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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (June 30, 2001)

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'Catch up with TB jabs' STUDENTS MAY HAVE MISSED OUT. 262
'Trim-up' call to townfolk. 139
ALL ABOUT SUMMER: ESSEENTIALS: Guide launched; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 166
ALL ABOUT SUMMER: Travel can be child's play; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 384
ALL ABOUT SUMMER:GETAWAY: Planning is the; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 467
Animals turn to Yellow Pages. 120
Area pleads for more support; HILLFIELDS PETITION POINTS TO SHORTAGE OF ADVICE SERVICES. 321
ATHLETICS Jackson on form but out of world finals. 364
ATHLETICS: Payne nets third spot in GP race. 171
ATHLETICS: Veterans' win double. 171
Baby heart deaths under review. 187
Band with something for everyone in the park. 108
Better stores on Rugby's wish-list; QUESTIONNAIRES REVEAL CONCERNS ABOUT TOWN CENTRE FACILITIES. 287
BOOKS: Entertaining family drama. 91
BOOKS: Exploring the role of geisha. 241
BOOKS: It's a fair cop for Mansell. 82
BOOKS: Novel's double standards. 129
BT helps groups spread word on the net. 154
BYTE SIZE: HOT HINTS. 218
BYTE SIZE: Keep the net safe for kids. 165
BYTE SIZE: WONDER WEBSITES. 280
Carnival health success. 123
Cathedral pen finds its way back home; SALVAGED WARTIME RELIC IS RETURNED TO CITY 60 YEARS LATER. 270
Chance for parents to keep up with the kids. 240
Church's floral century. 106
Cold War heats up the games market. 438
College has positive role to play in care. 164
College moves out of shops. 105
Colourful crop from cash pot. 124
Convicted murderer in new battle; Access to trial transcripts sought. 356
COUNTRY WALKS: Helpers reveal area's beauty. 628
Courses geared up for women. 94
Court order on attacker. 148
CRICKET: Bedworth book final date. 116
CRICKET: Ostler gets Bears moving. 397
CRICKET: Ramprakash and Giles return for England. 284
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Perfection for champ Pointer. 305
Dale plunges depths of his artistic ability. 147
Designer's first-class solution for Royal Mail. 134
DJs all ready to play. 94
Dog man helped girl after assault. 115
Donkeys slip, slap and slop. 117
Drop in to see plans for the future. 169
Ending the tragedies. 100
Extra service for bus users. 131
Farm disease pay-out nears pounds 1bn. 230
FOOD & DRINK: A taste of AMERICA. 912
FOOD & DRINK: Jamie's dish. 502
FOOD & DRINK: Win a luxury meal with a celebrity TV chef. 407
FOOD & DRINK:ORGANIC EATING: Use your loaf and switch to organic bread. 309
FOOTBALL: CELTIC IN BID TO SNATCH HARTSON; Scottish champions join race as pounds 7m tag slapped on striker. 462
GARDENING: Garden is feast for the senses. 817
GARDENING: groundwork. 335
Get on yer bike for charity. 89
Getting tough on business villains; Initiative hailed as good for local economy. 309
GOLF: Monty eyes Ryder Cup place; SPOTLIGHT ON THE MURPHY'S IRISH OPEN. 530
Green team to tackle hot issues. 177
Harry on pop stars' trail. 126
helen legh UNPLUGGED: Haircuts are great - but I'd rather trim the small talk. 618
How we'll miss the good old days. 154
Hundreds join hunt for teen Danielle. 125
ICE HOCKEY: Soderstrom in Blaze return; SWEDISH DEFENCEMAN SIGNS ON FOR NEW SEASON. 224
it's your shout! WICKED words or total PANTS? 1052
JENNY MACKENZIE COLUMN: Humphrey the elephant will never forget - and neither will I; VOICE OF THE NORTH. 577
