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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (September 25, 1999)

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1 IN 2 BOYS SAY IT'S OK TO RAPE; Stars get the blame for survey shocker. Macaskill, Jamie 395
100mph DRINK DRIVER KILLED OWN BROTHER. Frew, Callum 355
Al at odds; IT'S HARD TO OUT- STRIP THE FULL MONTY. Martin, Allister 600
Ambulance fraudster faces new disciplinary probe. Richardson, Pete 140
BANK'S pounds 21bn DAWN RAID ON ENGLISH RIVAL; Cheeky bid for NatWest. Macaskill, Jamie 716
Barnes to axe Gould as his No.1 Gould set for axe. Jackson, Keith 547
Barry goes bust. 320
BBC's living proof that Latin is dead - QED. Frew, Callum 286
Big hearts and big pockets.. pounds 180,000 in 5 days; IN THE MONEY: YOUNG AND OLD, OUR ARMY OF GENEROUS READERS ARE KEEPING THE CASH FLOWING FOR CHAS. Mulford, Sarah 577
BiteBack; It's a Blue do for us. 144
Blair hit by double bombshell before conference. Thompson, David 355
Boxer wins first round of cash bid. 97
BOYS SAY IT'S OK TO RAPE; Violent stars 'set bad examples'. Mulford, Sarah 278
BRITS DON'T WILT IN A SWEAT-BOKS. Tracey, Ted 494
Celtic fans get new jerseys. 147
CHARLES CHOPPER COMES A CROPPER; MARSH HEIR: ROYAL HELICOPTER GETS STUCK IN MUDDY SCOTS FIELD. Richardson, Pete 425
CHINA CAN'T MATCH TOP 400 IN U.S. RICH LEAGUE. Mulford, Sarah 321
Chopper comes a cropper on Royal visit; CHARLES' COPTER GETS STUCK IN MUDDY FIELD. Richardson, Pete 157
Cocktail of the Week. 103
Come 'ead soft lads; Mmm Betty, we Scally forth to; spot Brookie boys and some old romantics. 398
CONTESTS UPDATE. 307
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Booking the deal of a lifetime. 416
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Funny man's a culture freak. 412
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Moors still hide evil secrets. 499
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Poorly Ian takes up the fight. 618
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Rugby's union with the world. 427
CRITIC'S CHOICE; Shame of the village people. 369
CRITIC'S CHOICE; There's A Whole Lotta Grant. 411
Critics slam 'Supreme Egotist' Ross. 295
Darren doc was 'disaster waiting to happen'. Fairburn, Robert 234
Dettori poised to take action. Owen, Garry 397
EASTENDER RICKY 0UITS THE S0UARE; But actor insists it is just a break. Nugent, Emma 406
Emma's Live on; When Zo Ball left Live and Kicking earlier this year, BBC bosses looked for a girl next door type to take over. Emma Ledden is that girl - and she's up for it. Brown, Merle 1269
Eurocrats Ryde to a 6-2 lead Eurocrats Ryde to a 6-2 lead over Americans. Sinclair, Paul 451
EVENTS. 300
EVENTS; FUN DAYS OUT FOR ALL THE FAMILY. 290
Exclusively revealing; If you've got it, flaunt it, and head for Groucho Saint Jude's in Glasgow. If you don't, naff off, you're not wanted. Patience, Jan 1079
Express derailed for season. 138
FILM CHOICE; Cold-blooded toff. 259
FILM CHOICE; Cop a load of this. 390
FILM CHOICE; Joe's real pesky. 417
FILM CHOICE; Marriage at a cost. 385
FILM CHOICE; Steve's born again. 307
FILM CHOICE; Tom's big break. 222
FILM CHOICE; Workers at play. 213
FOOD LIFE: Fishy little dishy; Bone up on a culinary challenge that is always a treat to eat. Boyd, Angus 626
FOOTBALL : ABOU SNUBS HIBS' LAST-GASP OFFER BUT WANTS TO COME BACK. Duncan, Colin 736
FOOTBALL : ALL I WANT IS A CHRISTMAS CROCK OF GOLD; DIVISION 3. Haggerty, Anthony 614
