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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (October 5, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
`HOSTAGE' FIRM WAS WARNED. Mackay, Don 238
3 BRITONS SEIZED IN GUN FIGHT. Brough, Graham 235
70% OF OUR NURSES WANT TO QUIT. Palmer, Jill 449
A move that will revive Britain. Bhoyrul, City Slickers Anil; Hipwell, James 248
A t-rash decision. 95
Alcock smiles better. Garside, Kevin 668
All will be forgiven if Hod wins. Harris, Harry 758
ALLNUTT GIVES JIM A TASTE OF DEFEAT. Price, Colin 457
ANDY: THE COVER-UP; Farce as he denies HIS claim that aides misled the public. Royal, JANE KERR 885
ANN'S NOT BEEN FARE; Bus boss gets clippie round ear from her ex. Peterkin, Thomas 320
Ban to be jacked in. 97
Bassett applies Pierre pressure. West, Lee 361
BATEY STRIKES TO KEEP GLENS TOP!; But league leaders again forced to play catch-up. Alexander, David 701
Bergy back in business; Arsenal 3 Newcastle 0. Dillon, John 507
Birthday is whacko for Jacko. 176
Boy attacked by dogs a hero. Kelleher, Lynne 250
Boy crushed by tractor. 84
BRANSON'S F-WORD BLUNDER ON RADIO. Allison, Rebecca 162
Braves finish off Chicago. 199
BRIDGE PLUNGE. 114
Chief Mellor under fire. Cross, John 184
Child of the catwalk; SO CHIC.. BUT SHOULD SHE MODEL AT JUST 13. Fashion, AMBER GRAAFLAND 406
CHINA SEIZES REBELS ON EVE OF BLAIR TRIP. Maguire, Kevin 159
CITY NEED ROYLE COMMAND. 237
CLASSY DUNLOP IS BACK TO HIS BEST; CRUSADERS....2 BALLYMENA UTD ....0. Mullan, Courtney 456
COCKNEY MUM GIVES DALLY BASHER HELL. Price, Colin 661
Cure this wrong. 101
CUT RATES NOW EDDIE: VOICE OF The Mirror; Bank's chief must step in. 309
D-DAY FOR LOWRY; DPP to decide on fate of shamed ex-minister. Kelleher, Lynne 372
DAD'S ALTAR-ED IMAGE. Baillie, Allan 143
Dean show is cap-ital. 108
Dear Jo; Forgotten millions. Dipple, Jo 724
Dec 31 1999: Hospitals in millennium crisis alert. Morris, : Nigel 213
Derry pay the price. 157
Dick signs for Thistle. 118
Doc and pal Zoe in double baby joy. Chaytor, Rod 140
DODDS PLOTS MILLER'S DON-FALL; Billy dumps former club. CONNOR, Robert 912
DOG DIES IN BLAZE. 106
Dowie: This has blown my chances. 132
ECONOMICAL WITH THE TRUTH - 20 TIMES IN 20 YEARS. 1157
England's injury woe. 125
Envoy's house for sale. Michael, Neil 161
Falcons nearly go West. 123
FALDO RUSHES BACK HOME TO HIS LOYAL WIFE. Fletcher, James 292
FREE classic comedy video. 213
Fuel hike blow for Scotland. Cameron, Stuart 240
Gareth hits out on `kick'. 86
GEORGE: YOUR JOB IS SAFE. 251
GIGI FIRST PAST THE POSTS!; Liverpool 1 Chelsea 1: Casiraghi off the mark at last for Blues. Nixon, Alan 333
Glenn: I'm no wacko. West, Lee 248
Go fishing for compliments; Ideal dish to tone up your skin and hair. Callard, Beverley 1353
Graham quickly discovers it's snoring, scoring Spurs. WALTERS, Mike 1090
Greg: I threw it away. 95
GRIDLOCK BRITAIN; Massive jams set to paralyse roads. White, Stephen 339
GULF WAR COVER-UP. 99
Hand ref an Oscar. 389
Happy Deas for Livvy. 308
HARALD RIS-ES TO THE TASK; Brattbakk's Norse code to break duck. GALLOWAY, Craig 1255
