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District marks its own millennium. Oct 24, 2000 306
Canalside cycleway gets the go-ahead; Project will cost nearly pounds 250,000. Oct 21, 2000 278
The French connection; OFFICERS OFF TO PARIS TO PROMOTE CITY. Oct 20, 2000 299
Hospital cigs post; NEW SPECIALIST WILL HELP PATIENTS TO GIVE UP SMOKING. Oct 20, 2000 279
Fire horror for holiday friends; SPRINKLERS FAILED SAY PAIR WHO FLED IN NIGHTWEAR. Oct 20, 2000 404
Friends' sporting tribute to teenager; EVENTS RAISE pounds 2,000 IN MEMORY OF POPULAR YOUNG GOLFER. Oct 19, 2000 292
Fired up by the Olympics; MEDALS GLORY INSPIRES CYCLISTS TO RACE AGAIN. Oct 19, 2000 301
Requiem for city's night of destruction; CATHEDRAL MUSIC CHOSEN FOR BLITZ MEMORIAL. Oct 19, 2000 237
Cab builder unveils new retail park bid; Firm seeks move. Oct 19, 2000 360
Hole lot of problems for cyclists. Oct 18, 2000 284
Undercover children trap shop keepers; Youngsters used in crackdown on under-age cigarette sales. Oct 17, 2000 243
Riverside vision for Spon End; SHINGLE BEACHES AND DECKING ARE AMONG IDEAS FOR AREA'S TRANSFORMATION. Oct 17, 2000 354
Pupils' poetic images of war; A HUNDRED YOUNGSTERS' VERSES HELP LAUNCH POPPY APPEAL. Oct 13, 2000 453
Open day at city cemetery. Oct 13, 2000 234
Police chief returns with a pledge. Oct 13, 2000 213
Start hope for old homes restoration; FUNDING SNAGS ARE IRONED OUT - NOW CONSERVATIONISTS PREPARE FOR WORK. Oct 12, 2000 317
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS ON THE STREET. Oct 12, 2000 611
Cliff joins screen idols; Fan club's birthday boy tribute. Oct 12, 2000 246
City retail park hit by plague of rats; SUPERMARKET REASSURES SHOPPERS: 'IT'S O.K. THEY'RE NOT INSIDE'. Oct 12, 2000 272
pounds 800,000 drive to lure shoppers to city centre; COUNCIL AND TRADERS WORKING TOGETHER TO TRUMPET THE CHRISTMAS ATTACTIONS. Oct 11, 2000 376
'I'm so lucky to be alive' COVENTRY PC LOUISE, BADLY INJURED IN ROMANIA, IS ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY. Oct 10, 2000 481
Cyclists bid to ride again; OLYMPICS SUCCESS MAY SPUR REVIVAL. Oct 9, 2000 243
Car ploughs through wall of busy bar. Oct 9, 2000 263
Cloth-cap image is firmly doffed; MEMBERS 'GOBSMACKED' AT FACILITIES AS AN ERA COMES TO END. Oct 7, 2000 279
INJURED OFFICER LOUISE IN AIRLIFT DRAMA; Coventry PC on Romania mercy mission breaks back in horror minibus crash. Oct 6, 2000 321
Star 'honoured' by tribute on screen; CARRERAS RESPONDS TO MOVE TO HAVE HIS NAME INSCRIBED IN CATHEDRAL. Oct 5, 2000 283
Film 'did not cost star his job' Work not unusual for BBC presenters. Oct 5, 2000 286
Mind the gap in price of a beer; GUIDE CLAIMS SOME PUB CHAINS ARE GIVING DRINKERS RAW DEAL. Oct 5, 2000 418
Killers jailed after drunken attack; DISABLED MAN WAS LEFT FATALLY INJURED IN CORRIDOR OF SINGLE MEN'S HOSTEL. Oct 4, 2000 414
Disabled kids' sporting chance; WHEELCHAIR GROUP PROMISES TO RETURN AFTER SUCCESSFUL CITY DEBUT. Oct 3, 2000 330
Victim's jaw smashed; Man in attack faces surgery. Oct 3, 2000 206
