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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (May 27, 2000)

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'People were in tears'. 161
[0] DANDO MAN'S DAD WAS A COP; Police have 36 hours more to quiz suspect. Bain, Charlie; Mulford, Sarah 1573
[0] Sports Update: Roland rats as Brits get no favours. 470
1994: On the box. 252
All fruity fools. Brown, Merle 1054
American Football: Scots must fight like Tyson; SCOTTISH CLAYMORES v BARCELONA DRAGONS. Haggerty, Anthony 626
Anger at soaring NHS wait lists. 154
Are garden vacs really worth blowing about? We test for the best. 644
Beeb's cup of cheer; CUP FINAL SPORTSCENE; Saturday, BBC1, 12.20pm. Brown, Merel 621
Bet2000.co.uk. 139
BiteBack Tam the worst chef ever; TV cook Nick Nairn was not impressed. 288
BLOOD MONEY FURY OVER SS MONSTER. 290
Bob Shields UPFRONT AND OFF THE LEASH; A LITTLE BIT OF SKIRL POWER Pensioners showed what real talent is. Shields, Bob 918
Boxing: LOU WON'T STAGE HIS ROCKY HORROR SHOW; Trainer tips battler to shock Mike. Grahame, Ewing 702
Boxing: Red-faced Mike is all white now. 298
BUNGLE DOCS COULD HAVE SAVED E COLI BABY ROSE; Sheriff hits out at basic errors. Moore, Ron 470
CAMPING IN FRANCE FOR JUST pounds 5; Have a home from home experience. 423
Car crash barber wins damages from driver. 159
Carter's back in hot water; CITY CENTRAL, Saturday BBC1, 8.05pm. Brown, Merle 346
CLASSIC cars Alfa Romeo Spider (1962-93); In a spin over Alfa's Spider. 225
Clubbers' guide to ... 674
Cocktail of the Week; Honey Monster. 103
Cop in job fight after racist joke sacking. Griffiths, Stuart 224
Coral pounds 1000 bets latest. 184
CORAL TIPPING CONTEST. 125
CORRIE PLOT TO HAMMER BEEB RIVALS; Soap plans two weeks of mayhem. Methven, Nicola 369
COUNT US OUT!; Higher maths walkout over 'too hard' exam. Mccartney, Brian 536
CURTAIN RAISER. 231
DANDO MAN'S DAD WAS A COP; Police have 36 hours more to quiz suspect. Bain, Charlie; Mulford, Sarah 1597
Events Clubs. 311
Events Fun days out for all the family. 262
Flat stripped by forensic team in hunt for vital clues; FANATIC THROUGH IDENTITY PARADES AS SUSPECT'S BROTHER-IN-LAW TELLS OF FEUD. Edwards, Jeff 640
Football punter wins pounds 500,000. 92
Football: Archie: Jim and Seb deserve to win Cup after their hard Knox. Mccarthy, David 683
Football: Artero's here to stay in Dens deal. 192
Football: Bans blow for Jambos. Docherty, John 157
Football: Bassett wants to quit at the top. Gardner, John 247
Football: Bradford enter Europe. 90
Football: CAP IN HAND FOR A MOVE; IT'S COMING HOME: O'NEIL PLANS LIFE AFTER GERMANY AND VOWS TO SPARKLE FOR SCOTS. Mccarthy, David 716
FOOTBALL: Celtic get their man; O'Neill set to sign. Grahame, Ewing 139
Football: COUNTDOWN FOR JIM'S LAST GAME. Haggerty, Anthony 227
Football: DARIUSZ WON'T CZUK IBROX. Orr, Ian 181
Football: Dons set to name boss in summer. Mccabe, Alan 623
Football: EURO 2000. 105
Football: FERGIE TAKES CENTRE STAGE; Barry aims to play his part and wipe away the agony of missing last two finals. Duncan, Colin 1232
Football: FERGIE: ALL THEY NEED IS A BREAK. Cameron, Alex 93
Football: Gers have let it all slip since lifting the title ..Dons can do the impossible; CELTIC SLAYER STEVE PATERSON QUESTIONS CHAMPS' HUNGER. Campbell, Iain 799
Football: GERS IN MOORE GAMBLE; Dick desperate to pitch in crock Craig. Grahame, Ewing 319
Football: GERS TARGET IS JUST LIKE GABBY. Mccarthy, David; Duncan, Colin 691
Football: Hampden dream win would erase painful memories; WHYTE HAS HIGH HOPES. Mccabe, Alan 724
Football: Henrik wins his Euro 2000 race. Gardner, John 214
Football: Hiddink: Count me in for Celtic job. Jackson, Keith 599
Football: Hit Rangers early or you're Don for. Docherty, John 767
