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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (August 8, 2000)

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'Drunk' man grounds jet. Brown, Tim 236
'PUPILS' AGONY IN SIR'S BRUTAL SIN BIN'. Servini, Nick 243
[0] He was tough and relentless yet witty, gracious and fair .. Robin was the best; SIR ROBIN DAY: DEATH OF A BROADCASTING LEGEND. Methven, Nicola 1205
`I left my husband for the woman next door'; relationships; Sharon Potter was married for nine years before she found the courage to admit she was a lesbian. Now, she lives with the woman who was her neighbour and shares custody of her three children with her husband. Robinson, Paula 1552
11 KILLED IN ROADS CARNAGE. 125
16-YEAR RIDDLE OF TWIN DEATHS. Tallant, Nicola 229
3am: Julia's delight at pregnancy. Simpson, Polly Graham/Jessica Callan/Eva 390
3am: Spices take Geri `love' with a bucket of salt.. Simpson, Polly Graham/Jessica Callan/Eva 145
A blue story; store trawlers; Smart working girls beware - don't you dare save denim for the weekend. Amber and Erica will have your guts for garters. Graafland, Amber 356
A Brit too revealing, Ms Spears. Scott, James 190
A non-PC PC guide. 140
ADVENTURE HOLIDAY HORROR: WE WILL MISS OUR CRAIG'S CHEEKY SMILE; Parents mourn their lost son. Kane, Patricia; Tibbetts, Graham 952
Body delays parade ruling. Roberts, Joe 85
Boxing: Board give Tyson time. 109
Boy, 16 loses his eye in shotgun attack. Lee, John 409
Brad broke my heart. Atkinson, Steve 145
BRITONS FACE TERROR TRIAL. Dowdney, Mark 147
Car boot body trial. Tait, James 152
Celtic Tiger still roaring. 82
Charlie Catchpole TV column. Catchpole, Charlie 1716
CHERIE WANTS TO BE QUEEN; Fury at MP slur. Morris, Nigel 223
Closet confessions; OK, picture this. You're a totally hip, up-and-coming poplet (yes you are, work with us on this one) and you decide to let us nosy beaks rifle through your wardrobe. Are you bonkers? Well no, not if all you've got to hide are gorgeous, gorgeous things that make us green with envy. Hill, Lucy 334
Club girl tragedy. Hamilton, Mike 149
Clubbers' brick row. Armstrong, Jeremy 136
Cowboys in firing line. 80
CRAIG WAS OUR CHEEKY LADDIE; Parents' sorrow as son dies in bus horror. 441
Cricket 3rd Test: Nas goes searching for run of good luck. Walters, Mike 805
CRICKET: DAZZA DOES THE HAKA! Walters, Mike 279
DAD HELD AS SON, 4, DIES IN STAB HORROR; Baby girl is also wounded. Arnold, Harry 271
Dear Gerrie: Readers Letters: Flaw in Sarah's law. Esau, Gerrie 507
Dear Gerrie: Readers' letters. Esau, Gerries 1215
Dear Gerrie: readers' letters: Battle on for miners. Esau, Gerrie 1109
Dewar returns to work. Tait, James 98
Don't let terrorist butcher Dessie O'Hare go free; ANGER AS BORDER FOX BIDS FOR EARLY 'GOOD FRIDAY' RELEASE. Tallant, Nicola 923
DOUBLE JOB LOSS FEARS. Servini, Nick 230
DRIVER FELL ASLEEP ON HIS 1st TRIP ABROAD; Horror of BB holiday death smash. Kane, Patricia; Mellor, James 192
DRUG BUST POLICE SEIZE pounds 750k HAUL. Mackay, Caitlin 213
EX-PARA,21,IN HANGING RIDDLE; Tragedy after he loses job at garage. Jasonlamport 271
FACE-SMASH PAL IS FINED. 81
FAMILY FLEES WASP ATTACK. 96
fashion; White light. 180
FIRM DENIES TOP COP LINK. 107
Food: look out for... Knox, Lucy; Richmond, Keith 286
Football: AMATEURS WILL BE MEN AGAINST BHOYS; Jeunesse still haunted by record 11-1 loss. Weir, Stewart 672
Football: BANTAMS IN BENI SWOOP; pounds 40,000-a-week Carbone in shock switch to Bradford. Mcdonnell, David 208
Football: BOLTON HAND BLINKER A LIFELINE. Macdonald, Grant 307
FOOTBALL: BOSS PLATT READY TO PULL ON HIS BOOTS. Milledge, Adrian 255
Football: BRAD TO SEE YOU'RE BACK IN TOWN, BENI; Carbone off to Bradford after snubbing Villa. Mcdonnell, David 769
Football: Burch bids to leave Celtic. Mcleod, Sam 356
Football: BUSINESS AS USUAL; Keane picks up another player of year award. Fletcher, James 265
