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Articles from Sunday Mirror (London, England) (September 13, 1998)

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'It is all such a waste'. 589
'THREE FIREMEN DRUGGED AND RAPED ME AT STATION' Five men suspended after woman's claim leads to sex and drinks probe. Pittaway, Brendan 455
[3] Football: Red mist descends on Sliney. McCREEDY, JOHN 240
200 animals rescued from rescue centre. 90
27 STAFF QUIT AS VIOLENCE FLARES AT CHILDREN'S JAIL; I'd rather work in killers' prison says scared Debbie. Moran, Kathy 473
5m face payroll hold-up over Millennium Bug. 128
A currency crisis - but who gives tuppence? 145
A fairytale wedding for Jamie's mum. 111
A MISSILE ON YOUR CREDIT CARD, SIR? THAT'LL DO NICELY. Hamer, Rupert 316
Accused lawyers up in arms. 237
Adams names his new front bench team. 127
Agony of the ecstasy; IT'S the advice column with a difference. Three people of different ages and in vastly differing circumstances draw on their own life experiences to help readers with their problems. 953
Alcopop plan axed. 86
and another thing... Shaw, Peter 662
ANGEL delight; A NEW BEAUTY IS ABOUT TO SET PULSES RACING IN BALLYKISSANGEL - MILLIONAIRE'S DAUGHTER VICKY SMURFIT. BUT SHE'S NO TRUST FUND BABE, SHE TELLS COLIN WILLS. Wills, Colin 1518
Anger as drink-drive police chief keeps job. 284
Are blood transfusions wrong? Daley, Brendan O'Farrell Rosemary 1684
Army comes under fire after explosion of compo cases; MILLIONS OF POUNDS PAID OUT TO SOLDIERS OVER FIRING RANGE NOISE COMPLAINTS. Beattie, Jilly; Doherty, Amanda 1441
AROUND THE ISLAND. 1076
Athletics: O'Sullivan's in World Cup wonderland; ROUND-UP. 162
BAR BOSS SAYS MICK IS SIMPLY IN THE RED. Callan, Jessica 338
BECKHAM'S BIG BUST-UP; Posh Spice sees his angry scuffle after fans chase limo. Harper, James 268
Blair Babe MP's son, 13 taken into care. Pisa, Nick 417
BLAIR'S BIG BATTLE TO SAVE THE INNER CITIES; Corner shop campaign will boost poor areas. Bird, Steve 349
Blast orders at pub as gelignite falls from attic. 158
Bomb pensioner refuses to budge. 101
Boxing: Schwer triumph. 133
Bubbly Eddie is looking for another 1-2. McAULEY, TED 990
CHANGE OF SCENE FOR TV's CHANGING ROOMS. Brandes, Ian 230
CINEMA HOTSEAT; Mad City Crtificate 15 Running time 115 mins Stars John Travolta, Dustin Hoffman and Alan Alda. McGREGOR, JACQUELINE 299
City slicker who loves to muck in and muck out. Magowan, Rodney 818
CLASH OF THE CHAMPIONS; WIN TICKETS TO SEE JIMMY WHITE PLAY STEVE DAVIS. 279
Clinton In Crisis: 'From President to porn star...but he will survive'. Langley, William 367
Clinton In Crisis: 'Give the job to Mr Clean Al Gore'. Wheeler, C.S. 186
Clinton In Crisis: 'Humiliated but off the hook'. McPARLAND, MIKE 289
Clinton In Crisis: Keep the faith but ditch the man, Hillary. Campbell, Kim 648
Clinton In Crisis: STARR SPOTS. 321
CLINTON IN CRISIS: WE'LL SUE YOU IN COURT; Now President faces financial ruin as the women he used and abused go for broke. 1198
CLINTON IN CRISIS; Monica: Why don't you just settle with Paula Jones? I can't, because they will all come forward So what, how many are there? Hundreds... 1359
CLINTON'S NEW SEX BOMBSHELL; THREE MORE LOVERS TO BE NAMED. 95
