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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (August 1, 2000)

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'KNOCK' SQUAD TARGETS DODGERS. Jones, Gary 287
'KNOCK' SQUAD TARGETS DODGERS; EXCLUSIVE. Jones, Gary 298
'RACIST HELL' JAIL ORDEAL. Servini, Nick 266
[0] Agony of blunder op mum. Smith, Stuart 164
[0] SAFE SEX WARNING AS DISEASE SPREADS. Frith, Maxine 206
[0] TWO BRITISH REPS DIE IN HOLIDAY ISLE CRASH; Day off ends in tragedy. Dowdney, Mark 293
`Don't call me crazy' After trying to conceal her involuntary twitches and bizarre personal rituals for years, Amy Wilensky, 30, was finally diagnosed with Tourette's syndrome and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Here, she reveals how she copes. Main, Julie Cohen 1339
3 am REVIEW: A bit of Hall-right; JESSICA CALLAN on Jerry Hall's first night as The Graduate's Mrs Robinson. Callan, Jessica 325
3 AM: Lamarr's B&B with Tara P-T; IT GIRL AND GIT BOY MAKE A NIGHT OF IT. Callan, Jessica 347
3 AM: LIAM GALLAGHER. Callan, Jessica 115
3 AM: RUSSELL CROWE RECEIVES THE ADULATION OF THE CROWD AS HE LAUNCHES HIS ROCK CAREER.. Callan, Jessica 169
A bit of Hall-right; JERRY GRADUATES IN NUDE. Callan, Jessica 343
A pane in the neck. 103
Activist takes on Nat MSPs. Cameron, Stuart 117
Actress Sophie 'marries' gay lover. Morrison, James 236
Advice: Health monitor; Watch out, we've got our finger on the pulse. 739
Agony of blunder op mum. Smith, Stuart 164
Ann smiles again; LAUNCH JOY FOR TRAGIC TYCOON. Mackay, Caitlin 138
ARMY SPY POST KNOCKED DOWN; Peace ends role of base. Clements, Jon 402
Arson attack condemned. Jackson, George 148
Athletics: Scot's bid for Sydney. 88
BARCLAYS NET GLITCH HITS 1m. Reilly, Kevan 305
Beauty: Spot the difference. 96
Beauty: Steal the star look; How to get Liz Hurley's cover girl allure. 274
BLAIR SNAPS; PM bans holiday photographs as he comes under fire from Tories. Macmahon, Peter 323
BLUNDER OP GIRL'S pounds 3m WIN; But docs won't take the blame. Mcmillan, Dave 282
Body armour saves PC's life. Williams, Brendon 211
BOOST FOR MO CRUSADE. Macmahon, Peter 158
BOOST FOR MO'S CRUSADE. Macmahon, Peter 162
Britain's pounds 50bn growth industry .. crime; JOHN STALKER ON THE EPIDEMIC OF ORGANISED LAWLESSNESS AND WHY WE WILL NEED AN FBI. Stalker, John 1134
Brutal exit of TV Bill heartthrob; EXCLUSIVE. Scott, James 151
Brute tore wife's ear to shreds. 156
Calls to scrap Concorde. Dowdney, Mark 110
Caprice's secrets: Gold diggers; Beauty has gone 24-carat mad, so join the rush and get gilty - it'll make you feel sunshiny inside, no matter what the weather. Nichols, Caprice/As Told To Virginia 839
Castle set to take on world tour. 157
Cerys says farewell to guitar man; STAR MOURNS HER PAL. Williams, Brendon 202
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: A BOBBY DAZZLER. Catchpole, Charlie 229
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: FOWLER PLAY IN SQUARE. Catchpole, Charlie 145
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: Pubic enemy number one.. Catchpole, Charlie 103
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: Stone-wage Weatherfield. Catchpole, Charlie 102
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: This was C4's slimiest hour.. Catchpole, Charlie 631
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: WIZARD of OZZY. Catchpole, Charlie 306
