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Hotel's plan to extend backed by inspector. Aug 5, 2000 261
New education role for redundant school; TRAINING ORGANISATION WANTS TO MOVE TO FORMER ANNEXE IN VILLAGE. Aug 4, 2000 253
Safety checks bring cycle alert. Aug 3, 2000 202
Bikes unsafe to be ridden; Shock findings of survey. Aug 3, 2000 210
Anger over plans for bigger temple. Aug 2, 2000 345
OAP CRUSHED BY SKIP LORRY; Shoppers see road horror. Aug 1, 2000 236
21st birthday bash the best yet folks!; T0P ACTS FROM HOME AND ABOARD PLUS THOUSANDS OF VISITORS GIVE FESTIVAL OF MUSIC AND DANCE 'WONDERFUL ATMOSPHERE' SAYS ORGANISER. Jul 31, 2000 319
Offenders face computer match; Police test 'booking' system that checks fingerprints. Jul 29, 2000 197
Police tuned in to new network. Jul 29, 2000 282
Royal opening for rehab unit. Jul 28, 2000 323
Police given help to keep in touch; Home Office cash will help pay for new communication system. Jul 28, 2000 248
Hi-tech radio boost for police. Jul 28, 2000 280
Market is to try out new central spot. Jul 27, 2000 288
THREE-IN-ONE HELP CENTRE; Help teams under single roof. Jul 26, 2000 393
Lifesavers stopped police cell tragedy; Awards to officers who saved man. Jul 25, 2000 217
Pop star launches CD for charity; WORLD'S LEADING FEMALE SINGERS JOIN VOICES TO HELP BABY LIFELINE. Jul 24, 2000 294
Crunch time for Iron Man robot; FATHER AND SON TEAM AIM FOR TELEVISED ROUNDS OF ROBOT WARS. Jul 22, 2000 362
SOLICITORS SHORTEN QUEUE OF COMPLAINTS; Watchdog team acts on criticism. Jul 22, 2000 272
Cash crisis puts festival in doubt; TOWN'S POPULAR MULTICULTURAL EVENT NEEDS SPONSORSHIP. Jul 21, 2000 230
Blueprint to keep hall's character; LUXURY FLATS SUGGESTED - BUT IT'S BEST AS A LEARNING CENTRE. Jul 21, 2000 266
Airing for country traditions; CHARITY TO BENEFIT AFTER CROWDS FLOCK TO WARWICKSHIRE RURAL SHOW. Jul 17, 2000 212
Raiders pull gun on bookies staff; YOUNG ROBBERS ESCAPE WITH CASH AFTER REVOLVER THREAT. Jul 17, 2000 214
Butcher, baker, corn dolly maker ...; Crafty work on show at old mill. Jul 15, 2000 194
Grandstand finish for pounds 3m project; PUNTERS TO GET AN EVEN BETTER VIEW AT WARWICK RACECOURSE. Jul 15, 2000 326
Hi-tech woes plague buyers. Jul 15, 2000 269
Casualty fund is halfway there. Jul 14, 2000 286
Traffic bar in tourist streets; Bollards mean shoppers can walk around in safety. Jul 13, 2000 257
Victory in fight for local chemist; Objections in vain at new estate. Jul 13, 2000 264
Man jailed over excise scam. Jul 12, 2000 189
Art groups ready for funding fight; GRANTS UP TO pounds 100,000 ON OFFER IN MULTI-MILLION POUND NATIONAL LOTTERY WINDFALL. Jul 12, 2000 215
RAIDER FLEES FROM DEFIANT CASHIER; Gunman gets cold shoulder. Jul 11, 2000 226
Wet - but wonderful; VILLAGE FESTIVAL AND STEAM FAIR ATTRACTS CROWD OF THOUSANDS TO SEE PARADE OF VEHICLES, TRY THE SIDESHOWS AND DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY. Jul 10, 2000 285
Arts team in hunt for a home; WORKSHOP VOLUNTEERS FEAR THEY COULD END UP WITHOUT A BASE. Jul 10, 2000 327
