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Articles from Sunday Mirror (London, England) (November 1, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
'Our marriage was a sham'. Rockett, Karen 215
'She asked for it' Thug's sick jibe at air hostess he slashed with a bottle. Bowden, Nigel 448
'Skull curse' old couple are murdered. Rockett, Karen 180
'Stop car suicide computer game'. 185
9 held after seaside riot. 88
A day in the life... Taxi driver Lorraine Brown; In the driving seat. Young, Caoimhe 681
Advice through the ages. 981
Alternating currants. 220
Angling: Tactics and sly tricks - but still bait by the fish. Parker, Ken 597
Around the island. 1072
Athletics: McKiernan in the running for record haul in Amsterdam. O'Reilly, Hugh 313
ATTACK ALERT AS STONE REJECTS PRISON GUARD. Kempster, Doug 201
Beauty Update; PAMPER YOURSELF WITH THE LATEST ALL-OVER BODY TREATS...AND ADD A LITTLE SPARKLE TO YOUR LIFE. 310
Belfast killing puts pressure on peace. Kite, Melissa 546
Belfast shooting puts the pressure on peace. 146
Blaze toddler loses 4-day fight for life. 89
Boomtime for bogus builders. 87
Boxing: It's misery for Wenton. 82
Britain's poor land pounds 150m National Lottery jackpot. Bird, Steve 198
British banker 'paid boys for sex in Thailand'. 105
Carole Malone's column: It's a little late for Carling's flak label. Malone, Carole 145
Carole Malone's column: Loyal Camilla deserves better than this farce. Malone, Carole 226
Carole Malone's column: Power...and the passion for cheap al fresco thrills. Malone, Carole 718
Child porn seized. 85
Church mass clue in Ludlow murder case. Flanagan, Pat 405
Club Scene: Three steps to a heavenly night at Trilogy. 595
Cracking the morse code; INSPECTOR MORSE IS BACK FOR A TWO-HOUR SPECIAL WITH A NEW SIDEKICK IN TOW. ANGELA COOKE MET THE NERVOUS NEWCOMER AND FOUND OUT WHY HE OWES JOHN THAW A DRINK. Cooke, Angela 789
Cricket: A breeze for Windies. 99
Cricket: Aussies unearth another gem from rookie ranks. 473
Cricket: Pakistan fix row rolls on. 87
Cricket: You're arrogant and you're rubbish; Chappell blasts England no-hopers. Lander, Chris 737
Davies went for SECOND walk in a park. Luckett, Tim 233
Dear Linda: Am I too old to please at 70? Wolfe, Linda 270
Dear Linda: FEEDBACK. Wolfe, Linda 123
Dear Linda: Haunted by the memory of my lost children. Wolfe, Linda 174
Dear Linda: I'm not tickled by his turn-on. Wolfe, Linda 98
Dear Linda: Pregnant pause in our love life has left me distraught. Wolfe, Linda 519
Dear Michelle: Readers' letters. 866
Desperate Diana slashed body with fork; Amazing revelations in book Princess wanted the world to read. Kempster, Doug 823
Diana The Secret Years: The Diana I knew loved life and men and fun...a far cry from the neurotic creature she was so often portrayed as. Simmons, Simone 9866
Diana's landmine victim faces a life of poverty. Thorne, Frank 469
Disco inferno 'may be arson'. 99
Don't repeat 'Mandelson is gay' claim, orders BBC. Rockett, Karen 164
DOWNPOUR BRINGS DEATH AND CHAOS. Hayward, Stephen 314
Drug watch stepped up. 83
Eamonn Holmes's column. Holmes, Eamonn 674
Everyone wins with Lucky Bags; GUARANTEED. 469
FERGIE FACES pounds 100,000 BILL TO PAY OFF MOTHER'S DEBTS. Sherwood, Deborah 532
Fiddler on the hoof; VANESSA-MAE WAS LEARNING THE VIOLIN ALMOST AS SOON AS SHE COULD WALK. NOW, AT 20, SHE IS MORE DETERMINED THAN EVER TO BE THE BEST, AS RICHARD BARBER FOUND OUT. Barber, Richard 1655
