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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (October 14, 2000)

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[2] A glimmer of hope amid hate; Chance of weekend talks but shooting Mid-east goes on. Smith, Anna 699
[2] Belfast murder link to feuding Real IRA. 256
[2] CHAMBER OF SORROW; Day of tears for all political parties as MSPs pay tribute to Father of the Nation. 1234
[2] Lifeboat to rescue as 'Noah' is born. Cummins, Fiona 115
[2] Sports Update: Coles plans Classic trip. Gill, Steve 412
1977: On the box. 287
60 say name Paliament after him. 272
A glimmer of hope amid hate; Chance of weekend talks but shooting Mid-east goes on. Smith, Anna 663
All these weapons were taken from kids. Beaton, Charles 183
All-inclusive cruise & stay in the Canary Islands; You can fly non-stop from Glasgow for 14 nights from pounds 816. 220
Arena of dreams; Two nights at the opera in Verona during a Saga holiday were music to the ears of Catherine and Gordon Frier. Orr, As Told To Graham 1334
Baby joins gang on the settee; The Royle Family Monday, BBC1, 9.30pm. 237
Baby swallows Olympic badge. 160
Bad case of Deja Vu; Take a step back in time at the Dundee club where grown ups go wild for the sounds of Wham and S Club 7. Brown, Merle 1094
Being scene. 94
Belfast murder link to feuding Real IRA. 245
BIN LADEN IN ATTACKS LINK. 170
Bland leader; You're on to kid number three and you've got a golden retriever and not much cash. Sounds like it's time to buy a Kia Sedona. King, Conrad 600
Bob Shields UPFRONT ... AND OFF THE LEASH; Freshco gun raid was a cheap shot Soap chiefs hit a dead end Street. Shields, Bob 863
BRAIN SCARE TOT HAD BEEN GIVEN HEROIN; Medics find killer drug in his blood. Mathieson, Jack 368
Burnout fear over student buzz brew1. 137
Carry on vamping, gals; Female celebs in the spotlight. 429
CHAMBER OF SORROW; Day of tears for all political parties as MSPs pay tribute to Father of the Nation. King, Dave 1128
CLASSIC cars Mazda RX-7, 1978 onwards; Fans love the familiar sound of the devil's hairdryer. 237
CLIFF'S SECRET YOUTH JABS; Injections keep wrinkles at bay. Mcgivern, Mark 110
CLIFF'S THE YOUNG CON; As he reaches his 60th birthday, pop's Peter Pan reveals secret of deadly botulism jags. Scott, James; Mcgivern, Mark 1290
Clubbers' guide to ... English, Paul 286
Cocktail of the Week; Very Berry Vodka. 95
COOL IT, BLAIR WARNS LEADER RIVALS; Premier's order over the battle to succeed Dewar. Sinclair, Paul 400
Cops' pledge over witness protection. 165
Country with a real sense of the bazaar; Destination Morocco. 462
CRIME DOES PAY; Scottish judges rule drug barons should keep the profits of their evil trade. Mcilwraith, Gordon 406
Dealers queue to appeal. Smith, Anna 167
Dear Cherie, Can I have a bit of your wallpaper?; Pregnant Jo's plea to PM pays off. Savage, Richard 539
Din at the dawn of a decade; Top Ten - 1990 Ch4, 9.00pm. 911
Dirty talk tape was a bluff, blackmail jury told. Armstrong, Jeremy 262
Dog Racing: CURRIE LOOKS TASTY. 196
Downbeat Cindy is still a doll. 106
Driver killed on last shift. 85
Drunk cyclist sparks hunt. 86
