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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (October 31, 1998)

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10 tips on cleaning up your kitchen. Ball, Amanda 251
100 glue sets must be won. 167
1000-lesson Chris gets his licence. 124
A gain of two halves; PART-AND-PART HOME LOANS GIVE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS. Prophet, Sheila 1100
Are you game for Halloween? 492
Be a winner in our great Grand Prix give away. 212
Beauty: Straight ahead. Davies, Erica 247
Berries to perform Nobel gig. Michael, Neil 197
Bishop backs prison families. 96
Black Friday; DEVASTATION AS 500 JOBS ARE LOST IN FACTORY CLOSURE. Brophy, Karl 532
BOTTLED ON HOLIDAY JET; Air hostess's 18 stitches after ordeal. Brough, Graham; Rock, Lucy 639
Boxing: HARRY HAILS HAMED CLASS. Garside, Kevin 400
Boxing: Lewis MBE a big hit at the Palace. 350
Boxing: Nazmatazz Prince needs to put on big-fight show for America. DILLON, John 1102
Boxing: RICHIE WANTS A HAPPY ENDING. 108
Boy's jaw is broken in class attack. Leslie, Neil 195
Charlie Catchpole column: Boyk boasts ain't cricket; Geoff looks a right Yorkshire pudding. Catchpole, Charlie 532
Charlie Catchpole column: Getting the ears Pearced on Five. Catchpole, Charlie 191
City lights tribute to rocketman. 134
Cover for a healthy future.. 82
CRICKET: ASHES SLUR OFF THE MARK. Lander, Chris 254
CRICKET: ATHERTON HIT BY TOUR JINX; Crock Mike facing fitness battle. Lander, Chris 504
CROSSBOW HITS VICTIM IN NECK. Quinn, John 163
Crossbow victim `lucky to be alive'. 100
Dane wins case over boss's abuse. 101
Design doctor: Home Life editor Donna Hardie answers your DIY questions. WILSON, DONNA HARDIE Research DANIEL 731
DISCO OF DEATH; Fire kills 67 kids at party for Halloween. White, Stephen 723
Drug Tsar kids' SOS. Lambie, Derek 134
Drunk kills nephew. 134
Emmanuel Petit column: Medals wipe out misery. Petit, Emmanuel 239
Emmanuel Petit column: Tackling one of my toughest debuts. Petit, Emmanuel 166
Emmanuel Petit column: Why is sorry always the hardest word? Petit, Emmanuel 580
ESSENTIALS: Pyjama parties. Graafland, Amber 191
FAMINE FUND-RAISER SLAMMED AS `GROSS'. 107
Fashion: Trendy in tweeds; A NEW IMAGE FOR TWEED. Picton-Jones, Ollie 339
Football: 'Well aim to see how the other half lives. Weir, Stewart 609
FOOTBALL: A WASTE OF TIME; Only two clubs will be allowed up, admits SPL chief. Weir, Stewart 301
FOOTBALL: ADAM'S FLOG ON THE TYNE. McLEOD, SAM 313
FOOTBALL: ALLOA FIND THEIR MARK; SECOND DIVISION. 295
Football: ANDY STILL A YORKIE. Edwards, Ian 104
Football: Big saver George. Hare, Joe 152
Football: BISHOP IN CITY LIFT. 131
Football: Blake signs for pounds 4.16m (that's his wages). Nixon, Alan 302
Football: Boss Jim is up-set. 91
Football: Brave Kenny on the way back. West, Ric 428
Football: Cooper:I'd play Pierre. 147
Football: COTTEE'S LITTLE HEAD START. Moore, David 648
FOOTBALL: CROCK BERGY IS BIG WORRY. McGUINNESS, MARK 318
Football: Curb the `S' word. 157
Football: Daish will give the lads a lift. Moore, David 199
Football: DALGLISH TO RUUD RESCUE. 320
Football: Dick demands gift of the Gabby. MacDonald, Grant 301
FOOTBALL: DON'T KILLIE DALLY; Bobby warns `be on guard'. Weir, Stewart 928
FOOTBALL: DUBLIN BID BINNED. Moore, David 317
FOOTBALL: EVERTON FANS SAVE BOSNICH. Price, Alistair 349
Football: Fan power puts Mark in the clear. Price, Alistair 180
Football: FERGUSON SALUTE TO GOLDEN BROWN. Whittell, Ian 691
Football: Francis boys must work for a living. Moore, David 220
FOOTBALL: GAZZA IN MIND GAME; `Reformed' ace sees shrink in comeback bid. Walters, Mike 391
Football: Ger Gio warns Vossen `talk is cheap'. MacDonald, Grant 1138
Football: Going gets tough for Malone; ATHLONE TOWN V HOME FARM EVERTON. Scully, Michael 274
FOOTBALL: HAT-TRICKS ARE NOW BIG STANLEY'S TRADEMARK. Alexander, David 460