Finest food - but no just desserts; YOUR CHANCE TO BE A FOOD CRITIC - DINE FREE AT A POPULAR RESTAURANT AND TELL US THE RESULT. John; Leo, Heather 666
Football: 9 goals at the Oval. Clark, Bill 243
Football: A degree of the Blues. GabYorath 213
Football: A Gigg-le for plucky Watford. Agnew, Paul 428
Football: Aldo's blast at old pal Moore. Clarkin, Ray 392
Football: An easy dance for top Rankin. Thompson, Alan 229
Football: Barry bang 'em in; LEAGUE OF WALES. 155
Football: Bart simpleton. 89
Football: Bates: I couldn't give a damn about what my players want. Nickless, Graham 880
Football: Bayer's dire warning: Beware the Ulf man. Gill, Arthur 579
Football: Better late than never for Newry; NEWRY TOWN 3 PORTADOWN 2. 150
Football: Bishop answers call. Matthews, Henry 578
Football: Blake and blue, Joe. Nickless, Graham 629
Football: Boss Aldo in late storm. Clarkin, Ray 305
Football: Brave Butler pinches point. McHugh, Joe 362
Football: Carl packs late punch. 176
Football: Cool Carl's aim is true. 188
Football: County put on the style. 109
Football: Crusaders put Mac on the rack. McCreedie, John 159
Football: Danes fear Cardiff tie. Gorman, Ken 484
Football: Danish blue as reds roll on. Leach, Martin 873
Football: Dowie loses cool as Rangers crash. Cross, John 420
Football: Fantasy football. 170
Football: Fanzone - Cut ticket prices now and give the Cup games back to the fans. McNally, Brian 634
Football: Farmer Paul aims to make hay. Rees, Tony 382
Football: Fit Foley hunts with the Wolves. O'Reilly, Hugh 309
Football: Forest men plan to snub Van's goals. Mills, Bill 139
Football: Gazza is back; Shamed star plays today, a week after quitting clinic. Mcnally, Brian 255
Football: Giggs crisis; United star's Euro blow. Leach, Martin 305
Football: Giggs shock; Wales star Ryan is out with a fractured foot. Leach, Martin 305
Football: Glens on cloud nine. Clark, Bill 424
Football: Gordon the Ayr raiser. McHugh, Joe 354
Football: Gunners in good shape for Kiev. Smith, Paul 725
Football: Halifax earn Pat on back. 108
Football: Hayles hot -but Rovers let it slip. Latham, Richard 213
Football: Hendrie puts angry Ash on the spot. Hopkins, Arthur 346
Football: High for Middle. 198
Football: Hod to cash in - but only if he wins. Mills, Bill 375
Football: Hoddle can cash in - if England win. Mills, Bill 235
Football: Horton's left on a high. 163
Football: I paid to join Saints. Gill, Arthur 454
Football: I'm fed up with being Mr nice guy; Southgate hates 'Queen Mum' image. Clavane, Anthony 1021
Football: It won't wash with tel. Cook, Garry 396
Football: It's Hib Hib hurrah; ROUND-UP. 220
Football: Jubilant Jones hails courage of Saints as revival gathers pace. Sutton, Lindsay 658
Football: Kenny case goes to court. McNally, Brian 267
Football: Kev's men march on. 202
Football: Kirkwood: My 16 months of pure Hull! Hepburn, Preview Ray 453
Football: Let me go or I'll quit; Dublin's ultimatum as he plans move to Villa. Mills, Bill 504
Football: Little john's a big buy. Butcher, Terry 475
Football: Little's big finish for Crewe. Gubba, John 373
Football: Lorenzo oils Gers' title ambitions; Skipper provides perfect tonic. Morrison, Don 555
Football: Lucky Linfield hit the spot. Ireland, Bill 259
Football: Magic Johnson is just the trick. Nicoli, Luke 238
