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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (September 11, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
'Well win race for Adams. MacDonald, Grant 206
`Stress' of Navy girl. 129
3 murders: Lover held. 132
A big leap forwards; Their past arrogance won them few friends but now Embrace just want to be loved, finds RICHARD WALLACE. Wallace, Richard 708
A Black day for Irish sister act. Quinn, Thomas 207
A chance for all our children to excel; A WOMAN MP's WESTMINSTER VIEW. KING, Oona 881
A SLAVE TO HIS SUCCESS; SIMON ROSE looks at the chequered career of Steven Spielberg who was in danger of losing his magic touch. Rose, Simon 892
ADAMS AND TRIMBLE END THE COLD WAR; Meeting one of 3 key steps to peace. Morris, Nigel 309
Air safety . . here's a little fuel for thought; EXHAUSTED STAFF WARN OF DANGER. Penman, Andrew; Alford, Dawn 974
ALEX BACKS HIMSELF FOR FIRST SCOTS PM; Salmond leaps to defend SNP plan. Cameron, Stuart 404
and the 25m-year-old fly. Radowitz, John von 198
Anywhere but there, Mr Blair. 311
ATKO LURED BY AFRICAN ADVENTURE. MOORE, David 666
Axeman Evans chops best pal; GINGER EMPIRE CRISIS. Wright, Matthew 984
Back-fire on Wright. 108
BALLOON RIVALS UNITE. Atkinson, Steve 104
Ban stags says judge. 80
Bargain deals. 199
BEEB SAYS SORRY TO ITS `SNOTTY' NEWSREADERS; Embarrassment at leaked report. Smith, Christine 294
Best of the rest.. Rose, Simon 134
BLAIR: I STILL BACK PAL BILL. Maguire, Kevin 160
BLIND WILLIAM FORCED TO LIVE ON THE STREETS; Spiralling rent prices leave Dubliner battling to survive. Tallant, Nicola 495
BLONDE CAPRICE'S SAUCY SECRETS. Roberts, Joe 133
BODY FOUND AT BEAUTY SPOT. 98
Bomb blast 57 years on. 146
Bond seeks fairytale end in fitting finale; Newcomer wants to take centre stage. CURTIS, Roy 896
Boo-boys silent as Canice can-do. KEYS, Colm 880
Brian has the recipe to cook up a final storm; Whelehan can pip Baker for Player of the Year award. CURTIS, Roy 2484
BUS PASS U-TURN KEEPS BOY, 7, OUT OF CLASSES. Currie, Gordon 153
Cats clans prove best; KILKENNY WINNERS NO MATTER WHAT THE RESULT. O'shea, Colm 1883
Cats to crash at Croke; Offaly rollercoaster year will finish in glory; FINAL ANALYSIS. Loughnane, Ger 1113
CHEERS! GEKKO GETS THE BEERS IN; Hands out for another brew. Bhoyrul, Anil; Hipwell, James 1317
CHOOSE A TERRIFIC ONE 2 ONE TARIFF. 318
CHRISTY'S FAREWELL TO HIS `LITTLE MAN' Golfer's grief as crash victim son buried. Fallon, John 485
Cole faces big freeze. Rogers, Steve 145
COLEMAN HOT FOR DERRY JOB; Barton pulls out of race. Keys, Colm 425
Court row car blaze. 161
CROW SINKS BIRDIE; CRAZY GOLF 2. Lakeman, Geoffrey 160
DALGLISH HAD LOST THE PLOT SAYS KEEGAN. Harris, Harry 315
DANE'S KNEE IN THE GROIN FOR VENGLOS. McLEOD, SAM 507
DEATH BY INTERNET; Disgrace for Clinton as Starr's sex dossier goes on world web. Dowdney, Mark 869
DIAMOND FLUSH; Cup cash bonanza for Doddie's men. Weir, Stewart 518
Diving JP's early bathe. 167
Download a verdict in the virtual court. 81
Dozy fan's own goals. 154
Dozy housebreaker calls a getaway taxi. Sharp, Ian 133
DRIVEN MAD AND.. DRIVEN TO CARNAGE; Two-hour jams, killer crashes - our roads nightmare. Leslie, Neil; O'shea, Gary 384
Driver failed to miss train. 163
DRIVING FORCE IS THE WINNING; Performance comes second says Fennelly. 601
DROWNINGS? WHAT DROWNINGS?; EXCLUSIVE: Holiday isle chiefs can't recall sea tragedy in Branson book. 606
Ease the squeeze. 87
Egil-eye Wilson's swoop. Edwards, Ian 130
Embarrassed? I nearly died; TV LYNN'S BOWEL CANCER FIGHT. Palmer, Jill 804
Even agents are building empires. West, Lee 162
EVERYTHING MUST GO; Biggest sale in football history is under way. DILLON, John 1035
EVIL BEYOND BELIEF; Tearful daughter slams `sick' men who killed mum and dad. Prince, Rosa 373