Football: I hope there's a silver lining for my pal Jim; NEVER TOO LEIGHT: AS KEEPER GETS SET FOR FINAL FLING MILLER WANTS HIM TO GO OUT IN A BLAZE OF GLORY. Mccabe, Alan 837
Football: I reffed Brazil and Inter but Alloa v Caley tops the lot. Haggerty, Anthony 889
Football: I WAS FIRST TO SINK DONS. 216
Football: Injury wrecks Stu move. 104
Football: JAMES TRAYNOR; Jim ready to walk tall for the Final time. Traynor, James 846
Football: Jim plans long Hampden farewell. Mccabe, Alan 374
Football: Keegan: Get your act together, Beckham; ENGLAND v BRAZIL By ALAN MARSHALL. 717
Football: Killie new boy is a real pro. Mccarthy, David 478
Football: Lee still smartin' JOHNSTONE BURGH v WHITBURN. 320
Football: OUR WRITERS' VERDICTS ON THE BIG GAME. 577
Football: Records there to be broken. 222
Football: Scots listen to a good Delia sense. Mccarthy, David 106
Football: Sullivan signs on at Spurs. 172
Football: TAM COWAN: PARENTAL GUIDANCE RECOMMENDED; IF DONS WIN I'LL WEAR A LITTLE BLACK BASQUE. Cowan, Tam 1092
FREE FOAM BATH AND SOAP SET; A great gift for every Record reader to enjoy. 295
Getaway car which didn't go. 120
Golf: HOME BIRDIE; Lyle could be back thanks to Rob Roy. Mcguire, Bernie 887
Golf: Patrick's hoping for nice little retainer. 348
GUN RAIDER IS FOILED BY OLD BANGER; Getaway car wouldn't start. 346
HARD TO SEE PAST CHAMPS; Mr Fixit the man who bashes bookies. 376
Has the British lad started to grow up at last?; MATURE VERDICT: CHOICE OF TOP 'BABE' REVEALS A LOT She's not just some brainless bimbo - she's a real adult woman. Burnie, Joan 824
Haven I been here before?; Jennifer Sergeant took children Emma, three, and Ross, 20 months, as well as brother, Andrew, 15, for a weekend at Haven's Craig Tara, the former Butlin's, Ayr. 1123
He's gotta have it; Designer store dude takes on high street shop man as our two guys - with the help of their good ladies - look for some new threads. JACK BRESHLYN reports. 759
HEAVY RAIN FORCES EARLY KEMPTON INSPECTION. 198
Hello Dolly; Cars on the couch Mazda 121 owners needn't feel sheepish about owning a clone of the Fiesta. King, Conrad 656
HOW MUCH? 132
Hugh and Liz have ex appeal. 227
Ice maiden under fire; Daniela Nardini is moving on in her life with a gritty acting role and a new boyfriend, as she reveals to SHOBA VAZIRANI. Vazirani, Shoba 1467
INNS & OUT Who's opening and who's closing in the restaurant trade. Trew, Jonathan 270
It's gone wrong for Jackie and Gianni. Brown, Merle 716
Kelly Cooper Barr; She always has the first word ...; `They remind me of us when we were younger. Only we don't have pounds 100m'. 559
KEV HAS EL OF A MOUNT. Owen, Garry 639
KILLER KEPT GIRL'S BODY FOR 4 DAYS; He pretended she was only ill. 353
Legend Jackie's thanks to Scots. 83
Let's Dance. 246
Likely lad Dolled up; Take a wee Butcher's at Elaine's new bit of rough. 332
Line of the Week. 236
Luvvies getting in a lather; The British Soap Awards ITV, 9.00pm. 891
Mastering the art of chit-chat; The Talk Show Story BBC 1, 9.30pm. 914
Maybe he won't be so bad a king after all. Brown, Tom 372
Me and my car: All I can see under a bonnet is spaghetti Wheel life. Amabile, John 281
MICK'S LAST SONG FOR HIS MOTHER; MOURNING STONE: JAGGER'S GOSPEL FAREWELL AT HIS BELOVED EVA'S FUNERAL. Quinn, Thomas 375
MONEY; MURRAY SALE MAKES A MINT Management buy-out for PR firm. Caven, Bill 272
My new family are totally quackers. Mitchell, Victoria 159
O'NEILL: IT'S YES; Celtic get their man at last. 660
ONE SHOOTS, ONE SCORES; PRINCE OF GOALS: CHARLES FINISHES CHARM OFFENSIVE WITH A KICKABOUT. Chamberlain, Gethin 408
OTR: Off The Record; Tina's fears as son's kids go missing. Dingwall, John 915
OUR GUY GARY; Gary McIntyre gives us his hints and tips for a cutting edge at home. 318
OUR pounds 4.2m LOTTO CUP OF CHEER. Dow, Bob 216
