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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (June 13, 2002)

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'Sexist' threat to girls school. 174
3 FEARED DEAD IN AFGHAN CRASH; Race to reach military plane. 279
A GRAVE INSULT; But family win bid to cremate Jan. 380
A Higher way of life; An HND course proved to be the turning point for unemployed Stewart McSorley, writes LISA ADAMS. 524
A WORKING CLASS HERO; Scots teenager with car mechanic dad becomes the first student from a state school to be elected president of the Oxford Union. 713
Abortion guilt mum to sue the NHS. 180
ALL WORK, SOME PLAY. 90
Asylum seekers' 'misery'. 163
BEWARE BROWN MEANIES; pounds 40 fine for not scooping dog poop. 304
Boxing: Harrison set to return to Arena for title bout; UPDATE. 442
BOXING: Harrison set to return to Arena for title bout; UPDATE. 312
Buying into some tasty profits; Marjorie Calder explains how to land a leading role in a proven business success story. 583
Casablanca fans' first love. 168
Chance way to launch a business. 142
CHUCKED BY BLIND DATE; Voice-over man Our Graham gets boot from Cilla's show. 305
Clyde rebuilt; Ambitious projects are key in quest for jobs. 546
COSTA TERROR BLITZ IS FOILED; Police seize ETA explosives. 277
DAILY RECORD DEBATE: Don't tire our kids out with a longer school day; Extending the amount of time pupils spend at school during the day isa no-no with Daily Record readers. Most people reckon children need time to relax, though some back shorter holidays. 594
DARIUS'S SIZZLING VIDE-OH!; Scots sensation smoulders on his fabulous debut video. 410
DEATH CASE SCOT SET FOR FREEDOM; New hope after 25 years in jail. 263
DEATH ROW SCOT IN PLEA TO TONY BLAIR. 139
Diary of a start-up business; Nick Page decided to set up his mobile valeting firm at the end of last year. It's a few months now since Bubbles hit the road. This is his start-up diary. 923
Did you know? 249
DOCTOR DENIES SEX BLACKMAIL. 153
DRIVERS GET SAY ON TOLLS; Poll on plan for city charges. 285
EAGLES EYE MY JERSEY; Roving Record man Bob Shields went to Nigeria to see them play In-ger-lund. But what started off as a lark became a sombre day for the poverty-stricken Africans. 819
Electric shocker is a telly turn-off. 142
England joy as Argentina cries. 131
EVERY ONE A WINNER. 147
Explosive end for Bad Girls?; DRAMA Bad Girls (ITV, 9.00pm). 870
Facts and figures. 237
Facts and figures. 294
FOOTBALL: DOLE NEW BALL GAME; Stewart ready to recruit laid-off players. 480
FOOTBALL: England backed to go all the way; ALAN McCABE TAKES YOUR CALLS. 638
FOOTBALL: Kids paying the price for stars' mega deals. 479
FOOTBALL: Luton eyes on swoop for Robbie. 125
FOOTBALL: Sacked footballers head for tribunal. 421
FOOTBALL: STEVE LA REVOLUTION; Ex-Scotland star Nicol goes to the US to get his chance to coach. 958
FOOTBALL: Twaddle's so Hearty now he's a Jambo. 219
FROCK 'N' ROLLERS; The experts' verdicts on celebrity brides. 992
Full House success. 314
Girl, 11 tells of rape ordeal. 147
GOLF: Call me Sven Faldo .. England's golf coach. 116
Gossip directory; TODAY'S HOTTEST SHOWBIZ GOSSIP. 353
Greenock Chamber of Commerce's inaugural Inverclyde Innovation Awards. 136
Growing for gold; FARMING, fishing and oil used to dominate the North east economy. But now the region is doing the business across a range of sectors, finds Craig Cowbrough. 605
Harrison set to return to Arena for title bout; UPDATE. 470
Heroin man nailed twice. 88
Horse Racing: DERBY DOUBLE BID; Chaparral aims for Irish jig at Curragh. 378
Horse Racing: FOLLOW THE FORM BOOK; Best way to make racing pay says gambler Nevison. 256
Horse Racing: TIM EASTERBY. 142
How I made a Tiger out of my cub golfer; Man who coached young Woods tells of a rare talent.. and tee-time tantrums. 1494
