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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (September 6, 1997)

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2,500 GAS JOBS AXED; Safety fear at Transco move. Manning, Clinton 167
2000 - A GRAND YEAR FOR SCOTS; Millennium will cost pounds 1000 each. 299
3 MILLION BOUGHT A TV TO SEE THE QUEEN CROWNED; Elizabeth insisted on cameras in the Abbey. 286
A PRAYER FOR DIANA. 98
A tremble in Charles' voice betrayed the feeling for his beloved uncle. 776
Athletics: Edwards bows out. 150
Boxing: Hardy has score to settle. 186
Candlelight vigils in Manhattan for an American princess. Kelly, Kate 493
Cheers, tears.. and a few gaffes. Graham, Polly 568
COPS ASK BRITS TO SEND GILLIGAN BACK FOR MURDER CHARGE; UK trial may be halted. Leslie, Neil 239
CRICKET: BROWN DROPS TOUR HINT. West, Lee 186
CRICKET: DON'T SHAME LORD'S FINAL; We must not tarnish the reputation of our club. Lander, Chris 936
Cricket: Donald wants Essex repeat. 128
Di helped me kick drugs.Our private chat was inspiring; THE DRUG ADDICT. 712
DIANA 1961-1997 MOTHER TERESA 1910-1997: ANGELS TOGETHER; Diana's pal Teresa dies at 87. Dowdney, Mark; Lines, Andy 1165
DIANA 1961-1997 MOTHER TERESA 1910-1997: The Queen touches our hearts. 278
DIANA 1961-1997: A NATION'S FAVOURITE: I didn't believe I was a princess until I stepped into Wales; Brian Reade on the special bond between Diana and her people - Princess Diana in 1981 during her first official visit to Wales. Reade, Brian 1299
DIANA 1961-1997: An icon for Irish womanhood: No-one will ever take her place.. no-one will ever cross such divides. Tallant, Nicola 801
DIANA 1961-1997: DI FUND SET FOR FIRST pounds 1M. Mulchrone, Patrick 193
DIANA 1961-1997: FAMILY'S GRIEF: Pray for her boys. 104
DIANA 1961-1997: FAMILY'S GRIEF: PRINCES IN A SEA OF SORROW. Harrison, Tracey 802
DIANA 1961-1997: FAMILY'S GRIEF: The humble and famous pay homage. 294
DIANA 1961-1997: MIRRORMEN'S TRIBUTE: IT WAS SEVENTEEN YEARS AGO TODAY; Memories of first time I saw Charles and Diana together. Royal, JAMES WHITAKER 1176
DIANA 1961-1997: PRINCES RETURN: I told William 'Your mum's in a good place' and he smiled. Antonowicz, Anton; Mulchrone, Patrick 1150
DIANA 1961-1997: QUEEN'S TRIBUTE: A Moving MESSAGE DEEP FROM HER HEART. Antonowicz, Anton 366
DIANA 1961-1997: QUEEN'S TRIBUTE: It was the right thing for nation. 200
DIANA 1961-1997: QUEEN'S TRIBUTE: Mourners hear royal apology. 217
DIANA 1961-1997: QUEEN'S TRIBUTE: THANK GOD FOR DIANA; She was an inspiration with her warmth and kindness. White, Stephen; Mulchrone, Patrick 1261
DIANA 1961-1997: QUEEN'S TRIBUTE; MOTHER TERESA IS DEAD AGED 87. Dowdney, Mark 351
DIANA 1961-1997: ROYALS RETURN: I told William 'Your mum's in a good place' and he smiled. Mulchrone, Patrick 1136
DIANA 1961-1997: SCOTLAND MOURNS: So here was somebody who did not hide their vulnerability. Maybe that is partly why so many have wanted to express their faith this week; REV ALAN McDONALD, ABERDEEN. Cameron, Stuart 1274
DIANA 1961-1997: SILENT SEA OF TEARS: HOME PAST HER PEOPLE; Thousands stood silent as the draped coffin passed in the night. The only sound, the gentle weeping of mourners. Shaw, Adrian; Harrison, Tracey 1198