Out to munch; Wave goodbye to dodgy Brit-nibbles and start snacking on tasty tapas like a true Spaniard at Barioja in Edinburgh. Hill, Lorna 933
Oxford don lets slip over elitism. Thompson, David 251
Play pets need not be a pest; Try sharing the garden with your animals and let them enjoy it, not destroy it, says JANET WHEATCROFT. Wheatcroft, Janet 1913
pounds 100,000 DREAM PRIZE; Enjoy a life of luxury with our great giveaway. 414
pounds 300,000 FOR MUM'S LOST LEG; Court told of birth tragedy. Mcilwraith, Gordon 364
Problem Page: YOUR LIFE: WITH JOAN BURNIE; My girl is flirting with her step-dad. Burnie, Joan 2172
Proud Blair ventures out to register Leo's birth. Armstrong, Jeremy 366
Pub music. 403
RAPE HELP GROUP TO TAKE ON IRON MIKE; Women challenge Straw. Mckenna, Ron; Houston, Simon 442
Rave scene's high culture; Chemical Generation Ch4, 11.05pm. 986
RECORD VIEW; Doesn't add up. 179
RECORD VIEW; Striking a blow at last. 214
Reel in a treat; You'll have absolutely no need to fish for compliments with this fabulous dish - it's simply trout of this world. Boyd, Angus 757
Rocking around the clock; BBC Music Live BBC 1, 10.00pm. 935
Roland rats as Brits get no favours; UPDATE. 440
Roll out the Barrels; LOCK, STOCK MONDAY, Ch4,9.00pm. Driscoll, Rob 943
Roman in the picture; Scene By Scene With Roman Polanski Saturday, BBC2, 11.30pm. 136
Scary times are in the past for Mel B. 131
SCOTTISH SIX SLAPPED DOWN AGAIN. Mcdougall, Dan 152
Sea-ing is believing; Taking our lead from their aqua colour scheme, we transform a young couple's bedroom into a tropical paradise. Ensor, Nan 1533
Seduced by the spotlights; Tony Bennett BBC 2, 8.05pm. 842
Shaping up; Scott Jackson took his children, Murray, seven, and Kerry, four, to Shaping A Nation, Edinburgh's latest tourist attraction. Hill, As Told To Lorna 898
SHOWBIZ SAM; The Man In The Know. 627
Smiling Cherie's cool in mules. Armstrong, Jeremy 328
SO MUCH FOR A HOME-MADE PARACHUTE...; GROUNDED: AIRLINE ROBBER FOUND DEAD IN MUD AFTER 6000FT JUMP. Mulford, Sarah 269
Some things for the weekend; Go organic. 354
Sports Update: Roland rats as Brits get no favours. 460
Star's family shocked over relation claim. 422
Stars? I'd shoot the lot of them 14 PAGES TO KICK-START YOUR SATURDAY; Scots snapper Rankin lifts the lid on the rich and famous. Spavin, Vicky 1288
Story of shocking word to swear by; A Brief History Of The F Word CMonday, Ch4, 10.50pm. 241
STYLE FILE. 115
Surf 'n' shop. Brown, Merle 295
Teacher who abused boys is jailed. 217
Tech Life; Invasion of the big dot coms. Low, Bob 1172
The COSGROVE CHALLENGE. 87
The drama of having no TV; Can You Live Without ... Television? Ch4, 8.30pm. 1047
the hardstuff. Young, Gregor; Inglis, Ken 329
TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT?; The touchy-feely female is 'in' for the 90s. Frame, Lorna 618
Torture thug is caged for girl's ordeal. Mcilwraith, Gordon 216
Touched by sound of silence; Deafblind BBC 2, 9.30pm. 961
Trimble risks all for peace in Ulster. Hardy, James 238
TV Gladiator's appeal against conviction fails. 95
TYSON'S BOUT TO FACE NEW HURDLE; Women challenge Straw. Mckenna, Ron; Houston, Simon 442
WAITING LISTS GET LONGER. 120
Weekend radio; Sunday. 1841
WENDY LOSES 200 SECRET NUMBERS TO PHONE THIEF; Security alert after pub snatch. Burns, Janice 581
What'shot Ready for take off? We've got all the latest travel gossip. 244
Where are they now? 315
Who made the pies? all; Eating out The tables turn on Record food critic, Tam 'Microwave' Cowan, on a day out at Nick Nairn's Cook School. Cowan, Tam 1247
Win a great family break at Camelot. 433
Wine Rack. Walls, Trevor 235
Ye gods - Glasgow bar is all Greek to us; What's in a name? 249
YESTERDAY'S RACING RESULTS. 197

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