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Articles from The Mirror (London, England) (October 17, 2000)

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'CURED' PATIENT CUT OFF HIS DAD'S HEAD. Roberts, Joe 206
'Op denied to Down's boy'. White, Stephen 123
[3] Dear Gerrie: Reader's letter. Sear, Dennis 118
`I was rescued by a celebrity' How surreal to be rushed to hospital by Bianca from EastEnders, or have your life saved by Coronation Street's Curly Watts. But soap stars Patsy Palmer and Kevin Kennedy are just two celebs who have been heroic in the face of a crisis. Crawford, Sue 1925
`My husband sentenced me to 24 years in jail' Three years ago, British-born Chantal McCorkle was happy, with an enviable lifestyle in Florida. But her betrayal by the man she loved turned her American dream into a nightmare. Cohen, Julie 1476
120mph in a Daewoo. Mellor, James 131
2 for 1 Ticket deal at the Dungeons; TICKET DEAL AT THE DUNGEONS Worth up to pounds 10.95*. 238
23 MIN OF ACID AGONY; Dr Nina died in torment 'as killer delayed getting help'. Daniels, Bill 1421
3am: Here's A Funny Tory .. Callan, Jessica 159
3am: Hugh read it here first. Callan, Jessica 88
3am: It's not a fairway to treat your man, Billie. Callan, Jessica 355
48 hours in Barcelona; Shopaholics, culture vultures and foodies, beware: you won't want to come home, says Jane Shaw. Shaw, Jane 1152
7,407 DAYS OF TEARS; IRA gave me my boy after 22yrs but it makes me sick to thank them. Beattie, Jilly 593
A piece of land the size of this picture would cost you pounds 109 in Ballsbridge.. Friel, Jenny 277
ABUSED GREYHOUND RACES TO RECOVERY. Vance, Andrea 180
Aer Lingus flight chaos. Roberts, Joe 124
Agony of my farm sex hell. Disley, Jan 112
Airport strike brings chaos. Foxe, Ken 101
AMEN DUNPHY; TV pundit is just a 'pussycat' who prays every night. Tallant, Nicola 341
American Football: Horne of plenty for Rams. 219
ARSONISTS FIREBOMB WIDOW BY MISTAKE; Daughter pleads: Leave us be. Friel, Jenny 374
Avoid crime, move to Wales. Lamport, Jason 126
BA crew in 'stolen' drink row. Poole, Keith 155
Basketball: Towering task, Nick. 84
BBC ban on Royle smoking. Quinn, Thomas 267
Bid to dig up killer Hanratty. Barry, Maggie 149
BIRTH OF A BUSINESS; Motherhood is always a life-changing event, but for some women it marks the launch of a whole new career. Monti, Adrian; Morgan, Sally 878
BISHOPS IN GUNMEN ORDEAL; Holy Land drama of Irish pilgrims. Young, Caoimhe 604
Boxing: LANE FEARS A REFF-ING WAR. Dillon, John 190
BOY FLIER SAVED BY 757 PILOT; Rookie talked down in storm. Savage, Richard 468
Brits 7th in sex league. Moynihan, Tim 145
BURMA FREES BRIT IN HUMAN RIGHTS DEMO. Foreign, Mark Dowdney 160
Burn couple to sue airline. Millar, Sharon 258
Caprice's secrets; You sexy thing. Nichols, As Told To Virginia 938
Caprice: I'm tressed to kill. Beattie, Jilly 108
CHANGE OF TUNE OVER CASH PROBE. 252
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: A stroke of genius. Catchpole, Charlie 127
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: Faking It With Anne. Catchpole, Charlie 218
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: Get shot of siege stars. Catchpole, Charlie 162
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: Laugh rites for Victor. Catchpole, Charlie 445
