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Articles from Sunday Mirror (London, England) (August 22, 1999)

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`Help sick Margaret' plea to the Queen; Princess is deeply depressed as her burns won't heal. Rockett, Karen 302
`Marry me' stalker has Julia living in terror. Brandes, Chris 170
`Unrepentant' Straw goes on offensive. Gibson, Robert 269
100,000 `ARE RIPPED OFF IN pounds 2m CON'. Luckett, Tim 511
20 times a night; Teacher sacked after boasting of sex life to class of 10-year- olds. Hamer, Rupert 394
64? YOU'RE TOO OLD FOR AN OP TO LET YOU HEAR AGAIN. Gibson, Robert 494
A curl's best friend; OUR STAR COLUMNIST ANDREW COLLINGE HAS AGAIN BEEN NOMINATED FOR BRITISH HAIRDRESSER OF THE YEAR. HERE HE HELPS YOU HANDLE UNRULY CURLS. Collinge, Andrew 429
A DAY IN THE LIFE ... Horse-drawn hearse: Grand undertaking helps to restore an old custom. 608
AIRMAN ACCUSED OF ALDERGRAVE GUN RAMPAGE. Hamer, Rupert 445
AITKEN'S BRAIN CELL; Jailed Tory wins prison quiz with wrong answers. Luckett, Tim 253
Albums of the Week. Hyland, Ian 132
ALIVE AFTER 100 HOURS; Shiran, 10, is pulled out of tomb where she lay with dead twin brother for four days in quake rubble. Rock, Lucy 993
Angel-voice Charlotte's Web of fans. Harper, James 170
Angling: Taking stock of the Flat county. Parker, Ken 519
ANGLING; Taking stock of the Flat county. Parker, Ken 519
ATHLETICS: GOLDEN BOY SWAPS SIDES. O'REILLY, HUGH 193
ATHLETICS: LEWIS GOES FOR GOLD; Now to trim a point from Barber in Seville. Joyner, Geoff 257
ATHLETICS: LINFORD: IT WASN'T ME. Joyner, Geoff 250
Athletics: PETE STEPS UP CLASS TO TEST WORLD'S BEST. O'REILLY, HUGH 414
BACK WITH A BONG. Gibson, Robert 233
Backpack Briton is critical after attack. Moran, Kathy 257
Beauty spot: THE EYES HAVE IT - HERE'S HOW TO HELP THEM. 585
BISHOP'S BLIND EYE TO PERVERT VICAR; Victims' anger at 20-year silence. Leask, Annie; Rowe, David 528
BITTER SWEET; Peril of hidden sugar in everyday food. Jones, Alan 365
BITZ OF BIZ. 412
BODY TALK: GET ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY. YOU OWE IT TO YOUR BODY; We are what we eat - now it is time to cut right down. 838
Books of the Week. Morris, Sally 122
BOX SET MINI HAS CHANGED HISTORY IN MAJOR FASHION. 664
Briton held after two are injured in jetski crash. 109
BRITONS IN MERCY AIRLIFT. Dunn, Tom Newton 195
Burglar is shot dead after raid. Jankiewicz, Adam 106
Buy one carpet, get one FREE ...from Allied Carpets. 566
Camilla sees play with a familiar plot. Harper, James 173
Carole Malone's column: Shrinking violets who give Postman Pat a bad name. Malone, Carole 637
Carole Malone's column: Time to call the bluff of those who play the race card for all it's worth. Malone, Carole 326
CASHPOINT CARD GANG TAKE pounds 100m. Luckett, Tim 202
Catherine helps murder appeal. Harper, James 131
Charity runs out for the volunteers. Kemp, Danny 147
