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

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'No room' for a hero. McGURRAN, AIDAN 155
'pounds 26m' for Assembly. Servini, Nick 168
1 IN 3 WARDERS QUIT TERROR CHILD PRISONS; Staff fear violent inmates. Hardy, James 293
1/2bn pounds: Box office takings reach record high. Worthington, Simon 212
7 DAYS TV QUIZ. 291
7 HURT BY SHOW BUS. Daniels, Bill 122
A wrong tooning for French. Dennis, Steve 153
Athletics: MARK'S OLYMPIC DREAM IS ALIVE. Cross, John 472
BABY JACK: UNCLE TOO ILL FOR COURT HEARING; Accused teen in mental hospital for tests. Flanagan, Pat 444
Basketball: Dirty Den screams at being fired by Mavericks; REBEL RAPS DALLAS. Nalos, Jim 537
BID TO END NOISE HELL. 130
BIG GAME HUNTER; Steward took gun to Ibrox. Clay, Alistair 307
BLAIR IN SCOTLAND: LOOK, LISTEN, LEARN; Dewar gets a lesson in leadership from the Governor. Scottish, LORRAINE DAVIDSON 933
BLUNDER No 2 HITS HOSPITAL; Police probe drug death. Lamport, Jason 178
BOB SHOT HIMSELF DOWN; MY VERDICT. Manning, Clinton 146
Boxing: EURO LURE FOR JULIUS. 126
Boxing: IT'S TIME FOR CRASH, BUNG, WALLOP, NAZ; Champ can rock the Bok in 10. Dillon, John 783
BOXING: ROBINSON'S REVENGE BID. Gorman, Ken 223
Boxing: Show us you're hungry, Prince; NASEEM v BUNGU at OLYMPIA. McGuigan, Barry 607
BRIAN READE met man who made Utd sexy - in a pub. Reade, Brian 439
CASTAWAY TV IS IN CHAOS: MAD RAY WON'T BE THE LAST; Others will flee Beeb's isle trial. Tait, James 350
CASTAWAY TV IS IN CHAOS: OUR TOP 10 FOR TARANSAY. Clay, Alistair 303
CATHERINE'S A HOT TICKET. 141
CHERIE DROPS CLAIM AGAINST HER NANNY; Ros 'family secrets' pledge. Jones, Gary 267
CHERIE'S FEARS FOR HER BABY IN NANNY STORM; Judge slams Mail over book. Jones, Gary 305
CLASS ACT RHYS BACK AT SCHO0L. Servini, Nick 121
COPS FAIL TO SPOT DEAD MARINE FOR 7 WEEKS; Body found yards from club he boozed in. Mirror 439
Council tax leaps by 6%. Hardy, James 155
Council tax soars by 10%. Hutton, Robert 166
DAD'S GIFT OF KIDNEY. 139
Daniel's little red booster; THIS IS YOUR LIFE SURPRISE FOR SINGING SAINT. Peters, Frank 267
DEAL ON SAYS MANDY. Carton, Donna 165
Design Doctor: Home Life editor Donna Hardie answers your DIY questions. 551
Dumped 'Sunny' reunited with mum. Foxe, Ken 90
EX-GARDA: I DIDN'T HAVE NEVIN AFFAIR. O'REILLY, RITA 168
FAILING AYLING; BA boss is forced to quit as profits head for pounds 250m slump. Manning, Clinton 516
FARM WIFE HAS pounds 1 M SPRING IN HER STEP; Water hunt taps into a huge pay-off. Lamport, Jason 461
Fashion: Going dotty; Ollie Picton- Jones on why polka dots are the way to get spotted. Jones, Ollie Picton- 360
FATAL CRASH DRIVER OUT OF DANGER. Foxe, Ken 241
Flock death train probe. Tait, James 158
Food: Smoky bakin' Edited by: LUCY KNOX Photographs: RICHARD KOLKER Food prepared by: PETER REFFELL Marco Pierre White serves two seafood dishes for you to try at home. Knox, Lucy 818
Football: 'FEARLESS' RYAN IS FLYING. Fletcher, James 252
FOOTBALL: ADAMS' SPEEDY RETURN WILL BE SHEAR RELIEF TO ENGLAND. Harris, Harry 162
Football: Anelka in Real trouble. West, Lee 171
Football: ANGER AS BATES HIKES HIS PRICES; Some Chelsea season tickets go up 28 %. Stenson, Tony; Lewis, Darren 660
Football: BERGKAMP BOWING OUT OF INTERNATIONAL GAME. Cross, John 124
Football: Better Lata than never for Russell; Hibs v Falkirk. 575
Football: Bohs lose out on black night; Bohs 0 Shamrock Rvs 0. Cahill, Jackie 457
Football: Brian Reade column: HIT-MAN HESKEY A PERFECT 10, REDS. Reade, Brian 373
Football: Brian Reade column: MAN WITH OH-NO NAME. Reade, Brian 87