Football: Davies: Let our refs use TV replays. Baillie, Michael 403
Football: Decision time for Lennon. Maddock, David 229
Football: Dev's four year deal. 113
Football: DIDIER TO GET DEAL. Mcleod, Sam 235
FOOTBALL: EURO 2000 FLOP WILL HAUNT ME FOREVER SAYS KEVIN KEEGAN. Rogers, Martin 483
Football: EURO BOOST FOR JENSEN AHEAD OF RANGERS VISIT; Ex-Arsenal star wins manager award. Weir, Stewart 433
Football: FANS SALUTE GAZZA AFTER WONDER GOAL. West, Lee 242
FOOTBALL: FERGIE FEARS REF CHAOS. Fletcher, James 293
Football: GERS BUNGLE BENNI BID. Baillie, Michael 313
Football: I'll Jess walk away if we don't sign up stars; SAYS ABERDEEN STALWART EOIN JESS. West, Lee 460
Football: IPSWICH TARGET LATAPY. Baillie, Michael 307
Football: JEWELL: THAT'S RICH COMING FROM HIM. West, Lee 263
Football: JORG BACKS NEW BOYS TO HELP GERS TO VICTORY. Mcleod, Sam 560
Football: LENNON CLEARS WAY FOR CELTIC SWITCH. Mcleod, Sam 758
Football: Mac recalls veteran Gray. Mcgreevy, Alex 192
Football: Niall earns less if he's on sideline. 294
Football: Penalty rule gets Cup trial. Gordon, Tim 298
Football: pounds 15m Rio for export only. 107
Football: Quigley leaves his mark and finds a home with the Gypsies. Scully, Michael 793
FOOTBALL: RIP-OFF; Keegan: It's wrong to put England on pay-per-view. Lewis, Darren 399
Football: Robbie is raring to go again. Maddock, David 310
Football: Robbie scores first for Italians. Curtis, Roy 273
Football: SHELS STAR IN FITNESS FIGHT. Morgan, John 235
Football: Sleeping sickness hits Kev. Diball, Colin 266
Football: Souness in Boro blast. 87
Football: SPARKY'S IN WORLD OF WORRY; Cup fitness race for key trio. Gorman, Ken 240
Football: STRESS OF MANAGING THE CLUBI LOVE HAS FINALLY DUN ME IN; END OF AN ERA FOR UNITED LEGEND LUGGY. Ross, Kenny 1136
Football: SWISS ROLE FOR NAPIER IN UEFA CUP. Scully, Michael 496
Football: When can I move into the job, Alex? Asks Sven Goran Eriksson. Lewis, Darren 606
Football: Why I had to pack in the game I love..; BUT PAUL SETS HEART ON TANNADICE RETURN. Mcleod, Sam 261
Football: Wiltord is Gunner be ours inside a week says Arsene Wenger. Mcdonnell, David 641
Free pop gig is too expensive. Nuwar, Sara 162
Funny, isn't it, that the most reviled footballer of his age isn't a drunk, a coke head or a wife-beater but a devoted father; THE DESCENT OF MAN: TONY PARSONS ON THE DEATH OF MASCULINITY. Parsons, Tony 1760
Fury at plan to dump Welsh Dome. Servini, Nick 361
GAA: BYRNE WINS POC FADA. Mckillop, Sean 186
GAA: CARR TO CALL ON THE SPECIALIST; Free taker Darcy could play key role. Curtis, Roy 590
GAA: SIXTH SEASON EXPECTED FOR CORK BOSS. Curtis, Roy 213
GAA: Unhappy forward to get invitation to join the Faithful's All Ireland final bandwagon. Curtis, Roy 507
Geek and geekier; This week's losers in the style stakes. 100
Going a step tattoo far... 438
Golf: Lee keen to putt it right. 98
Golf: Westwood: I can still get much better. Stenson, Tony 474
GORE PICKS CLINTON CRITIC AS POLL MATE. Foreign, Mark Dowdney 140
Hair angst. 82
HANDS-FREE MOBILES ARE SAFER; But radiation alert stands. Consumer, Tracey Harrison 278
Hanging on the telephone with... Loyd Grossman; star challenge. Interview 808
He was tough and relentless yet witty, gracious and fair .. Robin was the best; SIR ROBIN DAY: DEATH OF A BROADCASTING LEGEND. Methven, Nicola 1196
Hero dad saves family in air horror. Dowdney, Mark 255
HIDDEN IN SPACE ..A NEW PLANET EARTH. White, Stephen 254
Hit squads called in as waiting lists grow longer. Hardy, James 336
Hol firms will tell all. Woodman, Peter 120
HOME PRICE RISES FALL BY A HALF. Atherton, Mark 156
Hotel of the week: The Cadogan Hotel. 148
How can I get it right?; Beauty makeunder; Sheila Byers had spent the last 39 years as a blonde - until the fateful day she met the M Team. Welch, Tricia 252
I CONFESS; men and sex; Men - the models of discretion - reveal how much they tell their mates about their sex life... 576
