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Articles from Sunday Mirror (London, England) (March 16, 1997)

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'I KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE TO SUFFER' MY HEALTH, BY STUART MILES OF BLUE PETER. Hyland, Ian 883
'Sue was all legs and blonde hair . . boys loved her'. Wills, Colin 1283
30 years of bum, boom and bust for the lingerie queen; I DID IT MY WAY by Janet Reger. 540
A FUNNY OLD DANE. Thompson, Alan 572
A POWER OF GOOD; WHEN PERSONAL INTERVIEWED HEALER JOHN McGRATH IN JANUARY SOME READERS SAID THEY FELT BETTER JUST BY LOOKING AT HIS PICTURE. COLIN WILLS TALKS TO THE MAN WHOSE SUCCESS IS MAKING DOCTORS TAKE NOTICE. Wills, Colin 772
Action stations as super Cindy meets her Max. 461
Adam set for Holl of Fame. Whiting, Steve 267
AGONY FOR CHALMERS. Kelso, David 864
ALLISON IN BLUNDERLAND. Whiting, Steve 384
ANIMAL MAGIC; (even when you've got your hand up a cow's backside or you're holding a horse's naughty bits). Wills, Colin 571
Anti-veggie brigade eat their words; SHE'S CONTROVERSIAL, SHE'S OUTRAGEOUS... AND SHE'S HERE EVERY SUNDAY. McKEEVER, NUALA 876
ARRIVEDERCI REDKNAPP! 200
Aussies on the rack. 246
AVOID A TAXING TIME AND YOU CAN SAVE pounds pounds pounds s. Boliver, Diane 694
Bank on Harte. O'reilly, Hugh 357
Battler Bond hits Hendry. 160
BECKS APPEAL; FIFTY FABULOUS FACTS ABOUT MANCHESTER UTD'S BOY WONDER DAVID BECKHAM . . . AND A SUPERB FULL-COLOUR POSTER FOR YOUR WALL. 1020
Billy boy's biggest joy; ME AND MY GARDEN. 251
BOOKS. Morris, Sally 402
Boss can't Curb anger. Hopkins, Arthur 309
Brighton rocked. 129
BROOKSIDE BRIDE BEV FINDS A NEW LOVE. Pisa, Nick 283
Brown targets Tannadice terrors. 257
Brown's a belter. Cooke, Michael 147
BULLS ON RAMPAGE; The BIG voice of Rugby League. Murphy, Alex 548
Burley: I'm a striker light. Cruise, Ian 376
But Liverpool look title wannabes! Smith, Paul 690
CAN'T TALK NOW, IT'S SOAP TIME. 169
Crash dummies!; On today's Old Firm clash. Butcher, Terry 608
Crosby's hit. 92
Cruel to be Ken. McNALLY, BRIAN 1086
D-Day for the bosses. Latham, Richard 321
DALGLISH TRAILS THE JONES BOY. McNALLY, BRIAN 264
DEAR EVE. Pollard, Eve 1534
Dirty Deals! Linley's restaurant girl sells sex...with a discount on the food too. Rice, Dennis; Whitty, Fiona 1523
DIRTY DONNA HAS A BABY BY HER SOLDIER, SOLDIER LOVER. Bell, Matthew 342
DON'T LEAVE YOUR PENSION IN A STATE. 437
DON'T PANIC! IT'S ONLY DAD'S ARMY. Morrison, Don 294
DREAM IS OVER FOR SAD NEIL. Williams, David 256
England deserve plaudits. Bennett, Phil 235
EVANS AND HELL FOR REDS. Smith, Paul 271
EVERYBODY'S HAPPY ON FRIENDLY JERSEY! Barnes, Lucy 327
Evil daddy took my childhood away... Malone, Carole 1081
FERGIE'S DOUBLE DREAM. Agnew, Paul 236
Flo's out for Anfield glory. Nickless, Graham 260
Free Cadbury's Creme Egg for every reader. 179
Free Star Wars album and super stickers! 207
