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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (June 9, 1999)

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`36-hour' day that adds to relative burden. 422
140mph road racers are jailed for 60 days. 243
15 minutes later four of them were dead. Hall, Allan 1388
800 DIE; Serb troops caught by full blast of giant bomber's payload. Macaskill, Jamie 964
Asylum U-turn sees off Labour rebellion. 119
Axed mum-to-be wins job battle. 110
Back to work after pounds 8m win. 92
Back to work after raking in pounds 8million. 209
BACKBONE OF AIRFLEET FOR 35 YEARS SHOWS STRENGTH. 217
Birthday boy cooks up a storm. 483
BLOODY HEARTBREAK. 858
BLOODY HEARTBREAK; As controversy rages over the naming of the soldiers involved in the Bloody Sunday massacre inquiry, Kathleen Nutt talks to a mother who lost her son and the ex-wife of a Scots paratrooper on duty that day. 848
Blue's offside for new Meanies. 116
Boy relives pal's death in motorbike crash. McLEAN, GRACE 180
Boy survives 40ft plunge from window. 98
British forces may have to fight their way in to Kosovo warns Robertson. Houston, Simon 538
BUNGLING BOXING BOSSES LEFT ME BRAIN DAMAGED; Hurt fighter's court battle. Frew, Callum 545
BUS TOURISTS TRAPPED ON RAVINE EDGE. Frew, Callum 239
Care to be different; LOVING TOUCH: WHEN YOUR MUM NEEDS YOUR HELP TO GET THROUGH THE DAY, YOU GROW UP QUICKLY. 1885
Charles quizzes pupils on drugs; ROYAL BLUE STREAK: WILLS SET FOR 17th BIRTHDAY SPORTS CAR. 367
COALMAN'S ROUNDS OF ROBBERY AT GUNPOINT. McILWRAITH, GORDON 439
Cricket: FANS' SHAME AS INDIA BATTLE ON; Star tripped as rivals fight. Haynes, Frank 575
Crime fans devouring new book. Smith, Steve 187
Death-run cadet lectured pals on danger. Smith, Steve 222
Death-smash nurse may have nodded off. 112
Driver facing ban for eating apple at wheel. 104
ENJOY FAMILY DAY OF FUN. 455
Evil pair who made all the wrong moves; PUBLIC ENEMY: MOTHER AND SON (ITV). Dingwall, John 334
Experts: Give out cigs on the NHS. McLEAN, JIM 171
Fed-up Cher: I've got no babe. 248
Football: Bad-boy Fowler's chance to be a hero. Marshall, Alan 210
Football: Barry: Play me or I'll quit Gers. McCARTHY, DAVID 602
Football: CELTS OPEN BARNES DOOR; MacDonald starts talks. Jackson, Keith 451
Football: Corrigan Well in. McCARTHY, DAVID 210
Football: Ebbe lands his treble shooter. McGREGOR, DEREK 312
Football: Ebbe lands treble shooter Tommy. McGREGOR, DEREK 254
Football: Ebbe's banking on treble shooter Tommy. McGREGOR, DEREK 314
Football: GREG'S UNDER PAR PRESSURE. Docherty, John 372
Football: I'll quit Rangers if Dick doesn't play me. McGREGOR, DEREK 332
Football: Kids turn screw on Brian. Jackson, Keith 253
Football: Kids turn screw on Laudrup. Jackson, Keith 414
Football: MY OLD PAL SPARKY CAN SAVE THE WALES. Gardner, John 216
Football: Nemec: Scots won't shock us. Traynor, James 513
Football: PLAY ME OR I'LL QUIT RANGERS; Fergie throws down gauntlet to Dick. McCARTHY, DAVID 446
Football: Playing for a bonus Czech. 110
Football: RITCHIE: I DON'T THINK I COULD TURN DOWN AN OFFER TO MOVE TO RANGERS. Traynor, James 570
Football: Scots must get it right - or get stuffed GET IT RIGHT. Traynor, James 660
Football: SMITH BLOW AS SUB FAILS TO CZECH IN; CZECH REP U21 3 SCOTLAND U21 2. 565
Football: STILL GOT THE BLUES; The pain goes on for Barry. McCARTHY, DAVID 966
Football: The story so far. 142
Football: The weight of the world on his shoulders. Traynor, James 1158
Football: They'll Mac it hard for Irish. 88
Football: United warned off Eustace. 170
Football: VIERI DEAL GIVES INTER DREAM FRONT LINE. Haggerty, Anthony 575
Girls are on the ball at Hearts. 94
Give out cigarettes on the NHS, says health experts. McLEAN, JIM 296
Glaikit, wabbit and footering on the broo; RAB C PATTER MAKES OXFORD DICTIONARY. Macaskill, Jamie 503
Golf: KELLY'S EYES ON CROWN. 99
GYM WATCH. 601
HE'S BACK FOR A SECOND HELPING; HE'S BACK: HANNIBAL THE CANNIBAL GETS OUT THE CHIANTI. Burnie, Joan 366
Headache of Britons with painkiller habit. 114
Horse Racing: DREAM RIDE FOR QUINN. Brown), GARRY OWEN (Gordon 373
I lost six stone on Maltesers. 101
I'M DOING A GREAT JOB; Gangs of thugs battle in the playground of Scotland's worst run school, but the football manager head teacher says... Chamberlain, Gethin 763