Football: Brian Reade column: Stamped.. abused, but still kept waiting by the Queen for 34 years. Reade, Brian 812
Football: Callaghan's the man for Ayr warfare; Ayr v Partick Thistle. 967
Football: CAP JUST WON'T FIT HERO ARILD; Dundee United v Aberdeen - Norway call-up is still long way off. Ross, Kenny 1190
Football: Christian ready to soldier on. Gorman, Ken 215
Football: DALGLISH OPENS UP FINAL TILT FOR LARS. Spencer, Tom 167
Football: DERRY CITY v DROGHEDA. Duffy, Arthur 216
Football: Desailly wants to take French leave. Nixon, Alan 223
Football: DICK'S COOL OVER RICK. Weir, Stewart 234
Football: DONS TRAVEL TO FIND STARS. 110
Football: Elgin try to tame Lyons; Highland League. 380
Football: George: I'll beat boos. Cross, John 81
Football: GIVE ME FOWLER; Wenger tells Liverpool: Now you've got Heskey you don't need Robbie. Walters, Mike 295
Football: Gregory feels sad for Gord. West, Lee 183
Football: Hendrie: We must put title destiny back in our hands; Division One. 460
Football: Henrik's on call but Raf starts. MacDONALD, GRANT 293
Football: Henrik's putting the boot in on his Celts return; Celtic v St Johnstone. MacDONALD, Grant 833
Football: I LOTH-ED MATTHAUS; Fergie: He tried to poke my eyes out. MacDONALD, GRANT 292
Football: I TRIED MY BEST FOR GERS AND I HAVE NOTHING LEFT TO PROVE SAYS ANTTI NIEMI; Rangers v Hearts. MacDONALD, Grant 1004
Football: If you think Heskey is good now, wait until I've finished with him; SAYS LIVERPOOL'S GERARD HOULLIER. MADDOCK, David 854
Football: Johnsen like new signing. 293
Football: KEELY'S CHAMPAGNE BIRTHDAY; Shelbourne 4 Cork City 0. Scully, Michael 334
Football: LEE HOME IN ROYLE FAMILY. Nixon, Alan 666
Football: Lomas to halt Paolo attacks. Stenson, Tony 252
Football: MAHON ANGRY AT MISSING MORAN. Duffy, Arthur 227
Football: McBride's comeback Justin time for the Glens. Looney, Stephen 647
Football: Meet your next manager Spurs; FANS WANT HOD BACK ONE DAY AS THE BOSS. Harris, Harry 459
Football: NEWS IS ALL BAD FOR REID. Reynolds, Lee 219
Football: No more fixing tyres, Mac's in fast lane now. CROSS, John 472
Football: O'Neill can flash cash. Moore, David 103
Football: Our charges are fair, insists Ken. Stenson, Tony 367
Football: Preview: Nationwide league. 541
Football: Preview: Premier League. 845
Football: ROBBO TARGETS DACOURT. Rogers, Steve 158
Football: SLIGO ROVERS v ST. PAT'S. 225
Football: Strike scare Accies add YTS boys to make team; Division Two. 415
FOOTBALL: SWANSEA SOAR ON; Swansea City 4 Northampton 1. Davies, Roy 367
Football: The youth is out there says City boss Young; Division Three. 430
Football: Totten aims to shock. Weir, Stewart 246
Football: UCD v FINN HARPS. 242
Football: Walter's Toffees in crisis. Maddock, David 269
Football: WE'LL BREAK BANK TO BUY ARSENE THE BEST; Hill-Wood gives all-clear for Gunners to go for big names. Walters, Mike 555
Football: WHO'S BEST IN BRITAIN: KEWELL OR BECKHAM?; Roma boss: Italy is wild about Harry. Edwards, Ian 609
Football: WIN A SIGNED HESKEY SHIRT. 98
Free Maths Stuff for Schools: Sum on feel the noize; NODDY'S CLASS ACT. Fisher, Lorraine 235
FURY AT STALKER'S SENTENCE. Roberts, Joe 263
GAA: Match previews. 1065
GAA: McDONAGH MISSES CLASS MATES OF '96; Limerick hurler is sole survivor from glory days. KEYS, Colm 1033
GARDA POINTS OUT 'GUNMAN' Sergeant tells court that accused shot officer in back. MacMANUS, SUZANNE 448
GM TRIALS GO-AHEAD. Linden, Martha 128
GOLF CHAMP'S DAD BEATS DOUBLE YELLOW BOGEY; Parking rap for cabbie Lawrie. Lumsden, Susan 231
Golf: McGinley progress continues. Stenson, Tony 540
