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Articles from Sunday Mirror (London, England) (January 24, 1999)

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`Death pact' of struck-off doc and wife. 208
`They must start Jo Jo inquiry all over again' TD Backs Sister's Fight For New Investigation Into Missing Hitch- Hike Girl. 592
600 families are losing their homes every week. 301
A day in the life... Breakthru Project's Aine Dolan - Making a drama out of a crisis. MCAVINEY, Words: AMANDA DOHERTY Pictures: JOHN 1024
Actually, We Were Both Love Cheats; It Wasn't Only Robin Who Had The Affairs, Says His Ex-Wife Margaret. 446
Advice through the ages: Mum thinks I'm a prostitute; 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. 930
Against all odds; Schoolchildren with disabilities no longer fear the future. With the support of the Fleming Fulton school, they're already planning ahead for life with a new confidence. McAVINEY, Report: JENNIFER LEE Pictures: JOHN 2424
Air report blames fireworks for crash. 86
Angling: Round-up. 410
Around the island. 989
As A New Tv Series Shows How Women Are Taking On A Predatory Role To Find Sex, We Ask The Ultimate Question... Can a woman sleep around like a man? Cooke, Angela 2103
Athletics: Swiss miss pips Paula. 84
Basketball: Bell's note of defiance. 418
Benedicts bistro has a taste for adventure; YOUR CHANCE TO BE A FOOD CRITIC - DINE FREE AT A POPULAR RESTAURANT AND TELL US THE RESULT. 933
Bid to make the walk to school safer. 224
Blairs 'jumped Queue' Their daughter joins top school ahead of locals. 437
Bomb victims walking tall. 219
Boys, 13, Spark Gun Alert Near Dunblane. 168
Bus Heir's Secret Bride; Day Britain's wealthiest businesswoman saw her son marry his own step-sister. Rimmer, Alan 345
Bus queen Ann's son is married to his own step-sister. Rimmer, Alan 119
Butt's brother on drug charge. Luckett, Tim 245
Cannabis helps with the pain of MS...but nothing dulls the pain of losing my Karen; TV Magician Wayne Dobson Talks About His Illness, His Marriage Break-Up And His Drug-Taking. Ellam, Dennis 1623
Carole Malone's column: A slap in the face for men who think they're victims. Malone, Carole 146
Carole Malone's column: I don't want to be stuck in the middle with you, Tony. Malone, Carole 713
Carole Malone's column: Magistrates not up to the benchmark. Malone, Carole 275
Carole Malone's column: No lunchboxes before lunch! 111
Caroline, 42 marries on her birthday. 102
Cinema hotseat. 355
Closing In On Bombers; Ahern predicts early arrest of Omagh killers. 396
Club Scene: Fiddler in tune with the times. 863
Cookery: Cheat and cheerful; HERE'S HOW TO REALLY IMPRESS YOUR FRIENDS - DINNER FOR FOUR IN AN HOUR. ALL IT TAKES IS A LITTLE KNOW-HOW... AND A LOT OF CHEATING, SAYS AMANDA GRANT. Grant, Amanda 505
Cricket: Push off you're a disgrace. Lander, From Chris 814
Daddy, I didn't run away from school, Charlene said. I know you didn't, love; Two Little Girls Reunited With Their Families Walk Arm In Arm Along The Beach And Announce `We're The Best Friends In The Whole World'. Wills, Colin 1324
Dear Michelle: Readers' letters. 1016
Debate: Should mobile phones be banned in public? Cullen, Elizabeth; Edgar, Alan 1667
Diana trustees' private jet row. 100
Dognapped; Nationwide alert as pets stolen for barbaric fights. 543
Dressing for the occasion. 248
Eamonn Holmes' column: Playing the field. Holmes, Eamonn 145
