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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (February 9, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
'DO NOT FEED THE PIGEONS'. 290
'Head's bullying forced me out' - claim. 113
'I'll give Great Escape hero his last wish' FLAG TRIBUTE TO PoW WHO INSPIRED A CLASSIC SCENE FROM THE MOVIES. 636
'School figures just don't add up' COUNCILLOR PLEDGES TO LOOK AGAIN AT THE MATHS OF PROPOSED AMALGAMATION. 627
[0] STRANGE BUT TRUE; DRIVETIME. 131
A pounds 400,000 hospital dedicated to pet care; VETERINARY GROUP PREPARES FOR MOVE TO PURPOSE-BUILT TREATMENT CENTRE. 251
A-class made longer; DRIVETIME. 261
ANGUS RETURN BOOSTS BORO; Defender ready for action. 343
Art in a roundabout way; NEW EXHIBITION AT THE HERBERT IS GUARANTEED TO CATCH YOUR EYE - AND TURN YOUR WORLD UPSIDE DOWN. 227
ASIAN treat; GO 2: ROCK. 310
At least I haven't got to justify a huge fee; Pressure is much different this time around for City's new boy. 1077
Auntie'sdinosaur reunion drama. 145
Bags of help for survivors; GENEROUS PEOPLE DONATE MOUNTAIN OF CLOTHES TO HELP INDIAN EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS. 430
Bands' goal is kicking hit. 206
Barkers call on Warwood to revive spirits; RUGBY UNION. 585
Barthez to meet up with his old mates; FOOTBALL: SPOTLIGHT ON THE PREMIERSHIP RELEGATION SCENE. 338
Birthday surprise for Bob. 118
Brilliant Blaze storm back to winning ways; ICE HOCKEY: CONFIDENCE BOOSTED IN TIME FOR TOUGH AWAY GAMES. 418
British Gas announces April price rise. 155
Burley injury adds to Derby's worries; FOOTBALL: SPOTLIGHT ON THE PREMIERSHIP RELEGATION SCENE. 459
CAB goes out to help the poverty-stricken. 234
Cash call to secure beds; HEALTH BOSSES LOBBY FOR FUNDING. 267
Cash kits out college team. 99
Cavalier heads for Warwick; RACING. 507
Chance to learn community skills. 110
Changing style of motor show; DRIVETIME. 263
Cheap fuel cheats face losing cars. 314
Child fat is a growing problem. 211
Citroen offers cashback; DRIVETIME. 100
Citroen sales continue to rise; DRIVETIME. 104
Close thing for popular author; ROD IS FAVOURITE WHEN PUPILS ARE ASKED FOR A NAME TO PUT ON NEW ROAD. 321
Clothing giant in bid to fill 700 jobs; GAP DISTRIBUTION CENTRE AIMS TO BE UP AND RUNNING BY SUMMER. 223
College art students go public. 182
Colleges' future points to merger; CITY'S FURTHER EDUCATION IN LINE FOR MAJOR OVERHAUL. 290
Council tax rise shock. 119
Crisis-hit Bedworth face test; FOOTBALL: PREVIEW OF TOMORROW'S NON-LEAGUE ACTION. 260
Cruiser is winner on POINTS; DRIVETIME. 493
Crusaders have revenge in mind; BASKETBALL. 275
Deep River debut; GO 2: COUNTRY. 277
Deritend sale is announced; Market changes cited as Lee Beesley looks ahead. 256
Dial-a-valuation; DRIVETIME EXTRA. 80
District council tax up 9.75pc. 208
Do you remember?; DRIVETIME. 133
Double honour for IT provider. 131
Driver due in court. 87
DRIVERS FACE TEST BAN; DRIVETIME. 486
DRIVETIME TIPS FOR NEW DRIVERS; DRIVETIME. 185
England given warning after Gough controversy; CRICKET. 355
Era is over for Victorian night; Christmas market will take over. 256
Evo VI could fit the bill for police forces; DRIVETIME. 172
EXHIBITIONS; ART and exhibitions. 271
Family affair fails to make you care; REVIEW. 203
Fantastic concert was a sell-out; GO 2: JAZZ. 251
Fat kids are a growing problem. 122
Flat gives off bad vibes. 182
Garcia sees off double Australian challenge; GOLF. 449
Get together to improve our hospital!; We want your ideas for a new day unit. 291
Great Escape hero makes a final wish; ENSIGN TRIBUTE TO PoW WHO INSPIRED ONE OF THE MOVIES' GREATEST SCENES. 698
Hartson can make all the difference in survival fight. 882
Hartson homes in on safety; FOOTBALL. 329
Head to end 21-year link with school; COUNDON COURT'S INSPIRATION TO RETIRE. 331
Help track flasher. 90
Hope to reopen murder probe; BROTHER OF MISSING WOMAN AND MAN JAILED FOR KILLING IN SEPARATE PLEAS FOR JUSTICE. 701
Ideas pour in from estates; 180 NEW DEAL SUGGESTIONS 'SHOW PEOPLE CARE'. 268
IN THE COURTS: Youth sentenced for police attack. 379
JANGLE on the guitar; GO 2: FOLK. 354
JAZZHEARTS hit the right beat; GO 2: JAZZ. 429
JOHN GIVES CITY NEW HART; Strachan's delight as new striker joins Sky Blues. 492
Knitters aim for double; FOOTBALL. 615
Knitters aim for double; FOOTBALL: PREVIEW OF TOMORROW'S NON-LEAGUE ACTION. 614
