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Articles from January 1, 2013

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10 of the Best Dressed; WE TAKE A LOOK AT ALL THE FASHIONABLE LEADING LADIES WHO DID 2012 IN STYLE
Byline: DEMELZA de BURCA news@irishmirror.ie ACTRESSES, models and a member of the royal family make up the list of the best dressed stars of 2012. As we embrace a New Year, let's take note of the fashion stars of last year. 2012 was such a busy...
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2012 GOES OUT T WITH A BANG; DMUULS DMUULS DERRY BASH KICKS OFF CITY OF CULTURE YEAR Huge Celebrations across the World as We Ring in New Year
Byline: MAURICE FITZMAURICE n.ireland@mirror.co.uk DERRY'S Peace Bridge lit up last night as thousands turned out to ring in the New Year and welcome the beginning of the City of Culture celebrations. The fuse for Derry's largest fireworks display...
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2012 GOES OUT WITH A BANG; DMEEIR THE WORLD WELCOMES 2013.. Celebrations and Fireworks Displays across Ireland as We Ring in New Year
Byline: BRYNMOR PATTISON and MIRROR REPORTERS news@irishmirror.ie IRELAND sparkled and shone last night as festivals across country rang in 2013. Cheers of delight erupted in every city, town and village as the clocks struck midnight and the...
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2012 Saw the UK Economy [.]
2012 SAW THE UK ECONOMY IN THE GRIP OF A DOUBLE-DIP RECESSION AND CONSUMER CONFIDENCE ON A KNIFE-EDGE. SO, WHAT WILL 2013 BRING? YOUR MONEY ASKED SOME OF OUR BIGGEST BUSINESS STARS TO REVEAL THEIR HOPES AND FEARS FOR THE NEW YEAR your money Dalton...
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2013; 2012 SAW THE UK ECONOMY IN THE GRIP OF A DOUBLE-DIP RECESSION AND CONSUMER CONFIDENCE ON A KNIFE-EDGE. SO, WHAT WILL 2013 BRING? YOUR MONEY ASKED SOME OF OUR BIGGEST BUSINESS STARS TO REVEAL THEIR HOPES AND FEARS FOR THE NEW YEAR Yourmoney
Byline: Edited by GRAHAM HISCOTT mirror.co.uk/money GRAHAM HISCOTT HIS @grahamhiscott Dalton Philips, chief executive, Morrisons Q Economy. Hopeful or worried?Both. I'm hopeful that in the long run the British economy will return to fighting form,...
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2013; 2012 SAW THE UK ECONOMY IN THE GRIP OF A DOUBLE-DIP RECESSION AND CONSUMER CONFIDENCE ON A KNIFE-EDGE. SO, WHAT WILL 2013 BRING? YOUR MONEY ASKED SOME OF OUR BIGGEST BUSINESS STARS TO REVEAL THEIR HOPES AND FEARS FOR THE NEW YEAR; Your Money
Byline: Edited by GRAHAM HISCOTT Dalton Philips, chief executive, Morrisons Q Economy. Hopeful or worried? Both. I'm hopeful that in the long run the British economy will return to fighting form, but there will be bumps along the way. Q...
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2013.. No Royal Baby Bounce for Cameron
Byline: Kevin Maguire IT'S time for Mystic Mag to peer into his crystal ball to foresee 2013's momentous events. The Chinese call it the Year of the Snake and these are my predictions of slippery politicians with venomous policies. WE'RE NOT...
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A CLEVER BUY; Lambert: You Don't Have to Be Einstein to Sell Villa to New Recruits
Byline: JAMES NURSEY and ANN GRIPPER PAUL LAMBERT insists Aston Villa can still sign quality players this month despite their alarming slide. Villa have endured a disastrous Christmas, going down 8-0 at Chelsea then 4-0 and 3-0 respectively at...
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A CLEVER BUY; SWANSEA V A. VILLA TODAY KO 3pm; Lambert: You Don't Have to Be Einstein to Sell Villa to New Recruits
Byline: JAMES NURSEY and ANN GRIPPER PAUL LAMBERT insists Aston Villa can still sign quality players this month despite their alarming slide. Villa have endured a disastrous Christmas, going down 8-0 at Chelsea then 4-0 and 3-0 respectively at...
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A CLEVER BUY; TODAY SWANSEA V A. VILLA KO 3pm
Byline: JAMES NURSEY and ANN GRIPPER PAUL LAMBERT insists Aston Villa can still sign quality players this month despite their alarming slide. Villa have endured a disastrous Christmas, going down 8-0 at Chelsea then 4-0 and 3-0 respectively at...