Cinema Hotseat: Favourite Martian returns to planet Earth with a bump; TV REMAKE FAILS TO GET LAUGHTER OFF THE GROUND. McGREGOR, JACQUELINE 812
City Watch: Brits' sun dials boost mobile phone firms. 105
City Watch: Question time - THEODORA ZEMEK. 504
City Watch: WHY LOW-COST SHOPS ARE HITTING NEW PROFIT HIGHS. Bowen, Louise 331
CLUB SCENE: INN CROWD MAKES THE BOTANIC BUZZ; This week Paul McMenamin gets back to his teenaged roots and rediscovers the various pleasures which still run rampant in Belfast's Botanic Inn. McMenamin, Paul 691
Club Scene: What's happening. 248
COMMONS UNITED IN EURO SOCCER BATTLE; Drink ban as MPs warm up for kick-off. Gibson, Robert 534
Copycat double death plunge at Cracker hotel. Kelly, John 261
Cricket: Caddick: We can clinch series now. Fitzgerald, Gary 344
CRICKET: ENGLAND DRIVEN MADDY BY KIWIS; FINAL TEST COULD GO EITHER WAY AS WICKETS TUMBLE AT THE OVAL. Fitzgerald, Gary 704
CRICKET: NOW WE NEED AN ATHER-TON; FORMER SKIPPER HOLDS THE KEY TO SERIES VICTORY OVER THE KIWIS. Fitzgerald, Gary 728
Cricket: Phil gets Tuf in swearing storm. Fitzgerald, Gary 309
Cricket: THORPE `NO' TO ENGLAND TOUR. Collins, Neal 309
Dear Doctor: Dr Mark Porter's health column; DR MARK PORTER ANSWERS YOUR HEALTH QUESTIONS ON EVERYTHING FROM THE CAUSE OF LEGIONNAIRE'S DISEASE TO THE BEST ANTI-WRINKLE CREAMS AROUND. Porter, Mark 746
Dear Michelle: Readers' letters. Rowe, Michelle 1202
Diana: Who is suing who? 6,000 pages of evidence later.. 85
DIANA: WHO IS SUING WHO?; TWO YEARS ON AND NOW STAGE IS SET FOR LEGAL BATTLES OF CLAIM AND COUNTER-CLAIM OVER WHO WAS TO BLAME FOR HER DEATH; Millions at stake as the lawyers get set for fight of century. Johnson, Graham 1105
DOCTORS IN SHOWDOWN. Edwards, Mike 242
Don't panic! It's not too late to find a place at university. Hutton, Robert 453
Drive 99: Back to basics for best extras. 451
Drive 99: Gizmos are all go in car extras battle. Hope, Terry 622
Drive 99: Is your car a TV star? Kelly, Amanda 293
Drive 99: Motorists put safety first as they pick that new model. Jones, Chris 429
Drive 99: Pick yourself a hot number. Chesworth, Niki 690
Drive 99: Take your time to get the best deal from a dealer. Chesworth, Niki 222
Drive 99: There's no stopping the mighty Mini...still going strong at 40. 87
DRIVE 99: TOP SELLERS OF 1999. 86
Drive 99: You've chosen the car, now how do you pay? Chesworth, Niki 793
Eamonn Holmes Column: Following in Vivian's footsteps. Holmes, Eamonn 152
Eamonn Holmes Column: MIRACLE BUNDLE. Holmes, Eamonn 83
Eamonn Holmes Column: Paula's blathering about her dead ex-lover is in excess. Holmes, Eamonn 324
Eamonn Holmes Column: We should pray for Turkey and count our blessings; IT IS OUR DUTY TO GET INVOLVED AND HELP VICTIMS OF THE EARTHQUAKE. Holmes, Eamonn 386
Earlier exams for brighter children. 105
Escaped child-killer is back behind bars. 107
Face Value: Foot Lotions. McKAY, CARAGH 249
Family flee an invasion of spiders. Read, Len 238