Eamonn Holmes' column: Psychic sensation that left my friend in a sweat. Holmes, Eamonn 506
Eamonn Holmes' column: Super stadium super news for supergroups. Holmes, Eamonn 255
Eamonn Holmes' column: Two's company for Bertie and Celia. Holmes, Eamonn 106
Everyone wins with Lucky Bags. 340
Everyone's in love with Monet; DENNIS ELLAM joins the queue outside London's Royal Academy. Ellam, Dennis 698
Faith Healer Eases Pain Of Tv's Caron. 120
Fantasy Football: Chef's cook up tasty win. 96
Fashion: Simply suede; IT'S SOFT, SEXY AND SUPPLE...NO WONDER SUEDE FEELS LIKE A SECOND SKIN, SAYS DEBBIE HAMBLIN. Hamblin, Debbie 160
Football: A Little learner for Brian's lads. 169
Football: A neat and tidy Rowe. 98
Football: Advocaat: I'm so happy to let misfit Negri go. 282
Football: Albion's Angel a shining example. 294
Football: Andy must re-consider his decision not to play for Scotland. 327
Football: Barker's bitter at Linfield rejection. 318
Football: Bee-witched. 107
Football: Brutal but brilliant; `From a commercial point of view, the new Premier will be a winner'. Interview 333
Football: Burrows' boys on song for Cup date. 242
Football: Chat zone. 719
Football: Child's play for Sturrock. 405
Football: Christie's the little giant; And finally, a man in a duffel coat. Hepburn, Ray 153
Football: Cocky Jim simply the best. Butcher, Terry 780
Football: Cold comfort for misfit Viduka; Joe McHugh on the Ibrox star who has advice for Celtic's returning striker Marco Viduka. McHugh, Joe 537
Football: Cole's on fire Glenn, so don't make him the Hod one out. 1198
Football: Colly goes awol; Quit fears as Villa crash out of cup. 398
Football: Coyle the head waiter; Owen's still a one-cap wonder. 446
Football: Dariusz no to Dons. 233
Football: Desailly blow for the Blues. 135
Football: Dornan's the hero as Roy's boys walk tall. 515
Football: Escape as Lee walks. 102
Football: FA Cup - Barmby army on the march. 785
Football: FA Cup - Barmby ends year-long wait to Nick it for Smith. 250
Football: FA Cup - Beni's new deal; Wilson wants to talk after Italian rules roost. 652
Football: FA Cup - Blades end sad Sam's big dream. 478
Football: FA Cup - Chimes up for Ball's outclassed pompey. 412
Football: FA Cup - County just can't contain Carbone. 570
Football: FA Cup - Double delight for jubilant Jason. 406
Football: FA Cup - Filan fine as Kidd's walking wounded rise to challenge. 626
Football: FA Cup - Fratt will do nicely. 522
Football: FA Cup - Free ticket to ride for lucky Tykes. 324
Football: FA Cup - Gill-er blow; Hotshot Keith silences Sunderland boo boys. 589
Football: FA Cup - Ginola proves he's a real stand-up guy. 627
Football: FA Cup - Harp breaker; Super sub Kev kills off brave Swansea. 586
Football: FA Cup - Keegan's boys are wonderFulham. 845
Football: FA Cup - Rob of the Rovers ends O's dream. 333
Football: FA Cup - Robbery as City fall to a Shearer Jewell heist. 528
Football: FA Cup - Rush keeps Wrexham in the hunt. 177
Football: FA Cup - Sad Sam's cup dream is in ashes. 363
Football: FA Cup - Shearer super show spares Gullit blushes. 492
Football: FA Cup - Strachan delighted as fortune favours brave. 518
Football: FA Cup - Super Nico saves the day for Jackson. 445
Football: Fanzone. 533
Football: Flack attack punishes Posh. 135
Football: Four listed after Town go down. 293
Football: Gabby Yorath's column: It's hot news, but that's Hall I can say. Yorath, Gabby 255
Football: Gabby Yorath's column: Juninho's a jewel. Yorath, Gabby 106