FOOTBALL: HIBEE MILLER SET TO CAUSE HEART-ACHE. MacDonald, Grant 933
FOOTBALL: HUNTER REGAINS SCORING KNACK; It's been an annoying time for me says United marksman. Dixon, Bill 491
Football: Huntly Granted reprieve. 369
Football: Injuries leave Mart S-martin. 475
Football: John keeps Oval kids' title hopes in focus; GLENTORAN ACE LEADS BY EXAMPLE. Dunne, Glenn 639
Football: Lay off refs storm FA. 223
Football: Luca here, I'm the boss. Walters, Mike 105
FOOTBALL: LYNCH SEES RED AS RAMPANT ROVERS SPOIL PATS' PARTY; O'Neill strike sends Hoops home happy; Shamrock Rovers......... 2 St Pat's ...........................1. Scully, Michael 850
Football: Mahon's chance; Derry City v Finn Harps. 113
Football: Martyn's aiming to be top of the stops. EDWARDS, Ian 628
Football: Montrose go on trial; THIRD DIVISION. 248
Football: Nationwide Division One previews. 568
FOOTBALL: O'BOYLE READY FOR ROASTING. 466
Football: OWEN: DO NOT CALL ME A DIVER. Maddock, David 516
Football: Paul to face Bankies after Hibs switch. 681
Football: Premiership problem boys-Van Hooijdonk: Forest have missed me more than I've missed them. Moore, David 547
FOOTBALL: PREMIERSHIP'S PROBLEM BOYS -WISH WE WEREN'T HERE..; Vialli: I'm ready to put Laudrup in against Villa. Walters, Mike 641
Football: Previews of Premiership matches. 825
Football: RIOCH ON HIS GUARD. 93
Football: Rovers leave it late as Reid goes off in shame; Bray Wanderers 1 Sligo Rovers 1. 97
Football: SRNICEK GETS WED. Rogers, Steve 243
Football: TERMINATED; Ruthless Redknapp dumps Dicks and drops Hartson. McGUINNESS, MARK 741
FOOTBALL: THE PRICE OF BRIAN; Revealed: Mega-deal reason why Laudrup is to quit Chelsea. Harris, Harry 327
Football: Tuttle next in Tel clear-out. McGuinness, Mark 405
Football: We must keep up this pace says boss Hale. 130
Football: We've got front says Dermot; CORK CITY V SHELBOURNE. Scully, Michael 345
Football: WHO NEEDS NATHAN, THIS GUNN'S FOR HIGHER; Todd backing the Ice man. Rogers, Steve 545
Football: Why boss Kinnear lives in fear. 319
Football: Woe for Bohs; BOHEMIANS V WATERFORD. 220
Front stunners; SIX HOUSES THAT HAVE INSTANT SELLING APPEAL. 659
GAA: BIG GUNS PRIMED AND READY FOR SHOOT-OUT. Curtis, Roy 1559
GAA: Mickey's getting Down to business; MOURNE BOYS OUT FOR LEAGUE WHITEWASH AGAINST THE NEARLY MEN. Keys, Colm 703
GAA: ROYAL RETURN. Writer, Roy Curtis Chief Sports 184
GANG BOSS THE MONK TURNS BACK ON CRIME; Wealthy crook invests fortune in property. Leslie, Neil 415
GARDAI JOIN EURO WAR ON BARONS. Pope, Philip 179
Gas sniff boy killed on day out. 122
Get lets of cash; Why there's always room to make a bit extra. Prophet, Sheila 351
Girlfriend `used' in Ward trial. Pope, Philip 153
Girls in plea to get killer. Lakeman, Geoffrey 214
GOLF: LONARD BITES BACK. 188
Golf: Monty's turn to have them all stumped. Stenson, Tony 534
GOLF: SINGH SO ON SONG. 169
GOLF: TOO CHILE FOR GOLF. 146
Greyhounds: National Kennel Hands' Benefit meeting. 80
GUERIN TEAM LEAD HUNT FOR SERIAL KILLER. Leslie, Neil 145
HAIRS AND GRACES; Andy gets close shave for Queen. Royal, JANE KERR 170
Hanks in surf film. 83
Hard times for Viagra firm joker. Fernandez, Colin 160
Holiday `98: Get your Pyrenees brown; First time on the slopes? Andorra is just the spot for L-plate skiers. Castelli, Steve 1179
Holiday `98: Try out a piste at indoor show. 194
Holiday Russian roulette. 101
Home Truths: Philippa Forrester. Webber, Richard 387
Interview: Little makes it big; Natasha Little, one of the stars of This Life, is fast establishing herself as a great talent. She tells Karen Hockney about her meteoric rise to fame; VANITY FAIR; Sunday BBC1 9pm. Hockney, Karen 1070
Interview: My sister inspired me. If Francesca was alive today she would still be encouraging me; It was the death of his beloved sister, in the Marchioness tragedy almost ten years ago, that gave England rugby captain Lawrence Dallaglio the will to succeed. For the first time he opens his heart to Helen Weathers. 1856