Club gunman wounds nine. 125
COUNCIL HQ ROCKED BY FOURTH SUICIDE. Cameron, Stuart 188
Cricket: MATT BEHIND THE STUMPS. Williams, Paul 216
Cricket: Ton-up Athers ready to tame speed demons. Rogers, Martin 830
Crime figures to leap 24pc. Blackman, Oonagh 115
CROCODILE ROCK. Smith, Nikki 131
Dear Gerrie: Birth is just the start. Esau, Gerrie 133
Dear Gerrie: Kosovo comfort; FORCES PENPALS. Esau, Gerrie 81
Dear Gerrie: Nightmare on the line. Esau, Gerrie 303
DOC SAID I WAS NOT TO DISCUSS IT WITH ANYONE; Tearful mum tells of breast op blunder. Tait, James 374
Dress parade: Six weddings; and a changing room; Saying `Yes' to Mr Right is just the beginning - next you've got to find the dress. In a very Muriel's Wedding kind of way, we hung about the dressing room at London's Virgin Bride and met six women on the shopping spree of their lives. Weinberger, Laurence 1695
DRIVERS' PETROL BOYCOTT. Consumer, Tracey Harrison 133
Drug plea as boy, 20 dies on E. Clay, Alistair 220
Drugged up driver rumbled. Ramsay, Heather 143
Eileen: Cops are closing in. 84
FASHION: UNDRESSED TO KILL; For the hottest sex appeal, it's what you wear underneath that counts. 160
FINE FOR BOVRIL ATTACK. Cameron, Stuart 245
Food: look out for... 221
Food: Quick fix Triple tapas Serves 4. 176
Football: Bad boy blasted. 136
Football: Baggies Toulouse McInnes. 221
Football: Banks: We knew vote was lost. Lewis, Darren 159
Football: Bergy: We won't miss Barca pair. 143
Football: Blues rave from the Gravesen; Preston 0 Everton 5. 247
Football: BOHEMIANS BOSS WANTS TO BORROW SOME SCOTS. Morgan, John 449
Football: Bonetti: My strikers are Jaun Fab duo. Gordon, Tim 335
Football: Bosnich set to sign deal. Baillie, Michael 243
Football: BOZY EAGER TO BITE AT PARKHEAD BAIT; Mark lured by Celts fans. Mcleod, Sam 631
Football: BRIDGE DEAL. 166
Football: Charles out of Swans youth job. Wade, Ben 121
Football: DOOLIN RETURN TO BOOST SHELS HOPES; And McCarthy injury all clear keeps boss upbeat. Scully, Michael 444
Football: EBBE'S JESS DESPERATE. West, Lee 290
Football: Fletcher goes out of Toon. 252
Football: Franck's a lot - we're so grateful SAYS HIBS' ANTTI NIEMI. Ross, Kenny 542
Football: Freddie and his dreams bail out of Toon. West, Lee 467
Football: GINOLA: THE BACKLASH; 'Kidnap' of hero will anger fans. Dillon, John 545
Football: GINOLA: THE BACKLASH; EXCLUSIVE: CHRIS WADDLE - Graham faces a revolt if the entertainment ends. Waddle, Chris 788
Football: GLENTORAN FACE NIXON EXIT AFTER 'MESS' IN OVAL OFFICE. Mcgreevy, Alex 445
Football: GRIM FOR RIEPER. Weir, Stewart 195
Football: HIBS TARGET ZITELLI. Mcleod, Sam 310
Football: Luton trial costs Cork. 81
Football: NEIL AND STAY; Murray knocks back pounds 4m bid for McCann. Baillie, Michael 475
Football: New boy Cort's on the mark. 262
Football: No panic by Danes. 115
Football: O'Byrne buys time on costs. 229
Football: Of all the clubs in all the world he wants to walk into one of ours . . Dillon, John 322
Football: Offer for Hughes. 169
Football: PORTS DENIED BY LATE STRIKE; PORTADOWN 0 LEICESTER CITY 1. 361
FOOTBALL: PRICELESS; Even pounds 50m would not tempt us to part with wonder kid Kewell says Leeds boss. Maddock, David 625
Football: PRICELESS; O'Leary: We wouldn't sell Kewell for pounds 50m. Maddock, David 608
Football: Robbie's an instant Italian hit. Moore, David 156
Football: Stroll for Hammers. 219