Football: Gabby Yorath's column: So how long before the first foetus transfer? Yorath, Gabby 350
Football: Gullit fights for survival; It's World War Toon as players spark rebellion. 246
Football: Hull hell for Honour. 137
Football: I won't quit vows Alvin. 100
Football: Injury threat to Seaman's season. 135
Football: Interview - Jean-Marc Bosman: I gave footballers the winning lottery numbers but all I got in return was nine years of hell; Exclusive: Bosman on the misery behind the triumph that gave us player power. Clavane, Anthony 1875
Football: Interview - Paul Ritchie: We need more of that less of this; Today's Cup tie: Motherwell v Hearts Kick-off 6.05pm. 476
Football: Irwin's living in fear of United contract killer. 595
Football: It must `B' Holt, Mac. 333
Football: Kenwright takeover bid. 148
Football: Kidd's stuff enough. 146
Football: Knell spells death to Larne. 238
Football: League of Wales round-up. 136
Football: Life's a trial for Hegarty. 438
Football: Lionheart Leon tames sad City. 439
Football: Look again says Lennie. 101
Football: May's backing Bluebirds. 135
Football: McCann can at last. 521
Football: McMenemy makes swift bolt for Holt. 281
Football: No shaking Stevens. . . 106
Football: Ollie's purring with pride. 380
Football: Over the Mooney. 235
Football: Penalty prize boosts Derry. 245
Football: Poll pots his first to keep City in the hunt. 471
Football: Praise the Gord. 86
Football: Ray's in raptures. 122
Football: Revealed: Scottish Premier revolution; Top secret: Teams to increase from 10 to 12 with no relegation next season. They will play each other three times. Revolutionary play-off system to decide title. League Cup to get secondary billing. Controversial plan to reduce foreigners. Soccer sensation as we blow the lid on secret talks. 435
Football: Revolution in Scotland. 140
Football: Richards: `We just can't hang on to Robbie'. 289
Football: Saddlers ride high. 169
Football: Salvatori heads towards... An Abyss called Wanda; The Scottish scene. Hepburn, Ray 108
Football: Scottish Cup - Archdeacon in second heaven. 203
Football: Scottish Cup - Bonny Clyde gunning for new victims; Round-up. 187
Football: Scottish Cup - Campbell sweats out Cup thriller. 189
Football: Scottish Cup - Killie bombed out by triple Ayr strike. 268
Football: Scottish Cup - O'Donnell dazzler; Flying Phil's super show seals Celtic's passage. 657
Football: Scottish Cup - O'Neil steals it for Saints in Tay battle. 199
Football: Scottish Cup - Robbo's classic humbles struggling Dons. 404
Football: Scottish Cup - You lazy Gerks; Stenny old hand serves up lesson. 479
Football: Seaman injury crisis. 389
Football: Seven Swans a-signing. 208
Football: Shamrock to press Euro claims; FAI Premier division preview. 339
Football: Solitude in tie of hate; Glens tackle Cliftonville. 422
Football: Suffering City. 96
Football: Super Jason Dozz great. 97
Football: Super Sheffield is foiled by Williams. 189
Football: Taylor adds touch of class. 92
Football: Taylor smiles on as Hornets slide. 226
Football: The silent revolution; Premier chiefs sworn to secrecy as Scotland prepares for split top flight. 427
Football: The Upson downs of life as a reserve; Whizzkid Matthew begs Wenger for big chance. 890
Football: Thou s-Holt Bee a loser. 101
Football: Tim goes from hero to zero. 297
Football: Viduka's bazooka. 192
Football: Villa killa; Fulham stars celebrate as Colly goes AWOL. 290
