 1009
Simple way to stop theft of computers; GLUE OR LOCK MACHINE TO DESK, SAY CONSULTANTS. 302
SkyDome bosses cancel proms concert. 175
Spate of bogus callers linked; GANG MAY BE PREYING ON BOROUGH'S PENSIONERS, SAY POLICE. 443
SPEEDWAY: Bees trip full of eastern promise. 373
Stories wanted to surprise Leslie. 234
Students face pounds 25,000 uni bill. 319
Success on a plate for food service trainees. 231
SWIMMING: Adam blasts through to scoop the bronze. 317
Team that builds an 'icon' hailed. 164
TENNIS: Rusedski eager to take his revenge. 481
Top Tory Ken backs Midlands stadium. 315
Town awaits In Bloom awards. 141
TOWN CENTRE'S BOOZERS FACE A BAN; Rules may bring end to drinking in street. 270
Town's street boozers could face ban. 250
Traders count festival profits; 108,000 ATTENDANCE MAKES UP FOR ROYAL SHOW DISAPPOINTMENT. 326
Trains to the capital hit by delays. 124
Troops move in to end bid for refuge. 194
Twin town teenagers team up for talks. 131
Vehicles targeted in spree. 94
Watch the birdies during nature walk. 111
Water way to raise over pounds 2m; FUND-RAISER GOES SWIMMINGLY. 279
WIN a VIP day out at the Car Run; PLUS: Fabulous exlusive ThrustSSC goodies to be won. 266
WIN: a coaching course at MEGABOWL. 355
Woman denies drugs deal murder. 215
Wrecked cables cause more delays on the rails. 91
Young women urged to make voices heard; Confidence seen as key factor in health drive. 317
Youngsters gobble up handiwork. 142
Youth cast to stage musical Godspell. 160

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