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A CLEVER BUY; TODAY SWANSEA V A. VILLA KO 3pm Lambert: You Don't Have to Be Einstein to Sell Villa to New Recruits
Byline: JAMES NURSEY and ANN GRIPPER PAUL LAMBERT insists Aston Villa can still sign quality players this month despite their alarming slide. Villa have endured a disastrous Christmas, going down 8-0 at Chelsea then 4-0 and 3-0 respectively at...
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A CLEVER BUY; TODAY SWANSEA V A. VILLA KO 3pm Lambert: You Don't Have to Be Einstein to Sell Villa to New Recruits Referee:
By JAMES NURSEY and ANN GRIPPER PAUL LAMBERT insists Aston Villa can still sign quality players this month despite their alarming slide. Villa have endured a disastrous Christmas, going down 8-0 at Chelsea then 4-0 and 3-0 respectively at home to...
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Air Force 1D; HARRY & LADS TO GET OWN JET FOR WORLD TOUR
Byline: Clemmie Moodie's 3am with Ashleigh Rainbird HARRY Styles may have had a taste of living the high life flying around in girlfriend Taylor Swift's private jet, but now his 1D bandmates are getting in on the action and getting their own plane....
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Air Force1D; HARRY & LADS TO GET OWN JET FOR WORLD TOUR
Byline: Clemmie Moodie's 3am with Ashleigh Rainbird HARRY Styles may have had a taste of living the high life flying around in girlfriend Taylor Swift's private jet, but now his 1D bandmates are getting in on the action and getting their own plane....
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AMERICA BACKS OFF FROM THE CLIFF EDGE; GLOBAL ECONOMIC JITTERS Obama: Deal 'Within Sight'
Byline: JAMES LYONS DEPUTY POLITICAL EDITOR james.lyons@mirror.co.uk BARACK Obama last night declared a deal to stop America plunging over a "fiscal cliff" was close - but not done yet. As negotiations on a PS378billion package of tax rises and...
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AMERICA BACKS OFF FROM THE CLIFF EDGE; GLOBAL ECONOMIC JITTERS; Obama: Deal 'Within Sight'
Byline: JAMES LYONS DEPUTY POLITICAL EDITOR james.lyons@mirror.co.uk BARACK Obama last night declared a deal to stop America plunging over a "fiscal cliff" was close - but not done yet. As negotiations on a PS378billion package of tax rises and...
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A NEU YEAR .. BUT SAME OLD STORY; We Can Get a Bank Debt Deal Says Minister
Byline: SARAH BARDON BY news@irishmirror.ie THE Government is confident it can get a deal on our crippling bank debt, a junior minister said yesterday. As the country marked the beginning of its Presidency of the European Union, Lucinda Creighton...
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"April, You Should Be Home. ' MUM'S PLEA FOR MISSING GIRL
Byline: ADAM ASPINALL adam.aspinall@mirror.co.uk THE distraught mum of missing five-year-old April Jones yesterday told of her constant anguish in a poignant message to her daughter. It's the It is three months today since her little girl disappeared,...
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'April, You Should Be Home' MUM'S PLEA FOR MISSING GIRL
Byline: ADAM ASPINALL adam.aspinall@mirror.co.uk THE distraught mum of missing five-year-old April Jones yesterday told of her constant anguish in a poignant message to her daughter. It is three months today since her little girl disappeared,...
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April, You Should Be Home; MUM'S PLEA FOR MISSING GIRL
Byline: ADAM ASPINALL adam.aspinall@mirror.co.uk THE distraught mum of missing five-year-old April Jones yesterday told of her constant anguish in a poignant message to her daughter. It is three months today since her little girl disappeared,...
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As You Where at Top; Round-Up Roundup
IT was business as usual as Ards bagged three points from their festive derby cracker to keep them top of the tree going into 2013. Niall Currie's men bounced back from their shock Steel & Sons final defeat by getting one over on landlords Bangor...
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AVB BACKS MAGIC OF LENNON; SPURS V READING, TODAY 3pm
Byline: NEIL MCLEMAN ANDRE VILLAS-BOAS claims Aaron Lennon has taken his game to "another level" this season. Fellow flyer Gareth Bale will be suspended for Reading's visit to White Hart Lane today after picking up another booking for diving....
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BA Still Dreams of Blues
Byline: DARREN LEWIS DEMBA BA'S agents expect talks with Chelsea to resume his week after a hitch in his move to Stamford Bridge. The Newcastle striker (above), who has already hit 13 goals this season, is wanted by the Blues but talks broke...
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BA STILL DREAMS OF BLUES; Football Spy; BA'S MOVE TO BLUES STILL ON
Byline: DARREN LEWIS DEMBA BA'S agents expect talks with Chelsea to resume his week after a hitch in his move to Stamford Bridge. The Newcastle striker (above), who has already hit 13 goals this season, is wanted by the Blues but talks broke...
