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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (January 22, 1999)

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400 JOBS IN ... 173 JOBS OUT; Boost from hi-tech firm as whisky giants wield axe. 433
800-foot fall and a broken neck, but I'll return to hills; SO BRAVE: CLIMBER'S AMAZING ORDEAL WON'T KEEP HER AWAY FROM HER BELOVED SPORT. McLAUGHLIN, ALLISON 1070
A BREATH OF FRESH AYR; COUNTY US IN: FORMER OLD FIRM WARRIORS McCOIST AND WALKER CAN'T WAIT FOR A NEW DERBY EXPERIENCE. McCARTHY, DAVID 1022
A SPACE ODDITY. Fulton, Rick 881
Accents make the Lanterns shine even brighter. Fulton, Rick 421
An all-time CLASSIC; The MG TD is a showroom stopper - but it's no dumb model. It gives young mechanics a glimpse of forgotten skills. BILL CAVEN went along for a peek. Caven, Bill 1005
Anger at safety tax on food. 126
Axed Robinson to reveal all in book deal. 88
BILLIONAIRE FEEDS GIRL, 4 ON pounds 2 A DAY; Cash feud admission by tycoon. Dowdney, Mark 465
Bulgarians battered by inflation. 122
BUMPER TO BUMPER. 392
Cancer fears force Anne into clinic. 279
Capital landlords get a flat return. Dow, Ian 245
Cell mate told me of brutally killing Emily. 150
Celts put the heat on Farry. Grahame, Ewing 281
CHART SLOT. 512
Chris up for two cup ties. Docherty, John 285
Circus chimp `lived in fear'. 111
City votes for end to gay rules. 119
Comic Mills gets sacked Baker's show. 100
CONTEST; Songs in the key of strife. Fulton, Rick 348
CORAL OF COATBRIDGE; ROCK SOLID: EXPERTS USE NATURAL REMEDY TO TRANSFORM BLACKSPOT. 451
Couple spell out dangers of marriage with no sex. Paterson, Roz 321
CRUSHING BLOW FOR DIM DRIVER; KING OF THE ROAD. King, Conrad 586
Dan Quayle runs for president. 141
Dargo: I'm a winner in any language. Stephen, Kenneth 472
Dave Clarke revival. 136
Depressed worker wins pounds 39,000. 112
DON'T BE A FIRE HAZARD.. PUT ON YOUR TROUSERS; Crews can't put on kit during 999 dash. Britten, Nick 480
Duke's a PEARL; TREVOR WALLS gets to grips with a curvaceous Italian with a split personality. Walls, Trevor 539
Farmer faces jail over shots to scare men. 94
Findlay to face probe for outburst at jury. McILWRAITH, GORDON 465
Firemen told: Don't go out undressed. Britten, Nick 317
Fool's Gold for sad Greg. 236
Forgive our Auld Enemy; (Even if his last name happens to be Paxman). Burnie, Joan 1191
FOUR KILLED AS RAF TORNADO HITS CESSNA; AIR TERROR: PLANES CRASH TO GROUND JUST YARDS FROM SCHOOL AND HOMES. Byrne, Paul 347
Games; FEEL THE FORCE. 1101
Geri's Taylor-made fashion accessory; COPY CAT: EX-SPICE GIRL FOLLOWS LIZ'S LEAD AND BRINGS HER DOG. 161
GET BEHIND YOUR SCHOOL; THE WORLD'S BIGGEST SCHOOL TRIP EVER! 669
Glitter in the dock on child sex charges; IN COURT: GLAM ROCK STAR DONS SUNGLASSES AND A WIG. 226
Golden OLDIE; ME & MY MOTOR. King, Conrad 527
Goodbye pop, hello Britrock; Jangling guitars herald the return of grown-up music. Fulton, Rick 1442
GUN COPS THREAT TO 200 PLANE PASSENGERS; MPs and peer caught in chaos. 340
GURKHAS JOIN HUNT FOR MISSING GIRLS; Fears grow for best pals. 296
Hamster man wins pounds 1270. 81
Hearts had to punt Neil ...he won't be the last; MONEY TALKS: NO TAKEOVER BUT JAMBOS TOLD THEY WILL HAVE TO SELL MORE PLAYERS. Sinclair, Paul 1057
How to look for a fish's keltic roots. Wilkie, Silver 840
I'll be seeing you, Chinas. Docherty, John 345
I'M TO BLAME FOR MY BOY'S DRUG DEATH; MOTHER'S GRIEF: TWO SONS LOCKED UP, ANOTHER OVERDOSES. Griffiths, Stuart; Beaton, Charles 385
IMRAN DEATH BROTHER DIES OF OVERDOSE; MOTHER'S GRIEF: TWO SONS LOCKED UP, ANOTHER IS DRUGS VICTIM. Page, Cara 410
Is pounds 100m too much to pay? McLEAN, JIM 261
It was like a bad Carry On movie but it's official: Marko's not mad; SANITY CLAUSE EXISTS: BUT FERGUS McCANN DOESN'T SEEM TO BE A BELIEVER AS VIDUKA DEAL GOES UP IN SMOKE. Jackson, Keith 1207
It's a kind of magic, but it won't keep you spellbound. Synnot, Siobhan 409
It's written in all the stars: you're nicked. 104
Janitor loses cash fight over sacking. 154
JOCKY: GIVE US A BREAK. Traynor, John 163
Kissing men for Lira ... it's all in a day's work for holiday rep Liz; LIFE'S A BEACH: FOR SIX MONTHS A YEAR, ELIZABETH ADAMS SPENDS HER EVENINGS BELLY DANCING FOR STRANGERS. Weale, Natasha 1237