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: Repelled By Fats Of Life. Catchpole, Charlie 319
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: The Bottom Line Is A Porky Pie.. Catchpole, Charlie 201
Charlie Catchpole's TV Column: The Sopranos. Catchpole, Charlie 140
CHURCH LOSES ITS MUCH-LOVED VOICE. Tibbetts, Graham 163
Closet confessions; M's theory: just because a girl's stuck behind a microphone all day doesn't mean she's about to let her style standards slip. M's evidence: the lovely DJ Simone. We rest our case. Hill, Lucy 406
Cricket: OH LORD! NASSER IN A FIX ALREADY; Poor start for Nasser after MacLaurin clanger. Walters, Mike 561
CRIME STOPPING; 10% drop as offending becomes 'less fashionable'. Jones, Gary 337
Dear Gerrie: Dewar sadly missed. Kerr, Andrew 110
Dear Gerrie: Don't kick Keegan. Dancy, J. 110
Dear GERRIE: Lib-Dems exposed. Watkins, Neil 158
Dear Gerrie: My Great British pride. Bowman, Matthew 82
Dear Gerrie: Reader's letter. Hall, P. 89
Dear Gerrie: Siobhan Has Got It Write; pounds 25 Letter Of The Day. Jones, Fiona 123
Dear GERRIE: TELL BBC YOUR TALES OF THE SEA. Ashworth, John 89
Dentist 'in fees con'. 136
Diary of... a first date; men and sex; One couple's take on a defining moment in their relationship. 469
Did a medical bungle kill off Dylan Thomas?; LETHAL INJECTIONS, NOT ALCOHOL, MAY HAVE CAUSED POET'S DEATH. Callan, Paul 880
DID BLAIR TAKE ROBBO CASH? 366
DID BLAIR TAKE ROBINSON CASH?; Tycoon says he gave donations to PM's office. 414
Dog row 'led up to stabbing'. O'Driscoll, Sean 191
Dope may be legal for sick. Morris, Nigel 102
DRILL TERROR OF INLA GANG FIGHT; Court told of torture threat. Macdermott, Diarmaid 394
Dublin fury at Omagh bomb claim. Roberts, Joe 174
Easy as 1 2 3; The mothers who beat amazing odds to have singles, twins.. then triplets. Cohen, Kate 1333
Ecstasy boy, 20, fighting for his life. Kelleher, Lynne 242
EIRCOM PREMIER LEAGUE : Coughlan: It's crazy to be out for eight weeks after Luton trial. Scully, Michael 769
England star dad in coma. Daniels, Bill 161
FAMILY ALMOST HAD THEIR CHIPS; Fish supper boat trip drama. Tibbetts, Graham 418
FAMILY CHEAT DEATH AFTER TRUCK SMASH; Kitchen wrecked by gas tanker. Servini, Nick 319
Fashion: All at sea...; Ahoy there! The pirate look is back, so prepare to swashbuckle your way to the head of the style queue. Come back Adam Ant, all is forgiven. 108
Football - Mark Lawrenson's Column: It's too soon for Shearer. Lawrenson, Mark 549
Football: ..NO WONDER, WHEN BARMBY CAN PICK UP pounds 56,000 A WEEK. Rogers, Martin 143
FOOTBALL: ALAN CAST AS SAVIOUR. Maddock, David 146
Football: ALL CHANGE AS GOULD AND BRUCE ARE GIVEN THE BULLET. Edwards, Ian 245
Football: ALL CHANGE AS GOULD AND BRUCE ARE GIVEN THE BULLET. Mcdonnell, David; Stenson, Tony 274
Football: Barmby's The Richest. Rogers, Martin 146
Football: Bhoys get their man. Campbell, Iain 141
Football: BOBBY NEVER HAD A CHANCE; Fans wouldn't forget Wales flop says Sam. Gorman, Ken 687
Football: Bobby ready to answer the call to help England; M'boro 1 Newcastle 3. Moore, David 670
Football: Brown to make one last stand. Ross, Kenny 178
Football: Bullish boss haunted by ghosts of failure. Gorman, Says Ken 269
FOOTBALL: BURCH WILL SIGN FOR THE BLUES. Gordon, Tim 277