From sick as a parrot to over the moon...a football crowd of one. 783
GERS IN DOUBLE SWOOP. Morrison, Don 203
Giggsy has gone completely daffy! 142
Give us a home banker in the Cup. Shaw, Peter 608
Gladiator in battle for Ulrika's love. 83
Grecian groans! 232
GROBB PAYS BILL. 295
HARRY'S PLEDGE. Southon, Hugh 544
Hat's a shame. 111
Haven't I done well, says Major. 111
heard it. 333
Heath on fire. 106
HOW I'D BLOW pounds 10,000 by Wayne Sleep. 255
HOW TO HAVE STYLE. 148
I WORK OR I DIE; Superman star Christopher Reeve tells how pounds 250,000-a-year medical bills for a broken neck leave him with a stark choice. Wigmore, Barry 2816
IF YOU THINK ALL THE FAKE GUCCIS ARE MADE IN TAIWAN, THINK AGAIN... THEY COME FROM PRESTON. Gerrie, David 690
Invasion of the Smog Monsters! Langley, Mike 874
It's all coming up bubbly for Derry. 306
JAN-TRUM. 304
JERRY'S THE LAD FOR JACK. Nickless, Graham 913
Jimmy Mac's out to reign supreme. Gill, Barry 282
Jobs for the boys who were Tory MPs. 279
Jones' late late show. 181
Juninho is a ray of hope. Foulger, Neville 582
KENNY GETS THE ABBEY HABIT!; Dalglish homes in on a heavenly pounds 400,000 move. McNALLY, BRIAN 678
KILLERS GUN DOWN FATHER AS HE FEEDS TWIN BABIES. Gorrod, Joe 454
LADY AND THE CHAMP; How Louise struck Cheltenham Gold with Mr Mulligan! Barnes, David 819
LET'S BE FRANK. 397
Liam and Patsy in Irish wedding? 167
Liam in wedding bally-hoo. 104
LOADSA GOODIES FOR YOU! 340
LOCK IN OR LOSE OUT AS HOME LOAN RATES HIT THE ROOF. 360
Lohan hungry like a Wolfe. Gill, Barry 390
LOOK BEFORE YOU WINDFALL. 340
MAC IS BACK FOR McCARTHY. O'reilly, Hugh 261
MAGNOLIAS ARE MAGIC!; ASK ADRIENNE. Wild, Adrienne 647
Major Rhodes work ahead! Clark, Bill 254
MAJOR v BLAIR TV SHOWDOWN IS ON AS POLL GAP WIDENS. Pisa, Nick 661
Mark of the ripper. Ireland, Bill 220
ME & MY MONEY by Amanda Reddington. 239
ME & MY MONEY by Andrea Boardman. 104
ME & MY MONEY. Callard, Bev 142
MIRROR WATCH. McKay, Caragh 271
MOVIES. Falk, Quentin 485
Mum, 16, hid dead baby in bedroom. 109
Mum, 16, hid dead baby under bed for three weeks. 103
My brother's life is really going to pot; DON'T INHALE THESE CANNABIS MYTHS. Porter, Mark 1342
NEIL'S A SULLY BOY. Sutton, Lindsay 569
Never-say-die Niven in Seventh heaven. 189
news on the net. Hancock, David 292
Notts suffer crash landing. 130
NUNS ON RUN AS RESCUE BOAT'S GUNS BLAZE AWAY. Pisa, Nick 327
Oh, Malone! Malone, Carole 1066
Olazabal on the march. 144
PATIENT POWER; DASHING WARTIME STYLES ARE BEING REVIVED THANKS TO THE CLASSIC OUTFITS WORN BY BEAUTIFUL KRISTIN SCOTT THOMAS, ABOVE, IN THIS WEEK'S HOT NEW FILM THE ENGLISH PATIENT. 181
Paul walks tall as he Rok's Da House down; MUSIC. Hyland, Ian 539
Phil's on fire. 119
Pick up a tax-free PEP to perk up your pocket. Boliver, Diane 851
Pool sliding. 84
Porto? It's Pete who scares me! Mills, Bill 848
Posh under the cosh. 133
Pulis in a fury. 122
