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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (June 5, 1999)

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'DWARF' STAR HIT ME; Comic accused of nightclub attack. Moore, Ron 277
A to Z of motoring; Future orange for royal club. 184
A true gent; Drivers of the classic MG-B were clean-cut with a fetish for corduroy. King, Conrad 685
AIDAN RELIES ON SAFFRON. 119
Airport hit by serial killer fear. 83
ALPS HERO GOES BACK TO WORK; TRUE GRIT: JAMIE LOST HIS HANDS AND LEGS BUT NOT HIS COURAGE. Macaskill, Jamie 789
Alps hero walks again. Macaskill, Jamie 139
AMERICAN EXCESS; Drink-drive lawman tries to pay fine with charge card. Milne, Shaun 299
Arbroath of fresh air; The girls sparkle. The blokes don't eat kebabs. JONATHAN TREW Glams it up in the North-east. Trew, Jonathan 1335
Bargain breaks; Some of the best holiday deals around this week. 129
Betting: Jim lifts pounds 500 prize. 394
Big Yin nearly given a kicking. 309
Big Yin, Wee Yin; The big guns give us big grins as Billy Connolly and Gail Porter return to their roots. 308
Big-fight cash up in smoke. Frew, Callum 254
BiteBack; Olive branch on offer to the critics. 241
BLAIR SENDS IN THE PARAS. Hardaker, Paul 1246
BOSS BEHIND THE PREACHER DEAL; Flak flies over bank tie-up. McCOLM, EUAN 339
Boy, 10, charged with rape of girl, 8. 84
Bruce and Demi back together a year after split. 301
Carry on camping the life and times of Dale Winton. 238
Chance to win mega Star Wars goodies. 196
CLASSIC PAY OFF FOR RAM RAIDER. Owen, Garry 410
Cocktail of the Week. 105
Courtroom brilliance after vile bigotry, but Findlay is sent reeling again. 604
Cricket: Glenn wins Sach race; AUSSIES KO INDIANS. Tracey, Ted 381
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Finding a new life in uniform. 1032
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Search for perfect partner. 908
CRITIC'S CHOICE; So you thought it was all over ... then think again. 945
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Soundalikes sing it for real. 900
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Vivid sensory experiences. 847
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Watching the poor deers. 895
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Will the Spice bubble burst? 813
DERBY PINSTICKER GUIDE; 1 ADAIR. Martin, Allister 1147
DEWAR MARK TWO; Dad Donald is the First Minister of Scotland ... Marian's a fifth-choice Euro MP in England. White, Donna 995
DRAMA of the week; Hospital Hope springs eternal. 168
English flock to Scotland for passports. 215
Events. 311
events; Fun days out for all the family. 285
EVIL HAS A NAME; Glasgow actor Ray Park revels in his role as Darth Maul, the most feared villain in the universe.. you have been warned. 603
Expansion in store for Tesco. Calder, Colin 199
FBI raid boxing boss King's HQ. 109
Fighting has cost Britain pounds 100m. Dobson, Christopher 286
FILM of the week; GOODFELLAS, Wednesday, Ch5, 10.00pm. 120
Flowers of Scotland; There's only one place for Janet Wheatcroft to be this weekend and that's at Scotland's National Garden Show in Strathclyde Park. Wheatcroft, Janet 1412
FOLIC ACID RUSH FOR MILLENNIUM BABIES. Fisher, Lorraine 228
Football: Anxious Celt to visit specialist. Grahame, Ewing 132
Football: Beware: this Danish Blue is well past its sell-by date. Cowan, Tam 1436
Football: CAROL IS OUR TOP BOSS. 1612
Football: DODDS ON SUCCESS. 250
Football: Emeka's the one and only. 398
Football: GILLS WANT REPLAY OVER REF ROW. 104
Football: Guivarc'h kicks off Ibrox sale. Traynor, James 225
Football: Hills Line of the Week. 129
Football: I'll make Scots pay for my hell. 258
Football: JEFF POISED TO CLINCH A FAB DEAL; Leclerq wants to link with Adam. Campbell, Iain 374
Football: Larsson fury at English snipers. McCARTHY, DAVID 599
Football: LEARNING THE HARD WAY; Celts ace Mjallby knows he must tone down his tough-guy approach. McCARTHY, DAVID 1376