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Beasts Who Terrorised and Killed While Free
GERARD KANE A COURT in November heard how the serial burglar was on bail when he broke into a woman's house and repeatedly raped her. The 36-year-old threatened to bury his victim in the back garden and said he would hang himself if she went to...
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Beat the Bloat; IF YOU'VE OVERDONE IT AND LOOK LIKE YOU'RE HAVING A 'FOOD BABY', HERE'S HOW TO FLATTEN YOUR TUMMY IN JANUARY. BY MICHELE O'CONNOR
Byline: IN JANUARY. BY MICHELE O'CONNOR 1Eat asparagus It's rich in potassium, which helps regulate the fluid balance in your body, keeping bloat at bay. High-potassium foods include bananas, cantaloupe, mangoes, spinach, tomatoes and nuts, but...
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Beat the Bloat; IF YOU'VE OVERDONE IT AND LOOK LIKE YOU'RE HAVING A 'FOOD BABY', HERE'S HOW TO FLATTEN YOUR TUMMY IN JANUARY. BY MICHELE O'CONNOR
Byline: MICHELE O'CONNOR 1Eat asparagus It's rich in potassium, which helps regulate the fluid balance in your body, keeping bloat at bay. High-potassium foods include bananas, cantaloupe, mangoes, spinach, tomatoes and nuts, but asparagus also...
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Beat the Bloat; IF YOU'VE OVERDONE IT AND LOOK LIKE YOU'RE HAVING A 'FOOD BABY', HERE'S HOW TO FLATTEN YOUR TUMMY IN JANUARY. BY MICHELE O'CONNOR
Byline: MICHELE O'CONNOR 1 Eat asparagus It's rich in potassium, which helps regulate the fluid balance in your body, keeping bloat at bay. High-potassium foods include bananas, cantaloupe, mangoes, spinach, tomatoes and nuts, but asparagus also...
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BELLS RINGING IN NEW YEAR; Dec Predicts Successful 2013 at Dromara
Byline: MAXIE SWAIN maxieswain@hotmail.com DROMARA Village striker Declan O'Connor reckons his side have the strength-in-depth to sustain a three-pronged assault on silverware this season. The Bellsbridge outfit are currently setting the pace...
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BEST OF BUNCH FOR BRADY; RADCLIFFE Win Means So Much to Everyone at Club Says Jeff
Byline: CHRIS SHERRARD chris.sherrard@mirror.co.uk JEFF Brady is looking for Loughgall to use their Bob Radcliffe Cup victory as a springboard for the remainder of the league campaign. The Villagers fought back from a goal down at the break to...
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BLUES GETTING RICH QUICK; RUGBY HOOKER FIT FOR 6 NATIONS; Strauss Is Latest in Long Line of Stars Returning from Injury Lay-Offs
Byline: MICHAEL SCULLY irishsport@mirror.co.uk LEINSTER'S good news kept coming yesterday after it was confirmed that Richardt Strauss is set to return in time for the Six Nations. The new Ireland hooker, who made his Test debut against his native...
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BOMB COULD HAVE KILLED COP'S FAMILY; Two Men Arrested over Attack
Byline: JILLY BEATTIE j.beattie@mgn.co.uk DISSIDENTS altered their tactics and planted a bomb under the passenger seat of a policeman's car. A security source in the North confirmed yesterday they believe the attackers were prepared to blow up...
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BOMB COULD HAVE KILLED COP'S FAMILY; Two Men Held over Booby Trap
Byline: JILLY BEATTIE j.beattie@mgn.co.uk DISSIDENTS altered their tactics and planted a bomb under the passenger seat of a policeman's car. A security source confirmed yesterday they believe the attackers were prepared to blow up the officer's...
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Brady on Defensive for Blues
Byline: PAT NOLAN NEW Dublin recruit Tomas Brady has been pitched in at full-back for today's Dubs Stars challenge at St Peregrine's. Brady, a long-time lynchpin of the Dublin hurling team, was surprisingly drafted over to the football panel...
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Bullying Boss Leaves Me in Tears at Work
Dear Coleen, I started a new job three months ago and my manager started alongside me. I have no experience in the job other than general sales but I find my manager is constantly second-guessing my work by following up on everything I do. My colleague...
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Bullying Boss Leaves Me in Tears at Work; Dear Coleen; BRITAIN'S MOST STRAIGHT-TALKING PROBLEM PAGE
Byline: Coleen Nolan Dear Coleen, I started a new job three months ago and my manager started alongside me. I have no experience in the job other than general sales but I find my manager is constantly second-guessing my work by following up on...
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Bullying Boss Leaves Me in Tears at Work; Dear Coleen; IRELANDS'S MOST STRAIGHT-TALKING PROBLEM PAGE
Byline: Coleen Nolan Dear Coleen, I started a new job three months ago and my manager started alongside me. I have no experience in the job other than general sales but I find my manager is constantly second-guessing my work by following up on...
