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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (June 26, 1999)

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'PARTY' PATTI LIBEL VICTORY. 95
10 solutions for basic plumbing problems. Allsop, David 417
30 killed in 'super-pure' heroin alert. Beattie, Jilly 146
A day in the life of.. Althorp visitor manager Celia Deeley. Grimes, Andrew 763
All in the best possible taste; TV chef Ainsley Harriott, renowned for his delicious dishes, proved he's rather tasty himself in a revealing photo shoot. Here he tells Sarah Moolla about that fruity pose, and how his family reacted. Moolla, Sarah 1077
Athletics: It's big dough but not for Mo. Moore, David 197
BABY HIT BY CATAPULT THUGS. Batters, Paula 141
BARGAIN BASEMENT. 242
Baz's Casualty beds; TV STAR TAKES TIME OUT FOR NEW ROLE IN THE GARDEN. O'kelly, Alan 290
Beauty. Graafland, Amber 265
BERSERK COW SHOT BY COPS. Mackay, Caitlin 146
BERTIE AND BLAIR FORCE PEACE CLOSER; It's last chance for settlement warn leaders. Carton, Donna 437
BLAIR TELLS PROVOS: GIVE UP YOUR GUNS; It's last chance for peace, PM warns Sinn Fein. Maguire, Kevin 449
BLAIR: IT'S UP TO YOU GERRY; Premier plea on peace talks. Carton, Donna 128
BLUNDERBALL; Lotto bosses boasted two top prize winners a week.. so far there's none. Harrison, Tracey 330
Bomb girl's bridal joy. White, Stephen; Carton, Donna 172
Boxing: No hiding place if Herbie blows it. McGuigan, Barry 549
BOXING: TIME TO TURN THOSE TABLES. Boxing, John Dillon 540
BOY, 14, DROPS DEAD; Heart attack kills 'sporty lad' Mark. Kane, Patricia 341
BRAIN BUG CASES SOAR. Brophy, Barry 232
Brian Reade's column: Failures? No,we just need to find some pushy parents from hell. Reade, Brian 1084
BRIAN READE'S COLUMN: OUR MILES DESERVED A BRIT MORE SUPPORT. Reade, Brian 191
Brian takes his case to court. Young, Caoimhe 180
BRINKS-MAT CON'S SON IS SENT DOWN. Dolan, Andy 157
Building firm denies death fall charges. 107
Chronology of Andrew and Fergie's relationship. 167
Cleric on sex charge. 90
Comment: Courts get tough on drug dealers. 191
Couple die in crash on festival trip. Roche, Barry 147
CRICKET: NASS BACKS LAGS ELEVEN; England reprieve for bad-boy Tufnell. Cricket, Chris Lander 570
CYBER-COOL KIDS WIN JOBS RACE. Poucher, Howard 98
Design Doctor: Donna Hardie answers your DIY questions. Hardie, Donna 515
DESIGNER DOUBLES: CALYPSO SHELVES. 93
DID VAN GANG HIT OMAGH?; Forensic team probe possible link between bomb atrocity and 320lb explosives seized near border. Kelleher, Lynne 652
DON'T CALL ME CRONY; Dyke hits back over gifts to Labour. Quinn, Thomas 342
Duty Free bonanza. 89
Eastern promise. Prophet, Sheila 359
Essentials. Davies, Erica 196
FAKE NOTES YOUTH ORDERED TO WORK. O'driscoll, Sean 163
Fashion: For that special occasion. 286
Fat pay packets but lean times for stars; BIG NAMES ARE GETTING SMALLER AS ACTOREXIA SWEEPS THROUGH HOLLYWOOD. Young, Caoimhe 992
FAVOURITE THING... David Dickinson. Dolan, Hazel 168
Food: Scoops of the day; Following many readers' requests to his Food Clinic, this week Marco whips up five delicious ice cream recipes which make a refreshingly cool treat for you to try at home. 1127
FOOTBALL: ADAM CHEEK; Polish ace Dariusz takes a pot at Celts as he signs for Gers. MacDONALD, GRANT 540
Football: Ball's boys to finish off the fairytale. 336
Football: Celtic close in on Israeli ace Berkovic. Ross, Kenny 428
Football: Give it a Laois. 202
FOOTBALL: HIBS' BID FOR RIK REJECTED. Ross, Kenny 237