CLINTON'S OTHER GIRL; Mystery of woman caught on camera at White House. 190
Clunes cleans up his image. 90
COMPUTER MAGIC EYE HELPS SCOTS POLICE BEAT FORGERS. Luckett, Tim 337
Controller John has his finger on the pulse; A DAY IN THE LIFE... Ambulance controller John Douglas. McAVINEY, Words: JONATHAN STONES Pictures: JOHN 880
Cricket: Kneesy does it for Whitaker. Ross, Alasdair 565
Cricket: Surrey's Joey in a hurry. 91
Crock 'n' rollers plead for their pensions at 35. 136
DAD'S HORROR AS HE FINDS TWIN GIRLS, 12, DEAD IN ROAD. Bhattacharya, Rishi; Hamer, Rupert 363
Deeper and down in the Underworld. Longridge, Sarah 761
DRUG PUSHER BOY AGED 12 IS LOCKED AWAY. Harper, James 229
Enjoy More Good Hair Day with Denise's hassle-free hair tips. McAdam, Denise 161
Eye scare for Diana's injured bodyguard. Kempster, Doug 244
Feel at home back at the Villa; YOUR CHANCE TO BE A FOOD CRITIC - DINE FREE AT A POPULAR RESTAURANT AND TELL US THE RESULT. McMonagle, Annette; Brown, Jacqueline 874
Football: 'Invisible fan' makes Stokes materialise. Clark, Bill 298
Football: Ace Miller is king of the Castle. Hepburn, Ray 442
Football: Ace Ward sinks sad Mariners. Sutton, Lindsay 392
Football: Afan Andy is so handy. 196
Football: All right for Alvin. 104
Football: Andy makes it so tough for Sandy. McHUGH, JOE 253
FOOTBALL: ANGEL GABRIEL SAYS: GERS ARE GREATEST CLUB IN THE WORLD! GOODMAN, Report STEVE 243
Football: Barnet bubbling. 116
Football: Beech enjoys his seven-up. 219
FOOTBALL: BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE; RAY HEPBURN looks back on a week of Scots football. Hepburn, Ray 707
FOOTBALL: BEYOND OUR KEN; Celtic's mystery approach to Dalglish. McNALLY, BRIAN 260
FOOTBALL: BORE WAR HAS GEORGE FUMING. Leach, Martin 595
FOOTBALL: CAN ANYONE RESCUE SAD HIBS? Hepburn, Ray 528
Football: Celtic spy in the sky is ready to fly. McHUGH, JOE 412
Football: Change the Premiership or victory in Europe will remain an impossible dream. Hetherington, Paul 1326
Football: Chris enjoys day at Beech. 210
Football: Cresswell wrecks 'em. 137
Football: Curbs seeks fresh blood. Burrington, Peter 522
Football: Danger signs for Derry. 151
Football: Darryl has a Stags party. 129
Football: David goes Crusading. Guest, Kevin 199
Football: Davis saves Fry's bacon. 139
FOOTBALL: DICK ADVOCATE'S TO LEARNER PAUL. Moore, Wallace 596
Football: Dons still want Dublin move. 148
Football: Draw handy for Andy. 147
Football: Dunc boys are sunk. 194
Football: Eoin is no Jess-ter. Gill, Arthur 358
Football: Fans give boss Ray Gerry hell. Harris, Trevor 396
Football: Feeney is flying high. Clark, Bill 321
Football: FERGIE ACTS TO KEEP TROOPS HAPPY. 239
Football: Five more years for Williamson. McHUGH, JOE 177
Football: Football in real danger of selling its heart and soul. McNALLY, BRIAN 1784
Football: Goal ace: Cardiff broke my heart. Rees, Tony 437
FOOTBALL: GOATER BLAZES; Shaun's late strike shatters Mac's brave battlers. Knight, Carl 644
FOOTBALL: GOULD U-TURN ON SPEED. Gorman, Ken 478
Football: Handy Andy leaves it oh so late. Nicoli, Luke 381
FOOTBALL: HARTE'S HOOKED; Fish and red wine give Ian a boost. O'reilly, Hugh 378
Football: Hearts' European rivals face a Real cash row. Hepburn, Ray 236
Football: High fives as Pompey strikers click. Warwick, Graham 402
