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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (July 11, 2000)

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'Haunted' memories of Hillsbro cop chief. Dennis, Steve 337
'No justice' for mum of slain youth. 168
[1] Dear Jo: Readers' Letters. 1072
[2] GUNMAN KILLS TWO AND HANGS HIMSELF. Kelly, John 213
3am: DADDY'S GIRL. Callan, Jessica 96
3am: Gay old night for Barrymore. Callan, Jessica 99
3am: Jealous Jules has a bangin' night out; DJ DECKS DANCER. Callan, Jessica 375
3am: Patrick pushes the boat out. Callan, Jessica 103
A Bit Of A Do: `We spent pounds 800 on our wedding'; `We spent pounds 40,000 on ours' Two vastly different budgets. Two equally special celebrations. Here, two brides tell how, for richer and for poorer, they had the wedding of their dreams. D'Alessio, Vittoria 1820
A twistory lesson from Hollywood; NOW YANKS PORTRAY US AS CHILD-KILLERS. Merrett, Jo; Purcell, Steve 778
Advice: Sex clinic. 541
Agony of fire boy's parents. Hardy, Jim 248
Anti-sleaze pact made. 100
ARE YOU DYING FOR A TAN?; 8,000 new cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year in Ireland. O'Connor, Margaret 1498
Athletics: Catherina's dream of Olympic glory ends in heartache; NIGGLING INJURIES LEAD TO AGONISING DECISION. Scully, Michael 683
Athletics: JACKSON'S EURO KO. 102
Badge row OAP fined. 192
BBC axe for Wales. Methven, Nicola 142
BEAST TO BE FREED IN A YEAR; Anger at baby attack ruling. Flanagan, Pat 330
Beauty makeunder: How can I get it right?; With a big birthday looming, Sue Allen wants to roll back the years. Sounds like a job for the M team. Allen, Sue 300
Beauty: Product debunk What's all the fuss about... summer's new eyeshadows? Welch, Tricia 403
Beauty: Steal the star look; How to get Sadie Frost's sexy confidence. Welch, Tricia 242
Bill Burrows: Male shot; A man's- eye view, from the editor-at- large of Loaded. Burrows, Bill 538
Bill Giles stalker is locked up again. Savage, Richard 217
Blair comes out fighting. Morris, Nigel 162
Blair plans a showdown; THE FIGHTBACK. Morris, Nigel 197
BLOOD CHIEFS WERE 'ONLY AFTER MONEY'. Leslie, Neil 147
Bosses blast delay on euro. Hardy, James 166
BOTTOM OF THE CANCER CASH LEAGUE; Scots patients have less chance of survival than Europeans or Yanks. Tibbetts, Graham 890
Boxing: LEWIS IN SHADOW OF TYSON. Dillon, John 268
BRAIN OP DAD'S TAXI FURY. Roberts, Brian 92
Bus link to pub hours. 91
Caprice's secrets: The wet, wet, wet workout; There's nothing like an invigorating shower to start the day, but add a few extra steps to your routine and you'll not only be clean and cool, but gorgeously toned and glowing, too. All in five easy steps... Nichols, As Told To Virginia 977
Care kids sex probe. Merrick, Jane 130
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: A double Bill for Burnside. Catchpole, Charlie 367
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: A Many Splintered Thing. Catchpole, Charlie 113
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: ALLY IS NO BIG McDEAL. Catchpole, Charlie 287
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: CAFE FARE BORDERS ON INEDIBLE. Catchpole, Charlie 220
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: Just Go.. NOW! Catchpole, Charlie 142
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: Ken's cart Blanche. Catchpole, Charlie 103
Charlie Catchpole's TV column: SURELY THEY'RE KIDDING. Catchpole, Charlie 189
Charlie's bone marrow battle. Lee, John 316
Clydach murders: YOU HAVE YOUR SAY. 511
Comment: End plight of the homeless. 173