How to get off to a flying start; In the first of our major four-part series dissecting how a business gets off the ground, we give you the advice you need to plan your start- up and get cracking. 846
How to WIN in business; Businesswomen are a rare breed in Scotland. But as Scottish Enterprise's Women's Adviser, Marie Dorris explains, it's all about networking. She tells Craig Cowbrough how it works. 1154
How we made sure our firm flourished; Rising at 5am on a bleak winter morning to begin a day of hard graft that might stretch into late evening. Who'd be a florist? Marjorie Calder meets a couple whose zest for their job is inspiring. 920
I saw a good business idea; Who said romance is dead? It has just breathed fresh life into an intriguing new e-business, says Alasdair Northrop. 1245
It's so patently obvious; Make sure you know your rights - and the rights of your competitors - over intellectual property before you decide to take the plunge and start up your own business, writes Neil McKechnie. 842
It's your call; IN each issue of Scotland Means Business, we will update a list useful contact numbers. To add your number, e-mail smb@dailyrecord.co.uk. 145
Jailed bath killer loses appeal bid. 160
JUST JOAN THE AGONY AUNT WITH ALL THE ANSWERS: Lazy son won't lift a hand to help. 1162
JUST OZ-SOME; Strewth! Neighbours notches up its 4000th episode. 581
KILLER MEDICS DESTROYED THE WRONG KIDNEY; Op blunder pair on trial over death. 298
Labour chairman hits out at sleaze 'smears'. 297
Laying the foundations; Scotland already has a culture ripe for businesses to start up and flourish in, writes Chancellor Gordon Brown. And he believes things can only get better from here on. 925
Life really does begin at 40 for Steve. 415
Linking the past to the future; Making good use of the waterways from the past will ensure that towns can look forward to economic success in the future, discovers Magnus Gardham. 1117
Lying just part of life. 82
Marriott serve up a choice of career. 353
MONEY: Profits at new look Jenners squeezed. 205
MONSOON JUNE; Scots swamped by constant rain but experts won't write off summer. 485
MORE CASH FOR TOP DOCS. 125
MY LIBRARY RAPE ORDEAL BY GIRL VICTIM AGED 11; Attacker gave girl pounds 20 and told her to keep quiet, trial is told. 652
MY RAPE HELL; BY SCHOOLGIRL AGED JUST 11. 176
Nice .. but I've got the greatest hits, Denise. 181
Noel was addicted to Valium after cocaine. 201
Olympics are the biz!; Scotland's young whizz kids are exercising their brains to show we're still winners with ideas, says Marjorie Calder. 551
PELE RED -CARDED ..OR TO PUT IT ANOTHER WAY:; Mr Super Caley goes ballistic.. the wife says he's atrocious. 867
PLUNGE BOY'S FIGHT FOR LIFE; Parents in bedside vigil for teenager left in coma by 30ft fall from building. 335
pounds 100k earners on the increase. 185
pounds 500 World Cup Golden Goal. 889
Psychopath butchered pregnant victim for being black; Race-hate monster in attack on own girlfriend. 581
Reaching your goal; Two of Scotland's top business brains tell Magnus Gardham about the personal qualities and expectations required to build up a successful business and how education can help youngsters have the confidence to become budding entrepreneurs. 880
RECORD PETS: Get along to your local .. 569
Retailer therapy; A jobsfair focus on shop work is an ideal way to explore working with a big name employer. 543
Royals ban MPs on palace probe. 238
Scientists dodge fat. 88
Scots women go it alone. 256
SHARK EAT SHARK; Lenders get death threats from rivals. 318
Sharon flies in as US row brews. 169
Sharon in bid to win EU support for Israel. 211
SHOPPERS IN WITH A PRAYER; Superstore ministers plan. 191
Smile Brand Promotion put advertising in the picture. 178
Spider advert crash fears. 109
Steve's path to glory. 159
Stop passing political buck. 202
Take Ivor's tips to get to the top. 191