FOOTBALL : Bri points Pars back to the top; DUNFERMLINE v AYR UTD. Jackson, Keith 204
FOOTBALL : Canadian set to be Diamond; MORTON v AIRDRIE. McCARTHY, DAVID 194
FOOTBALL : Forget the pies .. out in Ecuador it's who ate all the roast rat; REALLY WILD SHOW: INNES TURNS HIS BACK ON JUNGLE ADVENTURE FOR THE RELATIVE SAFETY OF ANGUS DERBY. Campbell, Iain 1156
FOOTBALL : HITKID HAMILTON IS AIMING TO MAKE MORE HISTORY FOR STENNY; DIVISION 2. Haggerty, Anthony 572
FOOTBALL : I'LL KNOW IF I'M FIT IN WARM-UP; McAllister's late verdict. Haggerty, Anthony 428
FOOTBALL : IBROX TRIP PAIN IN THE FARCE FOR KEV. 378
FOOTBALL : ISRAELI STAR SAYS NO TO THE ARABS; Gershen war of words. McCARTHY, DAVID 637
FOOTBALL : IT'S CHANGE FOR THE WORSE; Dick just hates having to give his stars a rest. Jackson, Keith 945
FOOTBALL : Jeff wins Hearts and minds. Duncan, Colin 629
FOOTBALL : LORDS OF THE ISLES; Caribbean king Russel is the heir to Barnes. McCARTHY, DAVID 918
FOOTBALL : Parkhead plays host to Asians. 268
FOOTBALL : Ray is Banking on a tough test; LIVINGSTON v CLYDEBANK. Haggerty, Anthony 165
FOOTBALL : Seaman on rocks. Marshall, Alan 665
FOOTBALL : Sex-crime Rix wants new start. 179
FOOTBALL : Share deal a hit with Dens fans. 212
FOOTBALL : We've all got street cred now; INVERNESS CT v RAITH RVRS. Duncan, Colin 208
FOOTBALL : Well pitch nightmare. Jackson, Keith 129
FOOTBALL: Celtic tie is on live.. at a price. Jackson, Keith 472
FOOTBALL: If Gers build a hotel, Lionel can't be in charge of walls. Cowan, Tam 1069
FOOTBALL: K0 -CARD; Killie's new French star flies home after horror accident at training. Jackson, Keith 777
FOOTBALL: Lyons out for swift revenge; HIGHLAND & MINORS. 565
FORMULA ONE MOTOR RACING : Schu writes off Irvine title hope. Haynes, Frank 335
GARDEN LIFE : DOWN TO EARTH: A gardener's notebook. Wheatcroft, Janet 248
GARDEN LIFE : The future is all bright for autumn; Turn your patch into a riot of colour and let nature take its course to brighten up the dark days ahead. Wheatcroft, Janet 1258
GARDEN LIFE :PLANT OF THE WEEK Colchicums. Wheatcroft, Janet 322
GOLF: Sensation Sergio tames the Tiger. Sinclair, Paul 532
GOLF: WE'VE SURE SCOT WHAT IT TAKES; Col and Paul put Yanks on back foot. Sinclair, Paul 1467
GUN CLUB BOSS IN COURT ON 15 ARMS CHARGES; RAID: POLICE OFFICERS 'FOUND CACHE OF ILLEGAL WEAPONS'. Milne, Shaun 480
Half of all boys think rape is OK. 140
Head sacked from top girls school. 122
HOME LIFE: OUR GUY GARY; Gaining additional storage need not be a tough task. 416
HOME LIFE: Ship-shape kitchen; As the the wife of a navyman, Mary Blackhurst became sick of the sight of the sight of battleship grey in every room. So we called in colour king Derek Collins to create a dramatic sea change in her new kitchen. Name 1336
HONEY I SHRUNK THE FLY; Professor's breakthrough in cancer fight after experiment with insect TOKENS ON PAGES 48 AND 71 Get your scissors out and start snipping your way to a dream holiday in Florida to collect today. Hall, Allan 379
I escape the fashion world for my family - and fishing; Designer John Rocha treasures his time at home in chilled-out Dublin, as he confesses to MERLE BROWN. Brown, Merle 818
I need a man to spice up my life, says Geri. White, Donna 179
INNS & OUT; Who's opening and who's closing in the restaurant trade. Trew, Jonathan 241
Irons plans for more cup glory; MINOR CARD. 587