Comment: No sex refund. 83
Cops 'stole raid drugs'. 183
Cricket: HUSSAIN HAPPY TO HAVE BATMAN FLYING TO RESCUE. Walters, Mike 200
Cricket: Ref Reid in 'biased' row. 80
Curry thugs taken away. Williams, Brendon 231
Dad dies for son, 19. Dowdney, Mark 132
Day 2: I'm not bitter..but when Glenn started dating he could at least have picked someone I didn't know; DAY 2 ANNE HODDLE'S HURT OVER HER HUSBAND'S LOVE CONFESSION. Ridley, Jane 1745
Dear Jo: Readers Letters. Dipple, Jo 435
DOCTOR DEVIANT; Eight years for kinky GP in sex survey con. Chaytor, Rod 337
DRUMCREE PARADE CRISIS: MOBS BRING NORTH TO ITS KNEES; Orange protest chaos. Prince, Rosa; Oliver, Ted 880
DRUMCREE PARADE CRISIS: MOBS BRING NORTH TO ITS KNEES; Riots follow protests. Prince, Rosa; Oliver, Ted 882
E death of rave man. Roberts, Brian 197
Ear biter is feeling 'fine'. 185
Education: Work at the highest level. Garner, Richard 336
Escape from the ghettos; `Why we ran away from a living hell' Behind the controversy over gypsy asylum seekers are heartbreaking stories of families torn apart. Here, three Czech gypsy women reveal how racism forced them and their loved ones to flee for their lives. McConville, Brigid 2207
Even Tiger can get lost in the Woods; STARS TURN OUT FOR JP'S CHARITY DRIVE. Lee, John 332
EXCLUSIVE: ANNE HODDLE ON HER MARRIAGE SPLIT; There wasn't any discussion, any warning, Glenn just said it was all over . . I felt shell-shocked. Ridley, Jane 1668
Fashion: Denim Denim. 129
Financial Mirror : CHARLIE TANGOED. Manning, Clinton 84
Financial Mirror : CIDER'S ROSY. Manning, Clinton 100
Financial Mirror : CINEMAS IN PRICE WAR. Manning, Clinton 158
Financial Mirror : MIRROR TOP 100 SHARES:FTSE index closed down 31.3 at 6466.2HOLIDAY pounds. Manning, Clinton 506
Financial Mirror : pounds 100m PACESETTER; Digital boss sparks share slump. Manning, Clinton 231
Financial Mirror : Put the boot in at work. Manning, Clinton 89
Financial Mirror: CHARLIE UNDER FIRE; Finance Minister prepared for more bad inflation news. Parkin, Chris 252
Financial Mirror: Computer gets little credit. 91
Financial Mirror: Dublin prices. 530
Financial Mirror: JOBS HAT-TRICK POPS THE CORK. Bird, Simon 140
Financial Mirror: Kostalmotor works in gear. 165
Financial Mirror: Mary's alive 'n' clicking. 114
Financial Mirror: MOBILE MANIA BRINGS BUDGET BOOM. 89
Flood hits pounds 32m Tate. 179
Food: Look out for... The Great M cocktail sesh. Knox, Lucy; Richmond, Keith 424
Food: Quick fix Lime-glazed prawns Serves 4. Knox, Lucy; Richmond, Keith 182
Football: Allardyce boys let off lightly. Nixon, Alan 183
Football: AMO ON WAY OUT. 113
Football: Belgians want Ger link-up. Baillie, Michael 298
Football: BILLY'S SAFE WITH ME VOWS HAMMAM. Gorman, Ken 418
Football: Charlton's pounds 2.5m bid a Don deal. Nixon, Alan 175
Football: Chelsea was hell but now Sutton's ready to find his form in Paradise. Mcleod, Sam 814
Football: CHRIS: I'M GLAD I AM WORTH LESS. Haggerty, Anthony 490
Football: CROCK LIST GROWS AT PITTODRIE. Ross, Kenny 375
Football: Everton get pounds 4.5m Alex. Nixon, Alan 475
Football: EYAL PROVE I WAS RIGHT TO TURN DOWN TURKISH OFFER. Mcleod, Sam 574
Football: GIO GETS SET FOR CELT WAR. 279
Football: GREGORY: I'LL SIGN GINOLA. Rogers, Steve 256
Football: HEARTS FANS IN FUNDS FURY. Ross, Kenny 472
Football: HORSE: I'LL SHOW JEAN. 145
Football: I DID IT MY WAY; Disgraced Dempsey kept it in the family as he sang Sinatra hit just before vote. Lewis, Darren 853
Football: I'M GLAD I'M ONLY WORTH pounds 6m NOW; Chelsea flop Sutton checks in at Celtic and claims pressure's off. Mcleod, Sam 439