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Burns Aiming to Top the Lot
Byline: MAXIE SWAINCRUMLIN Star skipper Ciaran Burns says his club fear no one after they wrapped up back-to-back Border Cup titles over Christmas. The 25-year-old centre back has been an integral part of his club's success over recent seasons as...
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Cahill: We Can Catch Top Two
Byline: MARTIN LIPTON GARY CAHILL last night challenged Chelsea to reel in Manchester City - and then set about pipping Manchester United to the Premier League title. The England central defender epitomised the resolution Rafa Benitez's men needed...
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Cameron's Got to Go; Yourletters
Byline: FIONA PARKER I FIRMLY believe what goes around comes around so both Cameron and Clegg should be careful their policies do not inflict more suffering on the weakest in society. We are most definitely not all in this together, Mr Cameron,...
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Cameron's Got to Go; Your Letters
Byline: FIONA PARKER I FIRMLY believe what goes around comes around so both Cameron and Clegg should be careful their policies do not inflict more suffering on the weakest in society. We are most definitely not all in this together, Mr Cameron,...
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Championship 1 & 2 Stats
Byline: MARSHALL GILLESPIE GAME OF THE DAY, SAT, JANUARY 6 Institute v Knockbreda: Intermediate Cup Rd3 ARDENS SED VIRENS Institute would be well advised not to take the visit of Championship 2 leaders Knockbreda lightly this coming Saturday as...
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Clarke on a Revenge Mission
Byline: IAN EDWARDS STEVE CLARKE wants to speed up Fulham's Premier League tailspin as payback for the humiliation suffered at Craven Cottage earlier in the season. The West Brom boss is not one to normally carry a grudge, but he is still smarting...
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CLIFF HANGER; Newington's Skipper Adams Ready for Tense Battle for Title
Byline: MAXIE SWAIN maxieswain@hotmail.com SEAN ADAMS believes Newington may adapt a siege mentality as they hunt down a fourth Premier Division title in five years. The north Belfast club have closed ranks in the face of adversity this season,...
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CROSS BORDER SEARCH ON FOR TEEN'S KILLERS; Victim, 19, Found Dead Hours after Mob Attack in Street
Byline: PAT TIERNEY and CATHAL MCMAHON news@irishmirror.ie A TEENAGER was found dead yesterday hours after he was attacked in a late-night brawl. Jason McGovern, 19, and a pal were set upon twice as they returned home from a nightclub in Omagh,...
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Cup Action Curtails Leagues; Mid-Ulster Preview
Byline: CHRIS SHERRARD THE New Year begins with a familiar tale for Mid-Ulster sides. The first fixtures of 2013 on Saturday are dominated by cup commitments. Intermediate A top guns Dollingstown, Tandragee Rovers and Camlough Rovers, together...
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Dai of Newt ..Toe of Frog; REV'S WELSH WITCHES WARNING
Byline: ADAM ASPINALL adam.aspinall@mirror.co.uk A CHURCH minister claims witchcraft is thriving across his rural parishes. Rev Felix Aubel, below, says he has come across the use of effigies and the "evil eye" during his career in the countryside....
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Darren Lewis's Club-by-Club Guide to Who Needs Who in the Transfer Window
THE SCRAMBLE for January transfer window gold is set to be more frenzied than ever this month. With the market opens for business, clubs will move in for the players they believe can transform their seasons. The acquisitions of the likes of Demba...
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Dr Miriam Stoppard's Health Focus
Byline: Miriam Stoppard's APPLES There's a lot of truth in the saying an apple a day keeps the doctor away. First, they help reduce cholesterol. A study from Florida State University in the US found they can lower harmful levels. The same...
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Eat, Drink and Be Healthy
Byline: Miriam Stoppard IF you have partied a little too hard this festive season, when it comes to recovering from an excess of food and alcohol our liver, kidneys and lungs are designed to cleanse our bodies and get rid of any waste. The best...
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Eat, Drink and Be Healthy
IF you have partied a little too hard this festive season, when it comes to recovering from an excess of food and alcohol our liver, kidneys and lungs are designed to cleanse our bodies and get rid of any waste. The best thing you can do is eat...
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Eat, Drink and Be Healthy; Health Focus
Byline: Miriam Stoppard IF you have partied a little too hard this festive season, when it comes to recovering from an excess of food and alcohol our liver, kidneys and lungs are designed to cleanse our bodies and get rid of any waste. The best...
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ENTITLED TO BELIEVE; SOCCER SAINTS EYEING SILVER LINING; O'Brien: We Showed Enough Last Year to Prove We're Contenders
Byline: PAUL O'HEHIR irishsport@mirror.co.uk GER O'BRIEN is still haunted by St Pat's FAI Cup final defeat - but insists it will make them a better team next season. The Saints enjoyed a fine summer in Europe but their league title tilt fizzled...
