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Man found guilty of kidnap charge; Couple held victim prisoner after burglary at their home. Oct 31, 2000 447
Pupils' tribute to the fallen; PRIZE-WINNING POETS SHARE THEIR THOUGHTS FOR LAUNCH OF POPPY APPEAL. Oct 31, 2000 410
City to hear Vilem's Blitz music at last; COMPOSER WILL BE GUEST OF HONOUR AT HISTORIC PERFORMANCE. Oct 30, 2000 341
Around the world with cool Kirsty; REVIEW. Oct 28, 2000 229
Choir offers its voices for free; ENTHUSIASTIC SINGERS WILL PERFORM AT CHARITY EVENTS. Oct 26, 2000 221
'Arrogance' that bars my husband; WOMAN'S IMMIGRATION BATTLE TO BRING PAKISTANI SPOUSE HERE FOR CHRISTMAS. Oct 26, 2000 466
Secure unit told to cut beds quota; New blow for social services. Oct 25, 2000 359
Uncle clubbed in raid on store; NEPHEW, AGED 18, TELLS HOW HE HAD A KNIFE HELD TO HIS THROAT. Oct 23, 2000 355
Pub swore to raise pounds 1,000 - and they did!; PUB STAFF BOXED CLEVER AFTER CANCER FUND FELL SHORT OF THEIR TARGET. Oct 21, 2000 236
Hail Georgie - our great new name; CITY AUTHOR WANTS OTHERS TO SHARE HER SUCCESS AS A WRITER. Oct 21, 2000 361
Number could be up for shoppers; ON-THE-SPOT pounds 1,000 PRIZES WILL HELP ATTRACT CHRISTMAS CROWDS. Oct 21, 2000 402
Kenilworth - it's the king of the castles; ENGLISH HERITAGE TALKS ABOUT FLAGSHIP SITE AS IT GOES ON TELEVISION. Oct 20, 2000 223
Slush to melt the hardest hearts; REVIEW. Oct 19, 2000 253
Can we compete with the big boys?; on the street. Oct 19, 2000 360
Sex-attack victim recalls the horror. Oct 19, 2000 275
Ralph's view of the city he loves; A COVENTRY KID TAKES A PERSONAL LOOK OUR PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. Oct 10, 2000 371
Hotel 'home' for visiting bosses; AMERICAN FIRM'S pounds 3.5m PLAN FOR EMPTY OFFICE BLOCK. Oct 9, 2000 364
Warm Irish welcome; NEW CENTRE FOR ELDERLY TO OPEN. Oct 6, 2000 213
Museum's gems on the road again; ANNIVERSARY MILESTONE IS MARKED BY CAVALCADE OF CLASSIC CITY-BUILT VEHICLES. Oct 6, 2000 246
'I'm off to help children of war'. Oct 4, 2000 284
Shoppers carrying the card; EVENING TELEGRAPH CAMPAIGN: CARRY A DONOR CARD You could save someone's life. Oct 4, 2000 318
Council hits back over hospital's lost bonus. Oct 4, 2000 306
Council hits back over lost bonus; ANGER OVER CLAIM THAT HOSPITAL HAS MISSED pounds 250,000 PAYMENT. Oct 4, 2000 306
pounds 250,000 BLOW FOR WALSGRAVE; City hospital misses out on huge bonus from government thanks to beds crisis. Oct 3, 2000 514
African official visits city on media mission. Oct 2, 2000 312
Putting on the glitz!; FIRST GLOSSY GUIDEBOOK FOR COVENTRY AT LAST GIVES FULL PROMOTIONAL POWER TO A CITY STEEPED IN HISTORY AND PRESTIGE. Oct 2, 2000 677
TRAVEL: Bright new face of that 'dirty old town' IT'S ALL CHANGE IN THE LAND OF MATCHSTICK MEN AND CORONATION STREET TERRACES. Sep 29, 2000 802
Moment of pure magic for Joe, 10; SCHOOLBOY'S ELF NOW A DISNEY CHARACTER. Sep 29, 2000 222
Veteran of big bands; Playing spanned 40 years. Sep 29, 2000 285
City inspired to go it alone; Bard signs to be replaced. Sep 28, 2000 205
Wait goes on in Sunday market row. Sep 28, 2000 238
Funds pressure put on hospital. Sep 26, 2000 374
WOMAN STRANDED BY CABBIE IN EARLY HOURS; Council and police launch investigation. Sep 26, 2000 466
Writer gets her break; Caring for the family leads to first novel. Sep 25, 2000 303