Hat-trick Al strikes again. 222
Healy'sa world beater. 104
HIBEE SKINNER BACK - BUT NOT FOR LONG. LEE, Samantha 509
HILAIRE RAISING WIN FOR RHINOS. 554
Hit-men still un-Marked. 125
HOLY ROCK HAS A PRIEST'S FACE; Murdered preacher appears on mass stone. Reading, Denis 471
I'VE BET ON MY LAST HORSE; Legendary punter Barney quits to work for charity. Michael, Neil 246
I've broken my wife's heart through my affair .. but the truth is we're still so much in love; EXCLUSIVE: SHANE RICHIE REVEALS WHY HIS MARRIAGE HIT THE ROCKS. Hockney, Karen 1696
INCE AND LE SAUX TUNNEL BUST-UP. 477
It has been a rotten time for Tim but he is getting better - A SPOKESMAN FOR THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF KENT YESTERDAY. Kerr, : Jane; Fisher, Lorraine 432
It has been a rotten time for Tim but he is getting better - A SPOKESMAN FOR THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF KENT YESTERDAY; SON-IN-LAW'S CANCER FIGHT. Kerr, Jane; Fisher, Lorraine 316
IT'S A SOAPER LIFE. Edwards, Karen 93
It's all right Jack, there's no fiddled lists, just a vision for our NHS; By SAM GALBRAITH, SCOTTISH HEALTH MINISTER. Galbraith, Sam 657
Jan better than Gio. West, Lee 252
JEFF'S MEN SHAKE OFF EURO ROW HANGOVER; Jaded Jambos steal a point. Baillie, Michael 1097
JUST DELICIOUS BY DELLAS. 204
Juve coach pays Paolo Lip service. Winterburn, Sarah 363
Lady H: My Tim's beaten cancer. Kerr, : Jane 100
Lee putts the heat on Monty. 757
Leicester chief in fans' threat. 120
Look out, Liverpool. 148
Love-split Faldo sees loyal wife Gill. Fletcher, James 254
Mauricio's rocket hint to Spurs. 150
MEET THE SEX BOMB OF THE ISLE OF ARRAN; Bed-hopping mum's TV tale. King, Steve 300
Mike loses magic with late boob. 125
Milosevic makes up for penalty. 104
Monaghan saved by goal rush; ALL SQUARE IN CLASSIC; MONAGHAN 4-7 WATERFORD 1-16. Taylor, John (English pop musician) 588
More Brits flee to sun. 83
Munster thrashing for Ulster. 297
MUNSTER THRASHING FOR ULSTER. 244
MURRAY COULD BE THE REDS SAVIOUR. Dunne, Glenn 603
My Villa bulldogs are a Brit special. Moore, David 951
NEW B-TEST IS PROOF POSITIVE; High-tech breathalyser accepted as evidence in court cases. Kelleher, Lynne 322
No cap call for Durrant. 198
Noades hits at boo-boys. Cross, John 129
Now Duncan's using his head. STENSON, Tony 577
NOW THAT'S SEXY FOOTBALL; Bergkamp the turn-on for Gunners. HARRIS, Harry 648
O'NEILL LETS HIS TEAM DO THE TALKING. EDWARDS, Ian 855
ONLY THE TEAM IS WRONG!; Everything else is just fine says Saints boss. DILLON, John 1200
Our public servants are far from civil: Inside The Dail; Andrews suffers stinging rebuke over promotions. Brophy, Karl 891
PERTH ROAD IN CAR JAM ALERT. 81
PHILLIPS CAN GIVE THE LIGHT ANSWER. Scott, Dave 545
pounds 10,000 profit on flat in just 4 hours. Michael, Neil 229
Property tycoons must be stopped. 101
QUEEN AND THATCHER `DID CLASH'. Mackay, Don 134
RAISE SCHOOL AGE TO SIX, SAY PROFS. Education, RICHARD GARNER 157
RAPE ORDEAL STUDENT WILL SUE UNI CHIEFS. King, Steve 361
Real complaint about Hearts. 117
REDKNAPP RUINS GIGI'S GLORY RUN. MADDOCK, David 927