I have been at Guinness all my life but I don't think I'll ever drink a drop again; BREWERY WORKERS SPEAK OF THEIR ANGUISH OVER LOSING 'JOBS FOR LIFE'. O'Donovan, Deirdre 1324
I will never come home to live in Ireland..it's full of a***holes; BOYZ STAR STIRS UP A STORM BY SLATING IRISH. Hamilton, Sean 884
Irish Mirror Comment: PRIEST DENIES THEFT. Roughley, Lynda 260
Irish Mirror Comment: Stop carnage. 116
Irish Mirror Comment: Will Shane never learn? 165
Is the British weather making you ill?; Our bodies are programmed to respond to the sun, so when skies stay grey for months on end - like this summer, for example - irritation can turn to real depression. Try our quiz to see if your symptoms are serious. Craig-Hall, Araminta 1098
IT WAS DRIVER'S FIRST EURO TRIP; Death crash probe into claims he fell asleep. 439
It's Fergie..the sand dance kid. Fraser, Christian 169
JARGON LOSES BUZZ; Exec-speak is trendy waffle. Consumer, Tracey Harrison 223
Kelly s' i. Kelly, Matt 489
Labour lead Nats in poll. Ramsay, Heather 172
Last night's view: Tinsel turns out to be just tacky. Purnell, Tony 346
LONELY SURVIVOR; Pet boxer Brandy saved from the house of horrors. 447
Magazine deal fears. 132
Male shot; A man's eye view, from the editor- at-large of Maxim. Borrows, Bill 480
Melinda's; shape-up plan: part seven; Melinda decides it's time to play ball - Swiss Ball that is. The latest workout craze is perfect for new mums trying to get fit. Welch, Tricia 872
MEN and the telly. McArthur, Roshan 649
MI5 SPY SHAYLER IS BACK TO FACE JUSTICE; 'Deal' will end his 3-year exile. Armstrong, Jeremy 352
MI5 spy to end exile. Armstrong, Jeremy 105
Morgan gets a head. Nuwar, Sara 103
MUM TOLD SON, 16, HAS DIED AS SHE GIVES BIRTH; Joy turns to agony as midwife gives parents the tragic news. Mackay, Caitlin 401
MUM'S LONG WALK TO BURY HER BABY; She made 2-mile trek to lonely Kerry beach. Foxe, Ken 603
MURDER BY FIRE; Inferno which killed 3 women was arson. Chaytor, Rod 279
My sex CV. Gibbins, Nathalie 152
OAPs march for free care. Cameron, Stuart 158
Opening shot; Miranda recaps on our summer of sporting hell and asks if we'll ever be good at anything... and the answer is YES. Sawyer, Miranda 441
OUR HOME IS A CAR; Working couple can't afford house in booming property market. Dolan, Andy 419
Our woman in Havana; Repressive communist dictatorship or unspoilt tropical paradise? Marie Lunn goes in search of the real Cuba, visiting four destinations on the Caribbean's biggest island - and is charmed by what she finds. Lunn, Marie 823
Outrage at sexy video of 'Diana'. 100
Party time: How the stars spend their Saturday nights; Is life all opening nights and fancy parties when you're famous? We join Britt Ekland, Penny Smith and Donna Air to find out if celebs really do have more fun... 2277
pounds 1bn call for road repairs. Mackay, Caitlin 161
pounds 3.7m war on divorce. 85
pounds 750,000 FOR 11 LOST YEARS; Man's compensation for jail blunder. Williams, Brendon 451
Prescott fury at site deaths. Manning, Clinton 166
Product debunk What's all the fuss about... anti-cellulite pills? Welch, Tricia 265
Quick fix Citrus-grilled salmon salad Serves 4. Knox, Lucy; Richmond, Keith 180
Racing: IT'S A PEACH FOR DERMOT; Weld breaks Irish record. O'Hehir, Peter 290
RACING: KEEGAN'S MAGIC CALL; French ace to strike first. Fawcus, Charles 361
Racing: Weld record. 85
RAPE VICTIMS SPARED COURT QUIZ BY ACCUSED. Fisher, Lorraine 185
Rapists' legal gag. 138
Rescue bid is sunk. Tait, James 171
Ropey Ruth's record. O'Conno, Margaret 138
RUC make republican arms haul. Clements, Jon 155
Rugby League: ANDY FACES DOUBLE RAP. Burke, David A. 196
Rugby Union: WALES SEEK CUP SEEDING BOOST. Williams, Paul 381
Rugby Union: WALKER SPRINTS CLEAR IN HEAD BOY JOB RACE; Nigel ready to guide stars on and off field. Wade, Ben 612