Football: Magpies in a Wright rage. McNally, Brian 987
Football: Meet the new Roy Keane! O'Reilly, Hugh 562
Football: Millar regrets his moment of madness. Clark, Bill 264
Football: Mix and no match is asking for trouble. McKenlay, Andy Gray Interview: Steve 1045
Football: Murray's major worry; 'We had a taxing schedule. Motherwell had a 10-day break'. Hepburn, Ray 318
Football: Ndlovu's tumble trouble. White, Peter 547
Football: Nice Guy Paddy gets tough. Clavane, Anthony 454
Football: Now Rocks are thrown to the Lions. McGroarty, Preview Frank 344
Football: O'Leary misses his lucas aid. Smith, Dave 1055
Football: O'Leary throws a Paddy as Mr nice guy gets tough. Clavane, Anthony 1218
Football: Our life boys. Youngsters, Don Morrison On Scotland'S 418
Football: Painting bad picture. 117
Football: Pathetic Plymouth draw blank. Lake, Alan 215
Football: Payton in top place. 109
Football: Pierre faces Forest fire. GabYorath 268
Football: Priceless Paul. 123
Football: Pure Tosh for Deano. Jackson, Nick 425
Football: Put up or shut up, Sullivan. Gorman, Ken 281
Football: Red-hot Cot sees reds rot. Harris, Trevor 895
Football: Restless Feeney shows signs of unrest after being rested. Clark, Bill 288
Football: Rob gets off the hook. 153
Football: Robbed by Robinson. 143
Football: Sad Exeter sink again. 151
Football: Sammy's red mist. 112
Football: Shaw sign of class. 186
Football: Six appeal for Royals. 191
Football: Six-hit Carlo sews it up. 115
Football: Sorry Swansea. 197
Football: Super-sub Michael dreams of bridging the gap. McNally, Brian 808
Football: Surgeon's a smash hit for Bangor; DIVISION ONE. Coates, Adam 182
Football: Tears and fears for Vialli as he faces the pressure on a Bridge of sighs. Clavane, Anthony 1034
Football: The Foreign legion. 355
Football: The Killie season. Gill, Arthur 698
Football: The man who only turns out when he's plastered. Clark, Bill 332
Football: The sunday match Middlesbrough v Forest - Kick-off 4pm. 181
Football: This Valiant effort just not enough. Jackson, Nick 359
Football: Those Ruud charms. GabYorath 230
Football: Three wheeling. 93
Football: Throw out the racists; 'Badly let down' Airdrie to act over Wallace abuse. Morrison, Don 302
Football: Thugs attack coach. White, Peter 475
Football: Tom and Jody show top of bill. Daniels, Joe 152
Football: Toothless Owls agony for Danny. Sutton, Lindsay 751
Football: Vega vows to battle on. Nickless, Graham 309
Football: Vialli's fury over call-off. 90
Football: Was this a goal? Morrison, Don 203
Football: Water joke, says angry Hodgson. 236
Football: We're just glad the one without the teeth won't be in Zurich. 302
Football: Weir woe as Hearts sink. Moore, Wallace 287
Football: Well and truly Don by John and Jamie. Marshall, Ron 421
Football: Where were those Gers fans?; The Scottish Scene. Hepburn, Raging Ray 685
Football: Wigan pair strike it rich. 96
Football: Win 20 pairs of Puma boots. 192
Football: Win a VIP trip to United game. 143
Football: Win pounds 2,000 with Vernons Easy Play. 172
Football: Win tickets for top Premier matches. 180
Football: Wreh: I'm no Kiev chicken. Cross, John 191
Football: Wright you are, ref! McNally, Brian 671
Free meal offer. 224