Interview: SO WHY CAN'T MARIAH FIND TRUE LOVE?; She's sold 90 million records and is worth $200 million..She's a star who seems to have it all, but Mariah Carey has had a troubled private life - a failed marriage, a rift with her dad and a sister who has the Aids virus. She talks exclusively to Tanith. Carey, Tanith 2829
IRA GUNMAN DOHERTY TO BE RELEASED WITHIN DAYS; Killer of SAS captain may move into politics. Dowling, Kevin 384
IRA killer is set to walk free. Dowling, Kevin 230
IT'S BACK; The Exorcist re-opens on big screens for Halloween. Chambers, Suzanna 403
Jail visits ban on drug mule wives. Hardy, James 144
James Whitaker's Column: Bumping into Michael Cole. Whitaker, James 97
James Whitaker's column: Dear James. Whitaker, James 245
James Whitaker's column: In for a Penny, in for a pounding; TRASH DI AT YOUR PERIL. Whitaker, James 335
James Whitaker's column: Minicab.. maxi row. Whitaker, James 312
James Whitaker's column: Nine-year wonder.. Whitaker, James 160
James Whitaker's column: Not born to father's role. Whitaker, James 159
James Whitaker's column: Start of the shooting season. Whitaker, James 114
JOBS BOOM . . AND GLOOM. McIVOR, JAMIE 176
LABOUR REBELS BID TO BLOCK VOTE CHANGE. Little, Alison 137
LOOK NO FURTHER: Halloween object d'arts. 215
Lucky Bags; Everyone wins a prize with our terrific game. 244
MAN HELD ON LYN MURDER. Lakeman, Geoffrey 256
Matthew Wright's column: Russ v Des; Radio jock signs for ITV sport. Wright, Matthew 248
Matthew Wright's column: Wales - and moans. Wright, Matthew 255
Mega Mirror: Caspar vids to be won. Parker, Fiona 124
Mega Mirror: Monster Halloween gifts to be won. Parker, Fiona 373
Mega Mirror: Scary things that go pop in the night. Parker, Fiona 231
Mega Mirror: X MARKS THE PRIZE. Parker, Fiona 106
Mirror Comment: Gloom over the Shannon. 178
Mirror Comment: Law must save sport for fans. 117
Mosaic maestro please. Visser, Jill 782
MOTOR RACING: DIARY OF THE F1 SEASON. 200
MOTOR RACING: MIK CAN TAKE THE MICHAEL; Finn ready for final victory. Suzuka, Michael Derin 861
MOTOR RACING: SCHUEY IS A WORLD APART SAYS DEREK WARWICK. Garside, Kevin 283
Motor racing: Schuey: It's my title. Japan, Michael Derin 139
MOTOR RACING: TITLE RECKONING. 89
MURDOCH ANGER AT MAN UNITED PROBE. Morris, Nigel 518
MY DIARY: It's my calling to light up the heavens above with skill, fizz and excitement; BY FIREWORKS-MAKER AND VICAR RON LANCASTER. 861
MY LOVE FOR CELIA; Taoiseach Bertie Ahern reveals his romantic secrets for the very first time. Kierans, World John 384
My satan motor hell. 144
Nicola Tallant's Column: Holiday hell that begins at home; Best-laid plans are already in tatters. Tallant, Nicola 716
NURSES PROTEST AT WARD CUTS. Leslie, Neil 333
OLLIE'S BREWERY; Wildman actor wants to make cider for a living. Michael, Neil 382
ON TOP OF THE WORLD. 158
Our dirty beaches are pasta joke says pizza boss. Varley, Declan 284
Pinochet is given bail. 81
Plane rowdy made pilot abort landing. 91
pounds 600,000 Benaud signs for Channel 4. O'carroll, Lisa 191
pounds 60bn to beat global slump. Dillon, Jo 185
Price is right for property owners. Keenan, Andrew 162
Property round-up. 166
Psychiatrist claims TV dramas could be the key to happiness. Michael, Neil 352
Pub boss John is a Golden wonder. Murphy, Murt 207
Queen meets crowned head. Royal, JANE KERR 497
RACE-HATE AGONY OF KIM THE DANE. Dennis, Steve 166
Racing: BANK ON JACK'S FLYING PRINCE. Fawcus, Charles 234
RACING: CUPID CAN STRIKE IN SAINT CLOUD. Kinane, Mick 710
Racing: Frankie's flying high. 112
Racing: Go for Therhea to make Wayne's world perfect. 90
Racing: His Song in sound spot. Keena, Dave 331
Racing: Ista going to be so easy. 363