FOOTBALL: HUGHES IS PART OF CLEAROUT. McGUINNESS, MARK 284
Football: If they paid him, Pete could quit a rich man SAYS FINBARR McCONNELL. McGreevy, Alex 840
Football: Keely fires up Shels. Scully, Michael 154
FOOTBALL: KENDALL IN HUNT FOR WALES JOB. Wade, Ben 420
FOOTBALL: KENDALL IN QUEUE FOR WALES JOB. West, Lee 198
FOOTBALL: REJECT MURRAY MAINZ BUSINESS. 97
FOOTBALL: ROBSON: FLAIR'S BACK IN FASHION. 95
FOOTBALL: ROW OVER FA 'VOTES FOR CASH'. Harris, Harry 284
Football: Sli-go out. 80
FOOTBALL: STURROCK TAKES HIS HAT OFF TO FERRAZ; United boss wins race for Portuguese ace. MacDonald, Grant 895
FOOTBALL: THOMPSON WILL BE NEW FA BOSS. 85
FORTY WINKS AT 30,000 FEET. Us, Andy Lines 149
Free pounds 1 Budweiser Irish Derby day bet. 169
Frenzied knife killer gets life. 186
GAA: BARNEY'S TROUBLE; Laois star can upset Dub dream. 645
GAA: BLUES' FINAL RETURN; LEINSTER SFC SEMI-FINAL: DUBLIN V LAOIS. Keys, Colm 226
GAA: NICE TO SEE JA; Fit Fallon gives John an extra option. Keys, Colm 251
GAA: Sligo must deal with Tribe pace; CONNACHT SFC SEMI- FINAL: SLIGO v GALWAY By COLM KEYS. 394
Get set to Beat All in Derby; IRELAND'S BEST JOCKEY GIVES THE INSIDE TRACK ON THE DERBY. Kinane, Mick 867
GOLF: PARK HAS SAME BITE AS SHARK. Stenson, Tony 321
Golf: Park's set to match the Shark. Stenson, Tony 448
GOLF: ROSE NOT CUT OFF FOR ONCE. Stenson, Tony 324
GREG DYKE: 10 THINGS HE SHOULD DO. 121
GUNS MUST GO ADAMS TOLD. Maguire, Kevin 219
HAIL KING NATHAN; Pals copy his bow to Queen Mum. Williams, Alexandra 410
HIGHLAND SCHOOL SAFE .. FROM ARAB TERRORISTS. Mackay, Caitlin 231
Holiday 99: Departure points. 139
Holiday 99: EU've lost it. 116
HOLIDAY 99: FLIGHT BAIT TO IRELAND. 84
Holiday 99: Pick the right time to Gozo..; YOU'LL FIND PEACE IN PARADISE. Leech, Janice 805
HOLIDAY 99: SPLASHING TIME, MUM!; You'll all pull together at summer camp. Coultas, David 508
HOMES WITH A FILM LOCATION CONNECTION: All the right movies. Russell, Rosalind 547
How our pets turned into scary monsters; What happens when man's best friend becomes his worst enemy? Steve Tooze and Amanda Driver talk to a couple in a bizarre love triangle with a parrot, the owner of two destructive dogs, and a girl whose snake mistook her for dinner. Tooze, Steve; Driver, Amanda 2921
Howard's the way for DeCaprio. 96
HUNGARY? POP INTO TESCO, MR PRESIDENT. Murphy, Eileen 220
Hunt is on for stolen BBC doll. White, Stephen 105
I DIDN'T KNOW SHE'D DIE; Man who loaded Guerin gun 'thought it was to scare her'. MacDERMOTT, DIARMAID 371
I'M NOT HAVING MY OWN OFFICE; The new BBC Director General Greg Dyke talks to The Mirror. Quinn, Thomas 553
IT file. Maung, Carole Aye 247
It'll be all right on the nigh-T. 132
JAIL STAFF OUTNUMBER INMATES; Prison costs top pounds 150m. Brophy, Karl 333
JAMES WHITAKER'S COLUMN: AND AS FOR THE OTHER MARTINA.. Whitaker, James 110
James Whitaker's column: Dear James. Whitaker, James 404
James Whitaker's column: Hingis, you're a winner with me; Touched by her courage. Whitaker, James 283
JAMES WHITAKER'S COLUMN: HONEYMOON FLOP. Whitaker, James 207
James Whitaker's column: James' Jokes. Whitaker, James 188
James Whitaker's column: Learning Spanish. Whitaker, James 99
James Whitaker's column: Luciano Pavarotti at Earls Court. Whitaker, James 141
JANNIES FACING RAP FOR BLUNKETT DIGS; Storm over PFI comments. Cameron, Stuart 387
Judi jets home to her sick husband. Foreign, MARK DOWDNEY 240
JUDI JETS IN TO SICK HUSBAND. Dowdney, Mark 203