Fashion: Crown jewels; RENE RUSSO AND PIERCE BROSNAN HAVE BROUGHT THE CLASSIC SIXTIES MOVIE THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR BANG UP TO DATE. HERE WE SHOW YOU HOW TO RECREATE THE ORIGINAL LOOK MADE FAMOUS BY FAYE DUNAWAY. 442
First impressions of Maginty's meals are lasting. 656
FLY TO EUROPE FROM ONLY pounds 29. 920
Food: Outdoor delights; CREATE A BANK HOLIDAY MEAL TO REMEMBER WITH AMANDA GRANT. JUST ADD A DASH OF SUNSHINE FOR A FAST, AL FRESCO FEAST. Grant, Amanda 617
Football: 'Fax machine's firing blanks; HALIFAX 0 PLYMOUTH 1. 139
Football: Advocaat banishes baby Blues. McHUGH, JOE 234
FOOTBALL: ANELKA FLOPS BUT MACCA'S A CRACKER. 179
Football: Angry Andy locks 'em in; OLDHAM 0 BURNLEY 1. 180
Football: ANOTHER RORY GLORY DAY; PORTSMOUTH 2 STOCKPORT 0. Whiting, Steve 292
Football: Big red Bus; BRISTOL R 1 OXFORD 0. 84
Football: Brave Shrews blow a fuse; SHREWSBURY 0 DARLINGTON 1. 88
Football: Byrne saves Crusaders; NEWRY TOWN 1 CRUSADERS 1. Knowles, Gerry 112
Football: Castle sinks his old pals; PETERBORO 2 ORIENT 1. 99
Football: Chat Zone. 840
Football: COL KEEPS COOL; IPSWICH 1 BOLTON 0. Warwick, Graham 187
Football: Comment - Bring on the super kids. Clark, Bill 184
Football: CORK TO SHOOT FOR PAR. O'REILLY, HUGH 395
Football: County on cloud nine; NOTTS CO 3 SCUNTHORPE 0. 97
FOOTBALL: DARK SIDE TO DERBY MAGIC. Hepburn, Ray 445
Football: Davey: Why I came back. Clark, Bill 171
Football: Derry call on Becks to attack. O'REILLY, HUGH 265
Football: DON FOR AT THE LAST; Defensive disaster is misery for Gullit. McNALLY, BRIAN 775
Football: Eifion header steals points; BRIGHTON 0 TORQUAY 1. 141
Football: FANTASY FOOTBALL. 165
Football: FERGIE CAN'T PASS PORTS. Clark, Bill 334
Football: Fergie's pounds 15m Sol search. Mills, Bill; Alexander, Nick 283
Football: FLYING FINN; GRIMSBY 1 FULHAM 1. Thompson, Alan 199
Football: FLYING FURLONG; 45-second red card gives Blues a boost. White, Peter 513
FOOTBALL: FOXES HUNT FOR BURLEY; BUT SUB CRAIG DENIES BUST-UP WITH BARNES. Fullbrook, Danny; McHUGH, JOE 282
Football: Francis furious over defensive blunders; QPR 1 WOLVES 1. Goodman, Steve 349
Football: Free Premier Football Cards. 124
Football: FREESTONE DOUBLE SINKS HIS OLD PALS; CARLISLE 0 HARTLEPOOL 3. 197
FOOTBALL: GARY'S GOT GOOD NEWS FOR KEEGAN AND FERGIE. Alexander, Nick 179
Football: Gerry's a Frank fan. 150
Football: Gus out to break Ice. Gill, Arthur 121
FOOTBALL: HARD LUX FOR GAZZA. Gray, Andy; COLLINS, Interview: NEAL 773
FOOTBALL: HENRICK HAS LARS LAUGH. Moore, Wallace 447
Football: Henrik's heroics; SCOTTISH PREMIER. 147
Football: Hero Haworth; WIGAN 2 BRISTOL C 1. 81
Football: IFFY STRIKES IN A JIFFY TO SEAL FIRST WIN FOR TOWN; PALACE 1 SWINDON 2. Burrington, Peter 275
Football: INCE COMES OUT ON TOP; MIDDLESBROUGH 1 LIVERPOOL 0. Armitage, Clive 648
Football: Inter chief raps TV's turn-off. Rees, Tony 288
