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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (July 17, 1999)

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'I did not collapse, I simply tripped'. McDOUGALL, DAN 333
999 crash car 'came from nowhere'. 180
A to Z of motoring; Suspension is thrilling. 215
ALEX CAMERON; McGinn and his chocolate soldiers should melt away once and for all. Cameron, Alex 1400
Anorexia girl found will to live. 178
Barman of the Week; Donnie has got a flare for working in '70s bar. 280
Battling parent stops school merger. Aitken, Vivienne 336
BEN COPS SEARCHED POND THREE TIMES; 11 hours to find drowned tot. Frew, Callum 460
Binman is crushed in the back of his truck. McDOUGALL, DAN 160
BiteBack; Fair dinkum, cobber. 317
Blair's daughter was victim of Press intrusion. Thompson, David 253
BOMBER REACHES FOR THE SKY 54 YEARS ON. Frew, Callum 209
BOOZE BARON JAILED OVER pounds 1.6m SCAM; DUTY FREE FRAUD: Locked up for six years after Customs grab illicit liquor. Beaton, Charles 904
BOY WILL STILL FACE TORCH DEATH TRIAL. Martin, Stephen 744
BOY WILL STILL FACE TORCH DEATH TRIAL; RELIEF: PARENTS OF TRAGIC CHARLES, 9, WELCOME NEW LEGAL MOVE. Martin, Stephen 571
Breaks put on bargains. Spavin, Vicky 1021
BUNGLE BANK GAVE ANDY pounds 79,000. Dow, Bob 308
Bungling bank pays Andy pounds 79,000 by mistake. Dow, Bob 299
Cancer teacher has her sick pay cut off. McLEAN, GRACE 238
Clinton set to fly in to save peace deal. Dillon, Jo 289
Cocktail of the Week. 98
contest; Win a great weekend oop North. 359
Court lifts care bills threat from NHS. Fairburn, Robert 199
CURSED BY THE MOON. 1733
Cyberspace is bigger than you imagined. 486
DJ Steve set for divorce. 83
DOWN TO EARTH: A gardener's notebook. 308
DRAMA of the week; BAD GIRLS, Tuesday, ITV, 9.00pm. 201
DRIVER STUNG AT 90mph; Stolen car raced on for five miles after police spikes shredded tyres. Aitken, Vivienne 256
Drug-dealing TV star freed after seven weeks; PRISON RELEASE: BUT LONDON'S BURNING ACTOR WILL BE TAGGED. Ellin, Tony 303
events. 341
events; Fun days out for all the family. 337
FAIR'S FAIR SAY SCOTS SCOTS BACK HAGUE OVER VOTE BAN IN COMMONS; MESSAGE TO MPs: STAY OUT OF ENGLISH BUSINESS EXCLUSIVE POLL: OUR MPS 'SHOULD STAY OUT OF ENGLISH AFFAIRS'. Deerin, Chris 833
Fear spurs us into doing long hours. 130
Fears for TV cook Jennifer. 174
Fears over rise in teen suicides. 144
FILMof the week; JAWS, Saturday, BBC 1, 9.00pm. 204
Focus on maternal instincts; Mothers Accused Channel 4, 11.35pm. 948
FOOD LIFE; Success on a platter. Boyd, Angus 961
FOOTBALL: BARNES' STORMERS!; Viduka hits hat-trick as Celts dump the Danes. Jackson, Keith 839
FOOTBALL: Carbone will sweat for a move. 146
FOOTBALL: Celts wait for ruling on Old Firm mayhem. Grahame, Ewing 435
FOOTBALL: Dens kid's big break. 93
FOOTBALL: DICK'S PUT DON; Playing Aberdeen is just like going to Morton - Advocaat. McCARTHY, DAVID 497
FOOTBALL: Dons look at Blades star Kelly. McGREGOR, DEREK 228
FOOTBALL: HAMMY HAS A YOUNG UP-FRONT DONS RIVAL; JIM'S BACK ON STRIKE. McGREGOR, DEREK 543
FOOTBALL: Harry calls a halt after Paulo deal. Marshall, Alan 414
FOOTBALL: HOTSHOT VIDUKA IS SMILES BETTER NOW HE'S BACK AMONG FRIENDS. Jackson, Keith 711
FOOTBALL: I'M HAPPY FOR THE COACH TO BAWL ME OUT; NEEDS SOME DISCIPLINE: NEW RANGER MICHAEL MOLS. McCARTHY, DAVID 1105
FOOTBALL: I'M WITH FRIENDS NOW; Hungry Viduka settled at last. Jackson, Keith 1297
FOOTBALL: Jack's the lad for Eck. 84
FOOTBALL: JOHN WANTS TO MAKE IT PARTY TIME AT ROVERS. Haggerty, Anthony 934
FOOTBALL: Livvy are ready to Motor. Haggerty, Anthony 166
FOOTBALL: MACKAY RINGS CHANGES IN RUGBY REVIEW. Duncan, Roddy 236
FOOTBALL: Mathie strikes seal win. 97
FOOTBALL: Now it's Fabien Lecrock; NO HAMPDEN DEBUT FOR INJURED JAMBO. Stephen, Kenneth 370
FOOTBALL: ROBBO'S IN WITH THE OUT-CROWD; DAVID'S SET FOR A LEEDS DEPARTURE. 581
