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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (January 17, 2001)

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'11p on petrol scare' rapped; Tory MEPs accused of simply 'making mischief'. 251
'Time to end West's onslaught on innocent' TEN YEARS ON, WE LOOK BACK AT OPERATION DESERT STORM AND THE EFFECTS IT IS STILL HAVING ON IRAQIS TODAY. 339
[0] LETTERS: your views special. 1666
Airport 'merger' mooted again. 91
Alert over stained robbery money. 215
All can feel at home in our church. 175
Allen's excellent debut; ATHLETICS. 162
And Coventry bride-to-be wins lookalike of Mrs Ritchie's special dress. 182
Andy TURNER on the Sky Blues scene: Cedric the innocent pawn in the game; FOOTBALL. 527
Anger at U-turn on Good Friday opening; CLUB OWNERS THREATEN LEGAL ACTION IF COUNCIL CHANGES MIND. 315
Arsonists start blaze in tower block hallway. 180
Bank robber makes a punchline confession. 131
Bedworth doubt; FOOTBALL. 109
Blaze bid to hit back and win final place; ICE HOCKEY: PREVIEW OF TONIGHT'S BIG MATCH AT THE SKYDOME. 359
BORO CROWN A NEW KING; FOOTBALL: Midfielder forgiven for outburst at manager. 394
Bowling opening hits the bumpers. 238
Brendon leads way; ATHLETICS. 161
Burning car brings rush-hour traffic chaos. 137
Canals are put under the spotlight. 84
Car park goes as part of improvements; PREPARATION WORK STARTS WITH AREA CLEARED AS PART OF PHOENIX INITIATIVE. 253
Cash in lieu of cards for a good cause; SNOWBALL: CAR GIANT HANDS OVER DONATIONS TO COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE CHARITIES. 325
Chance for fast fingers. 160
Chance of fresh look at studies. 127
City is better off in new jobless figures. 116
City sign up more shops; Burton group joins Sky Blues' boom. 232
College to host police 'primer' New access course for career in the force. 250
Come and join the band. 107
Couple face fight to keep internet twins. 268
Court workers start strike over pay deal. 190
Credit union banking on local support. 217
Dad fined over DIY tax disc; Fake licence came off the internet. 263
Danger way to beat jams. 221
Death of canal's legendary figure; Bill kept barge flags flying as trade declined. 498
DOUBLE TOP of the world: Gulliver's trebles take darts championships by storm; THE WARWICKSHIRE WOMAN WHO CLAIMED THE WOMEN'S FIRST EVER GLOBAL DARTS TITLE TALKS ABOUT HER OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT. 1004
Drops that dwarfed even Blitz; TEN YEARS ON, WE LOOK BACK AT OPERATION DESERT STORM AND THE EFFECTS IT IS STILL HAVING ON IRAQIS TODAY. 1085
England Under-19s heading for draw; CRICKET. 188
Estate's ups and downs; REVIEW. 199
Extra pounds 30m to clean up the NHS. 206
Festival on cards for Pipe's classy recruit; RACING. 531
Frost puts Stratford meeting in doubt; RACING. 350
Girl, 9, victim of threats. 227
Government in 48-hour doctor pledge. 174
Handful of awards. 125
Happy Harriers make move up to fifth; ATHLETICS. 321
Harriers youngsters in top form to lift Shield; ATHLETICS. 297
Health leaders fume over name; WARWICK CIGARETTE BRAND 'SHOULD NOT BE NAMED AFTER TOWN'. 391
Help for hospice. 94
Hidden heroes to be centre stage; RUGBY MAYOR AIMS TO MAKE VOLUNTEER OF YEAR AWARDS AN ANNUAL EVENT. 344
Hospital rules out missing heart inquiry. 145
Hospital rules out missing heart inquiry. 202
Hospitals win pounds 30m to clean up the wards; COVENTRY HEALTH BOSSES WELCOME CASH INJECTION FROM GOVERNMENT. 194
Hunt ban looms despite protest. 159