Football: New schools of thought are needed at SFA; TAYLOR MUST TACKLE BIGOTS. Cameron, Alex 923
Football: NO EXCUSES; It's not down to the pitch or the weather Craig, you must get us three points. Jackson, Keith 806
Football: PAUL INSPIRES TWO TALES OF ONE CITY; Dickov's late show was in the Manchester script. Haggerty, Anthony 713
Football: Scots glory after stroke of the Burch; SCOTLAND UNDER-21s 1 N IRELAND UNDER-21s 1. Haggerty, Anthony 411
Football: Special Brew clinches Euro slot. 172
Football: SPL set to expand. 216
Football: Swedes could turn Kev's fine romance sour. Gardner, John 472
Football: The Cosgrove Challenge. 164
Football: Van's the man for Dutch. 103
Football: Watford gap too big. 162
Football: We can't win .. but we don't dare lose. Jackson, Keith 1201
Football: We'll put upstarts in their place. 170
Football: We'll put upstarts in their place. 248
Football: WE'VE ALL ENDED UP WINNERS. Sinclair, Paul 1844
Football: YOU WON'T GET ME OUT OF TANNADICE; McLean blast at UFC buy-out bid. Campbell, Iain 400
Friends tell of the signs of trouble that followed the family's move to Scotland. McELAN, GRACE 409
Get up and Goa. Spavin, Vicky 1325
Golf: Matthew's just the Cat's whiskers. Rankin, Dale 383
Golf: Storm plans mother of all victories. Rankin, Dale 383
Golf: Super kid Sergio can terrify Yanks; MONTY PLEA FOR GARCIA. McGUIRE, BERNIE 627
Grill thrills Fatman & Robin; Holy fishcakes! No food at the Arthouse Hotel is safe from our cuisine crusader. Cowan, Tam 1106
Guess who wears the trousers in our house?; Caroline Quentin, 39, shares a joke with boyfriend Tom, 27. Paterson, Roz 830
Hague: No need to join the euro. Deerin, Chris 229
Heal be a hero; ALWAYS AND EVERYONE. Driscoll, Rob 1238
Holed out in bunker; Ian and Brenda McKenzie and kids Alastair, 16, and Fiona, 14, from Linlithgow, spent a day at Scotland's Secret Bunker. 744
Horse Racing: Royal trip for Torgau. 166
Horse Racing: STANOTT. 90
I watched helplessly as my friend slipped away. 226
If you're listening out for something compact and bijou we can help. Wilson, Pam 532
INNS&OUT; Who's opening and who's closing in the restaurant trade. Trew, Jonathan 258
It's a family affair for Mark and his perfect dad; Barman of the Week. 261
It's only 4pm but the Stones are warming up for Murrayfield.. Dingwall, John 467
It's only rock 'n' roll and a few beers... but Ronnie likes it; GETTIN' SATISFACTION: STONES GO ON THE BOOZE AT 4PM. Dingwall, John 393
It's right, right, right for Neil; IF IT'S YOUR BIRTHDAY... Ewart, Lynne 397
JARGONBUSTERS N IS FOR. 174
JERRY FAKED IT. Fulton, Rick 412
JOIN THE HOUSE PARTY; Master to ring the Bell. Brown), Garry Owen (Gordon 596
KIM'S GIRL GIVES US STRENGTH TO SURVIVE; HEARTBREAK AND HOPE: GRANDPARENTS FACE DAUNTING TASK OF BRINGING UP KILLER'S TWO-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER. Smith, Anna 1213
Lemon aid for the pud; It was the age of steam - of rich and gooey puddings served up by school dinner ladies and often consigned to the bin. But here's a confection that would have been top the class. Boyd, Angus 891
LIFE - AND TIMES - AT THE CUTTING EDGE. 147
Madonna did nothing for me. 302
Master of the Universe; Actor Liam Neeson alsways dreamed of playing a cowboy in the movies. Now as Jedi Knight Qui-Gon Jinn, he says he's fulfilling his fantasy - as a cowboy in space. 669
Millennium life; Montrose the magnificent. Collier, Andrew 1208
MO'S COURAGE WILL HELP ME SURVIVE TUMOUR; Flamboyant MP's inspiration. 336
Motor Sport: I can be Greece lightning. 204
must have; Cool shades. Barr, Kelly Cooper 207
My perfect weekend; Sea me, I put myself into snooze control. Randall, Tim 931
No Manuel labour. Shields, Bob 975
Oh my god, Joan Collins likes me. Randall, Tim 1283
On the brew. 351
Our Ian was the perfect son and we thought he was married to the perfect wife. McLEAN, GRACE 568
PLANT OF THE WEEK FOXGLOVES; At peace among the gleaming spires. Wheatcroft, Janet 352
