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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (June 26, 1999)

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[3] TENNIS: Who can cut a dash in the court of king Samp-grass?; THE LAWN RANGER: PISTOL PETE POWERS THROUGH BUT BRILLIANT BRITS COULD STILL MAKE HIM GO TONTO. Docherty, John 871
50% OFF QUALITY HOTEL BREAKS. 216
A dull sparkler; Diamonds Are Forever ITV, 8.30pm - 10.50pm. 200
A to Z of motoring; Speed thrills on the road. 204
Adie hit by 'hate campaign'. 108
After Leah we could not bear to see our son suffer; SANCTUARY AT LAST: THE BETTS FAMILY ON WHY THEY SOUGHT A HAVEN IN SCOTLAND. White, Donna 1308
AL AT ODDS; JC SHOULD GET A GRIP. Martin, Allister 631
Amanda's just a class apart; Amanda Redman uses her feline charms to the full to keep her pupils in line in her latest role as a teacher, says ROB DRISCOLL. Driscoll, Rob 1305
AMERICAN FOOTBALL: DRAGONS FIRED UP. 147
ARLENE CASE MAN IS FINED pounds 1500 ON SHOTGUN CHARGES; Sheriff says he didn't care about law. Mulford, Sarah 384
At the heart of the storm; Twister Week BBC 1, 7.00pm. 397
ATHLETICS: LIFE IN THE FAST LANE; Ian's bid to join elite group of track stars. Cameron, Alex 1135
ATHLETICS: Question irked Wells a Liddell. 201
BBC to screen insight into the Old Firm hatred. McDOUGAL, DAN 260
Being bowled over by the fairer sex is just not cricket; Cricket Roadshow Channel 4, 10.00am. 422
Blood, sweat and monkeys; Ainsley's Big Cook Out BBC 2, 8.30pm. 414
BOY, 14, DIES OF HEART ATTACK; Mum finds him after collapse. Martin, Stephen 409
Boy, 7, dies after being hit by taxi. 116
BOY, EIGHT HID DIARY OF ABUSE IN WALLS OF HOME; LAWYER'S POIGNANT FIND. Dow, Bob 379
Branson takes on the world ... again. 266
BULLIES DRIVE MICHELLE, 13, TO OVERDOSE; DESPERATE: GIRL'S CRY FOR HELP. Mulford, Sarah 313
Bungles at pounds 10m drug trial. 108
CAN MO MAKE THEM LISTEN?; High-pressure peace talks may be final role for gutsy Mowlam. Oliver, Ted 854
Chill out on salad days; Here's a deliciously fruity little number that is very easy to prepare, is packed full of goodness and will go down a treat with even the fussiest of eaters. Boyd, Angus 1031
Clapton guitar sells for pounds 311,000. 233
Cocktail of the Week. 100
Contest; Save pounds 30 on Pleasure in Blackpool. 280
Cyber split hardly PC for children. 117
Diamonds are Argyll's best friends. 175
Douglas has a degree of satisfaction in the Sky; Barman of the Week. 270
DOWN TO EARTH: A gardener's notebook. 303
DRAMA of the week; ALWAYS AND EVERYONE, Monday, ITV, 9.00pm. 346
DYKE TEARS UP PARTY CARD TO RUN 'BBC FUN' New boss: I'll be impartial. Thompson, David 671
Ed and Sophie stay for the sun. 152
Emergency summit on runaway Rev. 82
Even faster food. 198
Events. 321
Events; Fun days out for all the family. 303
Family love was so special. 351
FLOWER CHILD: STAR HAS A BALL AS ROCK FANS FLOCK TO GLASTONBURY; I'm so hippy it's not chucking it down. 158
FOOTBALL: Anelka U-turn on Lazio move. 321
FOOTBALL: Celts Greek bid off. Haggerty, Anthony 123
FOOTBALL: Celts target Eyal in Hammers quit plea. McGREGOR, DEREK; Campbell, Iain 591
FOOTBALL: CURT IN THE ACT; Gers want Woody if the price is right. Duncan, Colin 521
FOOTBALL: Gillies link is a load of Bul. McGREGOR, DEREK 197
FOOTBALL: I would still be at Dundee United if wee Tam had stayed in charge; KJELL'S SAD TANNADICE GOOD TIMES ARE FINISHED. McGREGOR, DEREK 893
FOOTBALL: I'd swap seeing Gers' title party for Goombay Dance Band ticket. Cowan, Tam 1404
FOOTBALL: IT'S A GRAND OLD TEAM TO PAY FOR; Fans in Paradise as Kenny plots his new spree. Duncan, Colin 1576
FOOTBALL: JAMBOS KIT AND MISS. 172
FOOTBALL: No equal pay unless there is equal play; WAGES MUST BE REALISTIC. Cameron, Alex 948
FOOTBALL: NO GALA DAYS FOR BANKIES. Sinclair, Paul 434
FOOTBALL: ROA QUITS .. TO KEEP THE FAITH. Sinclair, Paul 184
FOOTBALL: RULE SWITCH MAY HELP JAGS SIGN JACOBS. Haggerty, Anthony 427
