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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 3, 2001)

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'Expert' to tackle Wembley's future. 304
'Hate' rap on lizards theory; TV SLOT TRACKS ICKE THROUGH LATEST CONTROVERSY. 262
'Space-age' cup of coffee for city tryout. 173
[1] BIGGS: I WANT TO COME HOME; Dramatic plea from Great Train Robber. 559
10-year check on schools 'is silly'. 156
34 die in landslide in China. 104
A refuge in the library for Bosnian refugees; Room offer follows Telegraph report. 298
Ale fans ask for less of a kick. 161
All the city's a stage for arts festival fun; TOP LOCAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ACTS ARE HEADING FOR COVENTRY AND TAKING THEIR PERFORMANCES ON TO THE STREETS FOR ARTS ALIVE. 891
Anger over 'snub' to site visit. 158
Arson terror leads to appeal. 195
Bicycle thieves punch boy in face. 140
BIGGS: I WANT TO COME HOME; Dramatic plea from Great Train Robber. 416
BIGGS: I WANTTO COME HOME; Dramatic plea from Great Train Robber. 450
BIGGS: I WANTTO COME HOME; Send him back to prison, says Leamington mayor. 513
British woman dies in Athens blast. 138
Call over 'hit and miss' advice on home loans. 297
Care role for county. 84
Census finds number sleeping out. 101
Chance to join crime fighters. 173
Charity cyclists to heed TV call. 130
Child pet lovers needed for study into illness. 288
City agrees to improve in bid for pounds 7.5m. 194
City Farm's cash bonus. 193
Classes just the job for inmates. 210
Classroom 'agony aunts' PUPILS GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO CONFIDE IN SOMEONE WHO KNOWS THE SCORE AFTER TALK BY NSPCC REPRESENTATIVE LEADS TO LAUNCH OF PEER SUPPORT SCHEME. 381
Crawl with the Cracklin' Crocodile. 196
CRICKET: ASHLEY GILES' COLUMN: Great to see Trevor showing true class. 1084
Daring robbery that spawned a legend; FUGITIVE WHO HAD MORE LUCKY ESCAPES FROM JUSTICE THAN HOUDINI. 788
Darts champ tells of awful pressures. 258
Daycare role for Hannah. 99
Does your face fit? 116
Don't let the booze ruin festival; POLICE WARN PUBS TO AVOID TROUBLE OR RISK LOSING LICENCE. 306
Driver dies after four-car crash; WITNESS PLEA OVER LEAMINGTON COLLISION THAT CAUSED RUSH HOUR SNARL- UPS. 251
Driving ban for football player. 122
Drummers enjoy a change of beat. 287
Evening Telegraph Under-15s LINE-UP; FOOTBALL. 94
FAMILY FINANCE: How to make the stock market work for you. 779
Family glad to have triplets home; ALL THREE BROTHERS OUT OF HOSPITAL NINE WEEKS AFTER PREMATURE BIRTHS. 354
Fashion giant heads for city; Gap set to take over Bhs Homestore site. 370
Finelist founder expands new car parts venture. 307
Firms briefed on relief road. 87
FOOTBAL: Strachan's hole in one omen. 126
FOOTBALL: BORO SWEAT ON CROWLEY TEST; Burr kept waiting as he plans for semi-final duel. 454
FOOTBALL: Boss Dobson in Rugby squad. 109
FOOTBALL: Double cup finals triumph for Chetwynd. 214
FOOTBALL: Dream is still alive; But now O'Leary and his troops are facing a test of fire in Hector's house. 564
FOOTBALL: Froggatt fears for his future. 113
FOOTBALL: Gustafsson on comeback trail. 160
FOOTBALL: I thought City might struggle this year - but not so badly; I saw the signs last season says former Sky Blue Burrows. 519
FOOTBALL: Injured Eustace in vow to face Villa. 241
FOOTBALL: Lewis is Marconi Youth Cup hero. 322
FOOTBALL: Nilsson helps Sky Blues land capital double. 437
FOOTBALL: PLAY-OFF DRAMA LOOMS FOR CITY. 318
FOOTBALL: Racing out to make amends. 107
FOOTBALL: Sky Blues make vow to keep Welsh duo. 285
FOOTBALL: SPY IN THE CAMP. 592
FOOTBALL: Vialli pledges to give youth chance. 157
FOOTBALL: Yenton ease to win over Thistle. 257
Fury as paedophile returns to scene. 284
Fury of drug addict's MP dad. 196
GOLF: Impressive quartet land Hearsall trophy. 683
GOLF: Whitehouse target. 264
GOLF: Woolerton, Carvell aim for heights. 254
GPs just want to do a better job; TWO MEN REVEAL THE PRESSURE OF WORK IN COVENTRY SURGERIES AS DOCTORS ACROSS THE COUNTRY CONTEMPLATE RESIGNING FROM THE NHS. 1635
Grand prize for pupils. 199
Grant aids women's history. 183
Hatters' show set to be tops. 116
Helper jailed for teen sex attacks. 206
Helping hand for job hunters. 188
HOPEFUL: The Liberal Democrat candiates Jerry Roodhouse, Sarah Boad, Eithne Goode, Anastasia Wright, Gill Dill-Russell, Chris Davis, George Cowcher, Haydn Thomas, David Peare, Susan Juned and Lynda Forbes. Picture: RICHARD NELMES; Lid Dems are ready to come out fighting. 309
Hospital visions to be unveiled; Staff to see rival plans. 250
Huge gap in home cover costs. 222
Husband broke his estranged wife's jaw. 168