I helped the stars shine on Madonna's big day; COVENTRY BEAUTY EXPERT TELLS OF IMPORTANT ROLE AT POP STAR'S WEDDING. 341
IN THE COURTS. 893
Inquiry into rail upgrade under way; PUBLIC GET CHANCE TO HEAR DETAILS OF pounds 5.4bn MODERNISATION PLAN. 312
Is this the end of the hunt?; fox hunting vote. 640
Island hop for patient in mix-up. 108
It's match of the season says Boateng; FOOTBALL. 210
Jobs blueprint points to action areas. 210
Knight in second as squad strikes gold; CYCLO-CROSS. 433
Lawyer in talks on Shipman drama. 224
Leamington bolster push for promotion; ATHLETICS. 420
Legal wage dispute hits court work. 392
LETTERS: your views special. 1616
Lynne's a double for trim sister. 264
Master Term given a Kempton mission; RACING. 385
Mika fast; AUTO. 91
MP VOTES FOR HUNTING BAN. 324
Naomi to shoot in Italy with British team; ARCHERY. 229
New home for D-Day pipes. 120
New jail expecting first inmates. 191
New target for the golden girls. 248
New vicar at bard's church. 118
Newdigate land exciting Courts Cup triumph; LADIES CLUBS. 304
Ode to a free tot on Burns Night. 114
Officer hurt by drunk in barricade. 319
Oleo is tip-top of the standard. 118
Panesar grabs three wickets; CRICKET. 173
Payne grabs first win; ATHLETICS. 101
Police block roads in hunt for arsonists. 157
POLICE LEAD NEW CRIME CAMPAIGN; Plea goes out to neighbourhood communities. 332
Police step up hunt for killers; ROADBLOCKS SET UP TO QUIZ EVERYONE IN AREA ONE WEEK AFTER FATAL BLAZE. 436
pounds 7m? I've still got a lot to learn says Kirky; FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES GOALKEEPER SAYS HE'S NOT BEING DISTRACTED BY THE RUMOURS OF A BIG-MONEY MOVE TO LIVERPOOL. 823
Profits are shared out. 117
Project's latest venture. 103
Public's chance to shape health services. 138
Pupils get ready to unwrap growing gifts. 202
Racing off; RACE DIGEST. 83
RACING. 108
Raid probe police pin hopes on dyed loot. 288
RAPE OF TEENAGER: POLICE QUIZ FOUR. 259
READER HOLIDAYS; Cross the Atlantic for these exciting breaks. 298
Ridge Lane back on top after 5-3 victory; FOOTBALL. 694
Riga make it six wins on trot with success against Salford; VOLLEYBALL. 257
Rusedski faces up to a testing challenge; TENNIS: THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN. 518
Salutation turn on the style; WEDNESDAY GAMES. 182
School bus fund beats its target. 100
School singers collect pounds 200. 110
Seeing double yellow on four pints. 140
Six more antennae to cling to mast. 141
Smash driver 'serious'. 95
Still more to come from Aonfocaleile; RACING. 253
Taxi-drivers' boost for diabetes children. 198
Thome full of confidence; FOOTBALL. 119
Time to think small, says Blair. 162
TOTS' SEX LESSONS CLAIM IS DENIED; Graphic book 'only used responsibly'. 231
TROPHY TIME; ATHLETICS. 99
TV presenter has all the answers for quiz website. 187
Two hurt in village crash. 85
Two nights in a Scottish hotel for the price of one. 368
Vieira still getting shirty; FOOTBALL. 341
Vintage kings reign again; ENTHUSIASTS PLAN SUMMER PARADE FOR CLASSIC VEHICLES. 437
Voluntary services showcased. 140
Watts wins rare honour; RUGBY UNION. 263
Wave of car crime brings warning. 225
WE'RE STUCK IN THE DROP ZONE; FOOTBALL: Relegation battle starts now admits Thommo. 397
Weather is help to car thieves. 178
Windows task needs an 'army'. 304
Woman, 25, held after heroin seized. 88
Wycombe boss lays his ghost to rest; FOOTBALL: FA CUP. 429

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