JUSTICE FOR THE BRAVE GURKHAS : EQUAL DANGER EQUAL REWARD; Backing for our warrior heroes. 1185
JUSTICE FOR THE BRAVE GURKHAS : SMILE OF THE HERO'S WIDOW. Andu, HELEN WEATHERS 246
JUSTICE FOR THE BRAVE GURKHAS: THANK YOU; Gurkha widow's joy as Blair vows to review pension. 439
Justice for the brave Gurkhas: Toughest fighting force on Earth. Foreign, MARK DOWDNEY 281
Kvaerner deal snag. 157
LET'S PARTY; Thousands flock to capital as new stadium is opened. Fletcher, James 463
LOUD AND PROUD; They will all be belting out Mae Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau today - but only one player in the squad can speak Welsh. Pope, Philip 740
Love conquers evil as blast victim marries. Carton, Donna 388
Man is quizzed after pounds 1.8m seizure. 375
MARCO'S FOOD CLINIC; Every week I answer your questions exclusively in The Look. White, Marco Pierre 533
Matthew Wright's column: Dury only days to live, fear pals. Wright, Matthew 308
Matthew Wright's column: M-illennium People gig. Wright, Matthew 113
MATTHEW WRIGHT'S COLUMN: YES, WE HAVE NO PYJAMAS; Croaky Ulrika may quit show. Wright, Matthew 278
MEGA MIRROR: Beanie auction. 131
Mega Mirror: Catch our Virus; 3 lucky readers will get one free. Hill, Silent 329
MEGA MIRROR: GET SLADE! 157
MEGA MIRROR: LOOKING FOR A CATWALK QUEEN. 253
Mega Mirror: Sky the limit for Venus. 135
MEGA MIRROR: V-RALLY SEQUEL IS HERE. Hill, Silent 269
Misery in the air. Sayid, Ruki 632
MOTOR RACING: JORDAN PLANS FOR LIFE AFTER HILL. Macauley, Ted 455
MOTOR RACING: READY, EDDIE, GO; Irvine poised to join Ford as Jordan rules out move. Derby, Michael 550
Murder judge failed justice. McILWRAITH, GORDON 259
Murdoch in secret wedding. Nettleton, Philip 96
MY FAMILY'S RACE TAUNTS NIGHTMARE; Brother was called b*****d says Dove star. Michael, Neil 260
NO DEAL, TONY; Unionists throw out Blair's new peace plan. Cowan, Rosie 375
NO THANKS; Parly party falls flat as stars snub Holyrood invites. Kane, Patricia 355
OLD FIRM LAND IN TV DOCK YET AGAIN. Tait, James 134
OLGA WASN'T MY SEX SLAVE SAYS HER COACH. Foreign, MARK DOWDNEY 166
Pam tames her wild man. 105
Pole-axed by BT. Ramsay, Heather 250
pounds 300k for Clapton's hit guitar. Harrison, Mike 119
PRESCOTT IN WINE DEFEAT. 88
PRINCE OF WAILS; Charles will not be amused by poll. Fletcher, James 301
PUP HURLED 70FT; Teen thugs throw dog off bridge into a river. Mulchrone, Patrick 279
RACING: BEAT'S NEAT FOR GARY; Stevens holds All the aces at Curragh. FAWCUS, Charles 464
RACING: CHART TOPPER. 255
RACING: CRY CAN GO UP FOR PIPE. Insider, Stable 239
RACING: GARY BOASTS STOUTE REPUTATION. O'hehir, Peter 375
RACING: MATE IS GREAT IN THE PLATE. Fawcus, Charles 273
RACING: PUT CASH ON MONTJEU; Asmussen chases Derby double on French colt. O'Hehir, Peter 397
Racing: Ray has tinnies on Plate. Fawcus, Charles 271
RACING: SUPER BERNSTEIN LOOKS RUNAWAY RAILWAY CHOICE. O'hehir, Peter 480
RACIST YOBS ATTACK BLACK GUARDSMAN; Poison spray horror in Whitehall. Nettleton, Philip 307
Refugees search for relatives on the Net. Jones, Gary; Arnold, Harry 245
RESTING ASSURED; No place like a well-covered home. Prophet, Sheila 454
RUDE TENANTS RUINED MY LIFE. Crofts, Rachael 163
Rugby League: Broncos Out For Revenge. McLEOD, SAM 197
RUGBY LEAGUE: HANLEY FURY AS PAUL HITS SAINTS; Bradford 46 St Helens 22. Burke, David A. 411
RUGBY LEAGUE: STAYING POWER PROVES TO BE LEROY'S SAVING GRACE. Burke, David A. 326
Rugby Union: BLAIR AND BERTIE FORCE PEACE CLOSER; It's last chance for settlement warns Premier. Carton, Donna 457