Power surge lines up trouble for city firms. 245
PROBLEM PAGE: Dad beat me up ... but mum won't tell; Scotland's best-loved agony aunt offers one reader advice and gives you the chance to share your own experience. Burnie, Joan 2069
Pub music. 364
PUNTERS SET FOR AN EARLY BOOST. 272
Quinn hopes Lucido can be the icing on the cake. Owen, Garry 368
Real-life hero tried to break up screen fight. 141
RECORD VIEW; Bank's veto is long overdue. 473
Refugees can stay here as long as they like. Page, Cara 272
Shadwicks set for the Brookie boot. Brown, Merle 712
SHOWBIZ SAM; The man In The Know. 571
Shrine like a star on the Net; Big in Hollywood? You aren't a real celeb until you are worshipped on the Web. 777
SOAP of the week; EMMERDALE, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, ITV, 7.00pm. 84
SOPHIE'S A-Z WEDDING LIST; Ultimate guide to the Royal love match. Nugent, Emma 137
SORRY MUM; Wife weeps as she gets life for murdering PC in his sleep. Smith, Anna; McLEAN, GRACE 1605
Speedway: Sanchez's sparkling Tiger feat. Gill, Steve 130
Spice of life turns sour for Mel; MELANIE G SPECIAL. Spavin, Vicky 661
Sports Update: Drake: We won't duck out now; UPDATE. 311
Sports Update: Drake: We won't duck this one; UPDATE. 311
Star Trippers; Psssst! Wanna buy a Millennium Falcon? Corellian freighter, two not-so-careful owners. Car pyschologist Conrad King checks out the coolest craft. King, Conrad 780
Stranger in paradise; Pullman's in Coatbridge is perfect for the non-local to people- watch. Brown, Merle 1069
Struck-off legal pair want pounds 3m damages. Caven, Bill 273
Sweet dreams are madeover like this...; With a little style, you can transform where you rest your head from just a pillow and duvet. Ensor, Nan 1188
Tears as a true Scots hero went to scaffold. 471
TECHLIFE Q&A. 263
Ten years for a policeman who raped Scout troop girl. Mulford, Sarah 257
Tennis racquets will top the wedding cake; The last royal wedding of the century will not be a lavish public affair. But Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones are determined to do things their way. Nugent, Emma 1944
Tennis: I'D HAVE DIED HAPPY AFTER A DAY LIKE THIS; Andrei is dead set on glory. Haynes, Frank 550
The Fandom Menace. 109
THE GIRL WHO WOULD BE; Al Pacino, Glenn Close Jack Nicholson, and now Ewan McGregor. In her 17 years Natalie Portman has already notched up an impressive Hollywood CV. McLEAN, JIM 692
THE GOAT DID IT; E Coli source is identified as nine more kids go down with bug. Martin, Stephen 633
Three murderers go to the gallows as a final plea for mercy is rejected. 455
TOYSTORE WARS. 670
Trigger-happy men of the KLA ready to fight war without end. Hall, Allan 432
UNIVERSE CHALLENGE; How much do you know about Star Wars? May the force be with you in our super quiz... 935
US ban on EU foods. 122
VOICE OF SCOTLAND; Camelot cash can ease Kosovo pain. 755
We'll go it alone over pay say Scots doctors. McLEAN, JIM 410
WED IN THE NICK OF TIME; Manchester United's pounds 6m star in dash from cell to altar after bust-up at lap-dancing club. Daniels, Bill 1117
WEDDING TIMETABLE. 224
WHEN I GROW UP I WANT TO BE VADER; He may only be 10, but Jake Loyd is well on his way to becoming a film superstar thanks to the Dark side of the Force. 623
Will we ever see the light?; Star Wars has cutting edge technology we might make work in the new millennium says science writer Jim McLean. McLEAN, JIM 723
Win a trip to the fair city of Dublin; contest. 413
Wine rack. Walls, Trevor 222
With my mean machines, who needs a car?; Me and my diggers. 315
X -PAT IS BACK; Sci-fi sex symbol returns to her roots for film in Glasgow .. about New York. Fulton, Rick 723
YOU'RE TUTU SMELLY; Ballerinas' shoes beat dirty rugby boots for nasty whiffs. McLEAN, JIM 514
You've got it mud. Spavin, Vicky 827
Your Festival Guide for `99. 212

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