Football: We're pair set for cup glory run. 431
Football: We've fallen five years behind United; But my boys can do it on the day warns Houllier. 867
Football: Win pounds 10,000 ... play The Sunday Mirror Challenge. 366
Football: Wolves will sell Robbie. 448
Football: Wood you give me job. 106
Football: World War Toon for Gullit. 115
From the pulpit: Practice what you preach a good guide to parenting; The Reverend Roy Cooper is communications officer for the Methodist Church in Ireland. He believes that good parenting lies in the true definition of love which can be found in the Bible. Cooper, Reverend Roy 652
GAA: High fives to greet Elliott; Gaelic gossip. 523
GAA: Players push gate to professionalism. 255
Gardening: Questions and answers. Wild, Adrienne 277
Gardening: Shape and drape for a rosy outlook. Wild, Adrienne 225
Golf: Faldo and Woosie fold. 93
Hair and beauty: Face Value. 205
Hair and beauty: To cut a long story short; THERE'S NO NEED TO GO TO GREAT LENGTHS TO HAVE PERFECT HAIR ...AND HERE'S WHY. 600
Health: Cures and charms - do they work? Fox, Declan 796
Health: Hidden strain of stroke care. 85
Health: Sleep your way to a longer life. 148
Health: Take the stairs and get fitter. 83
Holidays: Families flock back to all-new Benidorm. Barnes, Lucy 230
Holidays: Holiday home thoughts while abroad. Harper, James 213
Holidays: Last-Minute Getaways. 142
Holidays: Plenty of thrills in the big chill; Skiing in Canada is worlds apart from crowded Alps. McSHANE, JOHN 644
Holidays: Take a break straight from the heart. Barnes, Lucy 274
Home Style: Take Five... 194
Home Style: Winning ways; BARE WALLS CAN BE A REAL BORE, SO HERE ARE 10 QUICK WAYS TO JAZZ THEM UP. 557
Hot to trot: German mark of distinction. Prince, Rosa; Scott, Janice 357
Hot to trot: It's hot. Prince, Rosa; Scott, Janice 182
Hot to trot: It's not. Prince, Rosa; Scott, Janice 150
I took aim, squeezed the trigger and fired. The sniper fell. He was my best friend...and I shot him dead; They Grew Up Like Brothers...Until War Turned Them Into The Deadliest Of Enemies. Ellam, Dennis 1287
In an Ideal World: Heavenly star attraction. Joyce, John 361
Interview: Carol Vorderman - I worry that people hate me because I earn so much; CAROL VORDERMAN TELLS CAROLE MALONE WHY SHE IS SO EMBARRASSED BY THAT pounds 5MILLION TV DEAL - EVEN IF IT DOES MEAN SHE'LL NEVER HAVE TO RE-LIVE HER CHILDHOOD HARDSHIP AGAIN. Malone, Carole 1490
Interview: Paul Costelloe - Paul turns style into an art form; Top fashion designer Paul Costelloe really; wanted to be an artist. Now he's to host his own exhibitiion. COGHILL, Report: AMANDA DOHERTY Pictures: JOHN 2754
Ireland, my Ireland: Sky's the limit but there's no place like home. Marshall, Dougi 626
It's `touch and go' for ailing Ernie. 142
Kathy comes home...to EastEnders; SEAN HOARE Showbusiness Editor. 202
Make-over: I feel 10 years younger; DEBBIE BEHLING WAS SO THRILLED WITH HER NEW LOOK SHE COULDN'T DRAG HERSELF AWAY FROM THE MIRROR. Behling, Debbie 644
Mirror comment: No price is too high to keep our children safe. 250
Mirror comment: Unsporting life. 132
Money: `Don't panic' endowment holders told. 91
Money: A little cash in reserves. 104
Money: Boost your savings by moving them. 113
Money: Cover Up To Keep Your Family Safe. 587
Money: Football Crazy Dave Pulls Off A Great Save. 152
Money: Home in on a lender who likes to say yes. 374
Money: Just right for a rainy day... 156
Money: Liz Scores Top Marks For Saving. 86