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Even Footballers Call Me an Inspiration. That's When I Thought 'Jesus, We Have Done Something, We Are on a Par with Olympians' WE'VE 3,000 PLACES UP FOR GRABS EXCLUSIVELY FOR READERS CHIEF SPORTS WRITER OLIVER HOLT MEETS PARALYMPICS HERO DAVID WEIR
Byline: OLIVER HOLT EXCLUSIVE IT IS difficult to imagine now that there was once a time when David Weir might, even for a little while, have felt sorry for himself. He raced like a superhuman at the Paralympics in the summer. He won four golds....
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Fans Think I'll Be like Nessa ..One Showed Me a Picture of a Naked Man and I Had to Look Away! Luckily They See Me More as Stella Now; RUTH JONES ON THE PERILS OF PLAYING FAME GAME
Byline: EXCLUSIVE BY RACHAEL BLETCHLY rachael.bletchly@mirror.co.uk AGROWING list of accolades. BAFTA awards. Chilling out with the President of the United States... Ruth Jones is a superstar in demand. Which means my allotted time with her is...
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Fans Think I'll Be like Nessa ..One Showed Me a Picture of a Naked Man and I Had to Look Away! Luckily They See Me More as Stella Now; RUTH JONES ON THE PERILS OF PLAYING FAME GAME; EXCLUSIVE
Byline: RACHAEL BLETCHLY rachael.bletchly@mirror.co.uk A GROWING list of accolades. BAFTA awards. Chilling out with the President of the United States... Ruth Jones is a superstar in demand. Which means my allotted time with her is supposed to...
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Fra Is Happy to See Run Go On
Byline: MAXIE SWAIN CRUMLIN Star attacker Fra Murphy hopes their Border Cup triumph last week can usher in a new era of success under Sean Brown. The new man at the helm of the all-conquering Ardoyne side had big boots to fill when he took the...
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FREEFALL STOPPED BY JOHN; New Boss Turns Round 'Money
Byline: CHRIS SHERRARD chris.sherrard@mirror.co.uk AS starts to a managerial reign go, John Fall couldn't have wished for much better. After taking over as boss of his hometown team Ballymoney United, he has steered them to three straight league...
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GET OUT..AND GET YOUR SKATES ON! Jen Tells Dancing on Ice Ex Sylvain to Move Out
Byline: EXCLUSIVE BY TOM BRYANT DEPUTY SHOWBIZ EDITOR tom.bryant@mirror.co.uk DEVASTATED Jennifer Metcalfe has ordered Dancing on Ice star Sylvain Longchambon to quit their home, saying: "I want you out - now." The Hollyoaks beauty, 29, told...
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GET OUT..AND GET YOUR SKATES ON! Jen Tells Dancing on Ice Ex Sylvain to Move out; EXCLUSIVE
Byline: TOM BRYANT DEPUTY SHOWBIZ EDITOR tom.bryant@mirror.co.uk DEVASTATED Jennifer Metcalfe has ordered Dancing on Ice star Sylvain Longchambon to quit their home, saying: "I want you out - now." The Hollyoaks beauty, 29, told Sylvain to pack...
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GHOST OF CHRISTMAS Just PAST IS LAID TO REST; McDowell Double Gives Currie and Fans a Lift after Steel & Sons Low
ARDS boss Niall Currie admits he and his players were glad for an instant opportunity to redeem themselves after their Christmas Day dreams turned to nightmares. The Championship 1 league leaders were heavy favourites to claim the Steel & Sons...
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Gibson Would Jump at Call Up
Byline: MAXIE SWAIN RICHARD Gibson hopes his Steel Cup masterclass can help him force his way back into Eddie Patterson's plans. The Glentoran hitman's clinical headed double at Seaview on Christmas Day was in stark contrast to the wasteful finishing...
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GIT KILLING: MAN HELD; Suspect Related to Ex Irish International Soccer Player
Byline: EXCLUSIVE CATHAL MCMAHON Crime Reporter BY news@irishmirror.ie A RELATIVE of a former Irish international soccer player was arrested yesterday over the murder of Christopher "Git" Warren. The 35-year-old dad of three died after he was...
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Give a Dog a Home. HELP OUT AN XMAS STRAY
Byline: DAMIEN FLETCHER damien.fletcher@mirror.co.uk COULD you give one of these adorable pooches a yappy New Year? Each of the dogs here has been abandoned over Christmas, and some in heartbreaking circumstances. From a loving lurcher to a dashing...
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GLAD TO BE DUN; Derby Double Delights Miskelly
WELDERS boss Paul Miskelly completed the double over derby rivals Dundela at the weekend - and immediately heaped praise on the Wilgar Park side. The victory lifted Miskelly's men to within two places of the Duns in Championship 1 as they lead the...