RUGBY UNION: BOKS FEAR THE BOOT; Montgomery sounds Jenkins warning. Jones, Huw 424
RUGBY UNION: ENGLAND KEEP 'EM GUESSING. 251
RUGBY UNION: HENRY'S HOPE IS CUP CLUE. 181
Rugby Union: Me a legend? I am just a boy from the Valleys says Neil Jenkins; NEIL PLAYS DOWN RECORD BIDS AS HE PLOTS MORE WOE FOR SPRINGBOKS. Williams, Paul 1147
Rugby Union: My world has been turned upside down; SAYS TIM RODBER. Spink, Alex 716
RUGBY UNION: PIENAAR: WALES WILL RUN BOKS CLOSE. Jones, Huw 621
Rugby Union: Sorry Scots are saved by last-gasp tries after Jekyll and Hyde show; NORTHERN FREE STATE GRIFFONS 24 SCOTLAND 38. 547
Rugby Union: Swansea get it tough in European Cup draw. Williams, Paul 192
Rugby Union: Tim Out To End Slam Hell. Spink, Alex 301
Rugby Union: Ulster get it tough in Euro draw. Scully, Michael 315
Rugby Union: Ulster get it tough in Euro draw. Scully, Michael 230
RUGBY UNION: WELSH FACE BOK CUP TEST. Rees, Alun 281
Rugby: Reds bid to win friends. 106
SHARES: FTSE 100 closed up 18.7 at 6435.4. 400
Shopping: Stoneware is stunning in its simplicity, and if you rock around the high street you'll find plenty to choose from. Graafland, Amber 160
SINGER SINEAD IN RADIO ROW. Michael, Neil 218
SKYDIVE TRAGEDY OF SWEETHEARTS. McGURRAN, AIDAN 100
Snooze control. 82
Street dad gets job in trendy bar. Roberts, Brian 125
Strolling season kicks-off. 155
Sweetie sacking was fair. Tait, James 110
Sybil Ruscoe interview: People ask what could a woman possibly know aboutcricket ..but I have played so oftenin mydreams; SYBIL RUSCOE ON BECOMING THE GAME'S FIRST FEMALE TV COMMENTATOR. Kemp, Charlotte 1418
Taking a shine to the weather. Brophy, Karl 98
Tamzin Outhwaite - The spirit of my nan is still with me...she helped me get the role on EastEnders; EastEnders star Tamzin Outhwaite, recently voted the Sexiest Female in Soaps, talks to Thomas Quinn about the loss of her beloved grandmother, how she discovered true love and why she actually quite fancies Ian Beale. Beale, Ian 2052
TASTING WINE AND BEER; It was recently reported that red wines are now outselling whites in the UK for the first time, so let's celebrate this week with four great value reds... Curran, Tim 240
TDs WANT TO QUIZ SHEEDY JUDGES; Justice group hits out over silence. Brophy, Karl 251
Teachers' Irish exam scrapped. 129
TEARS FOR RACHAEL, 11. Pope, Philip 209
TEARS OF LOVE FOR A HUMBLE HOLY MAN. 750
TEARS OF LOVE FOR A HUMBLE HOLY MAN. 963
Tennis: Wimbledon 99 - Brat back with his old magic. Walters, Mike 80
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - COME IN No 595, SORRY BUT YOUR TIME IS UP. Kelly, Des 709
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - COURIER DELIVERS. 231
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - HOT STEFFI MARCHES ON. 175
Tennis: Wimbledon 99 - It's all things Brit and beautiful for Greg and Tim; DUO STORM INTO LAST 16. Tennis, Kevin Garside 822
Tennis: Wimbledon 99 - It's all things Brit and beautiful for hero Henman; TIM STORMS INTO LAST 16. Tennis, Kevin Garside 870
Tennis: Wimbledon 99 - It's that old Brat magic. Walters, Mike 277
Tennis: Wimbledon 99 - Mark is a hard man to beat. 258
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - PAYBACK TIM; Henman vows to avenge Cup loss to Courier. Cross, John 393
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - PAYBACK TIM; Henman vows to avenge Davis Cup defeat by Courier. Cross, John 507
