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'Kerbs are tripping pedestrians' COUNCILLOR CALLS FOR ACTION OVER 'DANGER PAVEMENTS'. Aug 7, 2000 244
Quarry plans may be thrown out. Aug 5, 2000 241
Blunders hit opening event; pounds 30,000 GLOBE HAS TO GO BACK TO THE ENGRAVERS. Aug 4, 2000 271
It's curtains for Prospero's hair; BLOW FOR ACTOR PETER AS PUP GETS HIS TEETH INTO EXPENSIVE PROP. Aug 4, 2000 284
Bursting at the seams; pounds 1.5m bid to ease record office squash. Aug 3, 2000 223
CRACKDOWN ON DRUNKS. Aug 3, 2000 250
'Forgotten' street asks for some help. Aug 2, 2000 260
Warwick hospital team in CJD alert; 'MAD COW' ILLNESS RULED OUT AS WOMAN IN 50s UNDERGOES TESTS. Aug 2, 2000 286
pounds 3m FOR SHARE OF GOOD LIFE. Aug 2, 2000 283
Anxious parents jam dyslexia line; Controversial doctorreturns to the area. Aug 1, 2000 211
Upward trend for castle visits; HISTORIC SITE BUCKS TREND AT OTHER TOURISM ATTRACTIONS. Aug 1, 2000 263
Town hall's role ready to change; MARRIAGE COUNSELLORS COULD SET UP SHOP IN NEW HOME. Jul 31, 2000 260
Mob violence hits refugees' protest. Jul 31, 2000 276
Mop venue row set to rumble on; TOWN CENTRE TRADERS AND FAIR ORGANISERS AT LOGGERHEADS OVER ANNUAL EVENT. Jul 31, 2000 273
Last-ditch quest for peace at Peugeot; TALKS AS RYTON PLANT HOLIDAY STARTS. Jul 31, 2000 273
Piercing fad will soon pass; A WALK ON THE KEAY SIDE. Jul 29, 2000 437
BUILDERS FIGHT VILLAS SITE VETO; Flats v trees and gardens. Jul 29, 2000 196
FLOOD FEARS PUT SQUEEZE ON CASH; Other work could suffer. Jul 28, 2000 352
Charity expands after busy year; 14,000 calls for advice in 12 months. Jul 27, 2000 259
Early wedding for mum's sake; ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY GIVES PERMISSION FOR HOSPICE CEREMONY. Jul 27, 2000 311
Funds gesture to aid school plans; Council smooths merger bid. Jul 26, 2000 229
Body piercing rules for schools; Exclusion likely to be ruled out as an option. Jul 26, 2000 253
Crackdown on holiday thieves. Jul 26, 2000 232
Riddle left over birthday tragedy. Jul 25, 2000 334
SCHOOL LAW ON BODY JEWELLERY. Jul 25, 2000 287
We dig your treasures!; YOUNG PEOPLE FASCINATED BY BEHIND-THE-SCENES GLIMPSE AT THE COUNTY MUSEUM. Jul 24, 2000 206
Sikhs want ban on festivals lifted; PLANNERS ASKED TO ALLOW CHANGES AT TEMPLE SITE. Jul 24, 2000 261
CASH POURED INTO CANAL; New scheme for towpath. Jul 24, 2000 233
REBECCA KEAY: Floral bid is lacking in quantity; A WALK ON THE KEAY SIDE. Jul 22, 2000 429
Award ceremony marks town pride; HONOURS FOR HOMES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, SHOPS AND SCULPTURES. Jul 20, 2000 273
AILING MARKET GETS A LIFELINE; Church tells traders: Use our space. Jul 20, 2000 279
Official was hit in club scuffle. Jul 19, 2000 279
Schools' holiday time for change; NEW TERM WILL BRING ENHANCED ROLE AS TECHNOLOGY COLLEGES. Jul 19, 2000 245
VIOLENT CRIME IS ON THE RISE But Warwickshire is still one of the safest places to live. Jul 18, 2000 377