Football: Celts are favourites. 139
FOOTBALL: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: RANGERS v GALATASARAY - BERT'S OUT FOR A GALA DAY; Gers star leaf from aims to take Chelsea book. Campbell, Iain 925
Football: COLE IN SWEAT. 105
Football: DI CANIO: LET'S GO TO WORK. Mcdonnell, David 297
FOOTBALL: DOUGLAS WILL BE BHOYS' MAIN MAN; O'Neill beats Advocaat to sign Dundee goalkeeper; St Johnstone v Celtic. Campbell, Iain 660
Football: DOWNED BY THE RIVERSIDE!; M'boro 1 Newcastle 3: Boro get that sinking feeling as Bobby takes honours in battle of the Robsons. Moore, David 724
FOOTBALL: DUNNE DEAL; Royle gets Rich for pounds 3m. Scully, Michael 156
Football: Ekoku's still Hopping. 94
Football: FOOTBALL'S GOING BUST; Newcastle owe pounds 70m and Chelsea declare pounds 3.5m loss. Cross, John 635
Football: Give Sav a go, says Malesani. 200
Football: Gould won't be Jon his way because of Robert says Martin O'Neill; ST JOHNSTONE v CELTIC,. Martin, Robert 807
Football: HAUNTED; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BIG-MATCH PREVIEW: Ridsdale: Returning to Istanbul brings back all those horrific memories. Edwards, Ian 716
FOOTBALL: HEALY SEEKS HIS FORTUNA. Maddock, David 131
Football: Houllier: Give him time and we'll really see Emile play. Maddock, David 457
Football: Jefferies hits out at Col claim. 285
Football: Keely calls for top trio. 155
FOOTBALL: KLOS TO A GERS COMEBACK. Macdonald, Grant 222
Football: Lennon hits out at critics. Edwards, Ian 191
Football: Lennon hits out at slurs. Edwards, Ian 194
Football: Look abroad again, Hollins. Davies, Roy 253
FOOTBALL: NO MIRCE FROM DICK; Turkish coach in for a Caat fight. Campbell, Iain; Baillie, Michael 436
Football: PLATT IN BID FOR PAL LUCA; EXCLUSIVE. Edwards, Ian 280
FOOTBALL: PRESTON WAIT ON APOLOGY. Fletcher, James 225
FOOTBALL: RICKSON RACING BACK. Martin, Robert 280
FOOTBALL: ROB IS ONE OF THE BHOYS. Macdonald, Grant 233
FOOTBALL: SAINTS TO ZAGREB FIRM WIN. Martin, Robert 263
Football: SAVIOUR; EXCLUSIVE: FA plan to make Shearer youngest England manager. Cross, John 517
Football: Saviour; EXCLUSIVE: FA plan to make Shearer youngest manager of England. Cross, John 518
Football: Shamed McLean in pounds 4.5m jackpot. Campbell, Iain 346
Football: Shear delight for Magpies but it's agony for Robbo; Msboro 1 Newcastle 3. Moore, David 635
Football: Smith: I'm trying to find the man who can take on my job. Moore, David 442
FOOTBALL: UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE - STEFAN IS KLOS TO RANGERS RETURN; German keeper set to play a part against Galatasaray; Rangers v Galatasaray. Campbell, Iain 625
Football: We'll destroy you Arsenal; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BIG-MATCH PREVIEW: SAYS LAZIO STAR MIHAJLOVIC. Harris, Harry 562
Football: We'll shoot down Gunners' dream says Lazio star Mihajlovic. Harris, Harry 311
Football: We're all chasing one goal. Baillie, Michael 395
Football: WEAH: 'INSULTING ROYLE TREATED ME LIKE A CHILD' EXCLUSIVE. Fletcher, James 691
Football: Weah: Joe treated me like a child; EXCLUSIVE. Fletcher, James 451
Football: Youth gets its chance. 203
FOOTBALL: ZITELLI SWEAT. Mcleod, Sam 158
FORTRESS GAYBO; Contestants under 'house arrest' at RTE studios before first pounds 1m show. Flanagan, Pat 609