Father and son set sights on peak of Africa; CHARITIES WILL BENEFIT FROM EPIC 6,000-METRE CLIMB UP KILIMANJARO. Jul 8, 2000 373
Shops disgusted by cash snub; COUNCIL WITHDRAWS ITS BACKING FOR TOWN CENTRE SUPREMO. Jul 5, 2000 349
Movie palaces are stars again; HERITAGE GROUP TAKES A NOSTALGIC LOOK AT TOWN'S CINEMA SITES. Jul 4, 2000 278
DOORSTEP ROGUE TARGETS SICK OAP; Victims lose savings to intruders. Jul 3, 2000 253
Pupils celebrate new musical era; PERFORMING ARTS COLLEGE OPENS HI-TECH RECORDING STUDIO. Jul 1, 2000 207
Lottery delivery just ace for tennis club; FOURTEEN GROUPS SHARE pounds 37,000 MILLENNIUM WINDFALL. Jun 30, 2000 295
Pop festival bid runs out of time; ORGANISERS SHELVE PLANS FOR THIS SUMMER BUT LOOK TO 2001. Jun 30, 2000 249
New chief's name is expected soon; Candidates lined up to replace Timpson. Jun 27, 2000 209
Schools get chance to show off. Jun 27, 2000 206
Racecourse near to grandstand finish; pounds 3m BUILDING INCLUDES FUNCTION ROOM AND FIVE BARS FOR PUNTERS. Jun 26, 2000 255
Neutral meeting point project needs helpers; Scheme enables children to keep in touch. Jun 24, 2000 171
Town protection area may expand; SAFEGUARDS URGED FOR MORE BUILDINGS AND WOODLAND AREA. Jun 23, 2000 248
Charities join forces to share donations; INNOVATIVE CAMPAIGN TO MAKE THE MOST OF TAX SYSTEM CHANGES. Jun 22, 2000 365
Street is likely to stayloyaltoroots; MOST PEOPLE SURVEYED REJECT CHANGE TO TRENDY LONDON ADDRESS. Jun 22, 2000 270
Free concert set to go with a swing; MIDSUMMER MUSIC IN HEART OF TOWN WILL HELP HOSPITAL APPEAL. Jun 21, 2000 207
Carers get chance to take break; WINDFALL BOOSTS YOUNG HELPERS. Jun 21, 2000 303
Teddy bears are tribute to Diana; Museum to create permanent memorial. Jun 21, 2000 298
Sunday switch for lights ceremony; RETAIL CHIEFS HOPE CHANGE WILL BOOST CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION. Jun 20, 2000 267
Archives look for new faces. Jun 17, 2000 246
'SHAME' OF SISTER LED TO FIRE RAID; Man is jailed for 3 years. Jun 17, 2000 273
Child care double boost. Jun 16, 2000 219
Special care proves a hit; Childminding service to be extended across county. Jun 16, 2000 212
Child scheme to be extended. Jun 16, 2000 201
Chance to have your say on area's future; Bid to improve quality of life. Jun 16, 2000 182
FESTIVAL FEVER HOTS UP; Two days of fun, peace and live music. Jun 16, 2000 240
Rail veteran in new role at pub; Resting place near home for old loco. Jun 15, 2000 390
Rail veteran has new role on home ground; Resting place at pub for works loco. Jun 15, 2000 388
Rail station work begins; pounds 5m project set to open in autumn. Jun 15, 2000 215
Home praised for standards; PARK VIEW COMMENDED FOR PROVIDING BEST VALUE. Jun 14, 2000 229
FILMS ALL SET TO ROLL AGAIN. Jun 13, 2000 228
Pioneer nursery centre is set to play. Jun 12, 2000 246
Second thoughts on town centre boss; Cost of post re-examined. Jun 12, 2000 273
POLICE WARNING ON PUB EURO MATCHES; Fans at home told to behave. Jun 12, 2000 220
We're going to fight this all the way; PETITION LAUNCHED TO SAVE TREES THREATENED BY DIY STORE'S EXPANSION PLANS. Jun 10, 2000 238