IN ONE B-52 RAID; Backbone of air fleet for 35 years. 208
Just say no to salad; HOLD THE MAYO: WE LIFT THE LID ON LOW-FAT AND SLIMLINE DRESSINGS AND DISCOVER THE HIDDEN DANGERS TO DIETERS. 1884
Keep politicians out of politics. Sheridan, Tommy 944
KING'S ROADSTER. Frew, Callum 536
KISSES FOR GIRLS AS LYING AITKEN HEADS TO PRISON; BEHIND BARS: SHAMED FORMER CABINET MINISTER IS JAILED FOR 18 MONTHS AS HE PAYS THE PRICE FOR SPINNING A WEB OF DECEIT. 1034
LOCKED UP FOR SMIRK IN COURT; Smiling Mark angers sheriff. Mulford, Sarah 434
LOVE, HONOUR AND OBEY; Royal bride Sophie will take old-fashioned wedding vows and promise to be an obedient wife to Edward. McGURRAN, AIDAN 531
MACARI FACES pounds 400,000 BILL FOR JOB BATTLE; Bankruptcy beckons for grieving Lou. McILWRAITH, GORDON 654
Macari facing bill for pounds 400,000. 198
Main Task Is To Look After Themselves. Brown, Tom 475
Manhole 'could have caused child's death'. McLEAN, GRACE 209
ME & MY HEALTH; ROSS KELLY. Kelly, Ross 334
MONEY; pounds 10m BONANZA AS GLOAG GOES GLOBAL. Calder, Colin 549
Motor Racing: Eddie rips into his racing rivals. Rankin, Dale 519
MSPs CASH IN ON PERKS Parliament votes itself big pay deal while cutting pounds 10million of the budget for new building; Parliament votes itself a pay rise as pounds 10m is slashed from new building. 613
Mummy couldn't do anything to stop golden boy skewering himself on his ridiculous sword of truth. Antonowicz, Anton 817
Old vows are hypocritical. 199
Op crisis blamed on court call-ups. McLEAN, GRACE 285
pounds 150,000 claim by murder accused. Smith, Steve 364
Pretty Woman Julia looks a shade lonely. 148
Priest sends cash to girl who robbed him. 161
Problem Page: He woke up beside a man after stag night. Burnie, Joan 1004
Ramsay is arrested on assault claims. Page, Cara 305
RECORD VIEW; Sad show of selfishness. 455
REVIEW PLEA TO MOWLAM AFTER PIPE-BOMB FIND. Frew, Callum 252
Rival cricket fans wage war as Pakistan beaten by India. Frew, Callum 147
Rob Roy loses sword again. 110
Shamed Findlay faces uni honour snub. Smith, Steve 213
Shameful quibbling from money-thirsty me-first politicians. Brown, Tom 441
Sight for; sore eyes; LOOKING GOOD: THESE SIMPLE EXERCISES COULD HELP TO REVITALISE YOUR PEEPERS AND GIVE THEM A NEW LEASE OF LIFE. 1646
Sports Update: Richard burns up rivals as Col quits. 438
Sports Update: Tigers in battle to find enough riders. 264
STEADY 9-5 JOB; Solid Saab benefits from US connection. Head, Tony 628
SUNBATHING INA RUN OVER ON THE BEACH; She is trapped under Land-Rover as driver collects deck chairs. Richardson, Pete 623
SUNBATHING SCOT RUN OVER BY LAND ROVER. Richardson, Pete 449
Surgeons blame courts for op crisis. McLEAN, GRACE 274
Tennis: BORIS IS HOLDING BECK THE YEARS; German star aims to recapture his youth. Tracey, Ted 662
The first debate in the new Parliament and guess what it's about ... MSP pay packets. King, Dave 774
The Grim Reality Of Life In A Cell Faces Fallen MP. Milne, Shaun 328
Thieves lift toilet seats. 83
TILL DRESS DO US PART; How what you wear at your wedding can reveal if you are cut out for marriage. Paterson, Roz 1157
Top spot for bugs to thrive; GERM WAR: POSITION IS EVERYTHING IN BATTLE TO KEEP FOOD POISONING AT BAY. 1307
Traditional way is romantic. 205
TWINS FOR WOMAN TOLD SHE'D NEVER HAVE KIDS; Baby joy of mum who beat cancer. Aitken, Vivienne 529
VOICE OF SCOTLAND; Stamps of approval. 838
Waiting lists hit low of 70,000. 87
Why did health chiefs pay this doctor pounds 125,000 to stay at home?; ANGER: Scots Secretary gives sacked consultant his old job back. Smith, Anna 856
WHY WAS DOCTOR PAID TO STAY AT HOME?; Sacked consultant gets his old job back. Smith, Anna 552
Worker tells of mad bull's deadly attack. Mulford, Sarah 257
YOUR PROBLEMS; Dr Dreena Kelly nursed children in Africa before becoming a doctor while caring for her invalid sister and bringing up her son on her own. Named as a Woman Of The '90s, Dreena answers all your medical queries. Kelly, Dreena 719
YOUR PROBLEMS; Jan De Vries is the country's foremost name in alternative medicine. The naturopath and author trained as a pharmacist before qualifying as a homeopath and herbalist. He guides you through the full range of homeopathic treatments. Vries, Jan de 724

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