From Kabul and Kosovo to a cafe in Croydon...we follow the trail of the sad human cargo smuggled into Britain; SUNDAY MIRROR INVESTIGATION EXPOSES THE SINISTER MR FIX-IT WHO HAS MADE A FORTUNE BRINGING 30,000 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS TO BRITAIN. Johnson, Graham 1877
From the pulpit: What does the Church hold for young people? Durkan, John 647
GAA: Now let's hear it for the superwomen. Gill, Words Barry 257
GAA: Time for change. Gill, Words Barry 762
Gardening: Light up your plants for the greatest floor show on earth. Wild, Adrienne 929
Get married abroad...without a hitch. Barnes, Lucy 249
GIRL AND HER GRAN KILLED BY DRIVER, 89. Pittaway, Brendan 223
Golf: Lee zooming in on Monty's title parade. McGuire, Bernie 786
Grandad becomes guardian of the family. Bird, Steve 192
Harry Enfield reveals his biggest wish - to win his father's approval; I'm terrified of turning into an Old Git like Dad ...in fact, I think I have. Hyland, Ian 935
He's an MP who helps to run the country, she's a mother of two and a housewife. So who has the the most stressful lifestyle? Cooke, Angela 911
Health: Check-up - Hot tips to keep warm in winter. 261
Health: Protect the unborn against spina bifida. Young, Caoimhe 644
Here comes the bride ...and the Red Arrows. Hamer, Rupert 391
HOLIDAYS: LAST-MINUTE GETAWAYS. 83
HOLIDAYS: TAXI, FOLLOW THOSE SKIS... 552
Hospital list will shame NHS money grabbers. Bird, Steve 219
How I hired minister's stolen car for pounds 35. McGEE, DAVID 635
I can't stop my runaway daughter dating teacher. Pittaway, Brendan 438
I was stalked for 14 years now I'm finally FREE; HILARY BROOKS FEARED SHE WOULD DIE AS ONE MAN MADE HER LIFE A LIVING HELL. HERE SHE TELLS DENNA ALLEN HOW THE NIGHTMARE FINALLY ENDED. Allen, Denna 1960
In an ideal world: Caught by the knick-knacks. 278
Iraq says No to UN inspections. 96
Ireland my Ireland: Bewleys is my watering hole. 701
Irish sales of Viagra 'drooping'. 198
Is cloning an abuse of nature? Moran, Larry; Fhearghail, Aoife Ni 1540
Is it time for our soaps to go back to basics?; As one of Britain's leading TV makers calls for a halt to sex, sensation and violence, we ask... Redmond, Phil; Park, Brian 595
It's all down to Schu Eddie.. Macauley, Ted 896
Jacqueline McGregor's: Cinema hotseat. 382
Julia's pounds 300,000 surprise party. 127
KILLERS AND RAPISTS TO GET COLOUR TVs IN THEIR CELLS. Luckett, Tim 410
KILLING 'TIMED TO DAMAGE PEACE'. Kite, Melissa 541
Kissing Sandra Bullock wasn't that bad; MOST MEN WOULD RELISH THE PROSPECT OF GOING TO BED WITH SPEED STAR SANDRA BULLOCK. NOT HARRY CONNICK JR. HE DREADED THE THOUGHT OF EVEN KISSING HIS CO-STAR. ROBIN EGGAR FOUND OUT WHY. Eggar, Robin 1687
Knitting pretty; STAY ONE JUMP-ER HEAD OF THE CROWD WITH THE NEWEST IN SLIMLINE KNITWEAR. Sunshine, Becky 96
Mafia wife back in Britain on the dole. Graham, Dave 354
Man shot in back as family feud boils over. 80
Man's hand chopped off by sword in street fight. 153
MI5 failed to warn Blair about the risk. Bird, Steve 211
More home loan joy as interest rate cut looms. Edwards, Mike 181
Motor racing: Coulthard: I'll be king. 95
Mr DAVIES, THIS IS NOT TRUE; AS THE CASE OF THE SHAMED MINISTER GROWS MURKIER AND MORE COMPLEX, THERE ARE CLAIMS OF A GAY RENDEZVOUS NEAR THE M4 AND PLEAS FOR DRUGS; Detectives challenge MP's version of attack amid fears he could have been blackmail target. Gardner, Andrew; Luckett, Tim 681
Mystery of rugby star's death at 28. 86