Three admit killing man in city hostel; COURT TOLD OF TRIO'S VICIOUS ATTACK ON DISABLED MAN. Oct 3, 2000 228
Water firm to offer electricity and gas. Oct 2, 2000 190
A million pack into SkyDome; Crowds vote it a hit with their feet. Sep 30, 2000 203
Modern-day Godiva to walk for peace. Sep 30, 2000 280
Godiva finds a place in the chapel; LORD MAYOR PAYS TO PREVENT A SAD OMISSION FROM SCREEN. Sep 30, 2000 243
FACE OF CITY SEX ATTACKER; Police in new plea for help. Sep 30, 2000 223
Boss wins funding for study ofdisabled; CEREBRAL PALSY SUFFERER BEGINS PIONEERING RESEARCH. Sep 29, 2000 236
Greener cleaner's flush of success; ECO-BUGS COULD GO TO WORK IN MORE SCHOOL TOILETS. Sep 29, 2000 258
Police keep their options open on armed robbers; Attacks are not unique to to city, stress detectives. Sep 29, 2000 308
100 tenners for one tenor!; JOSE CARRERAS FANS IMMORTALISE THEIR HERO AT CATHEDRAL. Sep 28, 2000 297
'It was just like on the Titanic' BRITISH WOMEN SURVIVORS TELL OF SCREAMING AND CHAOS AFTER FERRY HIT ROCKS. Sep 27, 2000 500
Colourful guide to future of the city. Sep 25, 2000 271
Care charity seeks help for a party; ANNIVERSARY GALA WILL COST pounds 2,000. Sep 22, 2000 245
Knife attacker on the run; Police plea after driver slashed across neck. Sep 22, 2000 181
Screen appeal hits a new high. Sep 22, 2000 206
Bus firm drops wig insult probe; No-one found to back up 'humiliated' woman's claim. Sep 21, 2000 257
Horror on abuse of smoke alarms; Batteries raided to work toys. Sep 21, 2000 234
The good work will go on ...; AFTER 50 YEARS OF HELPING, CHARITY FINDS NEW OFFICE IN CITY. Sep 20, 2000 252
Cash lure to give Canal Basin a buzz. Sep 19, 2000 240
Action at last to open up Ball Hill. Sep 19, 2000 221
Man jailed after house rampage. Sep 18, 2000 283
Jason's winning team. Sep 18, 2000 174
STAB VICTIM'S FIGHT FOR LIFE; Man chases driver and plunges weapon into his neck. Sep 18, 2000 287
Recruits get stuck in; CAR COMPANY'S NEW GENERATION OF GRADUATE TRAINEES HELP OUT IN THE COMMUNITY AND GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER WITH TWO DAYS UNDER CANVAS. Sep 15, 2000 251
Thieves drain petrol from parked car; CRISIS AT THE PUMPS. Sep 15, 2000 93
Britain prepares to get back on the road; CRISIS AT THE PUMPS. Sep 15, 2000 790
Travel guide offer is not all it seems; SMALL PRINT REVEALS HIGH COST OF AGREEING TO ADVERTISE. Sep 14, 2000 175
Final push needed for minibus; PLEA TO HELP DISABLED SPORTS FANS. Sep 14, 2000 320
Andrew to meet his orphanage pals; FIVE-YEAR-OLD TOUCHED BY PLIGHT OF EGYPTIAN YOUNGSTERS. Sep 14, 2000 326
THE PRICE OF PETROL GOES UP AGAIN!; You won't believe this: As the blockades ease and the tankers start to roll... Sep 14, 2000 228
'Winners' could lose out; Alert over letter offering 'bargain'. Sep 12, 2000 228
D-day for plans to transform club. Sep 9, 2000 270
TRIO'S ABUSE CLAIM VICTORY; Church loses first round. Sep 9, 2000 230
Bullies meet their match; Strongman Dave won't stay silent. Sep 8, 2000 242
Man found guilty of double rape; Sisters at sex beast's mercy. Sep 8, 2000 205