Islanders plunder stricken Spanish trawler. Martin, Steve 363
It's got claws; The S-Type may not be a total return to form, but its styling and the legend of the Big Cat will ensure bums on Jags. King, Conrad 625
It's life, gym, but not as we know it.; So you've splashed out on expensive exercise kit? Well done. Now for the difficult bit - getting around to using it ... Samson, Peter 1106
Johnny's big farewell. 80
Just call me Lady Diana; Diana Ross threw a diva-sized tantrum at Heathrow. But the battered security guard who dared to body-search her is just the latest victim of Ross's incredible ego ... Dingwall, John 1627
Just the job for Bob. 117
Kazia is all set for the big push; Mum-to-be and actress Kazia Pelka has never been so happy, says NEIL BONNER. Bonner, Neil 951
Kids' report card plan for teachers. 87
King Kenny's home win at third attempt. Page, Cara 253
Labour ferried Nats to the polls. Alba, Carlos; King, Dave 486
Let kids grade teachers, says expert. 151
LIFE IN THE STARS : It's a lucky day for cast of thousands: It's a lucky day for cast of thousands; IF IT'S YOUR BIRTHDAY. Ewart, Lynne 322
Line of the Week; William Hill. 244
Lisbon Lion medal goes for pounds 10,000. 107
Live And Kicking BBC1, 9.30am. 138
MAN OF 20 HELD OVER DISCO GIRL MURDER; Police arrest after seven-week probe. Page, Cara 292
Me and my car Natalie Robb; Bobby's just the job for taking the High Road. 307
MILLENNIUM LIFE: Grim reality of life in the industrial frontline. 405
MILLENNIUM LIFE: Workshop of the world; The genius of men like James Watt helped turn Scotland into one of the world's greatest industrial powers. Collier, Andrew 1255
MINISTER AND THE TERRORIST; UDA chief becomes best pals with Scots reverend. Smith, Steve 410
Ministers must get their hands dirty sometimes; Rev defends help for thug. 1278
MONEY: Brits best in store wars. 256
Movie motors; Furore over Ferrari fling. 197
Must Have; Long scarf. Barr, Kelly Cooper 185
MY RACE HATE HELL BY BARNES; Spitting thugs hurled bananas. Houston, Simon 563
MY ROCKY HORROR LOVE LIFE; Darren dumped girlfriend after girlfriend, took 11 Aids tests and now says he's broken-hearted. Spavin, Vicky 1082
NATS IN HEAVEN BY 2007; Salmond's latest warcry to join a failed favourite from years gone by: Free by '93 DATE OF INDEPENDENCE: SNP LEADER'S BOLD CLAIM AFTER HAMILTON SOUTH VOTE BOOSTS PARTY FAITHFUL. Mackenna, Ron 737
Nesbitt -a must C.; After baring his cheeks on TV, actor James Nesbitt has become an unlikely sex symbol, but what would his mum say? TIM RANDALL reports. Randall, Tim 797
Now you can score in team colours; Something for the weekend? An away win would be nice. Shields, Bob 1100
OASIS LIAM ARRESTED AT CUSTOMS; Bid to smuggle fur coat for Patsy. Edwards, Jeff 371
OILMEN ESCAPE ARMED BANDITS; Scots' three-day hostage ordeal on African rig. Milne, Shaun; Oakeshott, Isabel 399
On the brew. Young, Gregor; Inglis, Ken 239
Parents? Who needs'em; The Oxley brothers, Sam, 11, and Joe, 9, told their mum and dad to get lost and headed for Dalguise in Perthshire for an activity holiday. 929
Party time for Cath and her birthday boy; BIG NIGHT: STARS AT CENTRE OF ENGAGEMENT RUMOURS. 240
Poll result will send shockwaves all the way to Downing St. Brown, Tom 729
pounds 64,000 QUESTION - DID MY PERM WORK? 423
Prisoners on the run after van break-out. 172
Pub music. 380
QEII ON COURSE FOR DUBAI. Brown), GARRY OWEN (Gordon 942
RECORD VIEW: It's gone too far; It's gone too far. 109
