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'METER READER' SEX BEAST. Oct 31, 2000 264
Education is focus of study. Oct 28, 2000 175
Safety group's black book list. Oct 28, 2000 485
Two on Air India bomb charges. Oct 28, 2000 331
Pub plans upset the neighbours; BID TO STOP MORE LIVE MUSIC MET WITH 'SCAPEGOAT' CLAIM. Oct 27, 2000 265
At last, a guidebook favours us. Oct 27, 2000 282
Who knows this knife threatman?; CRIMEBEAT. Oct 26, 2000 289
Train leaves the tracks. Oct 26, 2000 225
PM hints at money for POW survivors; FORMER PRISONER WELCOMES COMPENSATION FOR THOSE HELD BY JAPANESE. Oct 26, 2000 256
Rail chaos 'will go on into next year' MORE RESTRICTIONS AND CLOSURES ON WAY - RAILTRACK BOSS. Oct 26, 2000 269
Urban oasis takes shape in 48 hours; COVENTRY DAY CARE CENTRE'S 'OVERGROWN, UNKEMPT MESS' IS TRANSFORMED IN RECORD TIME BY GROUNDWORK VOLUNTEERS AND AN ARMY OF WILLING HELPERS. Oct 24, 2000 381
Anger over plan for play area for estate; HOMEOWNERS FEAR IT WILL BECOME A MAGNET FOR TROUBLEMAKERS. Oct 23, 2000 345
What's this in my sweeties; BUXOM JELLY WOMAN IS FOUND IN BAG OF CHEWS. Oct 20, 2000 210
C&A breaks sales records as it bows out; GOODBYE MEANS BIG BUSINESS FOR FASHION CHAIN STORE. Oct 19, 2000 265
It's back - shop that comes but once a year; MOTOR MUSEUM VENUE AGAIN FOR SALE OF ALL THE CHARITIES' CHRISTMAS CARDS. Oct 19, 2000 245
Money worries service to end; 'IT'S BADLY NEEDED BUT WE CAN'T AFFORD IT ANY MORE'. Oct 19, 2000 238
Mutley gives a dastardly fright. Oct 19, 2000 283
Give us more, Aaron told; Young actor set to reprise Oliver! role on the Stratford stage from tomorrow. Oct 18, 2000 227
Rapist gets life for knife attack; JUDGE SAYS HE MUST SPEND AT LEAST SEVEN YEARS BEHIND BARS. Oct 18, 2000 324
Ex-racing cyclist in MS fight dies, at 44; LIFE OF POETRY AND INDOMITABILITY DUBBED 'A WONDERFUL EXAMPLE OF INDEPENDENCE'. Oct 17, 2000 287
Woman tells of car snatch terror; DRIVER HELD ON TO BONNET 'LIKE A STUNTMAN' AS THIEVES RACED OFF. Oct 17, 2000 339
Sport and arts are pools winners; DIVERS, SWORDSMEN AND BARBERSHOP SINGERS SHARE CASH WINDFALL. Oct 16, 2000 288
Suspect, 24 facing triple deaths quiz; DETECTIVES TRYING TO ESTABLISH MOTIVE FOR KILLINGS AT FAMILY HOME. Oct 16, 2000 268
University earns new accolade. Oct 14, 2000 231
Cupid strikes in the lavvy!; SOLDIER I MET IN THE OUTSIDE TOILET WAS JUST MY CUP OF TEA, RECALLS MARY. Oct 13, 2000 277
Staff tied up in armed raid terror; Gunmen seize cash. Oct 13, 2000 288
Pledge to review council house rents; WIDE DISCREPANCIES REVEALED BETWEEN DIFFERENT PARTS OF BOROUGH. Oct 13, 2000 250
Keep our last Vulcan flying; AIR ENTHUSIASTS IN DESPERATE RACE TO GET BOMBER BACK IN THE SKIES. Oct 13, 2000 461
GYM CLUB PLAN HIT BY WOBBLE; Leisure group in liquidation. Oct 12, 2000 241
Bypass go-ahead relief for villagers; FREIGHT TERMINAL BOSSES BOW TO PRESSURE FROM NEIGHBOURS. Oct 11, 2000 283
Ballroom dancing may get a home. Oct 10, 2000 262
OAP's court threat over pension battle; WAR VETERAN LOCKED IN DISPUTE WITH DSS - OVER JUST pounds 40. Oct 10, 2000 428