Freed son killed dad. 128
FURY AT NEARYPROBE; Call for public inquiry. Flanagan, Pat 157
GAA: Aussies remarks ruled out of order. Keys, Colm 821
Geek and geekier. 92
GET THE BUZZZZ; Hornet juice is athlete's secret. Dowdney, Mark 291
Golf : Poison Cup for Martin. 103
Golf: Laura is top of the shots. 84
GOLF: RYDER ROW STILL ANGERS MARTIN. Stenson, Tony 208
GOLF: WALKER HOPEFULS. 153
GOOD DEED FARMER KILLED IN FREAK FALL; Andrew plunged into pit. Douglas, Scott 248
Guess my sex CV; This week, it's a bloke's turn to go under the sexual spotlight. Three girls try to guess what he gets up to. 887
Hague hops into Wales. Clements, Jon 148
Hairdresser about the house; Episode four: party prep at Number 23; Some frantic pre-party preening is going on, so lucky our resident guru, Charles Worthington, is on hand to soothe frazzled nerves with his expert, no-fuss, slay 'em hair ideas. 443
HANGED BY HER DRESS; Nicola, two, dies trying to scramble out of a window. Rock, Lucy 374
Hanging on the telephone with... Keith Floyd. 722
HAUGHEY MAY BE QUIZZED AT HOME; Ex-Taoiseach too ill for hearing. Flanagan, Pat 238
Heads together for a fundraiser. Education, Richard Garner 289
Hello Mia! Titanic actress Kate Winslet and husband Jim Threaplton present their first child; AND HERE ARE SOME OF THOSE WHO DID TAKE THE MONEY. Quinn, Thomas 357
Holding back the years; When love conquers a 30-year age gap; Could you fancy your best friend's dad, or marry a man the same age as your own son? Meet two couples who have defied convention and disapproval for the sake of love. North, Kathleen 1559
Homeless increasing. 97
Hospital row after OAP dies. Roche, Barry 246
Hostels hit by drug scandal. Waterston, Caroline 122
Hotel of the week. 168
How can I get it right?; Beauty makeunder; For Roz, life began over again at 43, so she called on M for a new glam rock-chick look. Welch, Tricia 300
How well do you two know each other?; Natalie Cocks, 24, a fashion merchandiser, and Kevin Steptoe, 24, an IT engineer, have been going out for two years. They live in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. Morris, Chris 569
HURLING: NO REST FOR THE CROSS BOYS; Armagh title to be won. McGreevy, Alex 583
I'M MANDY ..DON'T FRY ME; EXCLUSIVE: Mandelson pleas for 'ferocious' plot to stop. Blackman, Oonagh 450
INLA fight: 2 in court. Macdermott, Diarmaid 117
Interiors: Q&A. 378
IT DIDN'T TAKE AN ETERNITY; Boffin's pounds 1m puzzle hell. Mackay, Caitlin 143
Jane's pain; AGONY OF KID DRUGS VICTIMS. Mellor, James 728
Jet pilot saves a boy flier. Savage, Richard 170
Just no stopping your Irish Mirror. 303
Kelly's i: Keeping you up to speed on the net; KEEPING YOU UP TO SPEED ON THE NET. Kelly, Matt 547
Kerb-crawlers; Spare a thought for those poor, put-upon celebs. Not only do they have the irksome responsibility of a snazzy car and chauffeur, they also have to ensure they don't reveal a glimpse of gusset getting in and out. 458
LIVERPOOL STARS IN GANG SHOOT TERROR. Corless, Frank 201
Loyd quits BBC; EXCLUSIVE. Methven, Nicola 107
Male shot. Borrows, Bill 556
MANDY BLAMED FOR EURO SPLIT; He had his own personal agenda says Robinson. Morris, Nigel; Blackman, Oonagh 492
McLean is facing cop wait. 151
Meg splashes out pounds 5m on love nest. Dowdney, Mark 226