EXPERTS FEAR BIG CRASH. 151
Famed faces get together. 92
FANS TO PAY FOR GAME'S BIG SELL-OUT. HARRIS, Harry 249
FEVER PITCH; Now money men move in on Villa and Arsenal. Dillon, John 439
FIONA'S HOLE IN WONDER; CRAZY GOLF 1. Atkinson, Steve 177
FREED GUARDS FIGHT TO KEEP JOBS. King, Steve 221
From Bill the Thrill to Gore the Bore; I WAS YAWN TO BE PRES. Lines, Andy 650
FURY OVER BLE BID TO BLOCK McKIERNAN. Curtis, Roy 232
GEES MAKE A BEE LINE FOR VEGAS STRIP. King, Steve 661
GET RID OF YOUR SON ..OR LOSE YOUR HOME; Judge warns mum over tearaway. Young, Sydney 358
Giggs hit by new KO fear. Nixon, Alan 356
GIVE ADDED VALET; Clean up and cash in when you sell. Willson, Quentin 1236
GLITTER'S DAY IN THE DOCK; Fury as star faces child-sex charges. Young, Sydney 460
GRAHAM IN CASH WAR. Edwards, Ian 287
Graham vows to fight on. Ramsay, Heather 152
HAVE YOU HEARD THE ONE ABOUT THE PRESIDENT.. 167
He's Com a long way thanks to Brennan; Andy Comerford; KILKENNY. 960
HENDRY'S BACK TO WINNING FORM. Weir, Stewart 213
HERE IS THE NEW; Beeb girl Anne's baby joy. Mitchell, Victoria 263
Heroin supplier jailed over Page 3 girl death. 96
Heskey's pounds 1m deal. 110
Hod forgive you, Sutton. Harris, Harry 255
HORRIFIED KIDS FIND CAT NAILED TO TREE TRUNK; `Sick and barbaric' attack stuns SSPCA. Sharp, Marie 282
Hurricanes force woman to give up solo Atlantic bid. Murchison, John 282
I don't care about fat. I'm happy ..and it's not like I'm on the pull!; THE REAL REAL ME: CAROL VORDERMAN tells all to NINA MYSKOW. Myskow, Nina 2144
I sat and sobbed my eyes out; EXCLUSIVE: TOM HANKS REVEALS HIS TEARS ON FIRST WATCHING EPIC PRIVATE RYAN. O'sullivan, Kevin 1683
I was a junkie doc; As frightening numbers of medics become addicted to drugs, one anaesthetist tells how he couldn't get through the day without them. Sayid, Ruki 1117
I'LL NEVER FORGET JAMBOS' OVATION; SAYS COUNTY'S NEALE COOPER. MacDONALD, GRANT 750
If only Clinton had admitted Monica affair. 272
IRISH ROCK BOKS. 99
Johnny can't afford an Off day; Johnny Pilkington; OFFALY. 892
KEELY OUT TO PLUCK HARPS. Scully, Michael 147
Kevin deal is cash for Eck. 130
KIDS CALL-UP. 122
KILLER SOLDIER IS FREED FROM JAIL. Oliver, Mark 180
KNIGHT'S DAY HAS DAWNED; Beverley Knight wrote, arranged and produced her hit album Prodigal Sista. CARRIE RASQUINHA meets a woman in control. Rasquinha, Carrie 615
Labour throws down gauntlet to Tory peers. Maguire, Kevin 97
LAST NIGHT'S VIEW. Purnell, Tony 265
Liar! Liar!; MONICA REPORT REVEALS TRUTH ABOUT PRESIDENT PANTSDOWN. Foreign, Mark Dowdney 229
LOOKING ROSY. 123
Lotto pair buy holiday village. Mcgurran, Aidan 229
Lover held over family murders. Disley, Jan 89
Man U takeover is satellite dish of the day.. even in China! Hendry, Stephen 906
Master Clarke's cough to a real flier. STENSON, Tony 776
McCall no to Accies. MacDonal, Grant 104
Men lured boy to alley. 109
Minor matters play major role for Cats. SCULLY, Michael 891
MUMS SNUB SMOKE WARNINGS. Palmer, Jill 225
My married lover blows hot and cold. Stoppard, Miriam 1437
MY ROBIN RELIANT; Margaret Cook's joy over new man who says: I am interested in her future .. not her past. Russell, : Jonathan 608
New beauty on City block. Michael, Neil 122
NOT SO BRIGHT. 96
Now on sale.. Davis, Paul 330
Now the president is down on knees; ANTON ANTONOWICZ on the shaming of Slick Willie. Antonowicz, Anton 1187
Oil pay bill with my art. 86
Old enemies herald a new era of peace; Adams and Trimble talk of brighter future. Morris, Nigel 314
OLIVER ARM TWIST; Wildman Reed wins pub challenge hands down. Reading, Denis 321
Ooh, Aah! Cantona is better than Best. 919
Open the Bolly, darling!; A FABULOUS FREE VIDEO. 103
Oriental girl power with balls. Purnell, Tony 201
Our wonderful world of words. 92