DRUNKEN CYCLIST SPARKS pounds 30,000 RIVERSIDE HUNT; He left bike near raging torrent after night at pub. Dow, Bob 283
Dying OAP's bag grabbed. 89
Events. 321
Events; Fun days out for all the family. 317
EVERYONE WINS AT PLUS; PLAY OUR GREAT NEW SCRATCH GAME EVERY DAY IN YOUR HOW TO CLAIM YOUR EVERYONE WINS LUCKY NUMBER PRIZE. 364
EXILED CROOK JAILED AGAIN. 304
Finding a healthier slice of life; Can You Live Without... Supermarkets? Ch4, 8.30pm. 833
FIREBALL HEROES; Workmen save woman from car seconds before explosion. Douglas, Scott 398
Fireball saviours are real heroes. Douglas, Scott 247
FOOD LIFE: Add some proof to your pudding; It's time to get into the festive spirit, writes ANGUS BOYD, by making that old favourite - rich pud packed with fruit, soaked in rum and brandy. 661
FOOTBALL : Hodgson's choice. 138
FOOTBALL : Line of the Week; WILLIAM HILL. 164
FOOTBALL : THE COSGROVE CHALLENGE; Stanley Racing. 757
FOOTBALL EVERY WEEK'S AN OLD FIRM WEEK; MR FIXIT THE MAN WHO BASHES THE BOOKIES. Jain, Paul 532
Football: Alloa sign up French; ALLOA v RAITH ROVERS. Docherty, John 258
Football: ARSENE: I'LL FIGHT FA BAN. 113
Football: CANIGGIA WAS MY BOYHOOD HERO BUT I'LL STILL GET STUCK INTO HIM; ABERDEEN v DUNDEE. Mccabe, Alan 717
Football: CENTRE HALVES ARE WIMPS; says the dirtiest player in Scotland. Haggerty, Anthony 1022
Football: City ready to storm on; SOUTH. 191
Football: COUNT ME IN FOR LIFE; Giggs to stay with pals for pounds 50k a week. Marshall, Alan 533
Football: Derby step up bid to get Stubbs. Duncan, Colin 481
Football: Evers indebted to Burns. 210
Football: Fairley swoops for Livvy ace Col; DIVISION 3. Haggerty, Anthony 335
Football: Gary's a real transformer. Docherty, John 251
Football: GLOVE AFFAIR; DIVISION 2. Haggerty, Anthony 818
Football: HARRY'S GAME FOR TEL. 118
Football: I'D NEVER WALK OUT ON RANGERS; HIBS v RANGERS. Jackson, Keith 1179
Football: I'll muscle in on first-team slot. 636
Football: JUNIORS & MINOR FIXTURES. 688
Football: Just Caley on, boys; AIRDRIE v INVERNESS CT. Duncan, Colin 263
Football: Killie boss is Jimmy's inspiration; KILMARNOCK v DUNFERMLINE. Orr, Ian 542
Football: Leighton blast at Fergie. 148
Football: Mac: Come and get me; HIGHLAND. 200
Football: NO STOPPING US THIS TIME; CELTIC v ST MIRREN. Duncan, Colin 1154
Football: Owen: I'll show Wilko was wrong. 232
Football: PLAYER REVOLT FEAR AS MATT QUITS MORTON; LIVINGSTON v MORTON. Docherty, John 390
Football: RED CARD FOR ROBBO; DUNDEE UNITED v HEARTS. Docherty, John 875
Football: Smith's fear of Jambo cap star. Mccabe, Alan 320
Football: SPORTS HOTLINE: JOHN DOCHERTY TAKES YOUR CALLS; Robinson must go say angry Jambos. 695
Football: Steven an Ayr-raiser; ROSS COUNTY v AYR UNITED. Mccabe, Alan 258
Football: Sven snubs England job. 157
Football: TAM COWAN: PARENTAL GUIDANCE RECOMMENDED; Fire up Scotland - ask Leighton for new volume of his memoirs. Cowan, Tam 1278
Football: TOP KID KERR WANTS TO GET BACK AT BULLY; FALKIRK v CLYDE. Haggerty, Anthony 582
Football: Walter is ready for 60th deal. 217
Football: WE'VE BEEN RABBED; Rangers beaten to the punch by Celtic for keeper Douglas. Jackson, Keith; Duncan, Colin 642
Football: WIN tickets to see your team in action in their quarter-final cup showdown. 162