TV licence dodgers fined by the dozen; EVADERS CAUGHT DURING EURO 2000 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS IN JUNE. Oct 6, 2000 273
Beauties face the brains test; LOOKS ARE NO LONGER ENOUGH, SAYS MISS ENGLAND JUDGE FROM STOKE GREEN. Oct 6, 2000 313
Free fire checks on electric blankets. Oct 5, 2000 270
Camera van leaves drivers nervous. Oct 5, 2000 221
Snapshot of life brings a smile; review. Oct 5, 2000 175
Sunday market plan still hangs in the balance; CITY STALLHOLDERS LOBBY COUNCIL OVER THREAT TO BUSINESS. Oct 5, 2000 471
Not so much roses, more like old cabbage leaves! Oct 4, 2000 306
Celebration of black culture; LIBRARY ACTIVITIES TO INCLUDE MUSIC, SONG, DANCE, POETRY AND FOOD. Oct 4, 2000 278
End of rugby's running battle?; A century of bitterness between amateurs and professionals. Oct 3, 2000 359
FIREMEN FLEE FALLING ROOF; Pair 'fortunate' to escape injury. Oct 2, 2000 252
Mike puts Tiny Tim on top of the world. Sep 30, 2000 231
Nudity row carries on in prison. Sep 30, 2000 255
Alert on heart risks for city's under-75s; CORONARY DISEASE DEATHS ABOVE AVERAGE - BUT TREND IS FALLING. Sep 30, 2000 333
Severn Trent told to plug the leaks. Sep 29, 2000 243
999 response times win praise; 'ACHIEVEMENT' AS AMBULANCE CREWS ANSWER OVER 40,000 CALLS IN BUSIEST YEAR. Sep 29, 2000 313
Police ponder cycle ban bylaw. Sep 28, 2000 223
Gabrielle lands pounds 4,000 award; CASH FUNDS GREEN POEMS. Sep 28, 2000 286
Pupils get a vital lesson to stay safe; MOCK EMERGENCIES SPELL OUT DANGERS AT HOME, AT PLAY AND ON ROADS. Sep 27, 2000 236
Armed pair snatch till in hotel foyer hold-up. Sep 27, 2000 287
pounds 30m travel scheme backed. Sep 26, 2000 227
Campus team under fire over 'cruel' tests; RESEARCH ON RABBITS 'UNRELIABLE AND UNNECESSARY', SAY CAMPAIGNERS. Sep 25, 2000 242
Caribbean link gets computers boost; UNIVERSITY GIVES AWAY MORE THAN 100 SECOND-HAND PCs. Sep 21, 2000 256
Truckers lose their overnight berths; Barriers go up in town car parks. Sep 19, 2000 236
Landlords in New Year hours revolt. Sep 19, 2000 232
Honour bypass pledge - or else; RAILFREIGHT TERMINAL 'MUST NOT GO BACK ON PROMISE TO VILLAGES'. Sep 18, 2000 302
Invader causes knotty problem. Sep 2, 2000 250
LIGHTS PUT OUT ON DRUG USERS. Sep 2, 2000 210
End in sight for 'last resort' loos; 'UGLY, UNSAVOURY' PUBLIC CONVENIENCES LIKELY TO BE DEMOLISHED. Sep 1, 2000 263
MYSTERY QUARTET AT ARSON SCENES; Police plea in hunt for firebugs. Sep 1, 2000 263
Gates closing on avenues for crime; BOROUGH READY TO SPEND THOUSANDS ON ALLEYWAY SECURITY. Aug 30, 2000 302
REFUGEES GETTING KEYS TO THE DOOR; Waiting list fears as borough is asked to set aside 25 homes. Aug 30, 2000 297
Barn find proves just the ticket!; COVENTRY MUSEUM TO RECREATE 1920s BUS ON OLD CHASSIS. Aug 29, 2000 311
Pope sends a blessing to city artist Stan; VATICAN'S PERSONAL THANKS FOR PAINTING TO MARK MILLENNIUM. Aug 28, 2000 200
Names too close drive families mad; POSTIES TOLD TO GET THEIR ACT TOGETHER AFTER THE MAIL GOES ASTRAY. Aug 28, 2000 392