Football: Hoddle's in the mood to quit; FA showdown may be the end. Mills, Bill 307
FOOTBALL: HOUDINI GLENS!; It's magic, as Coyle's boys get out of jail to triumph again. Clark, Bill 413
Football: Hughes late stunner saves it for Gunners. Smith, Paul 750
Football: It's agony for Argyle. Lake, Alan 212
Football: It's another fine mess, Ollie. Leach, Martin 572
FOOTBALL: IT'S TIME TO STOP HODDING ABOUT. McKenlay, Interview Steve 1343
FOOTBALL: JERSEY'S CLARE IS A DARYL-ING BOY. O'reilly, Hugh 283
FOOTBALL: JOE FACES ROCKET AFTER REF RAP. White, Peter 752
FOOTBALL: JOHN PLANTS ONE ON POTTY DEFENCE. Clavane, Anthony 923
Football: Jolly Mathias. 141
FOOTBALL: KELLY RELISHES TEST. O'reilly, Hugh 278
FOOTBALL: KOS OF DEATH; Tabb haunted by 13-goal Euro humiliation. Clark, Bill 350
Football: Life after McRae for Ballyclare. 317
Football: Merse has no mercy. White, Peter 482
Football: Merson takes Villa top. Collins, Neal 204
Football: Mick backs crock Keith. 149
Football: Mick sees red over ref. 178
Football: Moyes boys are on a roll. 138
Football: Murdoch mystery. 124
FOOTBALL: NICE 'N THREE-SY FOR DANNY'S BOYS. Thompson, Alan 602
FOOTBALL: NOW FERGUS IS TOMMY GUNNED; Lisbon Lion Gemmell warns: Only the truth will save you. Hepburn, Ray 327
Football: Now the Footsie outweighs the footie. Clavane, Anthony 676
FOOTBALL: OLD FIRM WILL DRIVE NEW BOYS POTTY. Butcher, Terry 494
Football: Rangers draw blank. 93
Football: Red mist descends on Sliney. Patterson, Terry 242
Football: Rovers on the ropes. 232
Football: Saints call for end to poaching. Hepburn, Ray 197
FOOTBALL: SHEAR JOY AS DROUGHT ENDS. McNALLY, BRIAN 587
FOOTBALL: SHEARER IN pounds 20m ITALIAN BID; And Sony want to buy Newcastle. Hetherington, Paul; Mcnally, Brian 329
Football: Shearer sinks the Saints. Collins, Neal 172
Football: Smith pipped by the post. 133
FOOTBALL: SOCCER SUPER STATS. 859
Football: Stamp duty. 155
Football: Super Mac's a cut above. Clarkin, Ray 508
Football: Tangerines pip Lincoln. 120
Football: Taylor trumped. 101
Football: Tel torture as Beadle puts boot in. Cross, John 377
FOOTBALL: THE SUNDAY MATCH Spurs v Middlesbrough - Kick-off 4pm. 213
Football: Torquay get into a jam. 217
Football: Tumilty to the rescue. Cameron, Grant 193
FOOTBALL: UNITED KEANE AT pounds 5m. Hetherington, Paul 168
FOOTBALL: VAREILLE'S KILLIE BLOW HAS CELTIC FANS FUMING. Morrison, Don 564
Football: Wales legend Charles: 'Get off Bobby's back'. REES, Interview TONY 444
Football: Walker all set to talk. 126
FOOTBALL: WE WOZ ROBBIED; Wolves blow it after wonder kid Keane gives them lead. Hopkins, Arthur 500
FOOTBALL: WE'LL MAKE IT HEL FOR LUCA'S MEN. 264
Football: Weir in with a chance; Hearts defender DAVID WEIR on Thursday's clash with Spanish outfit Real Mallorca. 558
Football: Weir still marching on; Saints defender JIM WEIR on the arrival of new boss Sandy Clark at McDiarmid Park. Gill, Arthur 558
Football: Welsh Ward cops Kev. 212
Football: Wenger admits defeat over Bergy. Mills, Bill 828
FOOTBALL: WHY THE BIG TWO WILL CRUISE TO VICTORY IN EUROPE; EXCLUSIVE: BY EX-IBROX BOSS GRAEME SOUNESS. Morrison, Don 517
Football: Wilson's on to a winner. Collins, Neal 207
Football: WIN tickets to the top games. 140