Foreign truckers face extra road tax. 95
FREE BOTTLE OF MILLER; For every reader. 318
FREEFREE DIGIMON COMIC FOR EVERY READER. 340
From India to Burnley in a three-wheel rickshaw. Mulchrone, Patrick 170
Fun fortress; Louise Sanders took a historical trip with sons Joe, five, and Danny, three, at Thirlestane Castle in the Borders. Spowart, As Told To Nan 1060
Give frost the cold shoulder; Get ready for winter by protecting tender plants says JANET WHEATCROFT. Wheatcroft, Janet 1505
Golf: Daly's in right State as Argentina send Yanks stumbling out. Mcleman, Neil 749
Golf: ENGLAND DUN AND DUSTED; But Scots still need Auld Enemy's help. Mcleman, Neil 1131
Golf: Euro blow for Huish. 127
Golf: Major cutback for tired Col. 249
Golf: Rankin put off by a fan. 150
GRENADE SUICIDE; Bosnian war criminal kills himself. Dowdney, Mark 237
HOME LIFE: Our university challenge...; Rosemary's face was a study when she saw how we'd transformed her bedroom. 1147
Hoover's ban lets rival firm clean up. 231
HORSERACING pounds 127,000 for a touch of Music. Owen, Garry 254
HORSERACING SAND DANCER; Cause to be hopeful for Breeder's Cup. 407
HORSERACING: Dobbs set for field day. 164
HORSERACING: MOZART IN TUNE. Owen, Garry 611
How did Malcolm really die?; Minna Rennie has been fighting for 25 years to discover the truth about her son's tragic death. Ralston, Gary 1555
I SMOKED DOPE, ADMITS MINISTER. 89
I'LL SEE YOU ALL IN COURT SAYS ELAINE; Firefighter wins sex bias hearing. 272
In a whirl at sea's raw power; Equinox Ch4, 9.00pm. 926
Inquiry is told of screams during op. Dow, Ian 195
It's Big Apple for me; Gregor Fisher likes nothing better than a weekend away in New York, as he tells JULIE MacCASKILL. MacCaskill, Julie 917
It's the dud samaritans. 84
Josh is on the slippery slope; Casualty BBC1, 8.10pm. 903
KEEP YOUR 42p RISE, Mr HAGUE; Pensioners label Tory plan a con. Hardy, James 350
Kevin a born again actor; Kevin McKidd has been at two births this year - one real, one fictional - but becoming a dad hasn't hurt his career, says ROB DRISCOLL NORTH SQUARE Wednesday, Ch4, 9.00pm. 1084
Kit Kat theft puts rapist in jail. 273
LAWRENCE FAMILY SET FOR COP CASH. 127
LEE GETS FASTEST RED CARD IN WORLD; Striker sent off after 2 seconds. Savage, Richard 415
Lifeboat to rescue as 'Noah' is born. Cummins, Fiona 115
Me and my car: I want to burst my airbag; Blythe Duff. 322
MONEY; CURRYS PRICE BATTLE Legal row over Internet listings. Harrison, Tracey 331
Mum's the word for Yvonne; Attachments BBC2, 9.00pm. 935
Navy bid to stem war grave oil threat. Dow, Bob 209
New Bible John lead. 92
New slant on Auld Enemy; A History Of Britain By Simon Schama BBC2, 9.00pm. 863
No action over M5 bridge deaths. 270
No question about it; A Question Of Sport Monday, BBC1, 7.00pm. 148
OAPs SNUB HAGUE ON PENSIONS. Hardy, James 145
OCCUPATION Pop superstars JOINT WEALTH Over pounds 14million APPEARANCE Tramp and bag lady. 96
OFF THE RECORD; I love boys and booze, admits Sam Teenage singer's confessions rock her squeaky-clean image. Mcgivern, Mark 1133
OUEEN GETS POT POSY; Drug campaigner gives her cannabis. Mcgivern, Mark 91
OUR GUY GARY; Aim high to create more floor space, with DIY expert Gary McIntyre. 381