MIKE'S IN THE CLEAR; EXCLUSIVE: Rhodri backs German over cash probe but Labour anger grows. Starling, Paul 117
Mirror Comment: Airline must strike a deal. 214
Mirror Comment: Heavenly hope. 103
MORE DEAD, MORE DEADLOCK AS PEACE SUMMIT STRUGGLES; MIDDLE EAST ON THE BRINK. 234
MOT your body; Is your body a temple? Or more like an old ruin with a demolition order on it? Well, don't give up because everyone can be fighting fit - and that includes you. All that's needed is a little help from our experts. Gibbins, Nathalie 759
MY BIKINI PICTURE DROVE STAR WILD; THE PHONE-SEX BLACKMAIL TRIAL. Armstrong, Jeremy; Fisher, Lorraine 1098
My first reaction was 'Why me?' But I felt I had a duty to speak out; MSP'S CANCER HELL. Barry, Maggie 835
Naked intruder warning. Servini, Nick 114
News at 10 from BBC. Moynihan, Tim 141
News at ten? I don't believe it; LAST NIGHT'S VIEW. Quinn, Thomas 322
Och Aye the nanoo nanoo. Tibbetts, Graham 103
Opening shot. Sawyer, Miranda 443
PEACE CRISIS TALKS. Jones, Gary 127
Police chief in smear claim. Marland, Ian 119
POLICE PROBE PROVO LINK TO JOJO MURDER; Flanagan vows to find killers. Roberts, Joe 255
POPE AND QUEEN IN NORTH PEACE TALKS; Meeting in Vatican library. 325
pounds 10k knife terror raid. Ramsay, Heather 132
Product debunk What's all the fuss about... creams for tired eyes? 238
PSYCHO KILLERS WILL USE MYRA'S LAW TO GO FREE; Evil Scots plan human rights row appeals. Nuwar, Sara 492
Queen's style goes off the rails. Kerr, Jane 100
Quick fix Halibut with prosciutto and herby mash Serves 4. Knox, Lucy 158
Racing: May Ball finished sixth in the Prix de Saint Cyr at Deauville. 128
Racing: TAMBURLAINE TO CAST SPELL. Judge, Chris 158
Rap over three Rs. Education, Richard Garner 119
Regrets . . eye have a few; MICHAEL ASPEL ON WHY HE'S ASHAMED OF HIS PLASTIC SURGERY. Grice, Elizabeth 1411
RHODRI FACES A BITTER BATTLE INSIDE LABOUR; Anger swells as balance of Assembly power shifts. Starling, Paul 774
ROBBIE LEFT ME BROKEN HEARTED; Fan Victoria, 6, weeps after star's cruel snub. Nuwar, Sara 318
ROBBIE: I'LL SING WHEN I'M FLINGING; Star's sexy Highland jig drives his fans wild. Nuwar, Sara 455
Ronan's dream of Elvis duet. 145
ROYLES' BAN ON TV CIGS; Breather for baby. Quinn, Thomas 111
Rugby League: Sorry Jason, you'll hate being part of the 'boring' union; SAYS ANDY FARRELL. Spink, Alex 600
Rugby League: Why you'll miss us Robinson; EXCLUSIVE. Spink, Alex 289
Rugby Union: Gord knocked out of Scots squad; HOOKER FLOORED. Boyd, Kevin 617
Rugby Union: Simo's no Lion - yet. 93
Rugby Union: Thomas backing Jenkins. 207
Rugby Union: You cite two of ours, we'll cite three of yours; SWANSEA GO TIT-FOR-TAT. Stephens, Hugh 425
Runaway locks in staff. Kelleher, Lynne 197
Schoolboy,13, denies knife rape. Lamport, Jason 124
Shamed nun money claims. Ramsay, Heather 108
SHANE'S SO SHY, JORDAN; Coyzone star's hide 'n' sulk act. Martin, Paul 346
Shopping: into the fold; Space a little short? No room to swing a cat, let alone a three- piece suite? Not to worry. These days you can buy all manner of space- saving goodies that can be unfolded when you need them, and stored away when you're done. Sneaky, but very effective. 146
Shy guy Shane; COYZONE STAR'S HIDE 'N' SULK ACT WITH JORDAN. Martin, Paul 431
Siamese parents go on TV; EXCLUSIVE. Jones, Gary 173