Football: Yardley guns down Hibs; ROUND-UP. 145
FOOTBALL: YORKE GIVES BLUES A DWIGHT BASHING. Hetherington, Paul 726
FOOTBALL: ZOLA POWER BEATS BRILLIANT BEASANT. Nickless, Graham 759
FORTRESS ENYA; Singer spends pounds 250,000 to keep stalkers away from her pounds 2.5m castle. Michael, Neil 529
FRIGHT ON THE TILES. 97
GAELIC FOOTBALL: LICENCE TO THRILL; The name's Bond . . . Michael Bond. Gill, Barry 871
GET IN THE MARKET FOR A FUN BREAK. Barnes, Lucy 226
Going for a song with wannabe collectors. 233
Golf: Dad's the word for Europe No 1. Joyner, Geoff 590
Golf: Montgomerie makes his move. 334
GOLF: Ryder stars raise cash for Omagh. Clark, Bill 196
Golf: Tee-up with the stars. 247
Grace gets kicked out in a flash by Disneyworld. 117
Health chiefs' ban on 'too costly' Viagra. 173
HEARING SHATTERED HOPES. 448
Heart swap unit faces closure. 91
Hell is a matter of freedom of choice; Father Dermot A Lane is President of the Mater Dei Institute of Education and a priest of the Dublin Archdiocese. His book Keeping Hope Alive is published by Gill and Macmillan. Lane, Dermot A 752
HOCKEY: SUPERMAC'S DOUBLE; Round-Up. 202
HOLS HEARTACHE AS FIRM CRASHES. 112
How do I stop my ex cutting me out of our children's lives?; Dear Linda. Wolfe, Linda 1392
Hunt master is hounded for pounds 1,000. 86
Hurled into the limelight; Bond's mission to destroy Kilkenny in today's final. Carwood, Mike 918
I ate volcanic ash and the next thing I was pregnant. Collins, Sharon 322
I can't stop heartburn. 581
I knew it was wrong to passionately kiss my son-in-law, but you can't choose who you're going to fall in love with; WHAT HAPPENS WHEN REAL LIFE MIRRORS THE LATEST EASTENDERS DRAMA? Schaverien, Tracy 1513
I went to bed with a headache and lost three years of my life. Allen, Denna 455
In the City. Shillingford, Joia 228
It pays to work out your NOTICE; IT'S GOODBYE FROM HIM... COLIN WILLS WONDERS WHY HE SHOULD 'HAVE A NICE DAY'. Wills, Colin 519
It took 22 ops and pounds 65,000 to look like this...and I still haven't finished. Broadbent, Lucy 744
It's a real snip to get fresh flowers all the year round. Wild, Adrienne 895
It's the biggest party in a thousand years. But at pounds 6 a pint will we be able to afford it?; AS BRITAIN LOOKS FORWARD TO THE MILLENNIUM CELEBRATIONS PUBS, CLUBS, HOTELS AND TOUR FIRMS ARE PREPARING TO CASH IN. Lyons, Teena 1625
Kidney swap husband and wife are the perfect match. Harper, James 216
LATE BREAKS IN THE SUN. 336
LET YOUR BUSINESS BE STREETS AHEAD. Whitney, Linda 539
Lisbon Lion Tommy in blast at boss Fergus. Hepburn, Ray 127
Long look at shortbread. 211
Look-alikes have a doubly hard job. McKeever, Nuala 982
Loophole lets Dave open Britain's first cannabis shop. 212
Meet the 6 o'clock belles; Secrets of how the Breakfast TV girls survive on three hours' sleep. Cooke, Angela 2548
Mel's secret for success...; HE STARRED IN HIS FIRST LETHAL WEAPON AT THE TENDER AGE OF 28. NOW MIDDLE-AGED MEL GIBSON IS BACK AS CRAZY COP MARTIN RIGGS. HE MULLS OVER THE YEARS WITH EDWARD GOODLAND. Goodland, Edward 2169
Migraines just won't give your head peace; Half of all victims are suffering in silence. Stones, Jonathan 794
Millionaire terror chief under arrest. 118
MONICA COUP FOR NEW TV3 STATION. Minihane, Jerry 239