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HILLARY CLINTON'S BLOOD CLOT AGONY; Rushed to Hospital by Medics
Byline: ALUN PALMER alun.palmer@mirror.co.uk HILLARY Clinton was in hospital last night being treated for a blood clot. The US Secretary of State, 65, suffered concussion when she fainted three weeks ago and doctors found the clot during a follow-up...
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HILLARY CLINTON'S BLOOD CLOT AGONY; Rushed to Hospital by Medics
Byline: ALUN PALMER alun.palmer@mirror.co.uk HILLARY Clinton was in hospital last night being treated for a blood clot. The US Secretary of State, 65, suffered concussion when she fainted three weeks ago and doctors found the clot during a follow-up...
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HILLARY CLINTON'S BLOOD CLOT AGONY; Rushed to Hospital by Medics
Byline: ALUN PALMER alun.palmer@mirror.co.uk HILLARY Clinton was in hospital last night being treated for a blood clot. The US Secretary of State, 65, suffered concussion when she fainted three weeks ago and doctors found the clot during a follow-up...
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HILLARY CLINTON'S BLOOD CLOT AGONY; Rushed to Hospital by Medics
Byline: ALUN PALMER alun.palmer@mirror.co.uk HILLARY Clinton was in hospital last night being treated for a blood clot. The US Secretary of State, 65, suffered concussion when she fainted three weeks ago and doctors found the clot during a follow-up...
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HILLARY CLINTON'S BLOOD CLOT AGONY; Rushed to Hospital by Medics
Byline: ALUN PALMER alun.palmer@mirror.co.uk HILLARY Clinton was in hospital last night being treated for a blood clot. The US Secretary of State, 65, suffered concussion when she fainted three weeks ago and doctors found the clot during a follow-up...
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HILLARY CLINTON'S BLOOD CLOT AGONY; Rushed to Hospital by Medics
Byline: ALUN PALMER alun.palmer@mirror.co.uk HILLARY Clinton was in hospital last night being treated for a blood clot. The US Secretary of State, 65, suffered concussion when she fainted three weeks ago and doctors found the clot during a follow-up...
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Holidays
TREAT your family to a fun trip, without breaking the bank, with our great Holidays from PS9 deal! Our great offer is back and this year we've got more than 50 fantastic holiday parks across England, Wales and Scotland for you to choose from. You...
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HOLIDAYS from PS9 per Person
TREAT your family to a fun trip, without breaking the bank, with our great Holidays from PS9 deal! Our great offer is back and this year we've got more than 50 fantastic holiday parks across England, Wales and Scotland for you to choose from. You...
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HOLT ISN'T TAKEN FOR GRANTED; WEST HAM V NORWICH, KO 3pm
Byline: JAMES NURSEY RUSSELL MARTIN says Norwich teammate Grant Holt is a lousy neighbour but a brilliant striker who can shoot down West Ham. The Hammers tried to sign Holt (above) in the summer after his 17-goal haul last season. Holt, 31,...
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Ireland Pair out of Action
Byline: PAUL O'HEHIR REPUBLIC of Ireland players Darron Gibson and John O'Shea are facing a race to be fit for the friendly with Poland. Everton confirmed yesterday that Gibson (above) will be sidelined for the next month after scan results showed...
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I've Bin Keeping All Last Year's Rubbish in One Bag; RECYCLER JOHN TOP OF HEAP
Byline: MARTIN FRICKER martin.fricker@mirror.co.uk ECO warrior John Newson has had a totally rubbish year - and he's proud of it. The "extreme recycler" has just been crowned Britain's greenest homeowner. John, 60, made a 2011 New Year resolution...
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KELLY HAS EYE FOR GOAL; Tiernan Double Gets Oxford out of Trouble after Break
Byline: HARRY ALLEN OXFORD Sunnyside Boys were on the way to a shock defeat in the under-13 section of the Lisburn Youth League but Tiernan Kelly came to their rescue after the break when scoring twice and setting up another goal in a 4-1 win. ...
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Kid Kardashian; KANYE BLABS BABY SECRET
Byline: TOM BRYANT DEPUTY SHOWBIZ EDITOR tom.bryant@mirror.co.uk KIM Kardashian's secret pregnancy was leaked by excited boyfriend Kanye West at one of his gigs - without telling her of his plans first. The rapper, 35, took the reality TV star...
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Kid Kardashian; KANYE BLABS BABY SECRET
Byline: TOM BRYANT DEPUTY SHOWBIZ EDITOR tom.bryant@mirror.co.uk KIM Kardashian's secret pregnancy was leaked by excited boyfriend Kanye West at one of his gigs - without telling her of his plans first. The rapper, 35, took the reality TV star...