FOOTBALL: INVINCIBLE INCE SHOWS HOULLIER WHO'S GUV'NOR; MIDDLESBROUGH 1 LIVERPOOL 0. Armitage, Clive 613
Football: It's first time four Reeves; CHESTERFIELD 4 CAMBRIDGE 2. 140
FOOTBALL: IT'S GER WE GO AGAIN, ANOTHER FOUR GOAL BLITZ. McHUGH, JOE 793
Football: It's three and easy for City; EXETER 3 ROTHERHAM 1. 138
Football: Jason lays on the joy for Aldridge; TRANMERE 1 HUDDERSFIELD 0. James, Rob 198
FOOTBALL: JEFFERS GEM HAS SMITH IN BLUE HEAVEN; EVERTON 4 SOUTHAMPTON 1. Alexander, Nick 647
Football: Kane: Now let's Finnish Vaasa off. Hepburn, Ray 249
Football: KEV THE REV; Kilbane's got point to prove to boss McCarthy. O'REILLY, HUGH 440
Football: Kidd finds nowhere to hide; BLACKBURN 1 BARNSLEY 2. Agnew, Paul 207
Football: Kilmarnock 0 Motherwell 1. Gill, Arthur 496
Football: KING RICHARD; CHARLTON 1 NORWICH 0. Hare, Joe 199
Football: LEAGUE OF WALES. 230
Football: LEO THE LION; Graham's full of Oy. Sutton, Lindsay 687
Football: Little lucky; SOUTHEND 1 MANSFIELD 0. 114
Football: Little Mac fights for his Celtic future under boss Barnes; JINKING JACKIE READY TO DO BATTLE FOR A NEW CONTRACT. McHUGH, JOE 667
FOOTBALL: LITTLE WONDER; WALSALL 1 CREWE 4. Hopkins, Arthur 184
Football: Lowndes - I'm Clark's commando; St JOHNSTONE 1 HIBERNIAN 1. Hepburn, Ray 492
Football: Manager of the Season. 224
FOOTBALL: MAYER THE FORCE BE WITH US. Gill, Arthur 521
Football: McCANN DO; Neil's ready to strike a Euro blow for Gers. McHUGH, JOE 784
Football: Mick McCarthy to head off damaging row with Alex Ferguson. O'REILLY, HUGH 184
Football: MOONEY BURSTS BANTAM BUBBLE; WATFORD 1 BRADFORD 0. Smith, Dave 436
Football: Murphy's law puts Linfield on track; Will plans way to derail Locomotiv. Clark, Bill 342
Football: My plan to stop foreign legion killing our game; `OUR TRANSFER SYSTEM IS ON THE BRINK OF COLLAPSE'. Executive, GORDON TAYLOR PFA Chief 982
Football: NEW No 2 MADE HUGHES A STRIKER. Rees, Tony 491
Football: Newry pair miss showdown. 93
Football: No Ards feelings; DIVISION ONE REVIEW. Coates, Adam 130
Football: O'LEARY STILL STRIKER-LIGHT; We need new hit-man says Baink-rupt boss. Leach, Martin 802
FOOTBALL: OL IT'S MACCA. 91
Football: Orient Castled; PETERBORO 2 ORIENT 1. 109
Football: Over-excited; Marc is the key man for Gunners. Clavane, Anthony 778
FOOTBALL: OWLS PLUMMET BUT DAN'S NOT DESPERATE YET; SHEFF WED 1 SPURS 2. Sutton, Lindsay 817
Football: PASTA MASTERS; Linfield feeling just fine after gobbling up Coleraine threat. Clark, Bill 309
Football: POTLESS COPP; PALACE 1 SWINDON 2. Burrington, Peter 208
Football: Red Lawrie; WYCOMBE 1 PRESTON 1. 97
Football: Ridsdale raps boo-boys. Mills, Bill 142
Football: Robbie's Sky Blue bonanza. Mills, Bill 159
Football: Robins are in the pink; CHELTENHAM 1 HULL 0. 147
Football: SAD SADDLERS; WALSALL 1 CREWE 4. Hopkins, Arthur 209
Football: Shotton backs sent-off Steve; BRISTOL R 1 OXFORD 0. 88
Football: SINNING TIM BLOWS IT; PORTADOWN 2 CLIFTONVILLE 2. Armstrong, David 277