Court told of text message threats; MAN ADMITS HE 'WENT TOO FAR' AFTER FRIENDSHIP TURNED SOUR. Jul 18, 2000 298
Get set for living room Olympics; WARWICKSHIRE FIRM SET TO LAUNCH THE OFFICIAL VIDEO GAMES. Jul 17, 2000 233
WORRIED PARENTS FLOOD DRUGS LINE; Aid group points to despair. Jul 17, 2000 235
REBECCA KEAY: Stress? I'll stick to a pint; A WALK ON THE KEAY SIDE. Jul 15, 2000 442
ARMED SWOOP IN 'KIDNAP' MYSTERY; Police quiz two suspects after finding man beaten up. Jul 15, 2000 220
Go-ahead expected for traffic calming; pounds 50,000 SCHEME PUT FORWARD IN ANSWER TO VILLAGE DEMANDS. Jul 14, 2000 207
pounds 1/4m home 'full of faults' BOSSES IN PLEDGE TO ACT OVER FLAWS AT BARRATT DEVELOPMENT. Jul 13, 2000 350
STRESSED HEADS HIT THE BOTTLE; Toll of illness grows. Jul 13, 2000 259
Thousands head for folk bonanza; WORLD NAMES AND HOME TALENT LINED UP 21st FESTIVAL. Jul 12, 2000 270
Pump Rooms gamble pays off; DELIGHT AS pounds 7m REVAMP BRINGS LEAMINGTON LANDMARK BACK TO LIFE. Jul 12, 2000 441
HEROIN SWOOP ON CAR; pounds 20,000 haul found by armed hit squad. Jul 12, 2000 245
Scheme gives cash to direct debit payers; Prize gets 2,000 to take up payment plan. Jul 11, 2000 264
Road safety heroes in line for awards; FUEL GIANT JOINS GOVERNMENT CAMPAIGN TO CUT INJURY TOLL. Jul 11, 2000 299
Mum turns to raising funds after tragedy; DEATH OF SON STARTS WOMAN ON CAMPAIGN TO HELP SPECIAL CARE BABY UNIT. Jul 10, 2000 229
pounds 1/2m funding bid for critical beds; Hospital asks for help after its busiest month. Jul 7, 2000 252
PARKING MOVE 'DISASTER' RISK. Jul 7, 2000 259
STATION 'SAD AND SHABBY'. Jul 6, 2000 219
Residents lose road safety campaign; ANGER AT COUNCIL'S CASH 'SNUB'. Jul 6, 2000 260
Hi-tech river watch will give flood alert. Jul 5, 2000 259
REGENT'S REVAMP HELD UP. Jul 5, 2000 248
PRIVATE FIRM MAY TAKE OVER TOWNS. Jul 4, 2000 208
Channel change to tune of pounds 1.5m for fire crews; Home Office demands digital switch so it can sell off old frequencies. Jul 3, 2000 217
Petition calls for safety measures; Finances needed to cut speed. Jul 1, 2000 248
A walk on the KEAY SIDE: Tasteless food for thought. Jul 1, 2000 429
JUDGES DEFY THE BEETLES. Jun 30, 2000 280
Football kicked into touch by club. Jun 14, 2000 208
Trees to go for wetland habitat; Residents told to expect disturbance. Jun 13, 2000 252
Hypnotic attraction of TV lens; A WALK ON THE KEAY SIDE. Jun 10, 2000 412
ASYLUM HOMES ON OFFER; U-turn urged on refugees. Jun 9, 2000 225
HEARTSTART: Village inspired to join health drive; DEFIBRILLATOR WOULD BE VITAL ADDITION FOR COMMUNITY. Jun 9, 2000 312
ABATTOIR FIGHT 'NOT OVER YET' Appeal anticipated over 'get rid of it' order. Jun 8, 2000 215
Revised plan for leisure complex; SMALLER EXPANSION SCHEME DRAWN UP AFTER LOTTERY CASH BLOW. Jun 7, 2000 274
Unhappy cabbies can't hear a thing; SHIRE HALL COMPUTER GETS THE BLAME FOR SLUMP IN TAXI TRADE. Jun 6, 2000 299
Work starts on fixing electricity problems; UNDERGROUND SHORT CIRCUIT MEANS CABLES MUST BE REPLACED. Jun 5, 2000 241