Money: Magic Tommy Solves All His Cash Worries - Just Like That. 531
Money: Make the most of the big change in tax-free savings. 1376
Money: No surrender is your best policy. 558
Money: Play Your Cards Right And You'll Make A Killing; Shop around to get the best deal on interest rates. 369
Money: Ruth's council house was a joy to buy. 94
Monica to testify in Clinton trial. 217
Motorcycling: Interview: Phillip McCallen - Race ace Phil returns to life in the fast lane; A year after breaking his back in a crash, Phillip McCallen; gets the OK to rev it up again for his fans. 903
My blind date meal with the Paddington Green `witch'. 522
My Furby Has Flu; Coco's a talking toy but he only says atishoo. Moran, Kathy 476
No announcements, no publicity as the son of Britain's wealthiest woman weds his step-sister; Heir To pounds 1billion Bus Fortune Wanted A Quiet Wedding...And For More Than Five Years It Remained A Secret. Rimmer, Alan 1019
No School For Our Special Sons So We Bought Our Own. Cummins, Fiona 464
Nothing like a Dame. 179
Olympic Gold Is Tarnished By Cities In It For The Brass. 825
Olympics owe us pounds 7.5million. 261
On the grapevine: Purer than pure. 267
Our Miracle; Picture missing girls' families feared they would never see. Wills, Colin 92
Our price is always right...the staff memorise all 650 of them. Hutton, Robert 329
Out & about in Ireland: Seaside rendezvous has the abbey habit. 564
Parents' Three Days Of Agony. 343
Pick up a duster and wipe away that stress. 88
Piles of dirty clothes, peeling wallpaper, a musty smell... flat where he played guitar in his junk room; As Missing Girls Are Reunited With Their Families, Twins Tell Of Their Visit To Home Where Suspect Lived Alone And Played Computer Games. 1124
Politically Incorrect: Chris Buckland's column. Buckland, Chris 1214
Postal staff call off one-day strike. 103
pounds 1.4m win on the Lottery...and all they've spent is pounds 600 in 3 months; Height Of Luxury For The Storeys Is The Occasional Takeaway Meal. 1265
pounds 100,000 for a cut of Di's wedding dress. 197
pounds 100,000 For Farmer Beaten Up By Jockey Club Chief's Men. Kempster, Doug 384
pounds 40,000 Up In Smoke In Court Martial Scandal. 551
Racing: Braq in the gold routine. 473
Racing: Istabraq to give a French lesson. 320
Racing: It's bap to the drawing-board. Lysaght, Cornelius 129
Racing: Knife Edge cuts through the mud. 380
Racing: McCoy's Moyle high. 435
Racing: Nicholls hopes for Business as usual. 482
Racing: Sparkling Ruby looks a champion. Lysaght, Cornelius 622
Reviews: Albums of the Week. Hyland, Ian 109
Reviews: Books of the Week. Morris, Sally 102
Reviews: It's nice to see you, Bruce...even if your 30 grand's been trumped. Hyland, Ian 595
Reviews: Singles of the Week. Hyland, Ian 116
Reviews: Videos of the Week. Watts, Jeremy 97
Reviews: What's On At The Movies. Falk, Quentin 521
Revolving doors given the push. 82
Right good read: Dave `Skull' Bingham. Skull, Dave 368
Ruby Tuesday, New York on Sunday; Jagger's Brazilian beauty flies 57,000 miles in two months. 418
Rugby League: Tigers stalled in bid to snare Duffy. 429
Rugby Union: Bath's blast rocks Frank. 173
Rugby Union: Bridgend Bull-fight. 179
Rugby Union: Dally's delight at England U-turn. 304
Rugby Union: Dave's double tonic. 371
Rugby Union: Flyer Phil's triple strike; Chris Smart's Rugby Round-Up. Smart, Chris 153
Rugby Union: Hawks miss the point. 373
