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is in sight at coffee shop summit

is in sight at coffee shop summit

SUNDAY MIRROR, June 6, 1999 PAGE 5
6 June 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
JUNIOR doctor Kate Adams has just finished a gruelling 34- hour shift. It marks the end of a week in

JUNIOR doctor Kate Adams has just finished a gruelling 34- hour shift. It marks the end of a week in

which she has notched up more than 70 hours at work, for which she'll be paid £3OO. Pale and drawn, her eyes are bloodshot and she's so tired she can barely speak. Yet, if you're unlucky enough to fall sick, your life could be in her hands. This week the 32-year-old tended to al
6 June 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
KERB-CRAWLERS FACE DRIVING BAN

KERB-CRAWLERS FACE DRIVING BAN

It's make your mind up time. Do you want an Accent Siena, or a smaller, more expensive, less powerful car? Would you like 0% finance for a year? How about three years' unlimited mileage warranty, three years' Hyundai RAC Assistance, an Immobiliser, driver's airbag and a radio ca
6 June 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
EXCLUSIVE by DAVID ROWE

EXCLUSIVE by DAVID ROWE

NOTHING is safer than flying... it's one of those reassuring thoughts millions cling on to as their plane hurtles down the runway. Yet a new book claims nothing is further from the truth. Only motorcyles are a more dangerous form of transport, argues author Andrew Weir. Shoddy d
6 June 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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`Tearaways' have hit on a bumper idea WE are too quick in this countr3 to discredit our youth, ill too often branding tleir actions as those of 'tearaways," rather than examining the far-reaching social benefits of their strange, yet often enlightened, acts of behaviour. Take as
6 June 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
THAT'S MY LOTT

THAT'S MY LOTT

LOTTERY winner Mark Gardiner is to sell soccer club Hastings Town to a mystery consortium. Mark, who scooped £ll million, invested heavily in the club but last year it went £60,000 into the red.
6 June 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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6 June 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
UP TO 35% MORE FOR MY OLD ENDOWMENT If your 'with profits' policy is over 7 years old with a

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6 June 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
CASHING IN YOUR • ENDOWMENT* -.f--' `~~

CASHING IN YOUR • ENDOWMENT* -.f--' `~~

CASHING IN YOUR ENDOWMENT* - .f--' FUN: Are jet skis covered? Check out the cover on that holiday fun \ ~,,, \f - /- , \ ~, ) ..;), , . \ s ......, ' 1 , . - ® ) , ,-. \ ' , , .., , . , \ t, 4s. -\ \
6 June 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
By JOIA SHILLINGFORD

By JOIA SHILLINGFORD

only two of the 20 items that I ordered were delivered. They were not sent from my local Hammersmith store in West London but from Osterley, miles away." Mrs Batten, a busy mother of two who likes the idea of home shopping, has not ordered from the company again. Jackie Schneide
6 June 1999 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England