Snooker: Aisle be off says Higgins. 83
SO JUST WHO DID KILL MY GENTLE HUBBY?; Anguish of Guard's wife. Lamport, Jason 361
SOLDIER DONATED ORGANS. 234
SONY AXE 400; Electronic giants blame strong pound for job losses. Servini, Nick 321
Sony to axe 400 workers. Morris, Nigel 117
Speedway: Aces could go to dogs. 105
Steal the star look; How to get Jamelia's soul-sister vibe. 257
SUPERMARKET SHORT CUTS: ROASTED VEG PASTA. Knox, Lucy 81
Suzy in the City: ..for a switch. Jagger, Suzy 91
Suzy in the City: All abroad.. Jagger, Suzy 101
Suzy in the City: Catwalk careersbeckon at hotel. Jagger, Suzy 121
Suzy in the City: Dublin prices. Jagger, Suzy 531
Suzy in the City: Firms angle for new blood. Jagger, Suzy 196
Suzy in the City: Flash geezer. Jagger, Suzy 85
Suzy in the City: Germans warm to Irish charms. Jagger, Suzy 127
Suzy in the City: High cost of low tax; Euro-alert at fuelling inflation. Parkin, Chris 228
Suzy in the City: Market movers. Jagger, Suzy 146
Suzy in the City: Rumble in the jungle. Jagger, Suzy 165
Suzy in the City: Scrambled Egg; INVESTORS MOVE OUT. Jagger, Suzy 205
Suzy in the City: Tips of the day - Buy! Buy! Jagger, Suzy 129
Suzy in the City: TIPS OF THE DAY - Sell! Sell! Jagger, Suzy 143
TD Lawlor in tribunal court row. 168
Tennis: HENMAN: NOW I'M TIGER TIM. Garside, Kevin 284
TENNIS: TOUGH TIM'S HEART OF GOLD. Garside, Kevin 262
The love diet; can you eat your way to success with men?; There's a new weapon in the single New York babe's sexual armoury. It's the Love Diet, and it promises to help you pull. We asked two M girls to follow the regime - and put it to the test. McKay, Linda; Bradbury, Amanda 1197
THE MANDELSON DEBATE; If there's trouble, he is at the bottom of it Blair cannot lose his political soul mate. Routledge, Paul; Macmahon, Peter 1300
They have been locked in jail with killers and paedophiles..I want to put magic back in their childhood; DAY TWO: TRAGIC HUSBAND'S FIGHT FOR NEPAL'S INNOCENTS. Swain, Gill 1739
tour guide. 141
Trimble: I'll take action on IRA guns. Mcginn, Dan 180
TRUCKLOAD OF COURAGE; Lorry driver hauls family from blazing car wreckage. Tibbetts, Graham 467
Violent floods bring death and chaos. Dowdney, Mark 140
Voice Of The Mirror: Kate's fan-tastic. 129
Voice Of The Mirror: Time to end a damaging squabble. 359
Wanted Beggs on way back. 156
Water companies want bigger bills. Servini, Nick 175
WE'RE FLYING TO NOWHERE; Chaos hits Ireland's airports as Aer Lingus flight crews' 24-hour strike grounds the fleet for first time in 20yrs. Foxe, Ken 1811
Westlife Spice up pop war. 129
What you say... what he (actually) hears; Open, honest, no hidden agendas - that's women for you. So why oh why can't blokes understand a blooming word we say? 145
WIN A VIP TRIP TO THE BREEDERS CUP IN KENTUCKY. 179
WIN SAUCY NEATH NUDE CALENDARS. 137
You get the last word... A tiny selection from our huge mailbag. 376
YOU MORONS; EXCLUSIVE: Quitting Masterchef star Loyd blasts BBC changes as 'lunacy'. Methven, Nicola 603
You want... you need... you must have; So much to do, so little time - let us prioritise for you. 1035
Your problems: Miriam Stoppard's advice column: I can't face pain of her tale of abuse. Stoppard, Miriam 1249

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