Hoping jinxes are off the menu!; FRIDAY THE 13TH OPENING SECOND TIME ROUND FOR FIRE-HIT RESTAURANT. Sep 7, 2000 247
Brothers admit pounds 1million fraud; 'PALACE-STYLE' HOMES FURNISHED FROM PROCEEDS OF FINANCE SCAM. Sep 7, 2000 302
Anne to rediscover joy of 'pottering' BENEFIT CONCERT TO FUND GARDEN MAKEOVER FOR WHEELCHAIR USER. Sep 6, 2000 277
Godiva campaign strikes a chord; COMPANIES RESPOND TO CALL TO JOIN CAMPAIGN TO HONOUR CITY HEROINE. Sep 6, 2000 236
OAPs robbed in radiators ruse; POLICE WARN HOUSEHOLDERS TO BE SURE TO CHECK CALLERS' IDENTIFICATION. Sep 5, 2000 177
Junior gymnasts told: Join the club! Sep 5, 2000 203
STABBING VICTIM LUCKY TO BE ALIVE. Sep 5, 2000 408
Solutions sought to improve reception; RUGBY CEMENT INVESTIGATES ANSWERS TO INTERFERENCE PROBLEM. Sep 4, 2000 287
Godiva supporters' cathedral vote fury; FUND LAUNCHED TO PUT SNUBBED COVENTRY HEROINE'S NAME ON SCREEN. Sep 4, 2000 298
Bid to solve problems facing shopping area. Sep 4, 2000 234
Yellow card out on bad parkers; HIGHFIELD ROAD HIT SQUAD'S WARNING TO SKY BLUES FANS. Sep 4, 2000 209
SHOCK CALL FOR A-LEVELS ELITE CORP; Woodhead stirs 'easy' exams row. Sep 4, 2000 409
SHOCK CALL FOR ELITE A-LEVEL CORP. Sep 4, 2000 274
Girl, 12, tells of sex assault. Sep 2, 2000 235
Plea to end VAT loophole; Repair garages say law is unfair. Sep 1, 2000 298
Ops queue is shortest here; REGION'S HOSPITALS TOP PERFORMANCE LEAGUE. Sep 1, 2000 220
Godiva left in Sir Frank's slipstream; MILLENNIUM CHAPEL SCREEN WILL HONOUR THE HEROES OF INDUSTRY FIRST. Sep 1, 2000 546
School entrant states its case for makeover. Aug 31, 2000 224
Vandalised play area to stay closed; Fears after arson. Aug 31, 2000 219
Playground arson attack. Aug 30, 2000 381
Tortoises invited to take MoT test; EXPERTS OFFER OWNERS HEALTH CHECKS FOR THEIR PETS. Aug 28, 2000 216
Residents win backing for play area on estate. Aug 28, 2000 308
Medals denied to 'sick note' firefighters; DISGUSTED CREWS CONSIDER INDUSTRIAL ACTION PROTEST. Aug 28, 2000 340
Waste money put to good use. Aug 26, 2000 297
Worshippers may face jail in dispute over temple. Aug 26, 2000 438
Recycling just got more fun; Canal Basin to host regatta 'first'. Aug 25, 2000 250
City will soon see the point; HOLY TRINITY SPIRE LOSES ITS TOP AS RESTORATION REACHES FINAL STAGE. Aug 25, 2000 238
Teenager robbed outside post office; CRIMEBEAT. Aug 24, 2000 215
Silence falls on city music store; BOSSES LOOK TO RE-OPEN RECORD SHOP AS SPECIALIST OUTLET. Aug 24, 2000 240
Give children a place to play; YOUR VIEWS ON THE STREET. Aug 24, 2000 549
Call for police to keep vandals out; CONSERVATION GROUP BATTLING AGAINST THEFTS AND DAMAGE. Aug 23, 2000 254
JOBS FOR 700 AT SAINSBURY'S HUB; Store giant investing millions at HamsHall. Aug 22, 2000 211
Who will be etched in history?; IT COULD BE YOUR LAST CHANCE TO VOTE AS THE CLOSING DATE FOR NOMINATING THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE DONE MOST FOR COVENTRY NEARS. Aug 15, 2000 1391
Theatre's champion weighs in; RON'S CHANCE MEETING LEADS TO DEBATE WITH COUNCILLORS. Aug 7, 2000 372

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