Football: TIME FOR SPURS TO DELIVER. Rogers, Martin 328
Football: WELL-COME BACK TO REALITY; Stunned Steelmen are sent crashing back Dun to earth. Baillie, Michael 577
Football: Win season tickets to every 3rd Division club; THE GREATEST FOOTBALL GIVEAWAY EVER. 319
Football: ZENDEN OUT AN SOS; Spurs plan move for Barca ace after rift over Ginola. Lewis, Darren 431
Four killed in Oz car horror. Thorne, Frank 119
Fusco case put on hold. 88
GAA: COLEMAN MAY BE MIDLANDS BOUND; Ex-Derry boss in line for vacant Westmeath hot-seat. Keys, Colm 806
GAA: Oh brothers, it's a record. 89
GANGLAND LEGACY OF BLOOD: City is braced for war after hit on Billy. 323
GANGLAND LEGACY OF BLOOD: THE SINS OF THE FATHER. Kane, Patricia 899
Garda in taxi fraud is jailed. Doyle, Michael 211
Gas gang rob driver. O'Reilly, Rita 134
GAYS WELCOME EURO SEX CASE JUDGMENT. Salmon, Lisa 201
GLITCH SHUTS ONLINE BANK. Reilly, Kevan 294
GOLF: SAM CAN MAKE HIS OWN MARK ON CUP. Stenson, Tony 325
Golf: Win a super day at Masters. 237
GREAT DEAL: FREE delicious starter or pudding when you buy a main course. 200
GREEN LIGHT FOR METRO. Lee, John 146
Gun dad 'aimed at police'. Lakeman, Geoffrey 159
Haughey son tax demand. 107
Health: `Tell me about your mother...' Do you think visiting a shrink will mean spending years, and a Lottery-sized fortune, exploring your childhood? Think again. Here are five types of therapy that work fast, so you get good results without busting the bank. Michele Kirsh reports. Kirsh, Michele 960
Health: Melinda's shape-up plan: part six; Melinda kicks off her Jimmy Choos and gets down for a spot of corset muscle building (don't worry, we'll explain). Welch, Tricia 724
Health: MOT your body. 724
HOLIDAY TERROR FLIGHT: SCARES IN THE AIR. O'Donovan, Deirdre 143
HOLIDAY TERROR FLIGHT: WE'LL NEVER FLY AGAIN; There were three loud bangs, the lights went out and the plane went into a dive. I thought we'd all die. Flanagan, Pat 1081
HORROR OF PARACHUTE DEATH FALL; Pals see Pte plunge 5,000ft. Kelleher, Lynne 327
Hunt for nuke clean up firms. Mackay, Caitlin 111
HYMN-U-LIKE; OUT: Little yellow children praying to their idols OUT: Pagans .. and the blackest negroes 'May the Indian, the barbarian, the black negro come in hosts to wonder the divine conquest' O'r Thou Lonely Hills of Darkness by William Williams. Nuwar, Sara 251
I CONFESS: This week, men tell us what they think about older women... Eckersley, Jill 581
I know I was just 13, but having a baby saved my life; SHOCKING STORY OF TEEN WHO PLANNED HER PREGNANCY. Davies, Barbara 1097
I STREAKED FOR MY BRAVE EMMA; Brian in dash for cousin's Lourdes trip. O'Connor, Margaret 239
I streaked so Emma could go to Lourdes; CARING BRIAN BARED ALL TO HELP LITTLE COUSIN. O'Connor, Margaret 1575
I'd bar the breast feed MPs. Cordon, Gavin 141
I'LL JACKET IN TO CUT DIVORCE BILL; Shop boss slashes prices to avoid pay-out. Tait, James 316
I'M NOT AN OIL ATTACK BULLY. Davidson, Fiona 292
I'M STEEL GOING TO WORK; pounds 4M winner goes in for shift. Servini, Nick 461
ILLEGAL GUN HOARDER WAS 'HEARING VOICES' He told cops of fears. Banks, Ken 209
Interiors: Makeover: '60s chic; Ever fancied yourself as a bit of a Nancy Sinatra or Dusty Springfield? Good. Because we're going to show you how to turn your living room into the last word in retro '60s kitsch. Groovy. 472
Interiors: Q&A. Kirsh, Michele 437