LAST NIGHT; Well-played scene pours cold water on sleaze. Morgan, Kathleen 1438
Let us become a nation of do-gooders says Blair. Thompson, David 715
Let's have Scots back at Wembley; BIG MATCH APPEAL BY SPONSORS. McCARTHY, DAVID 506
Love is... telling Tom Cruise to take a hike; She loves scuba diving and fast cars, but the star of Practical Magic is happiest when climbing to new heights in Nepal. Synnot, Siobhan 1450
Loving cup for Smith. 178
MEN ARE `AS LIKELY' TO BE VICTIMS IN THEIR HOME. Anderson, Deborah 362
MING JOINS THE RACE FOR PADDY'S JOB; LIB-DEM LEADERSHIP: FORMER TRACK STAR IS LIKELY CONTENDER. Deerin, Chris 721
MITZ a winner; ROAD TEST. Caven, Bill 632
MONEY; JOHN MENZIES BOOSTED BY SHOP SELL-OFF. Calder, Colin 338
MONEY; pounds 548m bid for retail giant. Frew, Callum 232
MONEY; Racing to top of the Fast 50. 212
Mr Bean strikes back; ROB MEANZ BUSINESS. Docherty, John 543
MUM `KILLED BY ABORTION' Police claim shocks family. Page, Cara 367
Nats are cashing in on the youth vote. 217
NO CAPITAL GAINS; Landlords can't cash in on Parly. Dow, Ian 366
No Pittodrie old pals act from Stewart. McGREGOR, DEREK 364
Nuke plant probe over safety slips. 96
pounds 380m IS LEFT UNDER THE BED; Britons hoard cash at home. Page, Cara 259
Prescott tells party faithful to shoot from the lip. 310
PREVIEW; WIN two top seats at the Brit Awards. MacPHAIL, CAROL 339
PRIVATE SCHOOL PUPILS CAUGHT DEALING DRUGS; Head teacher boots out four boys, 14. Laing, Peter 755
RECORD VIEW; QC Findlay's a bad loser. 443
RIEPER OUT FOR THE SEASON; D-Day for Marc in injury battle. Grahame, Ewing 364
Sandra used every witch way she could to get Nicole. Synnot, Siobhan 822
Scots duo feel heat. 138
SHETLAND COUNCIL BRANDED `ROTTEN TO THE CORE' ROW: LOCALS WANT DEWAR TO TAKE OVER AUTHORITY. Dow, Bob 1349
Softly softly; Forget twinsets - indulge yourself in the coolest wool on the planet. Black, Fiona 363
SPICE GIRLS IN PLEA TO LOST PALS; Huge search draws a blank. Arnold, Harry 471
SUPERB discovery. Caven, Bill 663
Taunts boy tried to scrub himself white. Mulford, Sarah 245
THE FULL BHOONA; Curry spice treatment boosts women who want bigger boobs. Page, Cara 383
THE LAS VEGAS OF THE NORTH; Broxburn (pop 8000) spends pounds 2m a year at the bookmakers. Macaskill, Jamie 1303
The Net; Pirates - shiver me timbres.. Low, Bob 738
THERE'S NO NTL BID ON THE TABLE. Docherty, John 261
Thief caught on camera - after 6 years. 87
THIN TIMES FOR THE RUNAWAY LAWYER; OUT OF HIDING: Liddle labours on a chicken farm as social security investigate. Martin, Steve 1061
THIS IS FOR REAL. Owen, Garry 385
Thug driver's rage at disabled man. 173
Too much good news from Ibrox. Cosgrove, Stuart 820
UPDATE; BRUCE'S SUN DOWNER. 161
UPDATE; MARSHALL THE TOP GUN. 160
VIAGRA RATION IS ONE A WEEK; IMPOTENCE ROW: DOCTORS SAY THEY'LL IGNORE DOBSON'S LIMIT. McLEAN, JIM 934
Victory for parents in row over school place. 178
Viduka: I'll sue Celtic. Jackson, Keith 544
VIKINGS TAKE THE MIKKO. Grahame, Ewing 293
VOICE OF SCOTLAND; SMOKERS ARE CONNING US ALL WITH FAG BREAKS. 1490
Warren cuts out the Bull; A moment of truth for Beatty as he hits the political trail and starts shooting from the lip. Synnot, Siobhan 1053
Warren peace; Hollywood's biggest ex-ladykiller takes a pop at ageing Lotharios in his hit new film Bulworth. Synnot, Siobhan 689
We can work it out, says Rod. 98
WELCOME TO GOVAN POLITICS, GORDON; SMEAR CAMPAIGN: Labour Holyrood candidate has to endure claims from ex-colleagues that the selection process was rigged. Deerin, Chris; McCOLM, EUAN 915
WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS. Caven, Bill 333
Will they or won't they revive ad? 110
Win or bus for John. 118
Working CLASS; RUSSELL BRAY finds the Range Rover hard to beat as a trusty old workhorse. Bray, Russell 501
YOU WON'T KID US BY PLAYING SILLY RUGGERS; Reivers blast mind games. Duncan, Roddy 541
You're so vain, you probably think this story's about you; GROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT: LOOKING GOOD IS A VERY SERIOUS BUSINESS FOR THE SELF-CONSCIOUS MAN OF THE NINETIES. Wrottesley, Catriona; Paterson, Roz 1576
Zorro star baring up to life without a man. 255

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