Nuisance neighbour agrees to go quietly. Aug 26, 2000 238
Charity is accused by protesters; HEART RESEARCHERS ATTACKED OVER EXPERIMENTS ON ANIMALS. Aug 24, 2000 344
MPs facing barrage on countryside bill. Aug 24, 2000 215
Plans revealed to open old rail line; CHILTERN RAILWAYS' SCHEME RAISES HOPES - AND FEARS - IN RUGBY. Aug 22, 2000 282
ELEPHANT HORROR KILLSRUGBY SAFARI MAN. Aug 22, 2000 259
Profits dry up in wet weather; PUBLICANS GLOOMY - BUT SHOPKEEPER HAPPY. Aug 21, 2000 292
Entries needed for a touch of grass; COMMUNITIES ARE URGED TO APPLY FOR GREEN-FINGERED HELP. Aug 21, 2000 252
Man jailed for 'cowardly' knife attack. Aug 19, 2000 280
New drive to shut out car thieves; OPEN DAY HAS TIPS FOR MOTORISTS. Aug 18, 2000 191
Teachers get a new voice; PROFESSOR HAS KEY ROLE IN ADVISORY GROUP. Aug 18, 2000 274
Vanload of drink seized. Aug 18, 2000 182
Virgin not to sue over rail delays. Aug 18, 2000 252
Rush of votes for benefactor; VICTORIAN JOHN GULSON JOINS CHALLENGERS FOR A SCREEN PLACE. Aug 17, 2000 336
Internet link-up in crime battle; Security advice goes on-line. Aug 17, 2000 322
Cathedral chapel will have a heart of glass; THE NEXT PHASE IN THE CREATION OF THE MILLENNIUM SCREEN IS TURNING A RENOWNED ARTIST'S DESIGNS INTO REALITY. Aug 16, 2000 1113
Firms queue up for new estate; EXTENSION GRANTED FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENTS AS ... Aug 15, 2000 249
Planners put halt to extension; Protests over loss of light. Aug 12, 2000 323
More cash to tackle alcohol menace. Aug 12, 2000 306
Parking lure plea by shops. Aug 11, 2000 205
TRANSFORM THAT EYESORE; GROUNDWORK COVENTRY. Aug 11, 2000 673
'Village' homes rush; KEEN DEMAND BUILDS UP AS FIRST PHASE OF PROJECT FOR FORMER DAIMLER FACTORY SITE IS UNVEILED. Aug 10, 2000 297
Cabbies warn of more strikes in spaces row. Aug 10, 2000 279
HOME SHRINE TO TRAGIC WAR POET; Council will look at buying birthplace. Aug 9, 2000 315
Coming of age with pounds 800,000; CHARITY RELIVES FUND-RAISING HIGHLIGHTS AS MILESTONE REACHED. Aug 8, 2000 278
Pay rise 'a slap in face' for policemen; Warning of crisis over manning. Aug 7, 2000 224
In search of city's PARADISE LOST; VOLUNTEERS PLAN TELEVISION-STYLE MAKEOVER TO BENEFIT COMMUNITY. Aug 7, 2000 414
Rugby man cleared of pounds 1.2m drug smuggling; WITNESSES FAIL TO APPEAR SO CASE COLLAPSES AFTER HEROIN FIND BY CUSTOMS. Aug 7, 2000 242
Cyclist injured in 'rat run' collision; Councillor voices fears after latest accident. Aug 7, 2000 274
Rush to relive City's brown era. Aug 7, 2000 235
Mike is ready to hit new heights; ASTHMA SUFFERER PREPARES FOR BIGGEST TEST. Aug 5, 2000 307
CUSTOMERS FLEE IN PUB BLAZE ALERT; Meals and drinks left unfinished on tables. Aug 5, 2000 278
Appeal hits pounds 200,000 milestone. Aug 4, 2000 192
Can Coventry become 'one of the brightest cities in Europe?' VIBRANT or VACANT? Aug 3, 2000 391
Setback in battle to cut poverty; CITY FAILS IN pounds 13m BID TO TACKLE JOBS AND CRIME BLACKSPOTS. Aug 2, 2000 294

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