Football: SIX OF THE BEST; Classy City bury 10-man United. Guest, Kevin 477
Football: Steve wonder; BOURNEMOUTH 4 COLCHESTER 0. 124
Football: Still up there; LINCOLN 0 BARNET 0. 93
Football: Sub Macca starts Real turnaround. Price, David 214
FOOTBALL: SUPERKID KEANE ENTERS BIG TIME AT THE DOUBLE; COVENTRY 2 DERBY 0. Smith, Paul 846
Football: Supersub's `scissors' cuts the mustard. 193
Football: Sympathetic Jefferies is all Hearts. Hepburn, Ray 256
Football: Taylor off in uproar; BLACKPOOL 1 GILLINGHAM 1. 189
Football: Taylor's off in row over equaliser; BLACKPOOL 1 GILLINGHAM 1. 165
FOOTBALL: THANK HODD!; Glenn gave Hughes the confidence to speak up. Gorman, Ken 607
Football: That old Wan-two; WEST HAM 2 LEICESTER 1. Fullbrook, Danny 513
Football: The Dwight guy for Alex. Alexander, Nick 299
FOOTBALL: THERE UGO AGAIN BLUES; CHELSEA 1 VILLA 0. Clavane, Anthony 860
FOOTBALL: THERE'S NO PEACE FOR GULLIT. McNALLY, BRIAN 590
FOOTBALL: TOMMY'S OVER THE MOONEY; WATFORD 1 BRADFORD 0. Smith, Dave 342
Football: Unbeaten Saints go marching on; BELL'S SCOTTISH LEAGUE ROUND-UP. Jnr, Ray Hepburn 170
Football: Vialli's exit gives boss the Blues. Fullbrook, Danny 233
Football: Villa home in on Hughes. White, Peter 154
Football: WALKER TITLE THREAT; GLENTORAN 1 GLENAVON 2. McCREEDY, JOHN 248
FOOTBALL: WE'LL NEVER DO THE TREBLE. Mills, Bill 250
Football: Whites are in the pink. Spence, Billy 146
FOOTBALL: WIN TICKETS TO SEE A PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH. 86
FROM THE PULPIT: In the depths of depression; Jesuit priest Father Brian Grogan reveals how God can be found in the depths of depression. 800
GAA: ALL-IRELAND MANIA SWEEPS ARMAGH. 106
GAA: JIMMY IS SERVING UP A CORKER; Dual legend wants perfect present today. Hughes, Kevin 536
GAA: MAYO THE FORCE BE WITH US. Hughes, Kevin 298
Gardening: Get wise on cutting the cost of summer. Wild, Adrienne 287
Gardening: Jobs for the week. Wild, Adrienne 170
Gardening: Q & A. Wild, Adrienne 169
Golf: COUNTDOWN TO THE RYDER CUP. 399
Golf: Cup woe for no-go Faldo. Britten, Mike 346
Gunman's a barrel of laughs. Harper, James 148
HEALTH: Wake up to wearing sleep contact lenses. Murray, Gemma 491
Helen went out with the girls from the office for a few drinks - but the evening was to end in every woman's nightmare...; CAMERAS CAPTURE THE HARROWING MOMENT A YOUNG WIFE WAS ATTACKED BY A STRANGER ...AND DIDN'T EVEN KNOW THAT IT HAD HAPPENED. Cooke, Angela 1906
HOLE-IN-WALL GANG'S pounds 100m. Luckett, Tim 223
Holidays: A hell of a time as you go swimming with the Devil. Rodney, Alan 707
HOLIDAYS: BLAZE A TRAIL WAY OUT IN THE WILD WEST. Barnes, Lucy 225
Holidays: LAST-MINUTE GETAWAYS. 385
HOME FRONT: HIDDEN SECRETS MAKE PERIOD COTTAGE A HOME; Have you recently revamped your home to create a stylish new look? If so, we would like to hear from you. Call us on 0801232-680098 from the Republic or 01232-680098 from Northern Ireland. 585