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Kid Kardashian; KANYE BLABS BABY SECRET
Byline: TOM BRYANT DEPUTY SHOWBIZ EDITOR tom.bryant@mirror.co.uk KIM Kardashian's secret pregnancy was leaked by excited boyfriend Kanye West at one of his gigs - without telling her of his plans first. The rapper, 35, took the reality TV star...
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King Davy Can't Stop Winning; They're off in 2013
Byline: PETER O'HEHIR irishsport@mirror.co.uk Russell double.. & now he wants New Year boost with Roi Du Mee CHAMPION jockey Davy Russell ended 2012 with a double in Punchestown yesterday. Russell endured a frustrating time at Leopardstown...
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KING DAVY CAN'T STOP WINNING; THEY'RE OFF IN 2013 Russell Double. & Now He Wants New Year Boost with Roi Du Mee
Byline: PETER O'HEHIR irishsport@mirror.co.uk CHAMPION jockey Davy Russell ended 2012 with a double in Punchestown yesterday. Russell endured a frustrating time at Leopardstown and Limerick last week, but guided the Tony Martin-trained Bog Warrior...
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LET'S TIPP THE SCALES; NEW HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP YEAR AND A NEW BOSS PROMISE MUCH after Their Worst SHC Defeat in 105 Years Premier Are Eamon to Turn Tables on Kilkenny in 2013
Byline: PAT NOLAN irishsport@mirror.co.uk a 4-IF the 2010 All-Ireland final victory was hailed by some as Tipperary's finest hour, then the swing to this year's semifinal loss is all the more galling for their supporters. The completion of Lar...
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'Losing 17st Was like Getting out of Prison". BLANCHE'S CALL TO SHED THE POUNDS
Byline: ELAINE KEOGH BY news@irishmirror.ie A WOMAN who shed 17 stone has described losing the weight as "like getting out of prison". Now a svelte 12 stone, Blanche Fox, 46, won't worry if she gains an extra couple of pounds over the Christmas...
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NEW YEAR, NEW YOU; MANCHESTER CITY V STOKE CITY, ETIHAD STADIUM, KICK-OFF 3PM I Love Balotelli but He Must Get More Serious and Orthodox in His Private Life. He Will Stay at City. We Do Not Throw Money out of the Window SAYS ROBERTO MANCINI
Byline: DAVID McDONNELL d.mcdonnell@trinitymirror.com MARIO BALOTELLI is staying at Manchester City - because owner Sheikh Mansour believes he will come good. Balotelli's City future looked uncertain with the striker having scored just one Premier...
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NEW YEAR, NEW YOU; MANCHESTER CITY V STOKE CITY, ETIHAD STADIUM, KICK-OFF 3PM; I Love Balotelli but He Must Get More Serious and Orthodox in His Private Life. He Will Stay at City. We Do Not Throw Money out of the Window; SAYS ROBERTO MANCINI
Byline: DAVID McDONNELL d.mcdonnell@trinitymirror.com MARIO BALOTELLI is staying at Manchester City - because owner Sheikh Mansour believes he will come good. Balotelli's City future looked uncertain with the striker having scored just one Premier...
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NEW YEAR, NEW YOU; MANCHESTER CITY V STOKE CITY, ETIHAD STADIUM, KICK-OFF 3PM I Love Balotelli but He Must Get More Serious and Orthodox in His Private Life. He Will Stay at City. We Do Not Throw Money out of the Window SAYS ROBERTO MANCINI THE MAD, MAD WORLD OF MEAN,MOODY MARIO
Byline: DAVID McDONNELL d.mcdonnell@trinitymirror.com MARIO BALOTELLI is staying at Manchester City - because owner Sheikh Mansour believes he will come good. Balotelli's City future looked uncertain with the striker having scored just one Premier...
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NEW YEAR, NEW YOU; TUESDAY 01.1.2013 TUESDAY 01.1.2013 MANCHESTER CITY V STOKE CITY, ETIHAD STADIUM, KICK-OFF 3PM I Love Balotelli but He Must Get More Serious and Orthodox in His Private Life. He Will Stay at City. We Do Not Throw Money out of the Window SAYS ROBERTO MANCINI
Byline: DAVID McDONNELL d.mcdonnell@trinitymirror.com MARIO BALOTELLI is staying at Manchester City - because owner Sheikh Mansour believes he will come good. Balotelli's City future looked uncertain with the striker having scored just one Premier...
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OBESITY DOC IN EVERY HOSPITAL; Plea to Cut PS5bn Cost of Fat Brits
Byline: ANDREW GREGORY HEALTH CORRESPONDENT andrew.gregory@mirror.co.uk EVERY hospital must have a dedicated obesity doctor to help combat the country's fat epidemic, experts warn today. NHS trusts are poorly equipped to cope with one of the...