Out Takes. Wallace, Richard 441
Out this week.. Graham, Polly 397
PADDY SET TO GO LIVE. O'hehir, Peter 283
PARTING SHOT. Fawcus, Charles 323
PARTY WITH A RECKIN' CREW. Hancock, David 735
PILLS, THRILLS AND NO SKILLS; Happy Mondays' Bez couldn't sing or play but his drug-fuelled autobiography is a cult classic. Paul Davies pops off the lid. Davis, Paul 579
Point for Rovers. 121
POSTIES BITE BACK. Tallant, Nicola 119
pounds 20k tour of Titanic. 155
pounds 50,000 HOLIDAYS BONANZA; Enter the great Mirror travel competition. 303
PREMIER JOB FOR BOBBY. 248
PRESIDENT PINOCCHIO; Shocking Starr report reveals Clinton LIED and LIED and LIED .. but Hillary still stands by him. Lines, Andy 418
Punter forfeits pounds 87,597 fortune. Fletcher, Ian 164
Raith reject Hartley bid. 131
Reid faces up to old pal. MacDONALD, GRANT 120
Report delay is slammed. 91
RIVALS CALL A TRUCE. 81
Robbie's Euro lift. Edwards, Ian 109
Robbo in for Victor. Howey, Martin 123
ROGER WILL BOLI OVER BIG BROTHER. MacDONALD, Grant 887
ROMA DYE-ING TO WED ANGEL CO-STAR. Pope, Philip 157
RUC HAS VITAL ROLE TO PLAY. Pope, Philip 119
Rural charmers. Law, Alan 279
Saints go for pounds 3m Watson. Howey, Martin 122
Satellite porn channel axed by Government. 87
SCHUEY: I GOT IT WRONG. Derby, Michael 302
Screen test. Buff, Sinead 256
Serves you right, says Le Saux. Stenson, Tony 227
SEX PILL VIAGRA FACING STIFF COMPETITION; Rival love cream set to raise the stakes. Leslie, Neil 350
Shaun's back to face Cork. Scully, Michael 102
SHOT AND CAPTURED; Millionaire wanted for murder turns gun on himself. 521
Simmo's SOS call. 127
SOLDIER OF FORTUNE; THOMAS QUINN talks to Ed Burns, a leading independent filmmaker and one of the stars of Steven Spielberg's war epic, Saving Private Ryan. Quinn, Thomas 910
SONIA'S IN. Keys, Colm 170
Spend your money like water. O'Sullivan, Kevin 617
SPIELBERG GOES OVER THE TOP; SIMON ROSE makes it through three harrowing hours of the director's disturbingly realistic war epic. Rose, Simon 336
SUPER EGG HELPS HEART. Fisher, Lorraine 113
TANKS.. BUT NO THANKS. Atkinson, Steve 196
TD demands crime debate. 90
TEACHERS' PAY PLEA. Education, RICHARD GARNER 96
Tel tastes Chinese. 121
The converted head for Brixton. Rasquinha, Carrie 183
The GP said all my baby Darryl had was a simple bug .. that night he was fighting for his life with meningitis in a hospital; ANGELA'S HUNCH SAVES HER SON. 598
the jogging Jack Russell.. Young, Sydney 123
The poet and a spud you'll like. Quinn, Thomas 246
The supergrass parrot.. Young, Sydney 164
THUGS THREATENED TO HACK PADDY'S FINGERS; Pensioners' terror as gang bursts into home. O'shea, Gary 410
Time for a pint at the Grover's return; The weekend starts here with Donna Air. Quinn, Thomas 906
Timeless Joe still smokin' Vintage year for Dooley the elder. CURTIS, Roy 892
TOP OF THE BROTHS; Britain's a world leader in buying cans of soup. Solomons, Mark 343
Top Tip. 143
Tough test for boss Buckley. Scully, Michael 154
TV babes keep it in the family. Michael, Neil 221
Villa dry for Merse. White, Peter 122
VILLA, ARE YOU NEXT?; Money men in the hunt as Arsenal reveal talks. Dillon, John 353
Vinnie is rocked by jail warning. Butler, Jo 248
We'll have an Offaly nice honeymoon with 70,000 fans cheering at Croke Park; NEWLYWEDS PUT OFF HOLIDAY TO SEE HURLING HEROES. Kelleher, Lynne 955
We'll help you get the big picture; Digital TV Everything you need to know. O&apos, Lisa 555
Where losses mean good business. Kelly, Des 1172
Will the Blues feast on Swedes? Hillary, Rory 228
WIN; a weekend in New York; LUXURY WALDORF BREAK FOR TWO. 198
WIN; Sci-fi classic on video. 175
WRITE WAY FORWARD. McMANUS, SUZANNE 111
Wrong to shun this lonely dad. Dipple, Jo 934

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