Questions and Answers. 407
QUICHE AND TELL; Top chef lifts the lid on secrets of Major's kitchen cabinet. O'Hanlon, Terry 1371
RAGING BULL SEES RED. Jackson, Nick 451
Reynolds favourite for president. 129
Right on course; IT'S SIMPLE, IT'S HEALTHY AND IT GIVES A BRAND NEW FLAVOUR TO YOUR FAMILY MEALTIMES . . . TRY THE LATEST IN OUR SERIES OF THREE-COURSE TREATS. 666
Roget on the rack. Burrington, Peter 364
Rushie fears the worst. Gorman, Ken 517
SCANDAL OF THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING JOBLESS FIGURES. Edwards, Mike 820
Scar's healed as Boro score. 249
Sean's in the nose. 87
Shaken Shiels happy to play it again. Cameron, Grant 199
Shannon stretch lead. 300
Sharleen's a sure winner; ROCK ON: IT'S ULSTER'S HOTTEST ROCK COLUMN. Martin, Paul 492
Shaun itches to join M-ove People. Huxley, John 274
SHERI IN SUGAR BUST-UP. Steggles, Jack 252
SMILE AS YOU SAY HI TO A THAI. Lakeman, Geoffrey 276
SPEAKER'S CORNER. Moncrieff, Chris 816
Speedy Lee's a chip off the old block!; New Feeney son rise at Ards. Clark, Bill 279
Spice 'n easy for Fergie; Posh and Sporty - that's Utd. Agnew, Paul 528
Spireites hit high notes at last. 210
Stormin' Norman chokes Bangor. Clark, Bill 243
STYLE POLICE. 158
Super Sidhu. 109
Surgeon rides the big dipper. Clark, Bill 198
Tale of two captains. Morrison, Don 421
The next round is on U2, Bono!: THE BIZ. White, Declan 877
The saddest date on the calendar... Wills, Colin 325
THOR POINTS; How Dundee United are Viking back to happiness. Hepburn, Ray 604
THUMBS UP, TOM. Clower, Michael 241
TINO CALLS THE TOON; Asprilla magic sets up romp for Magpies. McNALLY, BRIAN 688
Top dogs Carlisle stumble. 214
TOP FILMS. 98
Trev's Trauma. Gubba, John 204
WADDLE CAN BE A BRUMMIE. Mills, Bill 243
WALKER BLASTS HIS CANARIES. Steggles, Jack 298
Wanless wonder. 88
Warrior and top cop in the dock. 159
Wat a relief for the have-a-Joe heroes. Matthews, Henry 692
What REALLY goes on in your bedroom; THE GREAT BRITISH SEX SURVEY; LONDON and THE SOUTH. Rowe, David 2145
Whitney's had a Mel of a row. 105
Why Her Majesty really is the African Queen. Wills, Colin 284
WILKO RESCUE ACT. Baxter, Trevor 427
Will he Bee off? 118
WILLS' DREAM DATE WITH HIS SPICE GIRLS. 218
WIN pounds 6,000 FOR YOUR OWN PEP! 523
WRIGHT'S RECORD BROUGHT TO BOOK. 145
YEBOAH GETS SHIRTY!; Graham to discipline fed-up Tony. Langley, Mike 699
YES, O'CONNOR! Clark, Bill 370
You can count on me, Mick; I wouldn't miss Ireland matches for the world; Says DENNIS IRWIN. O'reilly, Hugh 818
YOU DON'T DO TISS TO WENGER! Barnes, David 774
You really dig our boy!; Britain's best-known eco-warrior writes for the Sunday Mirror. 967
YOU wept buckets... the BBC drank buckets; FREELOADERS' 12-HOUR BOOZE AND FOOD ORGY WIPES pounds 24m SMILE FROM COMIC RELIEF. Golden, Andrew; Williams, Alexandra 924
Zol destroying for Chelsea. 195

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