Football: IMAGINE LENNON AT BORO. Nixon, Alan 246
Football: Inter chief: Mirror right on Scholes. Harris, Harry; Fletcher, James 310
Football: Nic homes in for pounds 20m. Fletcher, James 393
Football: Nyarko to fit the bill for Smith. Nixon, Alan 188
Football: RANGERS RON RIGHT TRACK; De Boer tips SPL kings for Euro run. Baillie, Michael 1030
Football: ROBBO IN pounds 6.5M LENNON BID; Boro join hunt for Leicester midfielder. 640
Football: SPARKY'S UP FOR THE CUP; Hughes sets his sights on final chance in Cardiff. Stephens, Hugh; Gorman, Ken 656
Football: Swansea rage over 'poaching'. 159
Football: TINKLER: MY HELL IN TEAR GAS RIOT. West, Lee 259
Football: USELESS!; Bates says he will not buy second-rate English stars. Dillon, John 196
Football: VIDUKA IN LEEDS HITCH. Edwards, Ian 129
Football: VILLA ARE BACK IN GINOLA CHASE. Milledge, Adrian 455
Football: WE SHOULD LIMIT THE FOREIGN LEGION TO PLAYING FIVE A SIDE. Lawrenson, Mark 327
Football: Well get Strong signing. Ross, Kenny 296
Football: Why our clubs won't buy English; BATES: THEY'RE NOT GOOD ENOUGH AND HE SHOULD KNOW, HE SIGNED SUTTON. Dillon, John 1206
Forget an island, I wouldn't share a kebab with the Castaways now; TV RON TELLS OF BITTER BUST-UP. Mellor, James 555
Freeze Louise; STAR LIFTS GLOOM FOR MUSIC FANS. Tait, James 158
Fridge gas flat rescue. 135
GAA: GAC set to discuss a new-look Railway Cup. Keys, Colm 710
GAA: MORAN TO DECIDE ON HIS FUTURE. Scully, Michael 335
GAA: Tohill ready as Marsden misses out. Mcgreevy, Alex 356
GILLIGAN TO RECEIVE GUERIN DEATH PHOTOS; Suspect in bid to boost his defence. Macdermott, Diarmaid 299
GOLD TOOTH LINK TO HI-TECH THEFT. Tait, James 159
Golf: IRISH LOVE TIGER'S 64. Stenson, Tony 104
Golf: TORRANCE MAY GO OVER JAMES ROW; Sam stands by Ryder sidekick Mark. Stenson, Tony 445
Good Valu for money. 86
GUNMAN KILLS TWO AND HANGS HIMSELF. Kelly, John 205
Hague's tax bluff called; THE U-TURN. Hardy, James 191
Has Ibiza lost its sex appeal?; EXCLUSIVE: TOO MUCH HYPE AND NO ACTION TURNS OFF REVELLERS. Leslie, Neil 836
HAVE YOU SEEN HIM? 122
Health monitor; Watch out, we've got our finger on the pulse. Kirsh, Michele 362
Health; TEN NATURAL REMEDIES; that can change your life; Can garlic really prevent cancer? And is St John's wort more effective than Prozac? Here, we look at the top ten best-selling natural treatments in Britain and see if the evidence lives up to the hype. Rosselson, Ruth 1043
HEINZ GREENZ; Ketchup goes spinach colour. Consumer, Tracey Harrison 233
How a hard-up, loving family took a risk and put Pete Sampras on the road to being tennis' greatest star; THE MAKING OF A $60M SPORTING LEGEND. 1171
Hunt for 'Sarah' man at the M6 services. Arnold, Harry 114
Hunt for girls who snatched child, 4. Roberts, Brian 543
Hurling: All-Ulster League is the future. 314
HURLING: GUINNESS ALL-IRELAND HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP - THEN THERE WERE SIX; Top men have plenty to do in the race for McCarthy Cup. Keys, Colm 1019
I almost lost the plot over Harry hit No4; JOANNE TELLS HOW NEW BOOK DROVE HER POTTERY. Savage, Richard 665
I FEEL VINDICATED; Death probe nurse stays on register. Fisher, Lorraine 312
I ONLY WANTED TO SCARE WIFE'S LOVER. Macmanus, Suzanne 202
I wasn't even aware my daughter knew Prince William. I'm as surprised as anyone; MUM KOd BY NATALIE'S BIG DATE. Kerr, Jane 345
I WILL TRAP EVIL MURDERERS; Public are still behind us says police chief in charge of the hunt. 543
Interiors: Q & A. Cook, Caroline 361
Interiors: The look: pied-a-terre. Hardie, Donna 213