MOTOR RACING: MICHAEL'S A BRAWN WINNER. Monza, MICHAEL DERat 990
Motor Racing: Schu storms to pole. 194
Nederburg Pinotage has a touch of class. McMAHON, RICHARD 321
New crackdown on attacks in hospital. Bird, Steve 170
Niall fell off his bike and hit his head. In a split second all our lives had been changed. We would never be the same again; When Mary Connor's teenage son suffered brain damage she didn't know what to expect. Would he ever be able to walk or talk? Young, Caoimhe 1989
No more men dressing badly; KEEP AHEAD OF THE FASHION POLICE WITH OUR STYLE GURU EMMA TWEEDIE. Tweedie, Emma 895
Now spot Ewan as Bond's baddie boy; The diary. Hyland, Ian 974
NOW THIEVES LEAVE YOUR CAR BEHIND AND STEAL THE AIRBAG. Luckett, Tim 395
NURSES GO TO WAR OVER PAY. Edwards, Mike 262
OFF THE RAILS; Train complaints up by 82 per cent in one year. McGEE, DAVID 493
Our future stays Orange, vow marchers. 127
Our pallet work and a spot of golden wonder. Parker, Ken 622
Padraig presents the new face of youth TV. Young, Caoimhe 2483
Pervert teacher lured boys on to yacht for bondage. Moran, Kathy 299
POLICE GO ONLINE TO SOLVE DEATH RIDDLE OF THE SEA. Rowe, David 429
Postbox Dave shows off his last collection. 163
POUND NOTES. 160
Poverty, inequality, greedy Fat Cats...why we still need strong unions. TUC, JOHN MONKS General Secretary Of 816
POWER FOOD! Grant, Amanda 807
Q & A; SHE'S BEST KNOWN AS LIZ IN CORONATION STREET, AND HAS ALSO ATTRACTED A HUGE FOLLOWING WITH HER FITNESS VIDEOS. SO WHAT'S WITH THE CHAIN MAIL DRESS AND THE PENCHANT FOR THE MONKEES? BEVERLEY CALLARD CONFESSES ALL TO JOHN KERCHER. Kercher, John 718
Q&A. 128
Rachel, if you're out there, you know where I am. 523
Racing: Champion Swain repays Dettori. Clower, Michael 471
RACING: GOLD CUP MEANS MORE TO ME THAN BEING CHAMPION; says RUBY WALSH. Clower, Michael 476
RACING: JACK'S REDDY TO BE AYR TO THE THRONE. Lysaght, Cornelius 969
Racing: Reid strikes it rich with Classic ride. 299
Racing: Simpson's Flying high once more. Nutting, Gary 438
Rallying: Search on for partner to McRae. 204
RUC REFORM IS 'KEY TO FUTURE'. Harper, James 230
Rugby League: Cassidy in land of the Giants. Huxley, John 514
Rugby Union: Byron bang on target. 156
RUGBY UNION: CHRIS SMART'S RUGBY ROUND-UP. 110
Rugby Union: Currie prove too hot; DAVID KELSO on yesterday's big game. Kelso, David 205
Rugby Union: Exiles to end Tartan ties. Prestage, Michael 363
RUGBY UNION: HILL WALKS TALL FOR CARDIFF. Lyons, Kevin 339
Rugby Union: I'm backing the bin. JONES, Interview SPENCER 759
Rugby Union: Jason the stud is off. 180
Rugby Union: Joel's Scottish stroll. 185
RUGBY UNION: JONNY IS A JOY FOR FALCONS. Ward, Les 460
RUGBY UNION: Killian kills off battling Connacht. O'reilly, Hugh 415
Rugby Union: Paul: We'll sting Wasps. Jones, Spencer 318
Rugby Union: Philly get flattened. 148
Rugby Union: Record-breaker Rhys. 176
Rugby Union: Smart Mark has a lark. Ross, Alasdair 272
Rugby Union: Walker hero for Heriots; SCOTTISH RUGBY ROUND-UP. 150
Rugby Union: Warren woe. 96
Rugby Union: Welsh refs face the acid test. Jones, Spencer 186
Rugby Union: Wide men boss the bridge. Jones, Spencer 296
Saturday night's all right for firefighting. HYLAND, Watch IAN 362
Schizoid shocker. 94