GOOD TOON FRAN; Travis star is now comic book hero. Ramsay, Heather 239
GP denies sex claim. Raven, Neil 124
GP DENIES SEXCLAIM. Raven, Nell 124
Granny jailed over City riots. 89
HIP JOINT IDENTIFIES FIRE TORY. 109
Home Life: Designer double - Barcelona chair. White, Lawrence 178
Home Life: Future perfect; These ideal homes are not just a designer's wild idea. Ziemer, Laurette 747
Home Life: HOT CUISINE; TV cook Amanda Grant's flat. ALAN O'KELLY 224
HOME LIFE: NEW HOMES FOR OLDIES; Check charges before you take shelter. Prophet, Sheila 676
Home Life: Smart moves. Russell, Rosalind 461
Home Life: Tongue & groovy. Webber, Richard 278
I WILL CALL IT A GREY; Major to quit at next election. Hardy, James 591
I WILL CALL IT A GREY; Major to quit at next election. Hardy, James 681
I WILL NEVER DRINK AGAIN; Best vow from hospital bed. Yates, Nathan 159
I'm crying for joy at freedom but guilt will always haunt me; EXCLUSIVE: GIRL DRIVEN TO KILL HER VIOLENT BOYFRIEND. Taylor, Diane; Swain, Gill 1982
I'VE BEEN TO THE EDGE; Best vows to quit the booze after liver scare. Yates, Nathan 631
Interview: Emilia Fox - The truth about Vic, his lesbian wife, her lover, and me; Emilia Fox and Vic Reeves made an odd couple and their cosy friendship with his wife and her female lover raised more eyebrows. Here Emilia reveals how she coped with this bizarre four-way relationship and why she ended their whirlwind romance. Morgan, Sally 2086
Interview: John Thomson - How I went from fat boy to sex symbol; Cold Feet's John Thomson talks about his leap from podgy pal roles to hunky leading man. Hockney, Karen 1753
Interview: Naseem Hamed - I expect my wife to live cleanly.. I made an honest woman out of her and she is grateful; NAZ ON MARRIAGE AND A FAMILY DREAM. Johnston, Jenny 1740
Interview: Paul Kaye - Is this the most hated man on TV?; Dennis Pennis nearly ended the comedy career of his creator, but Paul Kaye refuses to go quietly. Woodward, Ian 1543
Interview: Tony McCoy - King of the turf; CHELTENHAM HERO TONY MCCOY TELLS WHY HE'S SO KEEN TO BE FIRST PAST THE POST. Macauley, Ted 1251
Is there Artex on Mars? Rock, Lucy 141
Jails chief gets 2 yrs. 142
James Whitaker column: A MILLION REASONS TO WRITE. Whitaker, James 196
James Whitaker column: Dear James; BRITAIN'S GREATEST COLUMNIST (THOUGH I SAY SO MYSELF). Whitaker, James 236
James Whitaker column: Is there no end to vile Hewitt? Whitaker, James 364
James Whitaker column: Robbie's the one for me. Whitaker, James 118
James Whitaker column: TO THE LETTER. Whitaker, James 101
James Whitaker column: Try one of my fancies. Whitaker, James 273
Kate in for a weight.. 129
KEITH: WE CAN'T WAIT FOR OUR SECOND CHILD; My Lisa's had a really terrible pregnancy. Young, Caoimhe 402
kelly s i. 1110
KIDS GET MEANER. McGURRAN, AIDAN 150
KILLER HIPPO; Newlywed savaged in horror on safari. Logan, Chris 145
Last chance for shipyard as deal goes. Carton, Donna 244
LIFE SENTENCE; Hunger striker Brady is refused the right to die. Corless, Frank; Byrne, Paul 527
LOVE ROLE FOR PATSY. Methven, Nicola 132
Man held over fake shirts haul. Tallant, Nicola 181
Matthew Wright column: Bye, Bye, Zoe Bawl; TEARS AS DJ QUITS HIT RADIO 1 BREAKFAST SHOW. Wright, Matthew 427
Mega Mirror: Crazy Taxi.. crazy prizes; 25 SUPERB DRIVING GAMES PLUS 5 FANTASTIC DREAMCASTS TO WIN. 289
Mega Mirror: Lego's Dome clone.. 750
MILLIONAIRE GAME: YOU COULD BE 14 DAYS AWAY FROM WINNING A MILLION POUNDS. 340
Ministers globe trot for St Pat. Young, Caoimhe 173
Mirror comment: Courts deserve dignified setting. 101
Mirror comment: Putting safety in driving seat. 184