Russians in metro bid. 81
SARAH PARENTS' FURY OVER BOATENG SNUB; `We won't let you ignore us'. 351
SARONG FIREBALL; Fancy dress horror as hubby's costume bursts into flames. Tait, James 356
SAS SNUB GUNS THAT GO WRONG IN BATTLE. Morris, Nigel 160
Sex clinic. Hood, Dr Catherine 423
SHAME ON YOU SHANE; Boyz star's foul-mouthed attack on Ireland. Hamilton, Sean 166
Sharp end of equality. Woodman, Peter 140
SHE WAS A BONNY BABY.. TAKE A LOOK AT HER NOW; Queen Shirley wins 21 years after tot prize. Mcgarvey, Eoin 514
Showers your legs; WEATHERGIRL ANDREA JOINS CHORUS LINE. Methven, Nicola 292
Sick death row toy. Key, Ivor 140
SIR ALEC GUINNESS: DEATH OF A FILM LEGEND: A GREAT CHARACTER; Tributes pour in to man with a thousand faces. Davies, Barbara 658
SIR ALEC GUINNESS: DEATH OF A FILM LEGEND: MICHAEL WINNER salutes a comic genius as brilliant as Chaplin, Lloyd and Keaton. Winner, Michael 427
SIR ALEC GUINNESS: DEATH OF A FILM LEGEND: Then there was John.. Davies, Barbara 299
Sir Robin Day: Michael Buerk tells of inquisitor who broke the TV mould; SIR ROBIN DAY: DEATH OF A BROADCASTING LEGEND. Buerk, Michael 477
Spot the difference. Welch, Tricia 96
Stag night stab horror. 136
Steal the star look; How to get Joely Richardson's serious sex appeal. Welch, Tricia 226
STUDENTS POISONED BY DESSERT. Jackson, George 145
Summer lifesavers; Caprice's secrets; OD'd on UV on your hols? Chill out, I'll turn you from a frazzled lobster into a bronzed lovely. Nichols, Virginia 969
SURF BAWD; Britney pops out. Scott, James 135
Suzy in the City: Flash Geezer. Jagger, Suzy 113
Suzy in the City: Flighting talk; VIRGIN SHOWS BA THE WAY. Jagger, Suzy 264
Suzy in the City: Market movers. Jagger, Suzy 199
Suzy in the City: Rumble in the jungle. Jagger, Suzy 288
Suzy in the City: Share prices. Jagger, Suzy 1011
Suzy in the City: Tips of the day -Buy! Buy! Jagger, Suzy 163
Suzy in the City: Tips of the day -Sell! Sell! Jagger, Suzy 154
Swinney spells out plans. 107
TAP'S EAU SO TASTY; It beats costly bottled, say experts. Consumer, Tracey Harrison 239
TEARS CAN TELL DOCS IF WE'VE GOT CANCER; Student's amazing discovery. Thorne, Frank 313
TEARS HELP MEDICS FIND KILLER CANCERS. Thorne, Frank 216
Ten abortions in a lifetime Where men refuse to wear condoms; Poverty, ignorance and sexist attitudes combine to make Russia the abortion capital of the world. Millions of pregnancies are terminated every year and many women endure the traumatic experience time after time. Thomas, Ian 1608
Test tube quads are 9. Kelleher, Lynne 344
The hair doctor's clinic with British Hairdresser of the Year, Umberto Giannini. Giannini, Umberto 262
The look: beach house; And how to get it: old-fashioned florals, simple wooden furnishings, and shades of blue - all you need now is a gentle sea breeze. Now, what happened to that vodka? 264
This week; You want... you need... you must have; Nothing to do? Shame on you... (we're a poet and... oh, shut up!). 804
TOP CADET HAD pounds 30k OF DRUGS. Lumsden, Susan 150
TOP OF THE WORLD; Ireland in bid for UN security hot seat. Flanagan, Pat 510
tour guide; CARIBBEAN COCKTAILS. 219
Vincent was scared of cows and snakes ..but he was a right rebel. He threatened to burn the school down in his first week; OH, AND HE WAS ACE AT FOOTBALL, TOO. Merrett, Jo 1414
Vipond to drum up interest in TV match. Tait, James 233
Voice of the Mirror: Don't miss chance for better safety. 255
Voice of The Mirror: Kremlin can stop Serbs' terror sham. 257
Voice of the Mirror: Millennium mad. 99
Voice of The Mirror: Unhealthy delay. 84
What does this man say to women? 176
WHO DOES SHANE LYNCH THINK HE IS?; BOYZ STAR STIRS UP A STORM BY SLATING IRISH. O'Connor, Margaret 434
You get the last word... A tiny selection from our huge mailbag. 316
Your problems: Miriam Stoppard advice column. Stoppard, Dr Miriam 1198

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