DIANA 1961-1997: THE FUNERAL: 10,000 IRISH PILGRIMS FLY TO DI FUNERAL. Leslie, Neil; White, Stephen 806
DIANA 1961-1997: THE FUNERAL: 100,000 say 'We miss you' half mast. 93
DIANA 1961-1997: THE FUNERAL: 5M WILL WATCH ON LONDON'S SILENT STREETS. 771
DIANA 1961-1997: THE FUNERAL: A NATION COMES TO A STANDSTILL. Cameron, Stuart 229
DIANA 1961-1997: THE FUNERAL: Blairs to fly up for lunch at Balmoral. Maguire, Kevin 295
DIANA 1961-1997: THE FUNERAL: CANDLE WARNING TO MOURNERS. White, Stephen 243
DIANA 1961-1997: THE FUNERAL: City road closures. 161
DIANA 1961-1997: THE FUNERAL: Final salute as tricolour is flown at half mast. Leslie, Neil 257
DIANA 1961-1997: THE FUNERAL: Medics are on standby for heavy casualties. Shaw, Adrian 194
DIANA 1961-1997: THE FUNERAL: Pride of Scotland. 129
DIANA 1961-1997: THE GRAVE: DIANA'S FINAL RESTING PLACE. Chaytor, Rod 510
DIANA 1961-1997: THE LAST HOURS: DAY THAT ENDED IN CRASH TRAGEDY. 475
DIANA 1961-1997: THE LAST HOURS: Video of Di 'shows Paul was not drunk'. Oliver, Ted 328
DIANA 1961-1997: THE LAST HOURS; She gave him her father's cufflinks.. he gave her a poem on a silver plaque. Oliver, Ted 799
DIANA 1961-1997: THE MOURNING: Duchess comforts Di's mum. Brough, Graham 130
DIANA 1961-1997: THE MOURNING: Flowers flow from her Palace gates, the symbols of our grief; GILL SWAIN sees a million bouquets that speak from the nation's heart. Swain, Gill 538
DIANA 1961-1997: THE MOURNING: Gardener in lawn tribute. 82
DIANA 1961-1997: THE MOURNING: Mum names baby after Di. 80
DIANA 1961-1997: THE MOURNING: Poet Ted pens funeral verse. 93
DIANA 1961-1997: THE MOURNING: THE STARS PLAY THEIR RESPECTS..; MATTHEW WRIGHT from New York's Radio City. Wright, Matthew 507
DIANA 1961-1997: THE PLAYERS: 'Let the world pray together'. 112
DIANA 1961-1997: THE PLAYERS: Choir will sing as never before; THE CHOIRMASTER. 238
DIANA 1961-1997: THE PLAYERS: OPERA STAR FLIES IN; THE SOLOIST. 141
DIANA 1961-1997: THE PLAYERS: THE ORGANIST; THE CHOIRMASTER. 105
DIANA 1961-1997: THE PLAYERS: THE PLAYERS: ELTON hymn TO A FRIEND; THE SINGERS. Quinn, Thomas 381
DIANA 1961-1997: THE PLAYERS: UNITED BY COMPASSION; THE ARCHBISHOP. 327
DIANA 1961-1997: THE PLAYERS: VOICES THAT WILL REACH TO HEAVEN; Leading the nation in song and prayer. 116
DIANA 1961-1997: THE PRINCES: ALL MY HOPES ARE ON WILLIAM NOW, I THINK HE HAS IT; Diana tells of pride for her son just weeks before death crash. Lines, Andy 1246
DIANA 1961-1997: THE PRINCES: Words of comfort for beloved sons. Mirror 190
DIANA 1961-1997: THE VIGIL: In the calm of night 20,000 queue in the silence. Whispers pass along the crowd. By sunrise, one million had signed their tribute. Kerr, Jane 1280
DIANA 1961-1997: THE VIGIL: SEND US YOUR MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE. 100
DIANA 1961-1997: TV GUIDE TO THE FUNERAL. 1018
DIANA 1961-1997: Ulster in mourning: WE'LL NEVER FORGET YOU; She was the Princess who taught us how to smile again. Gorrod, Joe 458
DIANA 1961-1997: YOUR POEMS: When you cried, we cried, when you died we died inside Sleep now, sweet Princess, pray find eternal rest. 814
