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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (March 22, 2001)

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40+Recruitment offer people with talent and experience; jobs. 351
Action urged after police survey. 206
Alan plants a kiss on waxwork double. 177
Album marks big party. 101
Animal owners praise top vet Hugh. 123
Anne Robinson told: You are weakest link. 180
Anxious wait as Mir falls. 131
Any Questions? 712
Award dinner beckons firm; Expanding distributor in final three. 222
Awards cash kits out aikido stars. 81
Bedworth aquathon date; TRIATHLON. 99
Bike supremo Brian dies at 72 after years of Triumph. 194
BMW link to thefts. 111
BORO IN THE HUNT FOR TWO STRIKERS; Chester hope for new boys. 396
Bosses to talk over new 'players charter' RUGBY UNION. 414
Bouncers go to charm school. 262
Buying the perfect body; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 459
C and NW stunners romp to 9-0 victory; HOCKEY: SPOTLIGHT ON THE DTZ LEAGUE. 500
Camping holidays are back on in club U-turn; TWO-THIRDS OF SITES TO REOPEN IMMEDIATELY AFTER FOOT AND MOUTH ADVICE. 256
Cathedral call for RSC actor. 86
Cathedral fire appeal rises above pounds 20,000; BROTHERS OFFER DONATION AS CAMPAIGN ORGANISER ENJOYS CURRY. 299
Centre's delight over gift to farmers. 173
Chart toppers to wow sports fans. 180
Children's TV stardom for Irish dancers. 101
Churches launch in-store kids' club; Leaders spread bible message to Sunday shoppers. 328
City reject United approach for Hedman; FOOTBALL. 224
City's new medical school in demand; INTAKE SET TO DOUBLE IN YEAR TWO. 295
Coffee gets the all-clear; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 269
Composer to fulfil return visit pledge; FESTIVAL DATE FOR MAESTRO WHO WROTE TRIBUTE TO BLITZ HEROES. 294
Contract to help clients and firms. 192
Court cleared of beetle menace; CASES TO RESTART IN MAY AFTER BUILDING MADE SAFE. 312
Crenshaw hits back at James; GOLF: RYDER CUP ROW RUMBLES ON - PLUS LOCAL NEWS. 506
Dancers help the less fortunate. 127
Dennis strikes with hat-trick for Cobras; FOOTBALL: NUNEATON AND BEDWORTH MINI LEAGUE. 364
England camp in top form; football. 444
England ready for final push; CRICKET: SPOTLIGHT ON THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE. 530
Every teenage pupil to get own adviser. 260
Ex-Para to see his war poem in print. 176
Expert: Crisis to peak in May. 154
Expert: Crisis to peak in May. 213
Feeling sick as a parrot? 148
Firm given contract to help elderly. 242
First for Swinbank; racing. 288
Footie taster for the girls. 149
Formula for a great day out. 130
Funeral director's fuel tank bid refused; CONSERVATION GROUP'S VIEWS WIN DAY AT PLANNING MEETING. 261
Fury over road plan urgency; CAMPAIGNERS WANT MORE TIME TO DISCUSS SCHEME. 332
Get in the glamour zone; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 402
Godiva open up title chase; BASKETBALL. 280
Godspell show is music to pupils' ears. 115
Golden Reynolds is just the job for Saints; FOOTBALL: NUNEATON AND BEDWORTH MINOR LEAGUE. 337
grassroots EXTRA: ANNIVERSARIES: ...three golden couples who know what togetherness means. 473
Green light for trout helps lift the gloom; angling. 1112
HAND TO MOUTH; cricket. 133
Harry Potter does the business. 169
Hear'Say are on their way to city. 440
Helicopter firm lands at airport; Flight firm chooses Baginton as Midlands base. 319
HOSPITAL SMASHES OP WAITING LIST TARGET. 337
Hugh voted a top vet. 124
Hutchison happy to play anywhere for Scotland; football. 375
IN THE COURTS: Man assaulted police officer. 458
Inquiry call after youth dies in cell. 288
Ireland poised to pick up points; football. 217
KIRKY'S ENGLAND CHANCE; Sky Blues keeper moves nearer first under-21 cap. 348
Knifepoint robbery at cash machine. 178
Leanne's debut hat-trick peps Warwick; HOCKEY: LADIES ACTION. 352
LETTERS: your views. 1497