RECORD VIEW: We'll Nat be backing Alex; We'll Nat be backing Alex. 253
REPORT CARD FOR TEACHERS; Expert suggests radical shakeup. Mulford, Sarah 250
RUGBY : MANN-HANDLED; Boks ace swamps sad Reivers. Duncan, Roddy 555
RUGBY: I WANT REVENGE; Craig still seething at tackle that nearly ended his career. Duncan, Roddy 376
RUGBY: Mallett lands the first blow. 152
Sewage plant set for flood of visitors. 151
SHOWBIZ SAM :THE MAN IN THE KNOW. 593
SMALL WONDER: SMART CAR WILL KEEP LABOUR PARTY SAFE AT CONFERENCE; Police security is child's play. 156
Smell of drink was pot pourri says nurse. 160
Snooker chief Rex bows out; UPDATE. 367
Soap watch; Grim Reaper pays a visit to Brookside. Brown, Merle 708
Something in the watter; It's all aboard Glasgow's Renfrew Ferry for a night when clubbers are floating on a vibe that's a bit special. McLEAN, JAY 1408
SPORTS UPDATE: Maguire goes to the wire; UPDATE. 368
SPORTS UPDATE: Snooker chief Rex bows out; UPDATE. 368
Star Ross says sorry for jiggling singer's breast. 133
Steaming in; Jacqueline and Colin Smith and their kids, Conor, 7, and Hannah, 4, made tracks for Birkhill clay mine via Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway. Wolsey, Terry 791
Story of the Blues; Blue was the colour of the Motherwell muncher after being made to wait in a howling draft for bland bangers at an Edinburgh restaurant. Cowan, Tam 1076
STUNNERS & RYDERS; US score easy win in fashion stakes. Richardson, Pete 367
TECH LIFE: pounds 500,000 for a top Net name; You get some Web space and settle down with a nice URL ... only to find that a cybersquatter is out to profit on your virtual realty. 909
TECH LIFE: TECHLIFE Q&A. Low, Bob 233
TECH LIFE: TECHLIFE TIPS Storage. Low, Bob 208
TECH LIFE:Life at the cutting edge. Low, Bob 129
TENNIS : NO BRUM STEER AS GREG GETS A FLYER; Rusedski bounces Bok. Tracey, Ted 410
The Cosgrove Challenge; Stanley Racing. 141
THE PLANE'S A BOGEY; 407 safe as Qantas jumbo careers on to the 15th hole. Thorne, Frank 212
The sound of running water is so therapeutic; All Cisterns Go. 252
THE WORLD'S BIGGEST SCHOOL TRIP EVER 11 : FLORIDA TRIP'S A SNIP; Today we're giving you 50 reasons to set your sights on winning that dream break. Nugent, Emma 658
THE WORLD'S BIGGEST SCHOOL TRIP EVER 11 : Millions of great class kit; FREE MATHS STUFF FOR SCHOOLS. 237
Tragedy looms for Irish locals; Ballykissangel Sunday, BBC 1, 8.05pm. 204
Transplant hope for infertile men. 155
WATSON IN pounds 1m VICTORY; Fight chiefs blamed for tragedy. 316
We sort out which is weigh to go and way to woe in the world of scales. Wilson, Pam 467
We'll be third force in Scotland, says Tommy. King, Dave 310
WEEKEND RADIO; Sara Cox and Emma B. 508
What's hot; Ready for take off? We've got all the latest travel gossip. 232
Whatever happened to; NANNY 1981-83. 296
Who can Master Hendry? 218
WIN A great chance to carry the flag at Murrayfield in World Cup 1999. 388
Win a super break to New York. 459
Win with tote Stats. 174
Wine rack. Walls, Trevor 186
Winter wage battle at hospitals. 197
You must be fit to fast, guru warns. Moore, Ron 204
YOUR LIFE: Driven crackers by his perfection; YOUR VERDICT. Burnie, Joan 460
YOUR LIFE: Her mum's interfering is ruining their lives; Scotland's best-loved agony aunt offers one reader advice and gives you the chance to share your own experience. Burnie, Joan 1379

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