Drugs roadshow is hailed a hit. Jun 3, 2000 264
Why we all love Stratford; a walk on the Keay side. Jun 3, 2000 444
STORE BOSSES TAKE ON RIVALS; Shopping war triggered as malls blossom. Jun 3, 2000 258
Ronnie paints it any colour he chooses; GALLERY SHOWCASES A DIFFERENT SIDE OF ROLLING STONES GIANT. Jun 1, 2000 294
TV favourites to mark history; ROSIE AND JIM TO FEATURE ON MILLENNIUM FAIR BADGES. May 31, 2000 193
FACELIFT PLANNED FOR HEART OF WARWICK; pounds 210,000 bid to attract visitors. May 31, 2000 260
pounds 3,000 grant an answer to prayer; AS SCHOOL TAKES DELIVERY OF A SPIRITUAL SCULPTURE . . . May 30, 2000 277
Sanctuary status keeps field site intact; KENILWORTH'S PARLIAMENT PIECE PRESERVED AS OPEN SPACE. May 30, 2000 235
Festival of fun boosts farmers; CROWDS ENJOY THE STALLS AND ACTIVITIES AT EVENT TO PROMOTE LOCAL PRODUCERS. May 29, 2000 355
A walk on the KEAY SIDE: Dotcom is driving me dotty. May 27, 2000 411
Power faults put hundreds in dark. May 27, 2000 195
VILLAGE SEX BEAST IS JAILED; Court told of girls' ordeal 30 years ago. May 26, 2000 371
Beetles eat into budget; Law court repairs to cost pounds 1m. May 24, 2000 290
Oh brother! New garden's a treasure; COMMUNITY TEAMS UP TO RECREATE A LITTLE PIECE OF TUDOR ENGLAND. May 24, 2000 234
Offices may have new hotel future; COUNCIL EXPECTING OLD BUILDING TO BE SNAPPED UP WHEN IT VACATES. May 23, 2000 232
Hello, hello to 21 extra rural bobbies; COUNTY CONSTABULARY CHIEFS CELEBRATING EXTRA ALLOCATION. May 22, 2000 300
BREAKTHROUGH NEAR ON HOTEL PROJECT; Move to order shop sale. May 22, 2000 347
Flood plain homes plan is thrown out; CAMPAIGNING NEIGHBOURS CHEER COUNCILLORS' DECISION. May 19, 2000 246
MORE SUSPECTS FACE DNA TESTS; Cash for hi-tech tecs. May 16, 2000 202
pounds 100,000 TO MAKE PLAY SAFE; Five years to meet Euro laws. May 15, 2000 317
Why no draw for young?; A walk on the Keay side. May 13, 2000 404
Town all set for holiday festival; THREE DAYS OF FUN IN DRIVE TO BOOST 'FASHIONABLE EXPERIENCE' IMAGE. May 13, 2000 312
Maths teacher Stephanie gets a royal honour; SECONDARY SCHOOL SHARES PRIDE OF BUCKINGHAM PALACE RECEPTION. May 12, 2000 255
Crackdown begins to bite; BURGLARIES CUT BY QUARTER IN FIRST WEEK OF POLICE'S OPERATION IMPACT. May 11, 2000 280
Axe to fall on 150 as talks fail to save jobs; REDUNDANCIES START IN SUMMER FOR COOKER AND BOILER FOUNDRY WORKERS. May 10, 2000 266
STORES IN HI-TECH WAR ON THIEVES; Master plan cash bid. May 10, 2000 197
Asbestos search is new blow to cinema; DELAY IN REOPENING AFTER pounds 500,000 BLAZE 'COSTING pounds 10,000 A WEEK'. May 9, 2000 249
Len must pay to get his own back; GARDENING PRANKSTER'S SWEET PEAS SNATCHED BY 'KIDNAPPERS'. May 8, 2000 237
Cadet base to be made ship-shape. May 6, 2000 258
Tories snatch council power; LOCAL ELECTIONS. May 5, 2000 368
Sleep-starved Suzi hits out at bin din; Noise probe starts. May 5, 2000 330
Call for more backing over town council. May 4, 2000 219

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