Living in style; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 315
Lords told cannabis should be legal as medicine. 145
Low-cost surfing 'vital for charities'. 139
Lucky Billy gets a 'home' draw; SPEEDWAY. 215
Man found hanged had fears of jail sentence. 100
More power on the board. 95
Mountain to come out tops; RACING. 446
MP calls for action on private sewers; NEW LAWS NEEDED TO MAKE WATER COMPANIES RESPONSIBLE. 278
MUMS-TO-BE FACE A TRIP OF 100 MILES; Long trek possible if specialist care needed. 281
Mums-to-be face being sent to Manchester; PREGNANT WOMEN MAY HAVE TO TRAVEL 100 MILES TO GIVE BIRTH. 358
MY TERROR AT THE HANDS OF A BUS THUG; SICKENING TRUTH OF THE RISKS FACING COVENTRY BUS DRIVERS. 219
NEW CAPTAINS; golf. 87
Night-time 'muffler' for chapel bell; COMPROMISE AIMS TO END ROW OVER BROKEN SLEEP FOR GUESTS. 313
One gang linked to burglaries. 222
Our lives are at risk just going to work; THE BUS DRIVERS WHO ARE TOO AFRAID TO GO OUT TO DO THEIR JOBS AFTER BEING ASSAULTED TELL OF THEIR FEARS AFTER A SERIES OF ATTACKS THAT HAVE SWEPT THE CITY. 1324
Pay deals static, says report. 102
Pete's clubbing treat is on the 'house'! 146
Peugeot hands over cash for charity. 163
Pioneering bus service is raising the standard; FLEXIBUS ROUTES BEING EXTENDED AFTER PROVING POPULAR WITH PASSENGERS. 224
Police and courts must act to protect our drivers. 169
Police dig up Hanratty remains. 203
POLICE TURNING TIDE OVER YOBS CULTURE; Arrests helping to get message across to antisocial visitors. 272
Poplar dump holders in extra spell; FOOTBALL: STOCKINGFORD CUP. 381
pounds 1m bid to keep music archive. 170
Princess pops in for friendly chat; DELIGHT FOR ELDERLY RESIDENTS AT OPENING OF SALVATION ARMY CARE CENTRE. 549
Pupil's rap earns him top prize. 170
reader holidays. 628
READER OFFERS. 151
Reaping the benefits of a botanical fundraiser; THE QUESTION TIME SCHEME AIMING TO RAISE MONEY FOR A TOWN HOSPICE APPEAL. 789
Regiment marks its history. 251
Remembering a real gem on Mother's Day. 544
Rivaldo not for sale, Barcelona tell United; FOOTBALL. 258
Rugby League star's shame. 128
Rural walk ban helps charity. 87
Russians are ordered out of America. 98
Salesmen warning to elderly. 196
School's Anne Robinson told: 'You are the weakest link . . . goodbye!'. 250
Schools ready for final chapter of quiz. 131
Science to chew over! 101
Science versus magic in the hunt for Nessie. 236
Seaman joins in England training; FOOTBALL. 404
Second probe into MP's Maxwell links. 267
Shedding light on traditions of the lantern. 139
Six hurt as 6,000-ton mudslide hits hotel. 159
Sky Blues on international duty; FOOTBALL. 158
SPORTSTALK; football. 339
Spring fights back. 106
Squash club hit back for first win; SNOOKER. 252
Star Becker named as girl's father. 213
Stock market is just child's play. 227
Talks on pounds 200m super hospital. 148
Tense wait for actor Sam. 151
The power of learning; PUPILS FROM COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE ENJOY THE WONDERS OF ELECTRICITY IN A SCIENCE WEEK ROADSHOW. 328
Transport bosses in crackdown pledge; Vow to boost on-bus safety aids. 304
TV face to open garden show. 134
Two in court on disorder charges. 86
United 'rent' Goram as 'Boro go for Carbone; football. 248
Waiting list targets in sight. 139
West End glory for dancers. 149
Whispering grass!; A SCULPTURE DEPICTING COFA'S TREE IS ONE OF THE MAIN ATTRACTIONS IN THE GARDENS - BUT. 515
Widow calls for tree death action. 173
WIN a visit from Starlab. 242
Window of opportunity for city's unemployed; LOCAL JOBS BOOST FROM REFURBISHMENT SCHEME FOR FORMER COUNCIL HOMES. 293
Woods targeting Jones fight; BOXING. 94
Workers joining the home front; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 337
X-Type is star prize; golf. 290
Your open shed will attract the thieves; POLICE URGE RESIDENTS TO TIGHTEN UP SECURITY OR PAY THE PRICE. 249

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