The kids in search of a special home; COUNCIL JOINS FORCES WITH BARNARDO'S FOR FOSTERING PROJECT. Sep 25, 2000 380
Priory site gives up its Saxon secret. Sep 22, 2000 316
Problem brewing for 20 years; HEALTH CHIEF PESSIMISTIC DESPITE NEW CASH PLEDGE. Sep 21, 2000 105
No overnight solution; HEALTH CHIEF PESSIMISTIC DESPITE NEW CASH PLEDGE. Sep 21, 2000 90
Breakdown in dialogue with social services blocks freeing of beds; HEALTH CHIEF PESSIMISTIC DESPITE NEW CASH PLEDGE. Sep 21, 2000 212
Hospital gets closer to the danger zone; HEALTH CHIEF PESSIMISTIC DESPITE NEW CASH PLEDGE. Sep 21, 2000 265
Friswell's parades past links; GALLERY MOUNTS EXHIBITION OF ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS AND ANTIQUE PRINTS TO MARK 130-YEAR MILESTONE FOR FAMOUS FAMILY NAME IN CITY. Sep 20, 2000 318
WALSGRAVE BEDS CRISIS HITS OPS; Minor surgery cancelled - now hospital boss warns that major operations could be next. Sep 20, 2000 334
How longer lives have led to crisis. Sep 19, 2000 558
Thousands enjoy a glimpse into the past; HERITAGE OPEN DAYS. Sep 18, 2000 492
Expert Paul backs the Dome. Sep 15, 2000 188
Economist speaks up for the Dome; EXPERT SAYS GREENWICH ATTRACTION HAS BEEN BIG BUSINESS BOOST. Sep 15, 2000 327
CARE BLOW FOR CITY PATIENTS. Sep 15, 2000 539
Pensioners unite for rights fight. Sep 14, 2000 231
Cash appeal at repair row church; HISTORIC BUILDING GRANT HOPE - BUT LAY RECTORS STILL FACING HUGE BILL. Sep 14, 2000 290
Law firm makes case for change; CHRISTMAS CARD COSTS WILL HELP CHILDREN THANKS TO pounds 250 GIFT. Sep 14, 2000 227
Former bishop moves to city parish; Warm welcome for Rwandanfamily. Sep 14, 2000 231
Pensioners unite in fight for rights. Sep 14, 2000 231
Motorist in `dangerous' drive banned; SMOKING WHEELS AS CAR STOPPED JUST FEET FROM POLICE. Sep 12, 2000 276
Pair's travel bug still bites; TEACHERS TO RETURN HOME FROM PAKISTAN - AFTER WORLD HOLIDAY TOUR. Sep 11, 2000 334
Cemetery's future is the cause of grave concern. Sep 11, 2000 836
Canon's plea for real friendship; COVENTRY'S THEATRE WAS NAMED AFTER ONE OF OUR TWIN CITIES BUT IN BELGRADE'S TIME OF NEED MAYBE OUR RELATIONSHIP SHOULD GO BEYOND NORMAL LINKS. Sep 8, 2000 1247
pounds 168,000 jackpot is best therapy. Sep 7, 2000 334
Union backs workers on 45p a week; UNISON 'HORRIFIED' TO HEAR OF PAYMENTS. Sep 6, 2000 312
Skate park set for final go-ahead; CHRISTMAS OPENING DATE LIKELY AFTER SUMMER OF DELAYS. Sep 4, 2000 262
Staff go in arena music shake-up. Sep 4, 2000 229
City's winning grip on wrestling deal; SKYDOME KNOCKS OUT RIVALS IN FIGHT TO HOLD NATIONWIDE SPORTS EVENT. Sep 4, 2000 359
A long-running battle just to keep awake. Sep 1, 2000 232
New uniform brings new togetherness; WORKERS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES OFFERED TRAINING JOBS. Aug 31, 2000 180
We'll double your wage, says charity; WORKERS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES OFFERED TRAINING JOBS. Aug 31, 2000 259
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS ON THE STREET. Aug 31, 2000 423
The day delegation met war leader Tito; PICTURE OF YUGOSLAVIA TWINNING VISIT RESURFACES AFTER 50 YEARS. Aug 30, 2000 375
Yoga gives Harry, 87, head start; TELEVISION PROGRAMME CELEBRATES CITY'S SUPER-ACTIVE PENSIONERS. Aug 30, 2000 366
ACT QUICKLY OVER WAGE'INSULT'PLEA; City council under fire over workshop payments. Aug 30, 2000 381