Our hol flight to sun didn't exist; Stranded at airport after big fax bungle. Lewis, Tamzin 532
Parents in baby swap after mix-up. 91
pounds 100,000 Super Bingo. 125
pounds 50,000 INSTANT SCRATCH. 615
pounds 52,000 wish list. 386
Pub music. 360
PUNTER Bet2000.co.uk netbusters; William Hill. 214
RACIST RULES LEAVE US UP THE SWANNEE; Musical can't find black actors. 244
Rally Driving: Miracle man McRae faces D-day verdict. 238
RECORD VIEW Monumental in every way. 221
RECORD VIEW; Close to the edge. 192
Red tape at Beeb made me quit. 207
ROYAL HIGH-NESS; Queen given cannabis plant disguised as posy. Houston, Simon 389
Rugby: RETURN OF THE MACK; Reivers ace eyes warm welcome. Duncan, Roddy 472
Rugby: Scots may turn to Bevy merchant. Duncan, Roddy 278
Scourge of the thinking classes; Clarkson BBC2, 10.00pm. 930
Screaming it from rooftops; Pop sensation Kelis sings it loud and proud - and she's crazy about ginger-haired Scotsmen in kilts. English, Paul 1130
Selling into the future ..; From the Lone Ranger's mask to Adolf Hitler's hair, the once-wild frontier of cyberspace is now a bazaar of the bizarre. 1892
Seriously smooth; Edinburgh's beautiful people have found a stylish but restrained new venue in Rick's - just make sure your wallet is well padded. Trew, Jonathan 768
Shamed Archer is guilty, says wife. Mcgurran, Aidan 218
Showbiz Sam: the Man In the Know. 544
Sir Cliff searches for a perfect love. 168
Soap watch It's a nightmare on Albert Square; Tim Randall. 717
Spin doctors nab top rises. 89
Sports Update: Coles plans Classic trip. 406
SPORTS UPDATE: Coles plans Classic trip; UPDATE. 426
Strangely familiar. 130
STYLE FILE. 189
Surf 'n' shop. English, Paul 280
Tasca forces pace in taste; Tam and his pals were feeling no Spain after a tapas to treasure at La Tasca in central Glasgow. Cowan, Tam 1516
Television YOUR ESSENTIAL TV & SATELLITE GUIDE FOR THE WEEK AHEAD; Carol Vorderman shed pounds, gained a new image - and lost a husband, reports JULIE MacCASKILL Slim pickings for Carol STARS AND THEIR LIVES Sunday, ITV, 7.00pm. 802
TERRIFIED MUM'S OP AGONY. Dow, Ian 132
Thank you Donald, for your life and love to Scotland; Here are more tributes to Donald Dewar from the Record's Book of Condolence. 1069
THE BARFTA; To the restaurant that falsely claims an award-winning reputation, today the Daily Record presents owner Jimmy Findlay... Chamberlain, Gethin; Dow, Ian 550
The hardstuff. 289
The macs factor; Protect yourself from the elements and look very 2000 in a raincoat. Brown, Merle 310
THIEF'S TIMELY PRIZE WAS ALL LIES. 222
TIPPING CONTEST. 115
Transport chiefs face quiz by Fair Trade watchdog. 195
War criminal kills himself. 90
We take the ire out of ironing this week as we test the steam-generated variety. Wilson, Pam 434
Weekend radio. 474
What's hot; Ready for take off? We've got all the latest travel gossip. 210
Why the locals like to take a pew; What's in a name? 195
Wine rack. Walls, Trevor 240
WITH JOAN BURNIE Scotland's best-loved agony aunt offers one reader advice and gives you the chance to share your own experience; Can I work out all my debts in the sauna? Burnie, Joan 2119

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