IT'S A LUCKY DIP FOR BULL RUNNER. Clements, Jon 132
J K Rowling: FANS QUIZ THE AUTHOR. 308
Jean-Paul's gown and out in Paris. 105
John-Paul's gown and out in Paris. 105
kelly's i. 593
KERRY'S SEX FIEND KILLER GETS LIFE JAIL. Savage, Richard 316
LAPTOP THEFT FROM ARMY CHIEF'S MERC. Jones, Gary 237
LAST NIGHT'S VIEW : Throne in at the deep end. Purnell, Tony 340
LIST-JUMP DOC FACES BOSSES. Kane, Patricia 127
LITTERING WITHIN TENTS; Fans go to court after the arrests in park. Tait, James 271
LITTERING WITHIN TENTS; Sea of canvas is abandoned with the rubbish after mudbath festival. Ramsay, Heather 560
Ma Fagin's gang jailed. 153
Melinda's shape-up plan: part three; Getting back in shape isn't getting any easier, but new mum Melinda Messenger is hanging in there. This week, she gets a grip on her posture. Welch, Tricia 941
Men and sex: I confess - This week, first dates... Monti, Adrian 580
Men and sex: Men and their childhood memories. McArthur, Roshan 614
MERCY FOR HUBBY WHO STABBED WIFE'S LOVER; Jealous knifeman freed. Mackay, Caitlin 257
MONSTER; Hunt for man who drugged and raped schoolgirl aged 14. Foxe, Ken 418
MOTHER OF 7 DIES IN BLAZE TRYING TO SAVE HER KIDS; Boy, nine, and girl, six, dead beside her on floor. Daniels, Bill 636
Motor cycling: Mac waits. 102
Motorcycle taxi try-out. 187
MP IN ASSAULT QUIZ AFTER WIFE'S CRASH. White, Stephen 184
MY 50-MILE TERROR RIDE WITH AK47 KIDNAPPER; Hostage tells of shooting spree. Parry, Ryan; Mulchrone, Patrick 605
MYSTERY OF THE LESSER SPOTTED RON; Former Minister's odd behaviour. Starling, Paul 431
Naked thief wanted sex. 89
NO BIAS AGAINST WOMEN; Labour hits back. Starling, Paul 216
Opening shot: Miranda seems the world's least likely candidate for self-help books, but everyone can surprise us... Sawyer, Miranda 438
Our Alternative Health Panel: A different take on your problems. Slade, Dr Neil 439
pounds 1,000 MUST BE WON; PLAY OUR LUCKY BAGS GAME. 533
pounds 200k club drug haul. 100
pounds 293k FOR FIDDLE SPOTTER. Yates, Nathan 105
Racing: GEORGE'S REAL PEARLER. Fawcus, Charles 240
Racing: Kinane's Curragh mission. O'Hehir, Peter 181
RADIO1 PARTYGOER DIED FROM ECSTASY. Roberts, Brian 209
Rap star Eminem's wife slits her wrists. Lines, Andy 218
Real Lives: `For 40 years I hated my huge breasts' Christine Garner was 59 when she had surgery to reduce her 36G breasts, putting an end to a lifetime of pain, discomfort and embarrassment. Here, Christine, of Doncaster, tells how an unexpected windfall finally enabled her to have the operation that has changed her life. 1631
Road tolls dumped. Hardy, James 83
RTE snaps up Oz soap. 94
Rugby league: Pearson in drugs let-off. Burke, David A. 227
Rugby Union: GEORGE GIVES RUGBY A BOOT. 87
Rugby Union: O'GARA MEN START WITH ITALIAN JOB. Spink, Alex 229
Rugby Union: Russell set for cap bid. 81
Rugby Union: Scots face French trip. 100
RUGBY UNION: THE 2001 SIX NATION: PAU-FACED PONTY ALL SMILES AS THEY MISS RETURN TO HELL. Stephens, Hugh 322
Rugby Union: Wales first for England. 107
SEEN HIM?; 'Sarah' man was white, clean shaven, aged about 30 and 6ft tall. He had crinkly, sandy hair, wide nose, strong jaw and wore grey bomber jacket & plum shirt. North, Harry Arnold Nic; Mulchrone, Patrick 710
Shell lose sex battle. 145
Siege 'kills' rabbit firm. 146
Simply the last; EXCLUSIVE: 40,000 FANS TO HEAR TINA'S SWAN SONG. Martin, Paul 588
SMITH CALLS TIME AT RAT AND PARROT. Morris, Nigel; Shaw, Adrian 164
SNATCHED BY A CULT; Lucie could be forced into Tokyo vice. Dowdney, Mark; Rock, Lucy 378
SORRY SARGE YOU ARE AXED; EXCLUSIVE: Shock as Cryer cops it from Bill. Methven, Nicola 312
