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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (September 1, 2001)

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10 things you didn't know about... HOLLYOAKS. 172
Ailing club bids to build rescue plan. 183
Army moves into farm disease area. 221
Artistic talent is in Kay's designer genes. 225
Assistant threatened in shop raid. 101
Bid to boost Church links. 109
Big rise predicted in trainee teacher numbers. 221
Blast kills 44 at Tokyo gaming club. 146
Blue fountain was tribute to a dead friend; COLOURING WATER FEATURE WAS NOT ACT OF VANDALISM, SAY PALS OF SUICIDE VICTIM. 376
books: Bizarre life of a literary legend. 198
books: The real D-Day story. 159
byte size: CD copying may become a thing of the past. 136
byte size: COMPUTER BITS. 189
byte size: HOT HINTS. 130
byte size: WONDER WEBSITES. 148
Car workers marvel at Thrust power; LAND SPEED RECORD-HOLDER SHOWN OFF AT CITY'S JAGUAR AND PEUGEOT PLANTS. 308
Centenary tour honours Sir William; STATUE UNVEILING CLIMAX TO WEEK OF EVENTS MARKING JAGUAR FOUNDER'S BIRTH. 309
COACH'S WARNING TO BORO; Thackeray: We must be patient. 329
Councillor proud of top award. 125
COUNTRY WALKS: Take the high ground on a dry weather ramble. 454
CYCLE SPEEDWAY: Venson rewrites the record books. 342
Elderly conned by duo at the door. 238
England fans at fever pitch. 300
Family problems tackled at school; Charity to join forces with schools to offer counselling. 286
Farmers set their stalls. 90
food & drink: healthy eating; Eating out doesn't mean eating badly. 358
food & drink: jamie's dish. 411
food & drink: We're going bananas! 1066
Football photo show nears final whistle. 115
FOOTBALL: Chris's dream move. 115
FOOTBALL: Cole's battlers show the way. 310
FOOTBALL: Defeat for Keegan in Germany. 115
FOOTBALL: Eriksson appeals for calm. 272
FOOTBALL: KIRKLAND CASH IS BANKED; Strachan can't spend any of record-breaking pounds 6m-plus fee. 425
FOOTBALL: We've nothing to lose says Neville; COUNTDOWN TO THE CRUNCH MATCH AGAINST GERMANY. 517
Four are arrested in hotel drug swoop. 85
Four-footed friends trot along for tail end of holiday fun. 115
Friends rallying round for Thomas. 194
Fruity pudding aims for its just dessert. 220
Funding joy for campaign; PROPOSED STADIUM SITE COULD ATTRACT pounds 40m IN GRANTS. 419
GARDENING: groundwork. 236
GARDENING: Lush haven of a Manor from heaven. 982
GOLF: Daly can decide our Ryder Cup line-up. 315
Helen Legh COLUMN: Visions of fitness may just remain a painful dream; Helen Legh UNPLUGGED. 583
Homes battle leads to fight at polls. 200
Hotel protesters demand sale proof. 313
House blaze escape. 81
IN THE COURTS: Drive-off teenager gets nine months. 767
it's your shout!: Rockers of ages; Where teenagers set the agenda. 1075
Jenny Mackenzie's column: Investment in borough's image will bring dividends; voice of the north. 491
Laura Capewell's column: Opera visit should stop us making a song and dance; view from the clock tower. 400
Legal challenge worry for council; CITY BRACES ITSELF FOR SECOND BACKLASH OVER CHARGING POLICY ON CARE SERVICES. 294
letters: your views. 1127
Louisa takes to the skies. 126
Manure helps village hall fund to grow. 184
Mayor's fund is the real raffle winner. 160
MEMORIES: Characters from our city past; LOCAL HISTORIAN JOHN ASHBY HAS GATHERED TOGETHER GENERATIONS OF STORIES ABOUT ECCENTRIC COVENTRY FOLK FOR A NEW BOOK. 1099
My pounds 1,500 thanks for new lease of life; KIDNEY TRANSPLANT PATIENT RAISES FUNDS TO HELP OTHERS. 374
New call after water con bids. 147
OAPs offered free electric blanket tests. 178
Park staff taught how to bite back. 205
PET SOS: Spike proves a perfect choice; THE LETTER 'S' PROVED LUCKY FOR ONE GREYHOUND WHEN A COUPLE WERE LOOKING FOR A COMPANION. 912
Playground dream is near reality; WORK STARTS ON SCHEME NEXT WEEK. 289
Police could get water pistols. 146
POLLUTION WATCH. 132
pounds 1.6m BUSES MAKE THE GOING EASIER; Disabled to benefit from new fleet on route 66. 245
READER OFFERS: Make gardening easy with these labour saving cultivators and hand-held cultivators. 162
Rooting for the family. 95
Rugby workers in pole position. 191
Rules make life safer for children. 255
Safety aim behind fun day at fire station. 162
School is in a class of its own; SUCCESS AS PUPIL NUMBERS GROW STEADILY. 322
SCHOOL POOLS CLOSED AFTER FEARS FOR SAFETY; Independent checks reveal need for essential repairs. 327
Search for lucky pounds 75,000 lottery winner. 138
Self-sustaining homes on way; Workspace may be part of new loft apartments. 305
Siblings' toys turn up trumps for hospice. 128
Soccer match to raise charity cash. 131
SPEEDWAY: Rain hits Bees at Oxford for third time. 315
SPORTSTALK: Struggling to find some positives; LETTERS. 2343
Staff on the trail of menace flies as park reopens. 190
STOCK CARS: Harrison bids to go clear. 392
Students' charity concert. 84
Summer set for a fling in autumn. 171
SUNDAY TV: TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS. 232
TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. 202
Top actor joins choir. 91
TOWN'S pounds 1m HORROR STORY OF DEBT. 292
Universities' global appeal; APPLICATIONS FROM NON-EU STUDENTS TOP 8,000. 345
Upbeat North Midlands aim for historic victory; CROWN GREEN BOWLS: THE SENIOR COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL. 517
VILLAGE ANGER AT LORRY NIGHTMARE. 181
WEEKEND TV : A star is Vaughan; From Big Breakfast to big loser - Johnny's new sitcom character is simply 'Orrible. 569
WIN the chance to open the Thrust SSC Mach 1 Show. 215
Wonders of the DEEP. 1031

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