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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (May 12, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
'Raffles' out of retirement. 87
AD TO BE GAY; Body spray breaks last TV taboo. Oxley, Ken 1008
Animals group to target Stella. Mulford, Sarah 178
Best battles Scots agent over flat eviction bid. 154
Best in the WEST. Ensor, Nan 447
BLAIR BACKING FOR COOK OVER ARMS TO AFRICA `HOO-HA' But under-fire Foreign Secretary faces new quiz. Thompson, David 579
BLAND PRIX OK BY RON; UPDATE. 292
Bombing suspect botch-up drags on. Houston, Simon 257
Bombing suspect picture farce drags on. Houston, Simon 493
CAROL QUITS LOTTERY; Golden girl walks out on pounds 400,000 BBC job. Hughes, Chris 344
CECIL IN LINE FOR MUSIDORA. Thomson), Garry Owen (Alan 234
CIVIL WAR SPLITS CELTIC; Fury as title-winning coach quits. Smith, Anna; Ferguson, Iain 755
CONMAN FAKED pounds 3.8m JACKPOT. 438
Cook 'was sent the papers on arms deal'. Thompson, David 560
Cop proves crook is dead. 134
Copter mum's grief in court. McCartney, Brian 254
Deciding to quit will have hurt my pal Wim; HAY: HE'LL BE SORRY TO GO. McCarthy, David 847
Di Canio crisis was the first round in battle with Brown. Docherty, John 624
Don't rule out Craig for Celts. Jackson, Keith 648
DONS GIVE BIG TWO THE BOOT. 180
DRIVEN OUT OF PARADISE; Wim just couldn't work with Jock and Fergus any longer. 1753
Elton in split from his Scots boss Reid. Mulford, Sara 241
Ex-SAS soldier in court on nurse murder charge. 98
Eye test for rail blunder OAP. 244
FURY AT `U-TURN' ON RIGS DISPOSAL. Dow, Bob 233
GIVE MY JOB TO MURDO. 338
GOD GOES TRAINSPOTTING IN BIBLE REVAMP. McLean, Grace 303
HIBS FREE BOCO. 123
High time for a change. 253
HOME TRUTHS. 265
How Celtic broke the news. 242
I WANTED TO GO AFTER TWO WEEKS. Grahame, Ewing 1325
IT'S LIKE BEING A CHILD AGAIN. Frame, Lorna 1741
Jail guards protest over boss. 134
LAMBERT: NOW I COULD QUIT TOO; Stars reeling over coach crisis. Grahame, Ewing 771
Let our stars face crunch. Duncan, Roddy 358
LIP SERVICE. 83
Lord Dickie's pounds 100m TV epic. 134
McCANN: I'D HAVE SACKED WIM ANYWAY. McCarthy, David 856
Money's too tight as Scots wage war. Campbell, Alan 622
MORTGAGE GUIDE: The best home loan deals. 499
MOWLAM SAYS SORRY FOR FREEING IRA KILLERS; Trimble warns of boost to `No' campaign. King, Dave 520
Mud slide OAP is found alive. 81
Oasis of reality in a busy city of dreams. Morgan, Kathleen 242
ONE 2 ONE; SCOTLAND BEAT BRAZIL. Shields, Bob 558
Perverts posing as kids on Net. Gall, Charlie 221
PICK OF THE BOX; DRAMA. Morgan, Kathleen 305
Playboy legend's passion for new sex drug. Frew, Callum 225
PM backs Cook over arms row `hoo-ha'. Thompson, David 529
pounds 400m DEAL SAVES LAST SCOTTISH PIT. Caven, Bill 412
Priest e-mails football abuse. 87
RECORD MONEY; HOT PROPERTY. Caven, Bill 425
RECORD VIEW; This dithering is dangerous. 454
Road horror boy, 16 fights for life. Stanton, Tom 197
Robbed in political game. Thompson, David 325
ROBO BLAIR LOSES HIS HEAD; Cult comic kills off bionic PM at World Cup opener. Fulton, Rick 391
SACKED BUS DRIVERS BEAT SOUTER FARE AND SQUARE; Eight win job battle with Stagecoach boss. Dow, Bob 533
Sad Nicol hit by jinx again. Duncan, Roddy 367
Salmond attacks Dewar on Trident. Martin, Stephen 245
Scots on track to a record. Houston, Simon 130
Set down new ROOTS. Ensor, Nan 522
Snooker champ Ronnie `on pot'. Stenson, Tony 270
Sun lotion plea to beat cancer. 82
Sydney Devine's girl is dole cheat; She claimed benefits while working on farm. Frew, Callum 338
Take a letter and a top job, Miss Smith. Ellin, Tony 271
TAKING AWAY DUMMY CAN RAISE RISKS OF COT DEATH. Laing, Peter 604
Teenager on prostitute murder rap. 119
That Versace splitting image may be fine for Liz Hurley..but it left me cold. Barr, Kelly Cooper 1384
They're a good team on paper; BUT FERGUS AND JOCK HAVE NO IDEA WHAT REALLY COUNTS WHEN IT COMES TO FOOTBALL. Traynor, James 1788
TOM BROWN; Independence the aim that dare not speak its name. Brown, Tom 1087
TRACE SECRETS. Ensor, Nan 881
VOICE OF SCOTLAND; WE'RE STILL PAYING A HIGH PRICE FOR SNP'S ADVICE. 903
WE GOT pounds 66 FOR CUP WIN; But old-timers back Jambos. Docherty, John 661
Why did we lose our son? Laing, Peter 315
Wife and lover mourn Bill star. 80
Wim didn't want to work with the; rest of us..that's; why he had to go; MCCANN MOUNTS FIGHTBACK. McCarthy, David 887
Wim wasn't allowed to do the job his way; McNEILL HITS OUT. Gardner, John 843

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