DIANA 1961-1997; ORDER OF SERVICE. 5284
DIANA TRIBUTE. 97
Elizabeth weds and a new era of hope is born. Kercher, John 310
Fairytale that brought a tear to the nation's eyes; ROYAL WEDDINGS; Television pulled out all the stops for three happy Royal events and hit a peak with the Charles and Diana spectacular; How world tuned in to dream couple. Graham, Polly 565
Football: Black spot for kid Fenn. 250
FOOTBALL: BOBAN: I WANT UNITED. Millar, Steve 243
Football: Caught off card! Dervan, Cathal 201
FOOTBALL: CHRIS IN PREMIER CONDITION. Wiechula, Frank 233
Football: Coppell targets Fjortoft. 213
Football: Emmo is put up for sale. 99
FOOTBALL: ENGLAND MAY HAND OVER PAY TO DIANA CHARITIES. Clarke, Nigel 643
Football: Fenn off in shame. 145
FOOTBALL: FIVE STAR GARY IS THE MAN. Clarke, Nigel 272
FOOTBALL: FOUR CHEERS FOR REID. Edwards, John 246
Football: Glenn's year in focus. Harris, Harry 400
Football: Harps not so sharp. Fitzmaurice, Aidan 173
FOOTBALL: I JUST COULDN'T RISK GAZZA AS MY CAPTAIN; Hoddle search for Wembley wise man. Harris, Harry 739
Football: Leighton the No 1. 91
Football: LIAR: 'Deep down Gould is a devil'. Walters, Mike 580
Football: No one should be forced to play on a day like this; IAN WRIGHT straight from the heart. Wright, Ian 598
FOOTBALL: OUR GREATEST GOAL. Dervan, Cathal 262
Football: Paganin demand too high. Edwards, John 171
Football: Pat's a lot better!: Drogheda United 1 St Patrick's Athletic 3. 111
Football: Pleat leads chase for pounds 1m Buso. Edwards, John 281
FOOTBALL: REF WAS PAID; Clough robbed by Euro bribe scandal. Walters, Mike 536
Football: Rovers eye Juve star. Nixon, Alan 114
Football: Siggi's stardust memories. Dervan, Cathal 408
FOOTBALL: SPEED YOURS FOR pounds 5 M; Robson keen to buy midfield goalscorer. Edwards, John 363
FOOTBALL: SUPER JACK SUCH A HARD ACT TO FOLLOW. Dervan, Cathal 712
Football: Tol order for Byrne battlers! Keogh, Tom 262
Football: Villa win TV battle in Europe. 224
FOOTBALL: WRONG TO LABEL US AS BUNCH OF NANCY BOYS; Cascarino hits back. Dervan, Cathal 819
GODDESSES WE LOVED AND LOST; SADNESS and ultimately tragedy were Princess Diana's lot. In this she followed two other great 20th-Century icons, movie goddess Grace Kelly and John F Kennedy's widow Jacqueline Onassis. Their funerals, too, were seen on TV by huge audiences and became occasions for great outpourings of grief. Now Diana, like Princess Grace and Jackie O, will be frozen in time as charm and elegance personified. Murphy, Rachel 633
Golf: Caddie is stabbed. 96
GOLF: MONTY: I want to get out of here; 'I am wasting my time now'. Stenson, Tony 475
GOLF: NEW SEVE STORM. Stenson, Tony 216
He knows his onions. 119
I couldn't believe she was dead until they brought her body home; Newsreader Dermot tells how the full horror sank in. Quinn, Thomas 1023
I remember them cheering my father at the Coronation ..I can't replace him; How legend Richard inspires BBC anchor David Dimbleby. Hughes, Chris 817
I'll never forget the slow march to a single drum; Veteran broadcaster Raymond Baxter recalls dignity of Moutnbatten funeral. Quinn, Thomas 696
Inside.. 186