FOOTBALL: STURROCK WINS BATTLE FOR FERRAZ. Campbell, Iain 232
Frank's hairdresser is a Thatcher fan. McDOUGAL, DAN 321
FRENCH FANCY FOR DOUBLE. 325
Fresh bid for Scottish Six. 110
Friday on my mind; A bar based around that lazy weekend feeling has our girl reeling. Brown, Merle 969
GARDENERS' Q&A. 270
Glowing spud on guard. 89
GO ON MATE. 308
Go to seed and reap rewards; Self-seeders get a bad press, but with a little care, anyone with a limited budget and a lot of space to fill should go for them and let nature take its course, writes JANETWHEATCROFT. Wheatcroft, Janet; Chudziak, Bill 1328
GOLF: Americans win the battle to lure Ernie away from Europe. 191
GOLF: Gillies is Colin the shots after his Tartan Tour victory. 166
GOLF: IT'S A PIECE OF CAKE FOR DAVID; Birthday boy storms in front. Rankin, Dale 460
GOLF: WIN HOTLINE: 0901 563 8204; VIP trips to the Loch Lomond Invitational. 242
Heat is on for 999 call bosses. 278
Holyrood aides will cost pounds 1m. 154
INNS & OUT; Who's opening and who's closing in the restaurant trade. Trew, Jonathan 284
JARGONBUSTERS R is for. 178
Jeep day return for Viking Marit; REUNITED: NORWEGIAN DRIVES ARMY VEHICLE TO PICK UP BOYFRIEND. 281
JUDGE UNDER FIRE AS MURDER CASE PAIR ARE FREED; IN DOCK AGAIN: APPEAL BLOW FOR LORD DAWSON. McILWRAITH, GORDON 418
JUDI 0UITS SHOW TO FLY HOME TO SICK HUSBAND; CONCERN: SHOWBIZ COUPLE REUNITED AFTER HEALTH SCARE. Dowdney, Mark 484
Just gran and bear it; Babylon has an ancient Egyptian theme and some of its clientele are no spring chickens either, says JACK BRESHLYN. Breshlyn, Jack 1624
KEY DATES IN STRUGGLE FOR PEACE. 199
King set to complete the big race double. 190
KOSOVO SCOT IN DOCK ON MURDER RAP; Sailor accused of killing man. Aitken, Vivienne 285
LAD SET TO LAND TREBLE. 256
Law change plea as hi-tech pirates pull in pounds 350m. 91
Life at the cutting edge. 132
Living in the pasta; Fiat Seicento owners could have been contenders, but they never got the breaks. King, Conrad 601
Lounge wizards; The winners of our pounds 2000 Behar carpet competition, Jan and Harry Hamilton thought their sitting-room was already perfect. So could designer Laura Gill make any improvements? 1134
LOVE'S ODD COUPLES; How age gaps and culture contrasts need not be barriers. Paterson, Roz 910
MacDonald clan was an easy target for its foes. 445
Me and my car: Hugh Scully; My magnificent Seven is an old master. 319
MOBILE MAST MENACE; Secret report links phone signals with cancer in children. McLEAN, JIM 560
Money; COMPUTER FIRM PULLS THE PLUG. Calder, Colin 289
Money; Insurance firms hit the poor. 106
More pomp, less modesty please. Shields, Bob 785
MOTOR RACING: Coul: I can be new British hero. Haynes, Frank 299
MR FIXIT; DON'T ARGE IN IF PRICE TEMPTS YOU. Jain, Paul 421
Must Have; Gucci-style leather crop jacket. Barr, Kelly Cooper 225
No Widows windfalls this year. 82
OMAGH BRIDE: VICTIM SANDY WALKS AGAIN ... DOWN AISLE. 229
On the brew. 363
OUR GUY GARY; It's curtains for DIY expert Gary McIntyre as he makes tracking for bay windows. 313
Our parents were the real miracles; Disabled William and Sadie Hall could not walk. But they shattered the conventional wisdom of the day by daring to have three babies. White, Donna 1517
Out of this world; Ghost BBC1, 11.55pm - 1.55am. 228
Parade puts gollywogs back on the frontline; WE'RE NO RACISTS: TOWN'S FESTIVAL HITS BACK AT THE CRITICS. Fairburn, Robert 577
Pilots fall asleep at 30,000ft. 115
PLANT OF THE WEEK: ROSA MOYESII. 274
Plotter Craig is on the ball; STAR BIRTHDAY: CRAIG BROWN. 388
PM piles pressure on Adams bids to finally rid Ulster of the threat of violence. Thompson, David 667
Pomp and circumstance; State Opening Of The Scottish Parliament BBC 1, 10.30am. 941
Pounds 100,000 Bingo. 127
pounds 200,000 for race row fire boss. 160
Problem Page: I'd rather pay for sex than a night out. Burnie, Joan 2122
Pub music. 371
Putting the bite into cooking; Fresh Food BBC 2, 8.30pm. 447