FOOTBALL: The making of Captain Goram. Duncan, Colin 656
FOOTBALL: Tribunal's Forrest ire at Airdrie. 138
FOOTBALL: VIDUKA TREBLE AS NEW CELTIC SIZZLE. Jackson, Keith 400
FOOTBALL: Williamson shrugs off big defeats. Grahame, Ewing 509
FOOTBALL: Young 'tore up' Gav deal. 108
Forcing docs back to school. 84
Free hotel offer lures Scots bus drivers to England. Fairburn, Robert 291
FURY AS BONDI THUG IS CLEARED OF BRIT KILLING; GRIEF AND DISBELIEF: AUSTRALIAN LAWYERS FAIL TO PROVE TOURIST WAS PUSHED UNDER BUS. Dowdney, Mark 604
GARDENERS' Q&A. 181
Giant bed bugs put the bite on Britain. Yates, Nathan 238
GOLF: CARNOUSTIE LEADERBOARD. 549
GOLF: CRUELLEST CUT; Carnoustie beast chews up golfing superstars. Sinclair, Paul 871
GOLF: DIFFERENT CLASS; Duck flies to the top of the bill. Tracey, Ted 874
GOLF: Duck flies to the top of the bill. 112
GOLF: Fife is Jean's own magic kingdom. 362
GOLF: First missed cut for furious Faldo. Rankin, Dale 374
GOLF: I NEED A BREAK. Campbell, Iain 640
GOLF: JEAN'S FRENCH POLISH. 158
GOLF: LAWRIE'S SET TO DELIVER; Local hero Paul is on right road to home in. Campbell, Iain 1113
GOLF: Moody Monty blows his top .. and his chance. Campbell, Iain 522
GOLF: NOW IT'S ALL DOWN TO LUCK OF THE DRAW. Sinclair, Paul 502
GOLF: NOW IT'S ALL DOWN TO LUCK OF THE DRAW. Sinclair, Paul 364
GOLF: Rocca cuts up course. 190
GOLF: Rodney's rout of his mind. 131
GOLF: Stormin' Norman on the conquest trail once more. Sinclair, Paul 1247
GOLF: Woosie still in with a shout. 232
Grobbelaar 'polluted the fountain of justice'. Shaw, Adrian 261
Her ayes on the prize; Aisling O'Sullivan, comes over all Caledonian in her latest role, says DAPHNE LOCKYER. Lockyer, Daphne 747
HOLIDAY SCOTS FLY INTO CHAOS IN GREAT ESCAPE; Fair weekend rush leaves travellers facing delays. Moore, Ron 635
HOW EDWARD BROKE LAW ON HONEYMOON. Gardham, Magnus 319
How the case will be held. 207
How the unique case will progress. 223
Huntsman in cruelty probe to keep post. Fairburn, Robert 194
I FEEL ILL, MUM; Babies signed up for classes in gymnastics. Jamieson, Alastair 609
I WAS DEGRADED BY RAIL CRASH TEST. Miller, Fiona 356
INNS & OUTS; Who's opening and who's closing in the restaurant trade. Trew, Jonathan 286
It's shore to please; Paula McMahon, her children, Stephanie, eight, Thomas, three, and friend, Kimberley, eight, set sail for the Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine. Brown, Merle 704
JARGONBUSTERS U is for. 179
Lady of the manor is locked up. Lakeman, Geoff 257
Laura's touch of virtual genius; The Scots star of the summer's hit teen movie has been in bed with DiCaprio. Laura Fraser will go far... Morgan, Kathleen 1265
Let's cook on the bright side. Ensor, Nan 1256
Libya in pounds 20m jet blast payout. 92
LIFE AT THE CUTTING EDGE. 163
Living with two families; Stepkids Channel 4, 9.30pm. 973
Me and my car; Phil Gayle. 328
Men are just like biscuits; Love In Leeds Channel 4, 9.00pm. 927
MILLENNIUM LIFE; The Jacobites' glorious failure. Collier, Andrew 1727
Mire straits for McRae; UPDATE. 575
MONEY; Allied in Punch talks. 99
MONEY; Capital losing the store wars. Caven, Bill 272
Movie mogul on drugs charges. 97
Munch bunch are a Scream; You'll have a wail of a time at Edinburgh fun pub - The Tron. Trew, Jonathan 1205
must have; The bikini. Barr, Kelly Cooper 240
my perfect weekend; I love to eat but our plants prefer to drink and be merry. Wolsey, Terry 781
No missions without money. 380
Old Firm rivals team up for trip to the sun. Aitken, Vivienne 202
On the brew. Young, Gregor; Inglis, Ken 304
One small step for man ... 1005
OP CHOICE ANGUISH OF HEART SWAP GIRL'S DAD. Houston, Simon 548
OUR GUY GARY. Mcintyre, Gary 346
Party on, dudes; Sharon Black and her fianc Alex Duncan were at home on the range when they spent a weekend at a ranch in Colorado. 1418
Phoebe wants a baby; Friends Ch4, Friday, 9.00pm. 168