How can we ask young medics to work a 120 hour week and make the right life and death decisions?; OVERWORKED AND UNDERPAID, JUNIOR DOCTORS ARE TO BALLOT OVER STRIKE ACTION. 2180
How suite, Liam; New York hotel penthouse is a shrine to actor. Brouwer, Julian 163
I COULDN'T BELIEVE IT WHEN TEACHER STOLE MY RACHEL. McGEE, DAVID 499
I WAS STUNNED TO DISCOVER RACHEL'S SECRET PREGNANCY. McGEE, DAVID 508
I WON'T RISK BABY'S HEALTH. 196
I'm the new Michael Owen (...And who says so? Michael Owen himself). McGEE, DAVID 575
I've been taunted and insulted because of my blindness, but if I had my life to live over again, I wouldn't change a single thing; BLIND MUM GWEN KENNEDY IS A WOMAN OF COURAGE, OVERCOMING A LIFE OF PAIN AND ANGUISH TO RAISE A LOVING FAMILY AND DEVELOP HER MUSICAL TALENT. 2384
Interview: Cannon and Ball - We blew pounds 20 million on houses, yachts, women, even a soccer club... now we've found God and we're friends again; HOW WE REGRET BITTER FOUR-YEAR FEUD THAT NEARLY SPLIT US UP, BY COMIC KINGS CANNON AND BALL. Wills, Colin 2046
IRELAND MY IRELAND: SECRET AGENT MISSION WAS JUST HAIR-RAISING; Name: Maighread Medbh Occupation: Performance poet and writer who has just published a poetic narrative set during the famine and called Tenant. 685
Karen reels back years to be face of Estee Lauder again. Rockett, Karen 741
KATE'S PLEA OVER DRUGS. Gibson, Robert 113
LAMBS `SAVAGED BY WILD PUMAS'. Read, Len 157
MAC THE KNIFE: A LAWMAN'S DOUBLE LIFE. MacKENNA, RON 155
Mac The Knife: Comment on Ross Finnie. MacKENNA, RON 81
Mac The Knife: It's war... on uncivil servants; RON MacKENNA ON THE POLITICAL CUTTING EDGE. MacKENNA, RON 217
Mac The Knife: Party's over for Coalition Kids. MacKENNA, RON 263
Man alarmed by lack of sleep shoots a car. Harper, James 105
Marriage No 5 over for Queen of Romance. Gardner, David 243
Money Watch: A lesson in how to get that student loan through. Harris, Catherine 249
Money Watch: How to turn just pounds 2 a day into pounds 50,000 in ten years. Chesworth, Niki; Jones, Chris 906
Money Watch: Pound Notes. 134
Money Watch: SADDLED WITH A HEADACHE; MONEY ZONE. 245
Money Watch: THE ROUTE TO RICHES... MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE. Chesworth, Niki 781
Motor Cycle Racing: Mick's on the road to recovery and he's Doohan it his way; WORLD CHAMP FIGHTING FIT AFTER CRASH THAT ALMOST LEFT HIS ARM PARALYSED. Macauley, Ted 953
Motor racing: Villeneuve: I will fight to the finish. Derby, Michael 551
Motorcycling: Jurgen's Euro shocker. Brown, John 119
Motorcycling: Mick's on the road to recovery and he's Doohan it his way; WORLD CHAMP FIGHTING FIT AFTER CRASH THAT; ALMOST LEFT HIS ARM PARALYSED. Macauley, Ted 953
Movies: Who wins the Crown? Falk, Quentin 611
Movies: Wiseguy Grant's new hit. Falk, Quentin 158
MTV rocks BBC with new shows. Brandes, Ian 94