STADIUM MAY TOP A BILLION; EXCLUSIVE: Inflation pushing up cost. Foxe, Ken 428
Star challenge: Big mouth strikes again; Listen, we're saying nothing, but there's something about this little lot's new, improved mushes that suggests Mother Nature's been given an ever-so-slight helping hand.... Lunn, Marie 380
Star challenge: Geek or goddess. Lunn, Marie 123
Star challenge: Hanging on the telephone with... Fiona Phillips. Interview 877
STARS FLOCK TO TOWN FOR SHANE'S 21st. Martin, Paul 404
Store in sex bias row over suit cash. Harrison, Tracey 248
Store trawlers: Bowled over; It's time to chuck out your girlie sequin-encrusted teeny-weeny handbags (or just put them in a drawer for a while) and strike out with big, brash bowling bag. Graafland, Amber; Davies, Erica 352
Summer blues? Blame the frogs; SECRETS OF IRISH WEATHER REVEALED. O'Donovan, Deirdre 665
Tears as Rowling vanishes. Kane, Patricia 145
Tennis: PETE CAN SEAL IT WITH FRENCH KISS. Garside, Kevin 291
Tennis: Who needs both sisters when one would have done? Garside, Kevin 714
Tennis: Williams win it by a smile. Garside, Kevin 221
TERROR AS TUBE ROLLS BACKWARD FOR 800 YDS. Shaw, Adrian 175
Thank God Liz has finally dumped him; MOTHER-IN-LAW LASHES OUT AT ROD. Servini, Nick 552
The end: Closet confessions; Do cool and funky showbiz types ditch their on-stage finery for beige cardies and Jesus sandals when they get a minute to themselves? No, they blooming well don't, damn their eyes. If this wardrobe's anything to go by, the jammy devils look even more stylish. Hill, Lucy 273
THE FACE OF 'DRACULA'. 80
The hair doctor's clinic with British Hairdresser of the Year, Umberto Giannini; Too much sun can go to your head, causing hair damage and scalp problems. And what about all those other `heady' niggles? Here's how to solve them... 366
The internots; ONE IN FOUR USE THE NET, ONE IN FOUR NEVER WILL. Jones, Gary 806
This week: You want... you need... you must have; The last train to fun city leaves now - and we've reserved you a seat. 808
Thugs burn church. Clements, Jon 116
Travel: Holiday home from home; Where are the nicest holiday villas? We check out the best in Sardinia, Portugal, France and Spain. 1596
Trends: Nice work. 151
TV role for race stars. 171
Ulster road block chaos. Prince, Rosa 166
Upside down justice. Lamport, Jason 268
VILE CRIMES THAT STILL BAFFLE THE COPS. 274
VIOLATED AGAIN; Stephen memorial attacked by thugs. 442
Violence soars on the wards. Mellor, James 377
Viv's career gets leg-up. Leslie, Neil 112
Voice Of The Mirror: Blow the whistle. 123
Voice Of The Mirror: Eagle eyes can help to find Sarah. 204
Voice of The Mirror: Help for Sarah. 165
Voice of The Mirror: Outrageous lies. 95
Voice of The Mirror: Step back from edge of the abyss. 163
VOICE OF THE MIRROR: WHAT NOW?; We ask the question on everyone's lips about Clydach murders. 498
WAR ON SICKNESS PENSION CHEATS; Brown bid to cut pounds 1bn a year bill. Hardy, James 250
WAR ON SICKNESS PENSION CHEATS; Brown to slash pounds 1bn a year bill. Hardy, James 316
We can't blame it all on the sun. 178
We'll fight for return of baby. Dunn, Tom Newton 213
WELSH RUGBY FANS IN THE RED; Italian trip tests supporters' bank balances. Servini, Nick 442
WIFE-BEATERS ARE BACKED BY WOMEN. Ramsay, Heather 249
You get the last word... A tiny selection from our huge mailbag. 362
YOU'RE AXED SARGE .. I'VE JUST READ IT IN THE SCRIPT; Cryer going after 17yrs. Methven, Nicola 491
Your Problems: Miriam Stoppard's advice column. Stoppard, Miriam 1222

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