No hiding place for the Mr Bigs who profit from this vile trade; Home Secretary Jack Straw writes for the Sunday Mirror. Straw, Jack 368
Nuala McKeever's column: Save children from the Pringles jingles. McKeever, Nuala 334
Nuala McKeever's column: Spare me the bull-dozers. McKeever, Nuala 233
Nuala McKeever's column: The mark of the beast... McKeever, Nuala 199
Out & about in Ireland. 697
Out for a stroll...the doctor who won pounds 1/2m for pricking her fing er and being scared to go out into open spaces; NEEDLES PHOBIA MADE DR CELIA A VIRTUAL PRISONER IN HER OWN HOME. Harper, James 544
PAULA HAS BETRAYED MY MICHAEL'S MEMORY. Thorne, Frank 573
Police quiz Mike Reid's wife as rottweiler attacks horse. Smith, Warwick 416
Politically Incorrect: Alley-cat Bill clings on ...but Hillary's the hero. Buckland, Chris 1134
pounds 1bn firm tried to charge girl workers pounds 2 to beat cancer. Blamires, Diana 619
Q and A: Jeremy Clarkson; IF JEREMY CLARKSON WAS A CAR HE'D PROBABLY BE A FERRARI. WITH A NEW VIDEO, MODESTLY TITLED THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS JEREMY CLARKSON VIDEO IN THE WORLD EVER, RELEASED LAST WEEK HE TELLS JOHN KERCHER WHY HE LOVES ICELAND...AND HOW HE'D LIKE TO TAKE KATE MOSS FOR A TEST DRIVE. Kercher, John 669
Racing: Brave Dato has a date with destiny. Nutting, Gary 525
Racing: Caring Kieren stops horsing around. Lysaght, Cornelius 777
Racing: Delphi heads for Ascot. Clower, Michael 220
Racing: John James McManus Memorial Hurdle preview. 232
Racing: Phil is top of the form. Lysaght, Cornelius 91
Racing: Ray's wake-up call. Clower, Michael 522
Racing: Super Jamie's the Coome-back kid. Lysaght, Cornelius 204
Racing: When dress is distressed. 87
Raging Bull Corbett is hungry for victory. Moore, Steven 1437
Revealed ...how Ireland signed up to give cash to Sellafield. Flanagan, Pat 318
Reviews: New Albums. Hyland, Ian 89
Reviews: Videos of the Week. Watts, Jeremy 97
REVIEWS: WHAT'S ON AT THE MOVIES. Falk, Quentin 298
Right good read: Frank Mitchell. 358
Rocket fuel; AMANDA GRANT HAS JUST THE RECIPES FOR A SPARKLING BONFIRE NIGHT PARTY. Grant, Amanda 846
Rugby League: BBC faces threat to RL cover; John Huxley's Rugby League Gossip. Huxley, John 283
Rugby League: It's a hoot for the Kiwis! Huddersfield, John Huxley 1148
Rugby League: Win Tickets for the second Test. 116
Rugby Union: Catt's sad show sees Bath sink. Ross, Alasdair 433
Rugby Union: Chris Smart's rugby round-up. 156
Rugby Union: Eagle has landed - the sequel. Clifford, Richard (English bishop) 327
Rugby Union: French fire far too hot for Reivers. Kelso, David 390
Rugby Union: Good Evans gives Neath a European Cup victory. Williams, George 271
Rugby Union: Henry set to take the Nick; Richmond's rookie wing Walne set for Wales call-up. Jones, Spencer 347
Rugby Union: Hepher milks the limelight. 240
Rugby Union: Hickie on the comeback trail. O'Reilly, Hugh 245
Rugby Union: Holmes: Sullivan will be a superstar. Clifford, Richard (English bishop) 252
Rugby Union: Monster Munster win. 266
Rugby Union: More trouble at No 10; It has to be Jenks, but is he up for it? Jones, Phil Bennett Interview Spencer 1050
Rugby Union: More woe for Swans and Ponty. Jones, Spencer 216
Rugby Union: Punch-up pair are pals again. Jones, Spencer 561
Rugby Union: Punch-up pair pals again. Jones, Spencer 456
Rugby Union: Sarries left feeling well Under par. Ward, Les 308