Rugby Union: Henry's tricky trio of choices. 712
Rugby Union: Hogan's heroes; AIB League. 321
Rugby Union: Holmes sweet home. 265
Rugby Union: Irish at their Best again. 168
Rugby Union: Irish at their Best again. 191
Rugby Union: Mason's Rush job; Liverpool soccer heroes sparked Ulster's ace kicking machine. 687
Rugby Union: Ponty blitz Canadians. 167
Rugby Union: Robbie's a Vale bonus. 166
Rugby Union: Scots on the rocks. 168
Rugby Union: Scots on the rocks. 188
Rugby Union: Scottish rugby round-up. 256
Rugby Union: Underwood's stitched up. 160
Rugby Union: Wales gamble on Sullivan. 311
Rugby Union: Wilko wins it for Falcons. 152
Rugby Union: Woodward's Rodber blow. 180
Rugby Union: You smug ruggers. Hepburn, Ray 529
Rural Life: Arthur's fine feathered friends. 392
Rural Life: Barn free thanks to club that gives hoot. 451
Rural Life: Prices for steers are steadied. 189
Sally Gunnell's fit for life: Slim down without dieting; IF YOU WANT TO CHANGE THE WAY YOU LOOK, YOU NEED TO CHANGE THE WAY YOU LIVE - AND THAT MEANS CHANGING YOUR ATTITUDE TO FOOD. Gunnell, Sally 1524
Salman Rushdie Joins U2. 137
Sandra's Psychic Solutions: Design your own perfect partner. Ramdhanie, Sandra 218
Sandra's Psychic Solutions: Should I meet my Internet dream? Ramdhanie, Sandra 255
Sandra's Psychic Solutions: Surprise cure for a cough. Ramdhanie, Sandra 177
Sandra's Psychic Solutions: Tune in to each other's needs. Ramdhanie, Sandra 235
Sandra's Psychic Solutions: Wayward husband is simply scared to commit to joint future. Ramdhanie, Sandra 453
Shamed Casey is afraid to live in Ireland again. 308
Soccer Probe No 2. 251
Soccer Probe No 2; FA open new quiz into agent. Pisa, Nick 286
Split: We reveal new revolution for Premier League. Hepburn, Ray 124
Squatters live with dead pal. 104
Stalker behind bars; Teacher's ordeal of filth and cruel lies. 569
Stalker gets banned from 31 hospitals. 179
Storm at `drugs to beat blues'. 127
Sunday Mirror's gift cheers up Charlene. Mcgee, David 218
Teacher's stalker is first to be caged under new law. 154
Tennis: Birthday boy Petr trumped. 83
The Big Question: Revenge - Is it really sweet?; WHEN A BETRAYED WOMAN ACTS OUT HER REVENGE AGAINST THE MAN SHE ONCE LOVED, DOES SHE LIVE TO REGRET IT? HERE THREE WOMEN TELL THEIR STORIES TO AMANDA KELLY AND ANGELA COOKE. Kelly, Amanda; Cooke, Angela 2060
The Diary: Ronan's Flat Out For Tax. Hyland, Ian 82
The Diary: Showbiz gossip. Hyland, Ian 216
The Diary: Showbiz gossip. Hyland, Ian 238
The Diary: Spice Girls to face the music over Neil's song. Hyland, Ian 235
These Boots Were Made For Talking. Weitz, Katy 152
They call me WPC Dando, and I've got the hat to prove it; Jill Dando On The Crimewatch Cases That Make Her Cry - And Her New Love. 1462
This week's must buy. 101
This week's must win. 156
Titanic Kate's revenge on bully. 117
Too posh to honour Les. 103
Tragedy as police van hits father. 145
TV angel plans to adopt dream baby. 237
Virginia Ironside's advice column. Ironside, Virginia 1246
Vital statistics: 10 things you should know about... Supermodels. 473
War zone role for action man Paddy. 223
What Price The Millennium?; (If you can find a place that's open). Rowe, David 345
Why I like my school: Niall Cavanagh; Niall Cavanagh is aged seven-and-a-half and is a P4 pupil at Hollybush PS, Culmore, Co Derry. Cavanagh, Niall 410
Win a weekend break for two at the Ballygally Castle Hotel. 339

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