TV date for city keep fit group; HAVING A LAUGH: Dame Thora with keep fit teacher Pam Stokes; WINNIE, AGED 84, TO SEE HERSELF ON THE BOX BEING INTERVIEWED BY THORA HIRD. Aug 29, 2000 238
'We feel so worthless' WORKERS HIT OUT OVER 'INSULTING' WAGES AT CITY'S COUNCIL-RUN CENTRES. Aug 29, 2000 1135
I WORK FOR JUST 45p A WEEK; Most of what the council pays is taken back in bus fares ... leaving people with learning difficulties feeling worthless. Aug 29, 2000 211
Fives and threes add up to romance; THEY MET AT CLUB FOR DISABLED - AND DOMINOES LED TO LOVE AND MARRIAGE. Aug 26, 2000 301
SkyDome keeps lid on 'Parrot' reopening; BOSS BIDING HER TIME UNTIL NEW VENUE 'PEAKS'. Aug 24, 2000 324
Burning bus guider hailed; Swift action aids 'lucky escape'. Aug 24, 2000 297
Tonnes of precious stones need shifting; HEADACHE LEFT BY SUCCESS OF DIG AT SITE OF CITY'S MEDIAEVAL PRIORY. Aug 23, 2000 430
HeartStart; Vicky's dad owed thanks; AS CITY GETS ITS FIRST DEFIBRILLATOR READY TO SAVE LIVES:. Aug 23, 2000 291
CITY GIRL GUIDES FLEE COACH FIRE DRAMA; 'Lucky escape' on camp site drive. Aug 23, 2000 297
Loch Ness puts paid to a 'couch potato' MIKE SHEDS FIVE STONE WHILE TRAINING FOR CHILLY CHALLENGE. Aug 22, 2000 320
Joan's legacy drives funds effort; BREAST SCREENING PROGRAMME pounds 5,000 BETTER OFF AS VILLAGE HONOURS MEMORY. Aug 22, 2000 261
Bob gets jazz festival off on right note; HOT SEVEN'S FREE CONCERT LAUNCHES FIVE DAYS OF TOP MUSIC MAKING. Aug 21, 2000 242
Sophie passes her underwater test; 12-YEAR-OLD IS ONE OF YOUNGEST TO PASS SCUBA DIVER TEST. Aug 21, 2000 314
Royal memories come roaring back; QUEEN MUM IS GIVEN AN OIL PAINTING OF A FAVOURITE JAGUAR. Aug 19, 2000 279
Spreading message of peace; COVENTRY STAGES AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TO LOOK AT WAYS OF CALMING WORLD'S TROUBLESPOTS. Aug 18, 2000 969
FOREIGN OFFICE TRIED TO GAG ME SAYS BISHOP; Officials wanted Dresden sermon toned down. Aug 17, 2000 405
God's gift to natural healing. Aug 16, 2000 404
Family in talks on missing woman. Aug 16, 2000 223
Top tips in day of sporting fun; Coaching sessions for youngsters on summer scheme. Aug 15, 2000 239
Bishop's 'wake up' call to Church. Aug 14, 2000 276
Marching orders for city thieves. Jul 31, 2000 334
'Chip shop will spoil our mediaeval street' COUNCIL ACCUSED OF BREAKING PROMISE OF UPMARKET RESTAURANTS. Jul 31, 2000 324
Skate aces are on a roll at car park. Jul 29, 2000 411
Revolution on the home front; SYSTEM REWARDS TENANTS FOR GOOD BEHAVIOUR. Jul 28, 2000 421
CRIMEBEAT: Police plea to passing Samaritan. Jul 27, 2000 284
Council's hopes of attracting carers; OPEN MEETINGS AIM TO ENCOURAGE MORE FOSTER PARENTS. Jul 27, 2000 276
City man arrested in pounds 6m drugs probe; POLICE SWOOP FOLLOWS YEAR-LONG INVESTIGATION INTO TRAFFICKING. Jul 27, 2000 232
Dangerous driver jailed for 6 months; COURT SHOWED FILM OF CAR GOING WRONG WAY AT ROUNDABOUTS. Jul 24, 2000 249
Police chiefs get a recruitment boost; WEST MIDLANDS DIVISION PREPARES FOR UP TO 2,000 EXTRA JOBS. Jul 22, 2000 310
Drug dealer caught with pounds 4,790 stash. Jul 22, 2000 335
'Give us a place to skate...' CITY BOBBY BACKS YOUNG SKATEBOARDERS' CALLS FOR SOMEWHERE TO PRACTISE THEIR SKILLS. Jul 21, 2000 752
Cost fears over OAP home care. Jul 21, 2000 200

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