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - PAYBACK TIM; Henman vows to avenge Davis Cup defeat by Courier. Cross, John 580
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - PETE'S VICTIM JUST ANOTHER POOR SAP. Kelly, Des 709
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - SELES RUNS OUT OF LUC. 197
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - VENUS REALLY HAS IT TAPED. Armstrong, Jeremy 288
Tennis: Wimbledon 99 - Venus will make it pretty difficult for Anna. Cross, John 455
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 - YEV TAKES INJURY KO. Cross, John 195
TENNIS: WIMBLEDON 99 -FAN SPARKS ALERT. 168
Tennis: Wimbledon 99 Diary - Hopes of a ticket go down tube. 277
THANK YOU; Gurkha widow's joy as Blair vows to review pension. 144
The filthy pushers prey on the weak and stupid; JUDGE RAPS DRUG BARON. Roche, Barry 750
The first time I PAUL O'GRADY. Brockway, Sally 1001
The good life; A crisis put the Rooksbys on the road to self sufficiency .. they've never looked back. Dixon, Heather 750
The Impostor: Damon Hill. 508
The Killing Fields of Kosovo: Chicken dinner then whisky and Coke..to celebrate the slaughter of a hundred men; The most harrowing report yet to come out of Kosovo. Gill Swain reports on the killer cops. Swain, Gill 2260
THE LOTUS CHEATER; Conman took pounds 70,000 car for sex jaunt. Mcgurran, Aidan 221
The next royal wedding?; FRIENDS TALK OF REMARRIAGE AS ANDREW AND FERGIE REKINDLE FLAMES OF LOVE. Royal, JANE KERR 1357
The Wright girl; Kate Charman - model, film star and co-host with Ian Wright of Guinness World Records - tells Phil Tulser of her TV ambitions. Tulser, Phil 565
TIPS OF THE TRADE: Our shopping trends series. This week LAWRENCE WHITE talks to Terry Brown, Group Product Manager at MFI Homeworks. White, Lawrence 164
TU-WIT, TU-WOOF; Baby barn owl is barking mad. Cameron, Stuart 415
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Modern manners; WHERE'S VIC THIS WEEK? PHUKET! HE'S IN THAILAND! Lewis-Smith, Victor 194
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Oxford English Dictionary; WHERE'S VIC THIS WEEK? PHUKET! HE'S IN THAILAND! Lewis-Smith, Victor 178
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Short cut to luxury; WHERE'S VIC THIS WEEK? PHUKET! HE'S IN THAILAND! Lewis-Smith, Victor 220
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: Tennis caught; WHERE'S VIC THIS WEEK? PHUKET! HE'S IN THAILAND! Lewis-Smith, Victor 94
Victor Lewis-Smith's column: The old school Thais..; WHERE'S VIC THIS WEEK? PHUKET! HE'S IN THAILAND! Lewis-Smith, Victor 535
Voice of The Mirror: Be fair, Mr Blair. 146
Voice of The Mirror: Stop snide attacks on BBC boss. 160
WARDENS WAGE WAR ON POSTERS. Brophy, Karl 157
Wat a stroke of luck, Tom. 128
WE ASK THE BIG GLASTONBURY QUESTION: How do you find your tent when you're stoned out of your mind?; (ANSWER: WHO CARES, MAN?). 280
We moved there: Country retreat is capital. 268
WE'RE LIVING IN SIN AND LIVING LONGER; Survey shows dramatic change in Irish values. Brophy, Barry 508
WHAT HE BOUGHT. 86
Why Roland Rat leaves the sinking Tories looking inept. Routledge, Paul 333
WIN A pounds 26,000 Lotus Elise; Taste life in the fast lane - thanks to The Mirror and Maxwell House. 428
Win a VIP trip to see British Grand Prix. 236
Win pounds 105 worth of lawn gear. 224
Win Two tickets for Meath v Offaly at Croke Park. 202
Your garden with Pippa Greenwood. Greenwood, Pippa 754
Zoe's mane attraction. Lakeman, Geoffrey 235

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