Interview: Craig David - Council estate superstar; Craig tells The Mirror how he became UK's No 1. Ridley, Jane; Raymond, Clare 998
Interview: Mary Nightingale - I feel like having a sign that says 'Yes .. I DO wear knickers actually' MARY NIGHTINGALE ON THAT FLASH AND HER TV FUTURE. Smith, Christine 1378
Irish Mirror Comment: Greed fuels motor costs. 220
Irish Mirror Comment: Scare travel. 106
kelly's i; KEEPING YOU UP TO SPEED ON THE NET. Kelly, Matt 561
Last Night's View: Fair cop? No, it was a fit up. Purnell, Tony 343
Lecturer gets pounds 10k court bill. 133
Lifer loses bid to father child. Shaw, Adrian 137
LIFER LOSES FATHER BID. 87
Male shot; This week, would you believe it, Bill has a rant about so-called feminist anthems. Borrows, Bill 514
Man in court charged with Maria murder. O'Donovan, Deirdre 150
Men and sex: Men and their reading habits. McArtur, Roshan 496
Men and sex: What does this man say to women? 158
Men have biological clock too. Shaw, Adrian 170
Milestone for pedal boat man. Court, Chris 110
Missing man legally dead. 145
MOTOR RACING: FRANK'S DESTRUCT BUTTON. Derby, Michael 257
Motor Racing: Is it time to switch off Murray's motor? Catchpole, Charlie; Hart, Dominic 939
Nissan in PM jobs warning. Blackman, Oonagh 112
NO HOPES FOR YACHT. 116
NOWHERE TO RUN; King Scum's girl caught after fleeing Mountjoy. Tallant, Nicola 654
Officers may face fire probe. Mackay, Caitlin 152
Opening shot; Ooh, sex fantasies. Does the real thing ever live up to your feverish expectations? Sawyer, Miranda 443
OUR ALTERNATIVE HEALTH PANEL. 420
Overload in rough justice. Tait, James 149
Perfect form with George. Millar, Sharon 98
POLICE BINNED CLOTHES OF CUSTODY-DEATH DAD; EXCLUSIVE: Inquest told of arrest at hospital. Dennis, Steve 389
Posh looks Becker; SMILING STAR'S GLOWING NEW STYLE. Scott, James 194
pounds 7.5m QUEEN OF SEX; Madam Josie, 64 escapes prison but faces losing riches. Bain, Charlie 1200
PRICE WAR BREAKING OUT AT PETROL PUMPS; Drivers urged to find best value stations to fill up. Lee, John 684
PRIEST 'STOLE OAP'S pounds 30K'. Roughley, Lynda 211
PRINCE OF RIDES; Jet-skiing Andrew rules the waves. Kerr, Jane 156
Product debunk What's all the fuss about... bust firmers? 232
PUNTERS TO SPLASH pounds 14M AT GALWAY. Young, Caoimhe 559
Racing: 'Glorious' Causeway all set for Goodwood. Kinane, Mick 527
Racing: GOLDEN WIN: THAT'S A FACT. 348
Racing: MONTJEU FAVOURITE FOR CLASH OF TITANS. Mitchell, Dave 521
Racing: O'BRIEN CONFIRMS BID FOR CHAMPAGNE CELEBRATION. 312
Racing: ROSSELLI'S HOT; Berry sprinter looks ready to land top prize. Judge, Chris 258
RACIST DRUNK BEATS UP GERMAN TOURIST; No-one lifted a hand to help Christian, 29. Foxe, Ken 359
Readers' Letters: Dear Gerrie. 995
Real Lives: How well do you two know each other? Greenaway, Naomi 683
Rugby League: End for Wigan. Burke, David A. 123
Rugby League: Frank's big deal. Burke, David A. 122
Rugby Union: A Little way to go yet. O'Brien, Jim 208
Rugby Union: I'll pick Pontypool from off the floor..; MARKETING MAN'S VOW. Wade, Ben 637
Rugby Union: Little joins Wallabies' walkabout. 182
Rugby Union: Sinkinson could be in Henry's squad for Lions tour. Williams, Paul 457
SAFE SEX WARNING AS DISEASE SPREADS. Frith, Maxine 202
Sam set to win over US. 89
SARAH MAN HELD AGAIN; Swoop after 'new lead'. Arnold, Harry 642
SCOTS ARE STINGIEST. 88
Secrets of the airbrush; PERFECT - THANKS TO MOUSE MAGIC. Raymond, Clare 443