Mummy, Daddy's kissing the babysitter; As Teacher, 32, Declares His Love For Pupil, 16, The Woman He Promised To Marry Tells How He Cheated On Her...And Accused Their Little Girl Of Lying: How teacher's lover found out about his affair with schoolgirl. Qualtrough, Stuart 1453
MUSICAL YOUTH RULE THE AIRWAVES; Why listeners are tuning in to radio's latest generation of young DJs and presenters. 2345
My private agony by radio guru who offers others a shoulder to cry on; TALK SHOW HOST JOE DUFFY SAYS HE'LL NEVER GET OVER THE TRAGIC DEATH OF HIS YOUNGER BROTHER, AIDAN. Murray, Gemma 2277
Naturally thin: Dream come true or curse?; THE MAJORITY OF BRITISH WOMEN ARE EITHER ON A DIET, HAVE BEEN OR WILL BE. MOST WOULD GIVE ANYTHING TO BE SLIM. BUT, ASKS DENNA ALLEN, IS BEING NATURALLY SKINNY REALLY A BLESSING? Allen, Denna 1734
NOW IT'S GM-FREE FOOD...FOR PETS. Mellor, Philip 159
Our home is an airport... 113
Our Lily's really going up in the world; SHE BUYS VIC REEVES' pounds 650,000 HOME. Buckwell, Andrew 225
OUT & ABOUT; IN IRELAND: Seaside attractions fit for a King.. and President. 769
PINT OF BEER SET TO RISE BY 17p. Edwards, Mike; Hamer, Rupert 312
Playing with fire. Gordon, Jane 607
Pond threat for hostage pensioner. 100
pounds 100m and growing by the month. Gardner, Andy 239
pounds 20,000 HOLIDAY FOR pounds 200 IN SHOPPING AUCTION REVOLUTION. Schaverien, Tracy 381
pounds 30,000 a month - and still growing. Gardner, Andy 239
Pressure on Mo as Sinn Fein hints at talks boycott. Gardner, Andy 213
PRINCE AND SCOTT'S HOT TO TROT: Traditional values make their Marks. 347
Q: If a white man's dog tries to mate with an Asian woman's dog in the park, is that a racist incident?; A: Yes, according to police force's new `race harmony' code. Gardner, Andrew 595
Racing: DEADLY DANE A SCOOP6 POOPER. 198
Racing: Fallon's on course for Ponte glory. Nutting, Gary 363
Racing: Have horse, will travel ..Dandy's off to the sun. Nutting, Gary 568
RACING: ROCK CLIMBER; Soccer misery led Billy to racing. Clower, Michael 344
Racing: TIPS OF THE WEEK. 207
Racing: Trainers on a bad trip; FAIRYHOUSE. 206
Racing: Watch out for a Royal command performance; LEOPARDSTOWN PREVIEW. Clower, Michael 375
Rallying: MAKINEN MISERY. Hart, Jeremy 148
Rallying: TOMMI BLOOPER. Hart, Jeremy 147
Road claims another victim. 84
Rugby League: CLINCH IS A CINCH TO STAY; RUGBY LEAGUE REVIEW. Burke, David A. 315
Rugby League: Clinch stays say Wigan. 194
Rugby Union: AMERI-CANED; Dallaglio's roaring as England hit three figures. Knight, Carl 577
Rugby Union: BRETT: I'LL MAKE 'EM SINK TWICE. 705
RUGBY UNION: DALLY TO TAKE ON RFU. 97
Rugby Union: Dally: RFU court short. Fullbrook, Danny 182
RUGBY UNION: DION BOKS TREND; Irish skipper passes up on chance to run in Spanish sun. O'REILLY, HUGH 527
Rugby Union: IT'S SEVEN UP, BUT NO CRUISE; WALES 33 CANADA 19. Jones, Spencer 644
RUGBY UNION: PUM-MELLED; ARGENTINA PROVE TOO STRONG FOR SAD SCOTS. Kelso, David 558
RUGBY UNION: SEVENTH HEAVEN FOR ROB. Jones, Spencer 249
Rugby Union: SOLID, NOT SPECTACULAR. Bennett, Phil 394