PLANT OF THE WEEK; AGAPANTHUS. 375
PLEASE FACE UP TO THE TRUTH, PAULA; Yesterday Paula Yates denied her dramatic collapse was due to drink or drugs but here JOAN BURNIE, who used to work with her, begs the rock widow to get help before she loses everything. Burnie, Joan 897
POLICE FIND GUN HOARD AFTER FEUDING OAP DIES; 69-year-old loner who died after street brawl had secret arsenal. Moore, Ron 568
pounds 600million heist at Millennium. 111
Pub music. 316
Raid alert at MSP's office. 84
Rail bosses bid to ease chaos for fans army; LURID LIFE: OPEN BLONDE HAS LAP-DANCED ACROSS EUROPE. 169
RECORD VIEW; A chilling reminder. 351
Reid denies Dewar supremacy battle. Deerin, Chris 345
Rhythm is a dancer. Breshlyn, Jackie 1391
ROCK OF AGES; Pop poll divas triumph over younger stars. McLEAN, GRACE 567
Roger Can't Explain his dealings; The Bill ITV, Thursday, 9.00pm. 240
Saturday Snapshots; Glee In The Park. 362
SCOTS BACK HAGUE OVER VOTE BAN IN COMMONS; EXCLUSIVE POLL: OUR MPS 'SHOULD STAY OUT OF ENGLISH AFFAIRS'. Deerin, Chris 627
SHOWBIZ SAM. Sam, Showbiz 560
SMASHED. Beaton, Charles 960
Smoking gets up your nose; Tobacco Wars BBC 1, 10.20pm. 963
Soap rapped for Di storyline. 82
Soap watch; Sam's back and she's annoying. Brown, Merle 703
SOUNDS OF THE WEEK. 189
SPORTS UPDATE: Mire straits for McRae; UPDATE. 561
STAR BIRTHDAY: EVELYN GLENNIE; Evelyn marches to her own beat. Ewart, Lynne 403
Star Wars: The biggest ever. 94
STYLE FILE. 97
Sun, sea, sand and the other; Ibiza Uncovered Channel 4, 11.05pm. 861
Superbug OAP loses life fight. 90
Swimwear that makes sunblock redundant. 188
Take a leaf out of my notebook; Never rely on your memory when it comes to new plant names and ideas - jot down all the details for future reference, says JANET WHEATCROFT. Wheatcroft, Jean 1271
TANTRUMS TIARAS AND TREACHERY; THAT'S WHY THEY CALL IT THE BLUES: SIR ELTON'S FORMER MANAGER JOHN REID ADMITS HE'S STUNNED BY STAR'S OUTBURST OVER POP EMPIRE FINANCES. Brown, Annie 1544
TECHLIFE Q&A. 247
Terminator Arnie in tears as he kills family pet; NATURE OF THE BEAST: STREETS EMPTY AS SHAVED DOG GOES WALKIES. McLEAN, GRACE 292
THE CHEAT'S WARDROBE; We asked our team of testers to find out if the days of polishing and ironing are really over for good. Paterson, Roz 959
The gift of the Gaby; Poised princess of TV Gaby Roslin was once an ugly duckling, as she tells TIM RANDALL. Randall, Tim 1056
THE HARDEST DECISION I'VE EVER HAD TO MAKE; Anguish of heart swap girl's dad. Houston, Simon 821
THE LION THING; Nature of the beast:Streets empty as shaven dog goes walkies. White, Stephen 326
The not so good food guide; Really Good Food ITV, 8.30pm. 927
The single life that's left men behaving sadly. Harrison, Tracey 809
THE STRIPPER WHO TRIED TO TAKE ON TIGER; She lands in court. McCARTNEY, BRIAN; Dow, Bob 440
Toons of glory on the Net; The next generation of TV's top cartoons have hit a Flash point on the World Wide Web. Low, Bob 874
VOICE OF SCOTLAND; Cash problem is a bit rich, Elton. 896
What has sacks appeal and what gets our; backs up in the world of day packs. Wilson, Pam 494
What'shot; Ready for take off? We've got all the latest travel gossip. 260
Whatever happened to. 280
Why I'm desperate to grow old with the girl of my dreams. Mallon, Margaret 247
Why should Spanish speak fluent Govan?; Brits abroad avoid a culture clash with a taste of home sweet home. Shields, Bob 1041
Wills power; Prince William's Golf GT TDi looks respectable but goes like stonk. King, Conrad 663
wine rack. Walls, Trevor 216
Workers to name and shame low pay bosses. McLEAN, GRACE 567
You'll never Roo the day; Nostradamus nearly had it right. Okay, the world is still spinning, but Tam DIDN'T have room for dessert. Cowan, Tam 983
YOUR LIFE; We're so desperate to see our son's boys. Burne, Joan 2023

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