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

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Title Author Type Words
'Don't take law into your own hands'. 308
Arena date for 1970s heart-throb. 335
Bernard goes it alone - again. 110
books. 640
Brain power wins duo Rugby School scholarships. 167
byte size: A clever way to monitor drivers. 117
byte size: COMPUTER BITS. 207
byte size: HOT HINTS. 111
byte size: New Windows is set to open. 134
byte size: WONDER WEBSITES. 150
CABINET JOB FOR EX-CITY TEACHER. 463
Chairman steps down from tribunal. 194
Comic knight at the theatre. 268
country walks: River and canal walk is sublime; Kixley Lane to Barston, 4-miles. Maps 954/955. 473
Couple to wed after finding joy of text; Mobile messages lead to happiness. 344
CRICKET: England call-up for Shah. 255
CRICKET: Waugh is worried by threat from crowds. 459
CRICKETER INJURED IN FREAK ACCIDENT; Fire crews free man from roller. 224
Cycle speedway: Coventry draw in thriller. 377
Drivers' fury over bollards. 237
Duncan Gibbons'S COLUMN View from the clock tower: Lunch ban on wardens is difficult to swallow. 320
ELECTION 2001. 1179
ELECTION 2001: Josie ready for rural challenge. 206
ELECTION 2001: Lib Dems celebrate major power gain; SIX EXTRA SEATS FOR LIBERAL DEMOCRATS GIVE THEM MOST TO CELEBRATE AS OTHERS LOSE OUT AND SHIRE HALL GETS SET FOR A POLITICAL SHAKE-UP. 458
ELECTION 2001: Party hat-trick. 88
ELECTION 2001: Veteran now sole voice of independents. 152
EQUESTRIAN: Famous-name Louise captures top event. 483
EVENING TELEGRAPH READER OFFERS. 170
Fireman returns from orphan mercy mission; COVENTRY FIRMS BACK PROJECT TO RENOVATE DERELICT ROMANIAN BUILDING. 515
Foleshill lines up fun for all ages; Week of events culminates in festival parade. 288
food & drink: Essential tips for safe al fresco eating. 201
food & drink: Get set to sizzle! 397
food & drink: healthy eating. 390
food & drink: jamie's dish. 468
Food safety message with a quiz. 153
Food to feed the brain for exams. 149
FOOTBALL: Under-13s share cup after draw. 136
FORMULA ONE: Coulthard warned he won't get an easy ride. 172
Fresh face is no political stranger. 103
gardening: Batchelor's pad is a real picture. 734
gardening: groundwork. 357
gardening: Organic talk. 82
gardening: pounds 5,000 worth of great prizes to be won in our Garden of the Year competition. 699
GOLF: County face tough first challenge. 282
GOLF: Rose targets Ryder cup spot. 501
GRAN HARVESTS pounds 102,000 CROP. 238
Handbag taken in car break-in. 82
Havana great time in Cuba! 166
Hens die in scythe attack. 206
IN THE COURTS. 1111
it's your shout! 886
Left a 'prisoner' by scooter theft; DISABLED WOMAN PLEADS FOR RETURN OF MOBILITY AID. 286
LETTERS: your views. 1093
LIB DEMS WIN KEY ROLE IN POWERTALKS; Leaders of three main parties vow to work together. 313
Liberal Democrats in position of power; NO PARTY HAS CONTROL OF COUNTY COUNCIL AS LABOUR AND TORIES SLIP. 210
Little Mac chosen for slimming showcase. 206
Lowry scenes go for pounds 1.7m. 164
MARTIAL ARTS: Brothers win belts. 161
Murder inquiry team in Pakistan; POLICE MEET VICTIM'S FAMILY. 309
Nice set of wheels for new Lord Mayor. 207
PC Robert Gainer - an apology. 153
Pensioner hurt in two car crashes. 100
pet sos: Buster's search. 150
pet sos: Feline guide. 95
pet sos: GIVE AN ANIMAL A LOVING HOME. 239
pet sos: Ozzie drops his guard for Jan. 695
Police appeal after FA Cup trouble. 158
Police plea in knifeman hunt. 144
Police plea to catch street robber. 306
Poll results give Lib Dems key role in power-sharing. 229
Princess is set for Titanic wreck dive; Coventry firm to organise voyage. 287
Pupils get a whiff of parenthood; COMPUTERISED 'BABIES' KEEP YOUNGSTERS ON THEIR TOES 24 HOURS A DAY. 318
reader holidays. 559
Reason to celebrate. 149
Repairs to bridge delayed formonths; COUNCIL CAN'T AFFORD pounds 400,000. 319
Richard offers scenic route to the bar! 218
Rise and rise of a former city teacher; FORMER COLLEAGUES TALK ABOUT THE NEW WOMAN IN TONY BLAIR'S CABINET. 633
Roaring start to Godiva Festival. 196
RUGBY UNION: Corry and Bulloch are on their way to join record- breaking British Lions Down Under. 320
RUGBY UNION: Dream debut for White-Cooper. 91
SATURDAY TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. 223
Service honours widows' work. 179
Soccer fans released for appeal. 121
SPEEDWAY: BIGGEST NIGHT OF MY LIFE! 290
SPEEDWAY: Richardson back for visit of Peterborough. 333
Star wants more children. 204
Street closes for golden '50s party. 162
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. 220
Tennis club served pounds 5,000grant. 159
TENNIS: Youngsters impress. 137
The bee's knees. 986
The other stars of the show. 468
Tony Blair rings Cabinet changes; COOK OUT AS FOREIGN SECRETARY WHILE BLUNKETT WINS PROMOTION. 556
Viewers boot out Penny. 107
Village hall is sold in pub for pounds 37,000. 212
WEEKEND TV: 10 things you didn't know about... TEXT APPEAL. 219
WEEKEND TV: Denise's serious side is Outen the open; West End star and former Big Breakfast presenter gets to show off her real acting talent. 475
WEEKEND TV: There's Royle blood in the McMullen family. 1098
Youngsters blamed over house blaze. 132
Youngsters dress for festival fun. 155

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