Real designs on your home; Real Rooms BBC 1, 11.30am. 475
RECORD VIEW; Answer calls for real probe. 457
REM's Michael Stipe Saturday, BBC Radio 1, 1pm. 534
Revealed: Kidnap hell of kids' TV megastar. White, Stephen 311
ROCK FESTIVAL 'IN CRISIS' Blur express fears over ticket sales for Scots event. Dingwall, John 389
RUGBY: AXE FOR SURVIVAL BID. 140
RUGBY: Reds' better days ahead. Duncan, Roddy 418
RUGBY: Sting in tail fires Telfer; MATCH REPORT - NFS GRIFFONS 24 SCOTLAND 38. Duncan, Roddy 472
Rustling up a cuddle is just the perfect starter for me; With a schedule which keeps him apart from his family more than he likes, top chef Ainsley Harriot talks to TIM RANDALL about the recipe for his happy marriage. Randall, Tim 755
Sacked police cleared after four-year fight. 113
Scaling dizzy heights; BARBARA; Sunday, ITV, 8.00pm. 1384
Scots MP faces court over dam deal secrets. Aitken, Vivienne 175
Selina: the lost years...; As TV's golden girl in the 1980s, Selina Scott earned millions on both sides of the Atlantic. But what drove her to a reclusive life tending the garden of her Perthshire farmhouse? Rafferty, Jean 1864
SHEEP CELLS MAN PRAISED - THEN FINED; FINED: KIDS' DOC WASN'T REGISTERED. Frew, Callum 374
Shop till you bop. Brown, Merle 1401
Shops zap prices of computer games. Harrison, Tracey 303
Show us the money. 437
Showbiz Sam. Sam, Showbiz 584
SIMPLE CEREMONY FOR HUMBLE HUME; CARDINAL'S FUNERAL: BLAIR AND AHERN JOIN HUNDREDS OF MOURNERS. Antonowicz, Anton 434
Singer Patti wins pounds 15,000 over slurs. 144
Slapper who is never a drag; LILY SAVAGE'S BLANKETY BLANK. Spavin, Vicky 698
Slaughter of the innocents; The Glencoe Massacre, an act of cold-blooded evil, is the darkest and most shameful chapter in Scottish history. Collier, Andrew 1399
SPIRITUALLY UPLIFTING; Scots kirk moved to Japan, brick by brick. Moore, Ron 370
SPORTS UPDATE: UPDATE; Joe: We won't be Beven sent. 356
STARS SNUB PARLIAMENT; Big names stay away from grand opening. Deerin, Chris 639
Steamy fun; Cindy Lawlor took her kids Emily and Richie MacDonald and niece Aimee to the Singing Kettle. 827
Summer of Net's discount tents ..; Stuck at home this year? The Web can virtually get you outdoors - and find you a nice grill, too. Low, Bob 726
Sun keeps Ed and Sophie in Scotland. Dow, Bob 171
TECHLIFE Q&A. 269
TENNIS: Anna in fan scare. Docherty, John 115
TENNIS: ANNA ON VENUS FLY TRAP ALERT; Williams lying in wait to snap up Russian. 1069
TENNIS: Brat back with a smile. 261
TENNIS: Brit pack fight on. Docherty, John 457
TENNIS: Crock calls time on sad Kafelnikov. 172
TENNIS: DAY FIVE RESULTS. 465
TENNIS: Hard-hitting women gaining on men. 102
TENNIS: IT'S TIM FOR REVENGE. Docherty, John 229
TENNIS: King hits out in wages row. 257
TENNIS: No hard Graf as win Macs Steffi's day. 389
TENNIS: Seles seen off by new teen queen. 244
TENNIS: Who can cut a dash in the court of king Samp-grass?; THE LAWN RANGER: PISTOL PETE POWERS THROUGH BUT BRILLIANT BRITS COULD STILL MAKE HIM GO TONTO. Docherty, John 871
The man with a tan is back; Des O'Connor Tonight ITV, 8.00pm. 445
Tragic Gurkhas on way home. Dowdney, Mark 324
Transport expert's fears over toll tax. 276
Tumours, cancers and blackouts in a 20-mile radius; MOBILE PHONE FEAR: EXPERT CALLS FOR BAN OVER CANCER HOTSPOTS. McLEAN, JIM 484
We put the squeeze on a range of orange juices to splash out on. 527
We'll meat again. Cowan, Tam 1283
We're so glad someone has finally woken up to the danger. 287
What A Wonderful World; Jemma Grant, 10, and her brother, Jack, eight, couldn't believe their Donald Duck when they heard they were going on holiday to Florida. 986
What's hot; Ready for take off? We've got all the latest travel gossip. 201
Whatever happened to; LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY 1977 onwards. 276
Will we ever find out who raped Nikki? Brown, Merle 684
Wine rack. Walls, Trevor 229
Yard plea to Robertson. 82

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