Euro 2000! Snapper Andrew's dream job; PHOTOGRAPHER BEATS THE COMPETITION TO TAKE SHOTS OF EURO 2000 STARS. Jun 9, 2000 217
Jock, aged 86, just keeps on working; FOREMAN PROVES AGE NO BARRIER TO EMPLOYMENT, SAYS BOSS. Jun 8, 2000 203
Firm snaps up last park plot for pounds 1.3m; DELIGHT AT SECOND LAND PURCHASE DEAL ON BUSINESS ESTATE. Jun 8, 2000 272
Forging new relationships; Counterfeit haul is put on display. Jun 7, 2000 229
JEPHSON TEAM ON THE JOB; Lottery-backed restoration starts in gardens. Jun 5, 2000 301
Mower danger alert to children; YOUNGSTERS WARNED TO STEER CLEAR AFTER BOY, SEVEN, INJURED. Jun 1, 2000 268
Fun in the air for village carnival; FLOATS, FANCY DRESS, FALCONS ADD TO COLOUR AND ACTION AS FETE PULLS IN CROWDS. May 31, 2000 181
CLEAN-UP ORDER ON SEWAGE MENACE; Flood risk to homes brings rap. May 30, 2000 266
pounds 1000,000 road project begins; NEARLY 40 STREETS IN FOUR TOWNS SET TO GET SURFACE DRESSING. May 27, 2000 239
Fitness club plan for former hotel; BROTHERS UNVEIL pounds 4m PROJECT AFTER LINK-UP WITH MAJOR GROUP. May 26, 2000 254
People have a say on how to fill the Gap. May 25, 2000 219
Greenfingers key in for gold at Chelsea; COLLEGE'S HI-TECH 'ON-GARDEN' PROVES A STUNNING SUCCESS. May 24, 2000 305
Dangers of dipping are highlighted. May 20, 2000 239
Concerns aired over hotel scheme. May 20, 2000 264
Scenes of bygone age for museum; DIARIES OF VICTORIAN CLERGYMAN'S DAUGHTER ON LONG-TERM LOAN. May 17, 2000 338
Firm acts to prevent cheque fraud repeat; Trusted worker in pounds 232,000 swindle. May 15, 2000 243
WOMAN IN pounds 1/4m FIDDLE SPARED JAIL; Cash spent on house and cars. May 13, 2000 393
Young artists get a hi-tech booster; OLDER PEOPLE ADD AN EXTRA DIMENSION TO COMPUTER PROJECT. May 6, 2000 303
Parade of the Sikh faithful will fill streets; CIVIC LEADERS WILL JOIN HUNDREDS TAKING PART IN DUAL CELEBRATION. May 5, 2000 398
Interest high for new retail centre. May 4, 2000 247
SUMMER FEST FOR RAVE FANS. May 4, 2000 326
On parade for the Bard's birthday; THOUSANDS TURN OUT TO HONOUR SHAKESPEARE AND ENJOY FUN CELEBRATIONS;. May 1, 2000 387
Sentinels on flood watch; EARLY-WARNING SYSTEM READY TO SOUND RIVERS ALERT. Apr 27, 2000 224
Horror fall from balcony an accident; CORONER DISAGREES WITH 'SUICIDE' FINDING ON HOLIDAY ISLAND. Apr 26, 2000 332
SCHOOL BACK-UP FIRM'S 70 JOBS; Classroom IT experts in pounds 9.5m shares flotation. Apr 24, 2000 237
Money floods in for Cord appeal. Apr 22, 2000 205
Town slips down shopping top 10; HOPES PINNED ON pounds 30m REGENT HOTEL DEVELOPMENT TO REVERSE TREND. Apr 20, 2000 192
CHAMP'S TROPHY COMES 'HOME' FAMILY OF FOUR-TIMES WIMBLEDON WINNER HAND OVER CUP TO TOWN'S MUSEUM. Apr 19, 2000 375
HUNT FOR CLUES TO CINEMA BLAZE. Apr 19, 2000 291
CHILDREN FLEE CINEMA BLAZE. Apr 18, 2000 245
Disruption warning as park work starts; CONTRACTORS DUE TO MOVE ONTO PRESTIGIOUS SITE NEXT MONTH. Apr 15, 2000 250
Crime reduction scheme success; SLASHED FIGURES SIGNIFY AN IMPRESSIVE START FOR LOCAL SAFETY FORUM. Apr 14, 2000 285
Row over use of a 1824 law; 'INCORRIGIBLE ROGUE' IN COURT. Apr 14, 2000 340

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