Lady and the tramp!; THE ACTRESS WHO'S TAKEN THE STEP FROM DOCTOR'S RECEPTIONIST TO ROUGHING IT. 833
LETTERS: your views. 1676
Lifeline thrown in tax returns mire. 169
Light to shine for Henderson; RACING. 531
Lions hand debut to speedy junior Jordan; RUGBY UNION. 264
LOUD and PROUD to be out with the crowd; go 2: the limit: ear to the ground. 444
M-way speed limit 'is too low' DRIVETIME. 230
Man on death crash charges. 110
Martin returns for Stratford; FOOTBALL. 203
Mayor John puts starlings to flight. 98
Mazda makes distribution move; DRIVETIME. 105
Mick's ride in tribute to friend. 211
Mitsubishi range on display; DRIVETIME. 179
Money bags vital clues to bank robbery. 248
MY FIRST CAR; DRIVETIME. 438
New cinema hopes to reel in crowds; COUNTDOWN IS ON TO OPENING OF TOWN'S PURPOSE-BUILT MOVIE COMPLEX. 540
New Mondeo wins another title; DRIVETIME. 153
Nuns out for revenge win over Dudley; RUGBY UNION. 221
On the ball for charity. 179
Oxbridge tipsters profiting by degrees. 162
Pearson given the all clear; FOOTBALL. 166
PENSIONER ROBBED IN HIS ARMCHAIR; Thugs break into home. 248
Pete is off to walk the Great Wall. 135
Peugeot takes wraps off summer stunner. 263
Peugeot unveils its new model; SLEEK 307 BOASTS SPECIAL FEATURES AT 'COMPETITIVE PRICE'. 386
Plea in hunt for raiders. 112
Police appeal over arson attacks. 161
Police hunt for armed robbers. 138
Police in Lucie hunt find body; JAPANESE OFFICERS MAKE GRIM DISCOVERY NEAR HOME OF MAN ON RAPE CHARGES. 339
POPTONES NIGHT, featuring COSMIC ROUGH RIDERS, ROCHENKO, THE 4 KINGS THE COLOSSEUM, FEBRUARY 3; go 2: the limit. 226
Popular social club unveils new modern look; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 278
Prestigious reception for cancer research findings. 197
Pupils engineer a real-life challenge; Project takes youngsters away from text books. 373
Question time goes on trial at council. 96
RACING. 107
Rail travellers hit by more delays. 97
Ray's ready to join the big fish. 179
ROAD RAGE: It's never too late to improve!: (Even YOU, the snail- paced driver holding everyone up); DRIVETIME. 384
ROCK CHIC; GO 2: CINEMA. 476
Security award for Vauxhall; DRIVETIME. 138
Sheep-shape sign designs. 161
Shocker Eminem lives up to his reputation. 133
Simon's STEP up; GO 2: THEATRE. 399
Sky Blues keeper in factory tour. 142
Something X-tra and X-clusive from Spirit; DRIVETIME EXTRA. 325
SOUND BYTES; GO 2: ROCK. 250
Speak out on living on low income. 119
Sporting life for new Terrano; DRIVETIME. 177
Stewart bowled out by history. 115
STRANGE BUT TRUE; DRIVETIME. 124
Students raise cash for their final year show; ART and exhibitions. 219
Success could turn sour for small shops; RENT RISES 'MAY SEND MORE BUSINESSES OUT OF TOWN CENTRE'. 289
Sunshine ruling for freelancers. 167
Suzuki takes the soft option; DRIVETIME. 164
Take in the romance and culture of Italy; READER HOLIDAYS. 283
Tenancy row action urged; SOCIALIST CHALLENGES HOUSING ASSOCIATION. 257
Thank you for saving my life; WHY SEVEN MINUTES WERE SO VITAL FOR MARTIN. 306
Thorpe celebrates his journey so far; ART and exhibitions. 186
Three cheers as 2001 gets off to a great start. 147
Toby's nail ordeal has happy end. 267
TOON raiders; GO 2: CINEMA. 432
Ukraine treat at Warwick Arts Centre; GO 2: classical. 411
ULTIMATUM TO ROLLS BOSSES; Come back and talk to us, say workers in first strike at Ansty plant in 20 years. 617
Under-fire Gough hits back with bat and ball; CRICKET. 349
Used car buyers go for diesel; DRIVETIME. 264
Used car values at fingertips; DRIVETIME. 182
Versatile Gallagher fills gap yet again; RUGBY UNION: COVENTRY ALL-ROUNDER MATT SLOTS IN AT FULL-BACK FOR MARTYN DAVIES. 359
Vets save sleepy Benny from warm farewell. 220
Watching the crime figures go down; THE NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH SCHEME THAT'S MAKING A HUGE DIFFERENCE TO ALL ASPECTS OF A ONCE TROUBLED COMMUNITY. 1137
WIN . . . Almost Famous tickets and goodies; GO 2. 163
Win a trip to Austria; pounds 9,000 WORTH OF HOLIDAYS TO BE WON WITH OUR GAMECARD. 379
Work starts to re-open blaze cafe; Pledge to loyal users. 313
Year of snake is full of Eastern promise; AS THE CHINESE COMMUNITY IN WARWICKSHIRE USHERS IN A NEW YEAR, THEY REVEAL THEIR HOPES, AIMS AND AMBITIONS. 1333
Year-old TV set was sold as 'new' FIRST BUYER RETURNED IT AFTER FOUR REPAIRS. 337
Youth club's little extra help. 167

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