KICKBOXING: British title action in city. 196
Latest Regent plan is given cautious praise; LEAMINGTON SOCIETY NOT AGAINST SHOPS AND HOMES AT SITE OF FORMER HOTEL. 325
Law student found dead at beauty spot. 252
Leader system given nod of approval. 192
Let them eat cake - to help charity. 126
LETTERS: your views. 1099
Max is back for the new season; Singer Bygraves will thrill his fans in the autumn. 291
Meet our junior Cup holders. 205
MEMORIES: Saved by a simple twist of fate. 1307
Mind your languages, youngsters told. 198
MOTORSPORT: Slight's switch of emphasis. 172
Mums' chance to keep up with kids. 202
Oh, rats! 91
PET S.O.S. Can you give a caring home to any of these dogs? 529
PET S.O.S. Make sure pets keep their cool. 223
PET S.O.S. Take your dog to work. 243
PET S.O.S.: Little Dickens has great expectations; STRAY FINDS HAPPINESS WITH NEWLYWEDS AND HAS JUDGES FALLING FOR HIS CHARMS. 457
Police chief cheers crime fighters. 307
Police probe city race attack. 218
POLLUTION WATCH. 123
pounds 5,000 in prizes on offer to amateur gardeners. 301
pounds 7.5m window pledge to tenants. 139
Pupils hear stories from the streets. 174
reader holidays. 673
READER OFFERS: An indoor plant care kit. 94
READER OFFERS: Garden hand pruners ONLY pounds 6.99. 108
Right on cue for Gareth. 96
RUGBY: Lions do us proud. 122
RUGBY: Mighty Lions roar in for Gabba glory; TODAY'S ACTION FROM BISBANE. 921
SAMANTHA CLARKE COLUMN: Leave firefighters to get on with their real work; VIEW FROM THE CLOCK TOWER. 449
SCHOOLS SPORT. 126
Shocking truth behind lack of hospital beds; Wards full of patients who shouldn't be there. 683
SPEEDWAY: Centre stage for Brandon sideshow. 111
Sports stars turn out for gala day. 111
St John needs your help. 107
Stage is set for glittering careers; ALL-SINGING, ALL-DANCING PUPILS WIN PLACES AT ACTING SCHOOLS. 266
Stage set for glittering career. 183
Store wars heat up. 135
Students bring the past to life. 170
Sun-seekers hit by airport chaos; IT'S A NIGHTMARE FOR HOLIDAYMAKERS AS DRIVERS' STRIKE LEAVES THEM STRANDED. 506
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. 206
SWIMMING: Foster gets world go-ahead. 100
Taking the Mickey on an adventure into fun. 231
Teaching county's parents. 82
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 2001: Capriati hopes sun shines on her hat-trick bid; BRITISH HOPES STILL ALIVE GOING INTO SECOND WEEK. 368
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 2001: It's indoor fireworks for Henman. 468
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON DIARY. 321
THEATRE'S FINAL HOUSE; Bingo lovers say farewell to Hippodrome. 507
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. 213
TOP 10 BOOKS. 101
TRADERS PUTTING LIVES IN DANGER; Survey's shock findings. 223
TRADERS PUTTING LIVES IN DANGER; Survey's shock findings. 329
Tribunal hears of council's 'culture of fear'. 154
TROUBLE COOKING FOR BURGER MAN; Police fears over vendor. 263
Villagers battle the house boom; COUNCILLORS AGREE TO MEET WITH PROTESTERS TO ALLAY THEIR FEARS. 252
WEEKEND TV: 10 things you didn't know about...SAMUEL BECKETT. 279
WEEKEND TV: RED alert. 1008
WEEKEND TV: Size unimportant to natural-born killers. 502
When sunshine is bad news for some people. 239
WIN a Paradise play mat for your cat. 311
Win pounds 200 to spend at a Wyevale Garden Centre. 204
WIN tickets for a children's story telling session. 313
Youth crime scheme welcomes donation. 190
Youths on course for outdoor fun. 196

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