Sex clinic; Dr Catherine Hood, 31, advises on sexual health matters at clinics in south-east England. Hood, Dr Catherine 725
SLURRYFIELD; Gig ban calls after Oasis fans used city as a toilet. Mackay, Caitlin 401
Sophie 'marries' gay lover. Morrison, James 149
Star challenge: Geek or goddess. 119
Star challenge: Hanging on the telephone with... Caryn Franklin. 721
Star challenge: Jesus! Those sandals... 423
Stop our children playing Russian roulette with E; MUM'S DRUG PLEA AFTER SON DIES. Clay, Alistair 472
Store trawlers: Night and day; You may or may not be delighted to hear that the '80s look is back. Either way, it's great news for girls who work hard and party harder. Davies, Amber Graafland /Erica 368
Strong pounds hits tour top spots. Woodman, Peter 155
SUZY in the CITY: BITTER BILL TO SWALLOW. Jagger, Suzy 111
SUZY in the CITY: Expert help to e-ase in Net. Jagger, Suzy 157
SUZY in the CITY: Gas deal at the double. Jagger, Suzy 125
SUZY in the CITY: In the First place. Jagger, Suzy 105
SUZY in the CITY: Market Movers. Jagger, Suzy 202
SUZY in the CITY: Rumble In The Jungle. Jagger, Suzy 157
SUZY in the CITY: TIPS OF THE DAY - Buy Buy. Jagger, Suzy 310
SUZY in the CITY: TIPS OF THE DAY - Sell Sell. Jagger, Suzy 159
SUZY in the CITY: Will AIB dish DIRT on tax? Parkin, Chris 224
SUZY in the CITY: Your Marjesty; Pearson queen Scardino rocks City with pounds 1.7bn deal. Jagger, Suzy 214
TEACHER IN BOOZE BASH. 103
THE DRUGBUSTER; Tsar's cops tail dealer from jail until he picks up heroin stash. Collins, Claire 376
The end: Closet confessions; Just because you're a gorge TV presenter, doesn't mean you can't wear jeans everywhere and idolise fictional TV characters. See, Josie d'Arby is just like the rest of us - well, with extra beauty and oomph and... 265
The end: You get the last word... Hill, Lucy 335
This week: You want... you need... you must have; Are you woman enough for seven days of pleasure, M-style? 975
Three loins in a fountain. Crossey, Neil 204
Tragic death toll of rave craze. Hughes, Chris 102
Tragic mum's ecstasy plea. Clay, Alistair 243
Travel: Round the clock in Cardiff; We gave Marianne Jones just one day to discover what the Welsh capital has to offer. So off she went. She ate, she drank, she saw the sights. And her verdict at the end of a packed 24 hours? Well, she decided to stay another day. Jones, Marianne 755
Travel: tour guide; BEST OF BRITISH. Williams, Gill 156
TWINCREDIBLE; 10.07am Jun 11 '65 Dad David Hutin and sister Ann were born 10.07am Jun 11 '00 David's wife beats the odds and has two boys. Williams, Brendon 276
TWINCREDIBLE; 10.07am Jun 11 '65 David Hutin and his sister Ann are born 10.07am Jun 11 '00 David's wife gives birth to twin boys. Savage, Richard 279
TWO BRITISH REPS DIE IN HOLIDAY ISLE CRASH; Day off ends in tragedy. Dowdney, Mark 305
TWO REPS DIE IN ISLE OF TRAGEDY CAR CRASH; Day off ends in horror. Lamport, Jason 302
Voice of The Mirror: Don't waste a Mo. 168
Voice of The Mirror: Go on Tony, smile for the cameras.. 281
We won't sack our Marjorie say board. Servin, Nick 204
YACHT HOPES FADE; 'Debris' reported in sea hunt for three students. Hughes, Chris 361
YOB, 18, KILLED CATHERINE, 84. Tait, James 307
Your Problems: Miriam Stoppard's advice column; THE ADVICE COLUMN YOU CAN TRUST. Stoppard, Miriam 1253

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