MITCHELL'S PEACE HOPE. Millar, Sharon 127
MITCHELL'S PEACE PLEA. Roberts, Joe 244
Motor Racing: Button a smasher. 87
Motor racing: Button's already pulling the birds. Garside, Kevin 979
Motor racing: Countdown to FORMULA ONE 2000. 224
Motor racing: F1 2000 SEASON CALENDAR. 86
Motor racing: Schuey a smasher. 90
Motor racing: SPIN FRIGHTENED ME TO DEATH SAYS COULTHARD. Garside, Kevin 286
Mumba ready to go solo. 118
My Diary: I've made up the entire Coronation Street cast and four Prime Ministers. I once had to give George Brown a right rollicking; A DAY IN THE LIFE OF GLENDA WOOD. Grimes, Andrew 1008
Mystery of the deep; The Navy's flagship M1 submarine went down in 1925 with 69 lives. Now the true story can be told. Tooze, Steve 1051
New fiasco on our railways: A BIG BANG THEN SCREAMS; Passenger tells of crash terror as 25 become rail's latest victims. 873
New fiasco on our railways: SHAMBLES; 25 injured in new rail fiasco. Bain, Charlie 290
New firms in internet price war. 144
Oil rig bid can save shipyard. Carton, Donna 798
Old man lay dead for days. 205
Owlch! Savage, Richard 124
PARKY BOY TO MARRY CORRIE GIRL. Roberts, Brian 110
pounds 1.5m OAP WINDFALL. 126
Probe anger on Shipman. Frith, Maxine 151
Race cash is 'too little'. 112
RACE CASH TOO LITTLE. 151
Racing: Back Donadino first THEN worry about the hype. Swan, Charlie 833
Racing: Bell back in saddle. 106
Racing: Looks Like Trouble for Johnson. 235
Racing: MAGIC WAY TO MAKE A MINT. FAWCUS, Charles 378
Racing: Moore power for the Festival. O'HEHIR, PETER 416
Racing: Norman waits on decision. Fawcus, Charles 229
Racing: PIPE PULLS CUP CRACKER VICTIS OUT OF THE SUN. 529
Racing: Ridden to be a Naas little hotpot. 142
Racing: Rowe in with Mirror. 113
Racing: Stable INSIDER - RING OUT THE OLD AS TALBOT LOOKS VALUE. 427
Racing: Welville suffers setback. 129
Racing: WILLIE'S DOUBTFUL BUMPER APPROACH. O"HEHIR, PETER 638
RANDALL AND HOPKIRK SHOULD STAY DECEASED; Original star blasts remake. Quinn, Thomas 431
RANT OVER ANT TV AD. 136
ROAD RAGE RAM BLITZ. Doran, Gary 147
Rugby ace is accused. Lamport, Jason 317
RUGBY ACE IS ACCUSED. Servini, Nick 131
RUGBY LEAGUE: AGONY AS BELL GOES FOR THE SEASON; Leeds Rhinos 42 Dewsbury Rams 10. Burke, David A. 122
Rugby League: ELLERY AND THOSE BOARDROOM BUST-UPS. 149
Rugby League: HANLEY ON KNIFE-EDGE; Saints legend facing the axe. Burke, David A. 397
Rugby League: Peters: We can't let Jason leave; SILK CUT CHALLENGE. Burke, David A. 469
RUGBY LEAGUE: SAINTS WILL FIRE HANLEY; Millward to take over as boss. Burke, David A. 411
Rugby League: WEEKEND FIXTURES. 84
Rugby Union: ALL THE ALLIED DUNBAR PREMIERSHIP GAMES. 277
Rugby Union: D-DAY FOR GREENING. 85
Rugby Union: Don't put blame on us, Henry. Stephens, Hugh 332
Rugby Union: From Vale of despair to Hill top of triumph; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE. Williams, Paul 872
Rugby Union: GLOSSY MATT'S A SUPER SAINT. 125
Rugby Union: GREENING FACES SALE D-DAY. Turner, Rob 245
Rugby Union: HERIOTS 'OLD FIRM HEROES'. 425
Rugby Union: I'm green with envy at Matt's magic: Johnson. Spink, Alex 657
Rugby Union: Llanelli still seeing Reds as Caley aim for a repeat victory in Wales. Boyd, Kevin 772
Rugby Union: Mad March hares are roaming everywhere in European rugby. Spink, Alex 178
Rugby Union: Minnows eye own robbery. 391
Rugby Union: Pope can expect a bruising battle of Clontarf. KEYS, Colm 588
Rugby Union: Such rugby madness is not going to be forgotten. Spink, Alex 202
Rugby Union: WYATT PLAYS ON. 137
SCHOOL SURVIVES. Garner, Richard 132