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ONLY WAY IS UP; Trophies Are Great but Hill Only Wants His Players to Make First Team Breakthrough
Byline: MAXIE SWAIN maxieswain@hotmail.com GLENTORAN II boss Spike Hill was thrilled to win Christmas Day's Steel Cup battle - but he insists the war goes on. For while most managers live and die by silverware, the Wee Glens chief is immersed...
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OUR LILY MISSES YOU SO MUCH.. MYSTERY OF SCHOOLBOY DAD Mum's Tearful Plea after Her Baby's 16-Year-Old Father Just Disappears
Byline: PAUL BYRNE paul.byrne@mirror.co.uk YOUNG mum Charlotte Mason had been looking forward to spending her first Christmas and New Year together as a proper family. But yesterday she broke down in tears as she begged the schoolboy father of...
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OUR LILY MISSES YOU SO MUCH.. MYSTERY OF SCHOOLBOY DAD; Mum's Tearful Plea after Her Baby's 16-Year-Old Father Just Disappears
Byline: PAUL BYRNE paul.byrne@mirror.co.uk YOUNG mum Charlotte Mason had been looking forward to spending her first Christmas and New Year together as a proper family. But yesterday she broke down in tears as she begged the schoolboy father of...
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OUR LILY MISSES YOU SO MUCH.. MYSTERY OF SCHOOLBOY DADMum's Tearful Plea after Her Baby's 16-Year-Old Father Just Disappears
Byline: PAUL BYRNE paul.byrne@mirror.co.uk YOUNG mum Charlotte Mason had been looking forward to spending her first Christmas and New Year together as a proper family. But yesterday she broke down in tears as she begged the schoolboy father of...
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RAMPAGE OF THE BAILED SUSPECTS; ++ VIOLENT IRELAND ++ 11 Murders and 40 Sexual Offences by Vicious Thugs
Byline: EXCLUSIVE SARAH BARDON BY news@irishmirror.ie CRIME suspects given bail by the courts went on a rampage of murder, rape and burglary over 18 months, figures revealed yesterday. The thugs were allowed to roam the streets, notching up a...
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Relax .. Frankie Can Do It!
Byline: NEWSBOY WITH Cheltenham being abandoned yesterday morning this isn't quite the start Channel 4 had in mind for their new-look racing coverage with four races from Musselburgh being featured. 1.05 We really mean business from the start...
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ROBBING : ROBERTO REVEALS HIS BIGGEST REGRET 'RVP MAY COST US TITLE' I Nearly Signed Him for City ..and His Decision Could Cost Us Title 'RVP MAY COST US TITLE'
Byline: DAVID McDONNELL ROBERTO MANCINI fears missing out on Robin van Persie will ultimately cost Manchester City their Premier League title. Mancini claimed City were "very close" to signing the Dutch striker before he chose to join Manchester...
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ROBBING VAN PERSIE; 3,000 PLACES FOR YOU - P54-55 ROBERTO REVEALS HIS BIGGEST REGRET 'RVP MAY COST US TITLE' Mancini: I Nearly Signed Him for City ..and His Decision Could Cost Us Title 'RVP MAY COST US TITLE'
Byline: DAVID McDONNELL ROBERTO MANCINI fears missing out on Robin van Persie will ultimately cost Manchester City their Premier League title. Mancini claimed City were "very close" to signing the Dutch striker before he chose to join Manchester...
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ROBBING VAN PERSIE; ROBERTO REVEALS HIS BIGGEST REGRET 'RVP MAY COST US TITLE' I Nearly Signed Him for City ..and His Decision Could Cost Us Title 'RVP MAY COST US TITLE'
Byline: DAVID McDONNELL ROBERTO MANCINI fears missing out on Robin van Persie will ultimately cost Manchester City their Premier League title. Mancini claimed City were "very close" to signing the Dutch striker before he chose to join Manchester...
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ROCKING ALL OVER THE WORLD; WIGAN V MAN UTD KICK-OFF TODAY 3pm Fergie: Goal-Crazy Matches Win Us Fans. but Must Stop
Byline: DAVID MCDONNELL d.mcdonnell@trinitymirror.com SIR ALEX FERGUSON believes Manchester United's cavalier style and goal-crazy season has seen their popularity soar around the world. United's 28 games in all competitions this term have yielded...
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ROCKING ALL OVER THE WORLD; WIGAN V MAN UTD KICK-OFF TODAY 3pm; Fergie: Goal-Crazy Matches Win Us Fans. but Must Stop
Byline: DAVID MCDONNELL d.mcdonnell@trinitymirror.com SIR ALEX FERGUSON believes Manchester United's cavalier style and goal-crazy season has seen their popularity soar around the world. United's 28 games in all competitions this term have yielded...
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