SHOCK FOR SOCCER STAR OWEN AS GIRL STALKER RAIDS HOUSE; Fan bursts in and screams: Where is Michael? I want him. Kempster, Doug 513
Show relatives the files on deaths in hospital, say MPs. Bird, Steve 169
Smarty pants; GIVE LEGGINGS A WIDE BERTH AND RELAX INTO AUTUMN IN SOME SLOUCH PANTS - THE NEW-STYLE TROUSERS THAT ARE CLEVERLY CUT TO FLATTER ANY SHAPE. 133
So he had sleazy sex and lied about it...that makes him a man, not a monster. Malone, Carole 1289
SOAP STARS FIND A NEW ROLE ...IN THE BEEB'S LATEST SOAP. Kempster, Doug 469
Sony's pounds 220m raid on United. McNALLY, BRIAN 177
Start your day THE FENG SHUI WAY; THE RIGHT BREAKFAST CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR DAY, FENG SHUI EXPERT SIMON BROWN TELLS RACHEL DOBSON. Dobson, Rachel 788
Swimming: Golden girl Rolph breaks record twice. 152
Taking it to the EXTREME. Ord, Ian 2186
Tennis: Davenport earns cheers at home. 217
Tennis: Philibuster storms past Moya to final. 206
THE DATE: 'IT WAS MAGIC!' REMEMBER MATT DIXON FROM OUR FIRST FANCY A DATE? COLUMN? READERS WERE INVITED TO WRITE IN AND HE CHOSE LYNZEE THURGAR. HERE'S HOW THEIR DATE AT ZILLIFISH IN LONDON'S WEST END WENT. 1164
THE INCREDIBLE STORY OF THE REAL-LIFE TARZAN. Malone, Carole 2495
The Sky's the limit. Holmes, Eamonn 824
These lucky numbers can add up to a brighter future; Sandra's Psychic Solutions. Ramdhanie, Sandra 1277
This sad, sick and sordid man must go now: Sunday Mirror Comment. 484
Tickets please, and can we inspect your passport sir? 185
To hell and back TWICE; AS A CHILD, SYLVIA WARNER WAS DEPORTED TO AUSTRALIA AND TOLD HER PARENTS WERE DEAD. FIFTY YEARS ON SHE FOUND HER MOTHER ALIVE. IT HAS BEEN A REUNION FRAUGHT WITH PAIN AND FRESH HARDSHIP, AS ANTHEA GERRIE FINDS OUT. Gerrie, Anthea 1888
Touring Cars: Reid puts pressure on Rydell. 216
Tragic cabbie is found dead. 107
Tragic couple who chose to die together. 121
Troops' union warns of time bomb. 335
Trucker's shock as immigrants hitch a ride on lorry axle. 86
TWO OUT OF FIVE SAY BRITAIN NOW A WORSE PLACE TO LIVE. Bird, Steve 508
US stands by its man...for now. Pisa, Nick 319
WARMING TO WEXFORD. 754
WAVE OF HOPE AS LAST PATROL TAKES PEACE PROCESS FURTHER. Pope, Philip 337
We'll give people new hope for the new century. Education, DAVID BLUNKETT; Secretary, Employment 459
Weather takes toll on prices. 184
WELL BEING; THE CONNECTION BETWEEN MIND, BODY AND SOUL IS ESSENTIAL TO OUR OVERALL FEELING OF GOOD HEALTH. HERE IN PART ONE OF OUR SERIES TAKEN FROM THE BODYSHOP BOOK WELLBEING WE BRING YOU WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR LIFE BY IMPROVING THE WAY YOU FEEL. 2864
Whacko rise could make schools' chief a millionaire. Bird, Steve 170
WHAT'S ON AT THE MOVIES. Falk, Quentin 208
Whistle up an unspoilt Canary Isle. Law, Alan 270
White House staff get a taste for the black stuff. Pope, Philip 273
WHY I LIKE MY SCHOOL; Bryan Croke, aged seven, First class of Sacred Heart School, Portlaoise, County Laois. Croke, Bryan 359
Your heart is no good until it has been broken at least ten times... love and pain make us human; EMMA THOMPSON LOOKS BACK AT THE TRAUMA OF LOSING A BABY - AND AHEAD TO HAPPINESS. Ritzer, Brad 944

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