Rugby Union: WARREN'S BOYS DIG DEEP FOR VICTORY. O'REILLY, HUGH 148
Sally Gunnell's fit for life: Relax and recharge; PUT THE FIZZ BACK PART 4; IN THE FINAL PART OF HER VITALITY PLAN, SALLY FOCUSES ON YOUR MIND. Gunnell, Sally 810
Sandra's Psychic Solutions: Life is a strain if you are not sitting pretty. 1249
SAVE HIM; Dying Diana boy needs op.. but her pounds 100m fund says No him. Ellam, Dennis 153
SCIENTISTS PROBE DROP IN FERTILITY. Jones, Alan 172
Screaming tot left in locked car. Harper, James 151
Sharon is axed from the Street. Kelly, John 126
Shellshock as Terry the tortoise is found. 128
SHOPPING DIRECTORY. 160
Should we let children of 15 watch the most terrifying film ever? It makes The Exorcist look like Bambi. Dunn, Tom Newton 185
Should we let children of 15 watch the most terrifying film ever? It's no worse than fairytales of childhood. Courtnell, Deborah 183
Singles of the Week. Hyland, Ian 136
SMILE THAT COULD CATCH 1969 KILLER. Freeman, Simon 193
STAN GETS THE COLLY-WOBBLES. Couzens, Gerard; Jones, Emma 200
Stores to face prices shame. Sparks, Ian 111
STRESSED-OUT NAPPY STAFF GET PAMPERED. Qualtrough, Stuart 261
STYLE FILE; `Must have' items for fashion gurus. Scott, Janice 272
Sunday Mirror Comment: Abuse of trust. 136
Sunday Mirror Comment: In memory of Diana, help this little boy. 262
Suspect does a runner after trading places. Donald, Kevin 147
TALENTS AND SUFFERING REWARDED. 317
Tara Fitzgerald interview: I lost a baby at 19 now I'm ready to try for another; TARA FITZGERALD TELLS PAULA KERR WHY SHE WANTS TO START A FAMILY - AND STOP DOING THOSE NUDE SCENES. Kerr, Paula 1072
TARA TOWERS COMES HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR FARE THAT IS FIRST CLASS; YOUR CHANCE TO BE A FOOD CRITIC - DINE FREE AT A POPULAR RESTAURANT AND TELL US THE RESULT. 618
Taunted over Leah's Ecstasy death...now the Highlands are our peaceful sanctuary. Rimmer, Alan 1689
The beach is back at `disaster' resort. 128
The Biz: Polar Bears release is heartwarming news for fans of Snow men. 1068
The Diary: Showbiz gossip. 340
The Diary: SPIKY SPICE; Air turns blue as Mel goes punk. Hyland, Ian 232
The Diary: VINNIE GETS MEAN; He gets Hollywood role...and one for Wrighty too. Hyland, Ian 235
This week's MUST have. 124
This week's MUST win. 172
Three jabs or one . . . so which really IS better for your child?; As Doctors Warn Of Measles Epidemic By 2001... Stephen, Heather; Kelly, Amanda 778
Three years ago Diana held him in her arms ...today Ashraf is the boy the world forgot; THE PRINCESS'S FUND IS WORTH pounds 100m ... THIS CHILD NEEDS JUST pounds 8,000 FOR A TREATMENT THAT MAY SAVE HIS LIFE ... BUT FUND SAYS IT CAN'T HELP. Ellam, Dennis 1060
To my sister I leave dad's old rocking chair. Gardner, David 395
Top 10 video releases. 475
TV Watch: Street bad boy really is Terry-ble. Hyland, Ian 511

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