RACING: NOMADIC CAN TRAVEL AT NAVAN. 367
Racing: Sihafi on track for glory bid. 178
Racing: THE GREAT ESCARTE!; Hall's well for the new chasing star. Fawcus, Charles 422
Recipes: TAKE A GAMBOL; Top chef DELIA SMITH cooks for The Look; Delia Smith's new BBC2 series How To Cook returns to the roots of cooking to rediscover the simple pleasures of good food. Here The Look exclusively introduces to you two of Delia's mouth-watering recipes to warm up a chilly Sunday with a traditional roast dinner and a rich and tasty pudding. Pictures by Miki Duisterhof. Smith, Delia 626
Redford's an arty animal. 95
Richie's pounds 600k job deal. O'carroll, Lisa 192
ROBERT CONNOR'S COLUMN: LAUDRUP LOST HIS APPETITE. Connor, Robert 170
Robert Connor's column: Truth about youth is out there. Connor, Robert 906
RON WON'T SAY IF HE'S GAY; MP asked four times about sex but dodges question. Morris, Nigel; Edwards, Jeff 1584
RON: I'M SO VERY SORRY; MP regrets `moment of madness'. Morris, Nigel 172
Rooms with a crew; LIFE ON A HOUSEBOAT IS ALL ABOUT GOING WITH THE FLOW. Power, Eithne 300
Rugby League: GARY GLITTER MUST CAGE THE BEAST. Burke, David A. 461
Rugby League: Schofield tries Welsh rescue. West, Lee 126
Rugby Union: Rookie ref Arch has a lock on his mind. 279
Rugby Union: Rookie ref Horan left out of tour. 148
Rugby Union: Rookie ref looks the bite man for the job. West, Lee 740
Rugby: Caley Luke good. 372
Runaway gives up to Gardai. Brophy, Karl 393
S1NGH goes for pounds 108,000. Cooper, Matthew 157
School tie still pays. 129
Scots city set for 24-hour opening. 101
Screwdriver stabbing was so bad giving birth could have killed me; EX-WPC LESLIE RELIVES MADMAN'S TERROR ATTACK. Kemp, Charlotte 1437
Shares: The FTSE-100 index closed up 79.9 at 5438.4. 539
SORRY SEEMS TO BE THE HARDEST WORD. Pilditch, David 94
Sport fans will pay for legal delay. Leslie, Neil 229
Sports TV: Highlight of the week. 93
Talks still in deadlock. 133
TASTING WINE & BEER. Curran, Tim 197
TENNIS: GREG OUT OF SERVICE. 299
TENNIS: KRAJICEK REVENGE. 272
TESTING HANDCOOKED CRISPS. Turner, Kim 152
The bottom line is Andrea's not just a pretty, er, bottom; UNSEEN OTHER SIDE TO A pounds 1m REAR. Maung, Carole Aye 689
The boy prince; How little Naseem fought his way to greatness .. then almost threw it away. Grant, Clare 1787
THE FIRST TIME I...HARRY HILL. 1029
The Imposter. 398
THE IT FILE. Maung, Carole Aye 384
The tower and the glory; When Elspeth Beard bought her folly it was a crumbling, damp shell full of pigeons.But hard work turned it into a stunning home. POOLE, Words: KENRIC HICKSON Pictures: COLIN 645
THE TWO WOMEN IN BERTIE AHERN'S LIFE; Loving partner and admiring wife stand behind him. Tallant, Nicola 434
THOUSANDS FLEE FLOODS; Clean-up bill to top pounds 100m. Chaytor, Rod 507
TREV THROWS A TARTAN TANTRUM; Newsman duped by Noel. Smith, Christine 380
TREVOR RAGE AT NOEL GOTCHA; Duped newsman storms out. Smith, Christine 456
Tried & Tested: Cheese graters. Dean, Andrea 184
ULTIMATE SACRIFICE; Five Bellies gives up booze to help Gazza. Roberts, Brian 351
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Common touch. Lewis-Smith, Victor 123
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Franks for the memory. Lewis-Smith, Victor 299
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Howe's about that.. Lewis-Smith, Victor 400
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Saint Delia never over egos the pudding. Lewis-Smith, Victor 394
Voice of the Mirror: Disgraced MP must come clean. 216
Voice of the Mirror: Family first. 114
Win Concorde tickets EVERY DAY next week; STARTING MONDAY: WE'RE GOING SUPERSONIC. 163
WITCHES IN SECRET NEW YEAR CEREMONY; It's all white on the night. Young, Caoimhe 230
Wonderful for Glenn. 86
Your Garden: Pippa Greenwood's gardening column. 696

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