REF CALL BLASTED. 204
RHINOS WIN A HILAIRE RAISER. 91
Robinson rages at decision. 87
Robson doesn't take the Mik now; Middlesbrough 4 Sheff Wed 0. HOWEY, Martin 628
Roddy McDowell 1928-1998: `Ape' star Roddy dies of cancer. Morgan, Gary 106
ROGAN A WEE GEM. Taylor, John (English pop musician) 419
RONALDO AND OWEN SIGN UP FOR DANIEL. Banks, Ken 164
RUUD: TIME TO SHOW ME THE MONEY; Arsenal 3 Newcastle 0 Gullit plea after Highbury lesson. Dillon, John 134
Sex life's spoiled by my breast op. Stoppard, Miriam 1341
Shop's porn shocker. 89
SHOT MUM FIGHTS FOR LIFE ON PARADISE ISLE; Paula defied gem-raid in bar. Mellor, James 365
SHRINK TO THE STARS BEAT HIS CHILDREN; Noise made Prof lash out. Michael, Neil 272
Sleaze MP ban. 111
Soccer-nut Pleat cares too much to be a pen-pusher. McGUINNESS, Mark 703
Sol and Col in the dock. Moore, David; Walters, Mike 288
Soldiers quizzed over duty free smuggling. Kelleher, Lynne 232
Song on tune over jumps. 329
Sonia's queen of chilly North. Moore, David 487
Spare us a peseta. 118
Spurs in line for hol lot of pain. Lawrenson, Mark 797
Steve on way back to Omagh; OMAGH TOWN 1 PORTADOWN 0. Dixon, Brian 200
Still split on Euro. 99
STOREROOM REMBRANDT COULD FETCH A FORTUNE; Gallery discovers third hidden treasure. Kelleher, Lynne 344
STYLE WARS; FASHION KING ATTACKS IRISH WOMEN FOR HAVING NO DRESS SENSE. Michael, Neil 666
SUPER CARL IS CHAMP AGAIN. Jim 288
TANKS TO KOSOVO. 100
TAYLOR'S FAILURES HAVE NO DEFENCE. White, Peter 481
TEAM OF THE WEEK. 222
Teenager rattles Bairns; Division One round-up. Campbell, Alan 461
TEL ME WHAT'S GOING ON; Moore faces Palace D-day. MacDonald, Grant 365
THANK JORG IT'S TIME FOR BREAK; Dick: Gers need a rest. MacDONALD, Grant 1049
THE SHADOWY CABINET; PAUL ROUTLEDGE on Tory nobodies at Bournemouth. Routledge, Paul 682
There's no accounting for taste. 186
TIM'S STILL HOPING TO EARN HIS SPURS. MILLAR, Steve 603
TRIOMPHANT PESLIER; Olivier grabs Arc hat-trick. Fawcus, Charles 439
UEFA decide on Ireland's Belgrade tie. 185
ULRIKA'S HOT DATE; pounds 300,000 is so ex-citing. Wright, Matthew 762
Villa must pay up for kid Barry. 151
Ward puts Blake in the shade. Nixon, Alan 331
WE'LL SLASH YOUR CASH; Budget threats to Scots if SNP win Holyrood. Hill, Lorna 280
WE'RE TOTALLY VAGUE ABOUT THAT HAGUE. 474
WEEKEND VIEW. Purnell, Tony 259
WHO ARE THE TWO SWELLS?; pounds 300,000 is so ex-citing. Wright, Matthew 131
Why Tarrant's right to drum out his lazy lad. Parsons, Tony 1203
WIN A VIP trip to London with Planet Hollywood. 419
Win is sweet 16 for Huntly. 140
WISE UP, WISE MEN; Pressure on the Bank Nine for interest rate cut this week. Morris, Nigel; Manning, Clinton 834
Woe Canada for snub Gary; Kilmarnock 0 Dunfermline 0. CONNOR, Robert 630
WOMEN IN A MAN'S WORLD; Whether it's a top job in the army or getting a car back on the road you CAN still be feminine and succeed. Raymond, Clare 1306
World's sexiest cars; .. AND, YES, THAT INCLUDES A VOLVO, SAYS QUENTIN WILLSON. Willson, Quentin 551
Writers keep it in the family. 105

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