SHAMEFUL; Doc may be charged after patient was unlawfully killed at blunder hospital. Lamport, Jason 549
SHARES: FTSE 100 index closed up 36.6 at 6568.7. 361
Shopping: Beady eyed; Amber Graafland strings together some fantastic beaded items which make ideal gifts or special treats. 149
SICK AND TWISTED; Child sex torture monsters get life. Daniels, Bill 421
SILENCE OF THE LAMPS; Foghorn's last blast lets villagers sleep in peace. Mellor, James 396
Soap box: School for scandal; Secrets exposed and celebrity knees- ups this week. Stewart, Tony 1232
Sports Betting: DOBBO'S DUE FOR CHOP. McGOVERN, DEREK 398
Sports Betting: MACCA'S ACCA. McGOVERN, DEREK 89
Sports Betting: Only Formula One idiots will risk a gamble. McGOVERN, DEREK 504
Stewart Weir's column: Celts boss Dalglish pays the price for selling Burley. Weir, Stewart 826
Stewart Weir's column: COULT HAS FINAL BID FOR WORLD. Weir, Stewart 129
Stewart Weir's column: HAVE YOU GOT THE BOTTLE?; YOU will have ... IF you answer these. Weir, Stewart 90
Style essentials; Amber Graafland selects the best beauty buys. Graafland, Amber 265
SUNNY IS SMILING AGAIN; Desperate mum who abandoned gorgeous 18 month old child outside a church reclaims him less than 24 hours later. Foxe, Ken 902
Sunrise on millennium. 104
Telly couple Fairly close to real thing. Tallant, Nicola 125
Thank Evans, we've got our Mirror! Martin, Paul 195
THE CHEEK OF A KILLER; Evil murderer is back in court to sue duo for theft. Servini, Nick 442
The Impostor; The Prince of Wales has worn feathers, a baseball cap and a Rastafarian hat with fake dreadlocks. And that was just this week. Has he inherited his style from the Duke of Edinburgh? In the guise of a flamboyant hat-maker looking for new models, the Impostor called Buckingham Palace to find out... 404
The week starts here...; ...For great gaffes, celebrity dads and shaggy dog stories. Symons, Mitchell 578
There's so much less of Vanessa. Carroll, Sue 568
TOXIC BURNER PLAN GOES UP IN SMOKE; Village power puts block on waste incinerator. Leslie, Neil 492
Trader is hanged. Manning, Clinton 139
TRAIN NUTTERS; Irish man fights for his life after two pals 'surf' New York subway. Foxe, Ken 368
Travel: Departure points. 357
Travel: St Patrick's Day- Galway to go..; St Patrick's Day: Clive Crickmer discovers that Galway's native charm almost extends to the airport. Crickmer, Clive 605
Travel: St Patrick's Day- WIN a luxury weekend break in Dublin. 190
Travel: Tunisia - Souk it and sea; Matt Kelly finds he gets out of his depth when it comes to scuba diving. Kelly, Matt 805
TV FITNESS GURU EILEEN DIES AT 93. 115
TV highlights: 5 reasons to turn on. Smith, Sue 497
Tycoon's pounds 105,000 victory in libel case. Shaw, Adrian 265
Victor Lewis-Smith column: Dealing with fame. Lewis-Smith, Victor 171
Victor Lewis-Smith column: STAN IS THE WUN. Lewis-Smith, Victor 207
Victor Lewis-Smith column: TEST CARD HIGH POINTS THE WAY. Lewis-Smith, Victor 382
Victor Lewis-Smith column: Why a dog is a man's best fiend. Lewis-Smith, Victor 462
Voice of the Mirror: Natural justice. 102
Voice of the Mirror: No more delays on rail safety. 234
Voice of The Mirror: One last chance to save Yard. 253
Waiting lists hit 1,118,700. Hardy, James 290
We won't pay up for our OAPs. 198
WHITE POLICE SOCIETY; Race fears in Met after officers plan new group. Jones, Gary; Alford, Dawn 446
Why Wales can be world beaters again; WE MUST NOT ALLOW OURSELVES TO BECOME A NATION OF COUCH POTATOES. Davies, Gareth 867
Wine. Curran, Tim 174
Your garden: Pippa Greenwood's gardening column. Greenwood, Pippa 694

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