Rugby Union: Scarlets sizzle in drizzle. Edwards, John 537
Rugby Union: Super Davey runs the show. 245
Rugby Union: Treviso 33 Pontypridd 19. 252
Rugby Union: Walker strolls over for four; Scottish Rugby Round-up. 123
Rural life: EU helps bolster prices. 171
Rural life: Never hedge bets on conservation. 273
Rural life: Sportsmen aim to change gun laws. Magowan, Rodney 406
Sandra's Psychic Solutions: A touch of candle magic on Hallowe'en. 1245
School patrols for problem pupils. 139
SEAN OUTSHINES THE STARS FOR OMAGH. Burdony, Jackie 362
Son feared dead at spot where dad drowned. Reading, Dennis 301
Stop the world I want to get off...we're back to; MISS WHIRL; IT'S GOODBYE FROM HIM... COLIN WILLS REMEMBERS THE TEARS AND THE TANTRUMS AS THE GIRLS PACK THEIR BATHING SUITS AND GO IN SEARCH OF A CROWN. Wills, Colin 645
Sunday Mirror Comment: Britain must not be a soft touch for immigrants. 321
Sunday Mirror Comment: Resign yourself to telling the truth, Ron. 171
Tennis: Sampras a soft Dutch. 96
TESCO JOIN MOBILE PHONES PRICE WAR. Brown, Millicent 205
The Diary: Home-wrecking blonde to join EastEnders'. Hyland, Ian 91
The Diary: Natalie Appleton in TV dinner party row. Hyland, Ian 90
The Diary: The Sky falls in on Evans breakfast show. Hyland, Ian 312
THE GUINNESS BOOK OF AMAZING NATURE: AVALANCHES; PART ONE: RESTLESS EARTH. 637
THE GUINNESS BOOK OF AMAZING NATURE: EARTHQUAKES; PART ONE: RESTLESS EARTH Every year half a million earthquakes shake the planet. Most are minor, but 100 a year are so violent they release more energy than an atomic bomb, with a huge cost in human life. 2532
THE GUINNESS BOOK OF AMAZING NATURE: INTRODUCTION; PART ONE: RESTLESS EARTH. 305
THE GUINNESS BOOK OF AMAZING NATURE: VOLCANOES; PART ONE: RESTLESS EARTH. 1371
THE GUINNESS BOOK OF AMAZING NATURE: WATERWORKS; PART ONE: RESTLESS EARTH. 566
The write stuff; Literacy is a vital social skill, but many children leave school unable to read or write. 2457
Tune in turn on to TV3's smoothie. Young, Caoimhe 2028
TV Watch: A piece of the action's simply mind-boggling. Hyland, Ian 316
Tweedie and Scott's; HOT TO TROT column. Tweedie; Scott 911
Two girls who had what it takes...and how they became millionairesses by the age of 30; WE'VE GOT HUSBANDS, WE'VE GOT BABIES - AND WE'VE GOT A FORTUNE IN THE BANK. Hancock, Louise 1747
Ulster leaders condemn killing. 101
Vicar's road to Hell paved with concrete. Read, Len 180
Wall's new ice cream logo takes a licking. 82
We are gay and proud. Beattie, Jilly; Doherty, Amanda 2538
What makes the world's most beautiful women starve themselves and end up like this? Schaverien, Tracy 635
Whitehall halts tests for 'Mad Salmon Disease'. Smith, Warwick 524
Why i like my school: Matthew Scott, aged 10, primary seven at Olderfleet Primary School, Larne, Co Antrim. Scott, Matthew 427
Your Health: Happy days for SAD stars. 118
Your Health: Health Check. 91
Your Health: Little Lexie's sad legacy. 177
Your Health: Q & A. Porter, Mark 627
Your Health: This Viagra-style cream has saved my love life. Halle, Martyn 432
Your Health: Why star Louise bans aspirins and antibiotics. Malins, Sue 692
Your Wealth: In the City. Yuille, Mike 251
Your Wealth: Q&A. Whitney, Linda 376
YOUR WEALTH: WHEEL WAYS TO SAVE ON CAR INSURANCE. 323
Your Wealth:. 125

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