Imported lamps had fatal flaw; City distributor is fined pounds 6,000. 290
IN THE COURTS: Rehab order on store's perfume thief. 825
It's a name game for fire engine. 168
Jobless given a working insight. 232
Jobs created at leisure. 136
JOBS: All the help you may need with your search for a job; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 280
Join the cast for West Side Story classic. 100
Jonathon's a top-class addition. 191
LADIES BOWLS: Windmill get back to winning ways. 241
LETTERS: your views. 866
Lib Dems say they'll stop a 'dictatorship'. 379
Look behind the canvas at city gallery. 182
MAGICAL MAY DAYS: Adding home value; AD FEATURE. 566
MAGICAL MAY DAYS: Family fun by the river; AD FEATURE. 276
MAGICAL MAY DAYS: Festival hits the heights; AD FEATURE. 471
MAGICAL MAY DAYS: Growing roses with success; AD FEATURE. 145
MAGICAL MAY DAYS: Lovely lawns made easy; AD FEATURE. 456
MAGICAL MAY DAYS: So much to see and do; AD FEATURE. 418
McCartney: I'm an Eminem fan. 111
Minister shocked over GM trials. 166
Minister's shock at GM trials; MEACHER PROMISES TO ASK RESPONSIBLE BODIES TO THINK AGAIN. 240
Mountain of a task for hospice appeal; FUND-RAISERS EMBARK ON GRUELLING TREK TO BOOST CHARITY COFFERS. 322
MP offers to pay to prove his innocence; Robinson will fund hunt for vital cheque. 350
Murder victim's heart given to uncle. 209
New rules improve swimmers' safety; ONE ADULT MUST BE IN POOL FOR EVERY TWO CHILDREN UNDER EIGHT. 241
New test facility brings job boost; Engineering company has already made offers to nearly 20 graduates. 269
Newsagent sold cigarettes to 14-year-old. 241
On the ball for charity event. 94
Owen puts his shirt on Jag's new baby; ENGLAND SOCCER STAR TRIES THE X-TYPE FOR SIZE AND CHATS TO THE FACTORY WORKERS WHOSE GOAL IS A MOTORING TRIUMPH. 244
Papershop in new 'people's shop' role; BUSY BASE TO HOST EVERYTHING FROM WASHING TO CHEERLEADING. 297
Parents unite to remove paedophile; FAMILIES' FURY AS FREED SEX ATTACKER RETURNS TO WARWICKSHIRE VILLAGE. 702
Party guests flee blazing house. 190
Party time for NCT. 109
Patients flood lines of new call centre of; THOUSANDS MAKE USE OF GEORGE ELIOT'S NEW SERVICE ON OPENING DAY. 271
Pedal for leukaemia. 99
Pizza chain opens in city. 84
pounds 3.5m update planned to test brakes of new airliners. 88
pounds 4.5m boost for health care; CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH JOINS LIST OF PRIORITIES. 360
Precinct work looking up. 91
Pupils' language poster proves to be wunderbar, tres bon and maravilloso. 179
Quiz night is a winner for children's charity. 119
RACING: First for Lydia. 95
RACING: Heat is on for Frankie. 390
READER OFFERS: Instant variable light at your fingertips -only pounds 9.99. 199
Results show a leap in growth. 109
Rose in the daffs. 179
Salsa time for dancers. 106
Security is the code word for young cyclists. 121
Session makes fun out of old rubbish. 164
Sew much hard work to restore embroidery. 173
Shop sold cigarettes to boy, 14. 172
Shoppers offered a shot at pounds 1m. 80
Shoppers targeted in purse theft spree; POLICE STEP UP PATROLS AND ISSUE WARNINGS AFTER EIGHT INCIDENTS. 271
Six drivers held in spy van operation; POLICE INSIST THEY ARE AFTER CRIMINALS, NOT SPEEDING MOTORISTS. 283
SNOOKER: Coton Cons dent Atack's charge for the championship. 244
SNOOKER: Higgins aims to join the masters. 362
Snowdon reopens to walkers. 170
Sorry Ronnie, but we don't want you. 174
STEVE EVAN'S COLUMN: Clubs' futures look bleak without old my friends. 552
Store sold old dairy goods. 192
Tales from the dark side; TWO WARWICKSHIRE MEN ARE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR GHOSTLY FOLKLORE FOR A BOOK . . . PLUS SOME SPOOKY STORIES UNEARTHED IN THE COUNTY BY MEG ELIZABETH ATKINS. 1779
Taxing times for the Irish. 88
The house that Jack builds ... in just 48 hours!; CAMPUS RESEARCH TEAM'S REVOLUTIONARY NEW METHOD OF HOUSE-BUILDING. 330
Tough act to follow. 89
Towpath opened up for cycle traffic; FIRST STAGE OF GREENWAY PROJECT HAILED BY LORD MAYOR. 303
Training status win for school. 262
Tribute to city's heroes restored. 253
Tribute to cleric with flair for fund-raising; Award-winning former Coventry archdeacon dies at age of 93. 334
Tributes to 3-2-1 star Ted. 137
Village church welcome for Hindu followers. 229
Volunteers' shining example. 106
We'll stop a 'dictatorship'. 297
Westminster rules out hedge powers. 298
What a saucy order! 86
WIN day at the Belfry to see leading golfers in action. 373
WIN tickets to the Classical Brit Awards with Rover. 406
Worker guilty of 'belly flop' attack. 167

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