TAM COWAN HE'S KEEPING ABREAST OF THE WORLD CUP: Why does Gaby's front remind me of Grand Canyon? 963
The boss who is always listening; Scottish Entrepreneur of the Year Ivor Tiefenbrun is never slow to air his point of view and so far it has done him no harm, writes Colin Calder. 1200
THE GREAT BIG ESCAPE; Sad Sandy's rooftop scramble to get away from boredom ... or was it England-Nigeria? 414
The things some Scots do to avoid watching England. 102
The way to good health; Report on an innovative training scheme aimed at keeping NHS staff up-to-date with modern medicine and health care. 452
Three Rs that put pressure on small firms. 244
Tutu many ballet boys. 122
TV WITH FRANCES TRAYNOR: SOLID GOLD; Dodgy drug trials, greed, corruption - this had it all TV WITH. 1045
Unhealthy greed. 194
US GOLF: TORTURE CHAMBER; Monster course can inflict serious pain but Garcia reckons patience is the key to glory. 1179
Value Added; Confused about the changes in this year's Budget? Tax expert Bruce Wilson puts you right on three of the most frequently asked questions. 1378
Virgin territory; When it comes to sailing boats, here are a couple of lads who can point you in the right direction, writes David Steele. 1005
Voice of Scotland Readers Letters: BRITAIN CAN'T TAKE THE ASYLUM BABIES. 979
WAR ON TERROR: EMERGENCY ROLE FOR TA. 97
We've got it made. 290
Wedding swapped for ball and chain. 216
Welcome. 216
Westlife snub fans for TV game; EXCLUSIVE. 562
WHISKY GALORE; Cheers as exports beat the billion bottle barrier. 317
Why I decided to pack it all in; Fed up working for other people, Bill Vosilius boxed clever and spread out on his own. Now things just get better, finds David Whitton. 830
Why we should try going it alone; Jim Mather, SNP national treasurer, argues that raising our own taxes can lead Scotland back into prosperity. 745
Working mothers lose out to men. 192
World Cup 2002: AAAAARGH-ENTINA; Batistuta agony France in falling as favourites join at the first hurdle. 586
World Cup 2002: ANORAKS'CORNER. 193
World Cup 2002: ANOTHER FINE MEX; Misery for Latinos as Italy aim to avoid early exit. 686
World Cup 2002: COSTA RICA v BRAZIL BBC1 7.30. 173
World Cup 2002: ECUADOR v CROATIA BBC DIGITAL 12.30. 160
World Cup 2002: Henrik's helping Anders; Larsson's tip pays off for Swedes. 205
World Cup 2002: It's tough trying to poke holes in English defence; TV WATCH. 576
World Cup 2002: NEVER SAY GUAY; South Americans make it through to last 16 after stunning late fightback. 508
World Cup 2002: Oh no, Sono .. he hid rivals' score and it backfired. 399
World Cup 2002: SPREAD BETTING; Hot Totti can help Italians rise early. 360
World Cup 2002: The COSGROVE CHALLENGE. 165
World Cup 2002: TOTTI BIT COCKY; Striker tips Italy for ultimate prize. 280
World Cup 2002: TURKEY v CHINA BBC DIGITAL 7.30. 170
World Cup 2002: WORLD CUP DREAMTEAM. 364
WORLD CUP SPECIAL : 2002 UPDATE. 106
WORLD CUP SPECIAL : 2002 UPDATE. 93
WORLD CUP SPECIAL : 2002 UPDATE. 90
WORLD CUP SPECIAL : 2002 UPDATE. 101
WORLD CUP SPECIAL : GOOOOOA-L; Ronaldo can net you a packet in superstars shooting gallery. 359
WORLD CUP SPECIAL : Peter's Owen target. 186
WORLD CUP SPECIAL : Start thinking the unthinkable - England CAN win the World Cup. 934
WORLD CUP SPECIAL : Teddy: Yes, we are going to do it. 116
WORLD CUP SPECIAL : Three Lions on the shirt, 1966 and Vera Lynn .. yes we're getting carried away; SAYS JIMMY HILL. 823
WORLD CUP SPECIAL: Argentina mourns a football disaster. 149
WORLD CUP SPECIAL: CLAUD MOUTH CLAUD; Clot Caniggia sees red after calling ref "son of a bitch" from Argie bench Every fixture, every team DON'T MISS IT TOMORROW. 327
WORLD CUP SPECIAL: England stops. 238
WORLD CUP SPECIAL: Voodoo you think will win, Mr Fixit? 208
You're never too old to learn. 298
YOUR SAILING PASS NOTES. 173

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