It will be the biggest and saddest day of my life.. Diana was a friend and a shining star; Trevor McDonald will be the ITN anchorman for the funeral. Raymond, Clare 1008
It will be very hard not to cry. 337
JEFFREY BERNARD DIES AT 65. Holden, Simon 141
Louise was in pain and dying but Di managed to make her giggle; THE CANCER VICTIM. 1130
Margaret has hot date in the swinging 60s. Brown, Millicent 292
MILITARY CROSS WAR HERO HELD IN COCAINE PLOT; Guardsman in dock. Dowdney, Mark 216
MOTOR RACING: DAMON'S pounds 3m PAY CUT; Benetton and Prost step in for cut-price Hill. Macauley, Ted 461
MOTOR RACING: pounds 5m PROST DEAL FOR HILL HILL; Old pals act puts Damon back in the money. Macauley, Ted 477
Motor racing: Subdued Stewarts; Team in mourning. Macauley, Ted 312
MP Cook backs cop assault pair. 152
Oh brother.. 10 days out that won't cost a groat; Follow Cadfael trail for the Heritage weekend. Whitfield-King, Sarah 747
OLYMPICS: GREECE IS THE WORD. Wiechula, Frank 303
OPERATION HOPE NOT; Only sound of 14,000 marching feet breaks silence as Churchill is laid to rest. Wallace, Richard 791
PALACE FLAG IN A SLIP-UP. 97
Piper Alpha 'scapegoat' fury. 155
RACING: CASH IS THE SPIN DOCTOR. 153
RACING: MY EMMA IS RAE'S FLYING ARC ANGEL. Mitchell, Dave 768
ROWING: REDGRAVE TARGET. West, Lee 303
Rugby League: Goulding loses his sparkle. 315
Rugby Union: Bok coach is sacked. 113
Rugby Union: Life ban threat. 131
RUGBY UNION: SITTING ON A TIME BOMB. Price, Colin 363
Rugby Union: Tou far for the French. 127
Sad day for a hero. Hughes, Chris 302
SHares The Ftse-100 index closed up 2.9 at 4994.2. Manning, Clinton 522
SHE BROUGHT HER SONS TO SEE US SO THEY'D UNDERSTAND; THE CEREBRAL PALSY VICTIM. 811
SHE GAVE US SIGNS OF HOPE. 346
She helped me to smile again; LANDMINE VICTIM. 511
SHE HELPED TELL WORLD ABOUT AIDS; Tony Whitehead, 43, AIDS sufferer. 355
She laughed as I took Harry for a spin in my wheelchair; THE PARALYSED MAN. 1055
She told me she wasn't scared of dying, so long as she died happy; THE CRASH VICTIM. 755
Sombre task for voice of authority. Hughes, Chris 264
Sport's touching show of respect. 293
Stars set to pay tribute to Princess. 345
STREETS OF GRIEF FOR OUR QUEEN OF HEARTS. 941
TENNIS: I'M ROOTING FOR GREG. 206
Tennis: They called me traitor for joining the Brits; Says GREG RUSEDSKI. 758
THAT'S SHOWBIZ. Maung, Carole Aye 395
THE BELL TOLLED, HER PEOPLE WEPT. 1149
THE BRAVERY OF ITN'S QUEEN BEE; Reporting from the Palace, Julia Somerville will draw on courage that helped her to beat a tumour. 440
THE QUEEN'S MOVING TRIBUTE TO THE PEOPLE'S PRINCESS: Diana was an exceptional and gifted human being. In good times and bad, she never lost her capacity to smile and laugh, nor to inspire others with her warmth and kindness. King, Steve; Mellor, James 368
THE TV TIMETABLE. 253
United by the screen. Purnell, Tony 315
VOICE OF THE MIRROR. 104
WHEN I PUT MY HAND TO HER FACE I KNEW SHE WAS PRETTY; Blind Chris Anderson, 27, met Diana at the See-Ability Centre in Leatherhead, Surrey in January, 1995. This is his story. Swain, Gill 382
WHY ARE WE WITHOUT YOU. 744

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